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15 Deshaun Watson
22 Mitch Trubisky
34 Brad Kaaya
45 Patrick Mahomes II
59 DeShone Kizer
79 Davis Webb
93 Chad Kelly
108 Joshua Dobbs
137 Jerod Evans
172 Nathan Peterman
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2017 NFL Mock Draft #3: Fournette lands with Jaguars at #4

Consensus Mock Draft #3 | January 19, 2017 2:30 AM EST
  • Niners' gambit pays off: Mike Williams in RD1, Mitch Trubisky in RD2
  • Shades of EJ Manuel? Bills' selection of Watson is lone RD1 QB pick
  • Giants get biggest steal with Dalvin Cook at #23


1 Cleveland
Myles Garrett
    Texas A&M
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
262
Alternate Pick #1
Jamal Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

Myles Garrett is the top prospect in this class and the favorite to hear his name called first overall on April 27th. The Browns struggled to get pressure on the quarterback in 2016, and Garrett will immediately improve a pass rush that didn't see a single player get 20 QB pressures. New defensive coordinator Gregg Williams will be transitioning this team to a 4-3 scheme, in which 2015 second rounder and the top returning pass rusher, Emmanuel Ogbah will be a perfect fit on the strong side. Garrett would be ideal opposite Ogbah giving the Browns a terrific young pass-rushing duo moving forward. The Browns are still desperately searching for a franchise quarterback but without a player worthy of being selected this high, the best player available has to be the way to go. ~Austin Smith


2 San Francisco
Mike Williams
    Clemson
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Jamal Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Solomon Thomas

There is not much separation between QBs Watson, Trubisky, Kizer, Mahomes, or Kaaya, though some have elevated Watson and Trubisky above the rest. If you buy into the former theory, then it makes sense to grab Mike Williams here, because odds are high that at least one of the Big 5 will be there in RD2 for San Francisco.

In regards to the WR need, Torrey Smith has been woefully miscast as a WR1, and while Jeremey Kerley was a pleasant surprise, but he can't play outside and the fact that he led the team with 64 catches for 667 yards in 2016 should only bolster the case for taking Williams with the second pick.Officially listed at 6'3, 225lb the Clemson standout is an immediate-impact player and true WR1 who would also allow San Francisco to make the most of their big-money pass catchers like Smith and TE Vance McDonald. Williams can line up all over the formation, threaten all three levels of the field, and adjust to the ball in the air.

Williams missed nearly all of the 2015 season with a neck fracture caused by a collision with a goal post following a TD grab Week 1 against Wofford. Entering 2016, the question was if there would be any lingering effects of injury; Williams responded with a 9-catch, 173-yard game in the opener against Auburn, and finished 2016 with 98 catches 1361 yards and 11 TDs, including 8 for 96 and a TD against Alabama in the National Championship game. Here's Austin Smith's Scouting Report on Mike Williams.


3 Chicago
Jonathan Allen
    Alabama
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
272
Alternate Pick #1
Teez Tabor
Alternate Pick #2
Jamal Adams

One of the good things about being in the three spot of this draft is that it falls right after the Browns and the Niners - two teams who can be counted on to make a bad decision. This week the Niners oblige and reach for Mike Williams with All-World Everything DL Jonathan Allen sitting there. Sure, DeShaun Watson and Mitch Trubisky are getting alot of run in Bears Nation. It makes sense what with the human shrug emoji, Jay Cutler, set to depart this off-season. But patience is a virtue this year, and in this case will be rewarded with the draft's best player. Not convinced? Watch this and take note of the incredible combination of speed and power Allen brings to the table. Need more? Put this video on a loop. Ryan Pace is building a team, and that means adding All-Pro talent whereever you can get it. GMs who are slaves to roster needs find themselves out of work very quickly, and so far Pace has demonstrated that he is not going to be seduced into making that mistake. Leave that to the top-of-the-draft veterans above the Bears. This is the kind of pick that will help ensure Chicago won't find themselves in this position in the near future. ~Thomas Gersey, Bears Analyst


4 Jacksonville
Leonard Fournette
    LSU
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'1
Weight:
236
Alternate Pick #1
Cam Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Jamal Adams

We are continuing to mock Leonard Fournette to the Jaguars. However, Fournette is far from a lock. It is for this reason we'll be taking a peek at uber-Safeties Jamal Adams or fast-rising Malik Hooker in upcoming weeks. On the surface, the Jags don't seem to need RBs that badly; they have the serviceable combo of Chris Ivory (former Jets' 1,000-yard rusher) and TJ Yeldon in the house. Both had mediocre performances in 2017. Big-money FA Ivory tallied 117 carries/439 yards/3.8ypc with 3TD and 5FUM, and Yeldon 130/465/3.6/1TD/2FUM. We think with the right offensive philosophy (Congrats Nathaniel Hackett!), the incumbent JAX running game can move to the above-average ranks in 2017.

