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2017 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32

Consensus Mock Draft #3 | January 19, 2017 2:30 AM EST

17 Washington
Demarcus Walker
    Florida St
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
273
Alternate Pick #1
Marshon Lattimore
Alternate Pick #2
Adoree Jackson

The Redskins STILL have not signed a defensive coordinator. They've missed out on Wade Phillips and Gregg Williams and it looks like Gus Bradley will follow Anthony Lynn to the Chargers, leaving Washington in a holding pattern. I was trusting the process, and then the Redskins did the unthinkable: they interviewed...Rob Ryan. I really, really struggled typing his name just now. My heart hurts. I am now preparing for us to draft Serena Williams in RD1. Assuming we do not draft a female tennis player, the Redskins will draft a RB or a defensive player, and you can take that to the bank. In fact, take that to all of the banks. Here, the Redskins add an edge presence with DeMarcus Walker. As a result of the lack of talent (and girth) on the front seven in Washington, I expect the Redskins to switch back to a 4-3 base, which will make the in-game transition between base and nickel easier. Walker would be a great fit as a base end, allowing the Redskins to use Ryan Kerrigan and Trent Murphy as inside rushers at times on passing downs, which may be where the two veterans are most effective. The Burgundy and Gold have struggled getting any explosion from their four-man rushes, and as Chris Cooley has stated on ESPN 980 multiple times, adding one player to the defensive line will create a ripple effect across the line that could help put each Redskin veteran in a position that suits them significantly better than the position they were forced to play in 2016.


18 Tennessee
Corey Davis
    W Michigan
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Alternate Pick #2
John Ross

Despite Marcus Mariota progressing this season, the Titans still finished 25th in passing yards this season. A lot of that is easily attributed to inconsistent receiver play. Kendall Wright, Tennessee's go-to receiver the past couple years, missed a lot of time with injuries and will not be returning next year. Delanie Walker missed a couple of games, and will be 33. Many mocks floating around will have the team seriously considering Mike Williams with the fifth-overall pick! However, Williams was off the board, but Corey Davis is not a bad consolation prize at all. Considered by some to be the #2 receiver in the class (ranked the second-best outside receiver on our 2017 Positional Rankings), Davis is a monster. He has a great build (6'3", 213) and has been highly productive throughout his college career. Although he played in the MAC against three B1G opponents this year (Northwestern, Illinois, and Wisconsin), Davis caught 17 passes for 240 yards and one AMAZING Touchdown. He's been incredible in his four years, catching 332 passes for 5,285 yards and 52 (!!!) touchdowns. Again, Jon Robinson has shown he values production. Davis clearly meets that benchmark.


19 Tampa Bay
JuJu Smith-Schuster
    USC
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
215
Alternate Pick #1
John Ross
Alternate Pick #2
Dalvin Cook

A re-shuffling of our 2017 NFL Draft Big Board has moved Corey Davis, our Bucs' choice for the past two weeks, up ahead to the #3 WR ranking for the 2017 NFL Draft. In terms of overall prospect ranking, Davis, Washington's John Ross and JuJu Smith-Schuster are all clustered together around #20, so it comes down to what a team is looking for in deciding among the three.

Help at catching footballs is the most-prominent concern for the 2017 season as Free Agency has laid waste to the 2016 contingent. Main stud Michael Evans returns (but his contract is up after the 2017 season), and ERFA Adam Humphries will likely be tendered an offer, but that's about it. Cecil Shorts, Russell Shepard, and VJAX are all gone. Although Evans compiled an awesome 96-1321-12TD stat line in the 2016 season, another big-league target will really open up the offense, and provide insurance in the event that Evans walks (although he'd certainly be tagged if a deal can't be reached).

With Corey Davis off the board in this DRAFTSIM, JJSS would be a guy that Dirk Koetter would be ecstatic to land here at #19. His production at USC dipped as a Junior, totaling 70-914-10TD compared to 89-1454-10TD as a Soph. This can be attributed to regular double-teaming, and also the propensity of (potential 2018 top pick) QB Sam Darnold to spread the ball around to several other fine WR options at USC. There are concerns that Smith-Schuster is not an accomplished route-runner, and has difficultly gaining separation, but here's our own Austin Smith for more on that with his excellent Scouting Report.


