McGinn's 2017 NFL draft rankings and analysis
Journal Sentinel Packers beat reporter and columnist Bob McGinn interviews more than two dozen scouts and personnel executives to assess hundreds of prospects in the NFL draft.
This season's position-by-position draft series is his 33rd. He started the series at the Green Bay Press-Gazette in 1985 and continued it when he moved to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 1991.
Following is the 2017 series:
Analysis: Teams weigh risk with Oklahoma's Joe Mixon
Rankings: Top running backs, fullbacks
Analysis: Scouts unsure about UW's Ryan Ramczyk
Rankings: Top offensive linemen
WIDE RECEIVERS / TIGHT ENDS
Analysis: Tight end position deep with talent
Rankings: Top wide receivers, tight ends
Analysis: Deshone Kizer another Notre Dame QB bust?
Rankings: Top quarterbacks
Analysis: Character crapshoot with talented McDowell, Williams
Rankings: Top defensive linemen
Related: Scouts rank Garrett best player regardless of position
Analysis: Temple's Haason Reddick goes from unknown to first round
Rankings: Top linebackers
Analysis: Cornerbacks tall, safeties really good in this draft
Rankings: Top cornerbacks, safeties
SPECIALISTS, KICK RETURNERS
Analysis: Tall task for Georgia Tech kicker
Rankings: Top kickers, punters, long snappers, kick returners
TOP 100: McGinn's top 100 players in the draft
On the Packers
McGinn: CB Kevin King could meet Packers' biggest need
Mock draft: McGinn's first-round projections
Draft picks: Packers go in with eight selections
Scout: Packers' needs position-by-position
Follow all of our coverage of the NFL draft April 27-29, including live updates and analysis, at packersnews.com and jsonline.com/packers. Follow Green Bay's picks in our Packers draft tracker and all of the selections over the three days in our NFL draft tracker.