Few teams are more successful in the first round than the Steelers. Expect that success to continue with Jarvis Jones, a perfect schematic and personality fit who could contend for Defensive Rookie of the Year honors.
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?
Owner Steve Bisciotti has a go-to saying when tensions rise in Baltimore: Trust in Ozzie. The defending Super Bowl champions take aim at a repeat with numerous pressing needs armed with the resolve that comes with having GM Ozzie Newsome at the controls.
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.
The evaluation period is about to get serious. All-star games, the combine, pro days --
it's time to see how the top 2013 NFL Draft prospects measure up. Rob Rang has his top
64, leading with top-notch talent along the line.