On the other hand, JAX does need Safety help with Jonathan Cyprien hitting the FA highway. Cyprien is a solid Box Safety, but lagged in deep coverage. At this point I'd be leaning toward SS Jamal Adams (Scouting Report), but FS Hooker (Scouting Report) is right there.

Just a few years ago RBs were considered commodities; teams wouldn't touch them in the first round as they were somewhat perceived as plug-n-play next-man-ups. Todd Gurley and most notably Zeke Elliott have changed the equation, at least for the elite-level RBs. Fournette compares favorably to Elliott; he'll be a guy to keep LBs and Safeties closer to the line, opening up the middle of the field for Bortles and his decent WRs. The logic to eschewing Adams/Hooker for Fournette is the quality of Safety prospects available on Day 2.


5 Tennessee
Teez Tabor
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
191
Alternate Pick #1
Marlon Humphrey
Alternate Pick #2
Jamal Adams

Dick LeBeau recently said that he's looking forward to returning to Tennessee in 2017. There's a lot to be excited about on the defensive side of the ball. The run defense finished second in the NFL in yards per game, holding teams to under 100 yards in 11 of their 16 games. Brian Orakpo finished with double-digit sacks (10.5) for the first time in his three years with the Titans. However, the pass defense finished 30th in the NFL and waived Perrish Cox midway through the season. Now the team has said they were impressed with rookie LeShaun Sims down the stretch, so he'll compete for a starting opportunity in 2017. But with our 2017 NFL Draft Big Board's third-overall player on the board still and Mike Williams gone, it's hard to pass on the top Cornerback in the rankings. Tabor has produced at a high level for multiple years at Florida (9 INT, 17 Passes Deflected), something Jon Robinson valued in his first draft last year.


6 NY Jets
Derek Barnett
    Tennessee
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
268
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Jamal Adams

With news that Jets' RG Brian Winters signed a new 4-year, $28M contract with $12M guaranteed, one has to wonder why former Jets' NT, Snacks Harrison was too expensive to keep last year. $7M a year seems quite expensive for an average and replaceable guy like Winters, especially when you consider we let the best run-stopping NT in the league walk for the same kind of money. It was plain for all to see the difference with and without Harrison (38 Sacks in '15, 27 Sacks in '16) the effect had serious ramifications for the guys he left behind. Confidence for this regime is at an all-time low for many fans but with head-scratching moves like this, confidence will dwindle even further. While Derek Barnett seems like a reach here at this stage, but when you break the school's Sack record formerly held by Hall of Fame pass rusher Reggie White, NFL teams are going to take notice. Should Barnett excel through the draft process, expect him to rise up teams' Big Boards.


7 LA Chargers
Jamal Adams
    LSU
    S
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Malik Hooker
Alternate Pick #2
Marlon Humphrey

For the third week in a row, our CMD has slotted Jamal Adams to the Bolts here in Round 1. This isn't much of a surprise, as Dwight Lowery is getting a bit long in the tooth and Jahleel Addae is facing free agency (albeit, as a restricted free agent). Without much in the way of depth behind these two, a safety makes a lot of sense. It will be interesting to see what direction GM Tom Telesco goes in his first draft with his new Head Coach, Anthony Lynn, but fortifying the defense should be a priority. In 2016 the Chargers once again featured a top 10 offense, but a bottom 5 defense when it comes to scoring. With hopefully the hiring of Gus Bradley, a well-respected defensive coordinator who should be hungry to prove himself after failing as a Head Coach, being announced soon, adding some talent to the areas that need it could lead to a quick turnaround for the defense. With Philip Rivers' window to win a championship closing, time is of the essence to put a contending team together.


