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2017 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32

Consensus Mock Draft #12 | March 22, 2017 01:30 AM EST

17 Washington
Jabrill Peppers
    Michigan
    S
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
213
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Malik McDowell
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

Albert Breer recently released a reportdetailing the dysfunction inside the Redskins' organization. While the report was quite disturbing, it essentially detailed what was already suspected. However, one nugget that had been previously unreported were problems involving rookie LB (and future SS) Su'a Cravens. He reportedly refused to play through a somewhat routine biceps injury and then did not show up for treatment before the last game. Will this kind of behavior continue, or is it just a case of a rookie player not yet understanding how to play through pain?

If, in fact, Su'a has fallen out of favor in Washington, his replacement might be found in Jabrill Peppers. Similar athletes with similar Swiss-Army-Knife skillsets, Peppers would be inserted into the lineup in place of Cravens. While this may seem like an unfortunate pick to have to make for Washington, there is no mistaking that Peppers has the football IQ and athletic ability to be a difference maker in the NFL. Whether it be at LB, as a slot CB, or at SS, Cravens will have a strong NFL career if he lands with a creative defensive coach. Who knows, maybe Cravens and Peppers would share the field at the same time, creating one of the more dynamic, fast, athletic interior LB/SS combinations in the NFL.


18 Tennessee
David Njoku
    Miami (FL)
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
246
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Jourdan Lewis

With so much emphasis placed on Defense in Free Agency so far, it really opens up the Draft for Titans GM Jon Robinson to upgrade the talent surrounding their young QB. With Mike Williams already on board with the 5th pick of this weeks' CMD, we give Marcus Mariota another weapon to work with here, in the shape of TE, David Njoku. The Miami Junior had an impressive final season for the Hurricanes, hauling in 43 catches and 8 TD's. His natural athletic ability was on display for all to see at the combine, posting a time of 4.64 in the 40 and notching 21 Reps in the Bench Press. It was also no surprise to see the former National High Jump Champion perform well in both the Broad (133) and Vertical (37.5) jumps. Njoku hails from a family of achievers, he's the seventh of nine children born to Nigerian immigrants. His older brother Innocent is a neurosurgeon; his older sisters are a medical student and a biomedical engineer. His younger brother Evidence is a 6'6" WR who just signed with the 'Canes. The youngest, Charles, is I quote David: "better than both of us". With his pro Day just around the corner (29th March), expect Titans Scouts to be in attendance, for a second look at one of the best TE's in this year's Draft.


19 Tampa Bay
Dalvin Cook
    Florida St
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
206
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Christian McCaffrey
Alternate Pick #2
Taco Charlton

Much has happened with the Bucs since Drafttek last featured comments. So much so that ProFootballFocus.com has tabbed the team as one of five "Free Agency Winners". With key fills at Safety (Wilcox), WR (Jackson), and DT/NT (Baker), the draft water becomes more muddied.

Despite what DeSean Jackson wants, his signing lessens the likelihood of drafting John Ross (who happens to be available in this DRAFTSIM). Another guy the Bucs covet, who won't be available, is multi-talented TE O.J. Howard. Some drafts out there in the mock-verse are sidling up to David Njoku as a proxy for Howard, but we feel that the RRR (risk/reward ratio) favors waiting until Day 2 for a TE, given the deep class.

For an immediate impact, the choice needs to be Ross or Florida State RB Dalvin Cook. Certainly fans would be excited (I would be for sure!) about the prospect of lining up 4.2 Ross on the same field with Jackson and Mike Evans - we'd purchase season tickets in droves - but Cook would also add that level of excitement from the backfield.

Cook combines speed (4.49) and strength (22 bench reps) with game-proven elusiveness. Our updated scouting report on Cook provides video and a Combine spider-graph. It's possible that Cook's injury history could shift Licht's focus toward Christian McCaffery, who has been moving up the boards with an outstanding Combine. The Bucs still holds high-priced, low-producing (2.9 ypc), PED-suspended Doug Martin under contract. The team is saying supportive things about Martin, but teams always do that.


