So, the question is what are the chances that someone is willing to pay to trade up to get "their guy?"
The Giants (picking sixth and 17th overall) and the Redskins (15th) are both expected to consider quarterbacks in the first round, with NY seeking a successor for Eli Manning and Washington looking for an answer with Alex Smith's future clouded by a serious leg injury sustained last season. So will Ohio State pass rusher Nick Bosa, a potential No. 1 overall pick along with Murray.
As one would expect, there is a lot of hype surrounding Murray before the Arizona Cardinals make the first pick in the draft. And they presumably understand that if the Cardinals don't trade Murray, the most likely move is a trade down with a team that would draft Murray No. 1.
The 49ers would like to add a tight end to go along with George Kittle, and one logical option is just down the road from the team's Santa Clara complex. Clearly, they wouldn't be wasting time bringing him in if they were totally out on him. Because a team meets with a player means very little.
"Murray was one of the best players overall during the college season but has some question marks coming into the National Football League such as his size, standing at only 5'9" or so.
The Giants previously attended Oklahoma's pro day, where Murray put on a show.