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2017 NFL Mock Draft by Gobluezog - 3.25
Published at 3/25/2017 4:46:09 PM

Post FA 2 round much with write ups, trades, and next three on the board for the first round. Please leave comments and a rating.

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Round 1

1. Browns: Myles Garrett, Defensive End, Texas A&M

Easiest pick in the draft. Garrett is a generational talent and no other player is worth picking this high.

Next three: Lattimore, Thomas, Adams


2. 49ers: Solomon Thomas, Defensive End, Stanford

All indications from San Fransisco are that they are trying to trade down from this pick and pick up more draft capital. However, it may be difficult for them to find a willing trade partner in a very deep defensive draft without top tier qb talent. It also appears that Lynch and Co. are willing to wait a year and sign Cousins in free agency as it seems unlikely that he resigns at this point. Thomas is a good fit for their defensive scheme and the number 2 player on the board.

Next three: Adams, Lattimore, Allen


3. Bears: Jamal Adams, Strong Safety, LSU

With the recent signings of both Sanchez and Glennon, it seems unlikely they are very high on any of the Qbs in this draft. Although Lattimore is a strong fit here, the Bears have had a bad history with injury prone cbs recently so I think they go with the top safety in the class.

Next three: Lattimore, Hooker, Allen


4. Jaguars: Jonathan Allen, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

After two big pick ups in the secondary and picking Ramsey last year, it seems unlikely they will devote more resources to secondary early in the draft. Lacking top tier OL talent in this draft, the Jags should look to add to the DL.

Next three: Hooker, Foster, Lattimore




5. Titans: Marshon Lattimore, Cornerback, Ohio State

The best cb prospect in the draft would be an excellent fit on the Titans team. This is a little early for one of the pass catching options in this draft so I would expect Titans to go secondary despite the signing of logan ryan.

Next three: Hooker, Foster, Davis


6. Jets: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU

Although not the selection I would make, Fournette is an elite rb talent and a good scheme fit with Jets. Expect the Jets to pull the trigger on Fournette if both Lattimore and Adams are off the board.

Next three: Hooker, Cook, Foster


7. Chargers: Malik Hooker, Free Safety, Ohio State

A rangy safety prospect that could help replace the production lost at the position after the departure of eric Weddle.

Next three: Davis, Williams, Ross


8. Panthers: Quincy Wilson, Cornerback, Florida

Look for Carolina to go either CB or RB with this pick after acquiring Peppers in free agency. OL is a need despite the terrible Kalil signing, but the OT class is very weak this year so they will likely wait till later or address it next season. Wilson has great film and is a good fit in their scheme.

Next three: Conley, Cook, White


9. Bengals: Reuben Foster, Inside Linebacker, Alabama

Foster is a rangy linebacker who will be an excellent fit in their defense. Look for Cincinnati to go defense here and look to add a receiver in later rounds.

Next three: Barnett, Charlton, Harris


10. Bills: O.J. Howard, Tight End, Alabama

Howard is a matchup nightmare and is the best pass catching option in the draft. The Bills may look for a CB instead of a pass catcher at this pick, but receiving options remain their biggest need. Just don't expect them to pick another wr from Clemson with an injury history.

Next three: Davis, Ross, Conley


11. Saints: Derek Barnett, Defensive End, Tennessee

Saints said they were going defense early and often in this draft. Don't expect an offensive player to come off the board in their first three picks.

Next three: Charlton, Conley, White


12. Texans: Deshaun Watson, Quarterback, Clemson

***Trade***
Texans receive pick 12, 2017 5th round pick
Cleveland receive pick 25, 2017 2nd round pick
*Note this mock mock draft is operating under the assumption Romo will sign with the Texans

Witout Romo into the fold as their starter for the next two years, O'brien should look to find a QB to play now and Watson is the most nil ready.

Next three qb: Watson, Mahones, Kizer


13. Cardinals: Corey Davis, Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

Davis is the best complete wr in this class and should be groomed to replace fitzgerald in Arizona. This also gives Palmer another target as they try to maximize his window as he continues his decline.

Next three: Ross, Njoku, Conley


14. Eagles: Gareon Conley, Cornerback, Ohio State

With the recent signings of Jeffries and Smith and high recent draft picks agholor and mathews still on the roster it hard for me to see the Eagles use this draft pick on a receiver. CB is still a big need on this team and Conley has the physical tools to be the best CB in the draft.

Next three: White, Awuzie, Cook


15. Colts: Charles Harris, Defensive End, Missouri

Harris a good pass rush prospect that will be much needed on the Colts defense. Colts could also look at one of the rbs or TEs at this pick.

Next three: Charlton, Cook, Njoku


16. Ravens: John Ross, Wide Receiver, Washington

Fastest player in the draft and he plays like it. Injuries are a concern, but his talent is enough to overlook it.

Next three: Williams, Njoku, Charlton


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