NFL Media analyst Charles Davis believes Missouri DE Markus Golden is a better fit at DE than OLB at the next level.
Missouri edge rusher Shane Ray has "the traits and skills to be a dominant pass rusher and potential Pro Bowler," according to NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler has heard concern from scouts about Missouri edge rusher Shane Ray's relatively thin lower body.
ESPN's Todd McShay has "cooled" on Missouri edge rusher Shane Ray as he's watched more game film on him.
Missouri edge rusher Shane Ray "is fast and very athletic, but many feel he's to[o] light to come out of a three-point stance and looked tight in his hips during drills," notes TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Missouri DE Markus Golden "looked terrific in drills and really impressed a lot of people" at the school's pro day, according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Missouri EDGE Shane Ray was "explosive" during pass rush drills, according to a high ranking scout that attended his workout, CBS Sports' Rob Rang reports.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Missouri redshirt senior OT Mitch Morse should "go higher than most think," and gives him a fourth-round grade.
Missouri EDGE Shane Ray recorded a 4.52 short shuttle, 7.70 3-cone, and 4.64 forty time at the school's pro day.
Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, Missouri DE Shane Ray is scheduled to meet with the Kansas City Chiefs, work out for the Arizona Cardinals, and do both for the Atlanta Falcons.
An NFC outside linebacker coach cautioned that Missouri DE Shane Ray "not like other guys from Missouri that we've seen."
Missouri EDGE Shane Ray has visits lined up with the Titans, Jaguars, Falcons and Ravens, according to Rand Getlin.
Missouri DE Shane Ray is now the No. 9 player on Mel Kiper's Big Board.
Missouri DE Markus Golden "motor and relentlessness rushing the passer make him a sleeper to lead NFL rookies in sacks next season," opines ESPN's Sharon Katz.
Missouri DE Shane Ray "has a stunning first step followed by a variety of moves," NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney wrote.