Before suffering a torn labrum in October, former North Carolina offensive tackle Brennan Williams was earning first-round grades from some scouts. Able to address other draft concerns early, the Texans might have found their starting right tackle in the third round.
Teams swinging for the fences in the first round often come up empty, but a more measured, logical approach often results in better players drafted in later rounds. No one did that better Friday night than last year's Super Bowl opponents. Which other teams fared well in rounds two and three?
Eager to see what your favorite NFL team does on the second day of the 2013 NFL Draft? NFLDraftScout.com senior analyst Rob Rang offers a second round projection (Hint: Geno, Barkley and Te'o won't have to wait too much longer).
What will Jarvis Jones' medical grade be? How fast is Alabama corner Dee Milliner? GMs' draft plans are solidifying, but Rob Rang says there are still big questions on the Big Board heading into the combine.
'Tis the season to study tape. Take a look at Rob Rang's Big Board and one thing jumps out at you: Abundant talent on the offensive and defensive lines, but elite picks at skill positions are much harder to find.