NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney advises that Auburn C Reese Dismukes "needs to be drafted by a team that is looking for an alert technician rather than a brutish blocker."
ESPN's Mel Kiper notes that Auburn C Reese Dismukes "is still a likely Day 2 selection."
Auburn C Reese Dismukes "is a really smart, tough football player," said NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock.
Auburn senior C Reese Dismukes "was a highly decorated SEC center as part of Auburn's explosive offense, but his physical shortcomings were accentuated [at Senior Bowl] practice," wrote NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Auburn senior C Reese Dismukes accepted a Senior Bowl invitation.
Auburn senior C Reese Dismukes only allowed on hurry on 39 pass protection snaps versus Mississippi State, according to Pro Football Focus.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Auburn senior C Reese Dismukes is "best suited to a zone-blocking scheme."
NFL.com's Gil Brandt sees Auburn senior C Reese Dismukes as a potential top-50 pick in the 2015 draft.
Auburn junior C Reese Dismukes requested an evaluation from the NFL Draft Advisory Board.
Auburn sophomore C Reese Dismukes will play in Saturday's game against Mississippi State after missing the Tigers first game while under suspension.
Auburn starting sophomore C Reese Dismukes was arrested on Friday for public intoxication and has been suspended indefinitely.