The Patriots held a private workout with Alabama's Nick Perry on Friday. (ESPN.com)

The Patriots held a private workout with Alabama’s Nick Perry on Friday. (ESPN.com)

With the 2015 NFL draft just one month away, the New England Patriots are all over the place.

And on Friday, one of those places was Tuscaloosa, where members of the organization held a private workout Alabama safety Nick Perry, according to Matt Zenitz of Al.com.

Perry was not invited to the combine in February, but participated in the College Gridiron Showcase All-Star game in January, as well as the Crimson Tide pro day earlier this month, where he ran a reported 4.62 40-yard dash.

The 6-foot, 205-pound defensive back was a fifth-year senior at Alabama in 2014, after being granted a medical redshirt following a shoulder injury two games into 2013.

He went on to play in all 14 games thenceforth, and served as a signal-caller in the middle of the Tide’s secondary while recording 80 total tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, five pass breakups and two interceptions.

Heading into this spring, Perry is projected as a possible seventh-round pick or priority free agent. He also has a workout scheduled with the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.