Patriots.com has collected what the top 'experts' are predicting the Patriots will do in the first round come draft weekend. We will be updating this feature regularly to reflect changes in any of the mocks represented.
With the Combine in the rear view mirror it's time to start evaluating the college talent. Which player is most worthy of the No. 1 selection? Let us know by voting in this week's Samsonite Make Your Case poll.
With 335 players to meet and virtually all of the decision-makers in the NFL to talk to there was quite a bit to take away from Indy. Here are 10 takeaways from the recently completed Combine that made our list.
The upcoming free agent period and NFL Draft are the focus of fans' questions in this week's PFW mailbag.
The Patriots have taken a safety relatively early in the last two drafts, but on some level it remains a position of need for New England.
He may not have the credentials of the top corners but NW Missouri State cornerback Brandon Dixon thinks he's the best in the draft.
With the evolving passing attacks of the NFL, Florida State LB Telvin Smith thinks his coverage abilities will fit any defense.
From a potential top overall pick to some of the better all-around athletes in the draft, the linebacker position is well stocked in 2014.
The Patriots run defense struggled without Vince Wilfork a year ago and there are plenty of options at defensive tackle to shore up the depth.
Defensive ends were on display at the Combine on Saturday, and there were plenty of other items to keep us busy as well.
Giants GM Jerry Reese believes Justin Tuck and Hakeem Nicks will likely hit free agency,
Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro has been a popular pairing with the Patriots in early mock drafts and could fit the team's needs in reality as well.