As we near the NFL Draft this May, it appears that the stocks of a few different prospects are on the rise. One of those prospects is Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who has seemingly recovered from his ACL injury and is ready to bounce back with a nice rookie season in the NFL.
The only question is which team will inevitably draft him and where will that be? According to NFL Network’s Albert Breer, the Detroit Lions, St. Louis Rams and Kansas City Chiefs are among a slew of teams slated to meet with Murray over the next week or so.
Among the teams that have met with Georgia QB Aaron Murray: Lions, Chiefs, Dolphins, Browns, Titans, Lions, Rams. Had his Pro Day yesterday.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 17, 2014
The Lions are the only real interesting team here as they have a quarterback and one they don’t plan on usurping anytime soon. The same can be said for Alex Smith but he’s further down the road than Matthew Stafford and getting Andy Reid’s hands on Murray early is a wise choice.
Murray is growing into a hotter and hotter commodity this offseason and his stock is continuing to rise.