What will the 2018 NFL draft look like?

The NFL draft will be a spectacle that we’ll probably never see again.

It’ll feature several top prospects in their prime, including the league’s best quarterback in Deshaun Watson and the top running back in Dalvin Cook, along with a lot of young talent.

It also will feature some top prospects on the bubble that could become busts.

The 2017 draft was a big one for the league.

The 2017 NFL draft was the second-biggest in league history, behind only the 2010 draft.

The NFL’s overall record in the draft has improved each year since then, reaching a record of 1,732.

This year’s draft is set to be the biggest yet, and the draft is still going to be a work in progress.

While the 2018 draft will likely be the most interesting in terms of the top-to-bottom players and teams that will be drafted, it will be far from the only one.

As a result, we’ll be looking back at all of the previous drafts as well as looking at what’s likely to happen when the 2018 season kicks off.

The top of the first round is loaded with talent.

The top three quarterbacks in the class are quarterbacks who could be top-five picks, and a bunch of other great prospects could make the list as well.

The next two picks will feature quarterback prospects who could go higher than they are currently projected.

The following is a list of players that have been selected in the first two rounds of the draft, along, of course, with the team that drafted them:1.

Notre Dame QB Deshone KizerThe Notre Dame quarterback was the top quarterback in the country last season, and he finished with a 7-2 record and a 122.2 passer rating in his final season as a starter.

Kizer is an explosive passer with a very good arm.

He completed 69.5 percent of his passes for 1,928 yards and 12 touchdowns with seven interceptions last season.

He also rushed for 664 yards and eight touchdowns.

He’s the type of quarterback that should go in the top five of the NFL draft.2.

Louisville QB Teddy BridgewaterThe Louisville quarterback had a very solid season, but he was hampered by a shoulder injury.

The Louisville quarterback led the Cardinals to a 10-4 record, but his shoulder injury prevented him from throwing a touchdown pass for the second straight season.

Bridgewater was selected in round two by the Cleveland Browns in the third round, and his first season as the starter in Cleveland ended up being a disappointment.

Bridgewater had a solid sophomore campaign with an 82.7 completion percentage, 13 touchdowns and four interceptions.

He had three games of 20-plus completions and five games of at least 200 yards passing.

Bridgewater has all the tools to be an NFL quarterback.

He should be in the second round.3.

LSU QB Cam AkersThe LSU quarterback finished the season with a solid season with 10 touchdowns and just three interceptions.

Akers was a top-10 pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round in 2016.

He led LSU to a 12-4 regular season record and then won the SEC Championship.

He finished the year with 1,000 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns.

Aker has a ton of potential.4.

Notre Miss QB Mitch TrubiskyThe Notre Miss quarterback was one of the best quarterbacks in college football last season after a very impressive senior season.

Trubiski led Notre Miss to a 5-2 regular season mark and a 7.5-win season.

Notre MIs best regular season was a 5.5 record and one victory over Texas A&M in the Orange Bowl.

Trubs offense was a major part of that team, as he finished the regular season with 534 yards passing and 10 touchdowns.

Trubeisky was a huge favorite to be selected in any NFL draft, but it could be a while before he’s a first-round pick.5.

Ohio State RB Ezekiel ElliottThe Ohio State running back led the Buckeyes to a 14-1 regular season and a Big Ten championship.

Elliott finished the campaign with 1