Patrick D. Starr

  • joined Jan 13, 2011
  • last login Jul 16, 2014
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Draft Profile: Marvin McNutt


We look at Iowa Hawkeye playmaker Marvin McNutt

Draft Profile: Audie Cole


We look at NC State linbacker Audie Cole. At 6'5" 239 lbs. he is another high motored player, but he could help at either the inside or outside linebacker position.

Texans Draft Map: The Rick Smith Era


We breakdown General Managers Rick Smith plan of action when it comes to the draft and Map it out.

Draft Profile: Michael Brockers


We look at potential top 15 pick Michael Brockers from LSU. We know there in zero chance for him to fall to #26, but we still get a look at him.

Draft Profile: Sean Spence


We look an the undersized play making linebacker from the Miami Hurricanes, Sean Spence. Only at 6'0" 224 lbs. he is a tackling machine, could he use a position change?

Draft Profile: Brian Quick


We look at probably the top small school prospect, Brian Quick. The Appalachian State star measures at 6'3" 222 lbs. and has an 81" wingspan. Very intriguing prospect come NFL combine time.

Draft Profile: Isaiah Pead


We look at Cincinatti Bearcat running back Isaiah Pead. The two time 1,000 yard running back could fit into a zone running sheme with ease.

Draft Profile: Alameda Ta’Amu


We look at nose tackle from the Washigton Huskies, Alameda Ta'Amu. Did we mention he is 345 lbs?

Draft Profile: Chris Givens


We look at wide receiver and Wylie, Texas native Chris Givens from Wake Forest.

Draft Profile: Tommy Streeter


We look at junior Wide Receiver from the Miami Hurricanes, the 6'5" 215 lbs. deep threat Tommy Streeter.

Draft Profile: Fletcher Cox


We look at Mississippi St. Bulldogs Junior Defensive Lineman, Fletcher Cox.

Draft Profile: Mohamed Sanu


We look at junior wide receiver from Rutgers, Mohamed Sanu.

Draft Profile Mitchell Schwartz


We look at California Golden Bears 4 year starting offensive tackle, Mitchell Schwartz. He was spotted with the Texans scouting department at the 2011 Senior Bowl.

Draft Profile: Shea McClellin


We look at the versatile defensive player from Boise State, Shea McClellin

Draft Profile Ryan Broyles


We look at Oklahoma Sooners star wide receiver, Ryan Broyles

Draft Profile: Rueben Randle


In this draft profile we look at junior wide receiver from LSU, Rueben Randle.

Draft Profile Michael Floyd


In this segment we look at Notre Dame's star wide receiver, Michael Floyd.

An Interview with Texans Starting Left Guard, Wade Smith


At 6’4″ and 309 pounds, Houston Texans starting left guard Wade Smith has provided leadership and stability to one of the best offensive lines in the NFL when he signed with the team in 2010. Entering his 10th season in the NFL, Smith has found a home here in Houston and most importantly his home state. A native of Dallas, Smith attended Lake Highlands High School where he played tightend, and continued his football career as a Memphis Tiger. At Memphis he had 29 starts at tackle, but he started his career at Memphis as a tightend. The four year letter winner garnered the team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2001 and second team All-Conference USA honors as a senior in 2002. Smith was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 2003 in the 3rd round (78th overall) and started all 16 games as a rookie. Smith also played for the New York Jets (2006-2007) and the Kansas City Chiefs (2008-2009) before he arrived in Houston. You will find that Smith is a consummate team player and the only thing that matters to him personally on the football field is that the Texans win. It is easy to see why the Texans were successful this season, because it is players like Smith who make the Texans what they are, a winning team.

Texans Linked to Alameda Ta’Amu


The massive Nose Tackle from the University of Washington was interview by the Texans at the Senior Bowl. Did we mention he said that the Texans were the first team to talk to him?

Jeff Fuller Was to Meet with Houston Texans


Jeff Fuller was scheduled to meet with Texans General Manager Rick Smith, find out why the visit was cancelled.

Draft Profile: Alshon Jeffery


Here is a draft profile on South Carolina Wide Recevier, Alshon Jeffery

Draft Profile: Dontari Poe


Here is a draft profile on Memphis Tigers, Nose Tackle Dontari Poe. Did I mention he is 6'5" and 350 lbs?

Draft Profile: Juron Criner


Draft Profile on Arizona Wildcats Wide Receiver, Juron Criner

An Interview With Houston Texans CB/FS Glover Quin


This is an interview with Texans defensive back Glover Quin, catching up with what he's been doing this offseason, as well as a brief look back on last season.


2011 Texans Draft Profile: Chetachi (Cheta) Ozougwu

Taking a look at the Texans' final pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, Cheta Ozougwu, also known as Mr. Irrelevant.


2011 Texans Draft Profile: Derek Newton

Taking a look at the Texans' first selection in the 7th round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Derek Newton.


2011 Texans Draft Profile: Taylor (T.J.) Yates

Taking a look at the Texans' second selection of the 5th round, T.J. Yates


2011 Texans Draft Profile: Shiloh Keo (Pronounced KAY-oh)

Taking a look at the Texans' first selection of the 5th round, Shiloh Keo.


2011 Texans Draft Profile: Rashad Carmichael

Taking a look at the Texans 4th round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, Rashad "Rock" Carmichael.

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