Clemson LB Stephone Anthony's "take-on technique and play recognition will need to continue to improve, but he has explosive power at the point of attack and he has rare straight-line speed for his size," observed ESPN's Todd McShay.
William & Mary WR Tre McBride "does not show explosive speed, [but] he runs so smoothly that he lulls defenders into underestimating how much ground he is covering," writes NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
UCLA edge rusher Owamagbe Odighizuwa "is very similar to [MSU's Preston] Smith in that he is a strong run defender who could play either left defensive end in a 4-3 front or 5-technique in a 3-4 defense," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
NFL.com draft analyst Curtis Conway believes Oregon State QB Sean Mannion's pro-style experience makes him an undervalued draft commodity.
East Carolina WR Justin Hardy "is a fierce competitor with huge hands that attack the ball and rarely drop it," according to NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis says that the worst-case scenario for Miami is that the draft's top three receivers are all off the board when they get on the clock in Round 1.
Florida State WR Rashad Greene "is a skinny, slinky runner who has a deceptive change of speed that he uses well to screw with defenders both before and after catch and even as returner," notes NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
NFL Media draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah says Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett will slide because of the depth of this receiver class.
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah thinks the Vikings could take Georgia RB Todd Gurley in Round 1 if they trade Adrian Peterson prior to the draft.
Vanderbilt redshirt senior TE Steven Scheu "offers a prototypical frame for his position as well as soft, reliable hands," wrote CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Florida edge rusher Dante Fowler is "the most well-rounded edge defender in this class, with more bulk and strength than some of the others, to go with good explosiveness," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Vanderbilt redshirt junior OLB Stephen Weatherly "looks the part of an NFL prospect with broad shoulders and long limbs," wrote CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
ESPN's Todd McShay writes that he's "not as high on [Clemson edge rusher Vic Beasley] as some others are, because I didn't see any power element to his game on tape."
Kentucky edge player Bud Dupree "has elite physical tools and has the potential to develop into a productive pass-rusher," notes ESPN's Todd McShay.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Vanderbilt C Joe Townsend "may project best at right guard due to his lack of ideal athleticism and balance."