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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The Giants found a little bit of everything in the 2017 NFL draft, including a potential franchise quarterback.
The Giants found a little bit of everything in this year's NFL draft, including a potential quarterback of the future.
The final Giants tally from the 2017 NFL Draft ... Round 1, Pick 23: TE Evan Engram (Ole Miss) Round 2, Pick 55: DT Dalvin Tomlinson (Alabama) Round 3, Pick 87: QB Davis Webb (Cal) Round 4, Pick 140: RB Wayne Gallman (Clemson) Round 5, Pick 167: DE Avery Moss (Youngstown St.) Round 6, Pick 200: OL Adam Bisnowaty (Pitt)
The Giants selected DE Avery Moss in the fifth round (167th overall). Moss has a checkered background and missed the 2014 season but is an athletic pass rusher.
The Giants would have picked here at 130, but this is the pick that got downgraded due to the Ben McAdoo walkie-talkie thing. They got busted down to No. 140.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Will Teez Tabor get back on the field? What about Tahir Whitehead? These are just a couple of storylines to watch entering the second week of OTAs.
After yet another injury-shortened season, safety Tyrann Mathieu needs to justify the Cardinals' big investment in him and stay on the field in 2017.
While his name came up in trade discussions, Vance McDonald has been assured he has a home with the 49ers -- assuming he earns a roster spot.
OC Mike McCoy, in his second stint with the Broncos, says some of his system may be familiar but he's learned new tricks and continues to evolve.
A slimmed-down Austin Seferian-Jenkins showed the athleticism and receiving ability in OTAs that made him a second-round pick by the Bucs in 2014.
Artrell Hawkins played 24 games for the Patriots from 2005-2006 and encouraged his younger brother Andrew to play for a winning franchise.