Jerry Donabedian scours the 2020 UDFA class for potential sources of future fantasy production, highlighting Georgia kicker Rodrigo Blankenship (Colts) and Illinois State running back James Robinson (Jaguars).
Joe Burrow was the first player taken in the 2020 NFL Draft, but which rookie should go first in fantasy drafts?
Carson Wentz was robbed of his downfield weapons in 2019, but he's looking much better for 2020 after the Eagles added a trio of speedy wideouts during Day 3 of the NFL Draft.
Marlon Mack and Kerryon Johnson saw their fantasy stocks tumble Friday night, while James Conner and Chris Carson are sitting pretty atop their respective depth charts.
Joe Bartel takes on Day 2 in our fantasy fallout series from this year's draft, where Green Bay's selection of AJ Dillon out of Boston College qualifies as one of the biggest surprises from rounds two and three
Many standout fantasy prospects remain on the board for Friday's second and third rounds of the draft, including Clemson's Tee Higgins.
Jerry Donabedian takes a look at the veteran NFL players most heavily impacted by first-round draft picks, finding good news for Dak Prescott and bad news for Damien Williams.
John McKechnie breaks down the fantasy impact from the first round of the draft. Henry Ruggs was the first receiver off the board Thursday, but does he have the best fantasy outlook among rookie wideouts?
Joe Burrow going first overall seems to be set in stone, but the rest of the first round may not go the way many are expecting in John McKechnie's final first-round mock.
There's drama at the top of the draft, and a constellation of dominoes ready to fall at a moment's notice. Those dominoes will determine when top WRs like CeeDee Lamb go off the board.
Even if you don't think Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T., he's definitely the all-time greatest NFL Draft steal. Who else made our list?
John McKechnie runs through the first round in his latest mock, where he sees six receivers being taken, including the ascending Brandon Aiyuk out of Arizona State.
This Wednesday first-round mock draft adjusts to the latest NFL rumors, especially Atlanta's reported trade intentions and Miami's reported Justin Herbert fandom.
This three-round mock draft features 10 trades, including one with a franchise-tagged veteran. Jerry Jeudy was one target of those trades, and the first WR off the board.
The Cowboys don't necessarily need to use an early draft pick to replace Randall Cobb, but wouldn't it fun if they did anyway? Enter Penn State's KJ Hamler, who can burn defenders deep while working the slot.
Tee Higgins might have been a first-round pick in other years, but tough competition in a deep WR class could push him down to the second round as an unexpected gift for the Ravens or Texans.
With the top three receivers expected to go within a few picks of each other, Henry Ruggs is a good bet to go off the board first.
This first-round mock draft features six wide receivers, including at least a couple polarizing upset selections.
Jerry Donabedian takes a look at undrafted players from the 2019 rookie class, hoping to find the next Phillip Lindsay, Gus Edwards or Robert Foster.
John McKechnie offers his analysis on the receivers and running backs taken on Day 2. Mecole Hardman could be one of Patrick Mahomes' top targets, his stock among rookies soaring.
There was some thought Bryce Love might last until the sixth or seventh round, but Washington scooped him up in the fourth, presumably with plans for a 2019 redshirt.
Joe Bartel gives his spin on a first round that was light on skill position players. Now that Kyler Murray is officially an Arizona Cardinal, what's next for him as the catalyst of a rebuild in the desert?
John McKechnie offers his final mock with the first round of the NFL Draft on tap for Thursday. Mississippi's D.K. Metcalf is a unique receiver prospect, but is he at risk of falling out of the first round?
The popular theory of the moment is that Duke's Daniel Jones will go ahead of Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, but this mock rejects the possibility.
John McKechnie rolls out his version 1.0 of his mock draft series with an in-depth look at the first round. If Arizona goes with Kyler Murray at No.1 overall, how do the rest of the quarterback dominoes fall?
Joe Bartel analyzes the skill players selected on the final day of the NFL Draft, Including Bo Scarbrough, who might prove one of the better Day 3 value picks.
John McKechnie breaks down the skill position players taken in rounds two and three of the NFL Draft including USC's Ronald Jones, who lands in a favorable situation in Tampa Bay's backfield.
Joe Bartel breaks down the first-round skill players.
The rumor mill is in overdrive with the first round of this year's NFL Draft rapidly approaching. Is Baker Mayfield now the favorite to go No.1 overall to the Browns?
Sam Darnold should be on his way to Cleveland soon enough, but what happens from the second pick onward could be a whirlwind.