|Drafting Reggie Bush:|
When starting a new season, choose to coach for the Texans so that in the first year's draft you can choose Reggie Bush. Alternately, coach for a team that has one of the first draft picks and choose Reggie Bush if he is still not drafted when you get your first draft pick. If he has been drafted, reload your game and try again until he is available.
There are two sleepers to watch out for in the 2006 NFL Draft. Troy McCoy is a very intelligent MLB and possess decent speed and strength. He has above average tackling and is great in zone coverage. McCoy's downside is that he is injury prone. This sleeper will usually still be around late in the fourth round, but he is usually not available after that. Another sleeper is LE, Chris Craig, who is big at 287 pounds with exceptional speed at that size. He shows good awareness, which will only improve with experience. He has the strength to get by the offensive line, and is an outstanding tackler. A lot of teams do not have Craig rated high on their boards, so he usually will be around in the third round, even though he should go in the first.