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Senior Bowl primer: 40 NFL draft prospects you need to know
All eyes will be on Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield, but the rest of the roster is solid, too. Kiper, McShay and our NFL draft experts break down the best and most intriguing prospects at the Senior Bowl, and those who could rise.
McShay's Top 32 for NFL draft: There's a new No. 1, and it's not a QB
Where are all the quarterbacks in Todd McShay's latest rankings? Hint: They're all after Saquon Barkley ... in some order. McShay also offers his top 10 prospects by position.
Kiper's 2018 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: Browns take a QB, but not one you'd guess
Mel has Josh Rosen to the Giants as Eli Manning's successor, but the UCLA star isn't the first quarterback off the board. Here's Kiper's first projection of picks 1-32 for the 2018 draft.
Kiper's 2018 Big Board and position rankings: Big changes in top 25
Baker Mayfield is included in Mel Kiper's latest ranking of the top prospects for next year's draft, but Roquan Smith made the biggest move in the top 25. We have updated position rankings, too.
2018 NFL draft order: Top 30 picks set
The Browns have the most draft capital, with two of the top four picks. The order for most of the other eliminated teams is set, too. Here's a rundown of who has the top 30 picks, with projections for the rest.
Wyoming QB Josh Allen admitted his first Senior Bowl practice was "a little ugly" as he and the receivers got adjusted to each other and a new playbook, and he said he had some "easy misses." But he said that's to be expected on Day 1 and "we'll come out tomorrow and clean things up."
Penn State TE Mike Gesicki (6-foot-5, 242 pounds) has the route running skill set and body control to win on middle-of-the-field throws. During one-on-one sessions today, Gesicki showed the ability to stem the defender within the route and then gain leverage at the top of route. Size and ball skills at the point of attack, too.
Arizona State RB Kalen Ballage (6-foot-2, 222 pounds) really flashed some lateral speed today for a big back with downhill ability. Ballage can skate to open running lanes and also showed his versatility as a receiver in one-on-ones versus linebackers in coverage. He set up the defender well and created separation on underneath throws.
North team finishing up practice at the Senior Bowl. South team went earlier today. One coach working with these guys told me: "You can tell real quick who is going to make it in this league. You can tell this week."
Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen warm up before the North practice.
Washington State quarterback Luke Falk is honoring his former backup, Tyler Hilinski, at this week's Senior Bowl by wearing Hilinski's No. 3. Hilinski died of an apparent suicide earlier this month, and Falk wants to both honor him and bring attention to his story since he said there is often a stigma for men and football players struggling with similar issues.
Baker Mayfield has made it to Mobile. Time for his first practice at the Senior Bowl.
UNC CB M.J. Stewart (5-foot-11, 198 pounds) had a really impressive session during one-on-ones today. Stewart displayed the footwork to mirror releases and he challenged the break at the top of the route. Quick to drive and close on the ball. Stewart has the ability to bump inside to the slot at the pro level too.
Key ready to get after NFL QBs.
Todd McShay expects Arden Key to make noise in the NFL, as he projects the LSU DE to be a first-round pick.
UTSA DE Marcus Davenport (6-foot-6, 259 pounds) has already shown flashes of his power at the Senior Bowl workouts, both during individual drills and one-on-one pass rush. Davenport's technique is still raw on film, but he has natural strength at the point of attack and he comes off the ball with speed.
Wyoming quarterback and top draft prospect Josh Allen faced waves of questions at Tuesday's Senior Bowl media session about how he might handle being the No. 1 overall pick, how he might handle joining an 0-16 Browns team or how he might handle the New York atmosphere if he goes to the Giants or Jets. Allen handled all of them in similar fashion, saying all situations will come with pressure — but he has already been self-motivated and held himself to a higher standard his entire life.
Wyoming QB Josh Allen: "They know the arm is there. I want them to see the accuracy. I want them to see the type of person I am."
Luke Falk describes meeting with teams at the Senior Bowl: "It was kind of like speed dating except it's for a job." The former Washington State QB is a top-10 prospect at his position but has a lot to prove transitioning from an Air Raid offense to pro schemes.
Josh Allen has an opportunity playing for Denver's coaching staff at the Senior Bowl. He pointed out that the Broncos a "quarterback-needy team."
San Diego State RB Rashaad Penny said he modeled his game after Reggie Bush growing up in California. He said their games aren't too similar, but he'd love to make the rookie year splash that Bush did.
South Dakota State TE on plays his team ran similar to Chiefs TE Travis Kelce
You'd be hard-pressed to find a player here at the Senior Bowl smiling more than Central Florida linebacker Shaquem Griffin, who is chasing his NFL dream despite having just one hand. He's undersized at 6-foot, 223 pounds, but plans to audition everywhere from edge rusher to linebacker to defensive back this week. Griffin said this opportunity "means everything."
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow examine the quarterbacks in the 2018 draft class, debate which teams have the biggest need at the position and much more.
If there were a do-over of last year's draft, how long would Deshaun Watson last? Would the Bears still pick Mitchell Trubisky to be their QB of the future? How early would Marshon Lattimore go? Our NFL Insiders re-draft the top five.
Former Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks shows his leadership skills by commanding the room during his introduction.
Chris Long says players such as himself and Philadelphia Eagles teammate Malcolm Jenkins have proven that they can be involved with social issues without hurting the on-field product.
Vikings' head coach Mike Zimmer speaks on potential replacements for Pat Shurmur and who will start at quarterback next season.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss how Dak Prescott and Dez Bryant's on-field rapport is affecting Bryant's overall production as a Cowboy.
Former Alabama star Calvin Ridley is projected as the top WR in the 2018 draft after making a series of highlight-reel plays for the Crimson Tide.