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Which draft prospects are seeing their stock jump or fall?"The 2019 draft season has been a wild one. Several high profile players have seen their stock plummet for one reason or another Jahlani Tavai Jersey Mens , and the swift risers quickly rose to take their places. With so much going on, it’s tough to keep everything in order. To combat that, we’re going to take a hard and fast look at who’s moving and in what direction. Just like our stock reports in season, we’re not going to waste time, so let’s dive right in!Stock UpDrew Lock, QB, Missouri: Teams meeting with Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins are also meeting with Drew Lock, meaning the Missouri signal caller is very much in the mix for QB-needy teams early.Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo: After crushing the NFL Combine, Jackson has seen a ton of buzz, and with the weak QB class, folks are asking themselves what 2018 Bills first-round pick Josh Allen had that Jackson does not. He’s no longer likely to be the late-round project we used to think.Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M: Williams benefits a little bit from a running back class that saw most of its top players dropping like flies with each 4.65 or greater run. He has only seen his stock rising to the point some have him listed as the top dog and few outside of their top five.Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis: His (obviously incorrectly reported) splits saw his name buzzing for a bit, but while we wait for his actual, official times to be confirmed, we’ve seen plenty of folks going back to his tape and realizing that this is a guy who can add playmaking ability to any offense to the point of being possibly the first RB selected.Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State: It wasn’t long ago that Sanders was considered a probable late-round pick, but there’s now a glut of Day 2 talk after his superb Combine both with metrics and interviews.Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State: Barnes crushed the Combine, and since the rest of the class didn’t that was enough to make his name among those benefiting the most from the process.T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: After knocking the Combine out of the park, Hockenson answered every question about his status as either 1A or 1B in a very strong tight end group.Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: Fant was able to remind everyone that his preseason status as a possible generational talent wasn’t without merit, and it’s no certainty he goes after his former Iowa teammate.Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina: Samuel seems to have solidified his spot as the top slot option in a class that has a ton of options there. Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn: Slayton had a strong enough Combine to put his name in the ring for Day 2 selection. The process since then hasn’t seen him drop since that initial bump.Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame: Boykin didn’t just measure out well at the Combine, he posted one of the best performances in Combine history. Any time you put up athleticism that rivals people with names like Andre Johnson or Julio Jones, you’re going to perk some ears up. Since then, I’ve even seen some with him as high as WR2, first round.Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington: McGary posted elite numbers at the Combine, but he was already getting some level of buzz before that. A probable Day 2 pick, McGary may be the top option to capitalize on some of the other top guys dropping.Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida: Taylor has been rising for a while Kenny Golladay Jersey , and I see no reason that he won’t continue to. Barring a complete meltdown at his pro day, I would expect Taylor to be the first tackle taken.Garrett Bradbury, IOL, North Carolina State: Bradbury was already poised to rise at the Combine, but it looks like his stock as a top interior lineman is pretty solidified now. I expect him to be gone by the time the Lions pick in the second round, but if he isn’t, he’d be hard to pass up.Chris Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College: Lindstrom shouldn’t have really snuck up on anybody, but it really felt that way. Coming from a school known to churn out linemen, Lindstrom is an elite athlete with expert technique who could be a Day 2 option.Eric McCoy, IOL, Texas A&M: McCoy wasn’t even on the radar of a lot of analysts prior to the Combine. While he had a fantastic showing there, it was primarily his tape that saw people thrusting him right into early Day 2 consideration. Stock DownDwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State: Most recent reports suggest teams are not as high on Haskins as originally anticipated, meaning a draft day tumble is possible. His pro day was very good, for as much as that’s worth, so maybe it turns around.Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama: This RB class, like the QB class, isn’t very strong and Jacobs is often considered the top guy in the group. His pro day was less than impressive, however, and a 4.6 runner of his size will draw more Ameer Abdullah comparisons than Le’Veon Bell.Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic: Measuring in at only 5-foot-7 and only 203 pounds, even smaller than expected, Singletary would measure like a power back in speed and agility and like a slot receiver for explosion drills (None of those are good things).Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia: A power back doesn’t need to be fast, but they shouldn’t be extremely slow, nor should they run even worse at their pro day.David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State: One of several rotating through as top back early in the process, Montgomery had a poor Combine that was followed by near absolute silence. That’s never a good sign for a prospect, as it means he has few fighting for his tape.Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama: Smith came in smaller than any tight ends at the Combine. That would have been fine if he came in as an the elite athlete he was projected to, but instead he came in as one of the lowest-rated athletes in the class. In a strong position group, that could be a killer. Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M: Sternberger is a receiving tight end only, with next to nil ability as a blocker. After a poor Combine overall, he’s seen his name drop behind the likes of Kahale Warring, Josh Oliver, and Foster Moreau in many rankings. It has been a pretty steep drop.D.K. Metcalf, WR Michael Roberts Jersey , Mississippi: Whaaat? Look, Metcalf is still going to be drafted very highly and may even still be the first WR drafted. A funny thing, though, is that after a pretty insane Combine showing by Metcalf and many experts throwing his poor agility times away, I saw OTHER receivers rising in response. That’s odd, and hints to me that he may not be as highly regarded as it seems.Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma: Brown suffered a serious injury early on in the process, but unlike players in the past who have had similar injuries early in the process I don’t see many pushing for his status as a top player at his position anymore, which likely means a drop.Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts: Despite a strong Combine, I’ve heard very little about Isabella while other slot receivers and speedy guys continue to rise. This one may shift the other way, however, as talk of his pro day was very positive.Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State: Campbell had a good Combine and was looking good at his pro day before going down injured. Any time a player goes down it’s bad news, and though we don’t know if it’s serious or not, you don’t like to see a guy’s momentum get blunted that way.Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama: After a disappointing Combine, many came to the defense of Williams’ tape. It’s okay, they say, you can just move him to right guard—A position he’s never played and expressed reservation at being able to play. Sounds like a top-10 worthy risk to me!Cody Ford, IOL, Oklahoma: After a so-so Combine, talk of Ford as a possible Day 1 talent almost completely ceased, and it became a talk of at what point on Day 2 he belongs. Beau Benzschawel, IOL, Wisconsin: Beau Goodluckpronouncinghisname was once considered a top interior line prospect in the class. That had largely cooled before the Combine even kicked off, but after underwhelming there, his name is barely mentioned anymore. Even after Wisconsin’s pro day, a time we’re always finding stock rise, there was nothing.Hjalte Froholdt, IOL, Arkansas: Look, I really liked Froholdt prior to the Combine. And he did awesome at the Combine, measuring out in elite territory. But when I went back to tape, I was amazed to see just how soft he was as a blocker. It was jarring especially on an Arkansas line. Still worth taking a look at late, but his NFL learning curve won’t be a short one.Deep SleepersNick Fitzgerald, QB, Mississippi State: Possessing a rare combination of size and speed at quarterback, Fitzgerald has plenty of holes to his game that will keep him out of the first few rounds. Not a polished passer by any stretch, Fitzgerald is a dual threat that a team like the Lions could look to pick up to add a more dynamic element to their offense after some work.Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple: Armstead is mainly considered a late-round type, but he’s one I expect to rise further and further as the draft approaches. He’s also one I expect the Lions to show interest in throughout the process.Kahale Warring, TE Taylor Decker Jersey , San Diego State: Not much of a sleeper anymore after a strong Combine, but I still see many placing Warring outside of Day 2, and that’s just crazy to me. An elite athlete in the vein of George Kittle, Warring may take a year or two to get going, but he’s going to make an offense very happy.Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State: If you haven’t heard Ferguson’s name, be prepared to see someone stanning him as the top receiver in the class, even though he’s more of a mid-to-late round guy. Ferguson is a very large, uber athletic receiving threat that is going to need some development, but he’s certainly a name to watch.Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux Falls: Pipkins is a guy few, including myself, had even heard of prior to the Combine. He wrecked the measurements there, which piqued my interest. There’s a lot of technical work to be done, but he’s exactly the type of developmental prospect you look for in a later round pick with great size and a full toolset.Ross Pierschbacher, IOL, Alabama: It’s weird talking about an Alabama lineman as a sleeper, but it’s not the first time we’ve brought up Pierschbacher as a sleeper. He measured out pretty average at the Combine, but his tape is certainly worth a watch, and he’s one I expect to get picked up by someone willing to develop him on Day 3. DETROIT 鈥?A season of ups and downs for the Minnesota Vikings comes down to this: beat Detroit and Chicago and they’re in the playoffs.First up are the banged-up Lions, who have already been eliminated from postseason contention, but with so much at stake, the Vikings can’t afford to look too far ahead.More Vikings coverageMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL draft capsulesVikings take fliers on CB Boyd, WR Mitchell, WR Johnson, LS Cutting in seventh roundVikings use sixth round to draft DT Watts, S Epps, OT UdohVikings draft USC linebacker Cameron Smith in fifth roundVikings trade up in fourth round, draft guard Dru Samia“We know what we’ve got to do at this point. We know how we’ve got to play,” running back Dalvin Cook said. “There’s little time for error right now. We just have to go out there and play clean football and win football games.”Minnesota won just one of its first four games this season, and the Vikings haven’t come close to matching last year’s 13-3 record. There will be no division title 鈥?Chicago already clinched that 鈥?but if the season ended now, the Vikings would be in the playoffs, so they still have all sorts of opportunities ahead of them.First, they’ll try to take care of business in Detroit.While Minnesota (7-6-1) has been underwhelming this season, the Lions (5-9) never really looked like contenders. They dropped their first two games, traded receiver Golden Tate and have now lost a handful of key players to injuries. Rookie running back Kerryon Johnson, defensive end Ziggy Ansah and wide receiver Marvin Jones are all on injured reserve.Detroit hasn’t scored more than 22 points in any of its last eight games.