ESPN's Mel Kiper calls USC junior Su'a Cravens a "special talent."
USC junior Su'a Cravens showcases "above-average physicality and aggressiveness" against the run, NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein observes.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah views USC junior Su'a Cravens as a WLB in the NFL.
USC junior OLB/S Su'a Cravens is "steady against the run and he can drop back and cover with ease," note Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media ranked USC junior OLB/S Su'a Cravens as their No. 3 physical player in college football.
USC junior S Su'a Cravens "could be the Trojans' top draft prospect regardless of class," writes ESPN's Greg Katz.
ESPN's Kyle Bonagura argues that USC junior S Su'a Cravens was more important to the Trojan defense than DL Leonard Williams last year.
Regarding USC junior S Su'a Cravens, NFL Media notes that there "could be some Shaq Thompson-like intrigue as to whether pro scouts see him as a strong safety or an outside linebacker at the next level."
USC junior S Su'a Cravens "is extremely athletic, has good speed and excellent range," wrote Scout.com's Jamie Newberg.
ESPN's Mel Kiper ranked USC junior S Su'a Cravens as the No. 24 prospect overall on his first Big Board of 2016.
ESPN's Todd McShay mocked USC junior S Su'a Cravens to the Eagles at No. 19.
USC sophomore S Su'a Cravens "doesn't have the man cover skills to match up with quicker slot receivers, but his length and instincts help mask his lack of ideal fluidity," wrote Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl.
USC HC Steve Sarkisian said that the team was "going to do everything in [its] power sophomore" to help sophomore S Su'a Cravens return from his knee injury.
USC sophomore S Su'a Cravens did not suffer structural damage to his injured right knee.