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List of NFL Draft broadcasters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of broadcasters of the National Football League Draft.

2020s

Year Networks Hosts Analysts Draft guru Reporters at the draft Studio hosts Studio analysts Team reporters
2021 ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC (Day 3) Mike Greenberg (first two days)
Rece Davis (Day 3)[1][2][3]
Louis Riddick
Booger McFarland (Days 1 & 2)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Day 3)[1][2][3]
Mel Kiper Jr.[1][2][3] Suzy Kolber[1][2][3] Jeff Darlington (Green Bay, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Miami & Tampa Bay), Dan Graziano (Cincinnati, Detroit, L.A. Chargers, N.Y. Giants & San Francisco), Kimberley A. Martin (Buffalo, Carolina, Cleveland, Minnesota & Washington), Sal Paolantonio (Baltimore, Indianapolis, N.Y. Jets, Philadelphia & Pittsburgh), Mike Reiss (New England), Dianna Russini (Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas, New Orleans & Tennessee) and Ed Werder (Arizona, Dallas, Denver, Houston & Seattle)
ABC (first two days) Rece Davis and Maria Taylor[1][2][3] Desmond Howard, Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack, and Jesse Palmer[1][2][3] Todd McShay[1][2][3] Maria Taylor[1][2][3]
NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Chris Rose (2nd set) (Day 2)
Charles Davis (1st set)
David Shaw (1st set) (Day 1)
Joel Klatt (2nd set on Day 1 and 1st set on Day 2)
Kurt Warner (2nd set) (Day 1)
Peter Schrager (2nd set on Day 2 and 1st set on Day 3)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set)
Daniel Jeremiah Melissa Stark Rhett Lewis, Chris Rose and Mike Garafolo Steve Mariucci, Joe Thomas, Steve Smith Sr., Shaun O'Hara, Michael Robinson, Scott Pioli, Maurice Jones-Drew, LaDainian Tomlinson, Cynthia Frelund and Charley Casserly Judy Battista (Jacksonville), Stacey Dales (Philadelphia), Mike Giardi (New England), Kim Jones (N.Y. Jets), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Pittsburgh), James Palmer (Jacksonville), Omar Ruiz (Miami), Michael Silver (Denver), Jane Slater (Dallas), Steve Wyche (Atlanta) and Mike Yam (San Francisco)
2020 ESPN, NFL Network, and ABC (Day 3) Trey Wingo[4] Louis Riddick, Booger McFarland, Daniel Jeremiah, Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin, Chris Mortensen, and Adam Schefter[4] Mel Kiper Jr.[4] Suzy Kolber[4] Josina Anderson (Cleveland, Minnesota, San Francisco, & Washington), Jeff Darlington (Jacksonville, Kansas City, Miami[5] & Tampa Bay), Dan Graziano (Carolina, Detroit, Green Bay, Las Vegas, & L.A. Chargers), Sal Paolantonio (Baltimore, N.Y Giants, N.Y. Jets, & Philadelphia), Mike Reiss (New England), Dianna Russini (Atlanta, Cincinnati, New Orleans, & Tennessee) and Ed Werder (Arizona, Dallas, Denver, & Seattle)
ABC (first two days) Rece Davis, Maria Taylor, and Jesse Palmer[4] Desmond Howard, Kirk Herbstreit, and David Pollack[4] Tom Rinaldi[4]

