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29 Gareon Conley
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2017 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32

Consensus Mock Draft #16 | April 20, 2017 01:10 AM EST

17 Washington
Malik McDowell
    Michigan St
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
295
Alternate Pick #1
Takkarist McKinley
Alternate Pick #2
Tim Williams

Malik McDowell is a polarizing prospect. While he possesses all of the size, talent, and athletic movement skills an NFL defensive coach dreams of, he also seems to lack the heart required to play professional sports altogether. McDowell played at a high enough level in 2015 to be mocked the #1 overall pick on some draft sites, but in 2016, despite a strong start in which he garnered at least three QB hurries in each of his first four games, things changed. When it became apparent that Michigan State was going to have an underachieving season, McDowell shut it down. In addition to questions about his football character, McDowell needs to work on the consistency of his technique, as he often played high off the snap, exposing his chest, and relied on his athleticism rather than what he was coached to do. In fact, at the Combine, McDowell admitted in his media session that coaches at Michigan State gave up trying to coach him and 'let him do what he did best'. Why he would admit something like this at the biggest interview of his life is as scary as his inconsistent motor. So, terrible pick for the Redskins, right?

WRONG. Jim Tomsula is a no-nonsense DL coach that has always gotten the best out of his players. If any coach in the NFL can turn McDowell's tremendous potential into a reality, it's Tomsula. Expect McDowell to earn his snaps and show the coaches that he is going to play for the team down-in and down-out, before he is made a starter. Only then can McDowell become the star he wants to be on the Redskins' defense.-@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter


18 Tennessee
John Ross
    Washington
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
190
Alternate Pick #1
Jabrill Peppers
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

The Titans address their biggest need right away, thanks to the Rams trade last season. So now, the team has an opportunity to land a playmaker on the offensive side of the ball. Corey Davis is the top target, given that Tennessee has met with him multiple times , and with rumors coming out that he could slide on Draft Day , that leaves an exciting opportunity that the Titans could cement in two HUGE cornerstones moving forward. Unfortunately, in this DRAFTSIM, he's not available. However, John Ross is still sitting here and Tennessee will be estatic. Ross is best known for his speed. It was no secret during the 2016 season at Washington, but if you didn't watch him at all, you certainly heard about him breaking Chris Johnson's NFL Combine record for the 40-yard dash. But on top that, he's a high-level route runner, and can play in the slot or outside, making him a valuable weapon for Marcus Mariota, who is returning from a broken fibula, and will need some stability as he regains form. Music City Miracles' Terry Lambert wrote a great piece on the Titans' receiving options in the RD1 and how they would fit.


19 Tampa Bay
Dalvin Cook
    Florida St
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +11
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
206
Alternate Pick #1
Jabrill Peppers
Alternate Pick #2
David Njoku

GM Jason Licht didn't exactly give a glowing vote of confidence to #1 RB Doug Martin in Monday's presser, though it's a positive to see Martin report to OTA's --which stands for "Organized Team Activities" (had to look that up). If Dalvin Cook or Christian McCaffrey were to be drafted in RD1, you can be certain that Martin and his contract will be jettisoned.

Team management loves to float rumors and create misdirection, and they had proxy Booger McFarland out and about doing just that in support of Cook. A sure sign that the Bucs are shielding their true covetee?? If the pick isn't one of the two RBs, my short list includes: O.J Howard (before Cook/McCaffrey if available), David Njoku, Obi Melifonwu, Budda Baker, or a DE such as Charles Harris. Moreover, do not rule out a trade-up (for Howard or Derek Barnett) or trade down.


