Cornerback Kevin Johnson (first round)**
(On Raven wide receiver Michael Campanaro)
"Me and Camp, that's my best friend. We talk every day. So, he's been schooling me up on the whole process and just really letting me know what's going to happen every day and giving me little tips to get better to get rest at night."
(On weighing just 155 pounds during his senior year of high school)
"Coming into Wake Forest, I started seven games as a true freshman. I had ability, I was just a late bloomer. My freshman year of high school, I was 5-feet-tall and weighed 96 pounds. So I'm just growing every day. I'm still growing now."
(On the best receivers he faced in college)
"Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins, Michael Campanaro."
(On if he could have seen any of this when he was a 6-2, 205 QB)
"To be honest, I didn't. I had a dream when I was growing up that I wanted to play for the NFL but being 6-3, 200 pounds playing quarterback and barely playing linebacker, I didn't know I'd be standing right here talking as a linebacker."
(On the transition to linebacker)
"In high school, my coach, he pushed me to a higher level. He told me he saw something in me that I could play at the next level. When I started getting looked at as a linebacker, I started playing a little more linebacker and he had me doing crazy drills, hitting big guys like our small offensive linemen with the ball. That made me tough. Then getting to college, we had an unbelievable strength coaches that made me tough and developed me to be the size I am."
(On an analyst comparing him to Larry Fitzgerald)
"That's just an honor. He's going to finish as one of the greatest receivers ever to play this game. I can't wait to get to the NFL and see how we match up."
(On if he knows Fitzgerald)
"I've had a couple conversations with him, texted him a few times. He gave some advice to me recently. I'll stick to that advice. He said you can't worry about what everybody else says, just go out there and work hard and dominate."
(On how he can help a team improve in the red zone)
"The red zone is something big, physical receivers love to be in, go up and get the ball, box them out. I was watching film on Jimmy Graham. I know he's a tight out but he loves to box the cornerbacks out and go get the ball. That's just something I look forward to adding to my game as well."
The 2016 NFL Scouting Combine starts Wednesday at Lucas Oil Stadium with more than 300 draft prospects arriving. Players will participate in on-field drills Friday, Feb. 26 through Monday, Feb. 29.
Check out shots of current Texans players from previous NFL Combines. (Photos via AP Images)