Tennessee linebacker Jerod Mayo continues to impress me as he rises on my Top 25 Big Board. He does everything well and could be a top-20 pick in next month's NFL draft.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie made the most of his opportunities, both at the Senior Bowl and NFL combine. Now the Division I-AA cornerback has the potential to be a first-round pick in the NFL draft.
There have been several standout performances during the bowl season, highlighted by three seniors who proved they belong on my top 25 Big Board.
This time of year is relatively calm on my Big Board, but once the bowl season is complete and underclassmen declare for the 2008 NFL draft, you can expect a brand new look to the board.
The names are the same on this week's Top 25 Big Board, but expect major changes once the NFL officially releases the list of underclassmen who have declared for April's draft.
A look at Mel Kiper's top five NFL prospects at each position.
When the bowl season gets under way, Personnel Points will return. In its place this week, Mel Kiper Jr. dives into his mailbag to answer your e-mails about the NFL draft.
For the second straight week, my Big Board features one newcomer from both sides of the ball. But the rest of the top 25 stays the same as bowl season nears.
While the Big Board is settling into shape as the college football regular season nears an end, there are two newcomers to the top 25 this week.
Georgia DE David Pollack is back on Mel Kiper's Big Board while USC WR Mike Williams is back in the top 10.
Mel's latest mailbag looks at a player who slid down the board and the draft needs of this year's Super Bowl teams.
DE Marcus Spears and WR Reggie Brown are among the new entries in Mel Kiper's latest first-round projection.
The Senior Bowl is over, underclassmen have declared and it's time for Mel Kiper to rank the top five draft prospects at each position.
Michigan WR Braylon Edwards is up to No. 2 and two players make their debut on Mel Kiper's Big Board.