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4 Marlon Humphrey
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2017 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32

Consensus Mock Draft #7 | February 16, 2017 1:10 AM EST

17 Washington
Marshon Lattimore
    Ohio St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
192
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Jourdan Lewis

While the biggest story in Washington undoubtedly is Kirk Cousins' contract status, the biggest issue facing the Redskins this offseason is their recalcitrant defense. Now, you're asking yourself one of two questions; 1: 'What that heck does recalcitrant mean again?' or 2: 'Did he mean to use recalcitrant there or was he looking for a word more like repulsive or redoubtable?' Well, yes, #2ers; I meant to use recalcitrant, and for you #1ers: recalcitrant: noun. 'having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipline'. According to multiple sources, both nationally and from inside Redskins Park, the biggest issue with the Redskins defense lay in communication both between coaches and players and between the players themselves. Reports are that the DB and DL rooms were turbulent at best, resulting in players challenging their superiors and eventually actively defying them.

In any event, the constant ineptitude displayed by the DBs outside of Josh Norman resulted DB coach Perry Fewell being the first staff member shown the door in January. Bashaud Breeland went from being a rising star at CB to a disgruntled CB, was eventually asked to switch to S, and refused. In addition to getting Bree back on track, the Redskins flat-out need to add talent to a group that includes as many WRs as it does sustainable starters. Marshon Lattimore would start from Day 1 and would allow Bree to shift inside as a nickel back where he is most suited. A gifted athlete who boasts a prototypical frame for the position and is only scratching the surface of his potential, Lattimore would be a steal at this stage of the first round.


18 Tennessee
John Ross
    Washington
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
196
Alternate Pick #1
Cooper Kupp
Alternate Pick #2
Tim Williams

After addressing the secondary with their first pick, Tennessee has a little bit of freedom to play with their next pick here. However, with how the board is laid out right now, their options are minimal. The top players remaining are mostly Running Backs and Offensive Tackles, two of the few positions where they have no need to upgrade. Some of their options could be looking at the couple of Inside Linebackers to compete with Avery Williamson and Wesley Woodyard, or one of the Edge Rushers available to bolster depth. At #18, though, these players are all a bit of a reach. The two players that make the most sense right now are John Ross and O.J. Howard. Between the two, Ross fits the more immediate need, fitting into Kendall Wright's role in the slot, and providing a sorely-needed option for Mariota, who will be returning from a broken fibula. Tight Ends are notorious for struggling as they adjust to the NFL style of play and emphasis on needing to block. If Howard were available. this scenario would work, since Delanie Walker is still performing well, but Ross is the more immediate fit.


19 Tampa Bay
Cam Robinson
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
Dalvin Cook

So I've been reading that, in the event that the Bucs are unable to land a top WR here in RD1, a great second option would be a total-package TE such as O.J. Howard from Alabama. In fact, it could be argued that Howard will offer more utility to the Bucs' offense than Corey Davis (for example). Howard is an excellent in-line blocker; that's how he was deployed at Alabama. But Howard wanted to show at the Senior Bowl that he's a great pass catcher, too. He succeeded. Finally, Howard would be ready to step in, in the event of injury to Cameron Brate. The Bucs' offense lost sync when Brate went down late in the season. The "OJ Triple Play!".

Unfortunately, so successful was Howard at the Senior Bowl that his draft stock bypassed Tampa Bay faster than the Shinkansen Express to Osaka.

Although the Tight End argument has merit, the inexperienced, "high-upside" David Njoku will not get the call here --too much risk. In the absence of top-shelf WRs (Davis, Ross, Williams), the Bucs will look to solidify the offensive line. Last week it was Garett Bolles, but this week HC Dirk Koetter has a choice of Bolles' higher-ranked peers, Cam Robinson and Ryan Ramczyk. Although modestly lower-rated, we'll go with Robinson [Scouting Report] due to big(ger) game experience, and sans Ramczyk's injury history.


