South Carolina OT Corey Robinson was compared by one NFL scout to Chargers LT King Dunlap and by another scout to Bills RT Seantrel Henderson.
South Carolina RB Mike Davis "struggled quite a bit in 2014, and based on what I've heard and what I saw on tape, it had to do with him not staying in shape, which is definitely a red flag entering the draft," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay.
South Carolina TE Rory Anderson "caught the ball well and has built a good amount of intrigue around himself" at his personal pro day, reports TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
One scout who spoke with Bob McGinn compared South Carolina G A.J. Cann to Larry Warford and Chance Warmack.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline has heard of a scenario where the Patriots trade down from the 32nd pick to take South Carolina G A.J. Cann.
South Carolina G A.J. Cann is "outstanding in the running game but has limitations in pass protection," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay.
South Carolina RB Mike Davis is a "dark horse" who not long ago "looked like a potential first-round draft pick," according to ESPN's K.C. Joyner.
South Carolina TE Rory Anderson (hamstring) will schedule a private workout for scouts, probably as close to April 22 as possible, reports TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that many scouts came away from South Carolina OT Corey Robinson's pro day "believing he has the makings to grow into a starting right tackle at the next level."
NFL sources told TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline that South Carolina RB Mike Davis' conditioning was "not ideal" at his pro day workout.
South Carolina G A.J. Cann "should become a starter early in his career, and if he stays healthy, he can pay for a long time," wrote the National Football Post's Greg Gabriel.
South Carolina WR Damiere Byrd scorched a 4.25-second 40-yard dash at the school's pro day this week.
South Carolina G A.J. Cann spent the majority of his pro day workout at center.
South Carolina G A.J. Cann is a "brutish bull of a man whose strength and abilities are perfect to play guard in the NFL," wrote CBS Sports' Frank Cooney.
South Carolina G A.J. Cann, suffering from a calf strain, was unable to participate in the shuttle drills at the school's pro day.