Todd McShay has the Texans going quarterback in his latest mock draft

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Mitchell Trubisky would be an ideal first round pick for the Houston Texans.

In his last NFL mock draft, ESPN NFL Draft expert Todd McShay had the Houston Texans taking Utah offensive tackle Garrett Bolles in the first round.

McShay has released his third mock draft of the offseason and this time he has the Texans using the 25th overall pick on North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

"The Texans are still in the mix for Tony Romo, but if they’re unable to land him, they’ll be in the market for a quarterback after trading Brock Osweiler last week. Trubisky would be good value here. I love his pocket presence and accuracy, but have concerns about some of the critical errors he made, including two bad interceptions versus Stanford."

Whether the Texans acquire Romo or not this offseason they need to draft a quarterback.

Romo can certainly help Houston next season, but they still need to find a franchise quarterback for the next 10 plus years.  Which is why there’s  a good chance general manager Rick Smith and the Texans’ front office may end up taking a quarterback in the first round.

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Trubisky is considered by some to be the top quarterback in this year’s class and there’s a chance he could go in the top-10.  Of course a lot can change between now and draft night and he could fall to the Texans.

Let us know in the comments section below what you think of Trubisky.