Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby’s draft stock may be on the verge of falling, but if he can bounce back the rest of this season, the Buffalo Bills should remain interested. (Photo: Raj Mehta — USA Today Sports)
BBD Editor: Dan Hope
Four weeks into the NFL season, it’s starting to become more clear which NFL teams are contenders or pretenders, and what teams are going to need to add in the 2014 NFL draft. While there are still more than seven months for changes to take place, college football’s best players are starting to make their cases to be first-round draft selections nearly halfway through the college football season.
One reason why I’m updating my mock draft just two weeks after releasing my first mock of the season: the Cleveland Browns’ acquisition of the Indianapolis Colts’ first-round pick in exchange for running back Trent Richardson. That trade, along with some teams winning or struggling more than anticipated, has led to significant changes from Mock Draft 1.0.
The top two selections and top five players, however, have not changed in these projections.