COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel sure knows how to draw a crowd.
Representatives from every NFL team were on campus Friday to watch Joeckel and other prospects at the Aggies' pro day, including possible first-round pick Damontre Moore.
Joeckel has been projected by many to be the top overall pick in this year's draft after a junior season in which he won the Outland Trophy and was a consensus All-American. Most teams sent scouts or assistant coaches, but New York Jets coach Rex Ryan and Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen made the trek to College Station.
Joeckel will meet with the Raiders, who own the third pick, in the coming days and work out for the Chiefs, who pick first, on March 22.

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