Although no college football games have been played in more than three months, the stock of many NFL draft prospects is seemingly still fluctuating in the final weeks leading up to this year’s selection meeting.
For some players, that’s a good thing. Buffalo outside linebacker Khalil Mack, Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans and Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller are just a few of the players who have been consistently rising in draft projections.
Yet despite the consistent flow of draft rumors and speculation this time of year, it’s still largely unknown as to which players will end up where in the first round of the NFL draft on May 8. As even the No. 1 overall pick remains undetermined, the entire first round is full of uncertainty.
Which players belong in, or at least seem to be headed for, a top draft spot? The following 32 team-player combinations could all be possibilities.