2010s

Year Networks Hosts Analysts Draft guru Reporters at the draft Studio host(s) Studio analysts Team reporters
2019 ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC Trey Wingo[6] Louis Riddick
Booger McFarland (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)[6]
Mel Kiper Jr.[6][7] Suzy Kolber[6] Josina Anderson (Arizona), Jeff Darlington (Miami), Dan Graziano (Oakland), Jen Lada (Gaithersburg, MD), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Giants), and Dianna Russini (Washington)
Robin Roberts (day 1), Rece Davis (first two days), and Maria Taylor (Day 2)[6] Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack, and Jesse Palmer (first two days)
Patrick Mahomes, Lee Corso and Desmond Howard (Day 1)
Booger McFarland (day 2)[6]
Tom Rinaldi[6]
NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Chris Rose (2nd set) (day 1 & 2)
Kurt Warner and David Shaw (1st set) (Day 1)
Charles Davis (2nd set on Day 1 and 1st set on Days 2 & 3)
Steve Smith Sr. (2nd set) (Day 1)
Joel Klatt (1st set) (Day 2)
Peter Schrager (2nd set on Day 2 and 1st set on Day 3)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set on Days 1 & 3 and 2nd set on Day 2)
Daniel Jeremiah[7] Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Andrew Siciliano LaDainian Tomlinson, Shaun O'Hara, and Charley Casserly MJ Acosta (Oakland), Stacey Dales (Green Bay), Mike Garafolo (Washington), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Pittsburgh), James Palmer (Denver), Tom Pelissero (Miami), and Steve Wyche (Arizona)
2018 ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC Trey Wingo Louis Riddick
Kirk Herbstreit (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)
Mel Kiper Jr.[8] Suzy Kolber Josina Anderson (Cleveland), Jeff Darlington (Buffalo), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Jets), and Dianna Russini (N.Y. Giants)
Fox and NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Chris Rose (2nd set) (day 2)[9][8]
Daniel Jeremiah (1st set)
David Shaw (1st set) (Day 1)
Charles Davis (1st set) (Days 2 & 3)
Troy Aikman, Steve Mariucci, and Steve Smith Sr. (2nd set) (Day 1)
Joel Klatt and Peter Schrager (2nd set) (Day 2)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set)[9][8]
Mike Mayock[9] Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Dan Hellie Shaun O'Hara, Reggie Bush and Charley Casserly Tiffany Blackmon (Arizona), Stacey Dales (New England), Mike Garafolo (N.Y. Jets), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Buffalo), James Palmer (Denver), Tom Pelissero (Miami), Omar Ruiz (Cleveland), Jane Slater (Dallas), Michael Silver (Oakland), and Steve Wyche (Cleveland)
2017 ESPN and ESPN2 Trey Wingo[10][11] Louis Riddick
Jon Gruden (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)[10][11]
Mel Kiper Jr.[10][11] Suzy Kolber[10][11] Josina Anderson (Cleveland), Jeff Darlington (San Francisco), Britt McHenry (Arizona), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Jets), and Mike Tripplett (New Orleans)[10][11]
NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Chris Rose (2nd set) (Day 2)[11]
Daniel Jeremiah (1st set)
David Shaw (1st set) (Day 1)
Charles Davis (2nd set on Day 1 and 1st set on Days 2 & 3)
Steve Mariucci and Steve Smith Sr. (2nd set) (Day 1)
Brian Billick and Peter Schrager (2nd set) (Day 2)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set)[11]
Mike Mayock[11] Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark[11] Dan Hellie Terrell Davis, Heath Evans, and Shaun O'Hara Judy Battista (New England), Tiffany Blackmon (Tennessee), Stacey Dales (Chicago), Mike Garafolo (Washington), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants & N.Y. Jets), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Baltimore), Randy Moss (New Orleans), James Palmer (Denver & Houston), Omar Ruiz (Oakland), Jane Slater (Dallas), Michael Silver (Cleveland), and Steve Wyche (San Francisco)
2016 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (Day 1)
Trey Wingo (Days 2 & 3)
Jon Gruden (Day 1)
Louis Riddick and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Josina Anderson (Cleveland), Bob Holtzman (San Francisco), Britt McHenry (San Diego), Sal Paolantonio (Philadelphia), Shelley Smith (Los Angeles), and Ed Werder (Dallas)
NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Rhett Lewis (2nd set) (first two days)
Steve Mariucci and David Shaw (1st set) (Day 1)
Charles Davis (2nd set on Day 1 and 1st set on Days 2 & 3)
Urban Meyer (1st set) (Day 2)
Kurt Warner (2nd set) (Day 1)
Brian Billick and Michael Robinson (2nd set) (Day 2)
