Well, another draft has come and gone. What do you think of the Texans' draft? Also, please keep this civil. Yes, we know we are not pros, we know they have information that we are not privy too. Thanks. Here is what I have: Round 1- Wisconsin DE JJ Watt- Grade: A+ Quick Analysis- I love this pick. DE is an important position in the 3-4, and Watt is a perfect specimen for the position. Round 2- Arizona OLB Brooks Reed- Grade: A Quick Analysis- Another great pick. Reed will be a great pass rusher for years. Round 2- Miami (U) CB Brandon Harris- Grade: A Quick Analysis- The 3rd straight money pick, Harris will see the field a lot next year. Hopefully he does not have to start right away. Round 4- Virginia Tech CB Rashad Carmichael- Grade: C Quick Analysis- The first meh pick. I like him, but we have a lot of corners, and more holes to fill. He does not play to his timed speed, and is not very physical. However, he has a nose for the ball. Round 5- Idaho SS Shiloh Keo- Grade: B- Quick Analysis- Keo is a guy I want to give an A grade on, but cant. He lays it on the line every play, but simply lacks the speed to be more than an excellent backup and special teams player. Round 5- North Carolina QB TJ Yates- Grade: B- Quick Analysis- Yates is an interesting pick. QB is not an immediate need, but one that I wished to be filled in the 7th. Yates has potential, but again, there were other players on the board. Round 7- Arkansas State OT Derek Newton- Grade: C Quick Analysis- Solid player with good athleticism, but the pick leaves a lot to be desired. 50/50 shot to make the roster. Round 7- Rice OLB Cheta Ozougwu- Grade: D- Quick Analysis- Small, unexplosive OLB project without great statistics. A wasted opportunity to lock up a talent difficult to sign as a UDFA. All in all, I give it a solid B. The Texans started off white hot, but slowed as the draft went on. The excellent picks of Watt, Reed and Harris were followed by mostly solid picks of Carmichael, Keo, Yates and Newton, before ending in disappointment with Ozougwu.