"Price was very strong on the inside, anticipating the snap well, staying low and playing with good leverage and showing an explosive punch. He also anchored well against double-teams and showed good endurance.
Two plays in particular stood out. The first was a second-quarter sack on which Price used a great spin move and closed quickly on the quarterback, and the second was later in the quarter when he did a great job using his hands to disengage from the blocker then found the quarterback and forced a fumble that was returned for a touchdown.
Overall, Price finished with six tackles (4.0 TFL), a forced fumble, a fumble recover, an interception and two pass breakups. He has impressive hands and the ability to collapse the pocket as a pass rusher, and while he might not be suited to play the nose in a 3-4 scheme he can certainly make a difference as a one-gap penetrator in a four-man front.
That ability to contribute in many ways along with his size and strength could make Price a late-first or early-second round pick if he chooses to jump to the NFL, and given the way injuries have affected the depth of the defensive tackle class you have to believe he is considering it." - Kevin Wiedl, Scouts Inc