Ramon Harewood is raw, but the Ravens' sixth-round pick has the size, skills and smarts to excel at the NFL level, writes Len Pasquarelli.
History shows that even an undrafted quarterback can take a team to the Super Bowl, but finding that hidden gem requires a little luck, writes Len Pasquarelli.
With Roger Goodell holding teams accountable for their players' bad decisions, how to deal with prospects with potential character flaws is the talk of the draft, Len Pasquarelli writes.
Already having missed two full seasons because of injuries, Tim Couch's career might be over.
The Steelers showed one way the rich get richer with a solid draft that included WR Santonio Holmes, writes Len Pasquarelli in his review of the 2006 draft.
Brett Favre's future is in question, but Green Bay's bigger issue for 2006 is figuring out who will line up at RB.
Len Pasquarelli is hearing more indications that Vince Young is still thinking about entering the '06 NFL draft.
Several players who were second bananas on campus have a chance to make excellent impressions in the NFL.
The first three picks in the 2005 draft are held by rookie coaches who will be looking to shape the futures of their franchises, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Despite his father's troubled past, draft prospect Stanley Wilson has a loving relationship with his namesake.
The Lions came out on top of the draft with playmakers like Roy Williams and Kevin Jones.
It can be tough to swallow, but teams know they might have to wait for first-round QBs to contribute.
Maurice Clarett's workout was impressive enough that scouts project him as a solid first-day draft pick.
The NFL's draft eligibility rule might be common knowledge, but the subject is not covered in the CBA.
ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli goes team-by-team with the Ravens the clear winners.
With several teams clamoring to be in a position other than where they are, expect a lot of wheeling and dealing on Saturday.