20 Denver
Garett Bolles
    Utah
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
296
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Malik McDowell
Alternate Pick #2
John Ross

The Broncos have done a tremendous job improving their offensive line with limited funds. I have gone on record of saying that pursuing Tony Romo is pointless if they don't build an offensive line that can protect him. Having said that, there is still one last hole to fill at left tackle. While Bolles has some question marks, he is the best suited player in this draft to play on the left side due to his exceptional athleticism. Some of the athletic tight ends may be tempting here, but unless they bring in someone to protect the quarterback's backside, the investment in Romo is not warranted. Bolles may have struggles early but with time, he has the ability to be a special player both in the run game and in pass protection. ~Austin Smith


21 Detroit
Taco Charlton
    Michigan
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
277
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Charles Harris
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

If this was based on talent alone, Taco Charlton is a top 10 pick. He has a similar physical mold to Chandler Jones, who this past off-season signed a mind blowing 82.5-million-dollar contract. While some people will be quick to point out only a modest college career, what can't be overstated is the sheer athletic ability that few rushers have.

Charlton had the type of college career that can be summed up as a work in progress. He never obtained double digit in sacks with 9.5 being his highest. That's due to playing in a three-man front until he exploded onto the scene in 2016 when switched to a four-man front. Most three-man fronts require taking on double-teams which Charlton struggled with due to pad level; however, every part of Taco Charlton's game is coachable. He fits perfectly into the Lions plan to relieve some pressure off Zeke and Kerry Hyder. Remember, Hyder started the year with 6 sacks and gassed out with 8 while Zeke only managed 2 sacks while battling injury all year. Having an abysmal 26 sacks is not going to work with that one Green Bay quarterback around; hopefully, Charlton can help the Lions challenge in the North.


22 Miami
Forrest Lamp
    W Kentucky
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
309
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Jourdan Lewis

The Dolphins made quite the splash in Free Agency with the signings of multiple veteran players. Re-signing Kenny Stills was a must and adding TE Julius Thomas was a crucial move that puts the Dolphins offense closer to reaching the next level. Defensively, the Dolphins re-signed DE Andre Branch and found the much-needed upgrade at LB with the addition of Lawrence Timmons. Prior to Free Agency, it looked as though the Dolphins were in an all-out defensive approach heading into this year's Draft. But filling most of their holes on the Defensive side, they are now in position to draft the best available player on either side.

With the loss of Brandon Albert, the Dolphins are forced to slide Laremy Tunsil to Left Tackle leaving a new hole at Left Guard. Tunsil looks to be an upgrade from Albert but the question becomes who will replace Tunsil. Even with the addition of Ted Larsen and the re-signing of Bushrod the Dolphins most glaring need is at the Guard position. Looking to the Draft to find a Guard is a big possibility and the Dolphins may have a shot at the versatile O-line prospect out of Western Kentucky. Forrest Lamp had a great showing at the combine and despite having played Tackle in college is better suited to play Guard at the NFL level. ~Woodrow Sweet, Dolphins Analyst


23 NY Giants
Christian McCaffrey
    Stanford
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
5'11
Weight:
202
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Cam Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Evan Engram

The Giants' running game was one of the worst in the league in 2016 and with the release of veteran Rashad Jennings, they will need to replenish the stable via the upcoming draft and/or Free Agency. Other than 2016 fifth round steal Paul Perkins, the Giants still have veteran Shane Vereen, though his past injury-plagued second season with Big Blue was a disappointment. Christian McCaffrey is a versatile all-around playmaker with NFL bloodlines who brings an exceptional college resume with him to the NFL.

While there are questions on the load he can carry and the scheme in which he is best suited, there is no doubt he possesses game changing abilities that can energize a Giants' rushing attack that ranked 29th in rushing yards per game in 2016. His advanced route running and receiving skills would be an added weapon to the team's arsenal of pass catchers. The former Stanford Cardinal also adds value as a return man and rightfully earns the "jack-of-all-trades" tag. Big Blue are no strangers to the McCaffrey's, drafting his father Ed with the 83rd pick in the 1991 NFL Draft. In 2017, they happily add another McCaffrey to the mix.


24 Oakland
Malik McDowell
    Michigan St
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
295
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Jourdan Lewis

I feel like I expect Reggie to trade down more than is merited, but this is a spot where it would make a lot of sense. Though McDowell rates as a solid value at #24, I doubt the fan base would be thrilled with the selection. While there is certainly plenty of spin coming out of the Combine, there has to be concern about the rumored poor interviews as well as the supposed less-than-stellar work ethic. The former Spartan is also a similar player- big, athletic, end/tackle tweener-type, who underperformed his natural ability- as Oakland's last two 2nd round selections Mario Edwards and Jihad Ward. Desperate for DT- and DL in general- help- the Raiders could take a risk on the high-ceilinged McDowell, but he may be a higher risk than a ready-to-win-now Raiders team can afford.

