Houston Texans 7-Round Mock Draft: Is Bridgewater No. 1?
Nov 30, 2013; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers running back Charles Sims (3) runs with the ball for a touchdown during the third quarter of the game against Iowa State Cyclones at Milan Puskar Stadium. The Iowa State Cyclones defeated West Virginia Mountaineers 52-44 in the third overtime. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
97. Houston Texans
Running Back, West Virginia
With Ben Tate gone and Arian Foster recovering from numerous injuries this offseason, including back surgery, the Texans really need to think about a “Plan B” at running back. Sims in the fourth round could be a good value.
Sims has nice size at 6-0, 214, plus he’s been timed with a 4.54 40-yard dash. He’s also played college football at Houston before transferring to WVU his final season.
His CBS Draft bio says:
"“His size belies impressive quickness and acceleration, making him a tough target for would-be tacklers. Presses the hole before making decisive cuts with a strong plant foot to burst through the crease.”"