ESPN's Todd McShay writes that Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold is "a little raw but has the athleticism that gives him good upside as an edge rusher."
Because Virginia S Anthony Harris is "recovering from shoulder surgery and is missing opportunities to boost his stock," according to NFL Media, the prospect might be falling down boards.
Per Yahoo's Rand Getlin, Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold has visited and/or worked out for 14 teams including the Steelers, Bears, Jags, Saints and Jets.
Virginia S Anthony Harris is visiting the Vikings on Wednesday, according to Matt Vensel.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Virginia's Eli Harold as the No. 6 edge rusher in the class.
Virginia S Anthony Harris "has some coverage limitations in man, but his skills will get him drafted and should also earn him a starting spot fairly quickly," wrote NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein.
Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold "may not be a potential superstar, but has the mind, body, spirit and enough athletic ability to serve as a consistently productive defender," writes NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold made his debut on Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay's Top 32.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay noted Virginia EDGE rusher Eli Harold "keeps growing" on him.
Per ESPN Stats & Information's Sharon Katz, Virginia S Anthony Harris recorded at least 80 tackles in three straight years.
If the Saints don't draft a pass rusher at No. 13, ESPN's Kevin Weidl thinks Virginia DE/OLB Eli Harold will appeal to them at No. 31.
Virginia DE/OLB Eli Harold went No. 21 to the Bengals in Mel Kiper's most recent mock draft.
Virginia DE/OLB Eli Harold "is held in high regard," noted the National Football Post's Greg Gabriel, "in NFL draft rooms around the country."
ESPN's Todd McShay has Virginia DE/OLB Eli Harold as "more of a second-round guy, but there's a lot of ability here."
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline wrote that Virginia RB Kevin Parks' low 4.7s forty time at the school's pro day "will likely knock Parks out of any late-round consideration he had been receiving."