Pro days are over. The combine and Senior Bowl are distant memories. With all the information we can possibly glean from the 2011 college football season, postseason and workouts, it is time to look at the top 300 players in the 2012 NFL draft class one more time.
There has been talk of big position shifts—Robert Griffin III overtaking Andrew Luck, Justin Blackmon slipping, Dontari Poe rising. What's truth and what's hype?
A true big board should be a reflection of film study, not an overreaction to workouts and 40 times. Using my 10 years experience as a coach and scout, here are my top 300 players, by position, for the 2012 draft.