Ken Darby/RB/Alabama: Unimpressive overall. Does not show a lot of football instinct or much in the way of elusiveness. Likely a second-day pick.
Ryan Kalil/C/USC: While all agree Kalil had a terrific week, there is concern about his lack of size and ability to handle large defenders in the middle of the line. As a result he is a mid-second round choice.
Brandon Meriweather/S/Miami-Fl: Really helped himself. Displayed impressive cover skills, and if he interviews well at the combine and his background checks out Meriweather could be selected surprisingly early.
Aaron Ross/CB/Texas: Scouts were incredibly impressed with Ross after seeing him this week. The feeling is his upside is tremendous.
Tony Ugoh/T/Arkansas: There was overall disappointment with Ugoh. Scouts felt he should have been stronger and he displayed marginal punch at the point. Worse for Ugoh, many left Mobile wondering if he is a guy who really wants to play football.
Jonathan Wade/CB/Tennessee: Most stamped Wade as a good athlete but average football player. Just about no one gave him a first-day grade.
Patrick Willis/LB/Mississippi: General disappointment with the play of Willis, and he was not graded as a first-round choice.
David Harris/LB/Michigan: Played better than expected and secured himself as a top-75 pick.
Daymeion Hughes/CB/California: Interesting news here. The word is Hughes is out of the game with a hamstring injury. But the fact is he is also suffering with back problems, an injury he's had issues with in the past. Red flags are going up and he could drop.
Tony Hunt/RB/Penn State: We raved about Hunt and, while scouts agreed he played well, there is a concern Hunt is too large.
James Marten/OL/Boston College: A terrific surprise for scouts. They feel he has enough size and upside to play at the next level, though it won't be at left tackle. Some went as far as saying he'll be drafted before teammate Josh Beekman.
Brandon Mebane/DT/California: While he looked good, scouts are still not convinced he is first-round material.
Brandon Myles/WR/West Virginia: One of the more pleasant surprises and underrated players of the week.
Paul Posluszny/LB/Penn State: Scouts were incredibly impressed with the overall package Posluszny presented. A top-15 selection is not out of the question.
Aaron Rouse/S/Virginia Tech: The feeling is Rouse played better in Mobile than anytime during his senior season.
Lamar Woodley/DE/Michigan: Dropping like a rock. Scouts felt Woodley was intimidated after his poor start in Monday and used his hamstring injury as a convenient excuse. Some now grade him as a third-round pick.
** These are the general opinions of several scouts on hand at Mobile. This does not take into consideration what may happen at combine workouts next month.