Texans get good reviews for Hopkins pick

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According to several media outlets, the Houston Texans pick was the right move in drafting Clemson WR DeAndre HopkinsDeAndre Hopkins
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in the first round.

Farrar, in his Yahoo! Sports Shutdown Corner blog, also said that Hopkins was “without question” the right pick, “and this guy might be the missing piece that propels the Texans to a Super Bowl bid.”

Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated gave the pick an A, writing, “good luck defending Hopkins and Andre Johnson at the same time, NFL defenses. We already know what Johnson is capable of at the NFL level, but Hopkins’ hands, route-running ability and desire to go after the football could make him just as dangerous a weapon... Houston is not far away from being a legitimate Super Bowl contender — some might say the Texans are there already. Hopkins certainly keeps the momentum moving in the right direction, and both Matt Schaub and Johnson ought to love this one.”

In a separate write-up, SI.com called Hopkins “perhaps the best big-play receiver in the draft.”

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