Washington CB Marcus Peters posted a 4.53 in the 40-yard dash on Monday.
Former Washington teammate Hau'oli Kikaha called CB Marcus Peters a "good teammate" and a "great guy."
Washington CB Marcus Peters "is the clear-cut No. 1 corner in this class," ESPN's Todd McShay believes.
Washington CB Marcus Peters is "likely to earn a first-round selection if he can convince teams that he has learned from his dismissal," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Former UW coach Steve Sarkisian, current Huskies DC Pete Kwiatkowski and DB coach Jimmy Lake have all denied that the Marcus Peters choking incident ever occurred.
Washington CB Marcus Peters "has the most complete package of any cornerback in the class," wrote ESPN.com's Kevin Weidl.
Washington will allow dismissed CB Marcus Peters to participate in the school's pro-day on April 2, according to USA Today.
An NFC personnel director said he wouldn't use a first- or second-round pick on Washington CB Marcus Peters.
In an interview with USA TODAY Sports, Washington CB Marcus Peters refuted a report that he choked an assistant coach.
Praise for Washington CB Marcus Peters, the person, was passed along via Fox Sports' Joel Klatt.
One NFC personnel director said he wouldn't take CB Marcus Peters "inside the first two rounds."
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein believes Washington junior CB Marcus Peters best pro comparison is Denver Broncos Aqib Talib.
Washington junior CB Marcus Peters made his debut on Mel Kiper's Big Board at No. 24.
An NFL scout speaking with the Seattle Times said Washington junior CB Marcus Peters' relationship with Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch will hurt his reputation.