Harvey Langi could be a late round steal for the Houston Texans if they decide to draft him.
The Houston Texans met with BYU linebacker Harvey Langi at his pro day, according to Patrick Starr of State of the Texans.
The 6-foot-2, 251 pound Langi recorded 56 tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble during his final season at BYU.
Langi looked pretty good during the week leading up to the East-West Shrine game and also participated in the Reeses Senior Bowl.
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Here’s what Langi’s NFL draft profile says about him:
"Athletic, traits-based prospect who is behind with his fundamentals and instincts, but is still in the process of learning his position. Langi looks undraftable based on this season’s tape, but he played out of position for much of the season and could find more success once he can stay inside. A solid Shrine Game week and a good combine could land him on Day 3 of the draft and propel him into an NFL backup role."
Even though Langi didn’t look good this past season due to the fact that he was playing out of position, I would imagine at least one NFL team will be able to put him in the right spot to help him excel at the next level due to his athletic ability.
Langi could be nice option for the Texans as a coverage linebacker if they’re able to grab him in the seventh round or possibly as an undrafted free agent.