Houston chose five players in the 2020 Draft last weekend, after entering it on Friday with seven overall selections. They dealt some of those away in a trio of trades Saturday, netting another choice for next year.
They're without a first and second round selection, as those two went to Miami late last August for Pro Bowl left tackle Laremy Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills. In that same deal, Houston received Miami's sixth-round pick for next year, and a fourth-rounder this year.
Houston added a 2021 fourth round pick from the Cardinals in the deal that sent receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a fourth-rounder in exchange for running back David Johnson and a second-rounder.
So after the proverbial dust cleared, the Texans have the eight picks below in 2021. There may also be some compensatory selections, too. Those will be announced in late-February or early March of next year.
|4 (FROM ARIZONA)|
|6 (FROM MIAMI)|
|6 (FROM NEW ORLEANS)|