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2021 NFL Draft TDN100: 5 Biggest October Risers

  • The Draft Network
  • October 27, 2020
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Over the summer, the scouting team released an initial TDN Top 100 draft-eligible prospects. The accumulation of players were put together following many meetings, notes, and back and forth conversations. Now that we are entering Week 9 of the college football season, many players have had a chance to improve their draft profile. With the Big Ten starting last week, there have already been some prospects that managed to have the debut that many evaluators expected.

In anticipation of a brand new TDN100, these five prospects have helped themselves the most in our rankings.

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