Mel Kiper rolls out his top five seniors by position as of Jan. 6. Big news: Small-school guys, such as Tony Washington of Abilene Christian and Vladimir Ducasse of UMass (both offensive linemen), have started to show up here.
Mel Kiper evaluates his top five juniors by position as of Dec. 22, 2009. No changes took place since Dec. 16, but Rutgers OL Anthony Davis solidified his spot as the No. 1 OT after his performance in the St. Petersburg Bowl.
ESPN NFL draft insider Mel Kiper ranks the top 5 senior prospects at every position on Dec. 9, 2009. The biggest news? Colin Peek of Alabama to No. 4 among TEs and Toby Gerhart of Stanford to No. 2 among RBs.
ESPN NFL draft insider Mel Kiper ranks the top five senior prospects at every position on Dec. 2, 2009. Oregon State QB Sean Canfield moves onto this list, and Sergio Kindle of Texas overtakes Sean Weatherspoon of Mizzou as the best OLB.
ESPN NFL draft Insider Mel Kiper ranks the top 5 junior prospects at every position on Dec. 9, 2009. Biggest news: Jake Locker jumps over Sam Bradford among QBs, sending Bradford to No. 3 within the junior group. (He was No. 1 until last week.)