After months and months of research and analysis, it’s always fun to see where all the NFL Draft prospects end up.
“Fit" is everything, and doesn’t get talked about enough in the months leading up to the draft. But as soon as a player gets drafted by a team, it’s easier to take a look at how that player fits into the organization. Often times, the depth chart and level of coaching provides a hint as to how much success or failure is on the horizon.
With that in mind, here are my five favorite picks in the entire draft, followed by my least favorite picks:
OG Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts — 1st round, No. 6 overall
Nelson was the No. 1 overall player on my board, and he lands on a team that has needed offensive line help for years. Colts GM Chris Ballard didn’t overthink this. He took the best player available — one who has extremely low bust potential. The only person who loves this pick more than me is Andrew Luck.