Washington DT Danny Shelton "has the mass and lateral quickness of Vince Wilfork with some Casey Hampton thrown in," writes NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Washington LB Shaq Thompson "has yet to show he can make the necessary reads for the position," wrote Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus, who added that "all the athleticism in the world won't make up for poor instincts as a linebacker."
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis believes Washington DT Danny Shelton could potentially make the Pro Bowl in his rookie season.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock expects Washington CB Marcus Peters to slide, but not by much, due to character concerns.
Washington DT Danny Shelton "likes (Haloti) Ngata," "tries to play him," and "comes pretty darn close," an anonymous NFL scout told the New Jersey Star-Ledger.
ESPN's Todd McShay writes that Washington edge rusher Hau'oli Kikaha "is one of my favorite players in this draft class."
On ProFootballTalk's PFT Live, Washington LB Shaq Thompson stated that he's "drawn the most interest from the Panthers."
Mlive.com's Justin Rogers reports that Washington DT Danny Shelton had an official visit with the Detroit Lions on Wednesday.
Pro Football Focus senior analyst Steve Palazzolo said the College Football Focus metrics say Washington DT Danny Shelton can be more disruptive than the typical two-gap plugger.
NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport reports that Washington CB Marcus Peters is visiting with the New York Jets on Tuesday.
Washington edge rusher Hau'oli Kikaha "is effective off the edge because he uses his powerful, active hands to chop through blockers' attempts to latch onto him," notes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
Washington edge rusher Hau'oli Kikaha "has good snap anticipation, adequate get-off burst, great body control and strength to bend the edge while engaged, and, most importantly, he's a high-motor finisher," notes ESPN's Todd McShay.
ESPN's Todd McShay ranks Washington DT Danny Shelton No. 14 overall in the class but cautions that he isn't scheme versatile.
NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport reports that Washington CB Marcus Peters worked out for the Falcons on Wednesday, and will visit with Raiders next.
Washington DE Andrew Hudson met with the Cleveland Browns earlier this week and is meeting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers currently.