You know Rich that visiting players on Pro Day or bringing them in for a personal visit has no correlation with actually being drafted. The Giants will tell you they are completing Draft grades.
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You're correct about team visits. Players brought in for visits are usually there because the team still has some questions or blanks that need to be filled in. Between the Senior Bowl, college Pro Days and the Combine most prospects have been interviewed and scouted pretty well.
On the other hand, where Jerry Reese decides to visit may be more telling. This time of year Jerry Reese is a busy man and travel takes time out of that busy schedule. When this former scout decides to go to a college to get a first-hand view, one can assume the team has more than a casual interest. That's assuming Jerry isn't playing games and making decoy visits in an attempt to put up a smoke screen as to the team's intentions.
Jerry Reese when they drafted Ereck Flowers
Q: Did you go check him out personally at his pro day? What did you see when you were down there?
A: I did go to the pro day and I saw a big guy. There were 32 teams there and probably 10-12 offensive line coaches, and they put him through a lot of drills. It was hot down there and he stayed out there and he went through every drill and never complained a bit. He did an outstanding job down there.