The First Round is in the books. How did your team do? There were some shock and awe moments. Did Draft Day live up to the hype and your expectations?

I am going to go through each pick and break them down. This will be a three-part series. Although we will not know how good the draft turned out for a couple years, I will also assign each pick a draft grade.

  1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M

This was the obvious pick. Glad to see Cleveland did not screw it up.

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I wrote this up today and I am working on Picks 11-20 now. Make sure to check out the entire article by clicking here.

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Author: Rob Schwarz

Rob has been playing fantasy football for 14 years. He has been playing daily fantasy on both FanDuel and DraftKings for the last three years. He has written articles for multiple websites, including daily fantasy articles that have been featured on FantasyPros. Rob plays daily fantasy all year and focuses on NFL, MLB and NBA. He focuses on cash games and believes in slow and steady production over dumping all of his bankroll into GPP tournaments in hopes to win big. This philosophy could stem from being a Bears fan where mediocrity is actually success. Although he works in the corporate world, Rob is a writer at heart. He thinks he is funnier than he actually is, and probably not as good looking either! He looks forward to helping everyone win big while he sits at home doing research and eating Ramen.