The NFL Draft is fast approaching, and with the NFL Scouting Combine getting underway next week, it's as good a time as any to start looking a little more in-depth at some of the top players. Anyone can do a mock draft, but we want to look at the guys who have to show more than just talent.
Over the last few years the NFL has taken a hard stance on the character and integrity of the players to make the league much more business like. This has caused a number of talented players to fall much lower in the draft than they, or any expert, thought they would.
Just last year WR Dez Bryant fell to the bottom of the first round because there were concerns about his character, despite being one of the most talented players in the draft class.
There is no shortage of talent in this draft, but there are also a number of talented players who have to prove that they aren't going to be a problem when they get in the NFL. If they can do that, they won't have to wait long to hear their name called on draft day. If they stumble in the interview process, they will have a longer wait in the green room than Aaron Rodgers and Brady Quinn combined.
Here are the 10 most tantalizing talents with the biggest character concerns going into the 2011 NFL Draft.