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Mel Kiper updates Big Board

October, 7, 2010
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Mel Kiper has an update to his Big Board, and his top seniors and underclassmen by position. Andrew Luck remains the No. 1 player on his board despite the loss to Oregon, and he is really high on Clemson DE Da'Quan Bowers.

There are no non-AQ players on the big board, but several on the senior and underclassmen list. One new face this week: Boise State WR Titus Young is listed as the No. 5 senior receiver. Kiper writes, "His chemistry with Kellen Moore is excellent. If he clicks like that with his pro QB, watch out."

Fresno State's Andrew Jackson and TCU's Marcus Cannon remain in his top 5 among senior guards. About Cannon, Kiper says, "Cannon is a huge guy and the most NFL-ready player on the Horned Frogs' team this year."

BYU offensive tackle Matt Reynolds remains No. 1 at his position among underclassmen, and Boise State's Nate Potter is No. 1 among guards.

Remember, you need an ESPN Insider account to view all the lists. Just wanted to give you a little glimpse.

Mel Kiper's latest big board

September, 22, 2010
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There are no non-AQ players on Mel Kiper's latest big board, released today. Though you will need an ESPN Insider account to look at it, there are some among his top five seniors at each position.

At quarterback, TCU's Andy Dalton moves into the No. 4 position thanks to his strong start to the season. He is completing 75 percent of his passes, with four touchdowns and two interceptions, and also has 113 yards rushing and three touchdowns on the ground. Nathan Enderle of Idaho is off the list, thanks in part to his five interception performance against Nebraska a few weeks ago.

Others to watch:

No. 3 FB Charles Clay, Tulsa.

No. 5 WR Jerrel Jernigan, Troy.

No. 4 OG Andrew Jackson, Fresno State.

No. 5 OG Marcus Cannon, TCU.

No. 5 C Kevin Kowalski, Toledo.

No. 3 OLB Dontay Moch, Nevada.

No. 5 S Shiloh Keo, Idaho.

No. 4 K Matt Szymanski, SMU.

There aren't as many non-AQ players on the non-seniors list. You'll have to check that one out for yourselves.

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