NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks believes that teams are willing to gamble on Georgia RB Todd Gurley's "talent and potential despite his lengthy recovery from a serious knee injury."
An NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Georgia RB Todd Gurley is "a top-10 talent, but he could easily go outside the first round because there's a lot of backs in this draft."
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."
Dr. James Andrews, who performed Georgia RB Todd Gurley's ACL surgery, said the ball carrier is six weeks ahead of schedule.
NFL teams aren't concerned by Todd Gurley's refusal to let Combine doctors examine his surgically repaired knee, reports DallasCowboys.com's Bryan Broaddus.
Georgia RB Todd Gurley refused Combine medical examinations on his knee, according to Mike Silver.
Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim said this year's RB class has "a couple... at the top [who] have a chance to be special."
Georgia RB Todd Gurley arrived at the Combine weighing 222 lbs at 6'0 5/8".
Georgia RB Todd Gurley is "a top-15 type of talent, but his durability is a major concern when projecting his long-term success in the NFL," ESPN's Todd McShay believes.
Mark Eckel spoke to one NFL scout who said "this is the best group of running backs I've seen from top to bottom" since he began evaluating.
NFL Network chief draft analyst Mike Mayock said "this running back class is one of the best in the last 10 years both because it has quality up top and depth throughout."
Georgia RB Todd Gurley "runs high but shows good vision and strength on inside runs, and he rolls over would-be tacklers when he gets into space," wrote ESPN's Steve Muench.
In CBS Sports' Dane Brugler's latest mock draft, he has Georgia junior RB Todd Gurley landing with the Dallas Cowboys with the No.27 pick.
Georgia junior RB Todd Gurley will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft, confirmed HC Mark Richt.