ESPNDallas reports that Texas A&M outside linebacker Von Miller is scheduled to visit Valley Ranch on April 15. As a graduate of DeSoto High School, Miller does not count against the Cowboys quota of 30 national draft prospects that they can bring in for pre-draft visits.
Miller could come in during the "Dallas Days" that the Cowboys conduct annually for local, draft eligible prospects from colleges and high schools within the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Prospects from SMU and TCU would also fall under the 'local' category, as would graduates of local high schools like DeSoto, Southlake Caroll, Plano West, Kimball, Irving, Rowlett, Coppell and others. The "Dallas Days" delivered their share of Cowboys players in the past, with the likes of Patrick Crayton, Brandon Williams, Jacques Reeves, Stephen Hodge and most recently Bryan McCann and Dez Bryant.
Offensive guard Will Rackley also confirmed he has an invitation to Valley Ranch. The Lehigh graduate and offensive team captain played left tackle in college but projects as a guard in the NFL. His versatility has intrigued a lot of teams, and according to Draftace.com, he has visits lined up with the Browns, Cowboys, Rams, Chiefs, Dolphins, Lions, Jaguars, Patriots and Jets so far, which could see him going in the top 100 of the draft.
CBSsports ranks him as the fifth best guard, Wes Bunting has him graded tied for the sixth spot among guards