Not every BMOC is a No. 1 pick. Some must still probe they're worthy.
Originally Published: January 19, 2004By Mel Kiper Jr. | ESPN The Magazine
NOW THAT THE football season's over, and the all-star games are finished, and the minor bangs and bruises have finally healed, the workout season has begun. This is an especially critical time for these good-but-not-first-tier guys, who have some questions to answer before they can convince teams with late first-round picks to look their way.
To continue reading this article you must be an Insider
ESPN TOP HEADLINES
- First-place Angels lose Richards 6-9 months
- Sources: Bell, Blount to play despite charges
- Bills' Marrone halts practice after more fights
- Tigers' Price tosses 1-hitter, but loses to Rays