Right now, however, it's still speculation season.
A number of prospects are bandied about as potential future Lions. Be it mock drafts, reports of team visits or idle conjecture, many names have come up connected to Detroit.
Last draft season went similarly. Before Detroit ultimately selected defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, several names were attached to the Lions. Dee Milliner, Lane Johnson and Kenny Vaccaro were all seen as strong possibilities at various points in the process.
Here are the odds for several of this year's prospects to become that tenth pick, or even to be selected at a different spot via a trade.
This list is a conglomeration of factors: talking to various sources, studying draft trends, evaluating need and pure guesswork. These are some rough projections, but that's about all anyone can do at this point.
As Tom Petty once sang, "the waiting is the hardest part." In three more weeks we will know which of these players delivers on the odds.