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Houston Texans Drafted Wide Receivers

The Houston Texans have selected 13 Wide Receivers in their team history (15 drafts). The Texans have drafted 2 Wide Receivers in the first round. The highest drafted WR was Andre Johnson drafted in round 1 (#3 Overall) in 2003 out of Miami (Fla.). Some of the top drafted Texans Wide Receivers were DeAndre Hopkins drafted in round 1 in 2013 out of Clemson, Jabar Gaffney drafted in round 2 in 2002 out of Florida, Jacoby Jones drafted in round 3 in 2007 out of Lane, Jerome Mathis drafted in round 4 in 2005 out of Hampton and Keshawn Martin drafted in round 4 in 2012 out of Michigan State. View all of the Houston Texans drafted Wide Receivers throughout their history.
Houston Texans Drafted Wide Receivers
Year Round Selection Player College
2016 3 70   Jaelen Strong   Arizona St.
2016 5 175   Keith Mumphery   Michigan St.
2015 3 70   Jaelen Strong   Arizona St.
2015 5 175   Keith Mumphery   Michigan St.
2013 1 27   DeAndre Hopkins   Clemson
2013 6 195   Alan Bonner   Jacksonville State
2012 3 68   DeVier Posey   Ohio State
2012 4 121   Keshawn Martin   Michigan State
2010 7 227   Dorin Dickerson   Pittsburgh
2007 3 73   Jacoby Jones   Lane
2006 7 251   David Anderson   Colorado State
2005 4 114   Jerome Mathis   Hampton
2004 7 211   Sloan Thomas   Texas
2003 1 3   Andre Johnson   Miami (Fla.)
2002 2 33   Jabar Gaffney   Florida
 
 
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