More NFL draft fun: Jones, Reyes, Wolfe

You can bank on plenty of content from our NFL draft experts now that the big three-day extravaganza is two weeks away.

So what is the latest?

Mel Kiper has updated his Big BoardInsider, Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones is the only Big East player represented. Jones has seen his stock soar in the last two months, as teams began to see his true potential. When Jones made the decision to enter the draft, he was initially projected as a second- or third-round pick.

Now he seems destined to go on Day 1. Kiper has Jones listed as the No. 24 overall prospect, writing, "He's gotten bigger, but my guess is teams will still see him first as a 3-4 OLB. Jones has long arms and moves well, and the tape shows offensive linemen struggling to keep him engaged.

Kiper also has his underrated and overrated prospectsInsider. I am sure Cincinnati fans will like to know he has defensive tackle Derek Wolfe in the "underrated category." Kiper writes:

I love the versatility he can bring. I projected Wolfe as a surprise first-round pick by the Patriots because a scheme-versatile team can use a guy like him, who can be a one-gap guy in a 3-4 or easily flip to a 4-3 DT, up front. I've seen him on some boards as low as the third round. He should go higher.

Meanwhile, Todd McShay has a new mock draftInsider, complete with different scenarios for each team in Round 1. McShay has Jones going to the Jets at No. 16 -- his highest spot to date. McShay envisions a scenario in which several of the players the Jets covet would be off the board, leaving them to pick Jones because he is versatile and one of the most underrated players in the class.

UConn defensive tackle Kendall Reyes goes at No. 30 to San Francisco.