Pro Football Focus' Mike Renner writes that Iowa OL Brandon Scherff "could possibly be a fantastic guard, it's just that if you plug him in at left tackle next season you'll be sorely disappointed."
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock explained his offensive line rankings, including why he ranks Iowa's Brandon Scherff as the top OL in the draft.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff is "the toughest offensive lineman in the 2015 class, as well as the nastiest," according to ESPN's Todd McShay.
An anonymous NFL scout compared Iowa OL Brandon Scherff to perennial Pro Bowl guard Steve Hutchinson.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff is drawing "heavy interest" from teams in the pick five through nine range.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff "would help provide the athleticism, toughness and technique that St. Louis has been missing along the offensive for years," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Iowa DT Carl Davis visited the Lions on Monday, according to Aaron Wilson.
ESPN's Todd McShay "won't rule out the possibility of" Iowa OL Brandon Scherff "developing into an NFL left tackle."
An NFL analytics director said Iowa OL Brandon Scherff is overvalued by Mel Kiper because of his injury history.
ESPN's Todd McShay writes that the question about Iowa DT Carl Davis is "whether he'll play with a consistent motor in the NFL."
CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes that Seattle might be more "willing to roll" the dice on Iowa DT Carl Davis at the No.63 pick.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff "is a scheme fit with his athleticism in what new coordinator Kyle Shanahan wants to run," according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff is the No. 1 interior lineman in the class, according to the National Football Post's Greg Gabriel.
Iowa OL Brandon Scherff was compared to David DeCastro and Zack Martin by ESPN's Steve Muench.
CBS Sports' Frank Cooney advises NFL teams to draft Iowa OL Brandon Scherff "and then figure out where he can best help."