For most of the draft season, it's been a two-quarterback race at the top, with one clear leader. Now that teams have gotten to see more of Ryan Tannehill, he is in the mix within the top 10 picks. This mock goes two full rounds.
A.J. Green has been perhaps the steadiest player on the Big Board in the past year. He moves up this week and is a legitimate contender to be the No. 1 pick overall, if the Panthers want to work with the quarterbacks they have.
The 2011 NFL draft is set up tp be one of the most unpredictable in years. But that doesn't mean taking a shot at a little pick prognostication isn't in order. Here, Mel takes a look at how the draft could go through three full rounds.
ESPN NFL draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. ranks the Top 25 pro prospects. The Big Board becomes the subtext for his mock draft. These players have the most pro potential, but the Big Board has no direct bearing on the order in which they'd be picked.
The move by the Washington Redskins to get Donovan McNabb just drastically shifted how the top five picks in the NFL draft could play out. Subsequently, it also means the rest of the top 10 could change. Here, Mel breaks down the shift.