Jerry Donabedian takes a look at undrafted players from the 2019 rookie class, hoping to find the next Phillip Lindsay, Gus Edwards or Robert Foster.
John McKechnie offers his analysis on the receivers and running backs taken on Day 2. Mecole Hardman could be one of Patrick Mahomes' top targets, his stock among rookies soaring.
There was some thought Bryce Love might last until the sixth or seventh round, but Washington scooped him up in the fourth, presumably with plans for a 2019 redshirt.
Joe Bartel gives his spin on a first round that was light on skill position players. Now that Kyler Murray is officially an Arizona Cardinal, what's next for him as the catalyst of a rebuild in the desert?
John McKechnie offers his final mock with the first round of the NFL Draft on tap for Thursday. Mississippi's D.K. Metcalf is a unique receiver prospect, but is he at risk of falling out of the first round?
The popular theory of the moment is that Duke's Daniel Jones will go ahead of Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, but this mock rejects the possibility.
John McKechnie rolls out his version 1.0 of his mock draft series with an in-depth look at the first round. If Arizona goes with Kyler Murray at No.1 overall, how do the rest of the quarterback dominoes fall?
Joe Bartel analyzes the skill players selected on the final day of the NFL Draft, Including Bo Scarbrough, who might prove one of the better Day 3 value picks.
John McKechnie breaks down the skill position players taken in rounds two and three of the NFL Draft including USC's Ronald Jones, who lands in a favorable situation in Tampa Bay's backfield.
Joe Bartel breaks down the first-round skill players.
The rumor mill is in overdrive with the first round of this year's NFL Draft rapidly approaching. Is Baker Mayfield now the favorite to go No.1 overall to the Browns?
Sam Darnold should be on his way to Cleveland soon enough, but what happens from the second pick onward could be a whirlwind.
Saquon Barkley is a presumed top-five pick, but it's easy to imagine a scenario where he falls further.
John McKechnie offers his first mock of the year on the heels of a trade that shook up the draft order. Will it be Josh Rosen to the Jets, or does Gang Green have its sights set on a different quarterback?
Jim Coventry looks at which veterans benefited from this year's NFL draft and which could see a reduced role thanks to rookie additions.
Samaje Perine fell all the way to the fourth round, but he landed in a favorable situation with Washington.
Dalvin Cook and Joe Mixon fell to the second round of the 2017 draft, but both players are clearly the most talented running backs on their NFL teams.
Deshaun Watson was seemingly in a fight for the first round, but the accomplished Clemson gunslinger didn't last past the 12th pick.
Deshaun Watson was once a strong candidate to be the first quarterback selected, but now he appears to be fighting for a place in the first round at all.
This is likely the best rookie tight end class ever, so familiarize yourself with incoming talent that could very well make an impact in 2017.
With 45 wide receivers accounted for, this list ranks the pre-draft dynasty values of the incoming rookie class. LSU's Malachi Dupre is one former top prospect losing ground.
His film and production alone make him a good bet to go in the first round, but a disappointing Combine pushed Dalvin Cook back a couple spots in the rookie RB rankings.
Despite the swirling of Jimmy Garoppolo and Kirk Cousins rumors, Deshaun Watson remains a more plausible quarterback target for the Browns.
Dalvin Cook and Leonard Fournette will hog the headlines at running back, but Alvin Kamara is another RB who could burn up the Combine.
The biggest debate in dynasty rookie drafts will likely be Dalvin Cook vs. Leonard Fournette -- two potential top-10 picks at RB.
John McKechnie looks at sleepers from the NFL Draft like running back Kenneth Dixon, who hopes to crave out a niche with the Ravens.
John McKechnie breaks down the skill players selected in the second round of the NFL Draft and what it means for fantasy owners. Can Derrick Henry make an immediate impact?
Eight offensive skill-position players, including Notre Dame wideout Will Fuller, were selected Thursday night.
In our final projection of Thursday's first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Derrick Henry powers through the critics to sneak into the end of the first round.
Polarizing Notre Dame wideout Will Fuller will likely go in the first round, but whether he'll land in a favorable situation is less clear.