2012 NFL Mock Draft: Texans Grab Stephen Hill In NFL.com's Latest

Now that the 2012 NFL Draft is less than a month away, there are going to be tons of mock drafts being pumped out from every single corner of the Internet (there are a lot of corners). In NFL.com's Chad Reuter's latest mock draft, the Houston Texans select wide receiver Stephen Hill out of Georgia Tech.

From Reuter:

Hill and Andre Johnson would form one of the top size/speed combinations in the NFL. Add in Kevin Walter and tight end Owen Daniels, and the Texans' offense would become even more prolific.

Andre Johnson isn't getting any younger and he has had durability issues in the past. When he's not in the game, the Texans offense struggles badly and Houston quarterback Matt Schaub could really use someone reliable to throw to when that's the case. And then, when Hill and Johnson are both in the game, defenses could really have their hands full.

This could make the Texans' offense tough to stop.

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