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Old 01-30-2016, 07:58 PM
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1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
3 OLB Shaq Lawson Clemson 6'3" 270
4 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
5 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
6 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 315
7 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
8 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
9 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
10 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'6" 318
11 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
12 CB Eli Apple Ohio St 6'1" 200
13 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6'6" 305
14 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6'4" 297
15 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
16 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
17 CB Kendall Fuller Va Tech 6'0" 197
18 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5'10" 215
19 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6'4" 302
20 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
21 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
22 OLB Jordan Jenkins Georgia 6'2" 253
23 OG Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
24 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
25 OLB Shilique Calhoun Mighigan St 6'5" 252
26 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
27 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'11" 218
28 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
29 OLB Carl Nassib Penn St 6'6" 270
30 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
31 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6'0" 210
32 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
33 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
34 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
35 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
36 DE Shawn Oakman Baylor 6'8" 276
37 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
38 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6'5" 317
39 OG Christian Westerman Az St 6'3" 302
40 OC Jack Allen Michigan St 6'2" 298
41 OT John Theus Georgia 6'6" 305
42 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
43 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
44 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
45 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
46 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
47 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
48 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6'5" 305
49 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
50 OLB Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
51 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
52 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6'1" 220
53 OLB James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
54 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
55 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
56 RB Josh Ferguson Illinois 5'9" 195
57 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
58 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
59 ILB Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
60 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
61 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
62 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
63 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
64 OLB Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
65 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
66 QB Nate Sudfeld Indiana 6'6" 235
67 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
68 S Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
69 S Clayton Fejedelem Illinois 6'1" 195
70 QB Blake Frohnapfel Umass 6'6" 230
71 S Jamal Golden Ga Tech 5'11" 193
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Old 01-31-2016, 02:04 PM
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So neither Cook or Lynch are your guys? Please explain.
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Old 01-31-2016, 02:30 PM
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I'll trade up and take Lynch at pick #72 and then trade up again and take Cory Coleman at pick #73.
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Old 01-31-2016, 03:05 PM
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So neither Cook or Lynch are your guys? Please explain.
I think Lynch is a project...we have a project in Savage that is already on the roster. I don't think Cook could lead a buzzard to roadkill.

The only thing worse than not having a Franchise QB is investing in a a guy like he is when he's not.
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Old 01-31-2016, 05:01 PM
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I think Lynch is a project...we have a project in Savage that is already on the roster. I don't think Cook could lead a buzzard to roadkill.

The only thing worse than not having a Franchise QB is investing in a a guy like he is when he's not.
I would say this is mostly true. Not attempting to get a franchise QB year after year is worse than both.
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Old 01-31-2016, 05:02 PM
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And I totally agree on Lynch, and it appears it is true about Cook. Any multi year starter at QB that does not get voted team QB his senior year probably has issues.
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Old 01-31-2016, 05:09 PM
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If it were possible to trade down and gain an extra pick and be able to select TE Hunter Henry, QB Dak Prescott, and RB Kenneth Dixon in this draft, I would buy season tickets.
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Old 01-31-2016, 06:27 PM
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If it were possible to trade down and gain an extra pick and be able to select TE Hunter Henry, QB Dak Prescott, and RB Kenneth Dixon in this draft, I would buy season tickets.
Ooh, that would be nice... Prescott has Russell Wilson-type upside, IMO and of course I like Henry (Arkansas). Really like the heads-up he showed vs. Ole Miss with the lateral.... they called it the "backwards Hail Mary"....

