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Full list of Texans draft picks

Posted by Nick Scurfield on March 27, 2012 – 10:27 am

The full order of the 2012 NFL Draft was announced this morning after compensatory selections were distributed on Monday. The Texans have eight picks, starting at No. 26 overall and ending at No. 233 in the seventh round.

Here are the Texans’ picks:

Round: Pick (Overall)
1: 26 (26)
2: 26 (58)
3: 13 (76) (acquired from Philadelphia)
4: 4 (99) (acquired from Philadelphia)
4: 26 (121)
5: 26 (161)
6: 26 (195)
7: 26 (233)

There are 253 total picks in the 2012 draft, with the final/”Mr. Irrelevant” pick belonging to the Indianapolis Colts.


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20 Responses to “Full list of Texans draft picks”

  1. By Gabe on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    we need a new wr kevin sucks we also should of took a shot at tebow

  2. By Brian Williams on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    i hope the texans do really good in the draft knowing they didnt pursue anyone in the free agency. some good WRs and TE

  3. By Eric on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    We need to go and get the wide reciever from Georgia Tech, Dallas Clark from the colts, as well as our very own receiver from the University of Houston

  4. By Wayne Chappell on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Linemen. big fast tough lineman, defense and offense. The showboats will come and good, but a solid line will reward the team for years.

  5. By ThaFreak99 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Like every year, I’m so excited about the draft! Can’t wait to see how the big picture comes together for Rick, Gary and Wade… Exciting time to be a TEXANS fan!!!

  6. By Thompson Pham on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I think the Texans will be pretty good in this years draft. A lot of talent this year. We can either go with Kendall Wright or Stephen Hill in 1st or go with a CB in the 1st and draft Nanu, WR from Rutgers, in the 2nd. I would rather go with CB in the first to add some depth and replace Jason Allen then draft Nanu, he has the size and the strength that Houston needs. But like I said, whichever route Rick Smith takes, I think we will be great. Quest to New Orleans 2013!! LETS GO!!

  7. By kr juice 1 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Oh my gabe everyone is entitled to their opinion. Although in this case that tebow comment was so halarious. I would have kept that one to myself. I’m pretty effin positive that not one person in the locker room would have wanted him here. Matt is our dude period. We want a qb not a over the top god loving media circus. Sorry if that comment upsets the super religious.

  8. By Bryce on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Def need to draft Houston’s Patrick Edwards. Speed, agility, heart. Undersized yes but he can produce

  9. By Phil on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Trade 3 or 4 picks for Blackmon. Picture that, you’ll like it.

  10. By Dee on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Kareem Jacksons i thought he b good but he sucks cant cover always get blown by..barely interception Joseph helped us out alot tho….

  11. By Nate Platek on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    If we were gonna trade up it would be to get that kid Poe from Memphis. Bu ti like where we sit. If we get Kendall Wright where we are at and then get a corner or big DT next. We also need more debth at MLB with the loss of Ryans. Also lets not forget about Lester Jean he had an injury but he was litting it up during th preaseason. The one thing is that Coach Kub, Phillips, and GM Smith obviously know what they are doing.

  12. By Dee on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Tehy should draft me I use to play for high school and im so into sport i wanna be a coach.

  13. By porter610 on Mar 29, 2012 | Reply

    I thought the Texans gave up their 7th round pick to the Jets for Derrick Mason. Is that a pick for a different year?

  14. By Ajay on Apr 2, 2012 | Reply

    i think we should either get ruben randle (who has the same agent as andre johnson) or stephen hill because they are both big physical recievers. and in the second round we should draft a good cb and then tight end athen more recievers plus a big physical fullback

  15. By Rehan on Apr 2, 2012 | Reply

    I think texans need new QB. , Texans had lost many matchs cause of him. Texans need a QB like Tom brady to boost team. Matt carrier is over now pick a new QB and groom him. and Also Texans coach need to improve his offensc line.

  16. By Jared on Apr 6, 2012 | Reply

    I think we need to get a good young wide out. How ever, if the texans trade up we need another young tight end. well losed dressen so owens going to need some help. the texans have some room to work and there are also free agents that would love a good home as far as d-line and o-line go. I think the d-line was great last year, JJ watt’s rookie year was awesome for him. We have alot of talent in the line backers both inside and out. We need anothyer good CB, a second WR so kevin can move into the slot, and a big TE so red zone TD will come easly. We would also give Foster another big blocker so he can do what he does best for us. I know how people feel and im sorry but I wish they would get rid of matt schaub. We didnt even keep david Carr this long. theres a diffrents between a good team QB. and a good QB pading his own stats.

  17. By chris moore on Apr 11, 2012 | Reply

    i think the texans sould go for a wr in the first round & then in the 2nd round they sould get another te & then 3rd round they sould get a inside linebacker 4th they sould get a anotther qb to back up t.j yets & as far as the texans are i think a good pick’s away from being a real good team to win a champchip & your next super bowl 47 champions & it will be texans vs green bay packers in super bowl 47 & texans win super bowl 47 as your new first time champions

  18. By B.J. Ross on Apr 14, 2012 | Reply

    We get 4 picks out of the top 100 players. Texans should be able to get some good talent in this years draft. Can’t wait !

  19. By J Allen on Apr 23, 2012 | Reply

    I think the Texans are an exellent team and the coaches Kubiak and Phillips have some suprises up thier sleeve to make a even better Houston Texan Team. Lets not forget the team gets a full off season to practice allowing the defense to learn more of the play book for Wade Phillips. They played thier defense last year using only 30% of phillips play book. I can only imagine how they will play with alot more knowledge of the defensive playbook. Got to give the new QB coach a chance. He may be just what we need to make the changes we need to lead our team to a better passing game for 2012. I’m excited for the 2012 season to kickoff. I’m sure will see even a bigger, better, faster and a more powerfull team in 2012.

  20. By J Allen on Apr 23, 2012 | Reply

    Comment on Tebow and his religon has nothing to do with the game of football. Ever yplayer has a religon, Tebow just isn’t affraid to show in what he belives in. So lets stick to football.

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