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

I expect Bolles to test well at the Combine. If that happens, teams could start to covet him over Ryan Ramczyk, who may not be able workout prior to the draft due to a hip injury. He may also leapfrog Cam Robinson, who has questions away from the field and who may also be best suited on the right side. With that being said, Denver needs to do their homework on all three, as well as guard Forrest Lamp. There is no question this team needs to get better up front, and if Bolles truly is the cream of the crop, they may even want to consider moving up to get him. ~Austin Smith


21 Detroit
Zach Cunningham
    Vanderbilt
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1
Tim Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

Choices abound here, but finding value based on DraftTek's Big Board doesn't appear to be possible if the Lions wish to draft defense. At least pre-Combine, Vandy ILB Zach Cunningham is a whopping -11 reach. Florida's ILB Jarrad Davis (-7) fares a bit better, but is still too reachy. Edge Defenders Taco Charlton (-12), Charles Harris (-16), and Tim Williams (-5) were largely abandoned in favor of an ILB for this very reason last week because we found better value in RD2.

NFL Draft history tells us that reaching for talent to fill a need is a horrible mistake. We have to make the reasonable assumption here that the Lions' draft board will eliminate QBs, RBs, Safeties, O-Linemen, and TEs from RD1 consideration. Florida's CB Quincy Williams (+3 value), and Florida State's RB Dalvin Cook (+8) fail to meet the Lions' glaring needs.

There are three unanswered questions at this point: First, we do not know what the Lions' draft board looks like at this early juncture. Second, we don't know yet what impact Free Agency will have on team needs. Finally, we don't know how prospects will grade out at the Combine, Pro Days, and private workouts. We will continue to gather information throughout this draft season, adjusting as conditions warrant. For the moment, it appears that the Lions would be best served by trading down for better value. ~Mike Sudds, Lions Analyst.


22 Miami
Jarrad Davis
    Florida
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
227
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
Tim Williams

O.J. Howard falling to the Dolphins in DraftTek's Mock Draft has ended this week. This means that it is back to filling one the Dolphins' biggest needs (Linebacker). With the possibility of losing multiple linebackers this offseason, the Dolphins will likely have a major need for a guy that can step in and contribute at either OLB or ILB.

After a little hiatus, Jarrad Davis is back as the Dolphins' projected RD1 pick. Simply put, it is Davis' skillset at Linebacker that keeps him in the running each week as the Dolphins' first pick. Davis is stellar in coverage and is arguably one of the hardest-hitting linebackers in this year's draft class. He has also received a lot of praise for his leadership and his ability as a tackler. These attributes are what make Davis the versatile linebacker prospect that the Dolphins will be in the market for. Some concern over an ankle injury that caused him to miss multiple games in 2016 is still looming, and will keep him from showcasing his skillset at the Combine. Barring any setbacks, Davis will remain a first-round prospect that could instantly upgrade the Dolphins' underperforming linebacker corps. ~Woodrow Sweet, Dolphins Analyst


23 NY Giants
Taco Charlton
    Michigan
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -10
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
272
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
David Njoku

The Giants have many decisions to make this off-season and wisely began their roster restructuring by releasing two accomplished offensive players, WR Victor Cruz and RB Rashad Jennings, their leading rusher in 2016. Anyone surprised by these releases were not paying attention. The moves clear a combined $10M in cap space this coming season, bringing the current overall total to approximately $32M. The Giants' biggest off-season question remains the cost of signing DE Jason Pierre-Paul. It seems clear he is done taking a home-town discount. If JPP is indeed looking to get a contract similar to teammate Olivier Vernon's deal, it's probably not happening with the Giants. Also not likely to happen is the Giants placing the franchise tag on JPP, a figure currently projected at $17M.

While Romeo Okwara filled in admirably in JPP's absence down the stretch, the Giants could help replenish their rotation and add depth with Taco Charlton out of the University of Michigan. Vidauntae "Taco" Charlton is an ascending prospect offering tantalizing size, length, and freakish athletic traits. He will remind some of Justin Tuck who was instrumental as a rookie in helping to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, playing DE in base formations while sliding inside in Steve Spagnuolo's NASCAR sub package. The Giants have twice proven in the last decade what an electric defense can do in the playoffs and dating even further back, former GM Ernie Accorsi once said, "You never, ever have enough pass rushers".


