As for Raji, I've had him as a first round prospect for several years now. I had him as a top 20 prospect going into last season prior to him being declared accademically ineligible. This year I've had him as a first rounder all year, and then bumped him into the top 10 after the Senior Bowl. Yes, pretty much everyone bumped him up after the Senior Bowl, but you would have to be clueless not to. Raji was the biggest (heaviest) defensive linemen there, and by far was the most agile. Seeing a 340+ pound guy move the way he does along with the fact he's a NT prospect (which there aren't many) makes him easily a top 10 prospect.
As for Scout.com, I never look at their rankings. I just site them because they seem to be the overwhelming favorite around here.
Fourteen years ago when I was a college Freshmen, my career choice wasn't to pursue a job in the NFL, that's why I don't work for a team. Because I don't work for a team, does that make my opinions worthless? I do however work for a website in my spare time and am privy to media credentials for various things because of it. It also enables me to take part in the yearly Huddle Report Top 100 and Mock draft contest. This contest I go head to head with the opinions of people like Mike Mayock, Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, Pat Kirwin, and all the other big names, draft sites, and magazines out there. Last year I finished 7th out of a field of 48 in the mock draft contest and 15th out of 48 in the top 100 contest. My 3 year average is also in the top 15. I would like to think if I had the recources and ability to make it my full time job like most of the others in this contest, I'd be even higher.