The Houston Texans have a visit lined up with Texas A&M offensive tackle Avery Gennesy, using one of their 30 draft prospect visits to bring him to Houston.
Originally starting his college career at East Mississippi Community College for two seasons, he 6-3, 318 lbs. tackle signed with Texas A&M in 2014. Earning the starting job at left tackle, Gennesy helped the Aggies offense to the 7th best offensive season in school history racking up over 5,000 yards.
Gennesy started left tackle in 2016 with a young group around him and he continued to a season that resulted in All-SEC honors. Some feel he could move to guard but see him as a tackle in the long run at the NFL level.
Gennesy was participated in the East West Shrine game.
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