Texas WR Roy Williams moves from No. 8 to No. 3 on Mel Kiper Jr.'s Big Board of the top 25 NFL prospects.
Roy Williams was impressive during an individual workout and could be a top-five pick, but his Texas teammates did not fare as well.
Mel takes a look at the first-round strategies of five NFL teams in his latest mailbag.
Larry Fitzgerald is still No. 1, but the rest of the top six has shuffled and Philip Rivers has vaulted to No. 8.
Mel Kiper answers your questions about Pittsburgh WR Larry Fitzgerald, the bowl picture, UConn and more in his latest mailbag.
There's a new No. 1 on my Big Board: Ole Miss QB Eli Manning, who's edged ahead of Texas WR Roy Williams.
Ole Miss QB Eli Manning has ascended to the No. 2 spot on my Big Board, right behind Texas WR Roy Williams.
Five new senior prospects, led by Virginia Tech C Jake Grove, make their debuts in my rankings of the Top 25 prospects for the 2004 NFL draft.
Northern Illinois RB Michael Turner makes his debut in my Big Board of the Top 25 senior prospects for the NFL draft.
Ole Miss QB Eli Manning and Wisconsin WR Lee Evans are moving up my Big Board.
Texas WR Roy Williams remains No. 1 on my list of the Top 25 prospects for the 2004 NFL draft.
Rashaun Woods is one of the most polished wide receivers in the nation, and plays quicker than his 40 time indicates.
Texas has one of the best receiving corps in the nation, led by Heisman hopeful Roy Williams, while Sean Taylor and Marlin Jackson are the best junior DBs right now.
Texas WR Roy Williams has the inside track to be the No. 1 pick in the 2004 draft.