Dillard will visit the Falcons on Monday, followed by a visit with the Chargers. Per Schefter, the Giants, Jets, Dolphins, Ravens, Titans, Panthers, Vikings, Jaguars, Bills, Texans, Bengals, Packers and Redskins have all either hosted Dillard for a visit or worked him out.
The Falcons hold the No. 14 overall pick in the first round and have a need at offensive tackle, while the Chargers would also be thrilled if Dillard slipped to them at the No. 28 pick.
Dillard, 6-5 and 315 pounds, has been a fast-riser during the draft process. He’s seen as a consensus first-round pick and one of the best pass-blocking tackles in this draft.
Dillard started every game at left tackle for Washington State for his final three years, 39 games in total.