It's finally here: NFL Draft week.
Thursday night is round one, and the Texans don't own one of the first 32 picks. They dealt their first-rounder, as well as next year's, in the deal that netted them Pro Bowl left tackle Laremy Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills.
Houston has seven picks total, starting in the second round at 40th overall. That selection came to town with running back David Johnson and a 2021 fourth-rounder, in exchange for receiver DeAndre Hopkins and this year's fourth round pick.
The Texans picked up receiver Brandin Cooks and a 2022 fourth round selection from the Rams in exchange for their second round pick, which was 57th overall.
Just before the 2019 regular season began, Houston dealt its sixth round choice to New England in exchange for cornerback and special teams standout Keion Crossen.
Houston has a pick in rounds two through five, and three picks in the seventh round. The final two picks, at 248th and 250th overall, are compensatory selections. They had a third compensatory pick, which was a third-rounder at 97th overall, but dealt it to Cleveland in early August for running back Duke Johnson.
The second and third rounds are Friday night.
|ROUND (OVERALL PICK)|
|4 (FROM MIAMI, 111TH)|
|7 (COMPENSATORY, 248TH)|
|7 (COMPENSATORY, 250TH)|