Todd McShay and Daniel Jeremiah hit on nine of 32 first-round picks in their final NFL mock drafts, the best among the four most prominent draft analysts.
Both McShay and Jeremiah nailed the first three picks — Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa and Quinnen Williams — as did Mel Kiper Jr. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller, meanwhile, hit on Murray and Bosa but projected the New York Jets would select Ed Oliver instead of Williams.
Draft analyst comparison by draft slot only (for example, McShay mocked Devin Bush to the Denver Broncos at No. 10, and while the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Bush at No. 10, McShay still gets credit for hitting on Bush at No. 10):
McShay: 9 correct picks
Draft slot and team (e.g. Murray and the Cardinals at No. 1):
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Team (e.g. credit for Daniel Jones to the Giants at No. 17):
First-rounders (number of their picks who went in the first round regardless of draft position):
Worst whiff (highest mocked player who wasn't selected in the first round):
McShay: 9 (Jawaan Taylor)
Jeremiah: 12 (Taylor)
Kiper: 12 (Taylor)
Miller: 16 (Taylor)
Full mock drafts for each analyst: