While a rookie from last year, Cam Newton, competes for the Madden cover vote, this year's draftees also look to see their stocks rise and fall in the days leading up to the draft.
The month of April is one of the hardest to predict, as NFL teams take a last look at players' tapes, combine performances and interviews.
I can't speak to why NFL higher-ups see things on tape now that they didn't see before, but it's always interesting to track where the stocks of the top prospects are going.
Of course, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III's draft stocks aren't going up or down—rather, this article is dedicated to the players who are moving slots as the selection process approaches.
Here are seven of those top prospects.