Teams keep secret their NFL draft boards, but The Post shares its report card.
So, which teams handled the unique scouting and technological challenges caused by coronavirus stay-at-home restrictions better than the rest? Here are first-look grades for all 32 teams, with a curve instituted for the first-, second- and third-round picks and an emphasis on quality over quantity.
1) Dallas Cowboys
Key Picks: CeeDee Lamb (WR, Oklahoma), Trevon Diggs (CB, Alabama), Neville Gallimore (DT, Oklahoma), CB Reggie Robinson (CB, Tulsa), Tyler Biadasz (C, Wisconsin)
Analysis: Cowboys apparently trust their Southwest area scout. Lamb was the steal of the first round and the Diggs-Robinson combination softens the blow of losing free agent Byron Jones.
2) Baltimore Ravens
Key Picks: Patrick Queen (LB, LSU), J.K. Dobbins (RB, Ohio State), Justin Madubuike (DT, Texas A&M), WR Devin Duvernay (WR, Texas), Malik Harrison (LB, Ohio State)
Analysis: Run the ball, stop the run. Just keep solidifying a timeless winning identity. Queen is the prototypical Raven, but sleeper Duvernay had 106 catches last season.
3) Cincinnati Bengals
Key Picks: Joe Burrow (QB, LSU), Tee Higgins (WR, Clemson), Logan Wilson (ILB, Wyoming), Akeem Davis-Gaither (OLB, Appalachian State)
Analysis: Each of those players was the first pick in a round. It’s difficult to screw up a draft that way. Native son Burrow brings badly needed franchise-changing swagger.
4) Denver Broncos
Key Picks: Jerry Jeudy (WR, Alabama), K.J. Hamler (WR, Penn State), Michael Ojemudia (CB, Iowa), Lloyd Cushenberry (C, LSU)
Analysis: Best collection of offensive skill talent in the NFL? Adding this class to Melvin Gordon, Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant and Phillip Lindsay makes a strong case. Drew Lock is a lucky quarterback.
5) Minnesota Vikings
Key Picks: Justin Jefferson (WR, LSU), Jeff Gladney (CB, TCU), Ezra Cleveland (OT, Boise State), Cameron Dantzler (CB, Mississippi State)
Analysis: Seven-round draft record of 17 total picks after two trades. No way Jefferson should’ve slipped to No. 22. Gladney was a first-rounder and Cleveland had first-round potential.
6) Arizona Cardinals
Key Picks: Isaiah Simmons (LB, Clemson), Josh Jones (OT, Houston), Leki Fotu (DT, Utah)
Analysis: Top-five talent (Simmons) fell to them at No. 8 and Jones — who some mocked as a first-rounder— was a third-round steal. No wonder coach Kliff Kingsbury always looked so relaxed at home.
7) Cleveland Browns
Key Picks: Jedrick Wills (OT, Alabama), Grant Delpit (S, LSU), Jordan Elliott (DT, Missouri)
Analysis: Wills and top free agent Jack Conklin as offensive line bookends will improve Baker Mayfield. Second-rounder Delpit was a top-10 talent and is a steal if he cuts down missed tackles.
8) Indianapolis Colts
Key Picks: Michael Pittman (WR, USC), RB Jonathan Taylor (RB, Wisconsin), Julian Blackmon (S, Utah), Jacob Eason (QB, Washington)
Analysis: Traded their first-rounder for DeForest Buckner then added the catch-everything Pittman and workhorse Taylor. Will big-armed Eason stay focused enough to be the quarterback of the future?
9) Jacksonville Jaguars
Key Picks: C.J. Henderson (CB, Florida), K’Lavon Chaisson (OLB, LSU), Laviska Shenault (WR, Colorado), Ben Bartch (OT, St. John’s-Minn.)
Analysis: Tear-down-and-rebuild of an elite defense starts with the two first-rounders. Shenault is a creative play-caller’s dream and Bartch is a high-ceiling developmental project.
10) Tennessee Titans
Key Picks: Isaiah Wilson (OT, Georgia), Kristian Fulton (CB, LSU) Darrynton Evans (RB, Appalachian State)
Analysis: They married need and value every time. Evans and Derrick Henry are the NFL’s new thunder-and-lightning tandem. Wilson and Fulton replace free agents Jack Conklin and Logan Ryan.
11) Carolina Panthers
Key Picks: Derrick Brown (DT, Auburn), Yetur Gross-Matos (DE, Penn State), Jeremy Chinn (S, Southern Illinois), Troy Pride (CB, Notre Dame)
Analysis: After picking Brown over the versatile Isaiah Simmons, the Panthers doubled back with Simmons Light (Chinn). And Gross-Matos was the draft’s second-best defensive end.
12) Detroit Lions
Key Picks: CB Jeff Okudah (CB, Ohio State), RB D’Andre Swift (RB, Georgia), Julian Okwara (OLB, Notre Dame)
Analysis: Okudah profiles as a future All-Pro and Swift was the No. 1 running back on several boards. Teaming Okwara with older brother Romeo is smart for growth.
13) Miami Dolphins
Key Picks: Tua Tagovailoa (QB, Alabama), Austin Jackson (OT, USC), Noah Igbinoghene (CB, Auburn), Raekwon Davis (DL, Alabama)
Analysis: Hoping for higher marks with three first-rounders, but their first five picks all are somewhat boom-or-bust. Trading for veteran running back Matt Brieda was smart.
14) New York Jets
Key Picks: Mekhi Becton (OT, Louisville), Denzel Mims (WR, Baylor), Ashtyn Davis (CB/S, California), QB James Morgan (QB, FIU)
Analysis: Becton over surer thing Tristan Wirfs in an unexpected choice of tackles was a swing for the fences. Trading down and still landing Mims was shrewd. GM Joe Douglas had a sneaky strong Day 3.
15) Los Angeles Chargers
Key Picks: Justin Herbert (QB, Oregon), Kenneth Murray (ILB, Oklahoma), Joshua Kelley (RB, UCLA)
Analysis: Herbert is the new face of a franchise trying to build a fan base. The Chargers gave up their second- and third-rounders to move up for Murray at No. 23. Worth it.
16) New York Giants
Key Picks: Andrew Thomas (OT, Georgia), S Xavier McKinney (S, Alabama), Matt Peart (OT, Connecticut), Darnay Holmes (CB, UCLA)
Analysis: Started out on fire with their No. 1 offensive tackle — a recurring theme — and a major second-round steal in immediate starter McKinney, but the Giants endured a 63-pick wait then didn’t address holes at pass rusher or center soon enough.