2022 NFL Draft Top-30 Visits Tracker: Prospects Treylon Burks and Chris Olave visit with the Cowboys

Pro Football Network's 2022 NFL Draft Top-30 Visits Tracker has each NFL team's official visits listed with draft-eligible prospects.

With the 2022 NFL Draft scheduled to begin on April 28, 2022, college prospects have all but finished their pro days and are now starting to visit NFL teams. Each team is allowed to host up to 30 draft-eligible players (called top-30 visits) for interviews and medical evaluations but can speak with even more if they attend a local college.

2022 NFL Draft Visits Tracker: Where are prospects spending their time with top-30 visits?

Pro Football Network‘s 2022 NFL Draft Visits Tracker has each team’s official top-30 visits in one easy-to-digest place. Make sure to continue to check back regularly as we update throughout the offseason.

Arizona Cardinals

  • Kenyon Green, G
    Texas A&M
  • Isaiah Likely, TE
    Coastal Carolina
  • Brian Robinson, RB
    Alabama

Atlanta Falcons

  • Jaylon Jones, DB
    Mississippi
  • Sam Howell, QB
    North Carolina
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE
    Oregon
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia

Baltimore Ravens

  • Cam Taylor-Britt, CB
    Nebraska
  • D’Eriq King, QB
    Miami
  • Derion Kendrick, CB
    Georgia
  • Jalen Pitre, DB
    Baylor
  • Joey Blount, S
    Virginia
  • Trevor Penning, OT
    Northern Iowa
  • Zamir White, RB
    Georgia

Buffalo Bills

  • Andrew Booth Jr., CB
    Clemson
  • Dylan Parham, G
    Memphis
  • Isaiah Spiller, RB
    Texas A&M
  • James Cook, RB
    Georgia
  • Lewis Cine, S
    Georgia
  • Nicolas Petit-Frere, OT
    Ohio State

Carolina Panthers

  • Bailey Zappe, QB
    Western Kentucky
  • Desmond Ridder, QB
    Cincinnati
  • Kenny Pickett, QB
    Pittsburgh
  • Malik Willis, QB
    Liberty
  • Matt Corral, QB
    Ole Miss
  • Rasheed Walker, OT
    Penn State
  • Sam Howell, QB
    North Carolina

Chicago Bears

  • Chris Oladokun, QB
    South Dakota State
  • Esezi Otomewo, DE
    Minnesota

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Alontae Taylor, CB
    Tennessee
  • Joey Blount, S
    Virginia

Cleveland Browns

  • Greg Dulcich, TE
    UCLA
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Christian Watson, WR
    North Dakota State

Dallas Cowboys

  • Jalen Wydermyer, TE
    Texas A&M
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Cade Otton, TE
    Washington
  • Quay Walker, LB
    Georgia
  • Myjai Sanders, DE
    Cincinnati
  • Cameron Jurgens, C
    Nebraska
  • Perrion Winfrey, DT
    Oklahoma
  • DeMarvin Leal, DE
    Texas A&M
  • Jeremy Ruckert, TE
    Ohio State
  • Joshua Ezeudu, OT
    North Carolina
  • Markquese Bell, S
    Florida A&M
  • Devin Harper, LB
    Oklahoma State
  • James Houston, LB
    Jackson State
  • DaRon Bland, CB
    Fresno State
  • Luiji Vilain, DE
    Wake Forest
  • David Anenih, DE
    Houston
  • Dawson Deaton, C
    Texas Tech
  • Chris Olave, WR
    Ohio State

Denver Broncos

  • Abraham Lucas, OT
    Washington State
  • Cameron Jurgens, C
    Nebraska
  • Chad Mumu, LB
    Wyoming
  • Cole Strange, G
    Chattanooga
  • Cordale Flott, CB
    LSU
  • D’Eriq King, QB
    Miami
  • Dylan Parham, G
    Memphis
  • Isaih Pacheco, RB
    Rutgers
  • Shermari Jones, RB
    Coastal Carolina
  • Nick Grant, DB
    Virginia
  • Tyler Smith, OT
    Tulsa

Detroit Lions

  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Aidan Hutchinson, DE
    Michigan
  • Ikem Ekwonu, OT
    NC State
  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati
  • Tay Martin, WR
    Oklahoma State
  • Nakobe Dean, LB
    Georgia
  • Ali Fayad, LB
    Western Michigan
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE
    Oregon
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia

Green Bay Packers

  • George Pickens, WR
    Georgia
  • Sam Williams, DE
    Ole Miss
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Tyquan Thornton, WR
    Baylor
  • Velus Jones, WR
    Tennessee

Houston Texans

  • Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE
    Michigan
  • D’Eriq Kings, QB
    Miami
  • Ikem Ekwonu, OT
    NC State
  • Terrel Bernard, LB
    Arkansas
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • EJ Perry, QB
    Brown
  • Jameson Williams, WR
    Alabama
  • Kaiir Elam, CB
    Florida
  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati

