Scouts Inc. just had him included in a Stock Down section. Here's the writeup. There's much more on that page so I don't think this is against the article posting rules here. Much more at the link.
LSU Barkevious Mingo (Grade: 95)
Mingo has the burst, bend and length NFL teams covet in edge rushers, and he will be a first-round pick if he enters the draft as a non-senior. However, "potential" is often a four-letter word in the NFL, and the fact that Mingo hasn't made more of an impact with his considerable physical tools is reason for concern.
He has only four sacks on the season, and none of the four is particularly impressive. The speed he showed getting to the quarterback against South Carolina and Mississippi State is excellent, but scouts already knew about that part of his game. -- SM
And while Mingo did a nice job getting off blocks to record sacks in the Towson and Texas A&M games, fellow DE Sam Montgomery
flushed the quarterback right to Mingo in the Towson game, and Mingo beat a tight end against the Aggies.
Also take into account that in the Towson game, Mingo faced an FCS tackle who lined up at guard last season, a redshirt freshman making his fourth career start in the South Carolina game, and a junior college transfer in the Mississippi State game.
On the flip side, NFL prospects D.J. Fluker
of Alabama and Jake Matthews
of Texas A&M both got the better of Mingo when matched up against him. Mingo clearly has first-round talent, but his lack of production against top competition could cause him to slide down the board a bit. -- SM
So which do you want? The more productive player with less upside (Sam Montgomery) or the less productive but huge potential player (Barkevious Mingo)?