Daniel Jeremiah, an analyst at NFL Network, is out with his latest mock draft ahead of the Scouting Combine.

The combine is set for March 2-5 and that’s likely to be the next catalyst to move prospects up and down the board. Jeremiah also noted that “the quarterback carousel is going to shake up the outlook for the draft, with some big-name veterans potentially on the move this offseason. When the dust settles, I think we’re going to see a heavy run on defensive linemen and cornerbacks in the first round.”

Jeremiah has 11 SEC players being picked in the first round, and one notable development is he sees Tyree Wilson, an edge out of Texas Tech, going before Alabama’s Will Anderson Jr. Jeremiah has Wilson at No. 3, and explains it this way: “First edge rushers off the board? Over Will Anderson Jr.?!? There’s a lot of love for Wilson around the league. His combination of size, length and production has teams very intrigued.”

Here’s how he has the SEC players coming off the board:

1. Jalen Carter, Georgia DT, Chicago Bears
2. Bryce Young, Alabama QB, Houston Texans
5. Will Anderson Jr., Alabama edge, Seattle Seahawks
7. Will Levis, Kentucky QB, Las Vegas Raiders
13. Broderick Jones, Georgia OT, New York Jets
17. Darnell Wright, Tennessee OT, Pittsburgh Steelers
18. Anthony Richardson, Florida QB, Detroit Lions
22. Brian Branch, Alabama CB, Baltimore Ravens
25. Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee WR, New York Giants
27. O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida IOL, Buffalo Bills
31. Nolan Smith, Georgia edge, Kansas City Chiefs