That includes first-round selection Kevin Johnson, the cornerback out of Wake Forest who landed in Houston with the 16th overall pick.
Drawing comparisons to Sam Shields, Johnson was seen by many as the safest corner in the draft, an effective zone cover defender who improved in man coverage over the past two seasons in college.
"Some coaches have told me that Johnson is the cleanest defensive back in this draft," NFL Media's Mike Mayock said last week. "He can play inside and outside, press or off coverage. All the defensive back coaches I talk to talk about his feet ... so quick. The only concern is his frame and durability, but this is a really good football player."