Kiper's 2017 Big Board: Jabrill Peppers rises into top 10

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The college football season has already had its fair share of upsets and surprises, and the same goes with my updated Big Board for the 2017 NFL draft. In this edition: There's a new No. 1; a hybrid player from the Big Ten has jumped a few spots into the top 10; and three new players have made the top 25 -- which means three others dropped out.

A reminder: General scouting reports on these players won't change week to week, unless my overall evaluation changes. I'll simply be updating performance notes and providing updates on key matchups to come.

One asterisk denotes a junior, and two asterisks denote a redshirt sophomore for the 2016 season.

1. *Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M

A brilliant, natural pass-rushing talent who, at 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, has the length, strength and ability to bend the edge. Garrett has production -- 24.0 sacks in two years plus two games -- and he looks like a top-five lock if he stays healthy. He comes from an athletic family -- both his brother and sister are great athletes. He still needs to improve against the run.