Players selected in the 2016 NFL Draft are getting acquainted with their new clubs and hoping to make their presence felt right away as they transition to the next level. Here's a ranking of the top 100 rookies based on who will make the biggest impact in Year One.
1. QB Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams:The golden boy from the Golden State is more likely to start, and succeed, than any other quarterback in the draft.
2. LB Myles Jack, Jacksonville Jaguars:Gus Bradley's defense gets an every-down playmaker whose immediate value far exceeded his eventual draft slot (No. 36 overall).
3. RB Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys:Elliott should not only start immediately, but flourish as well, and his skills as a receiver and blocker will invigorate the offense.
5. S Karl Joseph, Oakland Raiders:The former West Virginia star is returning from a knee injury, but when he's ready to participate fully in practice, he'll be on a fast track to a starting role and should help fill the Charles Woodson void.
6. LB Leonard Floyd, Chicago Bears:Floyd will get heat on the quarterback for a defense that desperately needs it, and his physical skills are an ideal fit for the 3-4 defense.
8. CB Vernon Hargreaves, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:Hargreaves will step right into the Bucs' secondary and can handle whatever is asked, from press coverage to off-man to zone.
10. QB Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles:Yes, the club called Sam Bradford its starter after taking Wentz No. 2 overall, but don't expect a long wait for the takeover. The Jaguars talked about developing Blake Bortles in a backup role for his first season, and he ended up throwing 475 passes as a rookie.
13. LB Kamalei Correa, Baltimore Ravens:Correa was a second-round pick, but look for first-round impact under DC Dean Pees. Correa will put plenty of pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
21. DE Noah Spence, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:The beauty of the Spence pick for the Bucs is that he doesn't have to play a ton of snaps to make a big difference, as long as he can get to the quarterback.
22. DE Emmanuel Ogbah, Cleveland Browns:Cleveland needed a lot of help in the defensive front and Ogbah -- known for his pass rushing as a collegian -- will be effective against the run, too.
23. S Vonn Bell, New Orleans Saints:Bell can play well in coverage as a safety, and not just zone coverage; he can match up. That's why he was a steal for New Orleans at No. 61 overall.
26. C Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts:Kelly comes in and starts right away, bringing with him three years of experience making line calls and checks in Alabama's pro-style offense.
29. QB Paxton Lynch, Denver Broncos:Yes, he's in need of development, but he didn't land with a team that's in a great position to let him sit for too long.
32. S Keanu Neal, Atlanta Falcons:Some considered Neal a reach at No. 17 overall, but he was a three-year playmaker at Florida and has the football intelligence to be a commanding presence in the Atlanta secondary.
36. DT A'Shawn Robinson, Detroit Lions:Robinson will make Detroit's run defense better from Day One, and while he's not likely to pile up the sacks, he'll shrink the pocket on pass plays enough to have third-down value.
38. DL Adolphus Washington, Buffalo Bills:Quite a few interior defensive linemen were picked ahead of him, but Washington's potential as a pass rusher makes him more of a possible steal. He's expected to start immediately.
40. OT Taylor Decker, Detroit Lions:The most likely landing spot for Decker is right tackle, where he should be able to nail down the job in relatively short order.
43. RB Devontae Booker, Denver Broncos:Though he was a fourth-round pick, Booker was arguably the second-best running back in the draft and could rise to starter status in Denver.
44. CB Artie Burns, Pittsburgh Steelers:GM Kevin Colbert addressed a major need with his first-round pick; a starting spot should be Burns' to lose.
46. K Roberto Aguayo, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs traded up to take Aguayo in Round 2, so they expect him to make a big impact right away.
48. DL Maliek Collins, Dallas Cowboys:He won't be on the field all the time, but DC Rod Marinelli will love Collins' ability to penetrate against single blocks and get after the quarterback from the interior.
49. DE Bronson Kaufusi, Baltimore Ravens:One of the more underrated prospects of the draft, Kaufusi can absolutely win a starting job in Baltimore.
50. WR Corey Coleman, Cleveland Browns:Coleman could prove to be a wise pick in time, but it might not all come together right away.
52. DT Andrew Billings, Cincinnati Bengals:He fell in the draft because he's not expected to play on third down, but he'll make enough of a difference on early downs to merit listing here.
53. OL Cody Whitehair, Chicago Bears:Be it at left guard or perhaps even center, expect the versatile lineman from Kansas State to win a starting job.
55. DT Vernon Butler, Carolina Panthers:Carolina has plenty of talent at defensive tackle to stop the run, but Butler can bring more interior pass rush to the unit.
58. CB Mackensie Alexander, Minnesota Vikings:Forget the concern that Alexander didn't make an interception in college; quarterbacks didn't like throwing his way for a reason, and he's a good bet to at least see nickelback action as a rookie.
59. DL Robert Nkemdiche, Arizona Cardinals:While he has the physical tools to rank much higher, he simply didn't play well enough on a consistent basis in college to command bigger immediate expectations.
62. DT Javon Hargrave, Pittsburgh Steelers:Hargrave should find himself in a rotational role as a rookie, and is athletic enough to play on third down.
65. DL Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs:Jones will have to fit in on a solid defensive line with no obvious holes, but he'll rotate in at a minimum and be trouble for offensive guards as an interior pass rusher.
69. DE Charles Tapper, Dallas Cowboys:Given Dallas' pending four-game suspensions at the position, Tapper inherits a great shot to start early, and don't be surprised if he entrenches himself.
74. CB Cyrus Jones, New England Patriots:Coming from a Nick Saban defense, Jones will be familiar with defensive concepts in New England, and his return skills could help him make a significant impact.
75. S T.J. Green, Indianapolis Colts:Even if Green doesn't win a starting job right away, he can figure into sub packages while he vies for a bigger role.
77. S Miles Killebrew, Detroit Lions:Although some competition will await Killebrew in camp for the strong safety job, look for his aggressive style to carry him into the starting role.
79. DE Shilique Calhoun, Oakland Raiders:With a third-round pick, Oakland added another pass rusher who should get a look in more than one role from DC Ken Norton Jr.
84. RB Paul Perkins, New York Giants:GM Jerry Reese added a productive rusher with dazzling open-field ability here, albeit a relatively small one (5-foot-10, 208 pounds).
85. LB Jordan Jenkins, New York Jets:Although Jenkins can rush the passer, he's not a one-trick linebacker. Todd Bowles will love his instincts and feel for any role.
89. DT Austin Johnson, Tennessee Titans:There isn't much of a void for Johnson to leap into on the Tennessee defensive line, but that doesn't mean he can't rotate in and make a difference in a given role.
90. TE Nick Vannett, Seattle Seahawks:The offensive innovation in Seattle will find a way to use Vannett's athleticism one way or another.
92. OL Joe Thuney, New England Patriots:He'll fit somewhere in the interior in New England, and if you don't hear about him, he'll have had a good year.
98. OT John Theus, San Francisco 49ers:He won't be handed a starting job, but don't be surprised if he earns it before the end of the season.
100. WR Tajae Sharpe, Tennessee Titans: Sharpe gets the benefit of what should be a wide-open competition.