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PFT’s 2014 NFL Draft visit/workout report is up and running


As the 2014 NFL Draft approaches, we’re keeping tabs on prospect visits, workouts and meetings conducted by all 32 NFL teams. And to that end, we’ve compiled a working list of prospects linked to clubs that we’ll update until the draft begins on Thursday, May 8.

With every team talking to scores of draft-eligible players, it’s likely some workouts and/or visits haven’t made our original list. Moreover, a team won’t select many of the prospects with which it has contact before the draft.

Nevertheless, with the great interest in the draft, we offer the workout list as a resource for fans interested in how clubs are proceeding in the weeks leading up to the NFL’s annual selection meeting.

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3 Responses to “PFT’s 2014 NFL Draft visit/workout report is up and running”
  1. gbmickey says: Apr 17, 2014 8:13 PM

    With all the misdirection by NFL test this information is useless.

  2. tucobenedictopacificojuanmariaramirez says: Apr 17, 2014 8:43 PM

    Remember, in the NFL, April is for liars (and the first week of May). The top five spots in this draft are surely to change hands with one, if not two teams. I can see St. Louis trading down. Same with Oakland, if the guy they want isn’t there at #5. Deep draft in many positions and lots of value if trading down for more picks.

  3. andynormile says: Apr 18, 2014 7:14 AM

    Has anyone ever done an analysis of the % of these workouts and visits that lead to an actual draft pick ? And if a visit increases the chances of being picked by that team ?

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