NFL Mock Draft 2012: NFP Has Texans Picking WR Stephen Hill

What is it with these mock drafters and making Houston select a wide receiver? The National Football Post has another mock draft up and they've got the Texans taking the incredibly raw wideout Stephen Hill:

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Hill is going to need to become a more consistent route runner. However, at 6-5 he showcases some natural short-area quickness to his game and knows how to go up and get the football vertically. He’s one of the draft's elite size/speed combos at the receiver spot and his stock is on the rise.

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Because if it's one thing you look for in a West Coast-style offense, it's a receiver who can't really run routes that well...Hill does have the size and reputation to be a great blocker for Kubiak and Company, and his stock really does seem to be on the rise. I'm just very skeptical that it'll rise to Houston's spot.

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That's especially true since both Donta Hightower and Luke Kuechly lasted until this pick in this mock. With the trade of DeMeco Ryans, is there a chance Houston doesn't go defense in the first round? I'd love Kuechly to fall this far, since he'd make an excellent counterpart for Brian Cushing on the inside, but I fear it won't happen.

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