Michigan State edge rusher Marcus Rush "will be drafted earlier than originally predicted," reports TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes Michigan State ILB Taiwan Jones is "one of the more underrated linebackers in this draft."
An NFL scout said Michigan State CB Trae Waynes' 10-foot-2 broad jump "was the most amazing thing I've ever seen."
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "would provide some youth to a proud defense starting to show its age," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Pro Football Focus senior analyst Steve Palazzolo says Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "struggles with change of direction."
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes has a visit lined up with the St. Louis Rams for Tuesday, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney advises: "Draft [Michigan State RB Jeremy Langford] in the third round and let him be hellacious on special teams while he buys time to prove once again that he is underrated as a running back."
The Bengals will host Michigan State edge rusher Marcus Rush for a visit, according to Tony Pauline.
CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora tentatively has Michigan State CB Trae Waynes slotted to the Rams at No. 10.
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes compares to Johnathan Joseph in the estimation of ESPN's Kevin Weidl.
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "is lean but can press, and he has length but can also mirror routes and stay with the fastest receivers down the field," observed ESPN's Mel Kiper.
Detroit Free Press' Mark Snyder reports that Michigan State WR/CB Tony Lippett spoke with defensive coordinators and defensive backs coaches from the Bills, Bears, Saints, Eagles and Ravens.
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes has worked out with the Patriots(group work out) and the Panthers (private workout), and has April visits with the Vikings, Bears, and the Jaguars, according to Detroit Free Press' Mark Snyder.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein believes Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "carries a very high ceiling."
NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein postulates that Michigan State S Kurtis Drummond is "not physical enough to play around the line of scrimmage, so his draft position will ultimately rest on how teams weigh his ball skills against his instincts."