2014 Houston Texans Draft Prospects: Military Bowl

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Nov 24, 2012; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels wide receiver Quinshad Davis (14) scores a touchdown as Maryland Terrapins defensive back Dexter McDougle (25) defends in the first quarter at Kenan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Maryland has two players who could draw interest from the Texans in cornerback Dexter McDougle and outside linebacker Marcus Whitfield.

McDougle is projected to be selected in the seventh round, as he’s the 30th ranked cornerback in the draft. He stands at 5-10, 195 pounds, but is currently injured and won’t play in the bowl game as he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury Sept. 14 vs. UConn.

From what I’ve read about McDougle he was described as the “ultimate team player,” which is now actually an award named in his honor from his team.

In Terrapins Insider it says:

“He spent the final season of his college football career traveling to every away game, attending every practice and sitting through every meeting, but unable to join his teammates on the field on Saturdays.”

It seems like if the Texans want to take a chance with a late-round pick on a high-character player than McDougle might be that player.

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Topics: Dexter McDougle, Marcus Whitfield, Military Bowl, Texans

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