In a poll of 21 NFL personnel executives, Nebraska's Randy Gregory was the top vote getter as this year's top pass rusher.
This is a pure pass-rush ability poll, not a specified position. Gregory got ten first-place votes, while Clemson's Vic Beasley garnered five. Florida's Dante Fowler handled 2 1/2 first-place votes, USC's Leonard Williams got two, and Missouri's Shane Ray received 1 1/2. However, in a poll of 20 scouts, Gregory received 11 1/2 first-place votes as this year's front-seven prospect most likely to bust. Long on talent but facing off-field issues, Gregory looks like a boom-or-bust prospect.