The first night of the NFL Draft is in the books.

On Thursday evening, 32 former college stars heard their names called during football’s biggest offseason event. It was a life-altering moment for so many, which is what makes the NFL Draft so special.

Now that we know who all was selected in the first round of this year’s draft, we decided to take a look back at how all 32 of those players were graded as high school prospects. All rankings come via 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.

Here’s a quick breakdown by star ratings:

  • 5-stars: 7
  • 4-stars: 10
  • 3-stars: 14
  • 2-stars: 1
  • 0 stars: 0

There were a large number of 3-star prospects to get drafted in this year’s NFL Draft and even one 2-star was picked. The 4-stars made up 10 selections while the 5-star total was at 7.

Here’s how all 32 players ranked as high school prospects:

No. 1: QB Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars

College: Clemson — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 1

No. 2: QB Zach Wilson, New York Jets

College: BYU — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 958

No. 3: QB Trey Lance, San Francisco 49ers 

College: North Dakota State — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 2,005

No. 4: TE Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons

College: Florida — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 162

No. 5: WR Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals

College: LSU — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 84

No. 6: WR Jaylen Waddle, Miami Dolphins

College: Alabama — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 39

No. 7: OT Penei Sewell, Detroit Lions

College: Oregon — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 57

No. 8: CB Jaycee Horn, Carolina Panthers

College: South Carolina — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 209

No. 9: CB Patrick Surtain II, Denver Broncos

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College: Alabama — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 6

No. 10: WR DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles

College: Alabama — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 62

No. 11: QB Justin Fields, Chicago Bears

College: Ohio State — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 2

No. 12: LB Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys

College: Penn State — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 5

No. 13: OT Rashawn Slater, Los Angeles Chargers

College: Northwestern — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 653

No. 14: OG Alijah Vera-Tucker, New York Jets

College: USC — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 114

No. 15: QB Mac Jones, New England Patriots

College: Alabama — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 399

No. 16: LB Zaven Collins, Arizona Cardinals

College: Tulsa — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 2,142

No. 17: OT Alex Leatherwood, Las Vegas Raiders

College: Alabama — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 4

No. 18: DE Jaelen Phillips, Miami Dolphins

College: Miami — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 1

No. 19: LB Jamin Davis, Washington Football Team

College: Kentucky — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 915

No. 20: WR Kadarius Toney, New York Giants

College: Florida — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 421

No. 21: DE Kwity Paye, Indianapolis Colts

College: Michigan — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 486

No. 22: CB Caleb Farley, Tennessee Titans

College: Virginia Tech — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 428

No. 23: OT Christian Darrisaw, Minnesota Vikings

College: Virginia Tech — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 1 (junior college)

No. 24: RB Najee Harris, Pittsburgh Steelers

College: Alabama — Star rating: 5-star — National rank: No. 2

No. 25: RB Travis Etienne, Jacksonville Jaguars

College: Clemson — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 213

No. 26: CB Greg Newsome II, Cleveland Browns

College: Northwestern — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 698

No. 27: WR Rashod Bateman, Baltimore Ravens

College: Minnesota — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 367

No. 28: DE Payton Turner, New Orleans Saints

College: Houston — Star rating: 2-star — National rank: 2,548

No. 29: CB Eric Stokes, Green Bay Packers

College: Georgia — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 668

No. 30: DE Gregory Rousseau, Buffalo Bills

College: Miami — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: No. 485

No. 31: DE Jayson Oweh, Baltimore Ravens

College: Penn State — Star rating: 4-star — National rank: No. 76

No. 32: LB Joe Tryon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

College: Washington — Star rating: 3-star — National rank: 773