FSU DT Eddie Goldman "played up to his five-star rating out of high school, is a scholar on football history and is good enough to become a notable chapter for some NFL team," wrote NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
"Goldman is one-man road block when he lines up his broad, 336-pound body on the inside," Cooney wrote. "The experience may have improved his quickness and range. As a tackle, Goldman's powerful legs and lower body allow him to collapse the pocket and prevent quarterbacks from stepping up." Though an ankle injury precluded Goldman from working out at the combine, "his positive personality in interviews was a plus for scouts/coaches concerned about one-game suspension in 2013 for violating team rules," Cooney passed along. Goldman, a 6-foot-4, 336-pound monster, posted 62 tackles (12 for loss) and 6 sacks across two seasons as a starter. "I can give you a little finesse now and again, but for the main part, I'm a tough, hard-nosed type of guy," Goldman said. Mar 15 - 11:49 PM