The word "draw" does mean "all men to salvation". Not that all will come, for many prefer sin (John3:19-20). But the Cross attracts all men, providing proof enough for belief to be saved (Acts17:31).I quoted
Joh 12:23 And Jesus answered them, saying, The hour is come, that the Son of man should be glorified.
There's no reason to go elsewhere. We will always have enough in the context if our interpretation and understanding is correct. He doesn't drag all men to salvation. He does drag all to his Judgment Seat that he obtained through his life, death, and resurrection.
"Draw" (according to the Lexicon) is also in Jn18:10 (Peter drew his sword) and Jn21:6 & 11 (they were unable to draw up the nets), Acts16:19 (very much "drew them FORCEFULLY into the marketplace"), Acts21:30 and James2:6.
The wording is "Jesus draws them to Himself" --- not "draws them to judgment". To-Himself, can only promote "salvation". No unrepentant sinner comes to Jesus.
This sounds like the Calvinistic interpretation, "Jesus draws all the PREDESTINED to Himself". Rather than the Scriptural "all-provision", and "believers-fulfillment" (see 1Tim4:10).He does drag all to his Judgment Seat that he obtained through his life, death, and resurrection.