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Giants Schedule Visits With Houston, Pouncey

The Giants have scheduled pre draft visits with Georgia DE/OLB Justin Houston and Florida G/C Mike Pouncey.

Houston is interesting because he’s probably more of 3-4 linebacker. He played defensive end at Georgia, but he’s at his best rushing the passer. In fact, he’s similar to Clint Sintim. Might just be due diligence.

Pouncey is a legitimate candidate to be the first round pick. Can play guard or center (although probably best suited for guard), and can start right away. His prospect profile is here


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3 Responses to “Giants Schedule Visits With Houston, Pouncey”

  1. plektor says:

    I don’t see the Jints drafting Houston …
    Unless they keep trying to put square stuff into circular holes ^^

  2. Houston is not a 4-3 OLB, he’s a 4-3 DE prospect, which is why he might intrigue the Giants.

    He has good length, and an explosive first step. He’s not a linebacker.

    Clint Sintim was more of a linebacker than Houston is. Houston if he plays linebacker is more like Tamba Hali–rush every time all the time.

    I wonder if the Giants are thinking without a C.B.A before the draft, and thus no free agency. they must just find another DE they like and like Kiwanuka go once F.A.

    But also, I haven’t read anywhere that the Giants have Pouncey schedule for a visit.

    I’ve read they HAVE visisted with him (at the combine). along with Ryan Williams (at the combine)

    and that also Perry Fewell attended Illinoi’s Pro day (Martez Wilson and Corey Liuget two d players that may interest the Giants).

  3. […] going to profile Mr. Houston, but the Giants are bringing him in for a visit, so here we are. Houston is a hybrid DE/OLB guy, probably best suited for 3-4 OLB, but can play as […]

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