Mock Draft Survey 6.0: WR the favorite

It's finally here. Tomorrow we'll be fully immersed in the NFL Draft. The Texans own the 16th pick, and before we know it, the first round will have come and gone.

There are a lot of possibilities at that spot, so we analyzed 27 different Mock Drafts from around the web and compiled them in the chart below.

Wide receiver was by far the most-selected position the experts had the Texans taking, with 14. Pass rusher (outside linebacker/defensive end) had six mock drafters tagging them to the Texans, while defensive lineman and cornerback had three and two, respectively.

The most-chosen player for Houston was USC WR Nelson Agholor and UCF WR Breshad Perriman. Each player was selected four times.Mock Draft Breakdown (27 mocks)

WR:         14 (52%)
DE/OLB: 6 (22%)
DL: 3 (11%)
CB: 2 (7%)
RB: 1 (3%)
S: 1 (3%)**[

MOCK 1.0](**

MOCK 4.0
**MOCK 5.0**

Who do YOU think should be the pick? Let us know in the comments below.Leave your input in the comments section below.

Website (Writer)PickLatest MockLast Mock (Todd McShay)WR Nelson Agholor, USCApr. 223/30: WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri (Mel Kiper)OLB Bud Dupree, KentuckyApr. 93/5: OL La'El Collins, LSU
Houston Chronicle (John McClain)S Landon Collins, AlabamaApr. 234/16: OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska (Daniel Jeremiah)WR Nelson Agholor, USCApr. 203/18: WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State (Bucky Brooks)CB Kevin Johnson, Wake ForestApr. 233/30: CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest (Charley Casserly)WR Nelson Agholor, USCApr. 274/13: CB Marcus Peters, Washington (Charles Davis)WR Breshad Perriman, UCFApr. 284/15: RB Todd Gurley, Georgia (Lance Zierlein)WR Breshad Perriman, UCFApr. 224/8: CB Jalen Collins, LSU (Brian Baldinger)WR DeVante Parker, LouisvilleApr. 244/6: WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
Sports Illustrated (Peter King)WR Phillip Dorsett, MiamiApr. 284/1: CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
Sports Illustrated (Don Banks)OLB Shane Ray, MissouriApr. 164/9: CB Marcus Peters, Washington (Chris Burke)LB Shaq Thompson, WashingtonApr. 143/13: LB Shaq Thompson, Washington (Rob Rang)WR DeVante Parker, LouisvilleApr. 273/29: DE Shane Ray, Missouri (Dane Brugler)OLB Randy Gregory, NebraskaApr. 273/29: OLB Bud Dupree, Kentucky (Pete Prisco)OLB Shane Ray, MissouriApr. 22.3/24: OLB Shane Ray, Missouri (Will Brinson)WR Breshad Perriman, UCFApr. 223/23: OLB Shane Ray, Missouri (Pat Kirwan)NT Danny Shelton, WashingtonMar. 52/24: S Landon Collins, Alabama
Bleacher Report (Matt Miller)OLB Vic Beasley, ClemsonApr. 283/24: OLB Bud Dupree, Kentucky
Josh Norris (Rotoworld/NBC Sports)DL Arik Armstead, OregonApr. 254/14: LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA
Yahoo! Sports (Eric Edholm)RB Todd Gurley, GeorgiaApr. 163/24: RB Todd Gurley, Georgia (Peter Schrager)WR Nelson Agholor, USCApr. 133/23: DL Malcolm Brown, Texas
Optimum Scouting (Eric Galko)

CB Trae Waynes, Michigan StateApr. 233/25: NT Danny Shelton,

WR DeVante Parker, LouisvilleApr. 24/2: S Landon Collins,

DL Arik Armstead, OregonApr. 164/16: RB Todd Gurley, GeorgiaSB Nation (Dan Kadar)

WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona StateApr. 274/13: OLB Shane Ray, (Scott Wright)WR Breshad Perriman, UCFApr. 131/30: CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State

DraftTek.comWR Dorial Green-Beckham, MissouriApr. 274/15: DL Malcom Brown, Texas

Texans analyst and radio sideline reporter John Harris unveiled his top 100 prospects for the NFL Draft. (Photos courtesy of AP)

This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.

Related Content