Ok. I just talked to Robbie Esch of the Huddle Report. The Huddle report has been keeping track of the "draft experts" out there both with how they did in the 1st round and how they did with their top 100. It turns out that, to be considered for the top 100 ranking on Huddle Report, the person has to have turned in their listing by a deadline. Mike Mayock has never done so. In fact, according to Mr. Esch, Mayock's final mock and prospect list that is used for the counting, doesn't go up until right before the draft or sometimes after the draft has started. Mayock is very good at evaluating football talent. I only take issue with him when he tries to knock an individual player with comments that could be applied to a everyone in that situation. I think Mayock is great at predicting where players are going to go and he's got a good knack for knowing what the league will do as a whole and for breaking down players. But, one has to wonder about why he would refuse to submit his top 100 like all the other "draft experts" out there. I will, for one, be waiting to see when Mayock's final mock and top 100 go up and to see how well he does and whether he compares with Rich Gosselin.