Full checklist of Commanders’ pre-draft prospect conferences

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The NFL Draft is just days away and college prospects are making their final visits to team venues, including the Washington Commanders headquarters in Ashburn, Virginia.

The mock drafts are coming to a close. Analysts have filed their final prospect rankings. The NFL media have their bags packed for Las Vegas. College players are hoping for one final push to elevate their draft status with a few additional visits and/or private workouts. The last of the virtual visits via zoom are providing NFL front offices with one more vital piece of information. The 2022 NFL Draft is almost here!

Welcome to our annual prospect meetings extravaganza. For the last few months, we have gathered massive amounts of information and have compiled all of it for you to examine and study. The Washington Commanders have met formally and informally with 207 college prospects since early January and we are here to list all of them. We will also provide you with a list of the team pro days that Commanders scouts, team personnel, and coaches attended in recent weeks – there are 114 in all. We will also list when and where each prospect was contacted (labeled just after each name).

Let’s be honest here – we are probably missing a few names as it is nearly impossible to uncover every stone out there, but this list does represent what we currently know. Who will be drafted to play opposite Terry McLaurin? Will the Commanders find a middle linebacker to play next to Cole Holcomb and Jamin Davis? Let’s get right to it!

Full list of Commanders’ pre-draft prospect meetings

Offense Prospects (119)

Prospects Contacted, Interviewed, Visited

  • East-West Shrine game – EW
  • Hula Bowl – HB
  • Senior Bowl–SB
  • Combine–NFLC
  • HBCU Combine – HBCU-C
  • NFLPA – NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
  • Team Pro Day – TPD
  • Team Visit – TV
  • Virtual Visit (ZOOM) – VV
  • Private Workout – PW
  • Informal Meeting – IM
  • Commanders Local Day – CLD

Quarterbacks (15)

  • Jack Coan, Notre Dame – NFLPA (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Matt Corral, Mississippi (Ole Miss) – NFLC, TPD (IM), TV (Oxford)
  • Dustin Crum, Kent State – EW (IM), NFLC (IM)
  • Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan – NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Sam Howell, North Carolina – SB, NFLC
  • Cole Kelley, Southeastern Louisiana – NFLPA, IM), NFLC (IM)
  • D’Eriq King, Miami (FL) – EW (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • EJ Perry, Brown – EW (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh ¬– SB, NFLC, TPD (IM)
  • Brock Purdy, Iowa State – NFLC (IM)
  • Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati – SB, NFLC, TPD (IM)
  • Carson Strong, Nevada – SB, NFLC, TPD (IM), TV (In Reno), PW (In Reno)
  • Skylar Thompson, Kansas State – NFLC (IM)
  • Malik Willis, Liberty – SB, NFLC
  • Bailey Zappe, Western Kentucky – SB, NFLC, TPD (IM)

Running Backs (23)

  • Tyler Allgeier, Brigham Young (BYU) – NFLC
  • Tyler Badie, Missouri – SB (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Leddie Brown, West Virginia – EW (IM), CLD
  • Ty Chandler, North Carolina – EW (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Julius Chestnut, Sacred Heart – CLD
  • Jashaun Corbin, Florida State – EW (IM)
  • Kingston Davis, Miles College – HBCU-C (IM)
  • Tyrion Davis-Price, Louisiana State (LSU) – NFLC (IM), TV
  • Trestan Ebnar, Baylor–EW (IM)
  • Breece Hall, Iowa State – NFLC (IM), TPD (IM), TV
  • Zander Horvath, Purdue–EW (IM)
  • Keaontay Ingram, Southern California – EW (IM)
  • Jah-Maine Martin, North Carolina A&T – HBCU-C (IM)
  • Isaih Pacheco, Rutgers–EW (IM)
  • Clint Ratkovich, Northern Illinois – EW (IM)
  • Ronnie Rivers, Fresno State – EW (IM)
  • Brian Robinson, Alabama – TV
  • Abram Smith, Baylor – SB, NFLC, TPD (IM)
  • Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M – NFLC (IM), TPD, TV
  • Pierre Strong, South Dakota State – EW (IM), NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)
  • Calvin Turner, Hawaii–EW (IM)
  • Kenneth Walker, Michigan State – NFLC (IM), TPD (IM), TV
  • Kyren Williams, Notre Dame – NFLC (IM), TPD (IM)

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