The beginning of the NFL draft can sometimes act as a formality; with there being little surprise as to who gets picked at the top of the first round. The San Francisco 49ers’ trade into the top three certainly indicates that three quarterbacks will go off the board with the first three picks, and there’s a really good chance a fourth quarterback gets taken with the fourth-pick as well, which would be the first time ever that four quarterbacks are the first four picks.

Assuming the Cincinnati Bengals don’t trade back, they’re in the driver’s seat to take the first non-quarterback in the draft with the fifth-overall pick. Conventional wisdom says that player would be Oregon tackle Penei Sewell, but according to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, the Philadelphia Eagles traded back from the sixth-overall pick with the apparent belief that the Bengals will end up taking LSU wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase.