Hey everybody. New to this site. I've been a HUGE Texans fan since inception and I used to read a different site until I started looking at this one and saw how bogus the other site is. Anyway, I've been doing mocks for a few years and I decided to share my VERY early mock with you guys. Let me know what you think. ROUND 1.1. TEDDY BRIDGEWATER-QB-LOUISVILLE-6'3"-218 I think this guy has a strong chance to be phenomenal. Aaron Rodgers type ceiling. Pass first QB who can pull the ball down and run if necessary. Has quick feet and deceptive speed. He's accurate rolling out both ways, squares his shoulders before making the throw. Gym rat. Adept at reading defenses. Ran a pro-style offense at Louisville. Improved every year. Doesn't have a cannon but he has enough of an arm to make all the throws and is very accurate. Rarely makes a mistake with the ball. He's gutsy. Played thru a few injuries without hurting his team. Leader. Team first guy. Decent size but honestly could stand to put on another 15-20 pounds. Didn't face great competition at Louisville but stepped up when he did. ROUND 2.1. KYLE VAN NOY-OLB-BYU-6'3"-245 I originally wanted to mock Austin Seferian-Jenkins here but I think OLB is a more pressing need. A do-it-all LB. Extremely versatile. Ballhawk. Very good at locating the ballcarrier in traffic. Once he locates the ball he has a quick first step to get to it. Good in zone coverage, average in man. Moves his feet well, has good balance and change of direction. Squares up on ballcarriers. Sure tackler. Could stand to spend some time in the weight room. Needs to improve technique on pass rush situations. Doesn't always wrap up. ROUND 3.1 DEANTHONY THOMAS-RB-OREGON-5'9"-176 EXPLOSIVE. Versatile. Great receiving skills out of the backfield. Can occasionally line up in the slot against smaller nickelbacks. Difference maker in the return game. The epitome of a threat. Dangerous in the open field using very good cutback ability to make defenders look foolish. Combines great speed and acceleration with excellent body control and balance. Really undersized. Could probably add another 10 pounds without hurting speed. Sometimes relies to much on his speed, doesn't always wait for the play to develop or the hole to open. Had some injuries at Oregon. Strange in the fact that considering his size he runs upright a lot of the times opening himself up to bigger hits. ROUND 4.1. DANIEL MCCULLERS-NT-TENNESSEE- 6'6"-377 Massive. Actually carries his weight very well. Knows how to use his enormous size. Incredibly strong, has the ability to drive OL into the backfield and collapse the pocket. Quicker than you would think but slower off the ball than you would like. Will tie up multiple blockers. Doesn't posess any pass rush moves outside of a bullrush. Doesn't use his hands very well and his size occasionally allows OL to get under his pads. ROUND 5.1. JAYLEN WATKINS-CB-FLORIDA-6'0"-187 Good not great size/speed combination. Good hands. Progressed every year in the SEC. Decent fluidity in hips, can turn and run with receivers. Good initial burst on the ball. Average play recognition. Played some safety. Needs to become a better tackler. Has a hard time wrapping up and seems unwilling at times on some of the film/games I watched. Not particularly strong. Better in man coverage than zone. Doesn't always keep his responsibilities in zone so he can occasionally be caught out of position. Misses jams at the line but I think he can be coached up. ROUND 6.1. ISAIAH CROWELL-RB-ALABAMA ST.-5'11"-215 This is more of a wishful thought than anything as I don't think the Texans would touch him with a 20 foot pole. Great athlete. Explosive and shifty, good change of direction. Lowers his pads when taking on tacklers allowing him to break tackles. Didn't do a lot of receiving in college but he has the ability. Good in protection. WILL be a syarter in the NFL if given the chance. He's a little lean but really the only knock on him is major character concerns. Was dismissed from Georgia after his freshman year after being charged with 2 felony gun charges. Charges were eventually dropped. I think the reward is well worth the 6th round risk. I rarely do a 6th or 7th round pick but I wanted to get Crowell's name out there. After that pick though if I had to have a 7th pick, I would actually try and trade up to the top of the 6th and pick up James Morris. Linebacker from Iowa. I know some will disagree with this but I did watch a lot of games and film of these guys except Crowell ( I wrote what I saw about him based on what I saw from his freshman year at Georgia). I know Bridgewater won't be a popular pick around here with Clowney and Manziel as options. Let me have some feedback guys.