Source: USC RB Keaontay Ingram Visited Texans

USC running back Keaontay Ingram visited the Texans this week, according to a league source.

Ingram, a Texas transfer and former Texas Mr. Football finalist from Carthage, has been popular with NFL teams during the draft process.

He has drawn the most interest from the Texans, Los Angeles Chargers and New York Giants.

He has also drawn interest from the New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals.

Ingram (6-foot, 222 pounds, 4.52 speed in the 40-yard dash) led the Trojans with 911 rushing yards and five touchdowns as he averaged 5.8 yards per carry and caught 22 passes for 156 yards in 10 games and seven starts while dealing with a rib injury last season.

An honorable-mention All-Pac-12 selection, Ingram rushed for 250 yards and one touchdown with 11 catches for 103 yards and one score before transferring from Texas.

He had 853 yards for the Longhorns and a 5.9 average as a sophomore and three touchdowns with 29 catches fo 242 yards and three touchdowns.

He rushed for 708 yards and three scores as a true freshman with 27 catches for 170 yards and two scores.

Ingram is a former Academic All-Big 12 selection and a former high school All-American, all-state and all-district selection who had two 2,000-yard rushing seasons and 76 career rushing touchdowns.

Aaron Wilson is a Pro Football Network reporter and analyst and a contributor to Sports Talk 790.

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