Updating the 2016 Big Board

William Jackson III shined at Houston, and he has done nothing but impress during the draft process. Jonathan Dyer/USA TODAY Sports

With pro days now essentially completed, here's an update on the best players in the 2016 NFL draft class.

The usual reminder: The Big Board is not a prediction of where players will be drafted, only where I have them ranked. Again this week, these are just updates, not full scouting reports.

An asterisk denotes a player who was a junior for the 2015 season. Two asterisks denotes a redshirt sophomore.

1. *Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss Rebels

The traits you covet with enough tape to match. Tunsil is the best tackle in this class, and has a real chance to be a special one at the next level -- and right now, the NFL is a league short on elite talent at the position. He's not perfect, but the tools are there.

2. *Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State Seminoles

Not going anywhere after a great pro day as icing on the cake. The debate on Ramsey is where he'll end up at the next level. He has the versatility to be a really good cornerback or a really good safety, but we can't dismiss the idea that it could be a combination of the two. He'll be very good in any case.