One of the top football factories at the college level, Ohio State has its eyes on the first round record, which the Miami Hurricanes set in the 2004 NFL Draft with six selections. The Buckeyes are aiming for seven. Or more.
The Chiefs have one of the most versatile and devastating rushes in the league. Houston's offensive line has been solid, but they'll be without their best pass protector this week. Can the Texans hold up?
Jamey Eisenberg's and Dave Richard's weekly rankings are the perfect tool for helping you set your lineup, but they're not on the same page with every player. In those cases, Scott White is happy to break the tie.
In a critical third season for coach Andy Reid, the Kansas City Chiefs can look for help with four picks in the top 100 and 10 total selections in the 2015 draft. How should GM John Dorsey invest his bounty of draft assets?