The 2016 NFL season has ended, with the New England Patriots defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in a Super Bowl that will last in our minds forever. Now, a new season is upon us: draft season. There is nothing like it. Thousands of frantic football fans thirsting for their team’s prodigal son each April ponder what move their favorite teams will make next. That time is here, so let’s relish in it.
2017 NFL Mock Draft
1. Cleveland Browns – Myles Garrett | EDGE | Texas A&M
2. San Francisco 49ers – Mitch Trubisky | QB | North Carolina
3. Chicago Bears – Jamal Adams | S | LSU
4. Jacksonville Jaguars – Solomon Thomas | EDGE | Stanford
5. Tennessee Titans (From Los Angeles Rams) – Mike Williams | WR | Clemson
6. New York Jets – Deshaun Watson | QB | Clemson
7. Los Angeles Chargers – Jabrill Peppers | S | Michigan
8. Carolina Panthers – Leonard Fournette | RB | LSU
9. Cincinnati Bengals – Derek Barnett | EDGE | Tennessee
10. Buffalo Bills – Corey Davis | WR | Western Michigan
11. New Orleans Saints – Marshon Lattimore | CB | Ohio State
12. Cleveland Browns (From Philadelphia Eagles) – Jonathan Allen | DL | Alabama
13. Arizona Cardinals – DeShone Kizer | QB | Notre Dame
14. Indianapolis Colts – Dalvin Cook | RB | Florida State
15. Philadelphia Eagles (From Minnesota Vikings) – Marlon Humphrey | CB | Alabama
16. Baltimore Ravens – OJ Howard | TE | Alabama
17. Washington Redskins – Reuben Foster | LB | Alabama
18. Tennessee Titans – Malik Hooker | S | Ohio State
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Taco Charlton | EDGE | Michigan
20. Denver Broncos – Ryan Ramcyzk | OT | Wisconsin
21. Detroit Lions – Malik McDowell | DT | Michigan State
22. Miami Dolphins – Zach Cunningham | LB | Vanderbilt
23. New York Giants – Patrick Mahomes III | QB | Texas Tech
24. Oakland Raiders – Sidney Jones | CB | Washington
25. Houston Texans – Cam Robinson | OT | Alabama
26. Seattle Seahawks – Teez Tabor | CB | Florida
27. Kansas City Chiefs – Carl Lawson | EDGE | Auburn
28. Dallas Cowboys – John Ross | WR | Washington
29. Green Bay Packers – Desmond King | DB | Iowa
30. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tim Williams | EDGE | Alabama
31. Atlanta Falcons – Caleb Brantley | DL | Florida
32. New England Patriots – Charles Harris | EDGE | Missouri
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Miscellaneous Draft Notes
The Cleveland Browns has 11 total selections in the 2017 NFL Draft, two of which are in the Top-15.
A quarterback has been selected overall 12 out of the last 16 NFL collegiate selection drafts dating back to 2000.
The Cleveland Browns possess two first-round picks, stemming from a 2016 NFL Draft trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Tennessee Titans possess two first-round picks, stemming from a 2016 NFL Draft trade with the Los Angeles Rams.
The Philadelphia Eagles‘ first-round selection was originally owned by the Minnesota Vikings, which was part of a trade for quarterback Sam Bradford
Seven teams will be drafting with either new coaching staffs and/or new front office personnel (49ers, Jaguars, Chargers, Bills, Rams, Broncos, Colts)
A coin flip at the 2017 NFL Combine will determine the final draft position between the Colts and Eagles, who numerically tied for the 14th overall pick.
The record for most selections from one school in the first round is five. Alabama could break the record if EDGE defender Ryan Anderson hears his name called on Day 1.