If Reggie sticks with the board as well as this offseason's theme ("Christmas Presents for Derek"), John Ross could be an intriguing surprise selection- though that is doubtful. A trio of pass rushers- Harris, Lawson, and McKinley- could be targeted. Quincy Wilson makes a lot of sense as well. However, what I'm hoping for if the Draft plays out this way is a trade down a few spots to add a late round pick. That said, there are a host of possibilities, but Malik McDowell makes the most sense at #24, albeit by a small margin.





25 Houston
Deshaun Watson
    Clemson
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
210
Original CMD#10 Pick:
DeShone Kizer
Alternate Pick #2
Budda Baker

The Texans are commended for their creativity in getting out of Osweiler's contract through an NBA style salary dump. Brock is not made for Houston and his $16 million cap figure crippled the Team's options. Entering the offseason Houston had two major weaknesses, QB and RT. Although since the Brockbuster departed for Cleveland, the leagues #1 defense watched three starters leave (Bouye, Demps, Simon) and may lose another one to retirement (Wilfork).

After losing our starting CB and S, Obi Melifonwu could potentially fill both rolls, but this DB class is deep and the Brown's extra 4th rounder may come in handy for the secondary. A healthy JJ Watt will have an impactful return; however he doesn't play any of the positions lost to FA. Clowney's dominating performance at DE leads me to believe he will play DE more than OLB, meaning the Texans have a vacant starting OLB spot opposite Mercilus. TJ Watt has all of the tools and intangibles to be great in the NFL, not to mention I heard a "rumor" he has pretty good blood lines.

Other than an elite prospect slipping on draft day, if Deshaun Watson is on the board the Texans can't afford to pass on him. I believe Watson will be long gone by pick 25. Based on film study of the past two seasons, Watson is superior to the draft's other QB prospects IMO. Personally, the only other QBs I would touch in the top three rounds are Mahomes and Webb. ~CME, Texans Analyst


26 Seattle
John Ross
    Washington
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
196
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Gareon Conley

What a coup it would be for John Ross to fall to Seattle at the end of RD1. Receiver isn't nearly as a big of a need as OL or CB, but another year of Jermaine Kearse getting 80+ targets is less than ideal. With Tyler Lockett returning from a gruesome injury, Ross also provides depth at return man. This would leave Seattle with three starting receivers under 6' tall, but pairing them with Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson is where they get length when split out wide.

Let's start with the obvious discussion point; John Ross isn't fast, he's electricity personified. Ross claimed he was experiencing muscle cramps in his calf prior to running a 4.22 in the 40-yard dash. That's faster than Chris Johnson's Combine time and close to mythical anecdotes of Bo Jackson. It's so fast he should have been given an island. Outside of speed, Ross is a quality receiver. He gets separation by being able to run an advanced route tree and exploding out of cuts. His hands could use some work but giving him a mentor like Doug Baldwin could enable Ross to take the next step and ascend to NFL stardom at supersonic speed. ~ @JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


27 Kansas City
Zach Cunningham
    Vanderbilt
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -25
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
230
Original CMD#10 Pick:
DeShone Kizer
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

I've maintained a "grab" on Zach Cunningham since early December. Unfortunately - drafting before us - teams such as Detroit have not cooperated. Cunningham possesses many of the same skills that Derrick Johnson did coming out of college and would make for an excellent pick in late RD1. He is a play-making machine - fast to see it, process and respond. Creates tackles for losses by shooting gaps at appropriate angles. Cunningham could play as OLB, EDGE and ILB. Defensive Coordinator Bob Sutton will find many uses for the downhill tackler.

Due to season-ending injuries to DJ, Justin March-Lillard and Josh Mauga, questions remain about the effectiveness/durability of the LB unit. Also, Mauga is a now a free agent. Ramik Wilson made the leap from practice squad to starter. Given this opportunity, he proved to be a stout run defender. The Chiefs also got yeoman's play from UDFA Terrance Smith, who also exceeded expectations. Yet, I'm not sure how comfortable I feel hanging our hat on a 4th-rounder and a UDFA for a full season of play. Therefore, ILB is arguably the one position on the team where the starting spot is up for grabs. Here is a great article that assesses Cunningham and other ILB options in the draft.

