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2025 NFL Draft Thread

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by Rockets34Legend, Apr 29, 2024.

  1. Rockets34Legend

    Rockets34Legend Contributing Member

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    The paint isn't even dry yet on the 2024 NFL Draft and we're talking about 2025 now.





     
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    Guess I'm one of the few that loves them. This is what gives me a head start on who to watch in college football. Since it's tough to keep up with recruiting and the transfer portal, I rely on these. There's always players the pop up out of no where and of course there's huge misses ala Spencer Rattler.
     
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    Deon’s kid ain’t going #1. lol. Quinn Ewers is a better QB when healthy.
     
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    https://theathletic.com/5458526/202...2025-prediction-shedeur-sanders-will-johnson/

    1. Carolina Panthers: Mykel Williams, DL, Georgia
    2. Tennessee Titans: Carson Beck, QB, Georgia
    3. New England Patriots: Mason Graham, DT, Michigan
    4. Denver Broncos: Will Campbell, OT, LSU
    5. Las Vegas Raiders: Will Johnson, CB, Michigan
    6. New York Giants: Kelvin Banks Jr., OT, Texas
    7. Arizona Cardinals: Abdul Carter, Edge/LB, Penn State
    8. Minnesota Vikings: Benjamin Morrison, CB, Notre Dame
    9. New Orleans Saints: Travis Hunter, WR/CB, Colorado
    10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: James Pearce Jr., Edge, Tennessee
    11. Washington Commanders: Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona
    12. Indianapolis Colts: Malaki Starks, S, Georgia
    13. Seattle Seahawks: Harold Perkins Jr., LB, LSU
    14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas
    15. Jacksonville Jaguars: Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State
    16. Cleveland Browns: Earnest Greene III, OT, Georgia
    17. Los Angeles Rams: Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri
    18. Chicago Bears: Deone Walker, DT, Kentucky
    19. Los Angeles Chargers: Colston Loveland, TE, Michigan
    20. Atlanta Falcons: Nic Scourton, Edge, Texas A&M
    21. Miami Dolphins: Shemar Turner, DT, Texas A&M
    22. New York Jets: Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado

    Despite all the hype (including being the betting favorite to go No. 1 in 2025), Sanders wouldn’t be a lock first-rounder if the draft were held tomorrow. The talent is clear, but he must show consistency with his decision-making this fall if he is going to be a top-25 pick.

    23. Green Bay Packers: Walter Nolen, DT, Ole Miss
    24. Dallas Cowboys: Isaiah Bond, WR, Texas
    25. Philadelphia Eagles: Emery Jones Jr., OT, LSU
    26. Houston Texans: Dani Dennis-Sutton, Edge, Penn State

    Penn State had a pair of pass rushers (Chop Robinson and Adisa Isaac) selected in 2024, but the cupboard isn’t bare in State College. Listed at 6-5, 270, Dennis-Sutton is a long, active edge rusher who can get himself in the first-round discussion with a strong year.

    27. Cincinnati Bengals: JT Tuimoloau, Edge, Ohio State
    28. Buffalo Bills: Patrick Payton, Edge, Florida State
    29. Detroit Lions: Deion Burks, WR, Oklahoma
    30. Baltimore Ravens: Landon Jackson, Edge, Arkansas
    31. San Francisco 49ers: Josh Conerly Jr., OT, Oregon
    32. Kansas City Chiefs: Tyler Booker, G, Alabama
     
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    Quinn Ewers is getting better but he's overrated to me. I like Carson Beck better than any QB coming out next year, including Sanders. Next year will likely be a defensive draft.
     
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    ugh they got san fran in the SB and kc winning again?
     
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    Also like J. Michael Sturdivant from UCLA as a 3rd or 4th rounder.
     
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    Inconsistent. He can throw 10 straight brilliantly beautiful balls all over the field and then look like an idiot for 4 or 5 in a row.
     
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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2025/...first-round-predictions-quarterbacks-32-picks

