2022 NFL draft: RAS scores for Texans’ 9-player class

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Houston Texans general manager Nick Caserio had a successful draft.

The question is how successful was the draft: was it out-of-the-park or merely an RBI double? As long as the draft grades hover between B-plus and A-minus, it is incontrovertible that Caserio had a successful second draft.

One measurement to look at when it comes to how successful Houston’s selections were is Relative Athletic Score — a collection of analytics Kent Lee Platte put together. The measurements provide a gauge for a player’s athletic testing as it relates to size and historic results. The scale goes from 0-10 with 10 being the highest.

Here are the RAS scores for the Texans’ nine-man draft class.

Round 1 (No. 3 overall) — CB Derek Stingley, LSU

Round 1 (No. 15 overall) — G Kenyon Green, Texas A&M

Round 2 (No. 37 overall) — S Jalen Pitre, Baylor

Round 2 (No. 44 overall) — WR John Metchie, Alabama

Round 3 (No. 75 overall) — LB Christian Harris, Alabama

Round 4 (No. 107 overall) — RB Dameon Pierce, Florida

Round 5 (No. 150 overall — DL Thomas Booker, Stanford

Round 5 (No. 170 overall) — TE Teagan Quitoriano, Oregon State

Round 6 (No. 205 overall) — OT Austin Deculus, LSU

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