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Aggies Still On Big Draft Boards

WalterFootball put out an updated draft board last week, ranking a few key Aggies in the first three rounds. It's probably not where they want to be ranked, but it's good for me, because I still think the Texans need Jeff Fuller opposite AJ. Now, if he does slip into the second or third round, they'll have a shot at him. Let's look at where everyone is projected.

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Ryan Tannehill, QB, Round 2, Pick 64: Scouts still seem high on the toolsy Tannehill. For some reason, my saber spidey sense goes off with him, wondering if everyone who is projecting more growth may be dreaming a bit too much down the road.

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Jeff Fuller, WR, Round 2-3, Pick 69: Ahh, Fuller. He hasn't improved his stock any and may have just seen it drop a tad from last year. Fuller has been inconsistent because of his injuries, but seemed to catch the football better against Oklahoma. I have a feeling his stock will rebound once we get into combine/workout season.

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Coryell Judie, CB, Round 2-3, Pick 84: Another one that injuries have hurt more this year. Judie is a lot like Tannehill in that he's still inexperienced and learning his position. He's still got a lot of talent and a nose for the ball, which may make some defense like the Ravens take a chance on him here.

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Cyrus Gray, RB, Round 2-3, Pick 85: I might be crazy here, but I think Gray may only increase his draft stock in the coming weeks without Christine Michael around. He certainly put his name on the map with a huge game against Texas last season and could do the same this year. His biggest plus is he can catch out of the backfield, which means he can be a third down guy for an NFL team relatively quickly.

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Tony Jerod-Eddie, DE, Unlisted: Though he's not on a big board, I have a feeling Jerod-Eddie gets picked up by someone. Texas A&M has a habit lately of churning out these big defensive linemen who have nicer careers in the pros than they did with the Aggies. TJE could continue that trend and stick on someone's roster for five years. Or, he could go the Lucas Patterson route and be practice squad fodder. Who knows?

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