Draft insider Tony Pauline reports "a number of GMs believe" the Rams will take Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews with the No. 2 pick if they can't trade down.
Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage notes that Texas A & M OT Jake Matthews can play all 5 OL spots.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Rams beat writer Jim Thomas selected Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews over Auburn OT Greg Robinson in a mock draft for the LA Times.
Two of three anonymously quoted NFL scouts in a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story expressed concerns about Texas A&M's Jake Matthews' future at LT.
ESPN.com's Mike DiRocco reports that Texas A&M T Jake Matthews visited the Jacksonville Jaguars last Thursday.
ESPN.com team beat reporter Vaughn McClure believes the Falcons will stay at No. 6 overall pick and select "one of the top three offensive tackles."
Texas A&M T Jake Matthews visited the Bills last week, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
An NFC personnel man said that this year's offensive tackle class is better than the 2013 version that saw three OTs picked in the top four selections.
According to St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Jim Thomas, the St. Louis Rams have shown "strong interest" in Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews.
NFL.com's Bucky Brooks agreed with a computer system that compared Texas A&M's Jake Matthews to two-time Pro Bowler Duane Brown.
NFL Films' Greg Cosell compares Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews to former teammate Luke Joeckel.
Rotoworld contributor Lance Zierlein says South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney, Buffalo OLB Khalil Mack, Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews and Auburn OT Greg Robinson could all go in the top-5.
Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews jumped from No. 8 to 5 in Daniel Jeremiah's most recent prospect rankings.
Texas A&M T Jake Matthews ran an official forty time of 5.07 seconds at the NFL Combine.