To be called an "expert" at something is quite an honor. I happen to consider myself an "expert" burger maker. I have this family recipe, but I'm getting off the point. An "expert" is one that people seek advice for in a specific field. If I wanted to learn about physics, I would study Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking.
When you want advice on the NFL draft, two names come to mind—Mel Kiper and Todd McShay of ESPN. It is possible that they know more about the NFL draft than any other person on the planet earth and no one would question their status as an "expert."
Unfortunately, being an "expert" doesn't mean you are always correct. It is very possible for an "expert" to be wrong, and this is certainly true for Mr. Kiper and Mr. McShay. In fact, here is a look at 10 picks that Mel and Todd got wrong.