2017 NFL Mock Draft

Last update: Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. Major changes.
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    *** 2017 NFL MOCK DRAFT (4 rounds) updated Feb. 2. This mock draft will be updated occasionally. Check out old versions of this 2017 NFL Mock Draft in the archived mock section. Follow @walterfootball for NFL Draft updates. ***
  1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M
    As it stands now, the four candidates or the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft are Myles Garrett, Jonathan Allen, DeShone Kizer and Mitch Trubisky. The Browns obviously need a quarterback, and I believe Trubisky is what Hue Jackson is looking for. Trubisky has his flaws, but he’s very accurate and has a quick release. Jackson may envision Trubisky as his new Andy Dalton.

    However, Adam Schefter has reported that the Browns have an “astronomical grade” on Garrett, which is interesting. Cleveland needs a pass-rusher as well, and Garrett would be an enormous upgrade.

    The question is, would the Browns take Garrett over Trubisky when they’re desperate for a franchise quarterback? Well, there is precedent for this, as the Texans picked Jadeveon Clowney when they really needed a signal-caller in the 2014 NFL Draft. Houston simply had Clowney way above all the quarterbacks, and that could be the case with Cleveland and Garrett. Plus, there are NFL Free Agent Rumors that the Browns could target Tyrod Taylor.

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  2. San Francisco 49ers: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame
    Unless Myles Garrett is available, the 49ers are almost certain to pick a quarterback. DeShone Kizer seems to be the No. 1 signal-caller for most teams, based on some conversations we’ve had with team sources. However, not every franchise has Kizer at the top, as there is one that prefers Mitch Trubisky. It’s not necessarily the 49ers, but I thought that Trubisky would be a better fit for San Francisco because he was more of what Chip Kelly was looking for in a quarterback.

    Kelly was fired, of course, so I’m going to slot Kizer to the 49ers. It’s worth noting that team sources have Kizer rated higher than Deshaun Watson. They like Kizer because of his arm strength, mobility and upside. Plus, there are some rumored height issues with Trubisky, so Kizer will remain the pick here until further notice.

  3. Chicago Bears: Jonathan Allen, DE/DT, Alabama
    A quarterback like Mitch Trubisky is definitely a possibility at this juncture, but given that the Bears have a veteran coaching staff and front office in place, I’m not sure they’d want a raw, rookie signal-caller in control of the offense. I think it’s more likely that they trade for Tony Romo or sign Tyrod Taylor.

    With that in mind, the Bears can take the best player on the board, and that would be Jonathan Allen, who would make Chicago’s defensive line dominant. Allen starting along with Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman would give the Bears one of the top defensive lines in the NFL.

    Allen is currently in the top five of our 2017 NFL Draft Big Board, as he has been dominant this year. In fact, he should have won the Heisman over Lamar Jackson, as he was the best player in the country.



  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford
    Despite their six sacks of Andrew Luck in the London game, the Jaguars don’t pressure the quarterback consistently. They have some promising edge rushers in Dante Fowler and Yannick Ngakoue, but neither was very effective this past season.

    I don’t think Jacksonville will go out of its way to select an edge rusher, but in this case, one of the best players available happens to be one. I’ve been slowly moving Solomon Thomas up my mock draft each week, and I think he could definitely be chosen in the top five. He’s that good, and if you saw his bowl game, you’d agree, as he was completely unblockable.

  5. Tennessee Titans: Jamal Adams, S, LSU
    The Titans made great strides in 2016, and they figure to keep improving, thanks to this selection. Owning the No. 5 overall pick because of the Rams’ incompetence, Tennessee wouldn’t be in a position to snatch a blue-chip safety prospect if they never moved down last year. That, however, is the case, as the Titans won one of the most lopsided trades in NFL history.

    It was going to be a tight race between Jamal Adams and Malik Hooker to see who the No. 1 safety prospect would be. However, as Charlie Campbell reported, Malik Hooker is out 4-6 months after two surgeries.

  6. New York Jets: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
    I’ve been slotting Mitch Trubisky here for a while now, citing some news story that the Jets had interest in him. Charlie Campbell squashed those reports in his Senior Bowl Rumor Mill. The scuttlebutt is that Christian Hackenberg has developed well behind the scenes, so perhaps the Jets won’t give up on him without seeing him play after all.

    If this is true, Leonard Fournette suddenly becomes the favorite for this pick. The Jets don’t have a viable starting running for the future, and Fournette is a stud. Fournette is considered the top running back prospect since Adrian Peterson, as he’s received higher grades than Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott. He was slowed by an injury in 2016, but his tape in 2015 was some of the best a running back prospect has ever displayed.



  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State
    Charlie Campbell was the first to report that Malik Hooker is out 4-6 months after two surgeries. I considered dropping him out of this slot, but I’m going to hold off for at least one week. The Chargers like Hooker, and it doesn’t sound as though he’ll miss any regular-season action, so it’s not like they won’t have him for his rookie campaign in the wake of this news.

    Besides, Hooker fills a huge need. The Chargers were already weak at safety in the wake of Eric Weddle’s departure, and now Jahleel Addae happens to be an impending free agent.