    1. New York Giants (via projected trade with CAR): Carson Beck, QB, Georgia
    2. Washington Commanders: Mykel Williams, EDGE, Georgia*
    3. New England Patriots: Will Campbell, OT, LSU*
    4. Carolina Panthers (via projected trade with NYG): James Pearce Jr., EDGE, Tennessee*
    5. Las Vegas Raiders (via projected trade with TEN): Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado
    6. Denver Broncos: Kelvin Banks Jr., OT, Texas*
    7. Arizona Cardinals: Will Johnson, CB, Michigan*
    8. Minnesota Vikings: Mason Graham, DT, Michigan*
    9. New Orleans Saints: Abdul Carter, EDGE, Penn State*
    10. Tennessee Titans (via projected trade with LV): Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri*
    11. Seattle Seahawks: Travis Hunter, CB, Colorado*
    12. Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas*
    13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Benjamin Morrison, CB, Notre Dame*
    14. Indianapolis Colts: Malaki Starks, S, Georgia*
    15. Chicago Bears: Patrick Payton, EDGE, Florida State*
    16. Los Angeles Chargers: Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona*
    17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State
    18. Cleveland Browns: Emery Jones Jr., OT, LSU*
    19. Los Angeles Rams: Deone Walker, DT, Kentucky*
    20. Atlanta Falcons: Nic Scourton, EDGE, Texas A&M*
    21. New York Jets: Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State
    22. Miami Dolphins: Colston Loveland, TE, Michigan*
    23. Green Bay Packers: JT Tuimoloau, EDGE, Ohio State
    24. Houston Texans: Harold Perkins Jr., LB, LSU*

    Perkins is an ideal fit in DeMeco Ryans' scheme. He has spent time at both the first and second levels of the Tigers' defense, but he is expected to be a full-time inside linebacker this season. Perkins is an explosive playmaker, with 13 sacks and 28.5 tackles for loss over the past two seasons, but he has to improve his read-and-react skills.

    25. Philadelphia Eagles: Dani Dennis-Sutton, EDGE, Penn State*
    26. Dallas Cowboys: Evan Stewart, WR, Oregon*
    27. Buffalo Bills: Isaiah Bond, WR, Texas*
    28. Cincinnati Bengals: Tyler Booker, G, Alabama*
    29. Detroit Lions: Ashton Gillotte, EDGE, Louisville
    30. Baltimore Ravens: Landon Jackson, EDGE, Arkansas
    31. Kansas City Chiefs: Kenneth Grant, DT, Michigan*
    32. San Francisco 49ers: Walter Nolen, DT, OIe Miss*
     
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    Man how nice is to see future mocks with the Texans picking at the end of the round ?
     
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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2025/...first-round-predictions-quarterbacks-32-picks

    1. New York Giants (via projected trade with NE): Carson Beck, QB, Georgia*
    2. Las Vegas Raiders (via projected trade with CAR): Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado
    3. Denver Broncos: Will Johnson, CB, Michigan*
    4. Tennessee Titans: James Pearce Jr., Edge, Tennessee*
    5. Washington Commanders: Kelvin Banks Jr., OT, Texas*
    6. New England Patriots (via projected trade with NYG): Will Campbell, OT, LSU*
    7. Minnesota Vikings: Mason Graham, DT, Michigan*
    8. Carolina Panthers (via projected trade with LV): Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri*
    9. Arizona Cardinals: Travis Hunter, WR/CB, Colorado*
    10. New Orleans Saints: Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas*
    11. Seattle Seahawks: Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona*
    12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Harold Perkins Jr., Edge, LSU*
    13. Pittsburgh Steelers: Benjamin Morrison, CB, Notre Dame*
    14. Indianapolis Colts: Colston Loveland, TE, Michigan*
    15. Jacksonville Jaguars: Emery Jones Jr., OT, LSU*
    16. Cleveland Browns: Abdul Carter, Edge, Penn State
    17. Chicago Bears: Mykel Williams, Edge, Georgia*
    18. Los Angeles Chargers: Evan Stewart, WR, Oregon*
    19. Los Angeles Rams: Conner Weigman, QB, Texas A&M*
    20. New York Jets: Riley Leonard, QB, Notre Dame
    21. Miami Dolphins: Deone Walker, DT, Kentucky*
    22. Atlanta Falcons: JT Tuimoloau, Edge, Ohio State
    23. Houston Texans: Jonah Savaiinaea, G, Arizona

    The Texans' roster is very good, but the interior of both lines could still use work. Why not bring in one of the best right tackles in college football and kick him inside -- a move scouts believe will push Savaiinaea into the first-round conversation -- to help protect C.J. Stroud? The 6-foot-5 330-pounder locked down the right side for Arizona last season opposite first-rounder Jordan Morgan and stood out with his power in the run game. He would improve a Houston offensive line that finished 25th in the league in run block win rate (69.5%) last season.

    24. Green Bay Packers: Tyleik Williams, DT, Ohio State
    25. Cincinnati Bengals: Isaiah Bond, WR, Texas*
    26. Buffalo Bills: Nic Scourton, Edge, Texas A&M*
    27. Dallas Cowboys: Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ohio State*
    28. Philadelphia Eagles: Malaki Starks, S, Georgia
    29. Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Booker, G, Alabama*
    30. Detroit Lions: Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State
    31. Kansas City Chiefs: Anthony Belton, OT, NC State
    32. San Francisco 49ers: Ajani Cornelius, OT, Oregon*
     
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    Malarky! We're trading up for Travis Hunter
     

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