2004 Draft Articles

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2004 Draft Articles

The Longshots Warren evaluates the tough odds faced by each of the Texans’ undrafted free agents. (June 8, 2004)

Once, Twice, Three Times a Draft Pick Warren talks to draft expert Rob Rang about the Texans’ 2004 draft. (May 4, 2004)

Defensive Stand Ric and Warren recap the Texans’ 2004 NFL Draft. (April 24-25, 2004)

Chip Off the Old Mock Warren surveys the field and plots out how each of the first thirty-two picks in the 2004 NFL Draft. (April 23, 2004)

Cornerstones Three corners appear to be options for the Texans in Round One. Might the team select South Carolina’s Dunta Robinson? (April 15, 2004)

Checklist Charley Dusting off his lucky crystal ball, Bob gazes into the Texans’ future and sees what college prospects will be donning Steel Blue this fall. (April 7, 2004)

Bumper Crop of Buckeyes Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch offers his thoughts on a deep 2004 class of Ohio State’s NFL prospects. (April 5, 2004)

Inside Story Neil Stratton of Inside the League dishes on how he sees the draft and where the Texans fit into the picture. (April 2, 2004)

Hokie Pokie Mike Harris of the Richmond Times-Dispatch chats with Warren about a few talented Virginia Tech prospects. (March 24, 2004)

Vapor Action Because of all the pre-draft stuff floating around in the springtime air, Keith searches for something to make him breathe easy once again. (March 28, 2004)

Issuing the Hurricane Watch Back for a second year, Omar Kelly of the Florida Sun-Sentinel goes one-on-one with Warren to discuss Miami’s 2004 draft prospects. (March 12, 2004)

Pumping Up With Arnold Warren goes one-on-one with NFL player training guru Danny Arnold, whose clientele includes probable first rounders such as Tommie Harris and Chris Gamble. (March 3, 2004)

Advocating a South Beach Diet With 2004 marking the tenth straight year a Hurricane player has been selected in the first round, Keith endorses an annual Texan scouting trek to Miami. (February 29, 2004)

Winning Combinations Warren compiles the best numbers from the NFL Combine’s workout warriors over the past two years. (February 15, 2004)

2004 Top 50 v2.0 Warren updates The War Room’s top 50 2004 draft prospects first compiled last summer. (February 9, 2004)

Senior Moment Matt Gambill of All Pro Scouting Services fields questions from Warren and offers his insight to the draft prospects on display at the 2004 Senior Bowl. (January 31, 2004)

Rise of the Underclass How much would this year’s draft class be affected if only those with exhausted collegiate eligibility could be drafted each year? (January 23, 2004)

Fitz to be Drafted Warren steps through the case of Pitt WR Larry Fitzgerald in his bid to declare for the 2004 draft. (January 14, 2004)

Mark Your Calendar Warren walks through the calendar of events leading up to the 2004 NFL Draft. (January 7, 2004)

The Untouchables The Texans keep talking about drafting defense, but Keith wonders if we should also keep an eye on the best player available, even if he plays offense. (January 6, 2004)

Bowling for More Dollars Warren reviews the top prospects to watch during the January bowl season. (December 31, 2003)

Bowling for Dollars Warren reviews the top prospects to watch during the December bowl season. (December 11, 2003)

Just Win, Baby All this winning is dropping the Texans in the 2004 draft order. So Warren says to loosen up because that’s a good thing. (December 5, 2003)

Safety First Warren takes a look at Miami’s Sean Taylor and evaluates his merits as an early pick at a weak position for the Texans. (October 30, 2003)

Tommie Boy Warren sees a weakness in the Texan defensive line and wonders if OU’s Tommie Harris is the answer. (October 16, 2003)

NFL: "Mo’ Better Lose" Keith examines the Maurice Clarett legal situation. (September 25, 2003)

Texans Should Hold Him Keith sees a Royal Flush in Ohio State’s Chris Gamble. (September 1, 2003)

Third Time’s a Charm The War Room returns to kickoff the fall 2003 season and get ready for the 2004 draft.

2003 NFL Draft Back for seconds, The War Room delivers the profiles and feature articles covering the Texans’ encore draft.

2002 NFL Draft The War Room recounts the profiles and feature articles written about the Texans’ first ever draft.


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Player Profiles

Meet the Texans’ 2004 draft class:

>> Dunta Robinson
>> Jason Babin
>> Glenn Earl
>> Vontez Duff
>> Jammal Lord
>> Charlie Anderson
>> Raheem Orr >> Sloan Thomas
>> B.J. Symons

(click player for profile) Prospect Profiles

>> J.P. Losman
>> Eli Manning
>> Cody Pickett
>> Ben Roethlisberger
>> Andrew Walter

>> Clarence Farmer
>> Steven Jackson
>> Greg Jones
>> Kevin Jones
>> Carnell Williams

>> Lee Evans
>> Michael Jenkins
>> Reggie Williams
>> Roy Williams
>> Rashaun Woods

>> Jeff Dugan
>> Ben Troupe
>> Ben Utecht
>> Ben Watson
>> Kellen Winslow, Jr.

>> Shawn Andrews
>> Vernon Carey
>> Nat Dorsey
>> Robert Gallery
>> Max Starks

>> Tommie Harris
>> DeMarco McNeil
>> Randy Starks
>> Marcus Tubbs
>> Vince Wilfork

>> Karlos Dansby
>> Isaac Hilton
>> Derrick Johnson
>> Teddy Lehman
>> Will Smith

>> Rod Davis
>> Lance Mitchell
>> Dontarrious Thomas
>> Jonathan Vilma
>> D.J. Williams

>> Chris Gamble
>> DeAngelo Hall
>> Marlin Jackson
>> Derrick Strait
>> Nathan Vasher

>> Brandon Everage
>> Dexter Reid
>> Stuart Schweigert
>> Sean Taylor
>> Matt Ware

(click player for profile) Top Ten Texans?

Here are the top 10 prospects Keith thinks the Texans should be keeping an eye on for the 2004 draft:

1. Robert Gallery
2. Sean Taylor
3. Vince Wilfork
4. DeAngelo Hall
5. Will Smith
6. Dunta Robinson
7. Tommie Harris
8. Randy Starks
9. Chris Gamble
10. Shawn Andrews

Here are the top 10 prospects Warren thinks the Texans should be keeping an eye on for the 2004 draft:

1. Robert Gallery
2. Sean Taylor
3. Chris Gamble
4. DeAngelo Hall
5. Tommie Harris
6. Vince Wilfork
7. Kenechi Udeze
8. Randy Starks
9. Marquise Hill
10. Jonathan Vilma