Cardinals selected Florida OT D.J. Humphries with the No. 24 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden said he is "surprised [Florida T D.J. Humphries] is coming out" because he does "not see a lot of production."
CBS Sports' Rob Rang points out that Florida T D.J. Humphries' evaluation is complicated because he'll have to play at least 20 pounds heavier in the NFL than he did at Florida (285 pounds).
Florida T D.J. Humphries is "probably the best athlete of the O-line group," one NFL scout said.
Florida T D.J. Humphries "lacks the power you'd like to see in an NFL offensive tackle, but he may have the quickest feet and best overall agility in this class along with Cedric Ogbuehi," observes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Florida T D.J. Humphries is visiting the Lions on Thursday.
Florida T D.J. Humphries made his debut on Todd McShay's Big Board at No. 26 overall.
Florida T D.J. Humphries met with the Dolphins Monday and has "several more meetings on the schedule," reports CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
Florida T D.J. Humphries' "instincts are remarkable in one of the game's most difficult tasks -- pass blocking," wrote CBS Sports' Frank Cooney.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein projects Florida T D.J. Humphries as a "solid NFL starter" at left tackle if he's coached into improving hand technique.
Florida T D.J. Humphries is now the No. 23 overall prospect on Mel Kiper's Big Board.
Florida T D.J. Humphries will have dinner with Panthers OL coach John Matsko on Tuesday.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes that Florida T D.J. Humphries' "lower body athleticism" and "feet are awesome," but thinks he "still needs a lot of work."
Florida T D.J. Humphries has six visits lined up, according to NFL Media's Gil Brandt.