- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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We haven’t touched on it this season. But it’s a pet peeve of mine: Too many people attach too much significance to pre-draft visits.
The Titans had first-round receiver Kendall Wright, second-round linebacker Zach Brown, third-round defensive tackle Mike Martin, and fifth-round tight end Taylor Thompson to Nashville. That’s four of seven.
I didn’t get details directly from the other two teams, but I did some fishing around.
We could be missing a couple Houston or Indianapolis visits.
But based on what we know, the AFC South visit rate of draft picks this year was 38.7 percent.
We shall recall this next year when someone notes a visit before the draft as a telling sign of something.