Did you miss Thursday's edition of "Path to the Draft" on NFL Network? Catch up with this recap:
Jeremiah's top 50
The show started by revealing Daniel Jeremiah's top 50 overall prospects. Some notables are Tyler Eifert at No. 10, Geno Smith at 23 and Eddie Lacy at 38. Daniel said he believes Smith will be a solid starter in the NFL. Charles Davis added that even though he agrees with D.J. Fluker being ranked around No. 24, he thinks Fluker could sneak into the top 10 on draft night. Brian Baldinger said he agreed with Eifert's ranking at 10 and cited the expanded role of tight ends in the league.
Baldinger said wherever Tavon Austin goes, that team's offense will be special. He said Austin will redefine the way offense is played due to his playmaking ability and flexibility.
Mayock's position ratings
We showed a few of Mike Mayock's new top 5 lists, including D.J. Hayden moving up to No. 1 at corner, Tavon Austin as the top wide receiver with Justin Hunter moving up to third on that list. Jeremiah said the move of Hayden to No. 1 is not outrageous, even though he still has Dee Milliner there.
Billick on NFC West
Charles Davis put the Baltimore Ravens on the clock and said he likes the moves Ozzie Newsome has made, saying the Ravens will not only contend in the AFC North but also for another Lombardi Trophy. He thinks Keenan Allen is a possibility for the Ravens, saying he is similar to Anquan Boldin, who Baltimore lost this offseason.
Good and bad fits
Jeremiah and Baldinger were asked about whether potential fits between players and teams were good or bad. Jeremiah likes Te'o in Baltimore while Baldy thinks Rolando McClain can replace Ray Lewis for the Ravens. Both guys think Cordarrelle Patterson is not a good fit with the Patriots. Baldy thinks Jarvis Jones is a good fit with the Saints. The guys were split on Geno Smith with the Eagles. Jeremiah thinks his up-tempo experience is what Chip Kelly is looking for, while Baldy said even though Smith ran a fast 40, he is not a good runner.
Be sure to tune into "Path to the Draft" every Monday through Friday at 6 p.m. ET on NFL Network.