There are three general phases on the NFL calendar when it comes to the draft. There are the initial few weeks that include prospects turning pro and playing in all-star games. Then there’s the most important phase for most players: the NFL Scouting Combine starting in late February. Finally, there’s the long slog of pro days and franchise visits that give teams one last look at prospects right up until it’s time to actually turn in the card. As we hit Super Bowl weekend down in Atlanta, we’re officially transitioning from the first phase to the second. Already there’s a ton of players who are moving up (and down) on draft boards thanks in part to early performances at practices during events like the Senior Bowl. The jockeying is only just beginning for most but the overall picture in Nashville is starting to become a lot firmer than it once was.