The Houston Texans continue to evaluate as many offensive line prospects heading to the NFL Draft. The Texans have spent time and have gotten a closer look at Washington State offensive tackle Andre Dillard.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported a busy schedule for Dillard heading to the night of the draft and the Texans had shown interest in Dillard.
The Texans not only met with Dillard at the NFL Combine but they also brought him in for one of their 30 visits allowed by the NFL.
Checking in at 6-foot-5 and 315 lbs, Dillard is considered one of the top offensive tackles in the draft, especially in the pass protection department.
Starting at left tackle since his sophomore season for the Wildcats, Dillard appeared in 42 games starting 39 straight games at left tackle.
He was a two-time All-Pac-12 selecction, and he earned All-American honors his senior season.
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