With less than three weeks remaining until the NFL draft, former Ohio State linebacker Jerome Baker is drawing interest from several teams, paying visits to three teams this week according to reports from Rotoworld's Josh Norris.
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NFL teams are only allowed to host 30 prospects each for pre-draft visits, so visits are typically for players who teams have serious interest in getting to know better and potentially selecting. Denzel Ward, unsurprisingly, has been the busiest Buckeye with pre-draft visits, traveling to spend time with five teams – including the Cleveland Browns and like Baker, the San Francisco 49ers – with selections in the top 12 overall picks of the draft, according to a report from NFL.com's Nick Shook.
Baker is projected in most mock drafts to be selected somewhere between the late second round and the fourth round.