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2017 NFL Mock Draft: Niners move to QB Trubisky

Consensus Mock Draft #16 | April 20, 2017 01:10 AM EST
  • QBs Watson, Mahomes also drafted in RD1
  • Bears switch to Solomon Thomas after weeks with Lattimore
  • Drafttek Top-10 Team Analysts continue to eschew Jonathan Allen


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

With the draft nearing, the Browns have still yet to commit to selecting Garrett. Still, if Sashi Brown truly does decide to select Mitch Trubisky with the top pick, he may be headed for the unemployment line before they get on the clock for Pick #12. It seems that every year around this time rumors start coming from every direction. Few have any truth to them, but this particular one seems to be nothing more than the Browns' attempt to keep the spotlight on them. An announcement that Garrett will indeed be the top pick means all eyes turn to San Francisco at the number two spot. Why not hold on to this moment for as long as possible? It won't be long before all eyes are back on teams like New England, Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Green Bay competing for another Super Bowl. This is the Dawg Pound's time to shine. Unless we pass on Garrett, in which case it is another skid mark on the underpants known as the Browns' legacy. ~Austin Smith


2 San Francisco
Mitch Trubisky
    North Carolina
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Solomon Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

GM John Lynch has declared the 49ers, "open for business,", with the second overall pick, but we'll likely have to wait until draft night to see if it's actually the 49ers handing in their draft card here. Solomon Thomas remains a favorite for the pick, but I think it's time to take another look at Mitch Trubisky. While the idea of waiting on a QB until 2018 is tempting, time makes no promises.

Lynch has defended the 2017 QB class as "getting a bad rap," and specifically mentioned Trubisky's scant 13 games as a starter, but didn't seem bothered, claiming Trubisky and the other top QB's had redeeming qualities that "made you think they could be a part of it." Kyle Shanahan also seemed unfazed by Trubisky's lack of experience: "...that's not his fault. You can only control what you can control. The opportunities he got, he played at a very high level..."

Trubisky reminds me a lot of Carson Wentz and Derek Carr; the potential is there, it's just a matter of bringing it out. While he still has his question marks, Trubisky's a great fit for Shanahan's system and Hoyer is an ideal mentor. Shanahan likes his QB's to be of a similar ilk and while Trubisky shares a similar build and propensity to work the intermediate area of the field as do Hoyer and Barkley, he has better mobility and a stronger arm. ~Brett Clancy


3 Chicago
Solomon Thomas
    Stanford
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
273
Alternate Pick #1
Marshon Lattimore
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Williams

I have been adamant that the Bears will draft Marshon Lattimore in this spot based on his youth, skill set, and elite athleticism --three traits that Ryan Pace has been shown to covet in the First Round. At the very least, Defensive Back is at or near the top of the Bears' wish list. In this iteration, that theory is chucked out the window in favor of a player the Bears are said to have interest in, but who has until now been unavailable. It is quite reasonable to envision a scenario where Chicago shores up the front line by adding Thomas or Jonathan Allen as a pass-rushing end. Combining their skill up front with human missiles McPhee and Floyd on the outside would generate the kind of pressure that would make the need for a shut-down corner less urgent.

One thing that refuses to go away is the idea that Chicago may be in the market for a QB at this pick. I am steadfastedly opposed to this notion. While it is possible that DeShaun Watson's intangibles will intrigue the Bears enough to take a shot at him, my take is that (a) any talk of Trubisky is a smokescreen designed to instigate a highly-desired trade back, and (b) Chicago is all-in on Pat Mahomes and will look to make a move on him in the late First. ~Thomas Gersey, Bears Analyst


4 Jacksonville
Leonard Fournette
    LSU
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
235
Alternate Pick #1
Malik Hooker
Alternate Pick #2
Jamal Adams

Leonard Fournette remains solidly entrenched as Jacksonville's top 2017 draft choice, and continues to rise in the estimation of public analysts around the league. Respected pundits Nolan Nawrocki and Gil Brandt have him ranked second-overall to Myles Garrett on recently-revealed draft boards. This is a rare show of respect for a college RB, as the position is less-valued than most at the NFL level. It's not an issue for the Jaguars, however, as they have extensively re-tooled their defense through the past few drafts and Free-Agency periods, leaving them feeling secure on that side of the ball. The 6'-0, 240 pound, bulldozing runner out of NOLA figures to fit well in a restructured offensive system under old-school types Tom Coughlin and Doug Marrone.

