Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips "looks like a nose tackle without much pass-rush ability, which makes me wonder why people are mentioning him for the first round," opines ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden.
An anonymous NFL scout told the New Jersey Star-Ledger that Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips is "just a guy" and said he "[didn't] know what people see in him."
Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips' "effort level was very up and down this season, but there are only so many guys his size who can move the way he does," observes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips "is a force to be reckoned with" when healthy, notes Nick O'Malley of Mass Live.
Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips visited the Lions on Tuesday.
Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips "is a very huge roll of the dice," according to NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips' "motor runs hot and cold, and his effort chasing the passer in particular is disappointing at times, but the 6-5, 329-pound Phillips could still go in the second half of the first round," according to ESPN's Steve Muench.
An NFL scout expressed concerns over Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips' back, propensity to stand up, and ability to shed blocks.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock said Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips "will probably go in the first round."
klahoma NT Jordan Phillips made his debut at No. 41 on NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah's board.
ESPN's Todd McShay notes that Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips is "just a freak in terms of his combination of size and athleticism."
NFL Network's Mike Mayock believes Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips will probably be selected in the first-round.
An AFC North scout says there's "no reason to move [Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips] from the nose."
NFL.com's Lance Zierlein compares Oklahoma DT Jordan Phillips to Terrance Knighton.