Wisniewski occasionally crops up as a potential first-rounder in NFL mock drafts, but less often than several other offensive linemen, such as Derek Sherrod, Nate Solder, Anthony Castonzo, Tyron Smith, Mike Pouncey and a couple others. If he's drafted in the first round, it'll probably be near the end, but the second round is probably more likely.
What will happen to Royster is a little less clear, despite his status as Penn State's all-time leading rusher. He's coming off two seasons that were somewhat disappointing compared to his breakout sophomore year. NFL Draft Scout projects he'll be a fifth-rounder. Mocking The Draft ranks him the 25th-best running back prospect in the draft. It wouldn't be a shock to see Royster go anywhere from the fourth round to not being drafted at all. A good combine could help him, however.