The organization badly needs to take pressure off struggling young QB Blake Bortles, a top-three pick they cannot afford to see fail. But as much as anything, the hype and anticipation that has built around Fournette since he emerged from high-school football as 2014's top recruit will serve as a welcome treat to downtrodden Jaguar fans. The team is mired in a decade-long stretch of non-playoff futility, including 9 straight top-ten draft positions, and 5 straight top-five picks. Still, hope springs eternal, and the prospect of watching Leonard Fournette touch the ball 30 times a game will put a lot of butts in the stands, (or on couches in front of TV sets), throughout the fall and winter of 2017.


5 Tennessee
Marshon Lattimore
    Ohio State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
194
Alternate Pick #1
Mike Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Malik Hooker

FINALLY! After weeks of seeing Marshon Lattimore go to the Bears, leaving Tennessee to choose a Safety, the Titans finally land their Cornerback. And it couldn't come at a better time. The team released Jason McCourty this past week, leaving the team without the corners that started in 2016. They brought in Logan Ryan, which is a nice start. According to ProFootballFocus , Ryan was the 16th best Cornerback in the NFL last season, excelling in pass defense.

Now, they add Lattimore, who only has one year of starting experience, but in that one year, was named to First Team All-B1G. He's a special athlete, with elite speed (4.36 40-yard dash) and explosiveness (top 3 in broad jump and vertical). He plays incredibly physical on the line of scrimmage, something Dick LeBeau will love. He showed he has a knack for playing the ball as well, knocking away nine passes and intercepting four. He didn't face off against elite talent during the 2016 season, so it will be interesting to see how he lines up against top receivers in the NFL, but he's a player with all the tools to become an elite cornerback in the NFL.


6 NY Jets
Malik Hooker
    Ohio St
    S
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
Jamal Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Jabrill Peppers

With both SS Jamal Adams and FS Malik Hooker available this week, it really is a toss-up. Both guys are special talents that look to have a very bright future in this league, and it may come down to your own personal preference. Their skillsets are a little different. Adams looks the more versatile of the two and that may appeal to Todd Bowles, when you look back to his time in Arizona.

My reason for opting for Hooker again this week is simple. The Jets were terrible in the turnover battle last year, ranking T-32nd in the league with Chicago, on a mark of -20. The Jets lacked game-changing plays all season and with just 8 interceptions as a team on defense, the need for some playmakers is obvious. Hooker had an impressive 7 interceptions all by himself last year. His ball-hawking abilityis something this defense severely lacks. The added coverage that Hooker would provide, plus the potential trickle-down effect to the rest of the players, just edges it in his favor here.


7 LA Chargers
Jamal Adams
    LSU
    S
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Jabrill Peppers
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Williams

For the first time in forever, the draft's best all-around safety lasts all the way to the Chargers' pick, and there's no doubt in my mind they'd scoop him up if given the opportunity. You see, Jamal Adams is that unique prospect that really seems to have little-to-no holes in his game. He hits hard, his motor is always running, he's highly regarded for his leadership and "football IQ", he's instinctive, quick, and fast in coverage, and his hands aren't too bad either.

The big knock on him is his lack of interceptions over his college career, which is fair criticism, but he was asked to play in the box quite frequently during his tenure at LSU. In Gus Bradley's scheme, he can step in as a rookie to either Safety spot, playing the Earl Thomas or the Kam Chancellor role. The coaching staff will probably look to determine which role will suit Jahleel Addae (or possibly Dwight Lowery) better, and then slot Adams opposite. This type of versatility is rare and can be a major asset when disguising coverages. The bottom line for the Chargers is that they're getting an all-around playmaker at Safety, the likes of which they haven't seen since Eric Weddle's best days.


