Alabama wideout Amari Cooper, widely regarded as the top receiver in the 2015 NFL draft, visited 10 teams in the top 12 picks, according to the National Football Post.
Cooper met with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 1), Tennessee Titans (No. 2), Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 3), Washington (No. 5), New York Jets (No. 6), Chicago Bears (No. 7), Atlanta Falcons (No. 8), New York Giants (No. 9), St. Louis Rams (No. 10) and the Cleveland Browns (No. 12).
The two teams in the top-12 grouping he did not meet with include the Oakland Raiders (No. 4) and Minnesota Vikings (No. 11).
The Raiders were the only team in the top 10 not to schedule a pre-draft visit with Cooper.
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Cooper, 20, checked in at 6'0 7/8" at the scouting combine, weighing in at 211 pounds. His 4.42 40-yard dash time was tied for seventh among draft eligible wide receivers.
The explosive wideout played three seasons at Alabama, racking up 3,463 receiving yards and 31 touchdowns, which included two 1,000-yard campaigns.
His 124 catches, 1,727 receiving yards and 16 receiving touchdowns in 2014 were all SEC and career highs.
Cooper averaged 15.2 yards per catch over his collegiate career.
He is competing with West Virginia's Kevin White to be the first receiver taken in the draft on Thursday, April 30.