Daniel Jeremiah (2nd set on day 1 & 2 and 1st set on day 3)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Amber Theoharis Heath Evans and Solomon Wilcots Judy Battista (N.Y. Jets), Tiffany Blackmon (Baltimore), Albert Breer (San Francisco), Jeffri Chadiha (San Diego), Stacey Dales (Dallas), Jeff Darlington (Philadelphia), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Cleveland), James Palmer (Denver), Michael Silver (Los Angeles), and Steve Wyche (LA Live)
2015 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (day 1)
Trey Wingo (Days 2 & 3)
Jon Gruden and Louis Riddick (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3) and Trent Dilfer (day 2)
Bill Polian (day 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Josina Anderson (N.Y. Jets), Jeremy Fowler (Cleveland), Bob Holtzman (Chicago), Britt McHenry (St. Louis), Sal Paolantonio (Tennessee and Philadelphia), Tom Rinaldi (Alabama), Shelley Smith (Hawaii), Jim Trotter (San Diego), and Ed Werder (Tampa Bay)
NFL Network Rich Eisen (1st set)
Chris Rose (2nd set) (first two days)
Steve Mariucci and David Shaw (1st set) (day 1)
Charles Davis (1st set) (Days 2 & 3)
Charlie Strong (1st set) (Day 2)
Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, and Michael Irvin (2nd set) (Day 1)
Brian Billick, LaDainian Tomlinson (2nd set) (Day 2)
Daniel Jeremiah (2nd set on Day 2 and 1st set on Day 3)
Ian Rapoport (3rd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Dan Hellie, Amber Theoharis, and Lindsay Rhodes Heath Evans, Solomon Wilcots, Michael Robinson, and Nate Burleson Judy Battista (Tampa Bay), Tiffany Blackmon (Hawaii), Albert Breer (Washington), Jenn Brown (Minnesota), Patrick Claybon (New Orleans), Steve Cyphers (Denver), Jeff Darlington (Tennessee), Jenny Dell (New England), Alex Flanagan (San Diego), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Philadelphia), Andrea Kremer (Cleveland), Desmond Purnell (Dallas), Omar Ruiz (San Francisco), Michael Silver (Jacksonville), Ari Wolfe (Pittsburgh), and Steve Wyche (Alabama)
2014 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (Day 1)
Trey Wingo (Days 2 & 3)
Jon Gruden and Ray Lewis (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen, Adam Schefter (all 3 days), and Bill Polian (Days 2 & 3) (2nd set)
Trent Dilfer and Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Trey Wingo, Wendi Nix, and Suzy Kolber Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Tom Jackson, Ron Jaworski, Todd McShay, Tedy Bruschi, Bill Polian, Herm Edwards, and Ryan Clark Josina Anderson (St. Louis), Bob Holtzman (Minnesota), Britt McHenry (Jacksonville), Sal Paolantonio (Cleveland), Michele Steele (Tampa Bay), and Ed Werder (Houston)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin (Day 1); Brian Billick (Day 2) and Charles Davis (Days 2 & 3)
David Shaw and Jimbo Fisher (Day 3)
Ian Rapoport (2nd set) and Daniel Jeremiah (2nd set on the first two days and 1st set on Day 3)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis Kurt Warner, Shaun O'Hara, Charley Casserly, Jamie Dukes, Brian Baldinger, Warren Sapp, Heath Evans and Solomon Wilcots Michelle Beisner (St. Louis), Albert Breer (Minnesota & Washington), Stacey Dales (New England), Jeff Darlington (Jacksonville & Miami), Alex Flanagan (Seattle), Rebecca Haarlow (Chicago), Rich Hollenberg (Atlanta), Kim Jones (N.Y. Giants & N.Y. Jets), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Cleveland & Baltimore), Randy Moss (N.Y. Jets), Desmond Purnell (Dallas), Omar Ruiz (Oakland & San Francisco), Michael Silver (St. Louis), Ari Wolfe (Philadelphia), and Steve Wyche (Houston)
2013 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (Day 1)
Trey Wingo (Days 2 & 3)
Jon Gruden (Day 1)
Chris Mortensen, Adam Schefter (all 3 days), and Bill Polian (Days 2 & 3) (2nd set)
Trent Dilfer and Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Trey Wingo, Wendi Nix, Suzy Kolber, Kevin Connors and Sara Walsh Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Keyshawn Johnson, Tom Jackson, Steve Young, Ron Jaworski, Todd McShay, Tedy Bruschi, Eric Mangini, Bill Polian and Herm Edwards Josina Anderson (St. Louis), Colleen Dominguez (San Francisco), Jeannine Edwards (Philadelphia), Bob Holtzman (Minnesota), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Jets), and Ed Werder (Kansas City)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin (Day 1)
Brian Billick (Day 2) and Charles Davis (Days 2 & 3)
Brian Kelly, Les Miles, and David Shaw (Day 3)
