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Silver Minings: Syracuse cornerback Trill Williams among Raiders pre-draft visits

A look at Las Vegas’ prospect visits so far

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There has been very little talk about the Las Vegas Raiders’ pre-draft visits. As it turns out, there have been just a few of them that have emerged.

According to Walter Football, the Raiders have met with three players, all of them virtually. Of course, the Raiders are surely visiting with more prospects, but the team has managed to keep them quiet so far.

The three players Las Vegas has reportedly talked to are: Syracuse cornerback Trill Williams, Central Florida tight end Jacob Harris, and Iowa wide receiver Ihmir Smith-Marsette.

I honestly never put much stock in pre-draft visits, when teams attend pro days or when they interview players at the combine. All teams do their due diligence. Clearly, the Raiders have interest in these three players, but that certainly doesn’t mean they will draft all — or any — of them.

But seeing the names is kind of fun, isn’t it?

In other Raiders links:

  • Safety look: The Las Vegas Review-Journal has a look at safeties they Raiders could take in the draft.
  • Marquette wants back in: Former Raiders’ punter Marquette King wants another job and he deserves one,
  • Linebacker look: The Athletic looks at linebackers who could fit the Raiders.