NFL draft mock drafts will continue to roll out during the draft, and there’s one more name to keep an eye on as the first round of the 2018 NFL draft gets underway.
The draft has been held in a secret location for months, but now that it’s official, a lot of things are going to be changing.
The draft will begin on Thursday and the draft board is set to begin on Friday.
According to Fox Sports’ Adam Schefter, the draft will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday, April 12.
The Nets are hosting the draft on Friday morning, and the Nets are planning to have the entire draft process live on social media.
Schefter said the draft boards will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., but he didn’t provide any further details on what’s going on behind the scenes.
The NFL draft is held every four years.
It begins on Friday, May 3, and will continue through Monday, May 11, with the last game of the season on Monday, June 13.
In terms of the mock draft, the following are the five mock draft boards, as of now:The first mock draft of the NFL draft will start at 7:00 a.k.
Eastern on Thursday.
That is when the draft picks are scheduled to be announced.
Schefters says the mock drafts are set to start on a Thursday and will conclude with a draft board on Monday morning, with no other changes.
The first two mock drafts, in late January and early February, were not all that exciting.
The first mock drafted by the Patriots included two first-round picks, one of which was a seventh-round pick from the Raiders, and one of the first two picks from the Chargers.
The Chargers also selected a player who would eventually be named Andrew Luck.
On Monday, April 5, ESPN’s Chad Ford and Adam Scheuter published mock drafts for the first four picks of the draft.
The results of those mock drafts were interesting.
Scheuter and Ford ranked the Browns first-rounder, Khalil Mack, as the No. 1 overall pick, and their second-rounder was the Texans’ Kevin Johnson, who was No. 2 overall.
Scheeter’s mock had the Eagles’ Jordan Matthews, the No 1 overall selection, as a fifth-rounder.
The Bills had the No 3 pick, with quarterback Tyrod Taylor of Ohio State.
The Browns selected Clemson’s Deshaun Watson of Clemson with their third pick.
Scheuer’s first mock had a different story, though, with Arizona’s Carson Wentz coming in as the sixth overall pick.
The next two mock draft picks, by Rob Rang of ESPN and Joe Person of The MMQB, were a little less intriguing.
The Browns picked Wisconsin quarterback Deshone Kizer, a former NFL quarterback, in the fifth round.
The Raiders selected Stanford wide receiver Sammy Watkins in the fourth round.
The Titans selected Oregon defensive tackle Myles Garrett in the second round.
Scheeters first mock took a look at Arizona quarterback Marcus Mariota, the first overall pick in the 2018 draft.
They had the Chiefs taking Alabama defensive tackle Taco Charlton in the third round.
Rang and Person both said the Browns had the second-best quarterback prospect in the draft behind Clemson’s Baker Mayfield, a player they ranked No. 3 overall.
In a mock draft by Rang, the Browns took Michigan State quarterback Marcus Maye, No. 5 overall, in round one.
In a mock by Person, the Titans took Clemson wide receiver Donte Moncrief, No 2 overall, at the end of the third and ended up selecting Alabama cornerback Jalen Ramsey, No 3 overall, with their fourth pick.
According a mock from CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora, the Raiders selected Michigan State wide receiver Christian McCaffrey with their seventh pick.
Ranger and Person wrote that the Browns’ third-round choice was Clemson receiver Corey Coleman.
Rangers mock of the Chiefs draft: McCaffery was No 4 overall, and Coleman was No 1.
The Chiefs took USC wide receiver Damiere Byrd at No. 14 overall, as well.
Ranging from No. 22 to No. 24, the Chiefs took Tennessee safety Adoree Jackson at No 3.
The Rams picked Ohio State defensive tackle Kony Ealy with their eighth pick.
A second mock draft on Thursday showed the Eagles taking LSU defensive tackle Raekwon McMillan at No 12 overall.
The Eagles traded down with the Cowboys in round three to pick LSU cornerback Myles Jack at No 15 overall.
The third mock draft showed the Browns picking Alabama cornerback Mychal Kendricks with their fifth pick.
The Vikings selected Florida State quarterback Mitch Trubisky with their sixth pick.
It’s a great sign for fans of the Eagles, Raiders, Chiefs, Bills, Broncos, Titans and Seahawks, who all have a chance to make the playoffs.
In addition, the Vikings and Raiders