If the Lions don't receive the right trade offer, Calvin Johnson likely will be their choice at No. 2, writes Todd McShay.
In his latest mock draft, Todd McShay explores several scenarios for every team picking in the first round.
JaMarcus Russell is holding steady atop Todd McShay's mock draft, which goes from No. 1 all the way to No. 255.
JaMarcus Russell remains the No. 1 pick in Todd McShay's mock draft, but his status grows more tenuous by the day.
How the Raiders go about addressing their QB situation will affect the strategies of many teams high in the draft order, writes Todd McShay.
In his latest mock draft, Todd McShay accounts for the Falcons-Texans trade, which also affects the Lions' thinking at No. 2.
JaMarcus Russell is making it difficult for the Raiders to pass him up. Plus, notes from Michigan State, Oklahoma and more.
With offseason additions at RB, OT and DE, the Lions grab QB Brady Quinn in Todd McShay's latest mock draft.
It's clear who the top two QBs are in this year's draft. But who's No. 3? Todd McShay gives his vote to Drew Stanton.
Some of the draft's elite players, including JaMarcus Russell and Calvin Johnson, arrived in Indianapolis carrying excess baggage.
Even though he has a chance to become the top QB taken in 2008, Brian Brohm might end up regretting his decision to stay in school.
In his initial mock draft, Todd McShay has the Raiders taking JaMarcus Russell, not Brady Quinn, with the No. 1 pick.
LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell is set to make his decision known, and it should be good news for the Raiders and Lions.
They might not be household names yet, but JaMarcus Russell, Adrian Arrington and Garrett Wolfe will be, writes Todd McShay.
RB Kenny Irons and QB JaMarcus Russell are on the rise this week, but Jared Zabransky has taken a hit, writes Todd McShay.