Apparently the Senior Bowl showed Mel Kiper Jr. a lot.

The ESPN NFL draft expert did some major shuffling since his first mock draft a month ago. If you’ll recall, Kiper had Ohio State’s Joey Bosa going No. 1 overall. In his Mock Draft 2.0, he dropped him all the way down to No. 6 and didn’t even have him as the first defensive end selected.

Still, that wasn’t one of Kiper’s biggest B1G shifts.

He moved Eli Apple and Ezekiel Elliott up 12 and seven spots, respectively. But he dropped Taylor Decker back 11 spots and he took Penn State’s Austin Johnson out of his first round.

Instead, he added Illinois’ Jihad Ward into the picture. Perhaps Kiper did some listening to Todd McShay, who said that Ward’s stock rose plenty at the Senior Bowl.

Interesting to note is the fact that Darron Lee didn’t crack either of Kiper’s first rounds. Maybe the combine, which will happen before his next mock draft, will turn that around.

But as it stands, here’s where Kiper has each B1G player in the first round:

6. Baltimore Ravens DE Joey Bosa Ohio State
13. Philadelphia Eagles OT Jack Conklin Michigan State
14. Oakland Raiders CB Eli Apple Ohio State
22. Houston Texans RB Ezekiel Elliott Ohio State
28. Kansas City Chiefs DE Jihad Ward Illinois
31. Denver Broncos OT Taylor Decker Ohio State