The talent gap between major BCS schools and smaller, non-BCS schools has dramatically decreased in the past decade. This has also translated to more non-BCS production into the NFL draft. In the 2013 draft, Eric Fisher came out of Central Michigan, a tiny MAC school, to be the first overall pick. He was followed by three more non-BCS first round selections. It shows how the NFL draft is no longer exclusive to major conferences. The 2014 draft is no exception, as there are a handful of prospects looking to crash the first round and beyond. Also, BYU and Notre Dame may not qualify as "small schools" due to their large endowment towards football, but they are non-BCS programs and thus remain included in this group.