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2006 NFL Draft

The second and the final day of the 2006 NFL Draft wrapped up Sunday evening. After seven rounds of waiting, trading and selecting the latest members of the Houston Texans and Dallas Cowboys are set.

Looking at the Houston Texans draft picks, the Texans took Mario Williams in the first round as the first overall pick.

In the second round, they took DeMeco Ryans a linebacker from Alabama.

In the third round they had two picks. Charles Spencer an offensive guard from Pittsburgh and Eric Winston an offensive tackle from the University of Florida at Miami.

In the fourth round, the Texans took Owen Daniels a tight end from Wisconsin.

In the fifth round, no pick because they traded with Buffalo.

In the sixth round they took a running back, Wali Lundy from Virginia.

In the seventh round, a trade with Cincinnati and the supplemental selection, David Anderson a wide receiver from Colorado.

The Dallas Cowboys had a busy weekend.

The Cowboys took Bobby Carpenter, a linebacker from Ohio State in the first round.

Second round it was Anthony Fasano a tight end from Norte Dame.

In the third round, Jason Hatcher, a defensive end from Grambling State.

In the fourth round, they traded one pick with Philadelphia, but picked up another pick from Jacksonville getting Skyler Green, the wide receiver from LSU.

In the fifth round, getting a pick from the jets, they took Patrick Watkins a safety from Florida State.

Sixth round, acquire d from a swap with Philadelphia, it was Montavious Stanley, a defensive tackle from Louisville.

In the final round, another swap with the Jets, they took offensive guard Pat McQuistan from Weber state And picked up E.J. Whitley the offensive tackle from Texas Tech.

East Texans taken in the draft:

Former Lufkin Panther and Texas A&M quarterback Reggie McNeal is headed to the Cincinnati Bengals. Reggie was taken in the sixth round, the 193rd pick overall.

Clint Ingram of Hallsville was taken in the third round by Jacksonville.

In the sixth round, Drew Coleman of Henderson was picked by the Jets.

In the seventh round, Willie Andrews of Longview was taken by New England.

Maya Golden reporting, mgolden@kltv.com

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