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2017 NFL Mock Draft #8: Heading into Combine, Browns continue to roll with Garrett, Robinson and the BAQB in RD2

Consensus Mock Draft #8 (Compensatory picks added) | February 25, 2017 2:40 AM EST
  • Compensatory Roundup: Steelers add RB Gallman, TE Sprinkle with new RD3 picks
  • More: Seahawks' RD3 Comps: OT Holden, DE Smoot
  • Falcons comp'ed with 'Bama DE Ryan Anderson


1 Cleveland
Myles Garrett
    Texas A&M
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
262
Alternate Pick #1
Marlon Humphrey
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

We are about a week away from the Combine, where Garrett is expected to steal the show. That should cement his place at the top of this draft. At over 6'5 and 260 pounds, he is rumored to be pushing to run under a 4.5 forty. He is also expected to jump near 40 inches, which would make him one of the best all-around athletes in this draft. Pair that with a three-year career that few in this draft can match, and this pick becomes a no-brainer. Garrett has the potential to be one of the top edge rushers in football, and competing against a player like Joe Thomas in training camp will help him make that potential a reality. Competing against Thomas will be the toughest test he faces as a rookie, and with Andrew Whitworth testing Free Agency, and Ronnie Stanley and Alejandro Villanueva both coming off less-than-stellar seasons, it may prepare him for an impressive rookie year. ~Austin Smith


2 San Francisco
Jonathan Allen
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
291
Alternate Pick #1
Mike Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Solomon Thomas

Last week, we reached to the 49ers' most glaring need, taking UNC QB Mitch Trubisky with the second pick. This week, we turn to a true "best-player-available" approach, and land Alabama's versatile defensive lineman: Jonathan Allen. Despite having spent first-round picks on Defensive Linemen in the last two drafts, the 49ers still finished dead last, both in team defense and against the run in 2016.

Allen's work ethic and dedication to his craft is exceptional. The 6'3 Allen added nearly 30 pounds to his frame in three years at Alabama, though you'd hardly know it from the way he moves. Then, despite being projected as a likely RD1 pick in the 2016 draft, he returned to school to refine the flaws in his game. Allen was already a known commodity as a pass rusher, but proved to be stout against the run as well in 2016.

Allen would provide the 49ers with a quality edge-setter on early downs, with the ability to stay on the edge or kick inside on passing downs. His rare blend of size, athleticism, and technique make him a problem for opposing offenses, regardless of where he lines up in Robert Saleh's four-man front. Without a Quarterback or Wide Receiver truly worthy of this pick, Allen must receive heavy consideration from the 49ers' front office.


3 Chicago
Jamal Adams
    LSU
    S
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Marlon Humphrey
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

The Chicago defense would do well to take inspiration from the football chants of the alma mater of teammate Ben Braunecker, whose Harvard faithful implored the Crimson to "Repel them, repel them, make them relinquish the ball!" In 2016, the one-time Monsters of the Midway suddenly couldn't force their opponents to give up the ball with a drone strike. As recently as 2012, the Bears boasted a +20 turnover margin. In 2015, that number was down to -5 and in 2016 it was -20. The pass rush did improve, as did the overall defensive performance, but the secondary was abysmal, picking off a whopping 8 passes, good for second-to-last in the league.

Amazingly, the team that brought us the Peanut Punch outdid that awfulness by finishing dead-last with 3 fumble recoveries. Say all you want about the gaping hole at QB, but this team is in desparate need of playmakers. Specifically, the Bears need a dynamic athlete to replace any member of the puppet show that currently occupies the defensive backfield. Adams is a ferocious hitter who takes the fastest route to eliminate a ball carrier, be they behind the line or in the flat. He is also smart in coverage, showing strong balance, a nose for breaking up screens, and the strength and length to match up with Tight Ends. With his athleticism and leadership, he would be a great fit for this team and this town.


