Brohm maintains No. 1 position on Big Board By Mel Kiper Jr. ESPN.com (Archive) Updated: September 6, 2007, 2:04 PM ET Comment Email Print There have been changes to my latest Top 25 Big Board, the last one before the start of the 2007 season. Changes from my second 2007 Big Board are a result of the first week of games. 1. Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville (6-3, 223) Polished pure passer in the Jim Kelly mold. 2. Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU (6-2, 292) | Previous: Same Disruptive force along the interior. 3. Jake Long, OT, Michigan (6-6, 320) | Previous: Same Top drawer left or right tackle prospect. 4. Quentin Groves, DE, Auburn (6-3, 251) | Previous: 13 Speed rusher with the talent to rank as one of the more feared sack artists in the nation. 5. Sam Baker, OT, USC (6-4½, 310) | Previous: 4 Exceptional pass blocker with superb technique. 6. Early Doucet, WR, LSU (5-11½, 205) | Previous: 5 Super talented, becomes LSU's go-to option in 2007. 7. Andre' Woodson, QB, Kentucky (6-5, 232) | Previous: Same Big and mobile with a rocket arm. 8. Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College (6-6½, 320) | Previous: Same Should thrive with move from right to left tackle in 2007. 9. Frank Okam, DT, Texas (6-5, 318) | Previous: Same Great physical ability and overall potential. 10. Keith Rivers, LB, USC (6-3, 233) | Previous: Same Has the skill set to become a super blue chipper. 11. Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College (6-4, 223) | Previous: 17 He has the size and arm to wow the NFL brass during NFL testing. 12. Chris Long, DE, Virgina (6-4, 282) | Previous: 16 3-4 DE with great bloodlines who understands leverage and uses his hands as well as any D-lineman in the country. 13. Chad Henne, QB, Michigan (6-2, 222) | Previous: 10 Can make all the throws, but needs more consistency. 14. Dan Connor, LB, Penn State (6-2½, 231) | Previous: 11 Big-play performer who finds the ball. 15. Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC (6-1, 297) | Previous: 12 Tampa Bay Bucs style DT with superior quickness and nonstop motor. 16. Bruce Davis, LB, UCLA (6-3, 241) | Previous: 15 Combo DE/OLB, ideal as a pass rusher off the edge in a 3-4 scheme. 17. Tashard Choice, RB, Georgia Tech (6-0, 205) | Previous: Unranked Impressive all-around RB, led the ACC in rushing last year and is off to a phenomenal start in 2007. 18. Kentwan Balmer, DT, North Carolina (6-4, 298) | Previous: Same Unbelievably talented player who is primed for a breakout season. 19. Adarius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State (6-3, 222) | Previous: Same Physically gifted wide out who should soar up the draft board with another huge season. 20. Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt (6-5½, 318) | Previous: Unranked Top drawer talent, possessing superior athleticism and good feet to neutralize outside pass rushers. 21. Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville (5-10½, 175) | Previous: 23 Underrated, bringing speed, toughness and great hands to the WR spot. 22. Terrell Thomas, CB, USC (6-0, 200) | Previous: 20 Proven cover corner who is both steady and reliable. 23. Limas Sweed, WR, Texas (6-4, 217) | Previous: 14 TD-maker who plays fast with pads on. 24. DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College (5-9, 191) | Previous: Unranked Proven cover corner who is both steady and reliable. 25. DJ Hall, WR, Alabama (6-2½, 189) | Previous: 16 Big-play wideout who has shown improvement every year with the Crimson Tide.