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The Houston Texans Worked Out Alabama's Cam Robinson

The Houston Texans worked out offensive tackle Cam Robinson.

The Houston Texans worked out Alabama offensive tackle Cameron Robinson last Friday in preparation for the draft. Also, the Texans will be bringing in Robinson on one of their 30-visits to NRG Stadium according to the Houston Chronicle. Robinson has received the workout and visit to take place next week, which is important for the Texans sitting late in the first round. With the Texans in need of a right tackle, Robinson is considered a day one prospect but there are questions if he is an offensive tackle or guard at the NFL level. 

Cam Robinson was tested in the SEC and started at left tackle for three seasons for the Crimson Tide. There is a good enough feel on how he would hold up against top end pass rushers with the talent that shows up in the SEC. Robinson would need to learn to play the right side and continue to hone his game but there is plenty to like about the 6'2", 322 lbs. offensive tackle. 

Robinson was a team captain for Alabama he started 43 straight games at left tackle and was named All-American. He was also selected at the Outland Trophy winner, given annually to the nation's top interior lineman. 

There is questions on Robinson's background with weapons and marijuana a possession charge last off-season. 

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