So this time last year I remember thinking, "Hey, Brandon Spikes is ******* awesome. He should be a Patriot. But aww shucks, he'll totally be off the board when the Patriots pick at 27." Aaaaaaaand then he ran a 4.8 at the combine and fell to the end of the 2nd round where we nabbed him. The same can be said for Everson Griffen who was a surefire mid 1st round pick. Until draft day when nobody decided to draft him until Minnesota took him with the 2nd pick in the 4th round. Jonathan Dwyer was projected to be one of the top backs in the draft until he wasn't and finally found a home in the 6th round. So my question is, with another deep draft like this, who do you think are the players that fall on draft day? We could do this around the combine but in my mind it's just way less fun. Fallers: Cameron Heyward- A less than stellar senior campaign and a nasty elbow injury that will limit him before the draft all add up to a slide out of the first round. Oh, and his position is just stacked. Jake Locker- When your best season involves completing 58% of your passes, you suck. That's just a fact. I bet he falls to the 3rd. Robert Quinn- 1 and a half years of football experience, kicked out of school, not a great program. I bet he falls past 15. Risers: Ras-I Dowling- He would have been a 1st rounder last year had he entered but that moron decided he wanted an education. With a good combine i bet he sneaks into the late 1st-early 2nd Phil Taylor- Yes, he's a douchebag but he's got a unique blend of size and speed. Someone will make a play for him earlier than they should.