Whether you are just tuning in to the 2019 NFL draft for the first time as the league descends on Nashville, Tennessee, or you've read every mock draft, scoured every edition of rankings and followed all the buzz, we've got you covered.
ESPN NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay run us through the gantlet one last time, answering all of the biggest final questions before the Cardinals are on the clock Thursday (8 p.m. ET on ABC, ESPN and the ESPN App).
There's a _____ percent chance that the Cardinals take Kyler Murray No. 1.
Kiper: I said it Monday: 99.9 percent. I'm not changing until I'm proved otherwise. Now, if Arizona general manager Steve Keim really is pulling off the smoke screen of the century, we're going to see some chaos Thursday night.
So that means Josh Rosen will get traded. Which team is most likely to land him?
McShay: The two teams I keep hearing are the Giants and Dolphins. The Redskins, previously thought to be in the mix, aren't as likely to land the former UCLA quarterback, but I have heard some chatter about the Chargers acquiring Rosen to be Philip Rivers' heir. Stay tuned.
What are the chances four quarterbacks go in Round 1?
Kiper: I'll go a step further than my first answer -- it's 100 percent. Murray, Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins and Missouri's Drew Lock could all go in the top 10, if teams trade up. Then there is my guy Daniel Jones, the Duke quarterback who is likely to go in the top 20. Jones is rising ...
Can Rashan Gary live up to the hype in the NFL?
Rashan Gary performed well as a former top recruit at Michigan, but ESPN analysts wonder if he can keep it up in the pros.
The safest pick in this draft is ____________.
McShay: Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson. Simply put, he's just a complete player. Hockenson plays with toughness and is an incredible athlete with a 6-foot-5 frame. The team that drafts him can line him up inside or outside and then just watch him put up yardage after the catch.