Braxton Miller is the type of versatile playmaker that can make Texans fans forget about the infamous "Wattcat" play.
Today we continue to look at Houston's UDFA's. Hopefully one or two of these guys will stick with the team.
The defensive end position was not amongst those chosen by Houston in the draft. That leaves the Texans with several players who will likely end up in a rotation.
Houston signed 16 players after the draft. Here's a look at some of the Texans UDFA's.
Houston finished off their 2016 draft by selecting Clemson nose tackle D.J. Reader. Reader is full of potential that will hopefully be realized in a Texans uniform.
Houston added some secondary depth by picking WVU safety K.J. Dillon in round four. Dillon is a ball hawk who will make his presence felt before the season is done.
With their fourth round pick, Houston has selected San Jose State's Tyler Ervin. With this pick, Houston has added even more speed to the offense.
After three rounds, let's take a closer look at the Texans top picks.
Houston selected Braxton Miller with their third pick. A bit of a surprise, but a really good selection.
In a surprising move, Houston selected another wide receiver. The versatile Braxton Miller of Ohio State.
Check out some tweet reactions and thoughts on the selection of Nick Martin.
Houston has just solved their center problem by selecting Notre Dame center Nick Martin in round two.
The reactions of Houston's Will Fuller pick are varied. Many experts are on board, but fans not so much.
Upon reading comment sections, it's easy to see that Texans fans have mixed feelings on the Fuller pick. I do also, but I'm willing to give him a chance.