MOCK YOU II: an interesting Mock that STILL may not happen

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  1. awtysst

    awtysst Draft Guru

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    1. Houston Texans – D’Brickashaw Ferguson LT
    2. Max Jean-Gilles OG or Davin Joseph OG
    3. Elvis Dumervil, DE or Greg Threat, SS

    In mid to late december I will start work on my full 3 rounder.
     
  2. WildBlackBear32

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    I know nothing of Greg Threat, someone please tell me about him.
     
  3. YoungTexanFan

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    Playmaking SS from the U. Still fairly raw, but projects very well to the NFL. He is not as big a hitter as Dwayne Slay though, but will go a few rounds higher.
     
  4. tulexan

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    Greg Threat definitely has a cooler name than Dwayne Slay
     
  5. YoungTexanFan

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    I dont know, watch some footage of slay and then you might think his name is cooler. Watch the Tech vs. Kansas or Kansas State. He prety much murdered the QB and a WR.
     
  6. infantrycak

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    How is Threat cooler than Slay?--threat to do what, slay someone? Seems like that is already covered.
     
  7. TexansCanes

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    you pronounce it thr-EET like the word eat, so my vote for cool name goes to slay. he is the type of player that you can count on to not mess up but not really make the big play. he doesn't start this year but last year lead miami in tackles.
     
  8. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Why is everybody projecting Dumerville in the 3rd round? He's leading the NCAA in sacks. That is a second round pedigree at least.
     


  9. Blake

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    I think the coolest name to date is CB Quintin Jammer. He is a CB, and CB's jam people. I like it.

    Slay is a good one.

    What are some others?

    I like Law, Lynch, Gamble.....
     
  10. edo783

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    I have always been partial to "Chip Glass" he was a WR. Some parents shouldn't be allowed to name their kids.
     
  11. big sarge

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    How about Capers...as in another caper(s)is foiled again, and hopefully that will ring true in Casserly's eyes unless of course like the rest of the Texans fans they are closed because they can't stand to watch.
     
  12. College Texan

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    WIth our two thirds we should take Threat and Slay, that would kave us set in the secondary. It will be Dunta, SLay, C.C. Brown and we'll move coleman back to corner. Threat will be developed to play in C.C.'s spot
     
  13. keyfro

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    i'd personally like to see us draft slay and start him at FS...Slay is a darn good safty and unlike coleman knows how to tackle
     
  14. YoungTexanFan

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    bad idea. colmen has lost a few steps, and has lost his desire to play. he would probally be one of the top 5 worst CB's in the league. He is pretty much done. He showed that last year and is continuing to show it this year.
     

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