Mel Kiper handicaps the race to land Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, looking at five early "favorites" to finish with the league's worst record -- and land the No. 1 overall draft pick.
When Brett Favre was 35, he still had plenty left in the tank. But the Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers anyway. What similar situations could be out there this year?
Mel Kiper's Top 25 Big Board remains fairly the same with four weeks until the NFL draft. One notable change this week is Ohio State WR Ted Ginn Jr. moving into the top 10.
USC boasts the last two Heisman Trophy winners. And as Mel Kiper Jr. writes, the Trojans will most likely have the top two players taken in the 2006 NFL draft.
Plenty of big names -- including Corey Webster and Kyle Orton -- have fallen into the third round in Mel's mock draft.
The top 10 holds and WR Mark Bradley of Oklahoma makes his debut on Mel Kiper's Big Board of the top 25 NFL prospects.
Two more juniors debut on my Big Board after declaring for the NFL draft: RB Steven Jackson and CB DeAngelo Hall. QB Eli Manning remains No. 1.