Teams with a pressing need at the tight end or running back position definitely won't like the non-existent depth at those positions in the 2016 NFL Draft. Other than Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott, there are no automatic first-round picks in this bunch.
By now you've heard about all of the top prospects at talent hotbeds like Alabama and Ohio State, but what about the lesser-known prospects who will surprise in the NFL? We take a position-by-position look at sleepers, including players who weren't even invited to the combine but could surprise if given a chance.
The first step to Senior Bowl week is the weigh-ins where each player is trotted on stage for official measurements and North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz and others checked several boxes for NFL scouts.