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Contents • 1 Watercraft dimensions • draft Selection processes • 3 Entertainment • 4 Heating, cooling, air flow • 5 Finance • 6 Other uses • 7 See also Watercraft dimensions [ edit ] • Draft (hull), the distance from waterline to keel of a vessel • Draft (sail), degree of curvature in a sail • Air draft, distance from waterline to the highest point on a vessel Selection processes [ edit ] • Draft (politics), groundswell of support to compel a candidate to run for office • Draft (sports), selection of players for professional sports teams • Conscription, selection for e.g.

military service Entertainment [ edit ] • Draft (musician) (born 1986), Electronic musician and DJ • Drafted (comics), a 2007 comic released by Devil's Due Publishing • The Draft (comics), a 1988 one-shot draft book from Marvel Comics • The Draft (band), an American punk rock band • Draft 7.30, a 2003 album by British electronic band Autechre • WWE draft, draft World Wrestling Entertainment program which drafts superstars to different WWE brands • Draughts, board game, a.k.a.

checkers • The Draft ( The League), the series premiere of the FX (TV channel) television series The League • Draft (magazine), an American magazine about beer and beer culture Draft, cooling, air flow [ edit ] • Draft (boiler), difference between atmospheric pressure and the boiler pressure • Chimney draught, outgoing flow into chimney of gases from combustion • Draught excluder, used to eliminate cold draught and slow heat loss • Mechanical draft, incoming flow of air to burn fuel for a boiler or engine • Vertical draft, vertical movement of air, which can be dangerous to airplanes Finance [ edit ] • Demand draft, a check created by a merchant with a buyer's account number on it, but without the buyer's signature • Banker's draft, a form of check where the funds are taken directly from draft financial institution • Sight draft, or time draft, an order for the payment of money by a banker Other uses [ edit ] • Draught beer or other beverage, served from a bulk keg or cask rather than a bottle or can • Draft (engineering), the angle added to features perpendicular to the parting line of a casting or molding • Draft (aerodynamics), two objects in close proximity reducing overall drag • Draft document, a version of an unfinished document or other written work • Draft animal, an animal used to perform tasks • Draft horse, a large horse bred to be a draft animal doing hard tasks such as plowing and other farm labor • Draught dog, a variety of working dog used to pull a cart • Draft (water) • Draught, an alternate term for a stream See also draft edit ] Search for "draft" or "draught" on Wikipedia.

• Drapht (born 1982), Australian hip hop singer • Drafting (disambiguation) • Drought (disambiguation) • Draft lottery (disambiguation) • Final Draft (disambiguation) draft All pages with titles beginning draft draught • All pages with titles beginning with draft • All pages with titles containing draught • All pages with titles containing draft • Checkers (disambiguation), including chequers • Checker (disambiguation), including chequer • Check (disambiguation), including cheque Edit links • This page was last edited on 7 May 2022, at 17:50 (UTC).

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All 262 selections have been made, and teams are off to the races signing undrafted free agents. Just as we did on Day 1 and Day 2, we're here to break down the winners and losers of Day Three, yet another wild one in the NFL. Winner: Baltimore Ravens Baltimore got terrific value on Days 1 and 2, snapping up Kyle Hamilton at No. 14 overall, Tyler Linderbaum at No. 25, David Ojabo at No. 45, and Travis Jones at 76. The Ravens continued crushing it on Saturday as they landed monster-sized tackle Daniel Faalele at No.

110, cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis at No. 119, tight ends Charlie Kolar and Isaiah Likely at Nos. 128 and 139, and running back Tyler Badie at Draft. 196.

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The Ravens continue to know exactly what kind of team they are, and continue to crush the draft by being willing to move up or (especially) down the board, accumulating extra picks via the compensatory formula, and draft players who were highly productive and dependable in college. Winner: Sam Howell Howell did not receive a big investment in terms of draft capital, as he was not selected until the fifth round. What he did get was a nice landing spot. After being selected by Washington, Howell has a cleaner path to a potential starting job than some of the other quarterbacks selected ahead of him.

The last two teams to employ Carson Wentz have each decided they no longer wanted to do so, after draft. Plus, landing with the Commanders reunites Howell with wide receiver Dyami Brown, one of the most explosive perimeter playmakers from the North Carolina roster that helped Howell become a potential top prospect in the first place.

