2014 Post Draft Depth Chart

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  1. Marshall

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    I just thought it was time to see what the roster might look like with draftees and UFAs before attrition and injuries set in. I'm going for a 54 man roster taking one position at a time per post. But it might be better to list all signees initially as we pare down the roster.
     
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  2. Marshall

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    Center

    1. Chris Meyer
    2. Ben Jones
    3. Kjleby Oiland
     
  3. Marshall

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    Left Guard

    1. Xavier Su'a-Filo
    2. Alex Kupper
     
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    Right Guard

    1. Brandon Brooks
    2. Cody White
     
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    Left Tackle

    1. Duane Brown
    2. David Quessenberry
     
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    Right Tackle

    1. Derrek Newton
    2. Brennan Williams
     
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    Tight End

    1. C. J. Fiedorowicz
    2. Garrett Graham
    3. Ryan Griffin
    4. Phillip Supernaw
    5. Zack Potter
     
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    If Williams can come back healthy I think him and Ques will likely get a shot at battling it out for RT.
     


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    Wide Receiver 1

    1. Andre Johnson
    2. Keyshawn Martin
     
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    Wide Receiver 2

    1. DeAndre Hopkins
    2. Devier Posey
     
  11. Marshall

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    Quarterback

    1. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    2. Case Keenum
    3. T. J. Yates
    4. Tom Savage
     
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    Fullback

    1. Jay Prosch
    2. Brad Smelley
     
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    Running Back

    1. Arian Foster
    2. Dennis Johnson
    3. Jonathan Grimes
     
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    No Blue?
     
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    Andre Brown, too.
     
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    I think RT will be a battle between Quess, Williams and Newton and I expect Quess to win that battle.

    I expect Savage to beat out at least 1 other QB and I think there is a very good chance he beats out two. Fitz will probably start the season, if Savage is, what OB expects him to be, he will be starting by the end of the year.

    I expect Graham to be our first TE at the start of the season.

    Andre Brown should be our #2 back, Blue our #3. The other two have a shot, but I think Brown and Blue have a leg up right now.
     
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    This thread has potential, but can we get the proposed depth chart all in one post? This is disjointed.
     
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    Undisjointed it.
     
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    From what I have cobbled together we have 105 guys coming to Houston to at least try out.

    Quarterback
    14 Fitzpatrick, Ryan QB 6-Feb 223 31 10 Harvard
    Savage, Tom QB 6-Apr 230 R Pittsburgh
    7 Keenum, Case QB 6-Jan 205 26 3 Houston
    13 Yates, T.J. QB 6-Apr 217 26 4 North Carolina

    Running Back
    23 Foster, Arian RB 6-Jan 227 27 5 Tennessee
    33 Brown, Andre RB 6-0 227 27 6 North Carolina State
    41 Grimes, Jonathan RB 5-Oct 209 24 3 William & Mary
    Blue, Alfred RB 6-Mar 222 23 R LSU
    28 Johnson, Dennis RB 5-Jul 196 2 Arkansas
    37 Graham, Ray RB 5-Sep 193 23 2 Pittsburgh
    42 Opurum, Toben RB 6-Jan 250 23 2 Kansas
    32 Spann, Chad RB 5-Sep 198 25 2 Northern Illinois

    Fullback
    Prosch, Jay FB 6-Jan 256 FB Auburn
    47 Smelley, Brad FB 6-Feb 235 25 2 Alabama

    Tight End
    Fiedorowicz, C.J. TE 6-May 265 R Iowa
    88 Graham, Garrett TE 6-Mar 243 27 4 Wisconsin
    84 Griffin, Ryan TE 6-Jun 254 24 2 Connecticut
    86 Potter, Zach TE 6-Jul 269 28 4 Nebraska
    48 Supernaw, Phillip TE 6-May 248 24 2 Ouachita Baptist
    Coyle Chris TE Arizona State
    Denham Anthony TE Utah State
    Thompson, Ian TE, Lousiana-Lafayette TRYOUT)

    Wide Receiver
    80 Johnson, Andre WR 6-Mar 230 32 12 Miami (Fla.)
    10 Hopkins, DeAndre WR 6-Jan 207 21 2 Clemson
    11 Posey, DeVier WR 6-Jan 210 24 3 Ohio State
    82 Martin, Keshawn WR 5-Nov 194 24 3 Michigan State
    Labhart Travis WR Texas A&M
    17 Lemon, Alec WR 6-Feb 207 2 Syracuse
    12 Cruse, Andy WR 6-Mar 216 24 2 Miami (Ohio)
    89 Thomas, Mike WR 5-Aug 198 26 6 Arizona
    Slaughter, Nathan WR, West Texas A&M
    87 Nwachukwu, Uzoma WR 5-Nov 198 23 2 Texas A&M
    83 Richardson, Rico WR 6-Jan 188 22 2 Jackson State
    McClung Anthony WR Cincinatti
    Bester, Lacoltan WR, Oklahoma
    Stewart, Josh WR, Oklahoma

