2019 #23 Houston Texans – Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State

South offensive tackle Tytus Howard of Alabama State (58) blocks against North defensive end L.J. Collier of TCU (91) in the first quarter of the Senior Bowl.Photo: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

From the 2019 NFL Draft Bible (click here to purchase)

OUTLOOK: A high school quarterback who began his college career as a 225-pound walk-on tight end, Howard was talked into practicing with the offensive line on his first day of practice and nearly 100 pounds later, is now one of the top offensive tackle prospects for the upcoming draft. He experienced a four-inch growth spurt as a freshman and played primarily at right tackle for the Hornets. Ironically, he was nicknamed “Weenie” growing up back home but he doesn’t hear that no more because the buzz he created during the Senior Bowl was deafening. Don’t be surprised to hear Howard’s name called during the first two days.

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