Five new names among top 32
Defensive tackles moving in and out; big-name running back makes his debut
This week's edition of Scouts Inc.'s top 32 NFL prospects includes some big names on the move -- both up and down -- and a handful of rising players making their debut in the rankings.
Our top-rated defensive end is now among the top five, while a Big 12 quarterback makes the biggest jump this week, moving up seven spots and into the top 25. The top safety on the board also continues to shoot up the rankings and is now inside the top 15.
A former SEC cornerback now playing in Division II takes the biggest tumble, falling all the way to the edge of the top 30, and the five players who fall out of the top 32 this week include a pair of defensive tackles along with a linebacker, tight end and wide receiver.
Here's how things stand as we enter the final weeks of the 2011 college season.
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