It’s almost always certain which players will land in the first four or so picks in the NFL draft, with those players usually being aware of their destinations before the picks are even registered.
For some players, their draft selection sometimes relies upon team needs, and that’s when we start getting into drafting positionally or for the best player available.
Most remember the Brady Quinn debacle of 2007 when he was thought to be the top overall talent, but because of team needs, he slipped all the way to No. 22 overall.
The following is a list of four players who have high expectations and tremendous talent but could see their names drop on the draft board out of the Top 10.