It's Monday, and that means we have a roundup of 2016 NFL Draft notes, mock drafts, and general football links for you. Each week, we'll summarize some of the things worth knowing as draft news continues to stream in.
Last week at Buffalo Rumblings
Here's the last Mock Draft Monday, for those of you who missed it.
The Bills have been making their way around the Pro Day circuit. Last week we saw a large Bills contingent visiting Penn State and Christian Hackenberg.
Meanwhile, Doug Whaley and Kelvin Fisher were taking a trip through the California coast, stopping at Stanford, where Kevin Hogan was making throws.
They also visited Cal a day later to watch Jared Goff, who really impressed Whaley. Whaley says that if Goff somehow fell to Buffalo's pick, he would be the top player on their board without question.
We began breaking down this year's draft class in detail by looking at the top tier of players that will be available in April.
Mock of the week
Check out our Fanpost section this week, which saw at least four different mock draft articles posted in the last few days. Nice job by the Rumblings community to open some discussions!
Around the web
Earlier in the offseason we saw an article of Connor Cook's top five throws from last season. This week, we have throws from Cardale Jones.
Matt Harmon revealed that his Reception Perception metric tracking has uncovered a sleeper wide receiver: Georgia's Malcolm Mitchell.
Dan Kadar's latest mock draft has the Bills taking Sheldon Rankins.
SI.com published a piece by Robert Klemko about some of the perceived character concerns in this year's draft and how legitimate they may be.