Maryland cornerback Dexter McDougle worked out for the Ravens at their local prospects day at team headquarters Monday, and he'll travel to California later in the day for his official visit with the Oakland Raiders, according to a league source.
McDougle missed the final nine games of the season with a fractured shoulder blade, which limited him to medical testing and interviews with teams at the NFL scouting combine.
McDougle, who also has visits with the New York Jets, New York Giants and Detroit Lions, was able to participate in the Terps' Pro Day last week.
The 5-foot-10, 190-pounder ran the 40-yard dash between 4.43 and 4.48 seconds last week in College Park. He registered a 37-inch vertical leap and a 10-2 broad jump.
McDougle intercepted two passes against Connecticut in a game in September, returning one 49 yards for a touchdown. But he was lost for the season in that game.
McDougle had 71 tackles as a junior and three interceptions as a sophomore.
He was an Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection.
McDougle received the inaugural Dexter McDougle Ultimate Team Player Award at the team banquet for his leadership following his season-ending injury.
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