Floyd, Smith holding steady on draft boards

The movement at this point in the NFL evaluation process — two-plus weeks removed from the combine — should be little cause for concern. And so even though the draft stocks of Michael Floyd and Harrison Smith have dipped slightly on this week's boards, the general perception of them among NFL executives likely has not taken a big hit in recent weeks.

Floyd dropped one spot to No. 13 on Mel Kiper's 25-man Big Board, which Smith fell six spots on, to No. 24Insider.

After a strong showing in Indy, he cracked the Big Board for the first time two weeks ago. Smith's instincts are fantastic, and he can do it all. He takes great routes and is disruptive in the passing game, but also attacks the run. Testing well was crucial.

Both players remain No. 2 at their respective positions on Kiper's top-five rankings by positionInsider.

Floyd fell four spots on Todd McShay's 32-man board, to No. 23Insider.

Analysis: Floyd's combine showing confirmed that he has the speed to get over the top of man coverage. He also has elite downfield ball skills. Floyd can make a strong case as the second wide receiver off the board.