Baltimore went with the safer and cleaner pick at offensive tackle, selecting Notre Dame's Ronnie Stanley over Ole Miss' Laremy Tunsil.
The Seattle Seahawks entered this draft with a defined need to bolster the offensive line. They got off to a good start in Round 1.
GM Dave Gettleman added even more beef to the Panthers' defensive line, grabbing a beloved "hog molly" in Louisiana Tech DT Vernon Butler.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at how former Ole Miss players Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche will fit with the Vikings and Cardinals, respectively.
Myles Jack, considered a potential top-10 pick before the draft, was still available after the first round Thursday, a day after he admitted his knee might require microfracture surgery.
Ezekiel Elliott joins SVP to discuss why he wanted to be a Cowboy, what Emmitt Smith means to him and wearing the croptop on the red carpet.