2010 NFL Mock Draft: Houston Texans Perfect Draft, Rounds 1-3

April 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After watching an ungodly amount of college tape, as well as watching all 2009 Texans games multiple times in recent weeks, I have worked out what I believe to be the best outcome of the first three rounds of the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
Round 1
With the loss of Dunta Robinson, the Texans have a huge hole to fill at corner. They need a starter. Someone who can match up against the other team's best receiver every game.
As good as Reeves, Quin, and Bennett have played in the past, none of them is that player.
Kyle Wilson is that player.
The Boise State product is the best, pure man-coverage corner in this draft, and in my eyes, it's not even close. Every time I watch him on tape or at the Senior Bowl, he is going toe-to-toe with the other team's best receiver, and more often than not, he is winning.
A constant playmaker is what this defense needs, and I believe he has the potential to be a Pro Bowl defensive back, something Dunta Robinson neve...

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