ESPN's Todd McShay says Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day's "motor is second to none" and believes he'll be a "steal if he slides to Round 3."
Pro Football Focus argues that "there’s a case for [Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day] to be selected [in the first round] based on his senior-year production."
Pro Football Focus analyst Michael Renner deemed Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day "[a]s high a motor player as you’ll see at the position," one who is "relentless against both pass and run."
At the Senior Bowl, Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day "showed off his trademark motor, along with the ability to make plays against the run," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day "can struggle in congestion," notes CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler, "but give him any type of space and blockers don't have an answer for his athleticism and active hands."
Notre Dame DL Sheldon Day was Pro Football Focus's top-graded defensive tackle for the 2015 season.
The Senior Bowl added Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day to the roster.
NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah notes that Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day is "impressive" in short area quickness.
Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day suffered a "significant" foot injury during practice this week, but will attempt to play against Ohio State, according to beat writer Tim Prister.
Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day has a "quick first step, violent hands and great motor," according to ESPN's Todd McShay.
According to PFF's grades, Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day has jumped from the No. 155 interior linemen last season to No. 2 this year.
Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day earned a season-high +9.3 grade from PFF against Temple on Saturday.
Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day will match up Saturday against a Max Tuerk-less USC interior offensive line.
Notre Dame senior DL Sheldon Day "is a versatile player who lines up on the inside, where his quickness gives interior offensive linemen problems, and the outside, where his power gives offensive tackles problems," writes ESPN's Steve Muench.