I've already run through my favorite pick of each team from this year's NFL draft, and below you'll find my take on the team in each division that improved the most for the upcoming season based on their 2014 draft haul.
This is not my assessment on which teams necessarily did the best jobs, found the best value or set themselves up for the future. (My colleague Mel Kiper handles those factors with his draft grades.) Instead, this is a look at the teams that will get the most impact from their rookie classes in the 2014 season.
AFC East: New York Jets
None of the AFC East teams really jumped out at me, but I'll go with the Jets because in first-round safety Calvin Pryor (a big-hitting tone-setter in the secondary) and second-round tight end Jace Amaro (a safety valve for the Jets' quarterbacks), they landed two likely starters, and, among their three wide receiver picks -- fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders, fourth-rounder Shaq Evans and sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa -- they should have one emerge as a No. 3 or No. 4 wide receiver as a rookie. It wasn't a stellar, or even particularly exciting, class, but the Jets should come away with some key contributors for 2014.