An anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that if "there's a first-round guard in this draft and he's not a conversion it's" Duke OG Laken Tomlinson.
Duke OG Laken Tomlinson is "not a great athlete but is the best of this year's guard class, and he's a proven run-blocker," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay.
Duke OG Laken Tomlinson "has developed into a quality guard who can move and is physical at the point of attack," according to CBS Sports' Pete Prisco.
The Bucs, Panthers and Texans put Duke WR Jamison Crowder through private workouts, according to Aaron Wilson.
Duke OG Laken Tomlinson is a prospect "who must be placed into the right scheme to enjoy similar success in the NFL," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
The National Football Post's Greg Gabriel believes Duke OG Laken Tomlinson "should be a starter by his second year."
Duke WR Jamison Crowder had a work out for the Texans on Friday, according to Yahoo Sports' Rand Getlin.
Duke OG Laken Tomlinson "should be one of only four Blue Devil alums to play more than 50 games in NFL," predicted CBS Sports' Frank Cooney.
The Patriots put Duke WR Jamison Crowder through a private workout last week.
Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson believes Duke WR Jamison Crowder is a slot receiver/returner, who makes "sense" for the Cincinnati Bengals, CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes.
Duke OG Laken Tomlinson was named as one of the draft's 10 safest prospects by NFL Media.
Duke WR Jamison Crowder has workouts scheduled with the Bucs, Panthers, Patriots and Texans, according to Rand Getlin.
Duke WR Jamison Crowder "needs to improve on his [combine] numbers at his pro day to keep up with his competition," believes NFL Media analyst Charles Davis.
An NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Duke OG Laken Tomlinson "needs to work on his technique and balance."
Duke WR Jamison Crowder logged forty times of 4.56 and 4.58 at the NFL Scouting Combine.