Penn State cornerback Joey Porter Jr. has a top-30 NFL Draft visit scheduled on Monday with the Philadelphia Eagles, reports NFL reporter Aaron Wilson.

Porter visited the Las Vegas Raiders today and the Washington Commanders on Monday and has upcoming visits with the Baltimore Ravens, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles, according to league sources.

While its not a huge surprise to hear the team doing its due diligence on the talented corner, it would be a surprise if the team took him with pick No. 10 after paying both James Bradberry and Darius Slay this offseason.

Each NFL team is allotted a maximum of 30 official visits, most teams will use those visits on players that they anticipate taking at some point in the draft, but also teams will use the meetings as a way to learn more about the player, even if they don't plan or drafting them.

Porter Jr. clocked in at 4.46-second 40-yard dash on his 40-yard dash at the combine back in Feb.


Overall, Porter should be a Day 1 starter capable of matching up with the bigger wideouts around the league.'s Daniel Jeremiah lists Porter the 20th overall player on its big board and the third rated cornerback in this year's class.

Over at, they also have Porter Jr. ranted as the No. 3 corner prospect in the draft class.

An NFC college scouting director remarked, "He's so long but moves really well in terms of short-area quickness and change of direction. It's pretty rare for his size."

He made 27 tackles (21 solo), 11 pass breakups and a fumble recovery in 10 games for the Nittany Lions last year.  He missed two games with appendicitis.

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