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Old 01-31-2016, 09:02 PM
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Wilson was in a very pro style offense at Wisconsin. Prescott may have Wilson potential long term, but he has way more to learn about playing NFL QB than Wilson did as a rookie.
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Old 01-31-2016, 10:03 PM
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Getting hunter Henry at TE would be a good get for sure.
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Old 02-02-2016, 11:01 PM
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Depending upon the Combine, I might need to move Jayron Kearse and Miles Killebrew up my draft board. A couple of badass players on the backend. Also reviewing more tape on Jacoby Brisset. He's got some talent and size.
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Old 02-06-2016, 02:45 PM
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1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
3 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
4 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
5 OLB Shaq Lawson Clemson 6'3" 270
6 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 315
7 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
8 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
9 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'6" 318
10 CB Eli Apple Ohio St 6'1" 200
11 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
12 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6'4" 297
13 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6'6" 305
14 CB Kendall Fuller Va Tech 6'0" 197
15 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
16 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
17 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
18 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
19 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
20 OLB Carl Nassib Penn St 6'6" 270
21 OLB Shilique Calhoun Mighigan St 6'5" 252
22 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6'4" 302
23 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
24 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
25 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
26 OG Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
27 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5'10" 215
28 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'11" 218
29 ILB Kentrell Brothers Missouri 6'1" 249
30 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
31 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
32 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6'5" 317
33 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
34 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6'0" 210
35 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
36 OLB Jordan Jenkins Georgia 6'2" 253
37 OT John Theus Georgia 6'6" 305
38 OC Jack Allen Michigan St 6'2" 298
39 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
40 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
41 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
42 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202
43 DE Shawn Oakman Baylor 6'8" 276
44 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
45 OG Christian Westerman Az St 6'3" 302
46 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
47 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
48 OLB Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
49 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
50 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
51 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6'1" 220
52 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
53 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
54 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5'10" 196
55 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
56 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
57 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
58 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182
59 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
60 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6'5" 305
61 OLB James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
62 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
63 OLB Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
64 ILB Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
65 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
66 SS Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216
67 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201
68 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
69 RB Josh Ferguson Illinois 5'9" 195
70 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6'3" 217
71 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
72 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
73 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
74 S Clayton Fejedelem Illinois 6'1" 195
75 QB Nate Sudfeld Indiana 6'6" 235
76 SS Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
77 QB Blake Frohnapfel Umass 6'6" 230
78 S Jamal Golden Ga Tech 5'11" 193
79 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214
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Old 02-06-2016, 04:11 PM
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Looking at my board and current mock drafts I would like to see the Texans be able to select the following players:
TE Hunter Henry
RB Kenneth Dixon
QB Dak Prescott
RB Aaron Green
DE Matt Ioannidis
ILB Blake Martinez
NT D.J. Reader
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Old 02-06-2016, 05:31 PM
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Dak drops from #9 to #35. What happened?
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Old 02-06-2016, 06:28 PM
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Dak drops from #9 to #35. What happened?
I realized that I love Dak's game more than Draft Scouts. So, if I can wait until the 3rd round to get the guy I want, then I can save my 2nd round pick for a player who will not last to the third. There's a certain amount of gamesmanship when making a draft board. I have guys that I really like and I have to maximize the opportunity to select as many as possible. Perhaps CBS Sportsline has players like Prescott, Kenyan Drake, Aaron Green, Matt Ioannidis, Blake Martinez, D.J. Reader, Miles Killebrew, Jacoby Brissett, Kevin Hogan, and Jayron Kearse too low or I am rating them too high. We shall know more after the Combine.
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Old 02-07-2016, 02:43 PM
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So what is Captain America doing now?
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Old 02-07-2016, 02:49 PM
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So what is Captain America doing now?
Medical salesman and color commentator for Illinois State University football team. He was placed on IR with the Texans and given an injury settlement. He was great as a Special Teams player with KC before being converted into a Fullback.
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Old 02-13-2016, 12:51 AM
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Rank Pos Name School Height Weight
1 QB Jared Goff California 6'4" 210
2 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6'2" 210
3 DE DeForest Buckner Oregon 6'7" 290
4 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6'5" 233
5 OLB Shaq Lawson Clemson 6'3" 270
6 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6'3" 313
7 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6'5" 253
8 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6'3" 210
9 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6'6" 318
10 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6'7" 315
11 OT Shon Coleman Auburn 6'6" 313
12 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6'4" 297
13 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6'6" 305
14 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 195
15 FS Darian Thompson Boise St 6'2" 215
16 CB Eli Apple Ohio St 6'1" 200
17 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6'4" 325
18 NT Austin Johnson Penn St 6'3" 325
19 OLB Shilique Calhoun Mighigan St 6'5" 252
20 OLB Carl Nassib Penn St 6'6" 270
21 CB Kendall Fuller Va Tech 6'0" 197
22 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6'4" 302
23 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6'3" 248
24 WR Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 6'2" 200
25 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5'10" 215
26 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6'2" 230
27 SS Jeremy Cash Duke 6'1" 208
28 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5'11" 218
29 ILB Kentrell Brothers Missouri 6'1" 249
30 CB Jalen Mills LSU 6'0" 194
31 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5'11" 212
32 OLB Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 244
33 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6'0" 210
34 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6'5" 317
35 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'1" 225
36 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6'1" 215
37 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6'6" 256
38 OLB Jordan Jenkins Georgia 6'2" 253
39 QB Christian Hackenberg Penn St 6'4" 236
40 SS Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6'2" 223
41 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5'10" 193
42 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202
43 OG Cody Whitehair Kansas St 6'4" 309
44 OT John Theus Georgia 6'6" 305
45 OC Jack Allen Michigan St 6'2" 298
46 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302
47 OG Christian Westerman Az St 6'3" 302
48 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223
49 DE Shawn Oakman Baylor 6'8" 276
50 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'1" 208
51 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6'1" 315
52 TE Bryce Williams East Carolina 6'6" 260
53 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5'10" 196
54 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6'4" 303
55 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'11" 205
56 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 191
57 DE Jihad Ward Illinois 6'5" 296
58 SS Jayron Kearse Clemson 6'4" 220
59 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6'1" 220
60 OT Cole Turner Harvard 6'5" 305
61 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6'5" 244
62 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194
63 OLB James Crowser S. Utah 6'3" 258
64 OLB Aziz Shittu Stanford 6'3" 279
65 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182
66 ILB Blake Martinez Stanford 6'2" 245
67 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6'4" 236
68 SS Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216
69 OLB Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6'1" 244
70 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201
71 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248
72 RB Keenan Reynolds USNA 5'11" 195
73 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6'3" 217
74 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6'3" 340
75 RB Josh Ferguson Illinois 5'9" 195
76 QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon 5'11" 205
77 S Clayton Fejedelem Illinois 6'1" 195
78 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6'4" 299
79 QB Nate Sudfeld Indiana 6'6" 235
80 SS Michael Caputo Wisconsin 6'0" 206
81 QB Blake Frohnapfel Umass 6'6" 230
82 S Jamal Golden Ga Tech 5'11" 193
83 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214
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Old 02-13-2016, 11:46 AM
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Nice list and thank you for spending the time to compile the rankings. I like most of rankings, but I know you will be adjusting this as we get closer to the draft.
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Old 02-13-2016, 04:44 PM
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As I am reviewing tape, mocking, comparing Combine measurables the list will get tweaked. I may warm up to the idea of adding players to the list or removing if I don't like the perceived value. Currently I am considering Darron Lee and Jaylon Smith. Yet, not sure I want to draft an ILB to replace Cushing with a 1st round pick. Now, if one of them runs a 4.47 and Benches 30 times, I might change my mind. I am all over the place on Dak Prescott. I wouldn't be opposed to taking him at #22, but if I'm the only one who feels like that and I could get him in the 3rd round after selecting the best TE and RB to go with him, that would be foolish. So, I need to establish his value. I also need to determine if Lynch or Cook would be an upgrade over Savage next season.
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