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No Brandon Aiyuk trade attempt has surfaced yet, setting this situation apart from the Deebo Samuel ordeal of 2022. Samuel’s extension later that year complicates things for Aiyuk, who has had to wait longer for his extension eligibility as a former first-round pick. The 49ers have a notable visit scheduled as this storyline continues to develop before the draft. Western Kentucky wide receiver Malachi Corley visited team headquarters, according to Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz, just before the deadline for “30” visits this week.

Having played a key role in the Hilltoppers’ high-flying passing attack led by Bailey Zappe in 2021, Corley had a prominent role in the team’s offense over the past two years, each with 11-touchdown seasons. NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein compared Corley to Samuel, projecting him as a second-round pick. However, it is unlikely that he will be available by the time the 49ers pick at No. 63. With significant expenses at three other skill positions (and Brock Purdy eligible for an extension in 2025), San Francisco faces a big decision with Aiyuk looming.

Here are the latest updates from the draft:

  • The Giants are facing a crucial decision at No. 6 between a quarterback or wide receiver, but they recently brought in some first-round prospects who play other positions. Offensive tackle Joe Alt and edge rusher Dallas Turner visited the team, as reported by the New York Post’s Paul Schwartz. Turner is unlikely to be drafted due to the acquisitions of Brian Burns and Kayvon Thibodeaux, but the Giants may consider Alt. However, Alt would likely need to switch to right tackle, and there are reports that the team is not giving up on keeping 2022 No. 7 overall pick Evan Neal at tackle.
  • After recovering from a broken fibula suffered in November, cornerback Cooper DeJean worked out and visited a few teams. DeJean met with the Bills previously, and NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport notes that the Seahawks, Steelers, and Eagles hosted him for “30” visits before the deadline. The Lions and Vikings also brought in cornerback Terrion Arnold for pre-draft visits, as reported by NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero on Twitter. Arnold, the top cornerback on Daniel Jeremiah’s NFL.com big board, has met with multiple teams during the draft process.
  • Edge rusher Chop Robinson from Penn State, who impressed with a 4.49-second 40-yard dash at the Combine, visited the Bears and Commanders before the visit season ended, according to Rapoport. The Commanders, in need of defensive end help after trading Montez Sweat, hold the No. 40 pick acquired in that trade. The Seahawks also met with quarterbacks Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr., with South Carolina QB Spencer Rattler visiting Seattle and other teams before the deadline.

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