**UPDATED 1/25**

1) Dontari Poe, Memphis

Poe really differentiated himself this year as the best nose tackle in college, and he likely will find his way into the first round. 

2) Alameda Ta'amu, Washington

Ta'amu might be the safest bet at nose tackle, and I wouldn't be shocked to see a team take him in the late first round.

3) Josh Chapman, Alabama

Chapman is a little small for some schemes, but that might help him get taken earlier by a 4-3 team.

4) Nick Jean-Baptiste, LSU

There is a reason why the two teams in the championship game had two of the best nosetackles in college, and that is because it is a very important position that needs to be addressed. Not many 3-4 defenses succeed without a stud NT.