Rotoworld's Josh Norris lists California QB Jared Goff as the No. 25 overall prospect in the 2016 NFL Draft.
In his latest mock draft, CBS Sports analyst Dane Brugler projected Cal QB Jared Goff to the 49ers with the No. 7 pick.
Pro Football Focus analyst Kevin Connaghan noted that Cal QB Jared Goff is "likely to go too early [in the draft] to be afforded [the] luxury [of learning on the bench during his first NFL season]."
Cowboys QB Tony Romo indicated that he would offer support to a drafted quarterback.
Eagles HC Doug Peterson told CSN Philly, "I'd love to be able to pick [up a quarterback in the draft], develop him and eventually he becomes your guy over time."
Rotoworld's Josh Norris believes QB Jared Goff's offense at Cal should be questioned like Marcus Mariota's was last year.
Cal QB Jared Goff told Mike Florio he plans to fully participate at the NFL Combine.
NFL insiders tell TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline that it's entirely possible that two quarterbacks will go in the top-five, "with Carson Wentz and Jared Goff filling the slots."
During Saturday's Senior Bowl broadcast, NFL Media draft analyst Mike Mayock said, "If you're looking for a quarterback in that Top-10, [picks] two, three and four have got to be locked in."
Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley doesn't see a quarterback in the draft that will be ready to immediately start.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock said, "I think you've got to handle the quarterback position if you're Cleveland, at No. 2 [in the draft]."
In his preliminary top-50 ranking, CBS Sports' Dane Brugler lists Cal QB Jared Goff at No. 9 and QB Carson Wentz at No. 12.
Utah DB Tevin Carter indicated that Cal QB Jared Goff's five-interception performance against his team has no bearing on his talent.
NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell believes Cal QB Jared Goff is a better prospect than Jameis Winston was last year.