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Updates on Pac-12 NFL draft prospects

We're inching closer and closer to the NFL draft so why don't we check in on the seven Pac-12 players who were included in the first round of Todd McShay's most recent NFL Mock Draft?

No. 2 Marcus Mariota -- Tennessee Titans

On Tuesday, Mariota had his individual workout in Eugene with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Center Hroniss Grasu is along as well so Mariota can be under center, which, as we all witnessed at Oregon's pro day, was something kind of strange. Sounds like they'll be having a sit down meeting before hitting the field.

No. 4 Leonard Williams -- Oakland Raiders Williams is reportedly visiting the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday, along with a few other pass rushers. According to the Los Angeles Times' Lindsey Thiry, Williams has been out at quite a few USC practices this spring when he hasn't been traveling.

No. 12 Danny Shelton -- Cleveland Browns

All reports coming out of Seattle for the Huskies' pro day (including Ted Miller's) were positive. According to the Seattle Times' Adam Jude, Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider told Shelton, "Just take it easy on us when we play." NFL.com said Shelton had "a very good workout." And Cleveland.com sees Shelton going to the Browns, too. "Ranked last against the run a season ago," writes Chris Fedor, "the Browns get the powerful Shelton, a plug-n-play nose tackle to anchor their 3-4 defense."

No. 21 Andrus Peat -- Cincinnati Bengals

In addition to being back at Stanford spring practices it sounds like Peat was also visiting the Rams recently.

No. 22 Arik Armstead -- Pittsburgh Steelers

Armstead was in Eugene on Monday and according to Rotoworld he's visiting the Jags on Tuesday (so he'd be an addition to that group previously mentioned with Shelton).

No. 26 Jaelen Strong -- Baltimore Ravens

Strong was in Philly this past weekend according to Twitter and Instagram, but we haven't heard much else as far as any visits with teams.

No. 30 Marcus Peters -- Green Bay Packers

Like Shelton, Peters was a standout at Washington's pro day last week. Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar had a nice piece on Peters' return to Seattle and wrote that Peters "is rumored to be visiting about half the NFL's teams in the next few weeks."