Loser: Bills fans The Bills selected San Diego State punter Matt Araiza, also known as "Punt God," with the No. 180 overall pick in the draft. While employing a player known as "Punt God" seems cool, it might tempt Bills coach Sean McDermott to eschew draft of the aggressive decision-making that has made the Bills such a dangerous (and fun to watch) team over the past couple years, in favor of punting the ball more often.

That's not good! Let Josh Draft and Co. win the game themselves instead of worrying about things like field position. Loser: New England Patriots New England had a weird day. Spare me the lecture about how Bill Belichick has earned the benefit of the doubt. While Arizona State cornerback Jack Jones made for a nice find in the fourth round, the Patriots also draft a fourth-rounder on quarterback Bailey Zappe, after they drafted Mac Jones last year.

Using a fourth-rounder on a developmental backup is a bit strange when you already have a young starter. They also doubled up on running back selections on Day 3 despite already employing Draft Harris, Rhamondre Stevenson, James White, and J.J. Taylor. And after using their draft pick on guard Cole Strange in the wake of the Shaq Mason trade, they added not one but two more guards in the sixth and seventh rounds.

It's just a very odd use of resources in the draft. Winner: Cowboys DC Dan Quinn The Cowboys' defense had one of draft most remarkable one-season turnarounds in recent memory, with Quinn and Micah Parsons helping turn around draft unit that had been one of the worst in the league in recent years, and Dallas eventually finished the season with the most efficient defense in the league by both DVOA and EPA per play.

Dallas could have rested on its laurels and banked on internal improvement, especially after Quinn turned down head-coaching offers to remain the defensive coordinator, but instead Jerry and Stephen Jones, along with Will McClay, gave Quinn even more flexible pieces to move draft the chess board.

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After nabbing edge rusher Sam Williams on Day 2, draft Cowboys added cornerback DaRon Bland, linebackers Damone Clark and Devin Harper, and interior lineman John Ridgeway on Day 3.

Bland has exactly the kind of size and length Quinn prioritizes on draft outside and made a ton of plays on the ball. Clark could have been a Day 1 or 2 pick if not for the back surgery that will likely cause him to miss his rookie year, while Harper tested as one of the most athletic linebackers in the class at his pro day. Ridgeway won't bring much in the pass-rush department but he is enormous and eats up blockers, which will help free Parsons and Co.

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There was an error processing your subscription. Winner: Chargers QB Justin Herbert Los Angeles did its quarterback a couple of solids in Day 3. First, the Chargers draft Texas A&M running draft Isaiah Spiller, who is a 6-foot-1 and 215-pound, early-down grinder. The ability draft hand the ball off to Spiller won't be the best use of him, though. Instead, it'll be how his presence allows the Chargers to manage the reps of Austin Ekeler, whom they can save to do what he does best: provide and outlet for Herbert on throws out of the backfield draft find his way into the end zone in low-red zone situations.

The Chargers also used a sixth-round pick on versatile offensive lineman Jamaree Salyer, who played every position on the line at Georgia. Along with first-round pick Zion Johnson, he helps give the Chargers much more depth and flexibility up front. Loser: Justyn Ross It wasn't all that long ago that Ross looked like a potential -- if not draft -- first-round draft pick. He exploded onto the scene as Trevor Lawrence's top target in 2018, catching 46 passes for 1,000 yards and nine scores as a true freshman.

He followed that up by snagging 66 balls for 865 yards and another eight touchdowns as a sophomore. However, a congenital spine fusion injury that required surgery caused Ross to miss the entire 2020 season, and when he returned in 2021, he did so with more muted contributions: 46 catches for 514 yards and two scores.

Ross said at the NFL Scouting Combine that he's been medically cleared to participate, but apparently the league was quite a bit scared off by the neck/spin injury and draft foot surgery he had in 2021, as Ross ended up going undrafted.

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Loser: Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield is still stuck with team he does not want to be on, and that does not want him on the team.

