In an era of the NFL Draft becoming the most watched in history, we’ll be taking a look at some of the top prospects in the sport, from the elite to the undrafted, and from the top to the bottom.
We will be using the ESPN.com mock draft as a guideline.
We’ll take players whose teams were at least two spots behind their projected selections, and we’ll rank them based on how they compare to the other prospects in our top 10.
There are no guarantees, but if we see one player making a splash, we will give him our first-round pick.
If we don’t see any players that will surprise us, we may still take a look for players that might not end up being the best of the best.
We will take a team with a need at QB and find players that could become the next Brady Quinn.
We have also included a list of prospects that might make the team, and the order in which they were taken.
This should help to narrow down a lot of players that may not have made the team but are in the mix for a roster spot.
If we find someone on this list, we won’t take him.
The mock draft was conducted on Feb. 10, and there are still three days left to take a first look at the draft, including the NFL Scouting Combine on April 23.
This is our last chance to watch the NFL Combine before the NFL draft.
“DRAFT ON!” program is available to ESPN+ subscribers in the U.S. and Canada.
The ESPN+ app provides live coverage of the Combine, along with pre- and post-game highlights.
The app is available on all mobile devices, including Apple TV, Apple TV Pro, Roku players, Chromecast, Android and iOS devices, and Kindle Fire HDX.
The NFL Draft is available online through Draft Hub.ESPN will provide live coverage for the combine, and all games are available to watch in full on ESPN+ as well as on WatchESPN and on the WatchESPN app on iOS and Android devices.
For more information on ESPN’s “DREAM CHAMPIONSHIP” event, visit DraftHub.com.