Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "really helped himself" at the combine, noted ESPN's Todd McShay.
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "could walk in and be a starter," an NFL scout said.
An NFL scout warns that Michigan State RB Jeremy Langford is "not Le'Veon Bell."
An NFC director of personnel said "I didn't think anyone had a better combine than (Michigan State CB Trae Waynes)."
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis believes Michigan State CB Trae Waynes is now a "top 10-15" selection after "showing off his athleticism at the combine."
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes has "cemented himself" as the No. 1 CB in the draft, with his 4.35 40-yard dash, according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock said: "Long corners are in."
CBS Sports' Pete Prisco reports that a few NFL GMs believe Michigan State junior QB Connor Cook would have been a potential top-10 pick had he opted into the draft.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "has been running in the 4.3’s during training and could complete more than 20 reps on the bench press."
ESPN.com's Kevin Weidl wrote that Michigan State CB Trae Waynes "may not have as a high of a ceiling as some of the other names [in the class], but he is one of the more NFL-ready cornerbacks in this class."
An NFC East scout said Michigan State RB Jeremy Langford isn't an NFL starter.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah wonders which CBs will elevated into the top two rounds due to position demand.
Michigan State senior C Jack Allen "will be one of the best centers in the nation next season," observes College Football 24/7.
Michigan State senior S Kurtis Drummond "is extremely active with heady anticipation to close quickly near the line of scrimmage and as a deep cover man," according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
Michigan State CB Trae Waynes moved from No. 26 to 20 on Todd McShay's Big Board.