4 Jacksonville
Derek Barnett
    Tennessee
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -7
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
268
Alternate Pick #1
Leonard Fournette
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

Jaguars' owner Shad Khan has apparently lost his legendary patience in Jacksonville, and it promises to be a turbulent season as far as the roster is concerned. Early news has the Jaguars releasing OT Kelvin Beachum and DE Jared Odrick, while trying to acquire OT Brandon Albert. As far as the draft is concerned, it will likely remain a best-player-available proposition with a leaning toward the defensive line, with Odrick gone and Dante Fowler Jr. not panning out as hoped. Myles Garrett seems to be regarded as the "sexiest" choice available at that position, with the more-versatile Jonathan Allen considered the "safest" option. Both are previously taken in this draft simulation, so the Jags' choice is made easy.

Tennessee Volunteer DE Derek Barnett actually tested much better athletically as a recruit than Garrett, and produced better college stats than Allen, despite playing one less season. He seems to be a solid combination of the best features of those two, and is the youngest as well. More importantly, he produced superior production against top SEC opponents than either of the others. Physically, Derek is very similar to Fowler Jr., the Jags' top pick two years ago whom he will complement (or compete with as the case may be) as an edge rusher. However, Barnett was much more impactful over his three-year college career than Dante (drafted third overall in 2015), with more than twice as many sacks and nearly double the tackles for loss. It won't take much for Barnett to be more effective at the NFL level either, as Fowler owns just 2.5 sacks to date. With 2016 RD3 pick Yannick Ngakoue providing the only semblance of pressure up front for the Jaguars last season with 8 sacks, there should be ample opportunity for a rookie to step right into the defensive line rotation as a regular.


5 Tennessee
Marlon Humphrey
    Alabama
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Marshon Lattimore
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Williams

Significant strides were taken in 2016 in Nashville. Tennessee finished over .500 for the first time since 2011. Obviously, the biggest factor was the offense, with the second-year development of Marcus Mariota and the addition of DeMarco Murray. On the defensive side of the ball, though, the run defense went from middle of the pack in 2015 to allowing the second-least yards per game in the NFL. However, the pass defense was absolutely awful. In fact, awful doesn't even BEGIN to describe it . Fortunately, between the free agents that will be available and the depth of this year's secondary draft class, they will have multiple opportunities to address the issue.

Marlon Humphrey is the top-rated cornerback in this year's draft class and the fourth-ranked player on the DraftTek Big Board . Humphrey can play against both the pass and run (36 tackles, 5 passes deflected, 2 interceptions in 2016) and will compete to see the field immediately.


6 NY Jets
Malik Hooker
    Ohio St
    S
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
Marshon Lattimore
Alternate Pick #2
Leonard Fournette

The play of the Jets' starting Safeties has been subpar in 2016. While not the most pressing need, from a BPA perspective, someone like Malik Hooker would be a nice addition to the roster. The Jets have some very good depth at Safety: Ronald Martin, Rontez Miles, and Doug Middleton have performed pretty well with limited snaps in 2015, but I'm not convinced any of those guys are ready to step up and become starter just yet. Marcus Gilchrist has not really performed to a high enough standard to be an automatic starter in 2017. Couple this with the fact that he is due to earn $7.375M and the Jets may look for an upgrade. Calvin Pryor has also disappointed, not really making that much of a major jump from his rookie season. His saving grace is that he is still on his rookie contract and not counting much against the Cap. Two upcoming Free Agents who graded very well with PFF last season are Cardinals' Safety duo Tony Jefferson (88.6) and D.J Swearinger (86.1). There may be a chance that Todd Bowles will look to reunite with one of his former players.


7 LA Chargers
Mike Williams
    Clemson
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Leonard Fournette
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

Since 2010, there have been 8 wide receivers drafted in the first ten picks of the NFL draft: Amari Cooper, Kevin White, Sammy Watkins, Mike Evans, Tavon Austin, Justin Blackmon, AJ Green, and Julio Jones. If you give Kevin White an incomplete grade, as he looks every bit the part of an NFL wide receiver but he just can't stay healthy, you have a pretty decent hit rate among this group for at least a B+ pick. Only Justin Blackmon was a complete bust, and that had nothing to do with his skill level. Looking at their rookie years, this group collectively has averaged 13 starts, 61 receptions, 915 yards, and 7 touchdowns... not too shabby, if I do say so myself. Though averages are what they are, this paints a decent picture of what can be expected of a highly-touted rookie wideout. All-in-all, it's not too hard to project a player like Mike Williams to have a similar impact in his first professional season, and that type of performance would make a significant impact on a team in need of one more play maker.


