NFL Media points out that new Auburn DC Will Muschamp "does a good job of devising ways to get pass rushers in advantageous matchups," which they surmise will lead to redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson finishing "with double-digit sacks."
Auburn redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson "has the ability to be a monster off the edge for a team looking to return to championship contention," noted NFL Media.
ESPN's Todd McShay mocked Auburn redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson to the Ravens at No. 23.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn notes that redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson has fully recovered from his ACL surgery.
Auburn redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson "is a legitimate comeback player of the year candidate as he returns from the knee injury that knocked him out of the ’14 season," writes ESPN's Travis Haney.
Auburn edge rusher Carl Lawson has been cleared by doctors after dealing with lingering knee issues last year.
Auburn sophomore DE Carl Lawson is not expected to play this season with lingering knee issues.
Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson believes sophomore DE Carl Lawson won't return to the field prior to the middle of the season.
Auburn LB Kris Frost believes sophomore DE Carl Lawson will return to the field at some point this season.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl thought Auburn sophomore DE Carl Lawson (ACL) was "an emerging star" based on his 2013 game tape.
Auburn sophomore DE Carl Lawson hopes to play "towards the end of the year" despite undergoing ACL surgery in May, according to Gus Malzahn.
Auburn DE Carl Lawson's father said it's "not in the thought process" for his son to miss the 2014 season after undergoing surgery this offseason to repair damage in his left knee.