Offensive Linemen

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Afrokid, Jan 14, 2006.

  1. Afrokid

    Afrokid Rookie

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    Most people seem to be forgetting the glaring holes in the Texans OL. So lets refresh some peoples memory with the great OL Prospects of this draft, and discuss possible draft picks spent on improving our OL.
     
  2. Grid

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    Daryn Colledge and Davin Joseph. Both available in the second.. one possibly sliding to the third.

    Jonathen Scott, Marcus McNeil, Winston Justice.. all possible to slide to the second.

    Max Jean-Gilles.. available in the second

    Greg Eslinger...2nd

    Nick Mangold..3rd

    Mark Setterstrom... 4th-5th
     
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    Don't forget L. Pope. I know he's a TE but he's a huge son af a gun that'll be an upgrade
     
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    I think Colledge in the 2nd would be a great pick. So would Justice.

    And a guard like Spencer in the 3rd. Then go defense with the rest of the draft.

    Then next year get another o-line prospect in rd one, and then go hard Defense again.
     
  5. beerlover

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    you wish :rolleyes: no way in beer heaven does Jonathan Scott & Winston Justice slide to the second, Gilles maybe. Joseph would be the most logical choice if he is available but I think they want more of a Tackle, Guards being more interchangeable, so the big kid from LSU (Andrew Whitworth) might be a good selection he would make an excellent RT :)
     
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    hehe.... well a few weeks ago those three were talked about sliding... now they are considered sure first round picks.. who knows where they will end up come March :P..probably #1, #2, and #3 overall :P.

    I dont really care though cause I think Daryn Colledge is the best choice for us.. and he will most likely be there at #33. From what ive read.. he is more technically sound than alot of the other prospects..and the only reason he will be available at #33 is because of his size. Perfect fit for us with Kubiak.
     

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