This is from Pro Football Weekly from a couple of weeks ago....I bolded the part that mentions the Texans...scroll down. Senior Bowl Q&A Five minutes with ... Auburn RB Cadillac Williams By Trent Modglin (firstname.lastname@example.org) Jan. 29, 2005 Carnell Cadillac Williams, one of the most exciting players in college football, was an All-SEC performer as a running back and return man in leading Auburn to a 13-0 season and No. 2 ranking in 2004. He has been one of the most popular players this week at the Senior Bowl, held in his home state of Alabama, and is a virtual lock as an early first-round pick. Q: What have the tests been like with the NFL personnel? A: Those are fun, meeting with the GMs and different coaches Ive seen on TV and grew up watching. Those went real well. They basically just ask you about different kinds of things in your life. Q: I heard you got the nickname Cadillac in high school? A: Yeah, it started in high school, my junior year. A guy was writing about a football showdown up my way, and he just said I ran smooth, like a Cadillac, and it just carried over. Q: What has been the most challenging thing for you this week? A: I think just coming out and getting over that nervous point, trying to impress all the different coaches and scouts that were out here. I know every minute Im being watched, so just trying not to mess up or get all that nervous. Q: Has it been a little overwhelming working with Coach Gruden and the pro coaching staff? A: No doubt, man. Coach Gruden and his staff, its a nice staff. I can see how they won the Super Bowl. Its a great organization, and I can see how they win ballgames. They have a good staff, and it really has been overwhelming being able to work with them. Q: What do you have going on between now and the draft? A: Im out in Arizona, working out, just preparing for the Combine. Run fast, lift, do all the things they require of me. Just try to wait this thing out and see what happens. Q: Whats the longest test youve taken this week? A: Actually, my longest one was two-and-a-half hours with the Houston Texans. It was actually a little fun, though. They did different things where theyve got you throwing bean bags and doing all these kinds of psychological things that they come at you with, so it was kind of exciting. That was one of the best tests I had. Q: What was the throwing bean bags about? A: It was about reaction. Then they put some goggles across your eyes and tried to make you throw them in the trash. The goggles were kind of like a magnifying glass. I was way off. And when I say way off, I mean way off. Q: Did it feel like you were partying on Bourbon Street with those on or what? A: (Laughs) Man, I dont know. It was definitely something Ive never experienced. Q: Some (potential top picks) decide to sit out a game like this and not risk an injury. What was your thinking when you decided to come here this week? A: My thing was to just come out here and do the best I could do and showcase my skills and show every team in the NFL what Ive got to offer and why they should draft me. I saw it as upside because I have full confidence in my ability. I know I can play this game of football, so I felt like if I came down here healthy, I was going to improve (my standing). Q: There are a lot of Auburn jerseys around town this week, arent there? A: Oh yeah. No doubt. There are a ton. You can tell we went 13-0.