Who was the last Heisman winner Casserly drafted?

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  1. Hookem Horns

    Hookem Horns The Texans Brigade Staff Member

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    I seem to remember Casserly drafting another Heisman winner when he was in Washington, however I can't remember who that was.
     
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    Yes Heisman, was thinking QB.
     
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    Desmond Howard. He was a kick/punt returner and wr in college. He had like 23 or 24 total tds combined and was the Hesiman winner. Cass drafted him 4th overall. He had a pretty decent career. he helped GB win a superbowl. I also believe he had a 12 yr career. Not a bad career, with a superbowl and 2000 probowl appearence(as a returner) but some might say they expect more of a number 4 overall.
     
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    Hookem Horns The Texans Brigade Staff Member

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    Oh that's right, I guess if he would have lived up to the hype that Casserly bought into I would have remembered him.
     
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    He was a bust, period. He had 1597 total receiving yards for his entire career.
     
  8. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel BUENO!

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    No that had nothing to do with it. He just didn't play for UT so to you he was invisible. Common problem on the board these days, don't worry it will go away shortly after the Texans select Reggie Bush.
     
  9. Wordem

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    Casserly still stands behind the drafting of Heath Shuler.

    Take that for what it's worth.
     

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