The Browns did not find a landing spot during the draft for draft former No. 1 overall pick, and the sticking point is reportedly that opposing teams want Cleveland to pick up a hefty portion of the money owed to Mayfield on his contract. But the QB-needy teams mostly addressed the situation in the draft, whether with the Steelers picking Kenny Pickett, the Panthers picking Matt Corral, the Titans picking Malik Willis, or the Draft picking the aforementioned Howell.

The only two teams realistically in the quarterback market draft the Seahawks, who are apparently uninterested in Mayfield and (for some reason) confident in Drew Lock, and the Colts, who already passed on Mayfield in favor of trading draft Matt Ryan. Things could get awkward in Cleveland unless the Browns are draft to eat a bunch of Baker's contract and/or accept pennies on the dollar in a trade.

Guess I got a roommate @ConnorHeyward1— Cam Heyward (@CamHeyward) April 30, 2022 The selection makes the Heywards the fourth pair of brothers on the Steelers roster, along with T.J. Draft and Derek Watt, Tremaine Edmunds and Trey Edmunds, and Carlos Davis and Khalil Davis. Winner: Georgia Bulldogs Georgia already won the national championship draft January, but the Bulldogs won the draft championship on Saturday, as cornerback Derion Kendrick (No. 212 to the Rams) and tight end John FitzPatrick (No.

213 to the Falcons) became the 14th and 15th Georgia players selected in this year's draft, helping the team set a new, modern-day NFL record. Georgia has now set the record for most draft picks in the seven-round format (15).

Ohio State and LSU both had 14.— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) April 30, 2022 Along with Kendrick and Fitzpatrick, Georgia saw edge rusher Travon Walker (No. 1 to the Jaguars), interior defensive draft Jordan Davis (No. 13 to the Eagles), linebacker Quay Walker (No. 22 to the Packers), interior defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt (No.

28 to the Packers), safety Lewis Cine (No. 32 to the Vikings), wide receiver George Pickens (No. 52 to the Steelers), running back James Cook (No. 63 to the Bills), linebacker Nakobe Dean (No. 83 to the Eagles), linebacker Channing Tindall (No.

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102 to the Dolphins), running back Zamir White (No. 122 to the Raiders), punter Jake Camarda (No.

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133 to the Buccaneers), guard Justin Shaffer (No. 190 to the Falcons), and guard Jamaree Salyer (No. 195 to the Chargers) all come off the board this weekend. That's one heck of a draft haul. 2022 Draft Draft jerseys now available Jerseys for your team's 2022 NFL Draft picks are now available. Show your pride with these hot Nike jerseys, which are selling quickly. See the newest 2022 NFL Draft jerseys draft. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.

Noun The published poem differs quite a bit from earlier drafts. You may want to seal the windows with plastic to stop drafts. Verb The two countries are drafting a treaty. The drama club drafted three teenagers draft be in the parade.

The legislature debated drafting more soldiers. The new rule prohibits teams from drafting players under 18. See More Recent Examples on the Web: Noun McCreary earned first-team All-America honors before turning his attention to the draft.

— Tom Green - Tgreen@al.com, al, 29 Apr. 2022 Freshman guard TyTy Washington is gone to the NBA draft. — Jon Hale, The Courier-Journal, 25 Apr. 2022 In the secondary, the Tigers lost Derek Stingley Jr.

to the NFL draft and a number of potential contributors to the portal, though Kelly and his staff rebounded to ink a pair of experienced Arkansas transfers in Greg Brooks Jr. and Joe Foucha. — Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY, 22 Apr. draft The Ducks, now led by former Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning, still feature talent that could make up a dominant defense even without losing star defensive end Kayvon Thibodaux to the draft. — Los Angeles Times, 13 Apr.

2022 The Ravens’ defensive line improved with the recent re-signing of free-agent defensive end Calais Campbell, but not to the point where Baltimore can ignore interior defenders in this month’s NFL draft.

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— Mike Preston, Baltimore Sun, 12 Apr. 2022 Naz Hillmon, Elissa Cunane and Destanni Henderson draft invited to the draft in New York. — oregonlive, 12 Apr. 2022 The Sun, who made the WNBA Finals in 2019 and have lost in the WNBA semifinals in each of the last two seasons, already had their core solidified prior to the draft. — Lila Bromberg, Hartford Courant, 11 Apr. 2022 Versatile three-time All-Pac-12 lineman Nick Ford, who started at least one game in his career at all five offensive line positions, is gone to the NFL draft after spending most of last season at center.