20 Denver
Garett Bolles
    Utah
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
296
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
David Njoku

As the draft nears, I am starting to think that someone is going to select a tackle before this pick. It seems as if Bolles was the tackle whose question marks seemed least scary. His sketchy past is far behind him, and his age isn't as concerning as Cam Robinson's recent off-the-field issues or Ryan Ramczyk's current injury. Still, I found myself thinking that if we took away all the question marks and focused on the tape, Bolles would be the third-best prospect of the bunch. Now, in this scenario, we have all three of them being selected within eight picks of each other. That makes me think that Denver may not be in the same position as I thought a month ago, where they are selecting their favorite of the group. That could force them to consider a tight end or defensive prospect here. With that being said, I am still betting on a tackle here. Any of the three would be an upgrade on Denver's left side, including Bolles, who is the project of the group. ~Austin Smith


21 Detroit
Tim Williams
    Alabama
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
244
Alternate Pick #1
Charles Harris
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

Tim Williams has one of the best first steps coming into the NFL. This trait immediately gives the Lions' fanbase more fuel for their fire. Notice the speed of Williams bending around tackles with a pulverizing finish. Simply put, you can't teach speed. Williams has a similar build to speed rushers Vic Beasley and Khalil Mack, with similar results: a total of 41 hits and sacks in three years over 482 pass-rushing attempts.

The biggest question marks against Tim Williams is a response given at the Combine followed by an arrest for possessing a gun in September. When asked if he ever failed a drug test, Williams acknowledged he did, saying, "That's what life is about being a man on and off the field, owning up to your mistakes". This obviously, puts the Lions in a tricky situation. One does have to appreciate the honesty here. That being said, under Jim Caldwell, the Lions ranked 27th in penalties, and only one player has been arrested since Caldwell took over. If anything, the Lions' defense immediately gains a player who is eager to leave his past behind him and prove that he's worth the pick, while Williams gains a team that can change his wicked ways with unrelenting discipline.


22 Miami
Jabrill Peppers
    Michigan
    S
    Reach/Value:     +13
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1
Takkarist McKinley
Alternate Pick #2
Forrest Lamp

Rumors are rampant one week before the NFL draft, and one of the latest has the Dolphins listening to offers for their pick at 22. This team is ONE more good draft away from fielding a very dangerous team, so acquiring multiple picks in a deep draft might be a wise move.

Speaking of dangerous: Jabrill Peppers may not fit the classic definition of any traditional NFL defensive position...but he DOES fit the classic definition of THIS all-important football asset: Play maker. A savvy defensive coordinator won't worry about trying to label him as an in-the-box safety, or hybrid linebacker, or whatever. He will simply put him in a position to do what he does best: blowing up plays. Peppers' athleticism was on display at the Combine, finishing in the Top 5 among safeties/LBs in the 40 Yard Dash and Broad Jump. On the field, Peppers stood out on a defense full of future NFL players as he racked up 72 tackles (16 for loss), 4 sacks, 1 INT, and a punt return TD. Check him out here.


23 NY Giants
Christian McCaffrey
    Stanford
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
202
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
Takkarist McKinley

Ben McAdoo's menu board of plays often brought the ire of Giants' fans last season. While likened to a New Jersey diner menu, the final reviews were not favorable, as the Giants' offense struggled in 2016. The running game was one of the worst in the league. Other than 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. They added journeyman Shaun Draughn via Free Agency and also brought back Orleans Darkwa to compete for a role.

The Giants' consistent philosophy has long been to stick to their board and take the best player available when their pick comes around in RD1. Christian McCaffrey is a versatile all-around playmaker with NFL bloodlines that brings an exceptional college resume with him to the NFL. While there are questions about the load he can carry, 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. McCaffrey also adds value as a return man and rightfully earns the "jack-of-all-trades" tag. The Giants sprint to the podium and add the BPA available to McAdoo's 2017 menu.


