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2015 NFL Draft: September Mock Draft Roundup

With September nearly over, BRB collects the still very early projections for Houston's first round draft pick in 2015.

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As a Houston Texans fan, I have learned that it is never too early to look ahead to the next NFL Draft. We don’t know where the event will take place, what pick the Texans will have, or even what the team’s needs are yet, but that won’t stop me from soaking up every last (likely horribly wrong) mock draft I can. Here is what the landscape looks like heading into Week Four of the 2014 season.

Sports Illustrated (as of June, 2014): Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia – 15th overall

Drafttek (as of September 4th): Cameron Erving, OT, Florida State – 10th overall

Draftsite (no date): P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State – 11th overall

Rob Rang (as of September 15th): Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State – 7th overall

Charlie Campbell (as of September 19th): Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State – 13th overall

Dane Brugler (as of September 22nd): Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA – 7th overall

Walter Cherepinsky (as of September 24th): Landon Collins, S, Alabama – 8th overall

Man, that’s a lot of quarterbacks. I am not sure if that many signal-callers being mocked to Houston is more a product of nobody believing in Ryan Mallett or nobody believing that the Texans will be able to extend Mallett after this season (on account of his leading the team to the Super Bowl, right? RIGHT?!). One thing I do know is this – Bill O’Brien will not have the luxury of the first overall pick next May. This team is already 2-1, and losing 14 games in a row would be downright preposterous. It just cannot – and will not – happen.