Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports that the Falcons will fly out to Purdue today to conduct an on-campus workout of defensive end Ryan Kerrigan. Wilson first reported a week ago that the Falcons were to conduct a workout of Kerrigan. According to Wilson’s report, it also looks like the Falcons will bring Kerrigan to their own facility at some point next month to get another look at him. NFL teams are only allowed to put players through drills during on-campus workouts, but can bring in up to 30 non-local prospects to their own facilities to do non-on-field work such as film study and potentially to get a better assessment of the players character, personality, and mental traits.
Based on an interview that Virginia Tech cornerback Rashad Carmichael had with Wilson, the Falcons are among several teams that the corner has talked to and showed interest in him. Carmichael impressed at his pro day, showing his trademark speed and athleticism.
Wilson also seemingly confirms the confusion presented yesterday about whether the Falcons would look at Miami cornerback Brandon Harris in addition to DeMarcus Van Dyke. According to Wilson, Harris did also work out alongside Van Dyke while the Falcons were in Miami yesterday.