Stock report: Who gained and lost in All-Star games.

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    Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor
    Scouts have been buzzing about Watkins' physical and aggressive play at left tackle for the Bears, but until the Senior Bowl, none of them had actually seen him play guard -- where he projects to be the best fit in the NFL. A stellar week of practice in Mobile might have pushed the 26-year-old into the first round.

    Graig Cooper, RB, Miami (Fla.)
    There were several standout performances from running backs at all-star games, but none more important to a player's stock than Cooper showing that his surgically repaired right knee is healing. The Miami standout surprised many with his decision to play this season despite tearing the ACL in his knee in December 2009. Not surprisingly, he wasn't the same player in 2010. However, Cooper's burst and acceleration were clearly better at the East-West Shrine Game than he showed in the regular season.


    Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton
    Potts might have been the best quarterback in San Antonio, but Ellis was clearly the best player. The 6-5, 336-pound former South Carolina star who landed on his feet at Hampton has been a dominant performer throughout his MEAC career and carried that over against the better competition at the NFLPA practices and game.

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