We're still mining through the gems from NFL Network draft expert Mike Mayock's Thursday conference call with reporters.
Things we know: Mayock doesn't view Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill as a top-10 talent, he doesn't see Justin Blackmon as a fit for the Cleveland Browns and he believes Robert Griffin III will outshine Andrew Luck early in their careers.
With that out of the way, more than a few scribes asked for Mayock's boom-or-bust players. He offered six:
1. Tannehill: "In the first round, boom-or-bust kind of guys, Tannehill the quarterback," Mayock said. "He's a boom-or-bust, franchise guy, but you've only seen 19 starts."
2. Ohio State OT Mike Adams: "I would say that a couple of the tackles ... significant upside. Don't see much consistency."
3. Stanford OT Jonathan Martin: (Sorry, Jonathan, your name was dropped in the lukewarm review above.)
4. Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill: "The wide receiver from Georgia Tech. Now -- does he have upside -- but you're betting a lot on his athletic ability and not a whole lot on college production."
5. North Carolina DE Quinton Coples: "He could be an All-Pro but has bust potential written all over him."
6. Memphis DT Dontari Poe: "All-Pro, but ... his college (career was) average. Even though he's got a great motor and he's a physical freak."
There you go.
We dare challenge the draft guru, but let us know: Did Mayock nail this list?