Braxton Miller (WR-Ohio State) increased his draft stock by 67%, from $544,000 to $907,000, during the week following his appearance at the 2016 Senior Bowl. Miller's week-over-week improvement topped the 270 athletes vying

Carson Wentz (QB-North Dakota State) increased his stock value by more than $1 million to $3.2 million, which projects to a 7th round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. On the strength of his impressive Senior Bowl workouts, many analysts project that Wentz will not stay on the board past the 4th selection, currently owned by the Dallas Cowboys, which would put his final stock value at $4.25 million.

Other top movers from Senior Bowl week include: Darian Thompson, Vernon Butler, Noah Spence, Sheldon Rankins, Vadal Alexander, Jason Spriggs, Kyler Fackrell, Cody Whitehair and Jalen Mills. All of these athletes increased their draft stock value from 12% to 50% following Senior Bowl workouts and Saturday's game.

NFL Draft stock values are determined by a poll of mock drafts from NFL Draft experts and an algorithm that factors in the stock trades of participants in the Play the Draft game, a free fantasy-sports experience for fans of the NFL Draft. Fans can sign up to play the Senior Bowl Challenge at www.playthedraft.com.