Six players were ejected for targeting during college football's opening weekend.
Although some experts believe Alabama T Cyrus Kouandjio has lost his opportunity at a Round 1 selection, ESPN's Mel Kiper assigns the Crimson Tide enforcer to the Panthers at No. 28.
ESPN's Mel Kiper wrote that Michigan T Taylor Lewan "could have graded out as the top tackle last year if he chose to enter the draft."
ESPN's Mel Kiper doesn't believe the Jaguars will pass on South Carolina edge player Jadeveon Clowney if he's still available at No. 3.
NFL Films' Greg Cosell believes Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater was asked to do a lot at the line of scrimmage, "which you don't see very often in college."
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack slotted No. 1 to the Texans in Mel Kiper's most recent mock draft.
Oklahoma State CB Justin Gilbert "solidified his status in the top half of the first round" by putting on "a standout performance" at Oklahoma State's Thursday pro day, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt.
Oregon RB/WR De'Anthony Thomas was "absolutely electric" Thursday at Oregon’s pro day, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt.
Texas Tech TE Jace Amaro ran a 4.69 second forty against the wind and 4.68 with the wind at Texas Tech's pro day event.
UCLA OG Xavier Su'a-Filo ran the forty in 4.97 and 5.07 seconds at the school's pro day event.
The Jets have been "all over" Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks, according to a source close to beat writer Rich Cimini.
Patriots staff members worked out Wyoming WR Robert Herron 1-on-1 after the school's pro day.