Ian Rapoport (2nd set) and Daniel Jeremiah (2nd set on the first two days and 1st set on Day 3)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Andrew Siciliano, Lindsay Rhodes, Scott Hanson and Amber Theoharis Kurt Warner, Jamie Dukes, Heath Evans, LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, Tom Waddle and Charley Casserly Michelle Beisner (Arizona & Seattle), Albert Breer (Philadelphia), Steve Cyphers (San Francisco), Stacey Dales (Chicago), Jeff Darlington (St. Louis), Rich Hollenberg (New York Giants), Kim Jones (N.Y. Jets), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Baltimore), Randy Moss (Dallas), Solomon Wilcots (Cleveland & Washington), Ari Wolfe (Minnesota), and Steve Wyche (Kansas City)
2012 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (first two days)
Trey Wingo (day 3)
Jon Gruden (first two days)
Chris Mortensen, Adam Schefter (all 3 days), and Bill Polian (Days 2 & 3) (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3) and Trent Dilfer (Day 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Trey Wingo, Wendi Nix, and Suzy Kolber Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Keyshawn Johnson, Tom Jackson, Steve Young, Ron Jaworski, Todd McShay, Tedy Bruschi, Bill Polian and Herm Edwards Josina Anderson (St. Louis), Bob Holtzman (Cleveland), Rachel Nichols (Miami), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Jets), and Ed Werder (Dallas)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin (Day 1)
Brian Billick and Charles Davis (Days 2 & 3)
Les Miles and David Shaw (Day 3)
Jason La Canfora (2nd set) and Michael Lombardi (2nd set on the first two days and 1st set on Day 3)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Melissa Stark Paul Burmeister, Scott Hanson, and Fran Charles Kurt Warner, Jamie Dukes, Brian Baldinger, Tom Waddle and Charley Casserly Brian Baldinger (Philadelphia), Michelle Beisner (Denver), Albert Breer (Indianapolis), Stacey Dales (New England), Jeff Darlington (Miami), Alex Flanagan (New Orleans), Rebecca Haarlow (N.Y. Jets, Giants, & Philadelphia), Kim Jones (N.Y. Jets), Randy Moss (Pittsburgh & Chicago), Bob Papa (N.Y. Giants), Ian Rapoport (Dallas), Solomon Wilcots (Cleveland & St. Louis), Ari Wolfe (Minnesota, Oakland, & San Francisco), Steve Wyche (Washington)
2011 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (first two days)
Trey Wingo (Day 3)
Jon Gruden (first two days)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Todd McShay (Days 2 & 3) and Trent Dilfer (Day 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Trey Wingo, Mike Tirico, and Suzy Kolber Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Keyshawn Johnson, Tom Jackson, Steve Young, Ron Jaworski, Todd McShay, Tedy Bruschi, and Herm Edwards Colleen Dominguez (Arizona), Bob Holtzman (Cincinnati), Sal Paolantonio (Carolina), Mark Schwarz (Washington), Michael Smith (New England), Ed Werder (Denver), and Jeremy Schaap (NFLPA events)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin (Day 1)
Brian Billick (Day 2) and Charles Davis (Days 2 & 3)
Butch Davis, Brian Kelly, and Bret Bielema (Day 3)
Jason La Canfora and Michael Lombardi (2nd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders and Michelle Beisner Fran Charles and Scott Hanson Jim Mora, Torry Holt, Kurt Warner, Tom Waddle, and Charley Casserly Brian Baldinger (Washington), Albert Breer (Buffalo), Stacey Dales (New England), Alex Flanagan (Dallas), Kara Henderson (Denver), Randy Moss (Arizona), Solomon Wilcots (Cincinnati), Ari Wolfe (Minnesota), and Steve Wyche (Carolina)
2010 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (first two days)
Trey Wingo (Day 3)
Tom Jackson, Steve Young and Jon Gruden (first two days)
Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Ron Jaworski and Todd McShay (Day 3)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Mike Tirico and Suzy Kolber Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Keyshawn Johnson, Ron Jaworski, Todd McShay, Kirk Herbstreit, Tedy Bruschi, and Herm Edwards Colleen Dominguez (San Francisco), Pedro Gomez (New Orleans), Rachel Nichols (St. Louis), Wendi Nix (Pittsburgh), Sal Paolantonio (Philadelphia), Michael Smith (Cleveland), Shelley Smith (Seattle), and Ed Werder (Washington)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin (Day 1)
Brian Billick (Day 2), Charles Davis, and Corey Chavous (Days 2 & 3)
Mack Brown (Day 3)
Jason La Canfora (2nd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders Fran Charles Jim Mora, Jamie Dukes, Tom Waddle, Michael Lombardi and Charley Casserly Stacey Dales (St. Louis), Alex Flanagan (San Francisco), Scott Hanson (Washington), Kara Henderson (Seattle), Derrin Horton (Philadelphia), Randy Moss (Detroit), and Solomon Wilcots (Pittsburgh)

