2017 NFL Mock Draft by DatDudeDH2177 - 10.6
Published at 10/6/2016 12:19:18 PM
I will try to put up a new draft every few weeks as new ratings come out
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Browns need a QB and Kizer may be the best QB in the draft. He has everything a team wants in terms of arm strength, size, and athleticism.
Best player in the draft who falls to number 2 because of QB needs. Compares to Jadeveon Clowney but with better production and no injury concerns.
Jack of all trades prospect who can play in the secondary, at linebacker, can be on offense, and return.
Maybe the best QB in the draft. Watson or Brad Kaaya could go here.
One of the best cover corners in college who has every thing a team wants with no off the field issues. Stood out compared to Jalen Tabor and current Falcon Keanu Neal.
Probably would have been one of the top receivers last year in the draft if it wasn't for a neck injury. Great size and speed who gives a great compliment to Keenan Allen and gives Phillip Rivers another weapon.
Quietly one of the best edge rushers in the country, A big time recruit who has lived up to the hype and gives the saints an immediate upgrade at DE
A man who has drawn comparisons to Adrian Peterson and has dominated college opponents. Gives Andrew Luck a much needed weapon beside him.
Eli Apple was picked 10th last year, but Conley might have been the better corner at Ohio St. Size and speed to match up against any reviewer and give the bucs a dynamic duo at corner with Vernon Hargreaves.
Possible steal of the draft as Carson Palmer isn't getting any younger and could be on his last ride. Kaaya is the best pocket passer in the draft and has great football smarts. You could argue he could go #1 but not as good of an athlete at Kizer or Watson but makes up for it mentally.
Has a chance to be one of the best MLB in the NFL with his speed, range, awareness, and tackle ability. Can line up between Myles Jack and Telvin Smith to form one of the best Linebacker groups in the NFL.
Not as strong Offensive Line class compared to other years, Robinson has a lot of potential to be a great OT if he continues to work hard.
Would be the top corner off the board if not for off the field concerns. Fits a Josh Norman role for the Panthers as a legitimate lockdown corner who will let opposing receivers know about it.
Has the ability to be a force at the safety position with his speed and agility along with his ability to hit. Would also be aided by the talent at corner for the Lions.
A chance to add another young piece to a already stellar DLine while getting a dominant college football player who flashed a lot in the CFB playoff last year.
He could step in and fill Tamba Halli's spot in the future as he goes against some of the best that the SEC has to offer.