from chron.com: March 4, 2006, 11:41PM Texans eye Schobel The Texans are one of the teams interested in Cincinnati tight end Matt Schobel, the Columbus native who played at TCU. An unrestricted free agent who should be one of the hottest prospects at his position, Schobel is expcted to meet with the Texans on Monday. Buffalo and Minnesota also are interested in him. his bio/scouting report off espn.com: Comment: Displays very good initial quickness off the snap. Does a nice job of avoiding the jam and getting into his routes. He is a quick TE that can get in and out of his routes with little wasted motion. He shows very good play speed - he is a threat to stretch the middle of the field. He has solid hands - good flexibility to adjust and catch outside his frame. He can make difficult catches down field and in a crowd. While he is their best catching threat, he does not start because he is a liability as a blocker. While he will give effort, he lacks strength in both his upper and lower body. He plays too high in the run game and consistently gets out-leveraged. He consistently gets knocked back by bigger DE's. Kubes and Calhoun seem to have nothing but Bengals scouting reports at Reliant Park. What do you guys think? Does he fit? Does the hometown (kind of) factor help? It would be nice to fill this position of need before the draft. I do see he is somewhat weak at blocking, but maybe that is something that can worked out with the coaching staff.