Steelers signed Kansas State C B.J. Finney.
Chargers signed Kansas State OLB Ryan Mueller.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler ranks Kansas State C B.J. Finney as the No. 2 prospect not drafted.
Jaguars signed Kansas State QB Jake Waters.
ESPN's Mel Kiper gave the Seahawks an "A-" draft grade.
Eagles selected Kansas State CB Randall Evans with the No. 196 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
Seahawks traded up with the Redskins to select Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett with the No. 69 overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett will "likely to get picked in the third round this week, but he will outperform several wideouts taken above him," according to NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah.
Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett "has the best ability to string together multiple moves in the open field of any player in this class," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Kansas State C B.J. Finney "has some athletic limitations, but I like his wrestling background," an anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
In a deep receiver class, Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett "could fall further than his talents suggest, giving someone a steal on Day 2 or later," writes Gordon McGuinness of Pro Football Focus.
Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett "is a smart, instinctive slot receiver who knows how to get open," writes CBS Sports' Pete Prisco.
Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett may have been "the best big-play wide receiver in college football last season," reports ESPN's K.C. Joyner.
NFL scouts are impressed by Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett's "productivity as a shifty slot receiver and returner, (but) his diminutive size and medical background are cause for concern," reports NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
NFL Media draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah says Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett will slide because of the depth of this receiver class.