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2017 NFL Mock Draft by D0nflict - 4.14
Published at 4/15/2017 10:38:00 PM

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Browns: Myles Garrett, Defensive End, Texas A&M

If they skip on a once in a life time prospect like Garrett for a mediocre QB, i will be livid.. but that would be the most Browns things to do lol. Garrett is a cannot miss future pro bowler, he should and will be the Pick

Pro Comparison: A bigger Khalil Mack

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

I almost went with a QB right here, also if i was doing trades i would have had the 49ers trade back, this is a hot pick to own, Solomon Thomas is a beast rushing from the edge or inside. I hate the 49ers and will be sad if they are smart and choose a great player like Thomas.

Pro Comparison: Michael Bennett

3. Bears: Jonathan Allen, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

The motor on this guy is non stop! The worries about arthritis is bs... it wouldnt even affect him till later on in his life. Bears would be very smart to grab him at #3 if he is still there.

Pro Comparison: Aaron Donald

4. Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU

I have no idea what the Jaguars will do here, i wouldnt be shocked if they super reached for an O-Lineman. That being said, Fournette is one of the best RB prospects to come out in a long time!

Pro Comparison: Adrian Peterson

5. Titans: Marshon Lattimore, Cornerback, Ohio State

Lattimore is the best CB in the draft full of good CBs. He will be the first one chosen, and after him its truly up for grabs for the order the rest will be taken Titans should get him for sure if hes available.

Pro Comparison: Desmond Trufant

6. Jets: O.J. Howard, Tight End, Alabama

This may seem like a reach, a Tight End in the top 10? whaatt? but he is a tremendous athlete and will be a great pro, he even knows how to block. I could also see them going for one of the QBs here, but i dont think they will, they usually go best player available.

Pro Comparison: Greg Olsen

7. Chargers: Cam Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

I dont think any of the offensive linemen in this years draft are top 10 worthy, but i guarantee one of them will go in the top 10. Chargers line is pretty crappy, so he can step in right away at RG, and maybe take over one of the tackle spots a couple years down the road. instant starter and upgrade.

Pro Comparison: Branden Albert

8. Panthers: Jamal Adams, Strong Safety, LSU

Im a little surprised i let Adams slip this far, Safety isnt the biggest need for the Panthers, but they wont let him get past them if he falls this far. he is a thumper in the box and can be the deep high safety, its a rare thing.

Pro Comparison: Keanu Neal

9. Bengals: Malik Hooker, Free Safety, Ohio State

They do have two capable Safeties, but Malik Hooker has the chance to be the next Earl Thomas or Ed Reed. Also, their owner loves big school prospects, so i could easily see this happening.

Pro Comparison: Eric Berry

10. Bills: Deshaun Watson, Quarterback, Clemson

The first QB is off the board! the Bills dont like Tyrod Taylor, they only kept him because they have no other option, which i dont get because he is a capable QB and should build around him. If they were smart they would draft some other position right here, but this is the way that I think they will go.

Pro Comparison: Dak Prescott

11. Saints: Christian McCaffrey, Running Back, Stanford

He doesnt go in the top 10 like people are talking about, but he still goes pretty high! He will be what Reggie Bush wasnt, i surely believe that. He will prove everyone wrong that say that running backs cant be white.

Pro Comparison: LeSean McCoy

12. Browns: Mitch Trubisky, Quarterback, North Carolina

They still get the QB that they wanted at 1. they smartly go with Garrett at one, and get the QB they wanted as well, this is their dream scenario. I way rather them go this route then give the Patriots this pick for Garoppolo. Maybe Trubisky can be the first good QB the Browns have had in a long while.

Pro Comparison: Jimmy Garoppolo

13. Cardinals: Mike Williams, Wide Receiver, Clemson

I prefer Corey Davis over Mike Williams, but most people ive seen have Williams ahead of him. he could be the perfect understudy of Larry Fitzgerald. Who else better to learn under?? Carson Palmer will be very happy as well.

Pro Comparison: Alshon Jeffrey

14. Eagles: Gareon Conley, Cornerback, Ohio State

The second of many CBs has come off the board! I truly believe there will be an astonishingly large amount of DB's especially corners taken in the first 75 picks. There are 4 different corners that could be taken 2nd imo, but I think the other Ohio State alum goes as the second CB. He will be a great pro as well.

Pro Comparison: Malcolm Butler.

15. Colts: Reuben Foster, Inside Linebacker, Alabama

Foster falls a tiny bit due to the combine fiasco. Im not the biggest fan of his, but he could be a great pro if his mind stays right. Colts ILB is a big need.

Pro Comparison: Lavonte Davis

16. Ravens: Corey Davis, Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

Flacco needs a big target to throw to! he has a few speedsters at the WR position, and adding Davis here would make the position more balanced and that much better. Davis is the best WR in this draft IMO, falls behind Williams due to mystery over speed, wasnt able to run the 40 due to an injury.

Pro Comparison: Allen Robinson

Picks 1-16

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