The 2010 NFL draft saw six Nittany Lions drafted across seven rounds. From Jared Odrick to Sean "Too Intense" Lee, it was a remarkably talented defensive class that carried the blue and white to their 11-2 record and the Capital One Bowl victory.
Now, with the offense as the focus for the first time in a long time, and the possibility of a true freshman under center, it'll be interesting to see what Penn State's 2011 draft class looks like.
Could Robert Bolden's learning curve cause Derek Moye to leave early? If the offensive line struggles will Evan Royster's prospects decline?
With less than two weeks until opening weekend, it's time for the fans to start buying tickets, jerseys, and face-paint. And with eight months until April, it's not a second too soon to cannonball into the mock draft deep end with Penn State's top five draft talents.