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Mel Kiper lists six Big Ten early-impact rookies

ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. recently posted three pieces on potential early-impact rookies. His first piece focused on rookies drafted in the first round, the second on rounds 2 and 3, and the third on those drafted in rounds 4-7. There were a total of six Big Ten players listed in the three articles. Here is a look at those six Big Ten prospects and what Kiper Jr. had to say about each of them. [ MORE: Replacements for every Big Ten draft pick | Which player landed in best situation? ] No. 57: Ohio State RB Carlos

NFL Draft: Which B1G player is the most NFL-ready?

Big Ten football fans might want to catch Thursday’s NFL Draft as a flurry of Big Ten players are expected to come off the board early. Names such as Taylor Lewan, Darqueze Dennard, Ryan Shazier, Ra’Shede Hageman, Bradley Roby, Allen Robinson and Cody Latimer have all appeared in the first round of various NFL Mock Drafts. That got me thinking: Which of these former Big Ten standouts is the most NFL-ready right now? I debated that with our NFL Draft expert Russ Lande. [ MORE: The comparison game: Big Ten draft hopefuls to pros ] Russ Lande WR Allen Robinson,

NFL Combine Q&A: Charles Davis on Big Ten prospects

The NFL Combine wrapped up earlier this week. And the Big Ten was represented well as players tried to impress for the 2014 draft. I talked to NFL Network analyst Charles Davis to get his thoughts on some of the top Big Ten talent that was on display in Indianapolis. Last year, just one Big Ten player was selected in the first round when Wisconsin center Travis Frederick went at No. 31 to the Dallas Cowboys. Count on more Big Ten names getting drafted in the first round this year when the NFL Draft starts May 8 through May 10

#BTNLive asks: Who should go first in the NFL Draft?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s show, our experts kick around an NFL Draft question: Who should be the first Big Ten football player taken in the 2014 NFL Draft? Our choices: Ra’Shede Hageman #BTNHageman Darqueze Dennard #BTNDennard Allen Robinson #BTNRobinson Taylor Lewan #BTNLewan Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. Anytime you use one of those hashtags, you cast a vote. Spread the word. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout

Five B1G players appear in Kiper's Mock Draft 1.0

January is here. College football has come to a close and your hometown NFL team has already been bounced from the postseason. So, what can you focus on now to get your daily dose of NFL and college football news? That’s easy — The NFL Draft. [ MORE: Dienhart: Big Ten to lose just four stars early to NFL Draft ] We all know that ESPN football analyst Mel Kiper Jr. goes together with the NFL Draft like peanut butter goes together with jelly. You want the best insight for the upcoming draft? Kiper is your guy. The ESPN draft

Merriman: Allen Robinson will shine in the NFL

He loves his teammates and he loves the game of football. If you’re an NFL team and that is important to you, then Allen Robinson is an ideal draft pick. He’s also 6-foot-3, has elite speed and can jump much higher than you, or anyone else reading this article. But it’s the other intangibles that are going to make Allen Robinson a successful NFL player. Once in a while, you have to throw out all the data and go with that something special. Robinson has it. He’s had it ever since he arrived at Penn State back in 2011. [

Penn State's Allen Robinson to enter NFL Draft

Penn State first-team All-America wide receiver Allen Robinson will enter the 2014 National Football League Draft. The 2012 and 2013 Big Ten Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year, Robinson earned seven All-America honors after a stellar 2013 season. The standout junior was selected a first-team All-American by CBSSports.com, Sporting News and Phil Steele’s College Football, a second-team honoree by the FWAA, SI.com and Athlon Sports and a third-team honoree by the Associated Press. In a statement, Robsinson said: “It was a great honor to play at Penn State. I am blessed to have played with, and for, the people in the

#BTNLive asks: Who's the top NFL prospect?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Which Big Ten player is the best NFL prospect? Taylor Lewan (#BTNLewan), Allen Robinson (#BTNRobinson), Ryan Shazier (#BTNShazier), or Darqueze Dennard (#BTNDennard). Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show. The hashtags are: #BTNLewan #BTNRobinson #BTNShazier #BTNDennard  

Big Ten's top WR: Abbrederis? Gallon? Robinson?

Allen Robinson entered the 2013 season as the Big Ten’s undisputed top wide receiver. The Nittany Lion star earned the honor following his breakout 2012 campaign, in which he led the conference in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,013) and touchdowns (11). Through six games, Robinson is on pace for even better numbers. But is he the Big Ten’s best receiver? I asked our resident quarterback, Stanley Jackson, for his answer. [ MORE: View 2013 Big Ten receiving leaders ] Check out the top candidates’ player pages: Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin Jeremy Gallon, Michigan Allen Robinson, Penn State BTN.com: Who is the best

Allen Robinson's catch, in photo and video

If you enjoyed that Allen Robinson catch late in Saturday night’s game vs. Michigan, you’ll want to check out this post. We have a terrific photo of the catch, courtesy USA TODAY Sports, and the video of the ridiculous leaping catch that helped set up Penn State’s game-tying score and send the game to overtime. [ MORE: Watch Penn State celebrate, Bill O’Brien speak to team ] MUST SEE VIDEO: Relive Allen Robinson's incredible catch late in the fourth quarter. #orvillemoment – http://t.co/PIv0xfQxF2 — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 13, 2013 Penn State fan or not, it’s easy to watch