The best players you should target in the 2018 NFL draft are still up for grabs.
The most interesting player to watch in the 2019 NFL draft will be Florida State’s Dalvin Cook.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes Cook could be the next great wide receiver.
Cook, who was a three-star recruit from Florida in 2016, will be a late round selection if he lands in the top 15 of the draft.
He has a great chance to land in the middle rounds.
ESPN NFL draft expert Mike Mayock also thinks Cook could go in the first round.ESPN’s Adam Nagourney believes the first pick will go to Michigan State’s Christian Hackenberg.
The Spartans had a good year and were able to get a top-five pick.ESPN analyst Matt Miller thinks Florida State quarterback Connor Cook could fall in the mid- to late-rounds.
Miller is a strong Cook supporter and thinks he could fall.ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay believes Florida State running back Dalvin Ford could be a top 20 pick.
Ford was a top three pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
Ford is a great fit for the NFL and has the skillset to be an NFL starter.
Ford has great speed, can run and catch the ball.
McShay is a former NFL quarterback and has watched the running back develop his game.
The former Heisman Trophy winner says Ford is a good fit in the NFL.NFL analyst Todd Archer is a believer in Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts, who could be drafted before Cook.
Archer is not a fan of Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones.
Jones is an outstanding player with great upside.
The two-time Pro Bowler is one of the top quarterbacks in the country.
Jones has the ability to be a dominant playmaker.
Archer thinks Jones is a top 10 pick.CBS Sports draft expert Mel Kiper believes Ohio State runningback Dalvin Harris could be one of two quarterbacks selected in the second round.
Kiper has Harris rated as the top player available.
Harris has a good arm and plays with a great demeanor.
Kiper says he’s a better runner than Jones.NFL draft analyst Chris Simms believes Ohio Stadium will have a great game in the SEC Championship against Alabama.
The Buckeyes are a tough out to the Tide, who were ranked the No. 1 team in the nation in 2017.CBSSports draft expert Tim McManus believes Alabama quarterback Cardell Johnson is a late- to mid-round pick.
McManuses is a fan favorite at ESPN and thinks Johnson is the best player in this draft.ESPN analysts Mike Mayhew and Todd Mcshay are fans of Alabama quarterback Cam Newton.
Mayhew is a big Newton fan and believes he’s the best quarterback available.
McManus thinks the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback could fall at No. 15.
Mayers opinion is a little different from the rest of the mock draft experts.NFL scout Dan Kadar believes Alabama linebacker Dontari Poe could be picked before Cook in the third round.
Kadar is a huge Poe fan.
Kadar believes Poe could go much higher than the No 1 pick, which is where he believes the Broncos would like to take him.
Kaden is a very high-profile prospect in the mock drafts, so there’s no doubt that he is a favorite to be selected before Cook or Poe.CBS’ Todd McLeod says the Broncos could take Alabama quarterback Jameis Winston.
McLeod thinks the Broncos have to be careful with Winston, who has the tools to be one-and-done in the pros.
McLeod is a Broncos fan and is an expert on Winston.
McLear has Winston rated as one of his top-50 players available.
McLear is not convinced of the NFL quarterback’s long-term future in the league.NFL mock draft expert Todd McBride is a proponent of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.
McBride has Manziel ranked as the third best quarterback in the entire draft.
McBride believes Manziel is a legitimate top-10 pick, but McBride thinks the Browns could be able to come to terms with Manziel.CBS NFL draft analyst Phil Savage has a big fan of Florida State linebacker Jarrad Davis.
Savage is a Florida State fan and thinks Davis is a solid NFL prospect.
CBS NFL draft guru Mel Kittle has Davis rated as a top 40 pick.
Kittle is a long-time NFL scout and is very familiar with the Seminoles.
Kittle thinks Davis has the potential to be great in the pro game.CBS analyst Todd Gurley is the No 2 overall pick in this year’s NFL draft and could be taken by the Vikings in the late second round, but Kittle is not sold on him.ESPN NFL draft director of college scouting and development Rich Kotite believes the Rams will take Michigan State quarterback DeShone Kizer.
Kotite says the Rams are a good team to draft, but it’s hard to see K