March 20, 2018

Texans Have Plenty of Wide Receiver Options

 “We need another playmaker (at receiver). We want more speed at receiver. Andre (Johnson) had a great year, but we can’t expect him to carry the load for all the receivers.”

Houston Texans Owner, Bob McNair


It is that time of year where Houston Texans fans will start clamoring to find out who might be the next draft pick of the hometown team. We helped out and put together the top wide receivers of this 2013 NFL draft that are considered to be picks in the top two rounds.

There are plenty of wide receivers that could fit the Texans mold, but more importantly give the team that added weapon opposite of Andre Johnson. Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee), who is considered the top wide receiver in the class, “should” be gone before the Texans pick at #27 in the first round so we did not include him in the potential pick(s) for the Texans.

Take a look at the crop of young wide receivers that can help Texans with a simple card sent up to the podium in two months.


Top Wide Receivers (1st to 2nd round grades)



Height: 6-4 Weight: 196 lbs. Arm Length: 33 1/4 inches Hands: 9 3/8 inches


Height: 6-2 Weight: 217 lbs. Arm Length: 32 3/4 inches Hands: 9 1/2 inches


Height: 6-1 Weight: 214 lbs. Arm Length: 33 3/8 inches Hands: 10 inches


Height: 5-8 Weight: 174 lbs. Arm Length: 30 inches Hands: 9 1/8 inches


Height: 6-0 Weight: 204 lbs. Arm Length: 32 7/8 inches Hands: 9 3/8 inches


Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 lbs. Arm Length: 31 1/4 inches Hands: 8 3/4 inches


Height: 6-0 Weight: 201 lbs. Arm Length: 31 inches Hands: 9 1/4 inches


Height: 5-11 Weight: 189 lbs. Arm Length: 32 3/4 inches Hands: 9 1/8 inches

Did Not Work-out at NFL Combine


Keenan Allen, California

Height: 6-2 Weight: 206 lbs. Arm Length: 32 3/4 inches Hands: 10 inches


Aaron Dobson, Marshall

Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lbs. Arm Length: 33 inches Hands: 9 inches



Who is the best fit for the Texans? Let us know in the comment section. 


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