The Houston Texans hosted North Carolina wide receiver Mack Hollins at NRG Stadium with one of their thirty pre-draft visits. With pre-daft visits ending on Wednesday, the Texans will now be on the homestretch heading to the NFL Draft which starts on April 27th.
Hollins checks in at 6'3 and 221 lbs. and is considered a vertical threat to many that cover the NFL Draft. He had his 2016 season cut short due to a broken right clavicle that required surgery and limited him during the draft process. Hollins in his final season with the Tar Heels caught 16 passes for 309 yards and four touchdowns in only seven games. His best season came in 2015 when he only caught 30 passes but amassed 745 yards and eight touchdowns.
He was a special teams captain all four seasons at Chapel Hill and have 20 special teams tackles in his first three seasons. Hollins contributed on both punt and kickoff coverage teams and how the Texans value their roster, the speedy wide receiver is exactly what the Texans value in players.
Hollins clocked at 4.53 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.
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