It was supposed to be the wildest, most unpredictable draft in recent memory, and it didn't disappoint.
The 2013 NFL draft saw three offensive tackles go in the first four picks, no first-round running backs and, incredibly, the consensus best available quarterback slide all the way out of the first round.
That quarterback, Geno Smith, will certainly be the prize commodity on Friday night; whether the Jaguars (long tipped to take Smith No. 2 overall) stick to their board or take a bounty of picks from a team in need will shape much of the second and third round.
With the huge run on offensive linemen on the first evening, will they continue to be overdrafted, or will teams lay off? Where will all the speedy receivers, tailbacks and cornerbacks still on the board land?
How many luxury picks can stacked teams like the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots make?
Find out now, with our fully updated second- and third-round projections.