The Astros 2013 Draft Day Decision

Houston Texans Newswire: Two Texans Crack The NFL Network’s Top Ten

With the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th rounds they would select college seniors and punt the draft picks with them signing for about 5,000 each. They could straight shot the draft which is basically taking players and signing them for around slot value. if they elect this strategy then Mark Appel or Jonathan Gray would most likely be chosen and they would have less cash to play with the rest of the way. The other option is to play a game of chicken with Mark Appel factoring in the fact that there is no superstar in this years draft and will likely have the first overall pick next year and if Appel doesnt sign the second pick as well. Appel is a college senior and if he gets drafted and doesnt sign he would have to play a year of here. independent league ball and would be eligible for next years draft. If the Astros select Appel and them give him a lowball offer of around 4 million knowing that if he declines he would have to play a year of independent ball and on top of that the Astros will probably have the first to picks so the highest Appel would then go would be third. The third pick of course carries a lower slot allotment.
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Dave Dameshek selected Mario Williams as the most overrated Texan of all-time. I can’t argue with Daniels, but Williams was a productive player. Super Mario has outperformed both Vince Young and Reggie Bush , the other two clear’ top choices for the 2006 Draft. I would lean more toward David Carr for overrated,. Who are your most underrated and overrated players in team history? ***** Baltimore Newspaper Previews Game with Texans. Around the League Kelly is Cancer Free.
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