NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein notes that Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory's "thin frame has some NFL personnel men concerned with how he will hold up as an edge setter against the run."
Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah's "elusiveness is the best of any player in this class," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah "never overpower defenses because of his small stature, but he is an extremely competitive player who runs angry," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
After discussions with NFL personnel staffers, Lance Zierlein believes Randy Gregory will be selected before Shane Ray.
ESPN's Todd McShay wrote that he "love[s] the way" Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah "plays the game."
An analytics director believes Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory is too risky to draft early.
CBS Sports' Pete Prisco calls Nebraska WR Kenny Bell "a lean receiver who put up good numbers at Nebraska without having a real talented passing quarterback throwing to him."
ESPN's Todd McShay believes Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory "has the frame to play 4-3 defensive end if he can add and keep weight, but right now he's too lean for that at 238 pounds and projects as a 3-4 outside linebacker."
The Giants have not traded down in any round during Jerry Reese's time as GM, according to Jordan Raanan.
Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory is having a pre-draft visit with the Steelers on Thursday and then plans to visit the Titans, according to NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport.
Nebraska WR Kenny Bell is scheduled to visit the Colts this week, according to Ross Jones.
The Falcons put Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah through a private workout, according to Ross Jones.
Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah is an "athlete with phenomenal running ability, agility, acceleration and instincts and a leader in the locker room and the community," writes NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
Nebraska wide receivers coach Rich Fisher said WR Kenny Bell is "flying under the radar."
Per the readings of the situation by MMQB's Peter King and ESPN's Mel Kiper, Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory could still go high in Round 1 or he could tumble.