The thing is, once you get past the top 15 or so players, the various big boards out there are vastly different. The fanspeak engine gives you the option of using any one of a dozen or so big boards, or even put in your own custom board. As an example, I was playing around with mocks drafts a lot this morning and saw PJ Williams ranked #11 on one board, and #67 on another. IMO once you get past the first handful of top prospects there are a ton of players with big question marks, and teams will likely see the same players very differently. Specifically on Jones, I go to most UCONN home games, and have seen him play in person numerous times. I like the kid, but I have been pegging him as about a 3rd round talent all along based on watching him on the field from the stands. It's funny - he was on nobody's radar, then he goes out and sets a world record in the broad jump at the combine, and now he's a 1st - 2nd round prospect. He's going to need some work to be a pro.