Mel Kiper's latest 2010 Big Board

Ndamukong Suh finds it almost impossible not to be productive. I wrote about it earlier this week, a few days after he'd manhandled Missouri in a game in which he also had an interception. A defensive tackle getting an INT would be surprising if Suh wasn't tied for third nationally in passes defensed with eight. Incredible. Add to that his run-stopping success and constant harrassment of opposing quarterbacks and you have the total package (and a move up the Big Board).

Further east, in the Big 12 Conference, you have Gerald McCoy holding steady as a likely top-five pick at the same position. It's a credit to McCoy because you're talking about a kid that likely would have gone in a similar position in this year's draft. But he hasn't shown the complacency that infects some top talents. One new addition to the board this week is a former juco star with a lot of explosiveness, length and production. Jason Pierre-Paul has a great package of skills and could be a top-15 pick in the spring.

Big Board Bar1Sam BradfordQB6-4223 Analysis: Has underrated arm, great feel for position; superaccurate. Last week: No. 1

2Ndamukong SuhDT6-4300 Analysis: Explosive, relentless and consistent. Last week: No. 3

3Eric BerryDB5-11203 Analysis: Ultimate playmaker, in the Ed Reed mold. Last week: No. 2

4Gerald McCoyDT6-4297 Analysis: Disruptive force. Productive NFL career ahead. Last week: No. 5

5Taylor MaysS6-3235 Analysis: Linebacker size and cornerback speed. Last week: 7