Nebraska edge player Randy Gregory is "better than Ziggy Ansah," an NFL scout said.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock said Saturday, "I think it's the best edge class we've had since 2011."
Nebraska EDGE Randy Gregory ran a 1.60 10 yard split on his "unofficial" 4.57 forty at the NFL Combine.
Nebraska Edge player Randy Gregory arrived for pre-Combine training at 218 lbs, according to Tony Pauline.
If Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory "can hit the mid-to-high 30s [in the vertical jump], he'll be showing that athleticism that has made him one of the top-rated players available this year," observed NFL Media analyst Charles Davis.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock hopes Nebraska EDGE player Randy Gregory can "put another 15 or 20 pounds on in the next couple of years."
One NFL scout believes there are similarities between Nebraska EDGE player Randy Gregory and Dion Jordan.
Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory wrote that he thinks he's "worthy of the No. 1 pick."
Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory thinks his best NFL fit is as a 3-4, pass-rushing linebacker.
Nebraska DE Randy Gregory "may never be as big as Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, but he has drawn favorable comparisons because of his length and athletic ability," wrote ESPN.com's Steve Muench.
Nebraska redshirt junior DE Randy Gregory ranks as NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah's No. 2 overall prospect.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler has Nebraska redshirt junior DE Randy Gregory landing with the Tennessee Titans, with the No.2 pick in his latest mock draft.
Nebraska redshirt junior DE Randy Gregory ranks as CBS Sports' Dane Brugler's No. 8 overall prospect.
NFL.com's Lance Zierlein believes Nebraska redshirt junior DE Randy Gregory is "not even in the same breath as Shane Ray as pass rusher right now."