24 Oakland
Ryan Ramczyk
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Takkarist McKinley
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

Big, ugly, and "country strong," those are the traits Reggie likes, and he will see those in spades with Ryan Ramczyk. In this good- to great-themed draft, how will Oakland choose to address its numerous holes? The Raiders return two ball carriers that average 5'8" and 198 lbs. after losing their two-time leading rusher. At RT, the competition features less-than-stellar players. On the defensive front, the Silver & Black was dead-last in the NFL in sacks and just cut starting returner Dan Williams. The linebacking corps returns only one starter from a group that was among the league's worst last year, and the defensive backfield was poor enough to necessitate firing the group's coach. Can you name a 12-4 team that had so many weaknesses? With such a plethora of potential directions, I will go with the spot that I think Reggie is most eager to avoid being a pitfall. Likely starter Austin Howard allowed 5 of the Raiders' 18 sacks, and it would be nice to get his poor performance off the field and his contract off the books. Ramczyk, a true road grader, cements the Raiders as the league's best OL, so he makes a lot of sense here. Watch out for Montravius Adams, though. He's a big reach on the Big Board, but he is the best fit at that much-needed DT spot, and, yes, he too is "country strong."





25 Houston
Deshaun Watson
    Clemson
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
210
Alternate Pick #1
Patrick Mahomes II
Alternate Pick #2
Budda Baker

If the real draft resembles this mock, I'll be happier than a pig in...well let's just say Texan fans should be really excited. After enduring painful QB play since 2002; landing the back-to-back NCAA Power 5 QB of the Year, who just led his team to a come-from-behind National Championship against the so-called unbeatable Tide, would be a Godsend in H-Town. By no means is Deshaun Watson a perfect QB, but I can't recall Brady, Manning, or Luck being perfect either. It's a little early to compare Watson with two of the GOATs, but when comparing Watson and Luck, Mr. Watson had the better collegiate career. Luck never passed for more than 4,000 yards in any of his collegiate seasons, yet Deshaun has done it twice! When Luck declared for the draft, he was being hailed as the hottest QB prospect since Manning, yet Watson gets no love even after performing at a higher level against better competition across a longer period of time. It blows my mind. Hope is not a method for success, but I sure hope the rest of the league continues to underestimate Deshaun's value until pick 25 of next week's draft. In a perfect Texans' world, Watson gets to sit a year behind Savage, while Savage explodes during a contract year. Houston then can tag Savage and bait another team for a high first rounder next year. If Watson is gone, look for a trade-up to land Mahomes. If only the real world worked as easy as this mock stuff. ~CME, Texans Analyst


26 Seattle
Takkarist McKinley
    UCLA
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
258
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Chidobe Awuzie

With one week left until the NFL Draft, this is what we know the Seahawks could do; trade Richard Sherman, or don't, and trade Marshawn Lynch, or don't. This implies heavily that the Seattle front office will be wheeling and dealing. Schneider has a tendency to trade picks, like last year's deal to move further back in RD1 - see: Germain Ifedi. There's a fairly good chance that Seattle doesn't make a selection at pick 26, or even in RD1.

If Seattle holds onto this pick or stays in RD1, a player like McKinley is in the cards. We've discussed the versatility the former Bruin offers by playing effectively against the run and pass. Sure, Seattle did just sign Dion Jordan to possibly play that same role. However, Jordan had issues getting on the field in Miami. At this point in his career, he's a flier with potential. McKinley is younger by six years and outperformed Jordan in college with more sacks and forced fumbles while falling one tackle for loss short of the Oregon Duck. ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


27 Kansas City
Patrick Mahomes II
    Texas Tech
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
225
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
DeShone Kizer

Pinch your nose and speak these words: "I need to work on muh footwork. My mechanics are off." You've pretty much nailed a Patrick Mahomes impersonation. Mahomes, son of the former MLB pitcher, plays a backyard style of football and seems an ill-fit for the mistake-free Chiefs' brand of offense. Yet, every analyst has made a comparison to Brett Favre at some point and all agree that Mahomes has the highest ceiling of all QBs in this draft class. He is smart, has raw arm talent, good size, and mobility. He manipulates defenders well and makes throws no other can match. Mahomes led the nation in passing yards, hitting his targets for a combined 5,052 yards. He scored 41 TDs and owned an amazing 157.0 QB rating. The Red Raider QB threw for over 580 yards and scored 6 TDs in his season finale against Baylor.