Of course, there is always the possibility that the team known for avoiding QBs in the early rounds will surprise us and draft Mahommes or Kizer. I expect the higher-rated QBs in this draft to go early in round 2. So, a QB reach or a trade backwards could well be in order; and, like most KC fans, I would be excited for that choice. ~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst


28 Dallas
Obi Melifonwu
    Connecticut
    S
    Reach/Value:     -7
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
224
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Takkarist McKinley

Free Agency opened with a whirlwind of moves that left the Dallas FO "Dancing on the Ceiling" . . . the defensive backfield lost 3 starters and 1 backup, moving it past pass rush as Priority #1. There were 4 factors that weighed into my decision to address the Safety position first:

1. Starter Barry Church and 1st Backup J.J. Wilcox (SS position) left in F/A.
2. Orlando Scandrick and last year's surprise rookie Anthony Brown return at CB.
3. Dallas signed F/A Nolan Carroll (Eagles CB) to a 3-year contract.
4. This year's CB class is deep, with quality prospects available in every round.

Word has it that there are 2 main activities at UConn: 1) Watch the Lady Huskies basketball games and 2) JUMP! For those of you who don't remember, Dallas FS Byron Jones (also from UConn) set a World Record in the Broad Jump at the 2015 NFL Combine (12'3"), while also recording a 44.5" vertical and blazing a 4.4 forty yard dash. Now while Obi Melifonwu did not quite equal those distances in the broad jump (11'9") or the vertical (44"), he still recorded an explosion factor of 72.9, meshing nicely with his 4.4 forty yard dash . . . no small feat for a man measuring 6'4" and 224 lbs. I would love to see these former Huskies complimenting each other at the Safety positions. Is this a luxury the Cowboys cannot afford . . . or is it a last line of defense that they simply cannot afford to be without?


29 Green Bay
Charles Harris
    Missouri
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
253
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Takkarist McKinley

An interesting occurrence this time around, with Harris, Carl Lawson and Tak McKinley all available in this spot for the Packers. While most drafters would likely opt for McKinley here, I am firmly driving the uncrowded Charles Harris bandwagon. Watching Harris on tape, I see a football player who would be able to come in and improve the Packers pass rush from day one. While McKinley is the better athlete, he shows little if any pass rush technique. McKinley was shut down by Utah's Garett Bolles, a good barometer of the level of competition he will face in the NFL. While Tak had 3 sacks that game, all came when he was moved away from Bolles' side. Harris may not be as athletic, but he is tough, aggressive, and has already mastered some NFL-level pass rush moves.

The other temptation in this spot would be to opt for CB Quincy Wilson, who also drops past the Packers' pick for the first time in a while. The deciding factor for me was that the cornerbacks likely to be available for the Packers in Rd 2 outshine the edge rushers to be had in that spot. Harris is also more likely to have a more immediate and larger impact on the Packers' defense than Wilson, so Harris is the choice.

Highlights

- @JerseyAlGBP, Packers Analyst


30 Pittsburgh
Carl Lawson
    Auburn
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
261
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Takkarist McKinley
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

The Steelers need a starting caliber edge rusher to slot in when James Harrison finally retires. At the end of the first, the top choices are Lawson, Takk McKinley, or TJ Watt. McKinley, for all his straight-line speed, is on the stiff side as evidenced by his 4.62 second short shuttle, a poor time for a guard let alone an edge rusher. Watt is an interesting prospect but being new to the position is more of a projection. While Lawson and Watt both tested well as agile and explosive athletes, Lawson has tape depicting a polished pass rusher using an arsenal of rush moves and counters, using his hands well, bending the edge and pressuring opposing passers against elite SEC competition. His flaws such as contain responsibilities in the run game are very much coachable. Provided his medical checks are ok, it's hard to envision Lawson, with his excellent size, speed, and experience, washing out as a professional player. If the Steelers roll the dice on him, they could have a steal at the end of the First.


