The road to the NFL draft is very intriguing. There is a combine where all the players show off their skills to scouts in a series of events. After that, there’s a pro day where players going into the draft get evaluated again but by college. Finally, the big day. The day the players have been training their whole lives. Here is one way that makes the NFL draft special. “To me, what I love about the draft is; first, you see the young men who are realizing their dreams that they've worked so hard for. That's a pretty cool thing. You saw the emotion from some of these guys the other day. And then, the second thing is this total sense of hope and optimism. And, I think that's great for everybody”.
-Roger Goodell, NFL commissioner.
Nfl teams are responsible for who they pick. They have so much information on the players that they should almost never have a bust, but they do. The staff is the one who hands the draft card to the commissioner, and the coaches have so much information on the player. But sometimes it’s not the team’s fault. The information they have could turn out to be true for college, but for the pro’s, the players skills aren’t effective. Or the player just had a great college career but aren’t good enough for the NFL. So it’s not always the team’s fault, but it’s also not always the player’s fault. Almost every year there is a bust.