The true draft grades won't reveal themselves until a few years down the road after these players see the field, but initial opinions on how teams did in rounds two and three are spread out.
The first three rounds are complete and 98 players have been drafted in the 2016 NFL Draft. However, plenty of talented prospects remain on the board.
The 2016 NFL Draft continues Friday night at 7 p.m. ET and wraps up on Saturday. Here's the complete schedule, including TV coverage times, networks and how to watch online.
With 31 picks complete in the 2016 NFL Draft, Day Two begins with the second round on Friday night and several talented players still available on the draft board.
With the 2016 NFL Draft a week away, my final draft board expands to the top 100 prospects led by Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil who hasn't conceded his top spot through the process.
The 2016 NFL Draft is less than two weeks away, and here's a look at how all seven rounds (yes, all 253 picks!) could play out for every team.
Teams with a pressing need at the tight end or running back position definitely won't like the non-existent depth at those positions in the 2016 NFL Draft. Other than Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott, there are no automatic first-round picks in this bunch.
By now you've heard about all of the top prospects at talent hotbeds like Alabama and Ohio State, but what about the lesser-known prospects who will surprise in the NFL? We take a position-by-position look at sleepers, including players who weren't even invited to the combine but could surprise if given a chance.
Breaking down the NFL Draft Combine list by school.
The first step to Senior Bowl week is the weigh-ins where each player is trotted on stage for official measurements and North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz and others checked several boxes for NFL scouts.

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