20 Denver
Garett Bolles
    Utah
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -20
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
296
Alternate Pick #1
O.J. Howard
Alternate Pick #2
John Ross

It is fitting and frustrating that just as a tackle like Bolles emerged as a first-round candidate that could fit in a zone-blocking scheme, the Broncos would hire Mike McCoy who runs more of a hybrid-blocking scheme. Still, Bolles has the best feet of any linemen considered to be a first-round prospect in this draft and the Broncos are still desperate for help at Left Tackle. Any future success the Broncos will have hinges on them making improvements to that offensive line, and that is what we have them doing here. After that, it will be incredibly important to establish an offensive identity moving forward. They have two quarterbacks with completely different skillsets, and they need to decide which they want to build this offense around. ~Austin Smith


21 Detroit
Takkarist McKinley
    UCLA
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
265
Alternate Pick #1
Tim Williams
Alternate Pick #2
TJ Watt

Many will be leery of most of our DraftTek Edge Defenders as NFL Defensive Ends, especially in Detroit's 4-3 defense. They cite Smurf-ish stature as an ill-fit for an NFL-prototype DE43. Up until the 2016 season, I would have been in lockstep with that long-held group-think. Then came Kerry Hyder, the unheralded rookie, who led the Lions with eight sacks. Hyder, a DT on Detroit's roster, is only 6'2", 270 pounds.

My curiosity piqued, I took a look at the 2016 NFL sack leader stats. Of the top-12 NFL sack artists, only Danielle Hunter (MIN), and Chandler Jones (LAC) barely topped 6'4". All are Edge defenders (either OLB34s or DE43s). What about defending passes? The reasonable assumption here is that taller defenders would dominate, right? That proved to be anything but the case as the smaller defenders among top-12 Edge defenders swept this category also.

I do hope that I have disspelled the "taller is better" myth regarding NFL Edge defenders, and that you can appreciate prospects like Takkarist McKinley (UCLA), Charles Harris (Missouri), or Tim Williams (Alabama) going forward. ~Mike Sudds, DraftTek Lions Analyst


22 Miami
Jarrad Davis
    Florida
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
227
Alternate Pick #1
O.J. Howard
Alternate Pick #2
Marshon Lattimore

The big question surrounding the Dolphins' defense is whether newly-promoted Defensive Coordinator Matt Burke can fix the run-stopping woes in his predecessor's scheme. If sticking to the wide-nine scheme is something that Burke plans to do, then moving Kiko to either Sam Linebacker or to Will Linebacker could be the first step in righting the run-stopping woes. Ideally, Kiko is best suited for Will Linebacker because of his ability to fly to the ball.

Let's face it; the Dolphins are in desperate need of an upgrade to their linebacking corps, and the Dolphins cannot ignore this glaring hole. Jarrad Davis possesses the skill-set that can earn him a starting role on the Dolphins' 31st-ranked run-D. If Kiko ends up sliding over to the Sam or Will Linebacker, then Davis would likely start opposite him leaving the Mike Linebacker position wide open. ~Woodrow Sweet, Dolphins Analyst


23 NY Giants
Dalvin Cook
    Florida St
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +11
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
206
Alternate Pick #1
O.J. Howard
Alternate Pick #2
Christian McCaffrey

The Giants have imminent need for upgrade at Running Back, Tight End, Offensive Tackle and Defensive End. Our DRAFTSIMs have bounced around in recent months among these positions, and will no doubt continue to do so as the draft approaches. Depending upon what the teams drafting in front of the Giants focus upon in our mock drafts, there will more often that not be a prospect who slips through the cracks and falls to the G-men. This week's results are effectively a best case scenario, which realistically could come into play on Day 1 in April. Elusive Florida State RB Dalvin Cook is widely considered a top-10 prospect (our board has Cook at #12). Cook has a huge year for the Seminoles, tallying 1765 rushing yards on 288 carries and 19TD. But he's a pre-eminant receiving threat as well. Out of the backfield Cook caught 33 balls for 488 yards and another score. Review our Scouting Report and come away impressed.


