Two defensive tackles and a stud receiver -- all on rookie deals -- make the top 3
Paxton Lynch to the Broncos will get all of the attention but it was another team out west that earned my top grade.
The NFL Draft has come a long way in 50 years, from a 17-round, one-day marathon conducted over the phone, to a three-day made-for-TV extravaganza. The debate over the No. 1 QB? Now, that's an ageless topic.
The biggest mystery of the NFL Draft? Where Paxton Lynch gets picked. GMs are dying to know, but the tall QB himself says he doesn't have any clues.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney continues his position series by breaking down the simmering argument: Goff or Wentz? After the top two, there is no quarterback worth selling the farm to acquire in the 2016 draft.
The shakeup at the top of the draft with the Rams at No. 1 could sting the San Francisco 49ers most, considering their desire to land a top quarterback in the first round. Armed with 12 picks, what direction will first-year coach Chip Kelly suggest for San Francisco?
Did the Rams just write the sequel to the RG3 trade disaster flick? Maybe, but with no QB to pilot the franchise in its big LA move, they had to make this deal.
The stated goal -- becoming more physical -- should be a focus for the Redskins with the 21st overall pick, where upgrades at safety and middle linebacker will be difficult to pass up.
In Will Brinson's first mock draft of 2016, Carson Wentz is the first quarterback off the board.

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