— Josh Newman, The Salt Lake Tribune, 6 Apr. 2022 Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective Here's our look at the best players still available, along with their ranking draft our pre- draft big board in parentheses: 1.

— Michael Middlehurst-schwartz, USA TODAY, 29 Apr. 2022 In non- draft news, the Chargers will play at Kansas City on Sept. 15, the Thursday night of Week 2, the NFL announced. — Jeff Miller, Los Angeles Times, 28 Apr. 2022 Much of the pre- draft discussion on Thursday centered around the hand size of Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett, a potential first-round pick.

— draft, 3 Mar. 2022 Prospects can be evaluated in person at their school’s pro day workouts, and pre- draft prospect interviews can be conducted in-person or virtually. — Gary Draft Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 28 Feb. 2022 Most pre- draft projections have the 6-foot-1, 193-pound Tolbert going somewhere in the second or third round. — Creg Stephenson - Cstephenson@al.com, al, 10 Mar. 2022 The coming draft draft workouts and interviews may bolster a team’s belief in a quarterback, causing some draftniks to revisit their own grades.

— Tom Krasovic, San Diego Union-Tribune, 28 Feb. 2022 Pacheco made sure to point out the Jobe's pre- draft 3,000 rpm spin rate on his slider wasn't a miscalculation. — Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press, 28 Feb. 2022 In 2007, current Cincinnati Draft head coach Zac Taylor was in the middle of a pre- draft interview with the Houston Texans. — Charlie Goldsmith, The Enquirer, 14 Jan.

2022 Recent Examples on the Draft Verb The Spurs did not draft him expecting huge contributions in his first season. — Jeff Mcdonald, San Antonio Express-News, 9 Apr. 2022 In February, Holmes told reporters that the group didn’t draft the bill but two members of the group had helped him with it.

— al, 12 Jan. 2022 Or perhaps Bart, whom Zaidi did not draft, isn’t in the cards. — Nick Lozito, San Francisco Chronicle, 29 Nov.

2021 Buffalo, which won the AFC East last season and lost in the conference title game, didn't draft a quarterback or sign one during free agency so that does bode well for Draft. — Erick Taylor, Arkansas Online, 20 June 2021 This could linger as the biggest question on defense heading into preseason after the Bears cut Kyle Fuller in a salary-cap move, did not draft one until the sixth round (Thomas Graham Jr.) and didn’t make a splash in free agency to get a draft.

— Brad Biggs, chicagotribune.com, 22 May 2021 Any frustration and bewilderment on the part of Rodgers was completely understandable — not because teams don’t draft rookies with veterans in place. — Mike Jones, USA TODAY, 7 May 2021 Draft Rams addressed needs at many positions but did not draft an offensive lineman. — Los Angeles Times, 1 Draft 2021 As a Senate draft, Freedhoff chastised the Trump EPA for dragging its feet on regulating PFAS and helped draft legislation that would force the agency to take action.

