The Houston Texans continue to work on finding potential matches for their team moving forward and, at the Senior Bowl, they continue to look at prospects closer. The Texans met with Michigan defensive end Chris Wormley, who is considered one of the best edge prospects at the Senior Bowl.
Wormley was a three-year letterman who appeared in 50 games for the Wolverines, making 29 starts. He was selected as Michigan’s top defensive lineman the past two seasons, receiving the Richard Katcher Award.
Starting all 12 games in 2016, Wormley had 36 total tackles with 5.5 sacks and 7.5 tackles for loss. In his career, 31.5 stops of his stops went for a loss while he totaled 119 tackles and 17.5 sacks.
A potential fit at outside linebacker or edge presence, the Texans are constantly looking for pass rushers and Wormley can produce both in the run and pass rush departments.