The NFL Draft order is set, and after compensatory selections, the Texans have eight picks in 2020.
Houston was awarded a trio of comp picks, getting a third round choice (97th overall) and two seventh-rounders (248th and 250th overall). The third-rounder was sent to the Browns in the trade for running back Duke Johnson.
The Texans' first pick is their second-round selection, which is the 57th choice. They dealt this year's first-round pick, as well as next year's first and second-round picks, to Miami in exchange for left tackle Laremy Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills. Houston also received Miami's fourth-round pick, which is 111th overall.
Houston sent New England its sixth-round pick in exchange for cornerback Keion Crossen.
In total, the Texans have a pick in every round except for the first and sixth, with two selections in the fourth and three in the seventh.
|ROUND (OVERALL PICK)|
|4 (111, FROM MIAMI)|
|7 (248, COMPENSATORY)|
|7 (250, COMPENSATORY)|
The NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 23 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The second and third rounds are the next night, and the final four rounds are Saturday.