Today's mock draft examines the first round through the lens of risers and fallers. With the all-star games, combine, and the first week of pro days done (not to mention our second draft prospect arrest), the board remains fluid. 1. Indianapolis Colts, QB Andrew Luck, Stanford HOLDING STEADY: Still the one. 2. Washington Redskins (from St. Louis Rams), QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor RISER: Griffin's interviews and workout at the combine cinched that he is the second best prospect in the draft and worthy of a trade-up.
After the 2012 NFL combine, prospects have another golden opportunity to respond with a pro day to increase draft value. And, whether a prospect had a poor or great combine, the pro days are a chance to respond well and/or display c... Read Post
Recently, I wrote an article outlining the prospects that the Titans will be focusing on in the first round. Now, with the draft inching closer and closer, and with everything over other than pro days, mock drafts are reaching their... Read Post
The NFL Scouting Combine is currently helping and killing a ton of players' draft stocks. Every year, we see risers and we see fallers, all because of this one week in Indianapolis. The most notable riser is Georgia Tech's star wide... Read Post