While Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill’s draft stock reportedly soars with some suspecting he’s a lock now for the top 5, there’s a player on the defensive side of the ball making a move up according to national draft analysts. Most NFL GMs will tell you no one moves up or down a draft board at this point in the draft process unless there’s a major tragedy, but this cornerback’s value might be improved by virtue of a couple of the cornerbacks on front of him.
South Carolina’s Stephon Gilmore was widely considered a second-round prospect early in the draft process. Then he tested well at the Combine and his stock reportedly went up. But there was more to it than just a fast 40 time (4.40) and big vertical