By Cameron DaSilva -- Fox Sports
Part of what makes the NFL Draft so fascinating is the unpredictability of it all. It’s truly one of the most difficult events to forecast because of the fact that no one truly knows what a team will do when it goes on the clock.
And that’s without even mentioning the added layer of trades, which are nearly impossible to see coming.
One second the Titans hold the first pick and appear poised to nab Laremy Tunsil, and the next the Rams are on the clock after a trade to land Jared Goff. As exciting as that trade was last year, we probably won’t see a similar one when the 2017 draft gets started April 27. In fact, we likely won’t see many trades at all, which is disappointing.
There’s a very simple reason for that: depth
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