How to win the 2016 NFL Draft

Matt Spicer’s tenure as a college football analyst was a tumultuous one.

After an NFL-record 18-game winning streak in 2012, Spicer left the program, leaving a team with a history of disappointing results in the divisional round.

He also left the NFL as the longest tenured NFL analyst since ESPN bought the rights to the game for $1 billion in 2021.

But as he sits down for an interview for the upcoming issue of The Sport Blog, the 49ers quarterback has one last chance to win back his job.

In a preview for the September issue, Spicers Sports and Entertainment company is unveiling the 2017 NFL Draft class.

Spicer and his fellow analysts, including NFL Media’s Jason La Canfora, ESPN’s Adam Schefter and ESPN’s Mike Mayock, will also interview players in their first seasons in the league.

The new edition of the draft is set to take place on January 26 at the New York Jets’ facilities.

Here’s a look at the 2017 draft class: Quarterbacks, Offensive Line, Linebackers, Offensive Tackle, Running Back, Wide Receivers, Offensive Linemen, Wide Receiver, Tight End, Runningback, Safety, Cornerback, Kickers, Cornerbacks, Safety/Specialists, Offensive Backs, Defensive Backs