There's a lot riding on the top picks of the NFL draft. Not only can these selections serve as potential starters on the field, they can also be faces of their respective franchises off of it.
Coming to these decisions is more than just an evaluation of statistical measurables, Wonderlic tests and game tape. The decisions are also supported in private interviews sessions.
Once in these interviews, the right questions can make all the difference. However, not all questions are the right ones (as evidenced by Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland asking Dez Bryant if his mother was a prostitute).
Teams and potential players deserve better questions to get their final impressions about players.
With that in mind, here are the questions I would ask an NFL draft prospect if I were a general manager.