Andy Reid loves his versatility on the offensive line and it appears that's one of the traits of Marshall offensive tackle Garrett Scott, who visited the Kansas City Chiefs per Aaron Wilson. Teams can work players out other places (like their campus) but team visits to the facility are just visits, not workouts.
Scott, 6'5 and 310 pounds, was voted to the second team all conference by the Conference USA coaches.
Scott played offensive tackle at Marshall but has some experience playing guard, something you saw in Geoff Schwartz last year and free agent signing Jeff Linkenbach this offseason. I'm not surprised the Chiefs would want their late round picks to play multiple positions.
The Chiefs have been using a lot of their pre-draft visits with players who are projected be picked late or go undrafted. They've also been using their visits on players with injury histories. Scott fits the bill -- he's a likely late round or undrafted free agent.