Round 1, Pick 9: Running back Kareem Hunt (Kansas City Chiefs)
Round 2, Pick 4: Running back Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers)
Round 3, Pick 9: Wide receiver Adam Thielen (Minnesota Vikings)
Round 4, Pick 4: Wide receiver Golden Tate (Detroit Lions)
Round 5, Pick 9: Running back Dion Lewis (Tennessee Titans)
Round 6, Pick 4: Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Denver Broncos)
Round 7, Pick 9: Tight end Kyle Rudolph (Minnesota Vikings)
Round 8, Pick 4: Wide receiver Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles)
Round 9, Pick 9: Running back James White (New England Patriots)
Round 10, Pick 4: Quarterback Kirk Cousins (Minnesota Vikings)
Round 11, Pick 9: Quarterback, Philip Rivers (Los Angeles Chargers)
Round 12, Pick 4: Minnesota Vikings team defense
Round 13, Pick 9: Kicker Stephen Gostkowski (New England Patriots)
Round 14, Pick 4: Wide receiver Chris Godwin (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Round 15, Pick 9: Wide receiver John Brown (Baltimore Ravens)
• The Vikings need do well, as there are four starting spots from Minnesota on this team. I usually don't recommend going that heavy toward one team -- if they have a bad week, you lose -- but the Vikings are really good on both sides of the ball, so this could work.
• White and Agholor could be steals, as injuries in New England and Philadelphia, respectively, are giving each player a shot at more opportunities.
• Cousins and Rivers in the 10th and 11th round, respectively, show you how long you can wait to draft a quarterback.
• The last two rounds are for rookies and fliers. Godwin and Brown have been the talk of their respective towns during the preseason.