2014 Houston Texans Draft Prospects: Poinsettia Bowl

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Nov 30, 2013; Logan, UT, USA; Wyoming Cowboys quarterback Brett Smith (16) tries to get past Utah State Aggies center Tyler Larsen (58) during the first quarter at Romney Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports

For Utah State, Tyler Larsen (C) and Nevin Lawson (CB) are the two players projected to be drafted, but let’s take a closer look at Lawson.

The Texans current starting center Chris Myers is in his ninth season and has started over 100 consecutive games, so who knows how much longer he has left in his career with all the wear and tear. He could be worth taking a look at.

Larsen, is the fourth ranked center in the draft with the 6-4, 312 pound senior being ranked as the 126th player overall.

In his Utah State bio it says:

“Is the leader of an offensive line that has combined for 110 career starts to rank as the fourth-most experienced offensive line in the nation … Has a great grasp of the offensive and is very knowledgeable about football.”

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