There were 38 non-Combine players drafted this year.
5th Round: 4
6th Round: 14
7th Round: 20
That is slightly above the yearly average.
262 players drafted.
262 players that were in the draft guide.
We made it another year! Thank you to everyone for all the convos, debates and support over the last 12 months. You guys are truly awesome.
Georgia has now set the record for most draft picks in the seven-round format (15).
Ohio State and LSU both had 14.
I have been mocking DaRon Bland to the Cowboys for a reason. Plenty of late buzz on the Fresno State DB and Dallas wanted to make sure they got him.
Long, fast, and tough. Fits Dan Quinn.
Resetting my best available:
Jamaree Salyer, OG, Georgia
Kingsley Enagbare, DE, South Carolina
Dominique Robinson, Edge, Miami (OH)
Marquis Hayes, OG, Oklahoma
Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston St.
JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska
John Ridgeway, DT, Arkansas
Amare Barno, Edge, Va Tech
First time since 2000 that we only have one QB in the top-50 picks.
Just finished the day 2 (2nd-3rd round) mock draft.
Look for it in the morning. Nvm, it’s already morning. It’ll be posted soon.
My top-25 prospects were all drafted tonight. The best players available for me:
26. CB Andrew Booth
28. Edge Arnold Ebiketie
29. LB Nakobe Dean
32. QB Malik Willis
34. DT Travis Jones
35. RB Kenneth Walker
36. OT Bernhard Raimann
37. DL Logan Hall
38. DB Jalen Pitre
If the Steelers draft the first QB tonight at No. 20 overall, it will mark the first time in a quarter century that no QBs were drafted in the first 19 picks.
Last time: Jim Druckenmiller (No. 26 overall in 1997 NFL Draft)