Every year, NFL analysts provide their best interpretations of how the first round of the draft will break down. It has become one of the many traditions in sports that fans love to see, hear, read, and most of all, criticize.
Todd McShay of ESPN releases one of the more popular NFL mock drafts every year—this is his fifth edition—and over that time he has had some stellar selections, and some that he will likely want to forget.
This year will be no different. There will be picks that he saw coming despite everybody's skepticism, while there will be others that he misses on completely.
With the unpredictability of the NFL draft—or any draft for that matter—trying to pinpoint who will be taken with each selection is no simple feat.
McShay often does a solid job, but what fun would there be in the draft process if we didn't get a chance to look at where he might be off the mark?
With the draft set to begin tomorrow night, here are five selections that McShay may like to have back once the opening round comes to an end.