It's been a debate lately of who the Houston Texans should take No. 1 overall in the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft in May: Should they go with the most pro-ready player in Jadeveon Clowney or pick a franchise quarterback like Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater or Blake Bortles?

Kurt Warner added his two cents on the topic recently. Warner, who works at NFL Network, commented on NFL.com's Bucky Brooks' latest analysis when he placed Manziel over both Bridgewater and Bortles as the top quarterback in this draft class.

Warner, however, remains concerned with Johnny Football based on his pocket passing and that he has only played two years of college football.

"I want a guy that wants to win regardless of what he does, and I think Johnny’s that guy. The problem with Johnny is that there’s still a lot of questions, and some of it is because he’s only played two years in college. We don’t know what he’s going to be," Warner said, per NFL.com.

"To win in the National Football League, you have to win in the pocket. You have to know what you’re seeing. You have to be able to make those throws first, and I just don’t think we have the body of work to say he’s that guy."

With that said, it's why he is picking Clowney over the Texas A&M graduate.

"I think Johnny Manziel is the guy that intrigues me the most, but I think  Clowney is such a rare, physical specimen, a guy that you’re not going to see very often in this business, and because I have a few questions about the quarterback position, I’d probably go that direction."


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