NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt is confident TCU LB Paul Dawson "can overcome his lack of speed and athletic ability to be effective at the next level."
CBS Sports' NFL Insider Pat Kirwan mentioned that he wouldn't be "surprised" if UCLA QB Brett Hundley "goes in the bottom of the first round."
Chicago Tribune's Matt Bowen believes Texas senior CB Quandre Diggs could be an option for the Chicago Bears and could "compete for a roll as a nickel or dime defender in Fangio's system."
The NFL will consider making changes to the drills prospects go through at the NFL Combine, according to Matt Birk.
On NFL AM, UCLA LB Eric Kendricks mentioned that he models his game after 49er's great LB Patrick Willis.
NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks has Georgia RB Todd Gurley going to the Seattle Seahawks at No.31, and believes he could be "Marshawn Lynch's understudy or replacement."
NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks believes that Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III could land with the Dallas Cowboys at No.27 and thinks he "would be a nice replacement if Demarco Murray leaves as a free agent."
One AFC scout noted "in theory" Clemson LB Stephone Anthony Combine performance "changes his scouting report from a two-down guy to a possible three-down linebacker."
One NFL scout told the MMQB's Robert Klemko that Oregon QB Marcus Mariota "did much better on the board than expected."
Draft insider Tony Pauline passes along word the Titans and Jaguars have shown "a lot of interest" in Missouri Shane Ray.
Oregon QB Marcus Mariota climbed five spots in Daniel Jeremiah's latest rankings and now sits at No. 7.
Stanford T Andrus Peat reminds Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar of D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Joe Thomas.
NFL Media's Bucky Brooks believes Oklahoma WR Dorial Green-Beckham "has the ability to develop into a Plaxico Burress-type playmaker as a pro."
West Virginia WR Kevin White reminds Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar of Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald.
TCU redshirt junior QB Trevone Boykin will undergo surgery in April to repair a fractured wrist.