Former Miami Hurricanes star pass rusher Gregory Rousseau has seen his draft stock slip quite a bit in the last month. Rousseau was projected as a top 15 pick in some mock drafts last month, and he’s now fallen completely out of the first round in some. The latest one from CBS Sports has Rousseau falling all the way to the second round to pick No. 44, landing with the Dallas Cowboys. Essentially, Rousseau has gone from a mid-first round pick to a mid-second round pick in roughly one month's time of mock drafts as the real thing is just over one week away.

Many look at Rousseau’s Pro Day results as the main reason for this, as he posted a 4.68 time in the 40-yard dash. Despite Rousseau falling in mock drafts, his agent Drew Rousenhaus took to Twitter Wednesday morning to make one thing clear: don’t expect that to happen.