Which teams fared the best (and worst)? Mel Kiper runs through every draft class.
Sure, Sam Darnold was an amazing pick, but so were a few middle-round outside linebackers.
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- 1 (21)Billy PriceOhio StateC
- 2 (22)Jessie Bates IIIWake ForestS
- 3 (13)Sam HubbardOhio StateDE
- 3 (14)Malik JeffersonTexasOLB
- 4 (12)Mark WaltonMiamiRB
- 5 (14)Davontae HarrisIllinois StateCB
- 5 (21)Andrew BrownVirginiaDE
- 5 (33)Darius PhillipsWestern MichiganCB
- 7 (31)Logan WoodsideToledoQB
- 7 (34)Rod TaylorOle MissOG
- 7 (35)Auden TateFlorida StateWR
Atlanta's first-round pick has the speed and change of direction to be an effective return specialist, and he isn't worried about the injury risk.
Jets GM Mike Maccagnan offered his take on the team's quarterback competition, gushing about rookie Sam Darnold and all but confirming he's open to trading Teddy Bridgewater.
The projected starting defense includes seven players drafted in the first three rounds, and while it's early, results are promising this preseason.
The Vikings' search for a change-of-pace back like McKinnon is beginning to take shape with undrafted rookies Mike Boone and Roc Thomas.
The Bills have discussed the possibility of signing another quarterback as AJ McCarron remains out of practice because of a right shoulder injury.
Max Kellerman has doubts about Adrian Peterson's future in the NFL, but Will Cain sees potential for the 33-year-old running back.