8 Carolina
Derek Barnett
    Tennessee
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
253
Alternate Pick #1
Dalvin Cook
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Williams

Carolina looks to have the rotation of Julius Peppers, Mario Addison, and Charles Johnson at Defensive Line in 2017. Sounds pretty good, huh? However, Pep looks to play 20 snaps or so, and Charles Johnson's tooth is quite long these days. Getting pressure on the opposing QB is what makes or breaks the Panthers' Defense. So don't be surprised if David Gettleman pulls the trigger early on a player pass-rushing specialist.

Myles Garrett was the top player taken off the board, and I like how Barnett stacks up to Garrett. Barnett had 33 career sacks at UT (Breaking Reggie White's record) compared to Garrett's 32.5. Here's a stat that I love: A whopping 28 of Barnett's 33 sacks came against SEC opponents. Even though Garrett has the more prototypical size, Barnett is more of the Panthers' type of player. He loves football. Barnett is full of relentless energy and simply keeps pounding.. I think the Panthers end up with the right guy to add depth in 2017 and to grow into a leader for years to come . ~@PanthersDrafter, Panthers Analyst




9 Cincinnati
Mike Williams
    Clemson
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Corey Davis
Alternate Pick #2
O.J. Howard

The Bengals have a huge decision on which direction to go here with the 9th pick. A strong game changing LB is a big need, but a big threatening target is needed opposite AJ Green to keep the triple coverage off of him. Williams has a great frame and very trustworthy hands. To get an idea of Williams's physical attributes, he's 6'4" 218 lbs compared to AJ Green's 6'4" 210lb stature. With a healthy 6'5" Eifert on the field Cincy would be a nightmare to cover and could be unstoppable in the red zone. Williams will keep opposing defenses honest and could help Green to have his best season yet. Williams doesn't have blazing speed and might not rack up a lot of YAC, but he's a big physical former basketball player with an enormous catch radius. His body control and strong hands give him a big edge over smaller CBs. Williams should be the 1st WR off the board as he's considered the most pro ready of the top 3 WRs in the draft. He had some injuries in college but bounced back for a highlight filled final campaign with 84 snags, 1k + yards, and 10 TDs. Williams will need work on route running and concentration but his sure hands and blocking ability make him an immediate asset.


10 Buffalo
Reuben Foster
    Alabama
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
229
Alternate Pick #1
Corey Davis
Alternate Pick #2
Marlon Humphrey

With fifteen different prospects supposedly destined for the Bills in my most-recent munch of mocks, it has never been so hard to read the tea leaves than this year. When rank-ordering the Bills' top 7 pre-draft needs (Starting WLB, WR, Slot CB, Starting RT, Backup SLB, Backup QB, S depth), only one is for that of a three-down starter not currently on the roster: Weakside ILB. Reggie Ragland and Preston Brown are both MIKE LBs who lack the sideline-to-sideline range and coverage ability. Zach Brown was not re-signed. Sounds like McDermott wants his own Kuechly-Davis duo in Buffalo.

Foster, like Kuechly, was a Butkus Award-winner, a Consensus All-American, and a Defensive Player of the Year in his conference. As Seniors, both Foster and Kuechly had 4 games with double-digit tackles. You'd describe both as fearless, physical players who relish contact. Both have been opportunistic game-changers who are capable of making plays anywhere on the field.

Reuben Foster [Bills Draft Profile and Video] is college football's best WLB; he'd play alongside college football's best MLB, his 2015 teammate Reggie Ragland. Don't worry about his shoulder surgery; his agent says he's ahead of schedule and he's a slam-dunk for training camp. If he slips by the Bengals at #9, he'll be a Bill at #10. ~Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst


11 New Orleans
Jonathan Allen
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
286
Alternate Pick #1
Jabrill Peppers
Alternate Pick #2
Dalvin Cook

The Saints lose the player that has been their normal pick for many weeks now (Derek Barnett) to the rival Panthers, but gain the best interior defensive lineman in the draft in Jonathan Allen. New Orleans could still surprise and go Tim Williams here (or CB Marlon Humphrey), but Allen provides disruption up front for opposing QBs, and could help clear a bigger path for Cam Jordan. The three-year Crimson Tide starter ended his career with 23 sacks for Alabama, to go with 26 TFL. Allen was also the recipient of the Lombardi, Bronco Nagurski, and SEC Defensive Player of the Year hardware. Allen could be utilized at varying spots along the front line, depending on the creativity of Defensive Coordinator Dennis Allen and new Defensive Line coach Ryan Nielsen.