24 Oakland
Marshon Lattimore
    Ohio St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
192
Alternate Pick #1
Adoree Jackson
Alternate Pick #2
Desmond King

Silver-and-Black fans, welcome to Lattimore Island! In a draft loaded with CBs, it is hard to not pass on a top talent such as Marshon Lattimore. Listed at 6'0"/192 pds, Lattimore has the size to match up nicely against larger receivers. He has the fluid hips to quickly shift direction to mirror receivers in quick slot routes. On the outside, he shows unbelievable recovery speed and patiently waits for the ball to make a play. One of his best attributes is his aggressiveness in run support, where he plays with an attack mode.

The Raiders struggled with small, fast receivers in 2016. Also, it seemed like tight ends were always a step ahead of our linebackers. We need an infusion of speed, at both cornerback and linebacker. (ILB candidates are Vandy's Zach Cunningham and Florida's Jarrad Davis). Currently, question is who is going to coach these players up? Denver quietly swiped our DB coaches.





25 Houston
TJ Watt
    Wisconsin
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
243
Alternate Pick #1
Brad Kaaya
Alternate Pick #2
Chris Wormley

Successful teams draft best available players and rarely reach for less-talented players to fill positions of need. With Watson long gone, any other QB in RD1 would be a reach. Mahomes is an intriguing pickup, but not this early. Not only do the Texans have QB uncertainties, they must upgrade the O-Line and address several impending FA decisions. Most of the RD1 Tackle prospects have already been selected and Houston can't afford to reach and miss on a prospect. O'Brien has made it known; re-signing AJ Bouye is a priority. Bouye has blossomed from a Texan's UDFA into one of the best cover corners in the league, you don't let those leave. If Bouye gets the contract he's earned, Demps and/or Simon may become cap casualties unless they sign team-friendly deals. For the sake of this mock draft, Simon walks and his position is filled with none other than TJ Watt. The only thing better than one Watt is two! This isn't just a "feel-good" pick; TJ Watt is a 6'4", 243Ib, beast in his own right. He would be a perfect fit playing with his big brother in the 3-4. I believe the competitive intensity between the Watt brothers would permeate through the team and enhance team competition. Imagine the excitement in H-Town with the Watt Brothers, Clowney, and Mercilus all racing to the QB. Versatile LBs are important in Romeo's defense, and Watt is a good fit. If Simon is lost in FA, TJ Watt could fill in nicely. ~CME, Texans Analyst


26 Seattle
Charles Harris
    Missouri
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
235
Alternate Pick #1
Tim Williams
Alternate Pick #2
John Ross

After a statement win in the Wildcard round, Seattle once again let their inconsistencies come to light. The offense couldn't score. The defense couldn't stop giving up points. Seattle looked lost. On top of that; the injury bug bit again and DeShawn Shead tore his ACL at the start of the second half. He'll likely be out for eight months, and with him set to hit Free Agency this offseason, it doesn't look good that the Seahawks will retain him. Pete Carroll and Company will now watch the playoffs from home and focus heavily on the draft for the next few months.

When it comes to the draft, Schneider and Carroll have a few basic principles that have shown through in recent selections: a player was invited to a private workout, a player performs well at the Combine, a player has a specialty, a player has the potential to be versatile.

This week the DRAFTSIM assigned Charles Harris. He has a specialty, pass rushing via a quick first step and a spin-move. He has the potential for versatility, as he has been asked to defend the run and drop into coverage at Mizzou. Together, these imply that he could very well fill Bruce Irvin's shoes at the SAM/LEO position. The Seahawks had trouble putting pressure on QBs in the final weeks of the season. Only three Seahawks reached double-digits in hurries, and KJ Wright was the only LB to rank in the top 200 in hurries (6). To see what Harris is all about, check out this Scouting Report from our own Austin Smith. ~ @JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


27 Kansas City
Zach Cunningham
    Vanderbilt
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1
Mitch Trubisky
Alternate Pick #2
Brad Kaaya

Last year, GM John Dorsey made free agent moves in direct response to his most menacing competitor in the AFC West. Wearing the Browns' uniform in 2015, Mitchell Schwartz allowed no sacks and only one QB pressure in a game facing Broncos' sack-master Von Miller. Thus, the Chiefs signed Schwartz as an answer to Miller and Khalil Mack, who also made a habit of terrorizing QBs around the league. This year, Dorsey needs to look past the AFC West and ask himself, "Who will help my team defeat the consistent challengers for the Lamar Hunt Trophy?" I'm speaking, of course, about the Steelers and the Patriots.

