We are now just days away from the 2021 NFL Draft. Unlike years past, no one is quite sure how this one will play out. We know Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence will be taking his talents to Duval County, and it seems likely that the Jets will draft BYU's Zach Wilson. After that, it's anybody's guess. The 49ers will select a QB, but no one, including possibly the 49ers brass themselves, seems to know at this point which name will be called at No. 3. Mac Jones has been linked to the Niners throughout, but recent reports have them targeting Trey Lance. Ohio State QB Justin Fields is on their radar as well. No matter who the Niners choose, their selection will greatly impact how the rest of the first round shakes out.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. No matter where a team picks in Round 1, there will an abundance of talent readily available. Outside of pick No. 26, every first-round draft slot has produced at least one Pro Bowler over the last decade. So with that in mind, how many of the last players from every first-round draft slot (1 to 32) to make the Pro Bowl can you name in five minutes?