One man who's draft stock has been trending way down is Da'Quan Bowers.
He's went from consensus no. one overall pick to not even being a guaranteed first-round pick.
Luckily for Bowers, I think he'll go to the Lions at no. 13.
The Lions biggest need is corner back, but if Amukamara and Peterson are both off the board when they pick (as they should be) then there won't be a corner worth picking. There's also no offensive tackle really worth this pick unless they reach for Anthony Castonzo, but I don't see that happening.
So then where do the Lions go with this pick? Why not defensive end.
They could give themselves the most feared front four in all of football for the next 10 years if they do.
Ndamukong Suh is dominant, Cliff Avril is good and only getting better, Corey Williams has a few more good years left in him, but Kyle Vanden Bosch seems to be done.
If they can replace him with Da'Quan Bowers they'd be taking a huge chance, but it might just be the best thing that ever happened to them.