“Obviously the playoffs are, that’s the goal and that’s what you’re shooting for every single week,” said Matt Patricia, the Lions’ first-year coach. “The thing that’s different, I think, is that every week you don’t walk into the room and talk about playoffs. You just kind of walk in and talk about the game that week. … The fact is, we still have to go play a really good Minnesota team this weekend that’s coming off a huge win.”The Vikings聽beat Miami 41-17聽last weekend.A few more things to watch when the Lions host the Vikings:STACKS OF SACKSThe Vikings set a franchise record with 10 sacks in a win over the Lions聽earlier this season聽, and they’re coming off a nine-sack performance against Miami. They lead the league with 47 sacks.“You know that they’re going to come out there, they’re game-planning against what we’ve done the first time,” said defensive end Danielle Hunter Graham Glasgow Jersey , who’s tied for second in the NFL with a career-high 14陆 sacks. “We’d expect to see more max protection, them running the ball and all that. Stuff like that.”Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been sacked five times or more in 16 games of his 10-year career, and seven of those were against the Vikings.STREAKStafford missed 19 games in his first two seasons while plagued by injuries. He’s started every game since, a streak of 126, not including the playoffs.“It means a lot. Well documented, first two years, (I) missed a bunch and I wanted to prove to my teammates, this organization, myself, everybody, that I could be out there for extended periods of time,” Stafford said.Stafford has been limited in practice recently because of back issues, but he pushed back against the idea he should sit now, with the playoffs out of reach.“I spend all offseason and all season working hard to play in games with these teammates and for this organization,” he said. “(I) take no games for granted and go out there and play whenever I feel like I can.”READY TO RETURNThe first of five career punt returns for touchdowns for the Vikings by Marcus Sherels came on Sept. 30, 2012, at Detroit. Last week against the Dolphins, Sherels had a 70-yard return and totaled 116 yards on five returns.“We kind of challenged him a little bit this last week at being more aggressive,” coach Mike Zimmer said.Detroit has activated returner Jamal Agnew off IR. He was an All-Pro last season.ANOTHER OPTIONWith opponents frequently sending double teams at Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, the Vikings have needed other pass catchers to step up for quarterback Kirk Cousins.Aldrick Robinson, who was signed as a free agent two weeks into the season, has shown some potential. His 40-yard touchdown reception against the Dolphins gave him five scores in 10 games. He’s reached the end zone on nearly 30 percent of his 17 receptions.MARK OF FAILUREFrom 2001-12, the Lions had double-digit losses 10 times in 12 seasons. It hasn’t happened since that 2012 season, but Detroit needs to win its final two games to avoid it this year.MINNESOTA (7-6-1) at DETROIT (5-9)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxOPENING LINE 鈥?Vikings by 3 陆RECORD VS. SPREAD 鈥?Minnesota 7-6-1, Detroit 8-6SERIES RECORD 鈥?Vikings lead 73-39-2LAST MEETING 鈥?Vikings beat Lions 24-9, Nov. 4LAST WEEK 鈥?Vikings beat Dolphins 41-17; Lions lost to Bills 14-13AP PRO32 RANKING 鈥擵ikings No. 13, Lions No. 25 (tie)VIKINGS OFFENSE 鈥?OVERALL (15), RUSH (29), PASS (10)VIKINGS DEFENSE 鈥?OVERALL (4), RUSH (13), PASS (4)LIONS OFFENSE 鈥?OVERALL (24), RUSH (24), PASS (21)LIONS DEFENSE 鈥?OVERALL (13),RUSH (16), PASS (11)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES 鈥?Vikings can clinch spot in playoffs with win and losses by both Washington (at Tennessee) and Philadelphia (vs. Houston). Lions already eliminated from playoff hunt. … Minnesota sacked Detroit’s Matthew Stafford 10 times in previous meeting. … Vikings have lost six of last nine games at Ford Field, including game vs. Giants in 2010 that was relocated when Metrodome collapsed during snowstorm. … Minnesota’s 10 sacks vs. Lions set franchise record. Vikings also had nine sacks vs. Dolphins last weekend, making them second team in NFL since 1990 to have two games of nine-plus sacks in same season. Jaguars did it in 2017. .. Vikings lead NFL with 47 sacks and are first in league in third-down defense (28.8 percent conversion rate) and second in red-zone defense (42.2 percent touchdown rate). … Minnesota’s Kirk Cousins needs 87 yards passing to reach 4,000 for fourth straight season and post fifth such season in Vikings history (Warren Moon in 1994 and 1995, Daunte Culpepper in 2004, Brett Favre in 2009). … Detroit’s Kenny Golladay led team with seven receptions for career-high 146 yards last weekend. He has 1,005 yards receiving on season. … Lions trying to avoid first season with double-digit losses since 2012. Detroit lost at least 10 games 10 times in 12 seasons from 2001-12, but has not done so since. … Lions put rookie RB Kerryon Johnson on injured reserve this week. DE Ziggy Ansah, WR Marvin Jones and G T.J. Lang are also on IR. … Detroit RB Zach Zenner trying for third straight game with rushing touchdown. … Fantasy tip: Could be good week to have Minnesota defense, given sack total from last meeting and Detroit’s offensive problems. Lions have not scored more than 22 points since Oct. 21.
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