Texas Tech offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark had 10 visits and 12 private workouts for teams in recent weeks, and has two more workouts this week with teams that pick in the back half of the first round, tweets Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. While Rapoport sounds bullish on Clark’s draft stock, I think the former Red Raider is more likely to come off the board late in the second round than late in the first.
Here are a few more Saturday odds and ends from across the NFL:
- Although Baylor defensive lineman Shawn Oakman technically doesn’t yet face any charges stemming from his arrest for an alleged sexual assault, his case is expected to be presented to a grand jury, and there won’t be any resolution before next week’s draft, as Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk details. Per Florio, some observers believe Oakman’s draft stock will be affected to such an extent that he won’t be selected.
- The Dolphins didn’t publicly announce their pre-draft visits with prospects, but Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald was able to confirm 20 of those visits, and notes that the previously-reported visit with USC safety/linebacker Su’a Cravens never materialized, due to a schedule conflict.
- Reports from The Associated Press and The Wichita Eagle provide the latest updates on free agent running back Joseph Randle, who has repeatedly run into legal trouble since being released by the Cowboys in 2015.
- Bryce Johnston of Over The Cap takes an analytical look at Josh Norman‘s new five-year deal with Washington, examining the expected contract value and concluding that the standout cornerback is unlikely to be released until at least 2019.