Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Top Performer: Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
My winner of the Senior Bowl, Eric Fisher made himself a lot of money this week by showing a dominant streak at left tackle. Fisher has prototypical size and length, and he backs that up with grace and balance in his lower body. Fisher's a top-10 pick walking away from Mobile.
Worst Performer: Braxston Cave, Notre Dame
You never want to see an offensive lineman getting walked backward by defenders, and that's really all we saw from Cave this week. He's gone from mid-rounder to undrafted.
Lane Johnson finished a close second to Fisher as the best offensive lineman here. He showed off exceptional athleticism and was much stronger than anticipated. He is now a top-15 pick.
Justin Pugh can't make his arms any longer, but he does a good job sliding his feet to make up ground. Once he learns to punch and initiate contact, he's going to be a star.
Rick Wagner looked like a starting-caliber right tackle in run situations, but he's still getting bent back in pass protection. Teams who love him and run heavily may value Wagner higher than I do. For me he's a fifth-rounder.
D.J. Fluker weighed in but didn't participate in practices due to a strained calf.
Cal center Brian Schwenke helped himself out with a very strong week of practice. In a weak center class, he's moving up the board.
The best guard here was Larry Warford from Kentucky. He's a bowling ball of a player with great power to push the pile. He wasn't great in pass protection but excels as a combo blocker on the inside.
Jordan Mills may see a move to guard. He's short-armed and not quick enough to play on the left side.
Xavier Nixon earned the nickname "Elephant Feet" for his heavy steps. He's a right tackle on my board now.
Terron Armstead was a late addition, and an impressive one for a small-school kid. He's worth a late-round pick as a developmental player.
Kyle Long missed two days of practice with the flu but told me Thursday that he was back to feeling normal and was looking to make up for lost time in the game.