Every single year, there are plenty of prospects that see their stock fall dramatically in the lead-up to the NFL draft. There are multiple reasons for experts selling these stocks, and some are predictable.
Take Janoris Jenkins for example. We all knew that character concerns were going to be a major factor when teams drew up their final big board, so it isn't surprising that he has gone from a mid first-round pick to probable second-round selection.
Other falls are less predictable. Remember Donovan Warren, the former Michigan All-American was projected to go in the first or second round of the 2010 NFL draft? As the annual event approached in New York City, his stock rapidly fell and Warren ended up not getting drafted at all.
This article is going to focus on Dontari Poe and 10 other players who have seen their draft stock fall in short order.