8 Carolina
Leonard Fournette
    LSU
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Dalvin Cook

Victor Cruz visits Carolina, the Combine is coming up and Free Agency is around the corner. Hope springs eternal. The optimist in me will point out that we lost six games by three points or less, all while having an unbelievable run of bad luck with major contributors missing significant time. Those close games are the ones they won in 2015. True, this team definitely needs help at Defensive End, Offensive Tackle and at Safety. However, the bottom line is this team wins when they run the ball well. A big, bruising running back that reminds many of a combination of Herschel Walker and Adrian Peterson could be sitting right there for the taking.

A big tackle is tough to pass on; however, if they sign a couple of ~Free Agent Tackles the Panthers would be free to grab Fournette here. Clady and Albert joining the group recently only adds to that strategy. By picking Fournette, Cam Newton instantly gets better. They need opposing linebackers to fear the run again. This former high school track star coming in at 6'1 and 236 lbs. is just what this team needs to win the close ones and maybe help Victor Cruz give Salsa lessons in Carolina. ~@PanthersDrafter, Panthers Analyst


9 Cincinnati
Corey Davis
    W Michigan
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Takkarist McKinley

The Bengals have several needs, including help on the defensive front. Cincinnati may strongly consider an elite edge rusher here, but it might be too much to pass up a special and talented player like Davis. Cincy had a rough year offensively, to say the least. Getting Eifert and Gio back will be a big help, but adding a gifted playmaker like Corey Davis is just exciting. Lining him up next to AJ Green, Tyler Eifert, and Tyler Boyd is scary.

The Bengals never completely overcame the loss of Jones and Sanu last season. Boyd was solid and will be a certain contributor, but Davis is an absolute playmaker and nightmare to cover. He's an incredible athlete with a strong physical frame. His ability to adjust to the ball and talent for adding yards after the catch are superb. Davis's greatest attribute is his ridiculous catch radius. Davis's hands are strong, and his concentration is amazing, making 50-50 balls his own. He will need to clean up his route running, but Green and Company will be grateful for his ability to draw coverage away from them, opening up the Bengal passing attack once again. The lack of depth will allow Davis to come in and compete right away. He'll get a lot of reps and with a good camp could make a huge impact next season.


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

I've tweeted a lot recently (must be the flaxseed), providing possible excuses for Tyrod's suitability for a WCO/Spread/Bootleg system. While I'm okay with keeping Tyrod for the WCO, let's put excuses aside for the moment. The flaws in Tyrod's game are Deshaun's strengths: vocal leadership, accuracy on vertical leads (post routes, crossing routes), far-better throws over the middle, and superior zip into NFL-sized windows. While with the Panthers, McDermott had to deal with Cam Newton in practice every day. Be sure you read PFF's August 2016 comparison of Watson and Cam Newton here. Last Saturday, the Bills' jet landed at the nearest airport to Clemson. RD1s Watson and Mike Williams weren't there, but the Clemson coaches were. One of those two would work well with Sammy Watkins. If Watson falls to #10, expect him to pair with Cardale Jones as dual National Championship-winning QBs in Buffalo. ~Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst


11 New Orleans
Reuben Foster
    Alabama
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
240
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

Tak McKinley, Solomon Thomas or a top 10 guy that slides down could very likely go here at the Saints's #11 selection, but Reuben Foster remains the selection once again for New Orleans. Recent news of a surgery of a torn rotator cuff might play a role in his ultimate draft position. Teams will need decide further after learning the full extent of his post-op prognosis.

Beyond that, he is certain to lose all opportunities to prepare during rookie mini-camp and a huge chunk of off-season workouts with the team. The top need overall for New Orleans is a pass-rusher and may find that taking a chance on a guy like Tak McKinley is more palatable than ILB. There's certainly a chance the Saints opt to go for someone like Ohio State's Marshon Lattimore, who tumbled down to the Redskins at #17 in this edition of our CMD.

