• Fourth Round (from Miami): Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa — The Texans must keep adding to the defense secondary, and adding a player at this point of the draft who can enter the secondary and contribute early on, then continue to improve, is an excellent addition. It was reported that Ojemudia impressed at the Senior Bowl, so it will be fun to see how he adds to his stock at the NFL Combine.
• Fourth Round: Calvin Throckmorton, OG, Oregon — If any team knows they can’t have too much depth on the offensive line it is the Texans, and adding another solid player for the interior offensive line Throckmorton can help greatly. Throckmorton is described by The Draft Network as a player who “plays with good technique on the edge and the interior.”
• Fifth Round: Jabari Zuniga, OLB, Florida — If available, this would be a very solid selection for the Texans because he can play the edge at outside linebacker, but he also played at inside linebacker at the collegiate level too. The Texans can add big-time to their roster if Zuniga is still on the board in round five, as he had his good and bad moments at the Senior Bowl.
• Seventh Round: JaQuarius Landrews, S, Mississippi State — With their final pick, the Texans need to stick with the defense, and that brings us to safety JaQuarius Landrews.
Being projected as a seventh-round pick, Landrews has work ahead of him to improve for the NFL level of play, as in college he finished with 45 solo tackles (77 total) with one interception and eight passes defensed.