When Houston is on the clock at 40th overall in this year's NFL Draft, most mock drafts have them taking a wide receiver.
The Texans agreed to deal wideout DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals in exchange for running back David Johnson and this year's second round pick, which is 40th overall.
13 of the latest mock drafts with multiple rounds selected, had four different experts tabbing the explosive Jalen Reagor of TCU to Houston. Four other receivers were mocked to the Texans. The final five mock drafts had a pair of defensive linemen, two cornerbacks and an offensive lineman going to Houston in the second round.
Reagor caught 22 touchdowns in three seasons as a Horned Frog, and he's the son of former Texas Tech star and NFL veteran defensive lineman Montae Reagor.
|PUBLICATION (WRITER)||PLAYER||LAST UPDATED|
|HOUSTON CHRONICLE (JOHN MCCLAIN)||WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU||3/24/2020|
|HOUSTON CHRONICLE (AARON WILSON)||WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU||3/24/2020|
|CBS SPORTS (RYAN WILSON)||WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU||3/23/200|
|THE DRAFT NETWORK (JORDAN REID)||WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU||3/22/2020|
|YAHOO! SPORTS (ERIC EDHOLM)||WR TEE HIGGINS, CLEMSON||3/25/2020|
|PRO FOOTBALL NETWORK (NEIL DRISCOLL)||WR LAVISKA SHENAULT JR., COLORADO||3/22/2020|
|THE DRAFT NETWORK (JOE MARINO)||WR DENZEL MIMS, BAYLOR||3/21/2020|
|BLEACHER REPORT (MATT MILLER)||WR K.J. HAMLER, PENN STATE||3/20/2020|
|DRAFTEK||CB A.J. TERRELL CLEMSON||3/24/200|
|USA TODAY (LUKE EASTERLING)||CB JEFF GLADNEY, TCU||3/21/2020|
|THE RINGER (DANNY KELLY)||DL ROSS BLALOCK, TCU||3/25/2020|
|BALTIMORE SUN (C.J. DOON)||DL JORDAN ELLIOTT, MISSOURI||3/23/2020|
|SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (KEVIN HANSON)||OL CESAR RUIZ, MICHIGAN||3/20/2020|
Last week, we released a Mock Draft Survey for the Texans other pick in the second round, which is 57th overall.
Houston doesn't have a first round selection because it went to Miami as part of the trade for left tackle Laremy Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills.
For a complete list of the Texans picks in this April's NFL Draft, please click HERE.
The Draft is scheduled to begin Thursday, April 23.