    Offensive Tackle
    76 Brown, Duane T 6-Apr 303 28 7 Virginia Tech
    75 Newton, Derek T 6-Jun 313 26 4 Arkansas State
    77 Quessenberry, David OT 6-May 307 23 2 San Jose State
    73 Williams, Brennan OT 6-Jun 314 23 2 North Carolina
    Feiler Matt OT Bloomsburg
    Martin Chris OT Central Florida
    Witzmann Bryan OT South Dakota State

    Offensive Guard
    Su'a-Filo, Xavier G 0 R UCLA
    79 Brooks, Brandon G 6-May 335 24 3 Miami (Ohio)
    67 White, Cody G 6-Mar 303 25 3 Illinois State
    62 Kupper, Alex G 6-Mar 299 24 2 Louisville
    Forsch Kevin OG Houston

    Centre
    60 Jones, Ben C 6-Mar 308 24 3 Georgia
    55 Myers, Chris C 6-Apr 286 32 10 Miami (Fla.)
    Oiland, Kjleby C, Montana

    Defensive End
    99 Watt, J.J. DE 6-May 289 25 4 Wisconsin
    93 Crick, Jared DE 6-Apr 285 24 3 Nebraska
    Pagan, Jeoffrey DE 6-Mar 310 20 R Alabama
    96 Jamison, Tim DE 6-Mar 287 28 6 Michigan
    98 Browner, Keith DE 6-Apr 288 26 2 California
    Henry, Cory DE, FAU

    Defensive Tackle
    Nix III, Louis NT 6-Feb 333 R Notre Dame
    95 Powe, Jerrell NT 6-Feb 331 27 3 Mississippi
    94 Mathews, Ricardo DT 6-Mar 300 26 5 Cincinnati
    Brown Austin DT Miami (OH)
    Ezell Tyrone DT Pittsburgh
    Minto Leon DT Johnson C Smith
    Grosz, Stan DT, Cal Poly
    Warmsley, Julius DT, Tulane
    Keliikipi, Wade DT, Oregon TRYOUT)

    Outisde Linebacker
    90 Clowney, Jadeveon LB 6-May 266 R South Carolina
    59 Mercilus, Whitney LB 6-Apr 258 23 3 Illinois
    91 Sapp, Ricky LB 6-Apr 252 27 4 Clemson
    52 Tarpinian, Jeff LB 6-Mar 240 26 4 Iowa
    50 Williams, Trevardo OLB 6-Jan 237 23 2 Connecticut
    92 Hazel, Paul LB 6-May 227 24 2 Western Michigan
    Ankrah Jason LB Nebraska
    McAlister Chris LB Baylor
    Young Chris LB Arizona State
    Lloyd, Terrance OLB, Baylor
    Daly, Brendan LB, Hawaii, TRYOUT)

    Inside Linebacker
    56 Cushing, Brian ILB 6-Mar 249 27 6 Southern California
    58 Reed, Brooks LB 6-Mar 254 27 4 Arizona
    Bullough Max LB Michigan State
    54 Mohamed, Mike LB 6-Mar 238 26 3 California
    57 Tuggle, Justin LB 6-0 247 24 2 Kansas State

    Cornerback
    24 Joseph, Johnathan CB 5-Nov 188 30 9 South Carolina
    25 Jackson, Kareem DB 5-Oct 188 26 5 Alabama
    26 Harris, Brandon CB 5-Oct 189 24 4 Miami (Fla.)
    34 Bouye, A.J. CB 6-0 191 22 2 Central Florida
    43 Mack, Elbert CB 5-Oct 175 27 6 Troy
    Hal, Andre CB 5-Oct 188 R Vanderbilt
    Williams Marcus CB North Dakota State
    22 Means, Loyce CB 5-Oct 188 25 2 Houston
    27 Victorian, Josh CB 5-Oct 190 25 2 Louisiana Tech
    30 Terrell, Steven DB 5-Oct 197 23 2 Texas A&M

    Safety
    36 Swearinger, D.J. SS 5-Oct 208 22 2 South Carolina
    20 Clemons, Chris SS 6-Jan 214 28 6 Clemson
    21 Lewis, Kendrick FS 6-0 198 25 5 Mississippi
    31 Keo, Shiloh S 5-Nov 208 26 4 Idaho
    35 Pleasant, Eddie SAF 5-Oct 210 25 2 Oregon
    29 Starling, Jawanza SAF 6-Jan 206 22 2 USC
    Alexander, Theo FS, Southeastern Louisianna
    Ballentine Lonnie S 6-Mar 219 R Memphis
    Addison, Nick S, Bethune-Cookman TRYOUT)

    Kicker
    4 Bullock, Randy K 5-Sep 206 24 3 Texas A&M
    Boswell Chris K Rice

    Punter
    9 Lechler, Shane P 6-Feb 237 37 15 Texas A&M

    Long Snapper
    46 Weeks, Jon LS 5-Oct 246 28 5 Baylor
     
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  20. Lambert

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    Brooks Reed coming to Texans to try out as ILB? Give me a break.

    The real question is where will Clowney fit in. Can he handle setting the edge and dropping in coverage as is required of a SAM LB, or will he be used as the principal rushing LB'er on the left side? If he goes to the left side, where will Mercilus go, to the right side? Can Mercilus handle setting the edge, good against the run?

    Will Clowney be only a 3rd down guy with his hand on the ground?
     

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