2012 NFL Draft: Houston Texans Special

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Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

The 2012 NFL Draft is still three months away but teams are already beginning to compile their “wish lists” of players they would like to add to their depth charts. Some of the picks that I have will come as no surprise while others will leave you thinking, “WHAT?”. These picks are all based on the needs of each team and the best players available – throwing the best player into a slot despite the fact that they are not needed is not prudent.

Take your time, take a look around and leave some feedback. Plus, while you are at it, check out Walterfootball.com, HailRedskins.comDCProSportsReport.com and NFL Mocks.

I have added a little blurb about my pick for the Houston Texans. The Texans will be looking to strengthen the defensive line and wide-receiving corps, however, the need for a solid WR is the most glaring need. See who I picked for the Texans…

1. Indianapolis Colts

 Andrew Luck – QB, Stanford

2. St. Louis Rams

Justin Blackmon – WR, Oklahoma State

 

3. Minnesota Vikings

Matt Kalil – OT, USC


4. Cleveland Browns

Michael Floyd – WR, Notre Dame


5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mark Barron – S, Alabama

 

6. Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III – QB, Baylor

 

7. Jacksonville Jaguars

Alshon Jefferey – WR, South Carolina

 

8. Carolina Panthers

David DeCastro – OG, Stanford

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  • PHABMK6

    @ToroTimes Matt Barkley is staying in school.

  • PHABMK6

    @ToroTimes Matt Barkley is staying in school.

  • ToroTimes

    With Barkley out of the running that would shift players around quite a bit. Sorry I missed that, I did not realize that he had submitted his withdraw.

  • ToroTimes

    With Barkley out of the running that would shift players around quite a bit. Sorry I missed that, I did not realize that he had submitted his withdraw.