Which teams fared the best -- and worst -- in this year's draft? Mel Kiper runs through all 32 teams' classes.
Sure, Christian McCaffrey and Jamal Adams were amazing picks, but so were a few late-round QBs and even a Division II TE.
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McShay's 2018 NFL draft rankings: Top 10 prospects at every position
Todd McShay and the crew at Scouts Inc. spent the summer scouring tape on college football's top prospects for the 2018 NFL draft. Here are the best, by position.
Meet the NFL draft darling who couldn't get a college scholarship
Josh Allen practically begged schools to recruit him. He only got an offer from Wyoming after a year at junior college. Now he's being talked about as a potential No. 1 pick in next year's NFL draft.
Kiper's way-too-early 2018 Big Board: Playmakers, studs galore
So long, Class of 2017. We're on to '18. Among Mel Kiper's top 25 prospects in the (potential) draft class: a big-armed USC QB, more Ohio State defenders and Leonard Fournette's apprentice.
- Kiper's NFL draft grades
- McShay's best draft pick for all 32 teams
- Kiper's early-impact rookies from Round 1
- Early-impact rookies from Rounds 2-3
- Early-impact rookies from Rounds 4-7
Everything to know about the best 2018 NFL QB prospects
The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with top-tier QB talent such as USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Matt Bowen takes an early look at what four of the top passers have shown thus far and where they still need to improve.
McShay's way-too-early 2018 mock draft: Promising QB class awaits
Todd McShay takes a preliminary look at the 2018 NFL draft, which could feature a talented group of quarterbacks atop the board.
Browns, Hall submit bid to host '19 or '20 draft
The Cleveland Browns have partnered with the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton in an effort to host the NFL draft in 2019 or 2020.
Jadeveon Clowney finds motivation in doubters
With a successful 2016 campaign in the rearview mirror, Jadeveon Clowney has his sights set on an even bigger 2017.
Not a bad crowd for Chargers on Day 5 of training camp.
Stephen A. trusts Saban to handle discipline.
Stephen A. Smith believes in Nick Saban's ability to handle Da'Shawn Hand's discipline in-house, despite his decision not to suspend the defensive end.
Colts tight end Erik Swoope, the former college basketball player that is line to be No. 2 tight end, showed off his athleticism when we went over top of safety Matthias Farley to catch a touchdown in the corner of the end zone.
Colts training camp Day 3 Rookie watch: First-round pick Malik Hooker returned to practice Tuesday after missing Monday's session due to personal reasons and he immediately showed off his instincts in the middle of the field. Hooker jumped on a pass thrown by quarterback Stephen Morris and knocked it down in the back of the end zone during a red-zone drill. The Colts hope Hooker's ball-hawking ability will create more turnovers in a secondary that didn't return any interceptions for touchdowns last season. Hooker returned three of his seven interceptions for touchdowns last season at Ohio State. Running back Marlon Mack, who was selected in the fourth round, had the best run of the day when went off tackle on the right side and was barely touched going through the hole.
Colts training camp Day 3: Competition heating up. The most intriguing battle may end up being the one for the No. 3 receiver spot between Chester Rogers and Phillip Dorsett. Rogers has maintained the third spot behind T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief through the first couple of days in training camp, but Dorsett, the team's first-round pick in 2015, has had a solid camp so far. This could be a battle that may take awhile to shake out. Kamar Aiken, who was supposed to also be in the running for the third receiver position, hasn't made much noise to show that he's currently in the mix.
Overheard on Day 3 of Colts Training Camp: Receiver T.Y. Hilton and cornerback Vontae Davis highlighted the two skirmishes between offensive and defensive players in practice Tuesday. Hilton got the better of Davis after the two had to be separated when he slid to the ground to catch a touchdown pass from Scott Tolzien. Hilton hopped up and celebrated with fellow receivers Donte Moncrief and Chester Rogers. "At the end of the day I had to let (Davis) know I won," Hilton said. "We were just having fun. I had to make a play."
Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton talks about the altercation between he and cornerback Vontae Davis during practice Tuesday. Teammates had to separate the two. The two later shook hands and Hilton said he loves Davis after practice.
T.Y. Hilton got the better of Vontae Davis after their scuffle by running an out for a touchdown where he slid the ground for the catch while defended by Davis. Hilton got up and celebrated.
