Round 4, Pick 1
• Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 8 p.m. ET • Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28, 7 p.m. ET • Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 29, Noon ET Location: Philadelphia Art Museum Steps
Check out Mel Kiper's final rankings of the best prospects in the 2017 draft. They go much deeper than his usual 25. This one goes to 300.
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Make it 3-for-3 when it comes to defensive players in the draft for the Colts. Indianapolis selected a pass rusher in defensive end Tarell Basham from Ohio University with the 80th overall pick in the draft. Basham had 9.0 sacks and 14.5 tackles for a loss last season. The Colts are desperate for help when it comes to sacks after finishing tied for 19th in the NFL in that category
The Colts, who are still in need of a pass rusher, just saw one of the best remaining ones still available come off the board, as Cincinnati selected Kansas State's Jordon Willis with the ninth pick in the third round. Wouldn't be surprising if the Colts take another cornerback or shift their focus yo the offensive line with their next pick in the third round.
Colts 2nd-round pick, CB Quincy Wilson, has plenty of confidence: "I'm just a shutdown corner, man. I frustrate a lot of receivers when I play them."
With FS Malik Hooker and CB Quincy Wilson, the Colts have drafted two defensive backs that play with great vision and break on the ball. General manager Chris Ballard is putting together a secondary that will create turnovers.
The Colts have addressed their cornerback need, as they've selected Florida's Quincy Wilson with the 46th overall pick in the draft. The Colts have been in need for a second cornerback to go with Vontae Davis after Greg Toler and Patrick Robinson failed to do the job. Lewis had three interceptions and a sack last season at Florida.
The Cardinals filled specific needs during the second and third rounds, drafting safety Budda Baker in the second out of Washington and wide receiver Chad Williams in the third out of Grambling State.
With tight end seemingly a need, Iowa's George Kittle could be among Saturday candidates for Seahawks, who enter with five draft picks to spend.
The Redskins drafted linebacker Ryan Anderson and corner Fabian Moreau on Friday. John Keim breaks down the impact these rookies can have in Washington.
The Bucs addressed several key needs on Days 1 and 2 of the NFL draft, including safety and tight end. But despite bringing in a number of backs for pre-draft visits, they might not select a RB at all because of what they've seen from Doug Martin.
Michael Wilbon says that Mitchell Trubisky doesn't deserve fans booing him because Bears GM Ryan Pace overpaid to trade for him.
The Seahawks' 2017 draft will be judged by whether or not they can get DT Malik McDowell to reach his potential. Sheil Kapadia explains.