Indianapolis Colts

  • Esezi Otomewo, EDGE
    Minnesota
  • Cordale Flott, CB
    LSU
  • Tariq Woolen, CB
    Texas-San Antonio

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE
    Michigan
  • Ikem Ekwonu, OT
    NC State
  • Percy Butler, S
    Louisiana
  • Quay Walker, LB
    Georgia
  • Rasheed Walker, OT
    Penn State
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia
  • Trey McBride, TE
    Colorado State
  • Tyler Smith, OT
    Tulsa
  • Zachary Carter, DE
    Florida

Kansas City Chiefs

  • George Pickens, WR
    Georgia
  • DeVonte Wyatt, DT
    Georgia

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Cordale Flott, CB
    LSU
  • Danny Gray, WR
    SMU
  • DeVonte Wyatt, DT
    Georgia
  • Esezi Otomewo, DE
    Minnesota
  • Marcus Jones, CB
    Houston
  • Tariq Woolen, CB
    Texas-San Antonio
  • Jayden Peevy, DL
    Texas A&M

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Joey Blount, S
    Virginia

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams’ top-30 visits will be updated when more information becomes available.

Miami Dolphins

  • James Cook, RB
    Georgia
  • Channing Tindall, LB
    Georgia
  • Cole Strange, G
    Chattanooga
  • D’Eriq King, QB
    Miami

Minnesota Vikings

  • Danny Gray, WR
    SMU
  • Jack Jones, CB
    Arizona State
  • Kerby Joseph, S
    Illinois
  • Percy Butler, S
    Louisiana
  • Rasheed Walker, OT
    Penn State
  • Romeo Doubs, WR
    Nevada
  • Tay Martin, WR
    Oklahoma State
  • Marcus Jones, CB
    Houston

New England Patriots

  • Andrew Booth Jr., CB
    Clemson
  • D’Eriq King, QB
    Miami
  • Kenyon Green, G
    Texas A&M
  • Marcus Jones, CB
    Houston

New Orleans Saints

  • Andrew Booth Jr., CB
    Clemson
  • Christian Harris, LB
    Alabama
  • Dameon Pierce, RB
    Florida
  • Sam Howell, QB
    North Carolina

New York Giants

  • Aidan Hutchinson, DE
    Michigan
  • Ikem Ekwonu, OT
    NC State
  • Cordale Flott, CB
    LSU
  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati
  • Nik Bonitto, LB
    Oklahoma
  • Lewis Cine, S
    Georgia
  • James Cook, RB
    Florida State
  • Breece Hall, RB
    Iowa State
  • Sam Howell, QB
    North Carolina
  • Evan Neal, G
    Alabama
  • Kenny Pickett, QB
    Pittsburgh
  • Brian Robinson Jr., RB
    Alabama
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia
  • Malik Willis, QB
    Liberty

New York Jets

  • Aidan Hutchinson, DE
    Michigan
  • Chris Olave, WR
    Ohio State
  • DeVonte Wyatt, DT
    Georgia
  • Garrett Wilson, WR
    Ohio State
  • Jameson Williams, WR
    Alabama
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE
    Oregon
  • Ikem Ekwonu, OT
    NC State
  • Isaiah Likely, TE
    Coastal Carolina
  • Perrion Winfrey, DT
    Oklahoma
  • Travon Walker, DE
    Georgia
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati
  • Lewis Cine, S
    Georgia

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati
  • Andrew Booth Jr., CB
    Clemson
  • DeVonte Wyatt, DT
    Georgia
  • Jalen Pitre, S
    Baylor
  • Jesse Luketa, LB
    Penn State
  • Jordan Davis, DT
    Georgia
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE
    Oregon
  • Marcus Jones, CB
    Houston
  • Matt Corral, QB
    Ole Miss
  • Perrion Winfrey, DT
    Oklahoma

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers’ top-30 visits will be updated when more information becomes available.

San Francisco 49ers

  • Zachary Carter, DE
    Florida

Seattle Seahawks

  • Ahmad Gardner, CB
    Cincinnati
  • Cole Strange, G
    Chattanooga
  • Desmond Ridder, QB
    Cincinnati
  • Percy Butler, S
    Louisiana

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Cole Strange, G
    Chattanooga
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Kerby Joseph, S
    Illinois
  • Malik Davis, RB
    Florida
  • Nicolas Petit-Frere, OT
    Ohio State
  • Roger McCreary, CB
    Auburn

Tennessee Titans

  • Jalen Wydermyer, TE
    Texas A&M
  • Skyy Moore, WR
    Western Michigan
  • Treylon Burks, WR
    Arkansas
  • Trey McBride, TE
    Colorado State
  • Malik Willis, QB
    Liberty
  • Marcus Jones, CB
    Houston
  • Nicolas Petit-Frere, OT
    Ohio State

Washington Commanders

  • Jalen Wydermyer, TE
    Texas A&M

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