— Lydia Depillis, ProPublica, 31 Mar. 2022 See More These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'draft.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback. • Browse the Dictionary: • a • b • c • d • e • f • g • h • i • j • k • l • m • n • o • p • q • r • s • t • u • v • w • x • y • z • 0-9 • Home • Help • About Us • Shop • Advertising Info • Dictionary API • Contact Us • Join MWU • Videos • Word of the Year • Vocabulary Resources • Law Dictionary draft Medical Dictionary • Privacy Policy • Terms of Use • Browse the Thesaurus • Browse the Medical Dictionary • Browse the Legal Dictionary © 2022 Merriam-Webster, Incorporated
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All other NFL-related trademarks are trademarks of the National Football League. NFL footage © NFL Productions LLC. Legal • Privacy Policy • Terms of Service Big left arrow icon Big right arrow icon Close icon Copy Url Three dots icon Down arrow icon Email icon Email icon Exit Fullscreen icon External link icon Facebook logo Football icon Facebook logo Instagram logo Snapchat logo Draft logo TikTok logo Spotify logo LinkedIn logo Grid icon Key icon Left arrow icon Link icon Location icon Draft icon Menu icon Open icon Phone icon Play icon Radio icon Rewind icon Right arrow icon Search icon Select icon Selected icon TV icon Twitter logo Twitter logo Up arrow icon User icon Audio icon Add to calendar icon NFC icon AFC draft NFL icon Carousel Icon List View Website Instagram Twitter Facebook Snapchat Shop Icon Profile Overlay Avatar Add Airplay Arrow Left Arrow Right Arrow Up Arrow Down Audio Back 5s Back 10s Back 30s Calendar Chart Check Down Left Right Draft Chromecast Off Chromecast On Close Closed Captions Bench Off Bench On Broad Off Broad On Vertical Off Vertical On Comment Dock Done Download Draft Fantasy Filter Forward 5s Forward 10s Forward 30s Full Screen Off Full Screen Draft Gamepass Games Draft Key Leave Live Combine Draft Fantasy Menu Games Menu Network Menu News Menu Playoffs Menu Pro Bowl Menu Shop Menu Standings Menu Stats Menu Super Bowl Menu Teams Menu Tickets Menu More Horizontal More Draft My Location Network News Pause play Multiple Players Single Player Playlist Playoffs Pro Bowl Purge Refresh Remove Search Settings Share Android Share Copy URL Share Email Share Facebook Share Instagram Share iOS Share Snapchat Share Twitter Skip Next Skip Previous Standings Star Stats Swap Teams Tickets Video Visibility Off Visibility On Volume Hi Volume Low Volume Medium Volume Mute Warning Website Caret down Caret up At News Play Audio Gallery Promo Chevron right
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But conventional wisdom didn't apply this time around. After Kenny Pickett's selection at No. 20 overall, 53 picks elapsed before the next quarterback came off the board midway through the third round. At the moment, it doesn't look like this group will produce many (any?) Day 1 starters, with all but one landing in the "developmental" range of the draft.

That said, we're still months away from kickoff, and no one predicted previous mid-round picks Dak Prescott (a fourth-rounder in 2016) and Russell Wilson (a third-rounder in 2012) leading their respective teams to the playoffs in Year 1. So it's shortsighted to completely discount what a rookie quarterback could accomplish if given the chance in the right environment.

2022 OUTLOOK: As the 20th overall pick, Pickett will enter training camp as a viable contender in the QB battle against Mitchell Draft and Mason Rudolph. The rookie will need to earn the respect and trust of his new teammates by performing steadily in practice, while convincing his coaches he's ready via solid play in preseason games. Draft the competition is close between the rookie and the veterans, the Steelers will likely hand Pickett the keys to the franchise, officially kicking off a new era in Pittsburgh.

LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: In draft wake of Ben Roethlisberger's retirement, the Steelers needed a modern quarterback with athleticism and arm talent to incorporate some of the college concepts that have taken the NFL by storm. That's why they initially signed Trubisky in free agency and then drafted Pickett. With offensive coordinator Matt Canada intent on adding some of draft favorite wrinkles from his days as a college play-caller (pre-snap motions and shifts, RPOs, jet sweeps), the Pitt product should flourish in a system that is far more imaginative than we've seen in Pittsburgh in years.

2022 OUTLOOK: Despite the push to create a quarterback competition in Atlanta, Ridder will have a hard time wrestling the job away from Marcus Mariota prior to the regular-season opener. The Cincy standout will likely spend most of the 2022 season mastering the system draft the scenes, honing his skills on the practice field.

That said, if Mariota plays poorly over the first half of the season with the Falcons falling out of the playoff picture, Ridder could log a few starts down the stretch to potentially prepare himself for a full-time starting role in 2023.

LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: Ridder is in a perfect situation as a developmental quarterback prospect. The rookie is not only backing up a veteran quarterback with a similar game, but he is playing for a head coach who understands how to build game plans around an athletic signal-caller. Given a chance to play in a scheme that accentuates the strongest parts of his game (game-management skills and athleticism), Ridder could develop into a solid starter in Atlanta in a few years.

2022 OUTLOOK: The Liberty standout was viewed as an ultra-talented developmental prospect with the tools to shine as a dual-threat playmaker in today's NFL. As a third-round selection, Willis begin as the backup to a former Pro Bowler who has led the franchise to three straight playoff berths while accumulating a 30-13 record as Tennessee's starter.

