Editor’s note: This year the format of our draft coverage has been somewhat different than in past years. Rather than player interviews (and to our chagrin, not a single player PD interviewed ended up getting drafted by the Patriots), Chris Warner led a one-man charge into examining the NFL draft from as many possible angles as possible.
Here are the results.
Pats Draft Scenarios: Day One – Who might the Patriots take on day one?
Pats Draft Scenarios: Day Two How about day two?
Pats Draft Scenarios: Day Three Day three, anyone?
Pats Draft Scenarios: The Perfect Mock Draft – Chris would like to see things fall this way.
Pats Draft Scenarios: Pro Day Pop-Ups – Who impressed at various Pro Days?
Pats Draft Scenarios: Picks To Avoid – Please, please, please don’t take these guys.
Pats Draft Scenarios: Please Don’t Take Offense – We’re all set there, thanks.
Pats Draft Scenarios: Six For The Sixth – Longshots, but still intriguing.
Pats Draft Scenarios: Testing, 1-2-3 – Who tested the best at the combine?
Pats Draft Scenarios: In Belichick We Trust, Mostly – He’s going to trade, I just know it…
Pats Draft Scenarios: A Primer – What do the Patriots need, and what are the strengths of this draft?
Pats Draft Scenarios: The Machines Take Over – What happens if we take the national mock drafts, and combine them?
Pats Draft Scenarios: Local Talent – Who are the kids from local colleges that might get drafted?
Pats Draft Scenarios: The Too-Early Mock – A very early edition of the mock.
The NFL Draft: Superlatives – You remember your high school superlatives? “Most Likely to Succeed” etc? Chris names the superlatives of the 2011 NFL draft class.
We’ll also include the detailed positional reviews from the in-season “College Scout” series from Greg Doyle
With all of these post, if you see a player of interest, look at the bottom of the post, and you’ll see all players mentioned in the post tagged. Click on the tag, and you’ll be brought to a list of all articles on Patriots Daily that mention that player.