LSU offensive guard Ed Ingram, one of the most experienced interior linemen in the draft, visited the Texans, according to a league source.
Ingram was voted the top offensive lineman of the week for the American squad at the prestigious Senior Bowl all-star game.
Ingram, a 6-foot-4, 320-pound native of DeSoto, ran the 40-yard dash between 4.96 and 5.02 seconds at the NFL scouting combine.
Ingram was a second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection.
He played in 45 career games with 34 starts, 22 at right guard and 12 at left guard.
He blocked for 1,000-yard rusher Ty Davis-Price.
Ingram contemplated declaring early for the draft a year ago, but decided to stay in Baton Rouge.
Ingram has an 83 7/8 wingspan and 10-inch hands.
Ingram is known for being stout at the line of scrimmage and capable of anchoring at the point of attack and has displayed quickness and leg drive with sound blocking fundamental mechanics.
He's a former four-star recruit who chose LSU over Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas and