“I actually texted back and forth with him after we drafted him, just kind of a welcome to Houston and stuff,” Myers said Monday during the 12th Annual Houston Texans Charity Golf Classic. “I think he’s going to be a great addition to our line, wherever he ends up playing. A physical player like that, it’s going to be a lot of fun seeing him compete in training camp.”
Drafted with the first pick in the second round, the UCLA lineman “one of the most versatile players in the draft,” according to general manager and executive vice president Rick Smith. Su’a-Filo, who has played left guard, right guard, and left tackle, will compete for a starting spot at guard.
Su’a-Filo joins last year’s drafted offensive linemen, tackles
“As of right now, they’re just trying to put the best five guys on the field and that’s for every position,” Myers said. “I treat every single year like it’s my first and my last. I go into every training camp competing with whoever is competing with me. I think it keeps me fresh and young too.”