Browns signed Kentucky OT Darrian Miller.
ESPN's Mel Kiper gave the Steelers an "A-" draft grade and wrote that they "had a really good draft."
Ravens selected Kentucky OLB Za'Darius Smith with the No. 122 overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Steelers selected Kentucky OLB Bud Dupree with the No. 22 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah notes that Kentucky edge rusher Bud Dupree "wasn't a consistent player during his college career," and believes he's being overvalued.
Kentucky edge rusher Bud Dupree "is one of the top 10 players in this draft," says ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden.
Mike Renner reports that Pro Football Focus uncovered "red flags" when digging into Kentucky edge rusher Bud Dupree's stats and film.
Kentucky edge rusher Bud Dupree "will be a better pro than college player" and it "might not take him long to make waves in the NFL," writes NFL Media analyst Charles Davis.
The Redskins are taking a last minute visit to see Kentucky edge rusher Bud Dupree, according to Aaron Wilson.
Football Outsiders compares Kentucky edge player Bud Dupree to Jadeveon Clowney based on workout performance.
Kentucky DE Za'Darius Smith "is a late bloomer who has the tools to be an effective edge player," writes CBS Sports' Pete Prisco.
Kentucky redshirt junior RB Braylon Heard "could find a niche as a change of pace back as a Day Three pick or undrafted free agent," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Kentucky DE Za'Darius is a "classic 4-3 base defensive end who won't generate much pressure off the corner but can be counted on to set the edge against the run," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Kentucky edge player Bud Dupree "might offer the most intriguing combination of size and explosiveness and therefore, upside," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Kentucky edge player Bud Dupree "has elite physical tools and has the potential to develop into a productive pass-rusher," notes ESPN's Todd McShay.