Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles impressed a contingent of NFL people, including Texans coach Bill O’Brien and general manager Rick Smith, at his pro day inside the Nicholson Fieldhouse.

Bortles (6-5, 232 at the combine) made every throw during a workout that lasted about 30 minutes.

“I was very impressed,” O’Brien said. “He made every throw I wanted to see, and he showed good footwork.”

O’Brien and Smith met with Bortles on Tuesday night.

“I like what he did,” Smith said. “I was very impressed with him.”

Former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski of ESPN graded Bortles’ pro day on a scale of 1-10.

“I give him a 10,” Jaworski said. “I think he smelled a little blood in the water considering (Louisville quarterback Teddy) Bridgewater had a subpar day.

“He was well prepared and did everything right.”