Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, the Redskins would like to trade down in Rd. 1 and take West Virginia S Karl Joseph.
NBC Sports' Mike Florio hears that West Virginia S Karl Joseph is "currently expected" to be drafted in the first round.
ESPN's Steve Muench compares West Virginia S Karl Joseph to Earl Thomas.
West Virginia S Karl Joseph visited or will visit the Cowboys, Vikings, Broncos, Bengals, Steelers, Giants, Texans and Colts, according to Aaron Wilson.
ESPN's Todd McShay would use an early Rd. 2 pick on West Virginia S Karl Joseph.
Rotoworld's Josh Norris ranks West Virginia S Karl Joseph as the No. 59 overall prospect in the NFL Draft.
West Virginia S Karl Joseph is scheduled to visit the Dallas Cowboys.
West Virginia S Karl Joseph (knee) indicated that he believes he will be ready for the start of NFL training camps.
NJ.com's Mark Eckel spoke with three NFL scouts who all praise WVU S Karl Joseph's game.
Pro Football Focus analyst John Breitenbach indicated that West Virginia S Karl Joseph offers a difficult evaluation because he played only 240 snaps in 2015 before being sidelined with a knee injury.
West Virginia S Karl Joseph is the draft's top overall DB, according to ESPN's Louis Riddick.
NFL Media reporter Kimberly Jones passed along that "more than one evaluator" mentioned West Virginia S Karl Joseph "as a player who jumps off the tape."
NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah notes that West Virginia senior S Karl Joseph "flies around and makes a ton of plays," and is a "really good player."
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler notes that West Virginia senior S Karl Joseph's "lack of size hurt his pro projection."