24 Oakland
Dalvin Cook
    Florida St
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +11
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
206
Alternate Pick #1
Ryan Ramczyk
Alternate Pick #2
Quincy Wilson

Last offseason, Oakland made it clear they did not see Latavius Murray as an elite feature back. This offseason, the front office will need to decide whether they can pay top dollar to retain him. Given the required change in attitude such a leap would take, do not be surprised if the former 6th rounder turned Pro Bowler is allowed to walk. Should that happen, don't be surprised to see Oakland look at Cook in RD1. Last year's 5th rounder DeAndre Washington, as well as UDFA Jalen Richard, are both on the roster after surprisingly-strong rookie seasons, but neither has the capability of being a feature back.

Cook is 3 inches taller than either back and is 7 and 24 pounds heavier, respectively. With a frame to absorb the pounding in the running game, he also has the added length to better assist in the passing game. Washington and Richard caught 17 and 29 passes in 2016, but Cook was able to haul in 33 over the course of his Junior season. The complete and electric back the Raiders have craves, Cook would make the Silver & Black offense all-the-more lethal. Ryan Ramczyk, Quincy Wilson, Tim Williams, and Raekwon McMillan would all get consideration, but it'd be tough to leave this true feature back on the board.





25 Houston
Ryan Ramczyk
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
314
Alternate Pick #1
Malik McDowell
Alternate Pick #2
Brad Kaaya

Football is a team sport, but the Houston Texan's Defense is far too talented to be wasted by poor offensive play. The window of opportunity is now and Houston must find at least a game manager under center to take advantage of this special defense. If the Texans can find a QB to distribute the football to their playmakers while eliminating errors, they would be annual contenders. With Deshaun Watson off the board, the Texans must decide if there's another QB worth a 1st rounder. Whether that QB is in the draft or on another team has yet to be determined. Rumors are swirling around Jimmy Garoppolo in NE, but after missing on Osweiler, trading for Jimmy seems like a bridge too far. Since there are no obvious QB solutions at pick 25, the Texans decide to fill their next biggest hole. Solidifying the O-line is a major priority no matter who the QB turns out to be. If not for "red flags" over a hip injury, Ryan Ramczyk would be in top-10 discussions. The Texans may be opposed to drafting another early round injury risk following Nick Martin's redshirt season, but a healthy Ramczyk is clearly an upgrade at RT. An O-Line featuring D. Brown, Su'a Filo, Mancz, Martin, and Ramczyk would be a much improved lineup over 2016's edition. The versatility of Mancz and Martin provides flexibility at OC and OG, while Jeff Allen provides quality depth. ~CME, Texans Analyst.


26 Seattle
Haason Reddick
    Temple
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -28
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1
Quincy Wilson
Alternate Pick #2
Gareon Conley

After three straight weeks of Adoree' Jackson to Seattle, we see a new face in RD1. Jackson is still a very real possibility, but without Combine measurements -all Seahawk DBs have 32-inch arms- it's hard to gauge Schneider's interest on pass defenders.

Hasson Reddick was an undersized 5-tech DE at Temple. He went under-the-radar for a lot of college football fans, recording just 17.5 sacks in his four seasons at a fairly small school. However, Reddick managed to constantly make plays by notching 47 tackles for loss and forcing four fumbles. His Senior year (9.5 sacks/22.5 TFL/3 FF) earned Reddick a trip to the Senior Bowl, where he really impressed scouts and media pundits alike.