2000s

Year Networks Host(s) Analyst(s) Draft guru Reporters at the draft Studio host(s) Studio analyst(s) Team reporters
2009 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman
Trey Wingo (both sets on Day 2)
Keyshawn Johnson and Steve Young
Herm Edwards
Chris Mortensen (2nd set on 1st day and 1st set on day 1)
Ron Jaworski (1st set on day 2)
Todd McShay (2nd set)
Mel Kiper Jr. Erin Andrews Mike Tirico and Suzy Kolber Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Tom Jackson, Todd McShay (pre-draft), and Michael Smith David Amber (Buffalo), Pedro Gomez (Arizona), Rachel Nichols (Detroit), Wendi Nix (New England), Sal Paolantonio (N.Y. Jets-Day 1/Philadelphia-Day 2), Ed Werder, Shelley Smith (with Mark Sanchez)
Bob Holtzman (Dallas on Day 2)
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk, Jon Gruden, Steve Mariucci, Jamie Dukes, and Charles Davis
Charley Casserly (2nd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders Fran Charles Michael Lombardi and Tom Waddle Brian Baldinger (San Francisco), Michelle Beisner (Dallas), Paul Burmeister (Denver), Alex Flanagan (San Diego), Scott Hanson (Tampa Bay), Kara Henderson (New York Jets), Derrin Horton (Philadelphia), Randy Moss (Kansas City), Solomon Wilcots (Detroit), and Steve Wyche (St. Louis)
2008 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman
Mike Tirico (2nd set) and Trey Wingo (Day 2)
Steve Young, Chris Mortensen, and Keyshawn Johnson
Ron Jaworski and Kirk Herbstreit (2nd set)
Cris Carter and Ron Jaworski (Day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Rece Davis (Day 1) and Tony Reali (day 2) Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson, Merril Hoge, Todd McShay and Michael Smith Hank Goldberg, Rachel Nichols, Wendi Nix, Sal Paolantonio, and Ed Werder
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk and Steve Mariucci (Day 1)
Jamie Dukes and Charles Davis (Day 2)
Adam Schefter (2nd set)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders Fran Charles Michael Lombardi, Tom Waddle and Charley Casserly Michelle Beisner (Atlanta), Paul Burmeister (Oakland), Scott Hanson (Miami), Kara Henderson (New England), Derrin Horton (Dallas), and Solomon Wilcots (Cincinnati)
2007 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (Day 1)
Mike Tirico (2nd set) and Suzy Kolber (Day 2)
Steve Young, Chris Mortensen, and Keyshawn Johnson
Ron Jaworski and Tony Kornheiser (2nd set)
Ron Jaworski (day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Trey Wingo Mark May, Sean Salisbury, Todd McShay and Michael Smith Rachel Nichols, Sal Paolantonio, and Ed Werder
NFL Network Rich Eisen Marshall Faulk and Steve Mariucci (Day 1)
Charles Davis and Adam Schefter (Day 2)
Mike Mayock Deion Sanders Fran Charles Bobby Beathard, Jesse Palmer and Jamie Dukes Paul Burmeister (San Diego), Scott Hanson (Dallas), Kara Henderson (Atlanta), Derrin Horton (Oakland), and Solomon Wilcots (Cincinnati)
2006[12] ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (1st set)
Suzy Kolber (both sets on Day 2)[13]
Tom Jackson, Steve Young (from San Francisco), Michael Irvin, and Chris Mortensen Mel Kiper Jr. Linda Cohn Trey Wingo Ron Jaworski
NFL Network Rich Eisen Corey Chavous Mike Mayock Adam Schefter and Kara Henderson Paul Burmeister and Derrin Horton Dan Reeves and Butch Davis; Muhsin Muhammad, Brentson Buckner, and Jason Witten
2005[14] ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman
Suzy Kolber (both sets on Day 2)
Andrea Kremer (3rd set)
Torry Holt, Merril Hoge and Chris Mortensen
Sean Salisbury (2nd set)
Rodney Harrison and Mike Vrabel (3rd set)
Mel Kiper Jr. Linda Cohn Trey Wingo; Rece Davis, Mike Hall, Mike Gleason (ESPNU) Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworski; Mike Gottfried and Bob Davie Sal Paolantonio (San Francisco), Ed Werder (Dallas), George Smith (San Diego), and Hank Goldberg (Miami)[15]
2004[16] ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman
Andrea Kremer (auxiliary set)
Michael Irvin and Chris Mortensen Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworski Sean Salisbury (San Diego) and Sal Paolantonio (New York Giants)
2003 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (day 1)
Suzy Kolber (day 2)
Dennis Green and Chris Mortensen Mel Kiper Jr. Mike Golic, Mark Malone, Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge Ed Werder
2002 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (day 1)
Mike Tirico (day 2)
Jimmy Johnson and Chris Mortensen Mel Kiper Jr. Suzy Kolber Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge Andrea Kremer
2001 ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman (Day 1)
Mike Tirico (Day 2)
Chris Mortensen and Joe Theismann (day 1)
Ron Jaworski (day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Fowler Andrea Kremer[17]
2000[18] ESPN and ESPN2 Chris Berman
Mike Tirico (2nd set)
Joe Theismann and Chris Mortensen Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Fowler Kirk Herbstreit, Mark Malone, and Ron Jaworski Suzy Kolber (Cleveland), Solomon Wilcots (Baltimore), Ed Werder (Washington), Hank Goldberg (St. Louis), Sal Paolantonio (Tampa Bay), Tom Jackson (New York Jets), Sean Salisbury (San Francisco)

