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The NFL Draft has become a spectacle. Football fans mark the days on their calendars and spend hours reading about the available college prospects and uncovering the latest trade rumors. Then, we spend all day watching ESPN, waiting for Mel Kiper to praise our team's selections and hopefully ridicule the picks of our rivals. And because the sorriest teams get the early picks, everyone has hope on draft day.

Search "mock draft" on Google and you'll be sorting through results for days since every sports site loves to post their own "expert" predictions on how the draft will shake out.


Draft Information on the Web

ESPN.com: Draft coverage
The best sports site on the Web is also loaded with plenty of draft coverage every year. Expert chats, mock drafts and in-depth columns from guys like Mel Kiper and Todd McShay are all extremely insightful, and the draft tracker lets you follow the action online, pick by pick.

Ourlads.com
Great site with lots of free content. This site has previews of the ’06 NCAA Bowls and links to NFL team’s depth charts.

NFL.com
The NFL's official Web site features plenty of useful features, including a draft tracker, player profiles, positional analysis and a comprehensive review of the draft's history.

Football’s Future
This site is loaded with information ranging from mock drafts, player profiles, prospect rankings, team needs and combine news.

Scott Wright's Draft Countdown.com
This is probably one of the most organized draft sites on the web. The information is broken up into organized categories and has everything from mock drafts to player spotlights and rankings. All of the content is 100% free as well.

NFL Draft Blitz
Not a bad little site. Team columnists, early entry prospects, team needs, value boards, positional rankings and much, much more can be found here. The site is a little crowded on a whole, but the information is solid.

NFL Draft Insiders
Self-described as the "premier NFL draft and free agency publication," this site is run by scout Frank Coyle. It's not organized very well but you'll find all the draft information you're looking for here.

The Huddle
This is more of a general site for sports information than an actual draft guide. However, the information is some of the fastest. This is your site for quick tidbits on breaking sports news.

Rotoworld.com
This site is similar to KFFL.com, but with more graphics and in-depth information. This site is excellent for any kind of breaking sports news.

WalterFootball.com
WalterFootball.com has everything from breaking NFL news, message boards and predictions, to over 100 mock draft links. The site isn't just for the NFL Draft, but also the MLB, NBA and college sports too.

Twitter Accounts for NFL Draft Fans

The draft process is WAYYYY too long, but here are some accounts to follow along the way.

Benjamin Allbright
Ben consistently provides no-nonsense analysis and news while focusing mostly on quarterback evaluations and the NFL Draft.

Brent Sobleski
NFL analyst for The Bleacher Report.

Matt Miller
Miller focuses on the NFL draft and definitely puts in the work. He knows his stuff and is a great follow, even if he's one of the guys who thrives on "way too early" takes with mock drafts a year in advance.

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