8 Carolina
Ryan Ramczyk
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -15
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
314
Alternate Pick #1
Cam Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

In this simulation, Leonard Fournette and Jamal Adams are off the board. The Panthers could look to add Hooker to their team, but ultimately realize they have to protect their franchise player. Ryan Ramczyk is a special talent that is not getting attention from fans. However, at 6'6 and 315 lbs., he could anchor the Panthers' line for years to come. Should Oher return, they will figure out how to get the best five on the field. That would be a great problem to have.

Ryan Ramczyk did not give up a single pressure, much less a sack, in the first 100 pass plays that he was in the lineup at Wisconsin. Think about that! Watch some tape on Ramczyk and you'll see he finishes plays well. He has great reach and athleticism. Ramczyk did have hip surgery on January 5th and won't be able to participate at the Combine. Make no mistake in this scenario with all of these options; the Panthers will opt for protection over the available Hooker. ~@PanthersDrafter, Panthers Analyst


9 Cincinnati
Solomon Thomas
    Stanford
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
256
Alternate Pick #1
Demarcus Walker
Alternate Pick #2
Cam Robinson

After a tough season for Cincinnati it's time to regroup. It's no secret that one of the biggest disappointments this past season is the underachieving front 7. Getting to the QB just wasn't happening enough. The struggling unit even got troubled ratings from Pro Football Focus, with Michael Johnson getting the lowest at an awful 41.1. It's time to bring back some energy to the lackluster D-Line with new blood. Solomon Thomas is a "manimal" and can bring that needed spark. Dunlap didn't have a great season, but it was solid enough to land him in the Pro Bowl as an alternate and Gino is Gino, but a young player like Thomas can push for a position from the start of camp. Thomas may be a bit undersized, but he plays fearless and uses his quick hands to break free of blockers. His high-octane motor and nose for the ball makes him a QB's worst nightmare. He would definitely be an upgrade and could be a starter on Day One.


10 Buffalo
Deshaun Watson
    Clemson
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
210
Alternate Pick #1
Malik Hooker
Alternate Pick #2
Jabrill Peppers

The Bills' defense is pretty well-equipped for a McDermott/Frasier 4-3, with the exception of an early-round Safety, hopefully alongside A-Williams. Don't buy the early need for LB (you'll re-sign Z-Brown, get Ragland, and keep P-Brown) or CB (they'll franchise Gilmore, and they like Seymour and Roberson).

On offense, though, discussions with the new OC will likely focus on who's the best QB for a WCO/Spread system. Statistically, while Tyrod holds his own vs Super Bowl-winning QBs , GM Doug Whaley now has excellent leverage in re-negotiating Taylor's contract with Watson now in the fold. He gives the Bills a second championship-winner at football's most-important position.

Compared to Taylor, I especially like Watson's more-vocal leadership, accuracy on vertical leads (post routes, crossing routes), far-better (and more) throws over the middle, and superior zip into tight windows. Read PFF's August 2016 comparison of Watson and Cam Newton here. So, why tie up Tyrod? Taylor's worth keeping as the best-for-now vet option short of Romo/Rivers. He has elite athleticism, a calming, unruffled demeanor, and chemistry with healthy speedsters. Cardale's still raw, but he has that elite size, quick release, a rocket arm, and an intrepid demeanor. Between Tyrod, Deshaun, and Cardale, the Bills are far more likely to solve their QB dilemma for the short haul and down the road to the playoffs. If the Bills snare one of the top five Safeties in RD2, the McDowell era will have started off with a bang. Tweet me up! ~Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst


11 New Orleans
Malik McDowell
    Michigan State
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
260
Alternate Pick #1
Marlon Humphrey
Alternate Pick #2
Reuben Foster

The temptation to continue with the selection of Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey here is still very real. However, Malik McDowell provides some very intriguing possibilities for the Saints front seven. Lining him up all over the place in tandem with Cameron Jordan can exert even greater pressure on the opposing QB, something the Saints have lacked in recent years. Even though New Orleans managed to improve their run defense, jumping from near-worst (31st) in 2015 (129.4) to 14th (101.6) in 2016, there's always room for improvement there, as well. McDowell is one of top available at that selection. A CB like Humphrey is still a possibility here, as the secondary regressed in 2016 ( From 31st to dead-last), but part of that was due to a slew of injuries, especially to starters Williams and Breaux, who were out large chunks of the season. Keep in mind the Saints were only 25th-best against the pass back in 2014, so there is still work to be done. Having a healthy secondary with an improved, more versatile front seven could certainly help.


