McShay said that the former Georgia offensive lineman was among a group of SEC players who improved their draft stock through Saturday's senior all-star game in Mobile, Ala.
"Boling has shown good inline power and nice awareness all week, especially in the open field where he has done a great job of adjusting on the move to cover up targets. He's made himself some money this week."
Boling's versatility remains a strong asset. He played left tackle for most of his time at Georgia but can also play guard.
Incidentally, former Georgia linebacker Justin Houston also got some kind words last week from the other big-name ESPN draft analyst. Mel Kiper said Houston currently projects as a first-round pick, somewhere in the 20-25 pick range. Kiper thinks Houston can play either outside linebacker in a 3-4 (as he did last year at Georgia) or defensive end in a 4-3.