First altercation in pads was between receiver T.Y. Hilton and cornerback Vontae Davis. The two had to be separated by teammates
Setting up Day 3 of Colts training camp on Tuesday: It took five years and two training camp practices, but the time has finally arrived where the Colts are going to tackle in practice when they have their first practice in pads. Coach Chuck Pagano has shied away from tackling in the past to avoid possible injuries. But he realized that they can't suddenly turn the switch on and become a physical team closer to the start of the regular season. "I think camp is supposed to be physical and especially for us on defense, we're trying to be a more physical group out there," linebacker John Simon said. "So it will be good for us and toughen us up a little bit. The challenge is just doing it so nobody gets hurt. Football is a physical sport and I know all the guys are looking forward to it."
Overheard at camp: Coach Chuck Pagano when talking what 6-foot-4, 330-pound Al Woods brings to the defensive line. "He barely could fit through the door to get into the building. He's got paws on him that. I've never seen a hand that big. No seriously, he's a big, big man and he's a good athlete for his size. He's hard to move."
Colts Day 2 Training Camp update: Coach Chuck Pagano said veteran running back Frank Gore is dealing with an ankle "situation." Whatever that situation may be, it didn't stop Gore from still taking part in different portions of practice. There was some concern on whether rookie safety Malik Hooker had a setback with his hamstring after he wasn't present during practice Monday. It turns out he was excused by the team for a family issue. He's expected back for Tuesday's practice.
Colts Frank Gore is in the final year of his contract. He doesn't plan to look too far ahead when it comes to continuing his playing career beyond this season. The 34-year-old Gore is currently eighth in NFL history with 13,065 rushing yards. He can pass Eric Dickerson (13,259), Jerome Bettis (13,662) and LaDainian Tomlinson (13,684) to move into fifth on that last list by rushing for 620 yards this season, something he's done in 11 of his 12 seasons.
New Colts defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins raised a lot of eyebrows during the offseason when he said he felt like they would have the best defense in the AFC this season. His comments didn't go unnoticed by some of his friends on other AFC teams.
Colts training camp Day 1 Tough start: Hopefully Sunday wasn't a sign of things to come with quarterback Scott Tolzien while working with the first team in Andrew Luck's absence. Tolzien had an inconsistent afternoon. His best throw didn't come until late into the two-hour practice when he found receiver Donte Moncrief along the sideline where he had a tight window to complete the pass against multiple defenders. Tolzien followed it up with another nice throw across the middle of the field to T.Y. Hilton. But then the bad Scott Tolzien showed up. Instead of making it three straight completions, Tolzien threw badly behind Phillip Dorsett. Coach Chuck Pagano, who often leans more to the positive side, even acknowledged that Tolzien had some not-so-good plays on the day.
Colts training camp Day 1: Still going strong. Will Adam Vinatieri ever age? The 44-year-old kicker brought some excitement to the more than 10,000 fans in attendance at Lucas Oil Stadium when he made back-to-back field goals from 51 and 61 yards. Vinatieri's career long in a game is 57 yards against the Chicago Bears on Nov. 10, 2002, when he was with the New England Patriots,
Colts training camp Day 1: Switching of the guards. The Colts returned the same core group of offensive linemen for the first time under coach Chuck Pagano. And now they're tinkering with that group of linemen. Jack Mewhort worked at right guard during practice after spending the majority of his first three seasons at left guard. Joe Haeg, who started four games at right guard last season, worked at left guard. Coach Chuck Pagano said they're trying different combinations. The goal is to have the best five players on the field after they gave up 44 sacks and 128 quarterback hits, which was the second most in the NFL, last season. Anthony Castonzo was at left tackle, Ryan Kelly at center and Le'Raven Clark at right tackle to round out the first group
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Samaje Perine took lessons learned in his first preseason game to become one of the Redskins' bright spots on offense in his second outing.
Trevor Siemian is expected be announced as the Broncos' starting quarterback by coach Vance Joseph during a news conference Monday, sources confirmed to ESPN.
After spending the past six seasons in the CFL, undersized linebacker Adam Bighill is trying to make the Saints' 53-man roster.
Often the subject of debate whether he is an elite quarterback, Joe Flacco calls out certain bags of chips as being "elite" in a Tostitos commercial.
Adam Schefter joins SportsCenter to share the positive feedback he has heard so far on No. 1 overall draft pick Myles Garrett.
The NFL will not discipline Jets linebacker Darron Lee under the personal conduct policy following its investigation into his altercation with a woman at a New York City music festival in June.