Okay, so the Texans were very active in signing UDFAs, and it seems like a bunch of us are getting excited over a lot of these guys. It is now time to put your money where your mouth is- who will make the roster? Pick your top 5 guys who you think have a chance to stick. If your first player makes it, you get 10 points. If your second guy makes it, 9 points, and so on. If your guy makes the practice squad, you receive half the points, i.e if your first guy makes the practice squad you get 5 points (10/2=5), if your second guy makes it you get 4.5 (9/2=4.5) and so on. Here is the list of UDFA pickups per NEPatriotsdraft.com Desmond Marrow, FS, Toledo Jerrell Jackson, SAF, Missouri Shawn Loiseau, LB, Merrimack DJ Bryant, DE, James Madison Case Keenum, QB, Houston Logan Brock, TE, TCU Mario Louis, WR, Grambling St Nate Menkin, OT, Mary Hardin-Baylor Davin Meggett, RB, Maryland Cody White, OT, Illinois St Jason Ford, RB, Illinois Loni Fangupo, DT, BYU Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina Eddie Pleasant, S, Oregon Delano Johnson, DE/OLB, Bowie State David Hunter, DT, Houston Tracy Robertson, DT, Baylor Johnathan Grimes, RB, William and Mary Greg Williams, LB, Pitt Rennie Moore, DT Clemson Phillip Supernaw, Ouchita Baptist, TE And my list: 1) Davin Meggett, RB, Maryland, 58 211 lbs I dont see how this kid went undrafted, but we are a very lucky team. Meggett is a strongly built north/south runner whose playing style reminds me a lot of Arian Foster. As an added bonus, Meggett logged only 485 (for 2,411 yards (5 ypc) and 18 TDs) carries over his four years, which means he will have a lot of tread left on his tires. 2) Hebron Fangupo, NT, BYU, 61 323 lbs Fangupo is a big, powerful NT in the mold of a traditional 3-4 nose. He is strong as an ox, but limited in terms of quickness and lateral agility. He is also older than the average prospect (although not Weeden old) due to a broken fibula suffered while playing for USC, going on a 2 year mission trip, and transferring to BYU. He is a type of player that the Texans do not already have on the roster, and is thus an interesting player to watch in camp. 3) Shawn Loiseau, ILB, Merrimack, 61 244 lbs Loiseau is a throwback style ILB, a real thumper down around the line of scrimmage but limited in pass coverage. However, he is a hard worker both on the field and in the weight room, and should find a way to make this team on special teams. 4) Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina, 63 230 lbs A big receiver with an abundance of natural physical gifts, Jones can simply be described as a knucklehead. Whether it was posting flyers for a club or running the wrong route and half-assing it at the combine, Jones maturity must be called into question considering that the 6 or so months prior to the draft were some of the most important months of his young life. However, he is a big bodied can that can move well, and make some truly incredible catches. His familiarity with the system and QB TJ Yates will help him look good in camps and the pre-season, and I think he sneaks his way onto either the roster or the practice squad. 5) Case Keenum, QB, Houston, 61 208 lbs There are a couple players that I was trying to decide between, but Keenum has the advantage of being the only QB brought in at a position where we only have 2 players on the roster, one of whom is coming off a serious injury. I doubt Keenums ability to ever be more than a 3rd QB. Keenum is a student of the game with undersold athleticism, but his lack of size and pro arm will ultimately put a cap on his NFL potential. Who do you got?