This is a fun resource that I've printed out and referred to during the draft in previous years, so I thought I'd share it with the Clan in case you weren't aware of it.

Quoting from their site: "The value board below is based on considerable feedback from NFL teams and projects the league value of players, pinpointing a specific area where players likely will be drafted. It is important to note that these values do not reflect where PFW thinks the players should be drafted or what type of pros they will become; that is better reflected by PFW's grades. Each round is divided into three parts: A (early), B (middle) and C (late). Thus, 2B signifies the middle of the second round. Players might be drafted higher or lower based on team needs and fits within certain schemes. The value board might not list the exact number of players in a round as there are actual selections. In some cases, more players are listed than will be drafted, especially in the later rounds, because of the very minor difference between late-round draft picks and priority free agents."

I don't always agree with their slottings for players, but it's definitely an interesting way of setting up a draft board that kind of breaks away from the board traditional ranking. And if they're basing it on feedback they're getting from around the league, it could be worth keeping an eye on.

Either way, check it out or not, your choice.

ProFootballWeekly.com - PFW's exclusive draft value board