Quarterback Johnny Manziel was scheduled to meet with the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday night and Monday, according to an ESPN report.

The Raiders have the No. 5 pick in next month's NFL draft. Manziel is one of a handful of quarterbacks considered worthy of a first-round selection, along with Central Florida's Blake Bortles, Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and Fresno State's Derek Carr.

Teams can host up to 30 draft-eligible players before the selections begin, and ESPN said Manziel is making several visits. The network said he has met with the New England Patriots but did not indicate what other clubs are on his visit list.

Former Texas A&M football quarterback Johnny Manziel greets fans during halftime of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game
Former Texas A&M football quarterback Johnny Manziel greets fans during halftime of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game between Wisconsin and Kentucky Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) ( David J. Phillip )

Manziel is rated the 20th-best prospect in the NFL draft by ESPN, which has him projected to go eighth overall to the Minnesota Vikings in its latest mock draft.

Oakland already found a starting quarterback for the 2014 season when it traded with the Houston Texans for Matt Schaub last month. However, Schaub will be 33 this year, and the Raiders feel they need to find a long-term solution at a position that has been in flux for the past decade or so. The Raiders also have quarterbacks Terrelle Pryor, Matt McGloin and Trent Edwards on their roster.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen was one of eight head coaches who attended Manziel's pre-draft workout at Texas A&M last month. Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson and quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo also watched Manziel at the workout.

Manziel won the Heisman Trophy in 2012 as a freshman and turned in another impressive season in 2013 before deciding to turn pro.