Prior to the medical news on Foster, most scouts agreed that Foster has all the intangibles, athleticism and IQ to run a defense in the NFL. He certainly can help the Saints claw their back into at least the statistical middle of the league on defense. The past few years have seen them steadily remain in the lower tier of NFL defenses, including 27th in total defense last season.


12 Cleveland
Cam Robinson
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Mitch Trubisky
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

I am still searching for the right fit here but I am becoming less convinced that Robinson will be the pick. For starters, Mitch Trubisky is likely to have plenty of first-round buzz after working out and interviewing with teams. Unless the Browns follow through on their interest in Jimmy Garappolo, they need to consider Trubisky with this pick. They will also have to consider another defender here. The top 10 should be heavy on defenders, but if a player that Cleveland feels should already be off the board falls here, doubling up on defense isn't out of the question. In this case, I believe Solomon Thomas could be that player. I personally think he would be a great fit as a three-technique. Adding Garrett and he to the likes of Danny Shelton and Emmanuel Ogbah would give this team one of the best, youngest defensive lines in the NFL. ~Austin Smith


13 Arizona
Jabrill Peppers
    Michigan
    S
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
208
Alternate Pick #1
John Ross
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

We've seen a lot of wide receivers, corners, and quarterbacks mocked to the Cardinals in the last several weeks, but there's a strong possibility that Arizona could look to Safety in the early rounds. Tyrann Mathieu and Tyvon Branch have struggled to stay healthy. Tony Jefferson and D.J. Swearinger are scheduled to hit Free Agency. The latest rumors are that Jefferson will command a salary in the neighborhood of $7 million/year and is unlikely to sign again with Arizona. If Jefferson bolts, there should be some attractive replacement options on the board in RD1.

While the best-case scenario would be a draft-day slide from Jamal Adams or Malik Hooker, Jabrill Peppers could be an intriguing option, as well. Peppers is perhaps the most polarizing prospect at this point in evaluation. Some see him as a versatile playmaker that racked up 111 tackles, 18.5 TFL, and 3 sacks as a safety, linebacker, and slot corner over the past two years. Others see him as a 'tweener that doesn't have a true position. He lacks elite ball skills with just 11 PDs and 1 INT in his collegiate career. Arizona's interest in Peppers will likely hinge on whether they believe he can consistently produce as a true safety, since they already have a hybrid in $LB Deone Bucannon. If Peppers can come close to recreating his impact on games at the next level, he could be a versatile weapon for a creative DC like James Bettcher.


14 Indianapolis
Takkarist McKinley
    UCLA
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
258
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

The early moves from W. 56th St. in Indianapolis (Colts HQ complex) have been few so far, but new GM Chris Ballard is surely finalizing what will be the most important off-season for this franchise since they drafted Peyton Manning in 1998. There is near 100% certainty that defense will get significant (if not the vast majority of) attention, and an estimated cap space in excess of $50 million will likely be directed towards some key free agents in the coming weeks. But the new GM has also stated he prefers building for the future, through the draft.

Until we actually witness what Free Agency looks like in Ballard's first year at the helm in Indy, this CMD will once again see UCLA's Takkarist McKinley as the RD1 selection for the Colts. However, don't rule out the possibility that Haason Reddick makes an incredible jump up to this pick for Indianapolis. Just sayin'.

The other concern for Ballard and DC Ted Monachino will be whether they truly believe Tak can make a difference as a 3-4 edge rusher, or if they're even willing to take the time needed for development. They need a pass rusher yesterday. McKinley represents very raw but very solid potential off the edge for the Colts, but he's only shown a year of top production and is still "wet behind the ears" at this juncture. Currently ranked at #20 overall on our DraftTek Big Board, McKinley's work ethic and background help provide strong examples of both his character and determination to succeed.


15 Philadelphia
Ryan Ramczyk
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
314
Alternate Pick #1
John Ross
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

If Philly pulled the trigger on OT Ryan Ramczyk on April 27, it surely would inspire all those Ricky Williams-loving Eagles fans that booed a young Donovan McNabb on national TV to break from their daily routine (living in disappointed parents' basements; single-handedly keeping the Ramen noodle and Cheetos industries thriving) to boo and complain.

