CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes UConn CB Byron Jones "combination of size, smarts and natural athleticism," is what NFL teams are looking for.
ESPN's Mel Kiper proclaims that UConn CB Byron Jones is "one of the bigger sleepers in this draft."
ESPN's Mel Kiper believes that UConn CB Byron Jones' profile "just beg[s] for a spot in Pete Carroll's secondary."
UConn CB Byron Jones "doesn't show great instincts in man coverage, and he gets caught guessing a little too much, but there's no denying his natural ability," wrote ESPN's Steve Muench.
UConn CB Byron Jones "a physical, savvy team leader who could play safety or cornerback," wrote NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
ESPN's Steve Muench believes UConn CB Byron Jones is the best athlete in the draft.
ESPN's Todd McShay writes that if UConn CB Byron Jones runs in the 4.3 range at his pro day workout, "as it's been suggested he can ... he'll continue to move up draft boards."
UConn CB Byron Jones "might have pushed himself into the first round with his combine results," wrote NFL Media analyst Charles Davis.
UConn CB Byron Jones didn't run the 40-yard dash on Monday because he didn't have enough time to train in his recovery from labrum surgery, reports NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport.
UConn CB Byron Jones' 12 foot, 3 inch broad jump would have broken the world record.
UConn CB Byron Jones broke the Combine record in the broad jump with a measurement of 12'3".
UConn CB Byron Jones (labrum) is a "game time decision" for Sunday's combine workouts, reports TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
UConn CB Byron Jones "is a press cornerback who needs some seasoning with technique, and he comes with some minor durability concerns," wrote ESPN.com's Kevin Weidl
UConn redshirt senior CB Byron Jones has a torn labrum and will miss the remainder of the season.
UConn redshirt sophomore QB Casey Cochran has retired from football after sustaining multiple concussions during his career.