Chris Long, Glenn Dorsey and Matt Ryan project to be the first three picks in April's NFL draft, but in what order they are selected remains to be seen, writes Mel Kiper.
Glenn Dorsey would look great in a Miami Dolphins uniform. Then again, so would a lot of players. Mel Kiper Jr. reveals his first-round projections for April's NFL draft.
LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell tops Mel Kiper's initial first-round projection for the 2007 NFL draft.
Laurence Maroney is off to a fast start in the NFL. His former Minnesota teammate, running back Gary Russell, might join him next season. Mel Kiper Jr. explains.
Auburn RB Ronnie Brown is up to No. 2 and four other players debut in Mel Kiper's latest first-round projection.
Mel's latest mailbag looks at a player who slid down the board and the draft needs of this year's Super Bowl teams.
Mel Kiper assesses the top draft needs of all 32 NFL teams, including many that need defensive linemen.
The abundance of underclassmen has pushed some quality prospects into my third-round projection of the NFL draft.
The proliferation of underclassmen has pushed some one-time first-round locks to the second round.
Changes abound in Mel Kiper's latest first-round projection, and trades could shuffle it even more.
Despite all the talk, ESPN's Mel Kiper still projects Eli Manning as the No. 1 overall selection in the NFL draft, no matter which team is picking.
The top four picks remain the same, but Tommie Harris breaks into the latest first-round projection.
Mel takes a look at the needs of the Bucs and Chiefs and revisits last year's big draft-day deal in his latest mailbag.
Mel takes a look at the first-round strategies of five NFL teams in his latest mailbag.
Eli Manning, Larry Fitzgerald and Ben Roethlisberger look like the top three picks in the 2004 NFL draft.