Keeping Big Ben, Antonio Brown, and Le'Veon Bell (the Killer Bs) out of the end zone was a pretty big accomplishment, but let's get real. We did not STOP them; nor, were we ever going to STOP them even if a successful 2-pt conversion sent the game into overtime.

My direct answer to Le'Veon Bell and the interior line of the Steelers is Zach Cunningham. In my opinion, Cunningham should be listed as a top-12 player in this year's draft. He is a smart linebacker who diagnoses runs and crossing patterns equally well. He has 39.5 tackles for loss, and has amassed 285 tackles in his 3-yr career at Vandy. Oh, by the way, Cunningham also has an answer for that 4th killer B (Kicker, Chris Boswell) who wrought defeat upon our team: Click here. ~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst


28 Dallas
Adoree Jackson
    USC
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
185
Alternate Pick #1
Desmond King
Alternate Pick #2
Sidney Jones

I sincerely hope "his eminence" influences the NFL Competition Committee to eliminate the "All-Star Officiating Crews" for the playoffs next season . . . or at least reassign them to a game they are competent to officiate! The interpretation and enforcement of the rules of play have been lacking in all of the playoff games (even Tony Dungy said so), but 2 examples of flags stuck in the pockets occurred in Dallas: 1) Witten tackled short of the goal BEFORE THE BALL ARRIVED (that would be PI) and 2) Beasley suffering a helmet-to-helmet hit (where's your concern for player safety, Sheriff Goodell???)

Moving forward to the 2017 Draft, I am reminded of the old axiom, "There's lies, there's damned lies, and then there's statistics!" ProFootballFocus takes an interesting approach to running numbers, but sometimes it just doesn't pass the eye test. Case in point: Dallas Secondary Ranked #1??? Pass defense is a two-fold process, requiring both pass rush and coverage . . . and both of those areas are priorities the Cowboys need to address in the off-season. From an alignment perspective, Sean Lee certainly does not need to be on the outside WR in pass coverage! Jim Thorpe winner Adoree Jackson should resolve that as the fleet-footed (4.32 forty) Olympian can play CB, WR, and KR. Jackson declared for the Draft in the 11th hour, and his ankle injury suffered in the 3rd quarter of the Rose Bowl should not hamper his pre-draft activities.


29 Pittsburgh
Tim Williams
    Alabama
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
252
Alternate Pick #1
Taco Charlton
Alternate Pick #2
Christian McCaffrey

The Steelers' 2015 first round pick OLB Bud Dupree has been a productive player down the stretch. With 2.5 sacks in the last 4 games Dupree has hurried the passer, drawn penalties, and played the run with elite athleticism from the left side of the line. On the right side, James Harrison is playing like a man possessed....like a 38-year-old man possessed by the idea of winning the Super Bowl and then retiring.

Thus far, the Steelers have no one in the wings with starter potential. Alabama kids can be difficult evaluations because of the quality of the surrounding cast. Yet in this very talented roster, Williams stands out as a playmaker and as a polished physical player. Like Dupree, Williams is an athlete gifted with a quick first step and noticeable flexibility. Unlike Dupree, Williams has played and flourished against the best competition and has had the benefit of excellent coaching. The result is a well-developed player who generates consistent pressure. The Steelers will certainly have to do some background digging to see if some off-the-field problems, including drugs and a failure to have a permit to carry his handgun, should boot him from their draft board.


30 Green Bay
O.J. Howard
    Alabama
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Desmond King
Alternate Pick #2
Sidney Jones

The one thing missing from the Packers' offense the last few years has been a true receiving threat at Tight End. Give Aaron Rodgers that extra weapon to go to when the receivers are not getting separation and it can be the difference between winning and losing. For evidence, you need to look no further than the last two playoff games. Jared Cook has hauled in eleven catches for 152 Yds and some BIG first downs, none more significant than the 36-yard, tiptoeing, inbounds grab that gave Mason Crosby the chance to win the game. Cook is on a one-year contract and is no guarantee to return. Ted Thompson is always thinking a few years down the road anyway, so don't you think OJ Howard would look pretty good running under some of Aaron Rodgers' strikes? Yeah, I thought so...