Remember that the 4-3 base defense rarely plays in today's NFL, so why spend the RD1 selection on a luxury position? Reddick's best asset is his versatility, a regular description for a majority of Seattle defensive players. Reddick can line up at SAM in the 4-3, in the Seahawks' LEO position, and in a normal 5-tech DE. He's absolutely the type of player Seattle should take in RD1, an impact player. ~ @JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


27 Kansas City
Patrick Mahomes II
    Texas Tech
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -17
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
229
Alternate Pick #1
Christian McCaffrey
Alternate Pick #2
Brad Kaaya

Patrick Mahomes II is the most interesting and polarizing QB prospect in this draft. College coaches compare him to Brett Favre. He has a cannon for an arm, exceptional field awareness, and he plays smart. Yet, also plays a little loose. When he uses his uncanny ability to get out of the pocket... magic happens. Said coach Kliff Kingsbury to Mahomes, "When things are there within the system, let's take it. And then when it's not, get out and work your magic." He will need a patient and understanding coach in order to succeed in the NFL.

The son of a former MLB pitcher, Mahomes played baseball and football at Texas Tech, but ended up dropping baseball to focus more on football. In 2016, Mahomes led the nation in passing yards, hitting his targets for a combined 5,052 yds. He scored 41 TDs and owned an amazing 157.0 QB rating. He was possessed in his season finale against Baylor, as the Red Raider QB threw for over 580 yds and scored 6 TDs. Much like Favre, he at times trusts his arm too much and forces off-balanced throws into coverage when hurried by a blitz. A year as understudy to Alex Smith will be the best medicine for Mahomes. Check out BJ Kissel's interview with Mahomes and a list of other potential selections for the Chiefs top pick here. Side Note: Wherever he plays in the NFL, I hope Mahomes drops the Roman numeral from his name. Whereas RG III might sound like a cool Star Wars droid, PM II just sounds like a new-and-improved nighttime cold reliever. ~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst


28 Dallas
Quincy Wilson
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1
Adoree Jackson
Alternate Pick #2
Gareon Conley

Last week's financial lecture of the term "tranche" is replaced by the old axiom "Never look a gift horse in the mouth"! In other words, when the #3 ranked CB in this year's draft class falls to #28, you sprint your selection card to The Commish and thank yourLucky Charms! Wilson, a 2-year starter at Florida, was part of a deep cornerback depth chart for the Gators, but despite the numbers, the coaches couldn't keep him off the field. After sharing the starting duties as a Soph, Quincy started all 13 games in 2016 as a Junior, finishing 2nd on the team in passes defended (9) and interceptions (3) to earn 2nd-Team All-SEC honors.

In the game film I reviewed, Mr. Wilson exhibits the physical traits Dallas likes in a CB with a well-built, long frame. I see excellent balance in his back-pedal, with the smooth turn-and-run skills to stay within arm's length of receivers. Quincy has enough speed to stay on top of WRs when he anticipates the route. He maintains physicality in press coverage with his hand positioning, but also stays controlled with his jabs. His long arms provide 2 advantages: 1) take away passing lanes and 2) give him ball skills of a WR at the catch point. Wilson is a strong run defender and drives on the ball while maintaining outside leverage. The Cowboys' defensive backfield just overcame the first F/A departure!


29 Green Bay
Charles Harris
    Missouri
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Adoree Jackson
Alternate Pick #2
Carl Lawson

One drawback to making the playoffs every year without having an occasional bad year is you never get a shot at the early RD1 "can't-miss" talents in the NFL Draft. Ted Thompson's attempts to land a bona fide pass rusher to pair with Clay Matthews have been disappointing, but don't be surprised if he goes to that well again, bypassing the Packers' apparent glaring need at Cornerback. Perhaps, to improve his chances, he taps into a program that has had great recent success sending pass rushers to the NFL. Missouri has produced Aldon Smith, Kony Ealy, Shane Ray, and Markus Golden, all of whom were early contributors to their team and became very good pass rushers. Charles Harris should be the next in line to fit that description. With 16 sacks and 30 TFL in the last two seasons, Harris has shown the ability to be a disruptive force on defense, something the Packers' defense lacks and sorely needs. With a bevy of cornerbacks already off the board, Harris provides value at a position of need at pick 29. The hope is he provides a bigger impact than past first round picks Nick Perry and Datone Jones --perhaps the third time will be the charm.

