With pre-draft visits coming to an end across the NFL, the Houston Texans hosted former University of Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya at NRG Stadium.
Kaaya won the starting job with the Hurricanes as a true freshman and never looked back as a quarterback until he declared for the NFL Draft. Kaaya appeared in all 38 games in his career starting every game since 2014. In 2016, Kaaya threw for 3,250 yards with 27 touchdowns and 7 interceptions and set a career high with a 62% completion percentage. For his career, Kaaya threw for 9,686 yards with 69 touchdowns and 24 interceptions and that ranked him as the leading all-time passer in school history. His 69 career touchdown passes rank him third in school history.
With three different offensive systems in his career at Miami, questions arise if he can continue to grow as a player at the NFL level.
One of the few day one starters at the collegiate level entering the NFL Draft, Kaaya will have to work handling pressure inside the pocket to succeed at the next level.
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