The Texans addressed two of their biggest needs on the first day of the NFL Draft by shoring up the cornerback spot with LSU's Derek Stingley at No. 3 and bolstering the offensive line with Texas A&M's offensive guard Kenyon Green at No. 15. There are plenty more holes to fill and the Texans will get a shot to quickly address one of those needs when they pick 37th overall - the fifth pick of the second round - Friday night.
The Texans need a pass rusher they can put opposite Jonathan Greenard, last year's third-round pick. The defense also could use a safety to replace Justin Reid, who signed with the Chiefs as a free agent. On offense, they need a receiver to give Davis Mills a weapon besides Brandin Cooks and could use a running back.