The Houston Texans need a lot of help, and Nick Caserio’s crew has met with a handful of players so far.
An abysmal 4-13 season now behind them, Nick Caserio can finally now endure a more normal offseason with a new head coach to truly begin the Houston Texans’ return to glory. It all starts with the draft, and anyone who’s watched the NFL for more than a season knows how much of the future can be in the balance of one draft pick.
As of right now, the Houston Texans have hardly met with any players. Considering the vast amount of players that are invited, this is a small list for now.
- Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver, Arkansas
- Kayvon Thibodeaux, Defensive End, Oregon
- Malik Willis, Quarterback, Liberty
We know that Kayvon Thibodeaux has expressed his desire to play in Lovie Smith’s system. That’s probably a coincidence considering how Smith said defensive linemen should want to play for him during his own combine press conference just a day before Thibodeaux made that remark.
Could Houston Texans have Malik Willis in their sights?
With such a limited list of interviews/ visits made, they hold more weight. Malik Willis lit the combine on fire with an unreal throw and had many teams clamoring to see him in their respective uniforms on Sunday.
This brings the question of if Davis Mills really is the franchise guy. Out of nowhere, Mills has gotten attention from Colorado Sports Radio stations in terms of options to replace Drew Lock. On top of that, Treylon Burks could be paired with Willis if the Houston Texans can find a trade partner for Deshaun Watson.
This is going to be an updated list, so keep coming back each day to see who else has made the list.