NFL Media names Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon and sophomore WR Corey Coleman their most explosive athletes in College Football.
ESPN's Brandon Chatmon believes Baylor redshirt senior T Spencer Drango is the Bears most indispensable player.
Baylor junior DT Andrew Billings "has a chance to be big time," according to Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl.
Baylor junior S Orion Stewart "developed into an impact player over the course of his sophomore season," according to Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein's believes Baylor redshirt senior T Spencer Drango's "build and game "screams guard play."
Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl believes Baylor edge rusher Shawn Oakman has too many lackluster plays on tape.
Baylor redshirt senior TE LaQuan McGowan's 37 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press would have tied for the best showing at his position group at the combine in February.
Baylor redshirt junior RB Shock Linwood "could be poised for big things in 2015, thanks to a low, shifty running style that makes him dangerous when he does get into open space," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Baylor redshirt junior WR Corey Coleman is "about to get the national attention he deserves," wrote ESPN's Max Olson.
NFL Media ranks Baylor junior DT Andrew Billings as their No.1 "strongest players" in college football.
One scouting service gave Baylor redshirt senior T Spencer Drango a late round grade, according to Tony Pauline.
Baylor redshirt senior edge rusher Shawn Oakman received day two grades from spring scouts, according to Tony Pauline.
Baylor redshirt senior T Spencer Drango "plays a pivotal role in the Bears' potent attack, playing with an edge and bringing physicality and aggressiveness to the position," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon "can fly" and is a "perfect fit" for a Bears offense that "relies heavily on spacing and downfield passing," according to Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon has clocked a 10.37 second 100-meter dash and "is an athletic freak," according to NFL Media.