Houston Texans: A closer look at signed undrafted rookie free agents
• Jesse Aniebonam, linebacker (Maryland): At one point in his collegiate career, Aniebonam broke his ankle, and in his final season with Maryland, he played in 10 games where he collected 39 tackles, five for a loss, and two sacks. His best season was in 2016, when he had 46 tackles (14 for a loss), with nine sacks.
• Derrick Baity, defensive back (Kentucky): Playing in 47 games in four seasons at Kentucky, Baity is coming off a 13-game season where he totaled 38 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a loss. Standing at 6-3, 188 pounds, the defensive back also had six career interceptions with one this past season. Scourting reports say he needs improvement on press coverage.
• Damarea Crockett, running back (Missouri): Playing three seasons at Missouri, the most yardage for Crockett came in his freshman season with 153 carries for 1,062 yards in 11 games. That season, he also had 10 rushing touchdowns. During his sophomore, he had a shoulder injury, and in his junior year Crockett played in 11 games, rushing for 709 yards and seven touchdowns. He also had a receiving touchdown. Scouting reports by The Draft Network say he lacks breakaway speed.
• D.J. Coker, center (Rhodes College): Coker is a 6-2, 310-pound offensive lineman who will most likely play center in the NFL. He played in 10 games this past season, as he also was a left tackle in college.