The Washington Redskins were scheduled to host Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck on a pre-draft visit Tuesday evening and Wednesday, a person with knowledge of the planned meeting said.
Luck’s visit comes on the heels of Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III visiting the team Monday evening and Tuesday, the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the team was not authorizing the public confirmation of its pre-draft visits.
Redskins officials declined to confirm that they hosted Griffin and Luck, saying they don’t announce their scouting trips or pre-draft visits.
The Redskins have the second overall selection in this month’s NFL draft and are widely expected to choose Griffin, the Heisman Trophy winner. The Indianapolis Colts have the top overall pick and are likely to take Luck.
Luck’s visit with the Redskins was first reported by ESPN, which reported that Luck was to arrive in the D.C. area from a visit in Indianapolis with the Colts.
Under NFL rules, each team is permitted in-house visits with 30 draft-eligible players. Players are not permitted to work out for teams during such visits.
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