Miami ILB Denzel Perryman "makes all the tackles" and is "the most explosive hitter in this draft," said ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden.
Per NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein, Miami TE Clive Walford hurt his draft stock with a poor attitude during the interview process.
Pro Football Focus' Mike Renner cautions that only six of the 38 receivers who have run sub-4.4 forty since the 2009 combine are currently top-two receivers on their respective NFL teams.
Miami RB Duke Johnson "is one of the fastest players in this class, with elite burst to and through the hole," notes ESPN's Todd McShay.
An NFL scout said Miami T Ereck Flowers is a "big, rugged, physical right tackle" and is an immediate NFL starter.
Miami RB Duke Johnson "isn't going to be a bell-cow runner in the NFL, but like [Ameer] Abdullah, he could be a big-time contributor as a change-of-pace runner who plays in tandem with a power back," notes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Miami ILB Denzel Perryman "doesn't have ideal speed or quickness but his range is more than adequate because of his instincts, and he hardly ever fails to make the tackle once he's in position," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay.
Miami WR Phillip Dorsett visited the Ravens on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson.
ESPN's Todd McShay "won't completely rule out" Miami T Ereck Flowers as a "future NFL left tackle, but he projects better at right because he's not an ideal athlete at the left tackle position."
Miami ILB Denzel Perryman "could be a victim of the fact that the NFL is becoming increasingly pass-happy," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Miami LB Denzel Perryman is visiting the Jaguars on Monday, according to Aaron Wilson.
Miami WR Phillip Dorsett is visiting the Eagles on Monday, according to Aaron Wilson.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Miami CB Ladarius Gunter's "lanky build makes him a better candidate to remain on the perimeter."
Miami RB Duke Johnson's "draft stock has been somewhat capped due to durability issues and his relatively small frame, but his breakaway ability could be second to none in this draft," wrote ESPN's K.C. Joyner.
ESPN's Todd McShay believes Miami ILB Denzel Perryman "projects best as a middle linebacker in a 4-3 scheme, but he could also play strong inside linebacker."