May 20, 2024

Texans Engage with 11 NFL Draft Prospects at Senior Bowl

Similar to their NFL counterparts, the Houston Texans are present at the Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, AL, actively assessing top talent available for the upcoming NFL Draft. Reports from John Crumpler and Cody Stoots indicate that the Texans have had discussions with at least 11 prospects during the event. This includes meetings with three wide receivers and three cornerbacks.

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Among the notable receivers are Ainias Smith from Texas A&M, Roman Wilson from Michigan, and Jacob Cowing from Arizona, all of whom bring substantial experience to the table. Of this trio, Wilson stands out, having played a key role in Michigan’s recent national title victory with his resilient playing style. Smith and Cowing boast a combined 10 years of experience, with Cowing impressively scoring 33 touchdowns over five seasons, including 13 in the last season with Arizona, and achieving back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. Smith, though slightly less productive, showcases remarkable versatility, accumulating over 3,000 all-purpose yards and 25 touchdowns in his five seasons, despite one season being shortened to four games due to injury.

On the cornerback front, both Kalen King and Quinyon Mitchell are regarded as late first to second-round picks, positioning them as top prospects in their position. The complete list of players the Texans reportedly met with includes WR Ainias Smith, WR Jacob Cowing, WR Roman Wilson, TE Theo Johnson, OT Patrick Paul, DE Darius Robinson, LB Payton Wilson, CB Quinyon Mitchell, CB Jarvis Brownlee Jr., CB Kalen King, and S Malik Mustapha.

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