NFL draft risers, sliders: Week 6
• The Indianapolis Colts are making the transition from one franchise signal caller, Peyton Manning, to another, Andrew Luck. It also looks like Luck's former college is moving on to its next dominant signal caller. Since taking over for Luck at Stanford this season, Josh Nunes has improved each week and his play against Arizona was outstanding. Nunes is a step below Luck in every area, but the junior has next-level skills and has impressed scouts through the first half of the season.
• Impressing scouts is what West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith has done every week this season. Highlighted earlier during our
• Connecticut cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson has struggled with leg issues this season yet showed flashes of dominance against Rutgers. He's a well sized corner who needs to stay healthy and improve his fundamentals but comes with a big upside.
• The struggles continue for Arkansas running back Knile Davis. During the teams much needed victory over Auburn, Davis carried the ball three times, finishing with minus four yards. Considered a potential top 60 pick at one time, it would be a mistake for the junior to enter the 2013 draft.