- Jason Cole of B/R reports that there hasn’t been a lot of buzz about teams trading up into the top 10.
- There has, however, been some occasional talk about team possibly moving up for either Carson Wentz or Jared Goff.
- Overall, teams just don’t think it’s worth moving for anyone outside of the quarterbacks because the pool is deep enough where they feel as though they can still get a solid player later on.
Matt Miller of B/R, citing an NFL team scouting director, reports Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott is a lock to be selected on the second day of this year’s draft.
- According to Ian Rapoport, Ohio State receivers Braxton Miller and Michael Thomas worked out for the Titans last week, the Bengals evaluators on Monday, and the Ravens on Wednesday.
- Matt Miller continues to hear Michael Thomas is the Bengals’ No. 1 receiver on their draft board.
- Toledo WR Alonzo Russell and Tennessee WR Marquez North had private workouts for the Patriots. (Aaron Wilson)
- Aaron Wilson reports that Rutgers WR Leonte Carroo is visiting the Giants on Friday, Patriots on Monday, Dolphins on Tuesday, and Jets on Wednesday
- Temple WR Robby Anderson is working out for the Dolphins on Friday. (Aaron Wilson)
- Alabama CB Cyrus Jones worked out privately for Patriots on Thursday and will visit with the Steelers this weekend. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Seahawks will work out BYU TE Terenn Houk. (Aaron Wilson)
- Purdue OL David Hedelin met with the Patriots’ offensive line coach on Wednesday and will work out for them next week. (Aaron Wilson)
- Illinois WR Geronimo Allison visited with the Texans on Wednesday. (Tony Pauline)
- Aaron Wilson reports that Northern Illinois LB Perez Ford is visiting with the Chiefs.
- North Dakota FB Will Ratelle is visiting the Chiefs. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Chiefs are hosting Washington State DL Destiny Vaeao for predraft visit on Thursday. (Herbie Teope)
- Bart Hubbach reports that the Jets are “privately PO’d” that WR Brandon Marshall didn’t settle the nightclub case that’s currently in court before it became public.