It may not seem like it but April and the NFL Draft comes fast, especially for the NFL-hopefuls who are looking to be picked through seven rounds of action. But in the first round, there is little chance for movement at this point in time. Most teams have decided what players they think will be among the best and good enough for a chance to be taken on the first night of the draft. Injuries may push some players down and combine and pro day performances could push others up, but for the most part players are staying put in the general consensus.
Thus far the general consensus has put Lamar Jackson on the outside of the top quarterback conversation.