A look at Mel Kiper's top five senior NFL prospects at each position.
Not only did the BCS fail to give us a clear-cut championship game, it failed to include the best one-loss team in the nation.
Mel Kiper wraps up his look at all 117 Division I-A football teams with the top players on four teams from the Sun Belt Conference.
The Sun Belt conference features several "road graters" on the offensive line, as well as talented QBs and WRs.
The top talent in the WAC is led by a loaded offense at Fresno State.
Mel continues his look at the best players in the WAC in part two of his examination of the conference.
Mel Kiper Jr. evaluates the top talent at four of eight schools in the Mountain West Conference.
The top talent in Conference USA is led by standout running backs at Louisville and Memphis.
The MAC's quarterback tradition continues in 2004 with Northern Illinois' Josh Haldi and Toledo's Bruce Radkowski.
Mel Kiper Jr. continues his look at the top five players on each team in the C-USA.
A loaded Marshall team looks to be the most talented in Mel Kiper's breakdown of the Mid-American Conference East division.
Syracuse has a Heisman candidate in Walter Reyes while Connecticut boasts a load of talented seniors on defense.
ESPN.com's Mel Kiper lists the top five players on the roster of each Pac-10 team.
Mel Kiper's look at the best players in the Big 12 North is highlighted by Heisman contenders Brad Smith and Darren Sproles.
Virginia 's Ahmad Brooks, the nation's best young linebacker, is among the players Mel Kiper lists as the best in the ACC.