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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Good value for the Eagles to draft CB Rasul Douglas in the third round. He has the frame (6-foot-2, 209 pounds) and the length to play press-man. Plus, he can can find the ball. Aggressive in coverage. Physical vs. the run game.
The Eagles follow up the Sidney Jones pick with another corner, West Virginia's Rasul Douglas. At 6-foot-2 and 209 pounds, Douglas has good length and excels at winning 50-50 balls. He had eight interceptions last season.
Eagles third-round pick fast approaching, and there are some quality options on the board including DB Desmond King, RB Samaje Perine, RB Donnel Pumphrey and CB Rasul Douglas.
CB Sidney Jones, just drafted by the Eagles, told me recently that he would be back on the field in six months. Jones suffered an Achilles injury during his pro day workout, but he has first round talent. Press-man ability, ball skills and he is going to challenge wide receivers. Super competitive defensive back.
The Eagles select Washington cornerback Sidney Jones with their second-round pick. Jones was under consideration at 14 before rupturing his Achilles at his pro day. This is a gamble, but if Jones makes a full recovery he could be an absolute steal.
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.
Michael Wilbon says that Mitchell Trubisky doesn't deserve fans booing him because Bears GM Ryan Pace overpaid to trade for him.
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.
Rich Cimini analyzes the Jets' unusual second day of the NFL draft -- another safety.
The Giants saw value in quarterback Davis Webb in the third round and couldn't pass. Jordan Ranaan explains how he is now their quarterback of the future.