Every year it happens, some players are locks to go in a certain area of the draft, and other players draft stock are wildly unpredictable.
Whether it be through limited athletic ability, character issues, or just suspect technique, a number of players will go into free fall on draft day. Some teams might take a chance on them early, willing to accept the boom or bust potential of these picks, but if they don't then the fall can be a long way down the draft.
Brady Quinn and Aaron Rodgers saw themselves fall from potential number one picks to near the end of the first round.
This year is no different, with some players who were top of their class in college maybe not even making it into the first three rounds.