Where a player gets drafted can mean millions of dollars.
As the regular season is coming to a close, there are fewer opportunities for seniors and other draft-eligible players to make an impression on NFL scouts.
Heisman front-runner Andrew Luck doesn't need to prove anything else—he will likely be the No. 1 overall pick.
But then there are players like Baylor's Kendall Wright. He's talented, but he needs to keep proving it with every play.
Wright is not alone, as there are hundreds of players who need to take advantage of the opportunities when they are presented.
So here are 20 players that could move up the draft board with a good showing in a bowl game.