Mel Kiper's latest 2010 Big Board

I address it further in Behind the Big Board, but as you can see with the latest addition to the Big Board, the amount of defensine lineman (both tackles and ends) is becoming extraordinary. The juniors who have crashed the party later in the season certainly add a lot, but in any event, if you have a need for a good interior or edge lineman -- or even an outside guy in a 3-4 -- this is a draft in which you should be able to get a lot of value.

Again, I'm not saying you could see this many guys come flying off the board in the first round of the draft. What I am saying is that if teams simply drafted without regard to need, you could see a run on these types. Some may fall to the second round from this group, but not because they deserve to.

Big Board Bar1Ndamukong SuhDT6-4300 Analysis: Explosive, relentless and consistent. Last week: No. 1

2Gerald McCoyDT6-4297 Analysis: Disruptive force. Productive NFL career ahead. Last week: No. 2

3Carlos DunlapDE6-6290 Analysis: Physical tools are off the charts. Has unlimited upside. Last week: No. 4

4Eric BerryDB5-11203 Analysis: Ultimate playmaker, in the Ed Reed mold. Last week: No. 3

5Sam BradfordQB6-4223 Analysis: Has underrated arm, great feel for position; is superaccurate. Last week: No. 5