John Brantley, Florida: It'll be a surprise if Brantley is drafted.
Kirk Cousins, Michigan State: Cousins had a really impressive Pro Day. The throwing portion was good, but what caught everyone's attention is that he scripted his workout, which is pretty atypical. "The fact that he scripted and directed his entire workout was impressive to all the coaches," said Mike Mayock, live from East Lansing.
Nick Foles, Arizona: Foles hurt himself at his Pro Day. He struggled passing the ball, unable to throw spirals on occasion.
Robert Griffin, Baylor: Griffin was outstanding at his Pro Day, completing 49-of-51 passes. There's a very small chance that he could be the No. 1 overall pick this April.
Jordan Jefferson, LSU: Jefferson threw poorly in the drills.
Ryan Lindley, San Diego State: Lindley completed 67-of-73 attempts at his Pro Day. He was impressive, showing off quality arm strength. He'll be chosen early on Day 3.
Andrew Luck, Stanford: Luck predictably had a terrific Pro Day. There's no doubt that he'll be the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Kellen Moore, Boise State: The consensus belief is that Moore is good enough to be a career backup in the NFL, but not good enough to be a starter.
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State: Weeden looked good in his workout. He made all the throws and tossed only one uncatchable ball. Go to the NFL Draft Rumor Mill for more.