NFL draft pick quality for your team

Posted to Infographics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Despite what commentators and sports analysts might have you think, picking great players in a sports draft is full of uncertainty. A player might be great in college, but the skills might not transfer to the professional level. Someone might be decent in college but end up great later.

The Washington Post delves into the uncertainties throughout the history of the NFL (the United States’ professional football league). Select your team and see how they have fared over the years.

Thumbs up for the handwriting aesthetic used with the annotations.

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