12 Cleveland
Malik Hooker
    Ohio St
    S
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
Mitch Trubisky
Alternate Pick #2
Jabrill Peppers

I've been very critical of this OL class, and while I have been predicting Cam Robinson here the past few weeks, there is a strong chance the Browns will have a better prospect available at #12. I do feel the addition of Robinson would have an immediate impact on their rushing attack, but this week I decided to go with a player that could help a secondary that was the third-worst at giving up big plays. In losing Tashaun Gipson last off-season, they lost a player with 14 interceptions in a 4-year span in Cleveland. They need a player like that on the back end that can not only stop big plays, but create a few himself. Hooker proved he could be that kind of player in his only year as a starter at Ohio State. While the Ed Reed comparisons are extremely exaggerated, Hooker does show the potential to grow into a ballhawk on the back end. His instincts are what have to develop once he gets into the NFL. If that happens, a pick this high will prove warranted for his services. ~Austin Smith


13 Arizona
Marlon Humphrey
    Alabama
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Jabrill Peppers
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

The Cardinals' defense ranked second in the league in yards allowed, giving up an average of just 305.2 yards/game. However, they were in the middle of the pack in both pass breakups (80 PDs to rank 20th in the NFL) and opponent completion percentage (62.89% to rank 16th). Patrick Peterson is arguably one of the league's top corners, but there are some question marks behind him on the depth chart. Marcus Cooper filled in nicely with 4 INTs in 2016, but will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. There's also been a lot of inconsistency in the performances of young CBs Brandon Williams and Justin Bethel.

GM Steve Keim could look to a talented group of corners that includes Florida's Teez Tabor, Ohio State's Marshon Lattimore, and Alabama's Marlon Humphrey. Humphrey has a tremendous combination of size, athleticism, and instincts. He's put those tools to good use, with 5 INTs and 13 PDs in the last two seasons. Declaring for the NFL after his redshirt sophomore season, Tabor also has plenty of room to develop. With Humphrey as a potential long-term running mate for Peterson, the Cards could build a pass defense that shines for years to come.


14 Indianapolis
Reuben Foster
    Alabama
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
241
Alternate Pick #1
Demarcus Walker
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

Colts' owner Jim Irsay tried. Give him credit. He tried. Didn't exactly follow the blueprint many others might've used, but he tried. Jon Gruden said, "No" (Allegedly) and Peyton Manning isn't certain he wants to re-join forces (allegedly) with the boss who tossed him to the side when it looked like "The Sheriff" was out of ammunition. Not without a piece of the pie, anyhow. A big piece of pie, no doubt. The Irsay young 'uns probably aren't liking that idea much. All of this is a far cry from the buttoned-down franchise of yesteryear. Well, at least it was up until last year at this time, when the owner incredibly allowed GM Grigson and HC Pagano to continue in their roles, with a talent-deficient roster full of question marks. A year later, the song remains the same.

In 2014, the Colts had the 18th-ranked rush defense in the league. Last year? 25th. In 2016, they allowed 2 yards less per game, but still finished 25th overall. If you can't get off the field defensively, you're likely not going to be successful in the NFL. Against the pass, the Colts ranked 12th best in 2014 (229.3), dropped to 26th in 2015 (257.1), and then fell another notch to 27th this season (262.5). Obviously, some of this is injuries, but just as obvious is the fact there's needed improvement on the roster. Other than adding pressure off the edge, ILB, CB, S and OL remain the biggest priorities for Indy. Alabama's solid 'backer Reuben Foster buttons down the pick for the Colts.


15 Philadelphia
Cam Robinson
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Corey Davis
Alternate Pick #2
JuJu Smith-Schuster

After weeks of selecting FSU RB Dalvin Cook at this spot, we're changing things up a bit this week and going with 'Bama's Cam Robinson, not only for variety's sake, but also to contemplate alternative methods of improving the Eagles' roster.

