Every year The Huddle Report grades the top mock drafts and top 100 boards from analysts around the web.
Mock drafts are scored by awarding two points for every player correctly matched to a team in the first round, and one point for every player correctly placed in the first round. A perfect mock draft would produce a score of 96.
This year, The Huddle Report graded the mock drafts of 114 entrants. Here are the top five:
|The Huddle Report Mock Draft Rankings - Top Five|
|1. Reginald Brooks - Fantasy Football 1on1||50|
|2. Jason Boris - Times News||50|
|3. Mike Mayock - NFL Network||49|
|4. Brian Philpot - The Football Hub||47|
|5. Brad Clark - NFL's Future||46|
Note: Bleacher Report's writers did not participate in the The Huddle Report's grading. Had they entered, Michael Schottey's final mock draft would have ranked 91st overall. Matt Miller would have been ranked 109th overall.
Top 100 boards are graded strictly based on the number of players who are selected within the top 100 picks of the draft. Here are this year's top five:
|The Huddle Report Top 100 Rankings - Top Five|
|1. Bob McGinn - Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel||87|
|T-2. Ryan McCrystal - DraftAce||85|
|T-2. Draft Board Guru||85|
|T-2. NFL Draft Scout||85|
|T-5. Draft Board Insider||84|
|T-5. Lance Zierlein - The Sideline View||84|
Now let's take a look at how some of the other well-known draft analysts fared this year.