Though the college football season has been over for nearly two weeks, the stocks of many 2014 NFL draft prospects are as fluid as ever.
Two significant college football all-star games, the East-West Shrine Game and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, were played on Saturday. As many of the nation’s senior draft hopefuls tried to prove themselves as NFL prospects in front of team scouts, coaches and executives, the draft pool also expanded by nearly 100 players as the underclassmen declaration deadline came last week.
This week, draft boards will continue to shift as more than 100 NFL prospects participate in the 2014 Senior Bowl. But before Senior Bowl week begins, we take a look at one possible scenario for how the first four rounds of this year’s draft picks could play out.
Notes: The official order of the No. 16-17 overall selections will be determined by a coin flip at the NFL Scouting Combine. The official order of the Nos. 29-32 overall selections will be determined by the results of the NFL’s conference championship games and the Super Bowl.
Compensatory picks have not yet been announced by the league and are not included here.