During Saturday's media session at the scouting combine, Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was at the podium surrounded by a swarm of media.
Off to the side, Tennessee defenisve tackle Dan Williams sat at a table with three or four media members.
It got me thinking: How many times over the years has the media focused on the wrong guy here? How many times has the presumed star been the focus while the guy who actually does become a star stay in the background?
More times than you can imagine.
What if Williams, who is a good player, ends up better than Suh? I'm not saying it will happen, but it could. And if it does, we'll look back on Saturday and think we were all wrong.
That's the nature of the draft in the NFL.
We all can be wrong.