Nebraska redshirt junior ILB Michael Rose-Ivey (ACL) "looked good during spring practices and could be a rock as the team tries to get back to the ways of the Blackshirts," observed NFL Media.
Nebraska redshirt senior OT Alex Lewis "could develop into an early NFL draft pick" if he shows improvement in 2015, writes the Big Ten Network's Sean Merriman.
Nebraska junior DT Maliek Collins went No. 27 to the Packers in Todd McShay's 2016 mock draft.
Nebraska junior RB Terrell Newby is expected to be the school's top ball carrier in 2015.
Bucs selected Nebraska WR Kenny Bell with the No. 162 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
Cowboys selected Nebraska DE Randy Gregory with the No. 60 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
Lions selected Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah with the No. 54 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
ESPN's Todd McShay ranks Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory as the No. 1 available player heading into Day 2.
Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory noted that he was "extremely disappointed" on his slide out of the first, and said that he "didn't sleep last night" because he felt like he let his family down.
TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline notes that he doesn't expect to hear Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory's name to be called on Thursday night.
Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah was compared by two personnel men to Giovani Bernard, who he shares size and speed numbers with.
ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden says that game film shows Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory can't stop the run and reminds us that "Melvin Gordon ran for 400 yards against Nebraska when Gregory was on the field."
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.