I do have doubts that Mahomes will drop past Arizona. In a recent survey of 73 mock drafts, including DraftTek, my choice from last week's draft, Jarrad Davis, wins pick 27 by a hair. If GM John Dorsey wants Mahomes, he will most likely need to trade up to grab him. Alex Smith will be the Chiefs' signal-caller in 2017; Reid has reinforced that message several times. A year as understudy to Smith will be the best medicine for Mahomes. Smith often looked the part of a Pro-Bowl QB in 2016 --thanks to the big-play ability of Pro Bowl rookie Tyreek Hill. Yet, at times his play was also very inefficient, specifically in the losses to Tampa Bay, Tennessee, and Pittsburgh. ~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst


28 Dallas
Gareon Conley
    Ohio St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
195
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Chidobe Awuzie

"Those who fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it." - Winston Churchill (who may have paraphrased George Santayana). Over the last nine years, the Cowboys have made 72 draft picks, and 28 (38.9%) of those have made pre-draft visits. In preparation for the 2017 NFL Draft, 14 DB's (10 CB's) and 7 EDGE rushers have visited Dallas; of those who have visited, there are 4 CB's (Tre'Davious White, Kevin King, Chidobe Awuzie, and Gareon Conley) and 4 EDGE rushers (Derek Barnett, Taco Charlton, Charles Harris, and Takkarist McKinley) who may be available at #28 (Ed. Note: Barnett and maybe Charlton could require a trade-up and Cuzzin Jerruh is on record as saying the Cowboys will not gamble on injured players with premium picks this year, potentially eliminating McKinley.)

The pure numbers seem to suggest that CB may indeed be the play at #28 . . . yet also present the best trade-down opportunity. In this DRAFTSIM, Dallas plays it safe with a solid contributor from a consistent power in the Big Ten: Mr. Gareon Conley. In 13 games during his 2016 season, Conley recorded 26 tackles (21 solo), 8 pass break-ups, and 4 interceptions (more than any Cowboy defender).

However, in our next DRAFTSIM we will discuss an evaluation metric that the Dallas FO utilizes in prospect evaluation: SPARQ. This calculation (developed by Nike) assesses the athleticism of a player with a single number and when combined with college production, may lead to a different prospect as a Cowboy draft target. Stay tuned, True-Blue Believers . . . we are drawing ever closer!


29 Green Bay
Kevin King
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
200
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Chidobe Awuzie

A new name appears on the Packers' draft card this time around. With the Cowboys once again stealing preferred pick Gareon Conley away from the Packers just a single selection before, they go to the #2 Cornerback on their draft board, the tall and athletic Kevin King. The Packers cherish versatility like your dog loves people food, but they lost their secondary Swiss Army Knife (S/CB Micah Hyde) to the Bills via Free Agency. With a rather pedestrian crew of cornerbacks filling up the back end of the roster, immediate help will be needed. Enter Kevin King, who played all four secondary positions for the Huskies, including starting one full year at Safety and two at Cornerback. Wherever in the backfield he ends up, King would likely see plenty of first-year playing time in Dom Caper's nickel- and dime-heavy defensive schemes and bring some much-needed ball skills to a rather hands-challenged secondary.

Highlights

- @JerseyAlGBP, Packers Analyst


30 Pittsburgh
David Njoku
    Miami (FL)
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
246
Alternate Pick #1
Charles Harris
Alternate Pick #2
Taco Charlton

The Steelers signed Ladarius Green last offseason to replace some of the playmaking ability lost with the retirement of Heath Miller. Green, a "move" Tight End, was a departure from the Steelers' tendencies to draft exclusively "Y-type" Tight Ends who are effective blockers first and receivers as an afterthought. Green missed the entirety of training camp from injury. He managed to play 6 games before ending the season on IR.

