Only time will tell for sure but debatable draft day decisions were a frequent occurrence in the NFC South.
The second day of the 2016 NFL Draft saw the rich get richer and several shocking selections, including the Dallas Cowboys nabbing Jaylon Smith ahead of fellow injured linebacker Myles Jack and the Buccaneers trading up into the second round to nab kicker Robert Aguayo.
The Saints pulled off a trade with the New England Patriots and took Ohio State strong safety Vonn Bell.
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.
Ohio State teammates Ezekiel Elliott and Joey Bosa strolled the red carpet outside of Auditorium Theater on Thursday two hours before the start of what is expected to be a big night for Buckeyes.
Tune out the mock drafts and all the pre-draft posturing. If the Browns' new coordinator gets his say, Jared Goff, not Carson Wentz, will be the first QB picked.
On the final day of the combine, Houston cornerback William Jackson made a strong case why he should be selected in the first round.
While the quarterbacks and running backs were on the field Saturday at the Scouting Combine, the defensive backs were the final position group to pass through the interview room at Lucas Oil Stadium. And Clemson corner Mackensie Alexander certainly left a lasting impression.
Jaylon Smith was set up to make millions of dollars as a top draft pick. Now he's not. So why should blue-chip prospects risk injury in a meaningless bowl game? Plus more musing from the combine.
Derrick Henry, Deshaun Watson, Christian McCaffrey and more of the week's award winners were named to the Associated Press All-America college football team.

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