Airs Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET Leading Up to the 2017 NFL Draft
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks, Curtis Conway, Charley Casserly & Cynthia Frelund Join Host Rhett Lewis
One-Hour Show Breaks Down Top Prospects & Delves Into Team Needs for All 32 NFL Teams
With the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, the journey to Philadelphia and the 2017 NFL Draft continues with the return of Path to the Draft on NFL Network.
Starting Monday, March 13 and airing Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, Path to the Draft provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, in-studio appearances and live interviews, reports from Pro Days around the country and more leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia (April 27-29). Path to the Draft re-airs nightly at 8:00 PM, 10:00 PM and 12 Midnight ET.
NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks), Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks), Curtis Conway (@CurtisConway80) and Charley Casserly (@CharleyCasserly), and NFL Media analytics expert Cynthia Frelund (@cfrelund) join host Rhett Lewis (@RhettNFL) to delve into all 32 NFL teams' needs, break down which players can help each team and discuss where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.
Additionally, NFL Network's draft expert Mike Mayock (@MikeMayock) travels to top Pro Days to provide on-location analysis and interviews, and NFL Fantasy expert Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) analyzes the fantasy impact the top prospects will have in their rookie season.
The one-hour Path to the Draft is bookended by Up to the Minute at 5:00 PM ET and NFL Total Access at 7:00 PM ET for a three-hour live block of programming on NFL Network Monday-Friday providing the latest news and analysis from around the National Football League.
NFL.com's College Football 24/7 (NFL.com/cfb, @NFL_CFB) offers comprehensive draft coverage, featuring the latest mock drafts, positional rankings and Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 prospect list, as well as news stories surrounding the top prospects.
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