The 2011 NFL Draft's first round featured plenty of surprises, but none more than at the quarterback position.
Most NFL Draft analysts had Jake Locker graded out as a first-round selection—very few had him heading to a team in the top 10 picks. Very few had Christian Ponder rated as somebody sniffing anywhere near the first round.
For Locker to go No. 8 overall to the Tennessee Titans and Ponder to land with the Minnesota Vikings at No. 12, it sets up a domino effect.
The second and third rounds start this afternoon, and there are plenty of clues of what to expect based on these events.
Let's break down what it all means.