Should the winner of the SEC play for a BCS crown even if there are two other undefeated teams? Mel Kiper and Todd McShay debate the merits. Plus, top prospects, under-the-radar guys and a key question.
Scouts Inc. offers up its cheat sheet for the 2011 offensive line class, including the best tackles, guards and centers in a variety of position-specific categories and a ranking of all draftable prospects.
Rodney Hudson might be only 283 pounds -- a smaller frame for a guard -- but he makes up for it with athleticism. Nevada has more than a solid QB, as Mel learns. And UNC's once-backups are showing they can fill in fine.
As the nation gears up for the return of college and pro football, Mel Kiper unveils the most NFL-ready prospect at every NCAA program. So while you know all about Jake Locker at Washington, you can discover Kevin Kowalski at Toledo.
Mel has ranked the Top 5 overall players at each position, among those who are draft-eligible in 2011, but here he ranks the remaining juniors at each position. This group could rise to the other board, or factor greatly into the 2012 draft.