12 Cleveland
O.J. Howard
    Alabama
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Patrick Mahomes II
Alternate Pick #2
Jabrill Peppers

I am not sure if I am on the same page as Browns' management with this pick. I personally hope that at least one team (not us) is foolish enough to take a quarterback in the top 10 so one of the top players in this class falls here at 12. In this scenario, I would be ecstatic about the fact that the Saints are picking at 11 with both O.J. Howard and Jonathan Allen available. They are both top-10 talents on my board and if the Browns can end day one with two players from that group on their roster, then passing on Carson Wentz doesn't seem quite as bad.

Still, my gut tells me that part of the reason the Browns are still floating the idea of selecting Trubisky with the first pick is to get teams comfortable with idea of selecting someone else. If teams get settled on the idea of not selecting a quarterback in the top 10, then maybe he falls here to them. As comical as the Browns attempting to outsmart their competition is, I would plead with them to just keep it simple. Cleveland is the least-talented team in football; therefore, we should select the most-talented player on our board with each pick. Simple! ~Austin Smith


13 Arizona
Corey Davis
    W Michigan
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
209
Alternate Pick #1
Marlon Humphrey
Alternate Pick #2
Patrick Mahomes II

After weeks of reports that centered around RD1 QBs, it now appears that the Cardinals are less likely to take a QB at #13. Arizona still seems to covet DeShone Kizer, though many experts currently expect the Notre Dame QB to slide into RD2. As a result, GM Steve Keim may favor trading down into the 20's to pursue his QB and stockpile picks in a deep class. However, he may have a tough time finding a trade partner that is willing to move up in a draft that lacks elite talent at the QB position.

Keim would be expected to jump on several defensive prospects here, including S Jamal Adams, S Malik Hooker, CB Marshon Lattimore, or ILB Reuben Foster. With those players off the board, this pick likely comes down to WR Corey Davis or ILB Haason Reddick. Davis is one of the top WRs available, but is one of the Draft's major mysteries after minor ankle surgery prevented him from working out at the Combine and his Western Michigan Pro Day. Still, Davis dominated the MAC with 331 catches for 5,278 yards and 52 TDs over the course of his four-year career in Kalamazoo. With outstanding size (6'3" and 209 lbs) and a projected 4.48 forty-yard dash, Davis could provide a spark to the Cardinals' offense and be the long-term replacement for Larry Fitzgerald.


14 Philadelphia
Marlon Humphrey
    Alabama
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
197
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Chidobe Awuzie

Now well inside "The Twelve Days of Draftsmas Holiday Countdown", Philly fans' dreams of shutdown corners, electrifying RBs, and sack-happy pass rushers (no offense to sugar plums) will soon be realized. The rumor mill has linked the Eagles to a veritable smorgasbord of potential picks: Christian McCaffrey, Derek Barnett, John Ross, and Gareon Conley. The latest buzz includes the lightning-quick Charles Harris, who can slip past an O-Tackle like a greased pig, but get rag-dolled in the run game like a suicidal squirrel on I-95.

This week, the Eagles wind up with CB Marlon Humphrey. It's another example of the Eagles finding themselves in No Man's Land: too far down to grab one of the elite prospects, but too far up to get good value in the next tier of players. Humphrey is everything Jim Schwartz wants in a CB: smart, tough in run support, good size, good speed, and savvy in zone coverage. His one wart: he's a TD waiting to happen in deep man coverage. In 2016, Humphrey gave up 4 TDs with no INTs in man coverage, while allowing 0 TDs and collecting 2 INTs in zone coverage. Because the Eagles mix up their coverage schemes, their corners need to be able to play man and zone. He's only 20 years old, so the hope would be that the flaws he has are correctable. I could easily see the Eagles trying to trade down if presented with the options I had this week, but as always it takes two to tango. ~Broz, Eagles Analyst


15 Indianapolis
Haason Reddick
    Temple
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
237
Alternate Pick #1
Dalvin Cook
Alternate Pick #2
Jabrill Peppers

The latest rumor out of Indy is that CB might be the safer bet at pick #15 (Ohio State's Gareon Conley has been the name I've been hearing most), if a guy like Jonathan Allen or Marlon Humphrey doesn't slip down into "Colts range". EDGE rusher and CB are obviously the top two needs, but depending on how RD1 plays out, neither position may have a player meeting the rating of the defensive standout from Temple. The Colts would likely take Alabama's Jonathan Allen, Tennessee's DE Derek Barnett, or Alabama's CB Marlon Humphrey ahead of Reddick. Otherwise, the obvious need at LB (particularly ILB) makes this versatile and agile speedster an obvious choice.

