The Houston Texans continued their pre-draft visits with a busy week of prospects arriving to Houston. The Texans had safety Josh Jones in for one of their thirty pre-draft visits the NFL allows.
What is a Pre-draft Visit?
the Texans, along with the other NFL teams are allowed 30 draft eligible players to visit the team’s home faculty or another location for a one-day physical examination. The players on these visits cannot be timed and tested. They can have interviews and written tests that the prospect can complete for the respective team.
Jones appeared in 13 games (13 starts) for the Wolfpack leading the team with 109 total tackles. He also had 4 tackles for loss, 8 passes defensed and 3 interceptions.
Measuring in at 6-1 and 220 lbs., Jones at the NFL Combine ran a 4.41 forty-yard dash, 20 reps on the bench press, vertical jumped 37.5 inches and had a broad jump of 132 inches.
Jones is considered an early day two prospect by draft analysts.
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