ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Anyone who thinks the draft pundits and even some team general managers have no clue what will happen in Thursday's opening round of the draft should talk to the guys likely to get selected early.
You won't get much clarity. You will get the same shrugs, the same "it's not in my control" replies.
And you can get some perspective, too.
"It's not where or when you get drafted," said Wyoming's Josh Allen, one of four quarterbacks expected to be chosen in the top half-dozen or so spots. "It's what you do after it. I can see myself in seven different uniforms; I had seven visits."