Apparently, he had an impact in his brief time on the active roster as the Steelers showed interest in Njoku, meeting with him at Miami's Pro Day. As a raw but extremely athletic TE, he would serve as an insurance policy should Green fail to recover from injuries. If Green does stay healthy, the Pittsburgh offense with two "move" TE's would be a mismatch nightmare for opposing defenses. A quick look at Njoku's mockdraftable web shows how he tests off the chart as an athlete. He only has 9 collegiate starts to his name, but this redshirt Sophomore managed 16.2 yards per catch and 8TDs for the 'Canes last season. While clearly developing as a route runner and a blocker, he has the physical tools to be a complete and dominant TE on Sundays.


31 Atlanta
Forrest Lamp
    Western Kentucky
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
309
Alternate Pick #1
Taco Charlton
Alternate Pick #2
Carl Lawson

As one of the few ESPN writers who spends his time studying football, instead of tending his hair, Bill Barnwell notes that the only real hole on the Falcons' roster is at Guard. Despite a few half-hearted lunges at filling the spot in Free Agency, the hole still remains. While they have brought in oft-injured Hugh Thornton to compete with UDFA Ben Garland and 6th round pick, Wes Schweitzer, the hole still remains. In fact, that remaining hole at Right Guard is arguably as big as the one in the offensive coordinator's office. The Falcons have been focused on the position in their pre-draft meetings.

No player has garnered more attention than Forrest Lamp. They met with him at the Senior Bowl; they've talked with him at the Combine; they've held private workouts. At this point, the question is less "would the Falcons pick Lamp at 31" and more "would the Falcons trade up to get Lamp." In this scenario, he falls to 31 and our guess is that the Falcons run to the podium to get him. Last year, Chris Chester gave up 45 pressures on 629 pass blocking attempts. If the Falcons' offense is to function at the same high level, they will need to keep Matt Ryan's pocket clean and upgrading RG is the best way to do that. Obviously, improving the pass rush arsenal is a need, too, but Lamp has been target for a long time in Flowery Branch.


32 New Orleans
Charles Harris
    Missouri
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Taco Charlton
Alternate Pick #2
Carl Lawson

New Orleans adds the EDGErushing phenom out of Missouri, Charles Harris, with the final pick of RD1. The Saints' defense has laid dormant for years, but with the selection of Jonathan Allen earlier, and now Harris, the front seven becomes a bigger threat to wreak havoc on opposing QB's. "Who Dat" Nation would be salivating at the prospect of Cam Jordan on one side, with Charles Harris coming for the QB on the other.

Harris's impressive spin move reminds me of the days of Dwight Freeney in Indianapolis, and that spin helped Harris rack up 12 TFL and 9 QB sacks in 2016...Not a huge statistical difference from his 2015 achievements (18.5 TFL, seven sacks, 2 forced fumbles), even though he carried a bigger load this past season. The biggest concern for Harris will be defending the run at the NFL level, so there is work for him to complete in that department.

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
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Florida St
RBF
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Clemson
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Miami (FL)
TE
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Florida St
OT
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Clemson
CB
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Pittsburgh
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Clemson
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Clemson
TE
113 Nazair Jones
North Carolina
DL5T
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Florida St
WRF
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Virginia Tech
TE
121 Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech
WRF
136 Rayshawn Jenkins
Miami (FL)
S
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OT
141 Brad Kaaya
Miami (FL)
QB
146 John Johnson
Boston College
S
151 Corn Elder
Miami (FL)
CB
152 Devonte Fields
Louisville
EDGE
154 Wayne Gallman
Clemson
RBF
158 Keith Kelsey
Louisville
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Florida St
CB
175 Mack Hollins
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WRF
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Pittsburgh
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183 Artavis Scott
Clemson
WRS
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Florida St
FB
187 Jerod Evans
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QB
202 T.J. Logan
North Carolina
RBC
203 Marquel Lee
Wake Forest
ILB
204 Stacy Coley
Miami (FL)
WRF
208 Jadar Johnson
Clemson
S
210 Ryan Switzer
North Carolina
WRS
214 Des Lawrence
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CB
217 Cole Hikutini
Louisville
TE
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Boston College
OLB
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Louisville
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