The Houston Texans have met with Tennessee cornerback Cameron Sutton at the NFL Combine according to Jeff Ridson. The cornerback group at the NFL Combine is one of the deeper position groups at the combine leaving options for all three days of the draft to consider.
In 2016, Sutton appeared in 7 games an posted 19 total tackles and 1 interception and missed games due to an ankle injury he sustained against the Ohio. Sutton played cornerback and returned punts and kicks for the Volunteers making him a versatile player.
In four seasons at Tennessee, Sutton appeared in 45 games with 111 total tackles with 13 tackles for loss, and 7 career interceptions. Sutton posted 30 career pass break ups with 13 coming in the 2014 season. Sutton, for his career, averaged 14.6 yards a punt return and 21.5 a kickoff return.
Sutton is considered a second round prospects by CBS Sports.com
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