31 Atlanta
Takkarist McKinley
    UCLA
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
258
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Dion Dawkins
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Watt

The Falcons entered the offseason with a stated desire to improve the D-Line. So far that means the huge addition of Dontari Poe and the "upside" addition of Jack Crawford. While they might add another big interior body later in the draft, the first two rounds seem to be a targeted area for an athletic edge player. They could very well bring back Dwight Freeney as a specialist and assistant player-coach, but adding a young bookend to play opposite Vic Beasley would seem to be a priority.

Takkarist McKinley would be a great addition at 31. He has excellent straight-line speed (4.59 40) and dynamic explosion through the hips (122" broad jump). He had 18 TFL, 10 sacks and six passes defended his senior year and plays with a relentless motor. He's also a little raw in his pass rushing skills, but Dan Quinn would seem to prefer that in his players, as he believes in drafting athletes and then coaching them up. The downside to McKinley is offseason shoulder surgery that could be slow his development this summer. His three-cone drill time - a favored Quinn measurable - was also slow. But McKinley will be a productive edge player in the NFL and would constitute an important upgrade on the DL.


32 New Orleans
Quincy Wilson
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
275
Original CMD#10 Pick:
Jourdan Lewis
Alternate Pick #2
Adoree Jackson

The "million-dollar question" with the shiny, brand-new pick that comes to New Orleans via the Brandon Cook trade is: Will it be used for offense or defense? I mean, after all, we're talking about offensive-minded Sean Payton here - who gave up a solid weapon from the offensive side of the ball. Shouldn't that mean a potential scoring threat should come in the first round as his personal compensation? Maybe. But not in this CMD.

With the added pick in RD1, the Saints tap Florida CB Quincy Wilson over Cam Robinson or Zay Jones in this defense-laden draft. The Saints, riddled with injuries to the secondary in 2016, can never seem to have enough bodies in that unit. Quincy Wilson is one of the best corners in the draft (will need to improve in his run-support), and has that quick-flip-of-the-hip capability to consistently apply press-coverage. His knack of sticking to his man and instinctively high-pointing the ball is almost the "icing on the cake" for the 6-1, 200 lb. CB.

Traded Round 1 Picks:
Tennessee gets Los Angeles R1 Pick (2016 Draft trade)
Cleveland gets Philadelphia R1 Pick (2016 Draft trade)
New Orleans gets New England R1 pick (Brandin Cooks deal)

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Clemson
WRF
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Florida St
RBF
14 Mitch Trubisky
North Carolina
QB
19 Deshaun Watson
Clemson
QB
23 David Njoku
Miami (FL)
TE
50 Demarcus Walker
Florida St
EDGE
64 Roderick Johnson
Florida St
OT
65 Bucky Hodges
Virginia Tech
TE
69 Carlos Watkins
Clemson
DL5T
73 Dorian Johnson
Pittsburgh
OG
84 Brad Kaaya
Miami (FL)
QB
87 Adam Bisnowaty
Pittsburgh
OT
89 Danny Isidora
Miami (FL)
OG
93 Devonte Fields
Louisville
EDGE
105 Travis Rudolph
Florida St
WRF
111 Nazair Jones
North Carolina
DL5T
112 Cordrea Tankersley
Clemson
CB
119 Wayne Gallman
Clemson
RBF
122 Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech
WRF
123 Nathan Peterman
Pittsburgh
QB
124 Josh Harvey-Clemons
Louisville
S
138 Matt Milano
Boston College
OLB
143 Corn Elder
Miami (FL)
CB
146 Jordan Leggett
Clemson
TE
154 Keith Kelsey
Louisville
OLB
161 Marquez White
Florida St
CB
169 Stacy Coley
Miami (FL)
WRS
179 Freddie Stevenson
Florida St
FB
180 James Conner
Pittsburgh
RBF
181 Jelani Hamilton
Miami
DL5T
183 Artavis Scott
Clemson
WRS
184 Des Lawrence
North Carolina
CB
191 Jerod Evans
Virginia Tech
QB
204 Ryan Switzer
North Carolina
WRS
206 Jadar Johnson
Clemson
S
207 Cole Hikutini
Louisville
TE
212 Ben Boulware
Clemson
ILB
215 Sam Rogers
Virginia Tech
FB
219 Marquel Lee
Wake Forest
ILB
221 T.J. Logan
North Carolina
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