Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow Meets with the Houston Texans at the NFL Combine
Patrick D. Starr
The Houston Texans have met with Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow at the 2019 NFL Combine. The Texans are on hand for the week to get a closer look at players to start and iron out their draft profiles moving towards the NFL Draft.
According to Houston SportsMap's Cody Stoots, Renfrow met with Texans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly to discussed his relationship with Deshaun Watson and the possibility to playing together in Houston.
At the Combine weigh-ins Renfrow checked in at 5-foot-10 and 184 lbs with 7 7/8 inch hands.
Originally a walk-on for the Tigers, Renfrow became a household name for his play for the program. Renfrow finished his career with 186 receptions for 2,133 yards and 15 touchdowns. He started 47 of the 55 game he appeared in. Finished his career fifth all-time with 186, he was able to post College Football Playoff records with 37 receptions and four touchdowns in seven career playoff games.
In 2018, Renfrow caught 49 passes for 544 yards and a touchdown. He was selected as the Burlsworth Trophy winner as college football's most outstanding player who began their career as a walk-on. Also selected as the Bobby Bowden Award winner as the Division I player who epitomizes dedication to faith, family, friends and football. Selected to 3rd-team All-ACC and voted a captain for the Tigers.
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