And just like that, the 2013 NFL draft is over.
As soon as the last pick was handed in, the Houston Texans and the rest of the league began recruiting undrafted free agents, as they do every year.
This year's NFL draft had more than a few shocking story lines, which included some prospects surprisingly going undrafted.
General manager Rick Smith boasts one of the best undrafted free-agent signings in recent NFL history with the signing of Arian Foster. It's probably unfair to assume the franchise will net itself a perennial Pro Bowler every year in undrafted free agency, but it could still find another hidden gem in this year's group.
If the Texans can find a few contributors from this year's undrafted free-agent class, it'll only solidify the quality work they did with their drafted players.
Here are the report card grades for the undrafted free-agent signings for the Houston Texans.