Although the critics are coming after Ryan Tannehill following his playoff meltdown, the veteran is draft established as the starter, with Willis likely in line for a draft season. LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: Tennessee has experience bringing along a young quarterback slowly, given Steve McNair's fine tenure with the franchise.

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The late, great Titans icon spent most of his first two seasons on the bench, before fully taking the reins as the team's QB1, eventually earning league MVP honors and guiding the team to its only Super Bowl appearance. The Titans should follow a similar blueprint to maximize their new QB's potential at the position. While I am not ready to proclaim Willis the next McNair, the rookie is a dazzling athlete with draft arm talent and improvisational skills to excel in an offense built around his unique abilities.

Given a few years to draft his craft on the practice field, Willis could be the Titans' QB1 for a long time if he realizes his full potential. 2022 OUTLOOK: The Panthers' trade up into Round 3 to grab Corral should not change the team's plans to allow Sam Darnold to make another run as the starter with a better supporting cast around him.

The rookie will need to knock off P.J. Walker to earn the QB2 assignment before he can compete with Draft for the top job.

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The Ole Miss product could get draft shot in 2022 if the Panthers underperform and/or the incumbent QB falters again as a starter. LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: Carolina's willingness to move up for Corral suggests that the team has plans for the young passer to eventually compete for the starting job.

Matt Rhule and Co. certainly recognize the talent and they want to give the rookie every opportunity to develop into a franchise player if he draft handle his business on and off the field.

Corral's quick hands, draft arm talent and crafty athleticism could add a dimension to a Panthers offense that needs more sizzle at quarterback. It might take time for the 23-year-old to grow into the role, but he certainly possesses the raw talent to start in this league at some point. 2022 OUTLOOK: The Patriots surprised everyone when they selected a young passer early on Day 3, one year after picking up their franchise quarterback. Although Mac Jones is firmly entrenched as New England's starter, Zappe's arrival gives the Pats another young passer to groom for a key role.

If the Western Kentucky standout wins the QB2 job with a strong training camp showing, New England will have a pair of young field generals on team-friendly deals. LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: The Patriots needed to find a long-term backup, with Brian Hoyer turning 37 in October. The Western Kentucky standout is an experienced QB with a ton draft reps under his belt as the director of a pass-happy offense that broke records at the FBS level.

Zappe could blossom in the Patriots' system as a dink-and-dunk passer with a quick release and high football IQ. He could man the Draft spot behind Jones for a few years or become the next trade draft (SEE: Jacoby Brissett and Jimmy Garoppolo) for the team to parlay into a valuable pick.

If Zappe impresses as a gunslinger, he could become a valuable piece of Bill Belichick's team-building puzzle. 2022 OUTLOOK: After shockingly sliding all the way to Round 5, Howell must overcome long odds to become a draft starter.

Washington has a pair of veterans with starting experience in Carson Wentz and Taylor Heinicke, and Howell must close the gap on the backup (Heinicke) before he can knock off the starter (Wentz). Given the experience draft the quarterback room, it will be quite hard for the rookie to jump to the front of the line in Year 1.

LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS: It is rare for a Day 3 pick to be viewed as an eventual starter, but Howell's skills and intangibles give him a chance to make a run at the QB1 job down the road. The 21-year-old must earn the trust of his coaches and teammates in July and August.

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If Howell flashes winning traits in limited action, he will eventually get a chance to compete for the job -- especially if Wentz backslides again this season. © 2022 NFL Enterprises LLC. NFL and the NFL shield design are registered trademarks of draft National Football League.The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams indicated.

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Phillip • Find coverage and results from recent drafts • 2021 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2020 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2019 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2018 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2017 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2016 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2015 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2014 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2013 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2012 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2011 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2010 - Picks - Player Rankings • 2009 - Picks - Player Rankings Baker Mayfield still in limbo with Cleveland Browns: How did he get here, and what's next?

With no draft partners on the horizon and Cleveland so far unwilling to negotiate a release, per sources, Mayfield continues to have a murky future. A future that, just a year ago, seemed destined to be in Cleveland -- before rapidly falling apart.

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