While everyone knows about the nation's top pro prospects, this is a team-by-team look at one prospect from each FBS program who probably won't be drafted, but there is a good chance their professional dream isn't over.
Alabama has produced multiple first rounders each of the last five years, but that streak is in jeopardy in the 2015 NFL Draft. Barring a catastrophic event, wide receiver Amari Cooper is a lock for the top-32, but strong safety Landon Collins is the wildcard.
Big names -- Adrian Peterson of the Vikings, Chargers QB Philip Rivers and Chiefs pass rusher Justin Houston -- are being discussed as draft weekend trade chips. They are among 10 valued veterans who could change address this week if the price is right.
The Miami Dolphins made the big splash in free agency with the signing of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and could see Georgia's Todd Gurley as the perfect draft day follow-up. Meanwhile if Philip Rivers is to remain in San Diego, protecting him with Wisconsin's record-breaking Melvin Gordon could be the key to success in the AFC West.
Todd Gurley and Combine star Chris Conley assure that this year's draft class will offer more flash than last year's crop -- which featured the least number of Bulldogs selected since 1991. Who are the "other" Georgia prospects likely to be drafted and what lies in store for 2016?
Among the 17 players the Seattle Seahawks invited for private visits or traveled to work out before the 2015 NFL Draft, there was a wide spread of positions, including four wide receivers and defensive linemen.
In a follow-up to the trade that sent Sam Bradford to Philadelphia and brought potential replacement Nick Foles to St. Louis, the Rams held private meetings or workouts with five of the six top-rated quarterbacks in the NFL Draft.