The NFL Draft is one of the best days of the year.
While we’ve had our fun watching college players who might not be ready to be drafted in the first round, there’s also plenty of time to look at the best talent from the college ranks.
Here’s a guide to how to make the most of the weekend ahead.
Read more article The draft is set to begin on Friday, with the first picks to be made on April 16.
However, with teams set to announce their rosters for the upcoming season at 8:00am on Sunday, that means the draft will start at 1:00pm on Saturday.
That means the first three picks, which will be selected in the 11th round and the 32nd, will be made at the same time.
This means that the next four picks will be revealed on Sunday at 1pm.
The picks from the 33rd and 44th rounds will be announced on Monday at 1.30pm.
As you’ll see from this list, there are plenty of picks in the top 25 to make this weekend.
The first two picks, picked by the Tennessee Titans and Florida Gators, are both projected to go in the Top-20 picks.
The Titans have a ton of players at the position, and are one of only two teams in the league to have two starting safeties in the NFL.
But the Gators, a team in the middle of rebuilding after a disappointing 2016 season, are loaded at defensive end, and will likely have three defensive tackles in the draft.
Both of the Titans and Gators are also projected to be the most dominant teams in all of college football, but the Gators have the best chance of beating out Tennessee for the No. 1 pick.
The Gators, led by a defensive lineman in the form of defensive end Haason Reddick, will have a chance to take the No 2 pick, while Tennessee, led in the trenches by a linebacker in Marcus Lattimore, has the best shot at winning the No 3 spot.
It’s still possible that the Gators will take the number two pick.
If that happens, the Gators would have the No 1 overall pick.
But if the Gators take the third pick, they would have to settle for the second-best player in the entire draft.
If the fourth-place team wins the top spot, they get the top overall pick, which would likely be the Titans.
If they take the fifth pick, it would likely mean they end up with the No 4 overall pick (or possibly a pick at that).
It will be interesting to see how the draft works.
Teams are likely going to be in an odd spot this year, because it’s one of those years that doesn’t have an obvious first round pick.
While the Browns had a No. 2 pick last year and the Rams had a top-10 pick, that pick was taken in the fourth round.
The draft process is very different this year.
Teams could go all-in on the first-round pick, or they could just go with the safest pick, since there’s no real risk involved.
It’ll also be interesting for teams to see which players are likely to fall to them, since the first two rounds are the most difficult for teams in terms of projecting how players are going to do in the second and third rounds.
It could be very interesting to find out which players fall in and out of the first or second round.
One of the most interesting teams to watch is the Carolina Panthers, who are currently in a rebuilding mode.
The Panthers are going through a rebuild after a terrible 2016 season.
They are projected to finish with the second most losses of any team in football, losing more than 20 games.
But they’ve been able to build their roster, and they are now projected to have a Top-5 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
They’ve also made a few moves that could help them achieve this goal.
In the 2017 draft, they signed former LSU defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins to a three-year deal worth $20 million, and the Panthers also signed defensive end Dontari Poe to a one-year, $1 million deal.
This deal is a bit of a gamble, as Rankins hasn’t played an NFL game yet, and Poe hasn’t even started playing yet.
But Rankins has shown flashes of his ability to dominate the edge in the past, and he’s shown he can be an effective pass rusher.
In fact, Poe has a sack rate of 5.3 per 10 pass rushes he’s played.
He’s also been the leader of the Panthers defense, recording 9.5 sacks in just two games this year and registering 4.5 QB hurries.
In 2017, Poe led the NFL in sacks with six.
He has also recorded 12 tackles for loss and nine quarterback hurries, which ranks sixth in the country among players that have played at least 20 games this season.
Poe has a lot of potential to be a Pro Bowl