USC Trojans wide receiver Robert Woods has been busy in the weeks before the 2013 NFL Draft, as Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that he has had visits with the Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.
Woods, 21, is considered a fringe first-round talent by some, but is the No. 48 player on the player rankings from SB Nation's Dan Kadar. To earn a spot in the top 32 selections, Woods would likely have to be selected before Keenan Allen, Cordarrelle Patterson or DeAndre Hopkins.
At 6'0, 201 pounds with 4.42 speed, Woods isn't overwhelmingly big or fast, but he has adequate measurables in both. He pales in comparison to a player like Patterson, though, who clocked a 4.33 40-yard dash at 6'2, 216 pounds.
However, Woods was extremely productive during his time with the Trojans, racking up 1,292 yards receiving and 15 touchdowns in his sophomore season in 2011 before the emergence of All-American receiver Marqise Lee in 2012 stole the spotlight away from Woods.
The Vikings and Colts both sit at the tail end of the first round after playoff seasons in 2012, while the Eagles and Jets could be in the market for Woods with their second round selections at No. 35 and No. 39 overall.