Position Ranking -- No. 3 Outside Linebacker
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction -- Mid-second round
Newberg -- "This is a really special, productive football player. He's a play-maker, always around the ball. He's got good size, but didn't test off the charts. Between the lines he's as good as about anybody in this class. Barring injury, I expect him to have a long, fruitful career in the NFL. … I would imagine an older player is going to have a chance to handle that transition [to the NFL] a little bit better. All of a sudden it becomes a job. The difference is who loves football and who doesn't."
Position Ranking -- No.13 Cornerback
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction -- Third round
Newberg -- "Good size and he's put together pretty well. He's another guy that was pretty productive over the last couple of years. He's always around the ball. I think he has good coverage skills. He's a guy that, I don't know if he's going to be a starter, but could be in early nickel situations and special teams. He's going to be pretty highly selected. … I think his tape makes up for [his 40-time]. It's about what you put up on film those three or four years you play. To me, the biggest things for these guys post-season is the medical [evaluations] and figuring out who these kids are and why. I laugh when I see a guy plummet because they didn't run well at their 40. Look at the film."
Position Ranking -- No. 7 Middle Linebacker
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction Early Fifth Round
Newberg -- "I really liked what I saw on film. He's very, very productive and to be honest with you, he jumped out at me a lot watching film. He's not a blazer but, between the tackles, he's productive. I call it good football speed. I think he plays with great instincts. He's quick in locating the ball and seems to be a pretty steady tackler. Against the run, he looks like he's going to be a pretty good player."
Position Ranking -- No. 27 Wide Receiver
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction Early Sixth Round
Newberg -- "This is a wide receiver with good size and speed. He has battled consistency issues catching the football. Harrison can run by you. This past season he caught 44 passes for 583 yards and scored six touchdowns. In 2012 he had over 800 receiving yards and nine scores as Rutgers' deep threat."
Position Ranking -- Unranked at Running Back
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction Seventh Round
Newberg-- "It may be a mistake to leave for him, but everybody has their own situation and I know he's got some stuff to take care of. Obviously, he could have played a couple more years. He's your typical Rutgers back as of late. He's just a tough guy. You look back at Ray Rice and [Brian] Leonard and some other guys. It translates to the NFL. He's good between the tackles. I like his feet and seems to have good vision. I don't think he's going to go to the NFL and be Ray Rice, but I think he can be a nice compliment to what's already on a roster. He's got a chance for sure."
Position Ranking -- No. 14 Tight End
ScarletReport.com Draft Prediction -- Seventh Round
Newberg -- "He's a good athlete. I remember him out of high school. Obviously, he evolved to that position after a transition. I think he's got a chance. I think he can be, four or five years from now looking back at this draft, one of the sleepers so to speak. He's 6-foot-6, 250-plus and he's long. He just has to continue to learn the position. I think he's a late-round guy with good athleticism. He can run pretty well, but he needs to improve on the fundamentals of the position at the NFL."