Sean Spence, Jabaal Sheard, Barkevious Mingo, and John Simon were added in Free Agency, giving Indy players with enough skill and experience to play the position. This depth will allow younger players (like Edwin Jackson and Antonio Morrison) to rotate in and out, rather than trying to carry the load alone. It also follows the mantra set forth by GM Chris Ballard, who has maintained that "constant competition" for playing time is his approach to the 53-man roster.


16 Baltimore
Cam Robinson
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -20
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
322
Alternate Pick #1
Malik McDowell
Alternate Pick #2
Ryan Ramczyk

Sitting right in the middle of RD1, there is a host of different directions the Ravens could go. However, a big loss and glaring need at RT, a rumored Ozzie infatuation, and a reported franchise belief in the prospect's versatility, lead me to go with the massive lineman from the Tide. Over the course of this draft process, I've written often about the priority of keeping Flacco upright and bolstering a lackluster ground game. Since 2009, the Ravens' success has been defined by whether they have a 1000-yard rusher --making the playoffs when they do and missing when they don't-- so building an OL that establishes an advantage on the ground is a must. Robinson, though a bit of a gamble, does that. Now, arguments can be made for John Ross, Dalvin Cook, Takkarist McKinley, Gareon Conley, and more. The Ravens are, at the moment, a mediocre football team that fails to impress in any one area. As such, they need big-time players across the board, and the pressure is on Ozzie in this draft more than any other in recent memory.

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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Forward to Round 2 Picks 33-48
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Big Board Rankings
O/A Rank Big 10 Conference
Top-40 Players
Psn
11 Jabrill Peppers
Michigan
S
19 Ryan Ramczyk
Wisconsin
OT
21 Malik McDowell
Michigan St
DL5T
25 Taco Charlton
Michigan
EDGE
36 Chris Wormley
Michigan
DL3T
43 T.J. Watt
Wisconsin
EDGE
52 Raekwon McMillan
Ohio State
ILB
54 Dan Feeney
Indiana
OG
76 Jourdan Lewis
Michigan
CB
78 Jake Butt
Michigan
TE
81 Chris Godwin
Penn St
WRF
82 Amara Darboh
Michigan
WRF
87 Desmond King
Iowa
S
96 Jaleel Johnson
Iowa
DL3T
104 Erik Magnuson
Michigan
OG
109 Caroll Phillips
Illinois
EDGE
117 Anthony Walker
Northwestern
ILB
128 Dawuane Smoot
Illinois
EDGE
138 Ryan Glasgow
Michigan
DL3T
148 Jehu Chesson
Michigan
WRF
156 George Kittle
Iowa
TE
168 Corey Clement
Wisconsin
RBF
176 Jalen Myrick
Minnesota
CB
177 Delano Hill
Michigan
S
179 Ben Gedeon
Michigan
ILB
198 Channing Stribling
Michigan
CB
216 Vince Biegel
Wisconsin
EDGE
224 C.J. Beathard
Iowa
QB
229 Hardy Nickerson Jr
Illinois
OLB
241 Riley Bullough
Michigan St
ILB
257 Montae Nicholson
Michigan St
S
261 William Likely
Maryland
CB
266 Matthew Godin
Michigan
DL5T
277 Marcus Oliver
Indiana
ILB
282 Cethan Carter
Nebraska
TE
283 Prescott Line
Michigan State
FB
287 Garret Sickels
Penn St
EDGE
288 De'Veon Smith
Michigan
RBF
292 Sojourn Shelton
Wisconsin
CB
298 Nyeem Wartman-White
Penn State
ILB
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