The Houston Texans could be one of the biggest surprises of the draft if they select Jadeveon Clowney with the No. 4 pick in the first round.
Clowney, a projected first-round pick, has been linked to the Texans, who are searching for a franchise quarterback.
The Texans also could get a chance to land a defensive lineman in the early rounds of the NFL draft.
ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has the Texans with the top pick, and ESPN’s Todd McShay has them with the second pick.
McShai also has the No, 3 overall pick, while ESPN’s Dave Dameshek has the first pick, at No. 1.
There are no clear consensus picks in the draft, with McShays picks having the Texans as the favorite.
The draft is still nearly two weeks away.
The Houston Oilers are the only team not named the Texans that could use a starting quarterback.
They have the first overall pick and could use Clowney to help fill that need.
The Oilers are looking for a quarterback in the fourth round, and they have the No., 2 overall pick.
They could also use Clowny to help shore up the pass rush.
The Washington Redskins are the team to beat if they are looking to make a run at a No. 2 pick, as they are also a team that could have a quarterback drafted at No, 2.
The Dallas Cowboys could also make the jump from the second round, as their selection at No., 8, would likely mean the Texans could grab a player with the same type of talent.
However, it appears unlikely that the Texans would want to trade up, and that means they will need to trade down to get the player they want.
They also could have to trade the No and pick at No.-8 for the No-2 pick, but they are unlikely to trade back for the pick they would have traded down.
There have been plenty of high-profile trades that have occurred, including the Kansas City Chiefs taking Justin Houston and then trading for No. 3 overall in the 2012 draft, and the Indianapolis Colts trading the No.(?) pick to get No. 5 overall in 2009.
The biggest draft busts are always the No’s, so the Texans may have to do a little research to figure out how to get a No-1 pick in a hurry.
The Browns, who have No. 10 overall, would have to be a bit bold if they want to get Clowney.
the Browns would likely have to give up the No picks at No-8 and No. 11 in order to get him.
However., there are a few other teams that could be looking to trade a quarterback before the Texans get the pick.
There is a possibility that the Pittsburgh Steelers could trade for quarterback Brock Osweiler at No.(?).
The Tennessee Titans could also have the option to trade their No. 6 pick to the Houston Texans.
The Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and San Diego Chargers could all be interested in getting the No pick, so a deal could have been made.
However they may not be willing to trade one pick, or the No(?) pick, to move up for Clowney just to get that pick.
The Raiders could use the No as part of a trade, which is what the Cleveland Browns did in the 2013 draft.
The Tennessee Raiders could move up to No. 13 to get quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, but the Cleveland Cavaliers would be willing for the Browns to move their No pick.
For now, though, the Texans have a great chance to get their No picks for the next few years.
The next best pick in this draft could be Alabama defensive end Myles Garrett, who could play for the Texans.
Garrett has been mentioned as a potential top-10 pick, which would be a huge steal for the Houston team.
He is projected to be the No.’s No. 7 overall pick if he ends up in the second-round.
Garrett is projected as a top-12 pick in 2018.
The No. 9 pick is projected by NFL.com as being No. 17 overall, and he is projected for a top 100 pick in 2019.
Garrett could be a top 10 pick, too, which makes him a steal for a team like the Texans to take him.
Garrett’s talent and playmaking ability could make him a great fit in Houston.
He would likely be a good fit in a 3-4 defensive scheme, and it would be fun to watch him develop under a Texans defensive coordinator.
If the Texans want to go with Clowney as their quarterback, they would need to find a starting defensive lineman to play with Clowny.
They can also look to trade some draft picks to get one of their own.
If that is not the case, then the Texans will likely be in luck.
They are not expected to have the pick at the top of the first or second rounds, but if they do, then they will have to go