Adam Caplan of FOX Sports reports that California defensive end Cameron Jordan will visit the Falcons on April 3. Jordan is considered one of the premier defensive ends in this year’s class and is projected by some as a potential Top 10 pick.
He played exclusively in a 3-4 scheme at Cal, but has the athleticism and versatility to also potentially play in a 4-3. This past year, Jordan had 12.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. He is the son of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Steve Jordan.
You can click here to read a scouting report on Jordan.
Caplan also reported a week ago that Tennessee wide receiver Denarius Moore already worked out for the Falcons. Moore’s stock has been rising this off-season as he came on strong at the end of his senior season averaging over 100 yards per game in his final six games and then had a strong performance during the NFLPA All-star game in early February.
You can click here to read a scouting report on Moore.