The first round of the 2016 NFL Draft is on ESPN tonight at 6 p.m. MT at Chicago's Auditorium Theatre. The draft will start with the Los Angeles Rams picking first, and the first round will conclude with the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos picking 31st (there are only 31 picks due to the New England Patriots losing their first round pick due to Deflategate). Most experts expect former Cal quarterback Jared Goff (who Utah intercepted five times in Salt Lake City in a 2015 game) is expected to be selected with the first overall pick, and former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz is likely headed to Philadelphia with the No. 2 overall pick. Several other Pac-12 players could also go in the top 10 (Oregon defensive end DeForest Buckner and UCLA linebacker Myles Jack While no former Utes are likely to go in the first round, how the first round shakes out could have a big impact on where players like Devontae Booker are drafted.