Although most Eagles' fans are looking squarely at CB or WR for their RD1 pick, it says here that OT and DE are every bit as important to consider (assuming a legit WR is added in Free Agency). Knowing that DE Connor Barwin is not likely to return, Solomon Thomas could easily have been the pick here. Also, due to extreme need and immense talent, Marshon Lattimore was strongly considered.

In the end, this pick comes down to supporting Carson Wentz. Jason Peters has one year left (at most), and we all saw how the Eagles played WITH two good tackles (5-1) and WITHOUT two good tackles (2-8) due to the Lane Johnson suspension. Ramczyk is the only tackle worth considering at pick 15. Considering the talent he faced, it's worth mentioning his 2016 Sacks Allowed stat again (zero). If not for his hip surgery, I have no doubt he would be a Top-10 selection, and from what I have heard and read, there is not a great deal of concern regarding his future health. Ramczyk could start at Guard from Day One, and then slide to tackle when Peters moves on. ~Brozer, Eagles Analyst


16 Baltimore
Solomon Thomas
    Stanford
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
275
Alternate Pick #1
Marshon Lattimore
Alternate Pick #2
Dalvin Cook

Ozzie knows how to evaluate "football players", and has proven time and time again that he is among the best at identifying prospects who excel at playing the game but may lack one or two of the prototypical measurables (see: Suggs, Terrell). NFL Scouts are a little concerned about the Stanford product's lack of ideal size, but when the ball is snapped Solomon Thomas makes plays. That is a quality the Baltimore Ravens desperately need on defense. Four players on the unit finished with more than a pair of sacks. Only two of those will be under the age of 33 when the 2017 season kicks off. While Matt Judon and Timmy Jernigan show promise, Za'Darius Smith took a significant step back, and Thomas has instant impact potential. As for other possibilities, Corner is the top overall need along with receiver, while running back could factor in here, as well. Marshon Lattimore would be tough to pass up, and O.J. Howard is a special talent that will at least merit discussion.

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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Big Board Rankings
O/A Rank Big 10 Conference
Top-40 Players
Psn
10 Jabrill Peppers
Michigan
S
15 Ryan Ramczyk
Wisconsin
OT
21 Jourdan Lewis
Michigan
CB
22 Malik McDowell
Michigan St
DL5T
33 Taco Charlton
Michigan
EDGE
39 Chris Wormley
Michigan
DL5T
50 T.J. Watt
Wisconsin
EDGE
60 Amara Darboh
Michigan
WRF
62 Dan Feeney
Indiana
OG
66 Desmond King
Iowa
CB
92 Raekwon McMillan
Ohio State
ILB
94 Jaleel Johnson
Iowa
DL1T
102 Anthony Walker
Northwestern
ILB
105 Erik Magnuson
Michigan
OT
121 Dawuane Smoot
Illinois
EDGE
134 Montae Nicholson
Michigan St
S
140 Hardy Nickerson Jr
Illinois
OLB
141 Ryan Glasgow
Michigan
DL3T
146 Jake Butt
Michigan
TE
148 Channing Stribling
Michigan
CB
151 Corey Clement
Wisconsin
RBF
166 C.J. Beathard
Iowa
QB
178 Demetrious Cox
Michigan St
CB
194 Riley Bullough
Michigan St
ILB
195 Vince Biegel
Wisconsin
EDGE
207 Josiah Price
Michigan St
TE
210 Bart Houston
Wisconsin
QB
214 Jehu Chesson
Michigan
WRF
216 Kyle Kalis
Michigan
OG
230 Caroll Phillips
Illinois
EDGE
244 Jalen Myrick
Minnesota
CB
249 Chris Godwin
Penn St
WRF
255 Ben Gedeon
Michigan
ILB
257 Ben Braden
Michigan
OG
258 De'Veon Smith
Michigan
RBF
264 Marcus Oliver
Indiana
ILB
280 Cole Croston
Iowa
OT
281 Nate Gerry
Nebraska
S
282 Garret Sickels
Penn St
EDGE
283 Devine Redding
Indiana
RBF
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