You become what you always were...a very big fish.

Rankings of four other "major" scouting services listed in parenthesis. N/R means they aren't ranked in the top 40 by any of the other pundicators. Game on.

40. Jarran Reed- DT, Alabama (20, 29, 13, 13)

Another guy with the "safe pick" moniker, he's solid in all phases but not an elite pass rusher.

39. Jatavis Brown- LB, Akron  (N/R)

Hybrid alert! This dude hits and produces big numbers. He's 5'11", 225 and posted a 4.44 forty and 33 reps.  He's got short arms so he will miss a few tackles, but he's a combination of Zach Thomas and Lavonte David.

38.Taylor Decker- OT, Ohio State (34, 31, n, 16)

Nothing wows us about Decker.  He's an average athlete who is solid in both pass and run blocking and should develop into a run of the mill starting right tackle, which isn't bad.

37. Joe Thuney- G, N.C. State (N/R)

He has the size and athletic ability to be a Pro Bowl guard, and his tape is great too.  He's also versatile enough to play any position on the line which adds significant value.

36. Jonathan Bullard- DT/DE, Florida (21, n, 27, n)

Bullard can play tackle or end and can generate pressure from either spot.  He's a high motor guy who should become, at a minimum, an above average starter.

35. Will Jackson- CB, Houston (15, 35, 32, n)

He looks like a solid starting NFL corner, which lands him in the 30s for us.

34. Mackensie Alexander- CB, Clemson (21, 25, 23, n)

The zero interception theory.  How good can he be with zero career interceptions?  He has elite movement skills, but he's on the short side at 5'10".  Only 33% of passes thrown at him were completed which was best in the nation, but he's reportedly a bit of a nutter.  He's a tough evaluation.

33. Hunter Henry- TE, Arkansas (n, n, 33, 27)

Henry joins a long list of recent tight ends who we had as borderline bottom of the first round talents.  He was better on tape than at the Combine, but should be a starter by year two.

32. Vernon Butler- DT, Louisiana Tech (33, 15, 27, 24)

A similar prospect to Andrew Billings, but hasn't faced the level of competition and may need a year to acclimate.

31. Eli Apple- CB, Ohio State (30, n, 24, 28)

See Derron Lee below.  He could be great but the tape doesn't show consistency.

30. Derron Lee- LB, Ohio State (n, 19, 11, 9)

All the tools and makes some splash plays, but is far too inconsistent and at times seems either soft or disinterested.

29. Kevin Byard- S, Middle Tennessee St. (N/R)

He's got tweener size at 5'11", 216, but he's an elite athlete boasting long arms, big hands and 4.44 forty and 38 inch vertical. He also has great instincts posting 19 career interceptions, tied for the best in this draft class.  With his size conventional wisdom would say strong safety, but we think he may be better suited to play free safety with his ball skills. He's projected to be drafted late.  We'll see.

28. Jeremy Cash (N/R)

Cash ran a solid 4.56 at 6'0", 212 and was highly productive in college posting three 100 tackle seasons and garnering ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors. He has some Kam Chancellor in him.

27. Shon Coleman-OT, Auburn (31, 33, n, 31)

He's a similar prospect to Auburn tackle Greg Robinson who was drafted in the top 5 two years ago.  He has elite movement skills and is an excellent run blocker who will need some work as a pass protector.  He's also battled cancer and is 25 which pushes him down our board.

26. Keyarris Garrett-WR, Tulsa (N/R)

He's a doppelganger for Julio Jones at 6'3', 220, and equal in every regard but his forty time of 4.53. (Jones ran a 4.39). Garrett had a 37.5 vertical (Jones' was 36.5) with 34.5 inch arms!  His tape is great too, only dropping three of 99 catchable balls and leading the nation in receiving yards per game. The only hesitation we have is a serious injury in 2013.

25. Leo Floyd- Edge, Georgia (19, 20, 16, 21)

Barkevious Mingo 2.0?  Or maybe, dare we use the name, Dion Jordan?  He's the best looking player getting of the bus and a Combine Tarzan, but where is the elite production? We normally love Georgia defenders but he's a major question mark, particularly with a safety body type.

24. Paxton Lynch- QB, Memphis  (n,n, 28, n)

Monster arm and better athletically than people give him credit for.  He, more so than Wentz or Goff, will likely need a year to absorb an NFL offense.

23. Emmanuel Ogbah (37, n, 42, n)

He's slightly underrated. We expect him to settle in as an average run stopper who has 6-10 sacks per year. In the current NFL, that's valuable.

22. Corey Coleman- WR, Baylor (8, 15, 9, 20)

He has some Steve Smith to his game, but he's not nearly as physical.  Looks like a low-end number one/number two type.

21. Black Prescott- QB, Mississippi State (N/R)

His numbers as a passer are equal to those of Goff, Wentz and Lynch and he's run for 41 touchdowns. We still cannot figure out why Black isn't getting the love those two get.  Try reading ESPN's Quarterback Rating Sorta Black Hating or The Holy Trinity.