  8. Carolina Panthers: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama
    Carolina likes to take the top player on its board, and I speculated that it would be Dalvin Cook last week. However, the Panthers also value character very highly, and there are concerns about Cook and the company he keeps, so he could slide a bit in the 2017 NFL Draft. The next prospect on the big board might just be Marlon Humphrey.

    The Panthers missed Josh Norman last year. James Bradberry performed on a high level at cornerback this past year, but Carolina is still in need of help at the position.

    Pick change; previously Dalvin Cook, RB

  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama
    The Bengals signed Karlos Dansby to be their second linebacker last offseason. Dansby wasn’t horrible, but his play from 2015 definitely declined, and he’s now a free agent anyway. Cincinnati could definitely target Reuben Foster at No. 9 overall, especially if it thinks he’s the best player available.

    Foster is obviously a stud linebacker worthy of being a top-10 selection. The only concern with him is that he has suffered multiple concussions already, but Marvin Lewis has repeatedly stated that he doesn’t believe in concussions, so I don’t think the Bengals will care.

    Pick change; previously Dalvin Cook, RB



  10. Buffalo Bills: Mitch Trubisky, QB, North Carolina
    Mitch Trubisky could be the No. 1 overall pick, and he fits logically to both the 49ers and Bears as well. However, if they pass on him – possible, given that he’s just a raw, 1-year starter with some sudden height concerns – and if the reports on him not going to the Jets are true, he could conceivably slip to No. 10. And if that happens, the Bills will be eager to take him off the board.

    The Bills have run Tyrod Taylor out of town, thanks to ownership incompetence, and now they’re stuck at quarterback. They almost have to be targeting a signal-caller at No. 10 overall, and if Trubisky isn’t here, it could easily be Pat Mahomes or Deshaun Watson.

  11. New Orleans Saints: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee
    The Saints are in desperate need of an edge rusher to play across from Cameron Jordan. I have to believe they would love it if Derek Barnett would fall to them at No. 11, as I’ve had him as high as fourth overall. That may have been a bit optimistic, but Barnett provides tremendous value at this spot.

    Barnett is an absolute stud, as he just set Tennessee’s all-time record for sacks over a career.

    Pick change; previously Reuben Foster, LB

  12. Cleveland Browns: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State
    The Browns have some of the worst secondary play in the NFL. In fact, it’s probably the absolute worst. There are problems both at cornerback and safety. Regarding the former, one of my readers called Joe Haden the “oldest 27-year-old on the planet” because of all the injuries he’s incurred over the years. Haden is no longer reliable, so Cleveland will have to think about finding a new No. 1 cornerback.

    Pick change; previously Marlon Humphrey, CB



  13. Arizona Cardinals: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson
    Larry Fitzgerald hasn’t announced his plans as far as returning to the NFL next season. He could very easily retire this spring, and if not, this upcoming year might be his last as a pro. Meanwhile, Michael Floyd was released for being an idiot. Arizona is suddenly in dire need of a receiver, so why not take the top prospect at the position in this class?

    Williams is a stud. He dominated the national championship, and he has drawn comparisons to Andre Johnson. The Titans and Buccaneers have strong interest in Mike Williams, but he won’t make it to their picks (Tennessee’s No. 18; not No. 5).

  14. Indianapolis Colts: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
    The Colts have a number of positions that they need to address on defense, and they also have some holes to fill on the offensive line. However, the top prospect on the board is Dalvin Cook, and he also fills a big need. Frank Gore is about to turn 34, and he’s not going to be very effective in the near future. Having a dynamic player like Cook in the backfield would be a huge boost for Andrew Luck.

    There are some character concerns with Cook, but new general manager Chris Ballard was with the Chiefs when they selected Marcus Peters, who also had off-the-field concerns. Peters worked out, so perhaps Ballard will ignore Cook’s issues.

    Pick change; previously Cam Robinson, OT



  15. Philadelphia Eagles: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida
    The Eagles are kicking themselves that they’ve missed out on Dalvin Cook and Mike Williams, who were taken in consecutive picks prior to this one. Either one would offer a much-needed massive upgrade to Philadelphia’s offense. It wouldn’t surprise me if the Eagles opted to move up for one of the two dynamic offensive play-makers.

    This, however, is not a bad consolation prize, as the Eagles get to take the No. 2 cornerback prospect in a loaded draft class. They have major problems at cornerback, but can remedy those issues by nailing this selection.

    Quincy Wilson doesn’t have much starting experience, but he was one of the nation’s top cornerbacks in 2016, so I have to imagine that some team in the top half of the first round will fall in love with his upside.

  16. Baltimore Ravens: Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama
    Ozzie Newsome loves his Alabama prospects, so I don’t think he’d hesitate to select Cam Robinson, if given the opportunity. This would make for two consecutive first-round picks on offensive tackles, but the position will need to be addressed if Ricky Wagner leaves via free agency, as expected. The Baltimore Sun reported that the Ravens aren’t likely to re-sign Wagner, so this is a logical replacement.

    Cam Robinson has battled some off-the-field issues, and there are mixed opinions about him amongst scouts and decision-makers. However, he’s talented, and he’s a bargain at No. 16 overall.

    Pick change; previously Marshon Lattimore, CB


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