The Bears pulled off Day 1's biggest stunner. The Browns made two trades -- and got the draft's top prospect. Here are the moves Mel Kiper liked -- and had him puzzled -- from Round 1.
Among the prospects still on the board as we head into Day 2 of the 2017 NFL draft? One of Mel Kiper's favorite prospects in the class. Here are the top 25 guys available.
Biggest steals, favorite fits, biggest surprises and the team that stole the show: Todd McShay hits all the highlights from the first round of the 2017 NFL draft.
There's plenty of talent still left on the board following Thursday's first round of the 2017 NFL draft. Dalvin Cook and Forrest Lamp highlight Todd McShay's best available players for Day 2.
Which veterans should the Grizzlies bring back? Do they need to start rebuilding? Our 5-on-5 crew debates and predicts the offseason for Memphis.
Chicago is the team to beat in the NL. Boston is an AL power. Here's what's in play heading into this weekend's potential Fall Classic sneak peek.
Here's how picks 1-32 look right now in Mel Kiper's final first-round projection. Watch the NFL draft unfold live on ESPN and the ESPN App at 8 p.m. ET.
Before the first round gets rolling on Thursday, Todd McShay takes one more stab at predicting the picks. Watch the NFL draft unfold live on ESPN and the ESPN App at 8 p.m. ET.
Will Mitchell Trubisky actually be the first QB selected in the 2017 draft? Is Leonard Fournette the consensus No. 1 RB? NFL insiders answer the draft's biggest questions.
Schools with returning talent like Michigan State or Arizona aren't complaining, but will it help or hurt in their pursuit of top available prospects?
The former NL MVP has had hot starts before, but the lessons he learned from his 2016 struggles should stop him from having a similar slump again.
Miami's football program hopes to return to the Hurricanes' glory days, when they won five national titles. Which are Miami's best teams? One might be the best college football team ever.
Who are the top prospects available? What about perfect fits for each team? We have you covered with expert analysis from Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and more.
Here's how the first round of the 2017 NFL draft would play out if ESPN's Louis Riddick were making the picks for every team, starting with a big surprise at the top.
Todd McShay sets his board one final time before the 2017 NFL draft gets underway. It's a class rich in defenders, running backs and tight ends. Quarterbacks and offensive line? Not so much.
Where does Clemson's Deshaun Watson rank among the 2017 draft QBs? Todd McShay ranks the prospects at every position one last time.
McCaffrey. Peppers. Dobbs. This draft is full of intriguing prospects who could pop in the pros ... if they land in the right spot. Matt Bowen pairs eight wild cards with the ideal landing spots.
Hunter Greene and Brendan McKay could thrive on the mound or at the plate as pros. But which one is the top draft prospect for 2017?
If a player is starting the season slowly for your team, don't worry. Ron Shandler says patience is crucial to long-term fantasy baseball success.
Eric Karabell examines the last-place Mariners, dealing with a humiliating loss to Detroit and injuries to several key players.
To beat the Senators, the Rangers will have to solve Ottawa's trap. Here's a three-point plan on how they can do it.
Mel Kiper's final rankings of the best prospects in the 2017 draft go much deeper than his usual 25. This one goes to 300, with surprises galore. Dig in.
Most pro-ready. Biggest freak athlete. Most physical. Strongest-armed QB. Top big-play WR. Shiftiest RB. Best pass-rusher. Top cover corner. Todd McShay dissects it all in his NFL draft preview.
QB Nathan Peterman would be an ideal understudy to Washington starter Kirk Cousins. Larger than life OT Zach Banner could protect Eli Manning. PFF has a midround gem for every franchise.
Who's the draft's mystery? Which QB is as advertised? Who needs to protect his body better? Who's the sleeper of the group? Jon Gruden weighs in on the draft's best signal-callers.
More than 100 receivers. Sixty-seven cornerbacks. Even 50 guards. Mel Kiper's final position rankings for the 2017 NFL draft are here, covering more than 750 prospects.
The Giants can't call it quits on 2017, the Royals might need to, and the Nationals might still need a closer. Who needs to be making early trades?
Can the Blazers build a contender and keep Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum together? What big moves should they make? Our 5-on-5 crew debates Portland's offseason.
With 11 total picks, including five in the top 65, Cleveland has a chance to kick its roster rebuild into overdrive. That's where Mel Kiper comes in. He goes through all 11 to build an A+ draft.
Our resident GM highlights five 2017 draft prospects, including Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs, who will come off the board much earlier than expected.
Get ready for all four of the second-round matchups in the Stanley Cup playoffs, with key strengths and weaknesses for each team, plus a pick for each series.
You want comps? We've got comps! Mel Kiper and Todd McShay find the NFL players who are most similar to eight top 2017 draft prospects.
Myles Garrett is the consensus No. 1 draft pick, but do advanced metrics like his chances of being an elite pro? Football Outsiders projects the boom and bust pass-rushers in the 2017 NFL draft.
It's only April, but that doesn't mean it's too soon to bet on Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season. Dave Tuley goes through every game and gives his five best early value bets.
The former Michigan standout is one of the most polarizing prospects in the 2017 draft. Is he a safety? A linebacker? Or even a running back? Front-office execs weigh in on Peppers' status.
Not all-in on James Paxton or Eric Thames? Here are the fast-starters who will have lasting value for their MLB teams ... and in your fantasy lineup.
Another early exit from the postseason suggests that the Blackhawks need to make some significant roster changes during the offseason.
A steamroller running back. A former basketball player. Even a former walk-on who could be a first-round pick. Mel Kiper picks 23 of his favorite prospects -- and adds round projections for each.
Which holes will each team be trying to fill during the 2017 NFL draft? Todd McShay takes a close look at where all 32 franchises still needs to improve.
Could teams make a case for picking Dalvin Cook over top prospect Leonard Fournette? Football Outsiders' Nathan Forster ranks the potential of the best RBs in this draft.
How big an advantage do stars give their teams, as in Giannis Antetokounmpo's Milwaukee Bucks vs. Toronto and Jimmy Butler's Chicago Bulls vs. Boston? Kevin Pelton looks at the real impact.
After an inconsistent start, Vanderbilt's Kyle Wright, in his latest outing, looked every bit the pitcher who could be the top pick in the 2017 draft.
It's time for Mel Kiper's annual three-round mock draft -- all 107 picks -- in which he plays general manager for all 32 teams and makes picks based on his draft board.
Mel Kiper Jr. went three rounds deep in his 'Grade: A' mock draft, making the selections for all 32 teams as if he were the general manager. Here are the pick-by-pick results.
The Bulls have rallied after looking like they were on the brink of a major shakeup. Does a 2-0 lead on Boston mean Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo will all return?
Derek Jeter. Cal Ripken Jr. Francisco Lindor? The Cleveland shortstop hasn't played two full seasons yet, but his career trajectory could put his name among the game's all-time greats.
Pittsburgh's chances of making the postseason were slim, even with Starling Marte in the lineup. Now, the Pirates' focus could shift to becoming sellers at the trade deadline.
Three road teams won Game 1 and they are all trying to double up on Tuesday. Which underdog has the best chance of advancing and which one has the worst? Kevin Pelton breaks down the odds.
Which NFL team's system meshes best with QB Deshaun Watson's skill set? Matt Bowen finds perfect matches for five of the draft's top quarterbacks.
It's no surprise that the Crimson Tide and Tigers are stocked defensively. But there are some surprises on our top 25 list of programs that should frustrate offenses for the next three years.