NFL Draft 2012: Chandler Jones, Mohamed Sanu Slipping, According To ESPN Experts

The NFL Combine has come and gone, and that means teams and draft experts have a fresh take on the 325 players who attended the festivities in Indianapolis.

Mel Kiper, Jr. and Todd McShay, both from ESPN, have updated their player prospect rankings, and Kiper has offered his winners and losers from the combine.

Amongst the movers and shakers in the prospect rankings is Syracuse's Chandler Jones -- who McShay has ranked 30th overall on his list, dropping from 28th before the combine (Jones did not make Kiper's Big Board, which includes 25 players).

Mohamed Sanu, the former record-setting Rutgers receiver, checked in on Kiper's losers list after posting a poor forty time (4.67). Kiper went on to stress the importance of Sanu's Pro Day (which will be held on March 21), and now projects him as a second-round draft choice.

-- For a complete recap of the NFL Combine, check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream. For everything on the NFL Draft visit the SB Nation blog Mocking The Draft.

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