He is a zone-busting WR who lacks quickness and fluidity to consistently separate form coverage at the next level. While he shows solid hands, he lacks elite body control to consistently pull in throws outside of his frame.
Love is an aggressive player who shows good inline power to get movement on defenders as a run blocker. However, he is a waist-bender and lacks lateral quickness which will probably force him to move from OT to OG.
Raymond is a hybrid who can play S and CB. He shows above-average athleticism and quickness to get a beat on the ball. Concerns with him are his lack of top-end speed and he needs to improve in run support.
He displays good lateral movement, lateral quickness and above-average range against the run. However, he needs to get stronger at the point of attack because he can get engulfed by bigger blockers. In addition, he lacks elite instincts.
He has a good frame and natural strength at the point of attack. He also plays with aggressiveness and works to finish blocks. Concerns are he is a limited athlete and needs to play with more consistent pad level.
Robinson has very good ball skills and enough speed to contribute as a sub-package slot receiver in the NFL. He must, however, get bigger and stronger while also finding ways to contribute on special teams.
Todman is undersized with a shifty, slashing-type of running style. He was a workhorse in college but durability in the NFL is somewhat of a concern. He also shows potential as a kick returner in the NFL.
He is a former DE who is a disruptive player and will likely switch to OLB in the 3-4. He does a good job finding and reacting to the football. He had 19 tackles for loss last year. This is clearly a developmental prospect.