31 Atlanta
Taco Charlton
    Michigan
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
285
Alternate Pick #1
Dan Feeney
Alternate Pick #2
Caleb Brantley

Another week, and it's still tacos on the menu at Flowery Branch. As the Falcons move down the draft, the opportunities to improve the physicality of the D-Line become more focused. Adrian Clayborn has found himself hurt. Again. While he has been a solid member of the defensive front rotation, consistent health eludes him. Derrick Shelby will attempt to return from a torn Achilles' injury. Tyson Jackson soaks up too much cap space relative to his production. Adding a big-bodied edge player and stout defensive tackles will likely be the first order of the offseason. While the defense has improved as the season progressed, it is still missing some pieces.

Dan Quinn has preached "fast and physical" and he certainly added "fast" last offseason with Keanu Neal, Deion Jones, and Devondre Campbell. Now they could stand to add some "physical" to improve a still porous red-zone defense. Charlton posses both quick-twitch athleticism and appealing size at 6'6" 275. Charlton possesses both the high motor and football IQ that could compensate for less-than-elite speed. If he can run under a 4.7 at the Combine, he could move earlier in the round given his size and production. As it is, he makes a nice pick at the end of the first for a team that hopes that the record they have written so far this year is a prelude for a long run of picking late in the draft.


32 New England
Desmond King
    Iowa
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
200
Alternate Pick #1
Sidney Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Gareon Conley

It has been talked about ad nauseam, yet it hasn't been talked about enough; the Patriots have been to the AFC Championship eleven of the past sixteen seasons. That's nearly 70%. Their 11 trips to championship games (again...in just 15 seasons) are also more than all but 5 teams have attended in their entire team history. New England fans have been invested late into January almost every year for fifteen years. If we could all be so lucky! If we could all have arguably the best quarterback AND coach of all time...concurrently!

However, the Patriots are not a perfect team. They have holes in their front seven, and their secondary needs a reload, especially if Malcolm Butler leaves as a free agent. Don't fret though, NE faithful: BB will continue to trade away his best players and cover up the corresponding holes with ease. Here, NE drafts a versatile DB that has drawn comparisons to none other than the Patriots' McCourty. King played CB at Iowa, but many believe that because of his lack of straight-line speed and his perceived hip tightness, he may be best suited as a safety that can match up in the slot and on tight ends in the NFL. Either way, King is a smart, versatile back who is willing to study and execute wherever he is lined up. Sounds like a Belichick player to me, regardless of what he might post on his Instachat.

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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Florida St
RBF
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Clemson
QB
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North Carolina
QB
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Florida St
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Florida St
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Virginia Tech
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Clemson
DL3T
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Florida St
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56 Dorian Johnson
Pittsburgh
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62 Cordrea Tankersley
Clemson
CB
67 Adam Bisnowaty
Pittsburgh
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69 Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech
WRF
73 Jordan Leggett
Clemson
TE
78 Tyrone Crowder
Clemson
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89 Wayne Gallman
Clemson
RBF
91 Artavis Scott
Clemson
WRS
101 Devonte Fields
Louisville
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106 Josh Harvey-Clemons
Louisville
S
110 Elijah Hood
North Carolina
RBF
111 Keith Kelsey
Louisville
OLB
120 Nazair Jones
North Carolina
DL3T
124 Jerod Evans
Virginia Tech
QB
125 Stacy Coley
Miami (FL)
WRF
130 Marquez White
Florida St
CB
135 Danny Isidora
Miami (FL)
OG
140 David Njoku
Miami (FL)
TE
149 Marquel Lee
Wake Forest
ILB
153 James Quick
Louisville
WRF
160 Nathan Peterman
Pittsburgh
QB
164 Ben Boulware
Clemson
ILB
168 Lucas Crowley
North Carolina
OC
171 Cole Hikutini
Louisville
TE
172 Cam Serigne
Wake Forest
TE
180 Tobijah Hughley
Louisville
OC
187 Jay Guillermo
Clemson
OC
191 Des Lawrence
North Carolina
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Florida St
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