The NFL Draft is just over a week away, and the Houston Texans have yet to tip their hand on which player they will take with the No. 1 overall pick, that is if they don't trade it, as some reports have speculated.

What we do know is that the Texans will take a quarterback, according to head coach Bill O'Brien earlier in the offseason, however it is not known if they will do so with the top pick or later in the draft.

Johnny Manziel's name is floating around again, especially if Houston does indeed trade down and the former Aggie is still sitting in the green room at whatever pick the team moves down to.

Of course Jadeveon Clowney is still one of the most popular picks, but the Texans are still seemingly not completely sold on him, so it seems anyways. However, if they do take a chance on Clowney, who is being touted as the most talented athlete in the draft by many, some discussion is that former Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater could still be waiting for his name to be called when the Texans get to make the first pick in the second round of the draft.

Bridgewater's stock has fallen drastically since his reported lackluster pro day, but could be a draft-day steal if he does indeed fall into Houston's lap at the 33rd pick as the draft resumes on Friday.