#9-wisconsin-logo#9 Wisconsin54
#7-michigan-logo#7 Michigan77
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#19-duke-logo#19 Duke67
#20-virginia-tech-logo#20 Virginia Tech74
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#6-kansas-logo#6 Kansas70
oklahoma-state-logoOklahoma State75
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arkansas-logoArkansas76
lsu-logoLSU92
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#15-texas-tech-logo#15 Texas Tech79
#4-texas-logo#4 Texas77
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#21-ohio-state-logo#21 Ohio State87
#14-illinois-logo#14 Illinois81
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#7-michigan-logo#7 Michigan57
#23-minnesota-logo#23 Minnesota75
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#2-baylor-logo#2 Baylor68
#15-texas-tech-logo#15 Texas Tech60
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#18-virginia-logo#18 Virginia85
#12-clemson-logo#12 Clemson50
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64 Man NFL Draft Prospect Bracket

Hello football fans! With my Bracketology and Conference Tourney Previews to work on, and then of course, my actual tournament bracket, I haven’t had enough time to do a full prospect breakdown recently, but with as much college football as I’ve watched, I felt like I should do something Draft-related this week, so here is what I came up with – a 64 man NFL Draft Prospect Bracket, completely March Madness style.

I did not do the seedings. Obviously, if I did the entire bracket would be straight up chalk, so I pulled the top 64 prospects from drafttek.com (it was the first thing when I googled a draft board without position weights). I then took each seed line (#1-4 for the one seeds, 5-8 for the two seeds, etc..) and put each player in the region closest to their school, the top-ranked prospect on each seed line would get the first pick of the region, and so on. Then, I took whichever player I thought was better and advanced them.

South Region

nfldraft bracket 1

East Region

nfldraft bracket 2

Midwest Region

nfldraft bracket 3

West Region

nfldraft bracket 4

Final Four

nfldraft bracket 5

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