The Texans have the ability to trade up or down in the Draft on Saturday, but don't expect it to happen.
General manager Nick Caserio met with the media on Friday evening after the Texans took Stanford quarterback Davis Mills and Michigan receiver Nico Collins in the third round. Mills was the 67th overall pick, while Collins was taken 89th. Houston dealt this year's fourth-rounder (109th overall), this year's fifth-rounder acquired in a trade from New England (158th), and next year's fourth-rounder acquired from the Los Angeles Rams as part of the trade for receiver Brandin Cooks.
Caserio and the Texans have a fifth round selection, three sixth-rounders and a seventh round pick on Saturday.
"There's a certain degree of maneuverability that you could do some things," Caserio said. "It's probably unlikely that we would do anything relative to future picks."
Caserio and the Texans have made a flurry of moves in free agency this offseason, and after making the deal on Friday night, Caserio acknowledged there's always a chance a deal could happen on Saturday.
"We'll look at everything," Caserio said. "There are some things that you can do within reason, but we're going to be responsible."
The final day of the NFL Draft begins at 11 a.m. CT.
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|ROUND (OVERALL PICK)|
|6 (195) FROM PATRIOTS|
|6 (203) FROM DOLPHINS|
|6 (212) FROM SAINTS|
|7 (233) FROM BENGALS|