The Houston Texans are hosting Washington offensive tackle Kaleb McGary on a visit to Houston. The Texans are using one of their thirty visits on McGray who is considered one of the top options at offensive tackle entering the NFL Draft. The Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson first reported the visit between McGary and the Texans.
McGary checks in at 6-foot-7 and 317 lbs, and he took part in both the NFL Combine and the Reese’s Senior Bowl.
McGary played right tackle at Washington since he started his career with the Huskies. In 2018, he started 14 games and was named Pac-12 first-team all conference for his efforts. He also received first-team honors in 2017 after starting all 13 games at right tackle.
In four years with the Huskies, McGary appears in 53 games and started 47 of those contests at right tackle.
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