The NFL is in the middle of a recruiting bonanza as the 2019 class enters its prime.
Some of the best-known names on the horizon include running back Christian McCaffrey, cornerback Jamal Adams, and defensive end Dont’a Hightower.
McCaffery, who is projected to be the No. 1 pick, is an All-American who is also a two-time All-Big Ten selection.
Adams, who has the most NFL experience of any player on the draft board, was a two time All-America and two time First Team All-Conference selection.
The only question that remains for Hightowers is if he will be able to convince NFL teams to sign him.
Adams was the No, 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft and the No 11 overall pick last year.
Both of those picks were on the board when the NFL Draft Lottery was announced in March.
The 2017 draft was the first of seven drafts to be held in New York since the draft began in February.
There were also six trades that took place during the first seven rounds, all involving a player who was picked by the team that drafted him.
The top of the 2019 NFL draft is expected to be announced Wednesday, March 24.