“One hell of a player”: Former Texas A&M OL makes strides at Texans OTAs

HOUSTON – There’s a certain level of expectation among prospects making the leap from the SEC to the pros. As a first grader, more is expected.

The Houston Texans used six of their nine picks for SEC product in the April draft — two of which made the first round. LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. was the top pick at No. 3 overall, while Texas A&M offensive lineman Kenyon Green finished at No. 15.

Both Stingley and Green mentioned at the first press conference how playing in the SEC prepared them mentally and physically for life at the next level. New Texas offensive lineman AJ Cann can attest to that as well, especially in regards to the talent that’s on display in the trenches.

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