Wisconsin redshirt junior C Dan Voltz named to Rimington Trophy watch list.
Rotoworld's Evan Silva wanted to San Diego "grab at least one quality offensive lineman and an upgrade at nose tackle" but graded the Chargers as having a passing "B-" draft.
Rams selected Wisconsin T Rob Havenstein with the No. 57 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
Chargers traded up with 49ers to select Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Scouts polled by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel most often compared Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III to Jamaal Charles.
ESPN NFL Insider Jon Gruden says Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III "has a slight edge over Todd Gurley in my book based on the injuries."
Wisconsin T Rob Havenstein "is the type of player who could be found as late as Day 3 and end up developing into one of the best offensive linemen in the draft," writes Gordon McGuinness of Pro Football Focus.
Wisconsin DT Warren Herring "plays his (expletive) off," said an NFL scout.
Wisconsin T Rob Havenstein reminds an NFL scout "a little bit of Jon Runyan."
An NFL scout said he is "highly impressed" with Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III, "but I don't take running backs in the first round."
Wisconsin WR/KR Kenzel Doe will be a UDFA because of his size, according to an NFL scout, but possesses a good attitude and a number of plus athletic traits.
Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III "is best-suited for a zone-blocking scheme," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay.
Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon III led the nation in missed tackles forced but finished only No. 6 in CFF's Elusive Rating.
Wisconsin T Rob Havenstein "is a massive right tackle who can really help a team that wants to be a power running team," wrote CBS Sports' Pete Prisco.
Wisconsin T Rob Havenstein has had private workouts for the Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reports the Baltimore Sun.