Houston’s 16.5 sacks placed him second in the FCS behind Florida A&M’s linebacker Isaiah Land and his 19 sacks. Houston’s numbers would have at No. 3 in the nation, with FBS sack leader Will Anderson Jr of Alabama having 17.5 sacks at No. 2.At 6-1 and 225 pounds, Houston is classified as an NFL “tweener” or “hybrid” edge rusher. The FCS All-American will have to adjust to his game and demonstrate his value in the passing game for NFL personnel. At the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, he defended one pass for the afternoon. His motor, defensive mentality, and play-making ability are intrinsic to him as a high-quality player. Some project him as a late Day 2 or Day 3 draft pick for the 2022 NFL Draft.After 16.5 sacks, 70 tackles, 24.5 tackles for losses, ten quarterback hits, seven forced fumbles (No. 4 in FCS), two fumble recoveries, and two returned touchdowns (one fumble, one interception), has Houston “PRIMED” to make a splash in the NFL.