It is my opinion that Robinson's ultimate home in the NFL will be at Right Tackle. If there is a talented CB available (Marshon Lattimore), the Eagles would probably go that route over a career right tackle; however, it is important to remember that the most important position the Eagles need to address in this draft is Quarterback, as in Carson Wentz. Improving the secondary or defensive line is great, but what does that really accomplish if we can't keep our franchise QB upright and healthy (ranked 23rd in QB hits allowed), and developing at a quick rate (ranked 1st in WRs that should be playing in the CFL)? While I am a strong advocate for the "Best Player Available" Theory, there is an argument to be made for getting Wentz whatever help we can from this draft, even if it means bypassing a slightly-more-talented defensive player. Giving up all those picks last year to draft Wentz and then not getting him the protection and weapons he needs would be like going out and buying a new Ferrari, and then not bothering to change the oil in it. Tell me what you think, Eagles' fans! ~Broz, Eagles Analyst


16 Baltimore
Jabrill Peppers
    Michigan
    S
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
208
Alternate Pick #1
Dalvin Cook
Alternate Pick #2
Demarcus Walker

The Ravens' defense returned to the top-5 unit for which the team earned its notoriety in 2016, but there are still a few holes to be filled on that side of the ball. Their defensive backs were exposed too often, and the team could use an infusion of talent at inside linebacker next to CJ Mosley. Peppers would solve both problems with one pick. A new-age LB/S hybrid, or $LB as the position has begun to be called, Peppers can line up in the box in nickel situations and can be a versatile strong safety in base. Peppers may drop in the draft because of his lack of a true position, but all it will take to get picked as high as the top-ten is one defensive-minded organization to be convinced they can make him the next Charles Woodson. Peppers also excels on special teams, and to a team like the Ravens that relies so heavily on their special-teams backgrounds (Harbaugh was a former ST coordinator in Philadelphia and current ST coordinator Jerry Rosburg is considered one of the most inventive in the league), Peppers has added value. If you stop and ask yourself, what do the Ravens, and more importantly, Ozzie Newsome, preach? Versatility, toughness, athleticism, and special teams. The one player that embodies those tenants more than any other player in the 2017 NFL Draft, you might inquire? Why none other than Mr. Jabrill Peppers, old chap!

Traded Round 1 Picks:
Tennessee gets Los Angeles R1 Pick (2016 Draft trade)
Cleveland gets Philadelphia R1 Pick (2016 Draft trade)

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10 Jabrill Peppers
Michigan
S
13 Malik McDowell
Michigan St
DL3T
23 Ryan Ramczyk
Wisconsin
OT
28 Desmond King
Iowa
CB
30 TJ Watt
Wisconsin
EDGE
37 Taco Charlton
Michigan
EDGE
38 Dan Feeney
Indiana
OG
39 Chris Wormley
Michigan
DL5T
44 Jourdan Lewis
Michigan
CB
47 Dawuane Smoot
Illinois
EDGE
48 Jaleel Johnson
Iowa
DL1T
57 Ryan Glasgow
Michigan
DL5T
60 Amara Darboh
Michigan
WRF
62 Raekwon McMillan
Ohio State
ILB
89 Anthony Walker
Northwestern
ILB
106 Caroll Phillips
Illinois
EDGE
127 Montae Nicholson
Michigan St
S
129 Erik Magnuson
Michigan
OT
134 Hardy Nickerson Jr
Illinois
OLB
141 Corey Clement
Wisconsin
RBF
143 Chunky Clements
Illinois
DL5T
145 Garret Sickels
Penn St
EDGE
162 Jake Butt
Michigan
TE
163 Channing Stribling
Michigan
CB
185 C.J. Beathard
Iowa
QB
204 Demetrious Cox
Michigan St
CB
206 Riley Bullough
Michigan St
ILB
209 Jehu Chesson
Michigan
WRF
216 Bart Houston
Wisconsin
QB
217 Ralph Green III
Indiana
DL1T
220 Chris Godwin
Penn St
WRF
222 Vince Biegel
Wisconsin
OLB
227 Darius Hamilton
Rutgers
EDGE
230 Josiah Price
Michigan St
TE
232 Kyle Kalis
Michigan
OG
251 Jalen Myrick
Minnesota
CB
269 Ben Gedeon
Michigan
ILB
271 De'Veon Smith
Michigan
RBF
284 Ben Braden
Michigan
OG
286 Nate Gerry
Nebraska
S
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