COLUMBUS, Ohio — The best part about the NFL Combine being over? It’s time for post-combine mock drafts, a real taste of where prospects stand after the league and the guys who do these mocks got an extended look at the prospects. Here’s something that hasn’t changed: The draft-eligible Ohio State Buckeyes are still dominating the mock drafts. We sampled six mock drafts for this fourth edition of our mock draft roundup. All six had at least four Buckeyes going in the first round. Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, who puts together one of the more detailed mock drafts out there, has seven former Ohio State players slotted in his first round projections (two more in the second round, for what’s it’s worth.) Miller is high on the Buckeyes, and he’s the only one in this roundup who’s still pushing the idea of quarterback-turned-receiver Braxton Miller as a first-round pick. That’s the biggest change in this latest round of mock drafts: Braxton Miller is falling out of the first round. After surprising people with a strong showing at the Senior Bowl, Miller (we’re talking about the Buckeye from here on out) showed up in the first round on three of the four mock drafts we sampled. In the last roundup before the combine, Miller was still projected as a first-round pick by Bleacher Report and CBS Sports. Now Miller is slipping after not quite meeting expectations at the combine, which isn’t surprising. If I told you a guy who’s been playing the position for less than a year, and was seldom used in his college offense wasn’t a first-round pick, that would make sense. The reality of the situation is starting to settle in now for Miller, and maybe he’ll slip a round or two while some his teammates are rising. People are loving linebacker Darron Lee and cornerback Eli Apple after the combine. Both made serious jumps in this latest round of mock drafts. You can see the whole roundup below: To get an idea of how players have moved around, you can take a look at our previous mock draft roundups: Didn’t think so before and still don’t think so now. Only one year in the position, lot to learn still. I may take a chance on him in the late third round his hands are questionable and his speed is not wr speed maybe in the slot WKYC tv’s and Browns radio announcer Jim Donovan was asked on-air during his season’s final STO post game Brown’s show what he thought of Braxton Miller’s NFL potential. Donovan looked dumbfounded and suprised at the question, and responded: ‘Braxton Miller won’t be drafted and has no future in the NFL, I can’t imagine anyone even interested in signing him on day two as an undrafted street FA, he needs to look for something else to do with his career’. Que up the tape folks, that’s what the man said. That, of a 6’2′ freakish athlete-a simple ‘the man can’t play in NFL’. Must have been taken out of context ..ie..as a QB…not an athlete. Patriots will take him in 2nd 3rd or 4th round of nobody else will. I can also see Pats taking Marshall in the later rounds too @Mannix Makes perfect sense. Miller is bigger, quicker, has more experience in the position, is vastly more creative and explosive than Julian Edelman was when he was drafted. Of course he has zero chance in the NFL. Donovan must have been in between sips… Very surprised if Miller goes in the first round. Would be less surprised if he went in the third. Not a big Apple fan, thought he got beat too often on man. We look forward to sharing with you some of the great content found on cleveland.com. To view and subscribe to any of our other newsletters, please click here. © 2016 Advance Ohio All rights reserved (About Us). The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Ohio Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. Contact interactivity management. Source.