NFL scouting combine: WR, RB & TE prospects who’ve met with Texans

The Houston Texans continued to talk with multiple NFL draft prospects at the scouting combine in Indianapolis this week.

After meeting with several defensive line and defensive backs earlier this week, the team turned to the offense. Quarterback is not a need for the Texans after C.J. Stroud’s Rookie of the Year season, but Houston could look at adding tights ends, wide receivers or running backs at some point in the draft.

Here is the list of offensive skill position prospects who met with the Texans in Indianapolis.

Penn State TE Theo Johnson

Ohio State TE Cade Stover

Wisconsin RB Braelon Allen

Oregon RB Bucky Irving

Clemson RB Will Shipley

LSU WR Brian Thomas

Louisvile WR Jamari Thrash

Texas WR Xavier Worthy

Florida State WR Keon Coleman

Oregon WR Troy Franklin

UCF WR Javon Baker

Arizona WR Jacob Cowing

Florida State TE Jaheim Bell

Story originally appeared on Texans Wire