The NFL scouting combine is done, pro days are taking place around the Big Ten, and Todd McShay has another version of his NFL mock draft. Big Ten fans will have to scroll past the reshuffled top 10, as no players from the league appear -- despite some good performances from Taylor Lewan, Ra'Shede Hageman and others at the combine.
Here's how McShay sees things going for Big Ten prospects:
No. 12: Michigan OT Taylor Lewan to New York Giants
No. 20: Michigan State CB Darqueze Dennard to Arizona
No. 22: Ohio State CB Bradley Roby to Philadelphia
No. 29: Minnesota DT Ra'Shede Hageman to New England
Lewan holds steady from McShay's previous mock, but Dennard and Hageman both move up and Roby enters the mix after being left out.
It would be exciting to see Dennard playing opposite Patrick Peterson in Arizona, and New England could be a great spot for Hageman.
Mel Kiper's latest Big Board, by the way, lists Lewan at No. 7, Dennard at No. 18 and Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier at No. 25.