Arkansas DE Trey Flowers is "bigger than [Missouri DEs Shane Ray and Markus Golden) and stouter against the run," wrote CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Arkansas DE Trey Flowers accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl notes that Arkansas DE Trey Flowers is "highly disruptive and plays with great effort."
Arkansas DE Trey Flowers has been invited to the Senior Bowl.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl notes that Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers "played like a man possessed vs Alabama."
Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers "entered the season as a borderline top-five senior prospect at the position and has only helped himself thus far in 2014," according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks notes that "evaluators are still waiting on" Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers "to take over the game from his defensive end spot."
Arkansas senior Trey Flowers saw his draft stock slide over the weekend against Auburn, notes TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Arkansas senior Trey Flowers will solicit a wide variety of opinions from scouts, notes TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Arkansas senior Trey Flowers "can boost his stock with better burst off the edge and by using his long arms to more consistently affect the vision of quarterbacks," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers could be drafted higher than former teammate Chris Smith (Round 5 by the Jaguars).
Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers' "intriguing physical dimensions" have him on NFL scouts' radars as a "wait-and-see" prospect, according to NFL.com's Bucky Brooks.
Arkansas junior DE Trey Flowers will return to school in 2014.
Arkansas junior DE Trey Flowers has requested an evaluation from the NFL Draft Advisory Board.