The 2010 NFL Draft could be one of the best drafts in the history of the NFL. With the looming rookie salary scale, many eligible underclassmen have decided to throw their name into the hat, in what could be the last, and largest money year for rookies.
The other thing that makes this year such an important one, the cap-less year, there are considerably more restricted free agents, due to players needing six years of service to become unrestricted free agents instead of four. Many teams have tendered their RFAs so that they can be used as trade bait.
Expect lots of action, especially during the first round of the Draft, which will be in prime time, Thursday night.