It may not have gone down quite the way he thought. In fact, Colt McCoy joked if Mack Brown had called another player's name in the third round, McCoy would have given up. But as of now McCoy is the future QB of the Cleveland Browns and even noted he's still with a team wearing orange. [details]
Houston has put on about 15-20 pounds since last season and it's worked to his benefit. He displays a lot more power and balance at the point of attack and looks comfortable when asked to sit into his stance, extend his arms and control blockers on contact. He exhibits good stoutness inside and possesses the body control to work his way down the line toward the ball. He showcases a powerful lower half and consistently is able to gain leverage on contact and work his way into the backfield. Houston is sudden on contact as a pass rusher and does a good job using his hands, keeping his pad level down and accelerating toward the ball. He has the first-step explosion to threaten gaps inside and drive his way into the backfield. He lacks ideal height, doesn't always find the ball initially off the snap and can be easily sealed away from the play by the double-team. He looks like a potential nose tackle or three technique in a 4-3 scheme at the next level and will give whatever team he's on a lot of options inside.