1990s

Year Networks Host(s) Analyst(s) Draft guru Reporters Studio host(s) Studio analyst(s)
1999 ESPN Chris Berman (day 1)
Mike Tirico (day 2)
Joe Theismann and Chris Mortensen (day 1)
Marty Schottenheimer and Ron Jaworski (day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Ed Werder (New Orleans), Andrea Kremer and Solomon Wilcots (New England) Chris Fowler and Mark Malone Kirk Herbstreit, Mike Gottfried, and Anthony Muñoz
1998 ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Fowler Mike Gottfried
1997[19] ESPN Chris Berman (day 1)
Mike Tirico (day 2)
Joe Theismann (day 1)
Sterling Sharpe (day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Sterling Sharpe and Tom Jackson (day 1); Linda Cohn (New Orleans) Chris Fowler Mike Gottfried and Ron Jaworski
1996 ESPN Chris Berman (day 1)
Mike Tirico (day 2)
Joe Theismann (day 1)
Sterling Sharpe (day 2)
Mel Kiper Jr. Jerry Punch Chris Fowler Mike Lombardi and Mike Gottfried
1995 ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann Mel Kiper Jr. Craig James
1994[20] ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann Mel Kiper Jr. Craig James
1993 ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann Mel Kiper Jr.
1992 ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann and Tom Jackson Mel Kiper Jr.
1991 ESPN Chris Berman Joe Theismann Mel Kiper Jr. Mark Schwartz, Chris Myers, Jimmy Roberts, and Roy Firestone Robin Roberts Fred Edelstein, Chris Mortensen, and Mike Gottfried
1990 ESPN Chris Berman Mel Kiper Jr.

1980s

Year Network Host(s) Analyst(s) Draft guru Reporter(s) Studio host(s) Studio analyst(s) Sportscenter anchor
1989 ESPN Bob Ley and Chris Berman Mel Kiper Jr.
1988[21] ESPN Bob Ley and Chris Berman Mel Kiper Jr.
1987 ESPN Bob Ley Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Berman
1986 ESPN Bob Ley Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Berman
1985 ESPN Bob Ley Paul Zimmerman[22] Mel Kiper Jr. Chris Berman
1984 ESPN Bob Ley Mel Kiper Jr.[23] Chris Berman
1983[24] ESPN George Grande Paul Zimmerman and Howard Balzer Sal Marchiano, Leandra Reilly, and Greg Wyatt Bob Ley and Chris Berman Bud Wilkinson David Sullivan
1982 ESPN Bob Ley Chris Berman
1981 ESPN Bob Ley Chris Berman George Grande
1980 ESPN Bob Ley and George Grande[23] Chris Berman[23]

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