Highlights

~ @JerseyAlGBP, Packers Analyst


30 Pittsburgh
Demarcus Walker
    Florida St
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -18
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
273
Alternate Pick #1
Christian McCaffrey
Alternate Pick #2
Carl Lawson

Walker comes from a big-name program, put up consistent production over several years, and demonstrates high character as a team captain. The Steelers, looking for a pass rusher early, value those three things and will consider Walker in the first. The team's outside linebackers accounted for only 16.5 sacks last year with 5 of those coming from James Harrison, probably playing his last season in 2017.

What's something of a projection is whether the Steelers will take a player as a situational pass rusher. They'd prefer not to, but above all things they do need a sure thing. At 280 pounds, Walker 's not a cookie-cutter outside linebacker who should be expected to drop into coverage much. His value is as a proven commodity as a pass rusher. He used his powerful punch and well-developed arsenal of rush moves to put opposing quarterbacks on the ground 26.5 times over the last two years. As the Steelers spend three quarters of their time out of their base 3-4, they should be able to get a good deal of production from Walker and sit him when they go to base.


31 Atlanta
Tim Williams
    Alabama
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
252
Alternate Pick #1
Forrest Lamp
Alternate Pick #2
Malik McDowell

ESPN's Vaughn McClure believes Atlanta will use their RD1 pick on a pass rusher. McClure is unusually plugged in to the decisions coming from the front office, so Tim Williams might be a prescient pick here. Williams' plusses and minuses are interesting. One of his plusses might actually be a minus, in that one player he is often compared to is Vic Beasley. Would the Falcons want to double down on quick-twitch edge rushers who don't always seal the edge against the run? They've certainly had success with Beasley; having two such players coming from both edges could be just what the pass rush needs, or they might prioritize a more traditional DE43 type player here. There are off-field concerns with Williams, including rumors of failed drug tests. Perhaps new OC Steve Sarkisian has insight into the Alabama player. Williams has a lot to recommend him, and based on talent and the continual need for more pass rushers, he could be a top-15 pick. The intense scrutiny of the draft process will reveal if he's the next Vic Beasley or the next Randy Gregory. If he's the latter, expect Atlanta to pass.


32 New England
Christian McCaffrey
    Stanford
    RBC
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
202
Alternate Pick #1
Jourdan Lewis
Alternate Pick #2
Adoree Jackson

Mismatches win championships. It's how New England legends of Rob Gronkowski can compare to Ben Coates, or LeGarrette Blount is Sam "Bam" Cunningham in disguise. It's how Christian McCaffrey will be the next great New England legend. Pick a spot on the offensive skill positions and McCaffrey will fit like a glove. The way I see it, you're looking at New England's version of Brian Westbrook. Displaying versatility and exceptional athleticism, McCaffrey is the Swiss Army Knife that makes teams wonder where he'll be at his best.

McCaffrey shattered Barry Sanders' single-season record for all-purpose yards with 3,864 from scrimmage. His patience and vision running the ball finds the creases needed to turn a simple 3-yard gain to 6+ scamper. He's most dangerous, however, when played towards mismatches in the slot. He's too big to be brought down by a nickel corner and too fast for traditional linebackers. He's a home-run threat any time he touches the ball and would open up the New England playbook to further the dynasty of the New England Patriots.

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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Clemson
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Florida St
RBF
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North Carolina
QB
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Clemson
QB
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TE
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Clemson
DL3T
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Florida St
OT
64 Bucky Hodges
Virginia Tech
TE
67 Travis Rudolph
Florida St
WRF
69 Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech
WRF
70 Cordrea Tankersley
Clemson
CB
79 Jordan Leggett
Clemson
TE
82 Dorian Johnson
Pittsburgh
OG
83 Nathan Peterman
Pittsburgh
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86 Adam Bisnowaty
Pittsburgh
OT
90 Wayne Gallman
Clemson
RBC
93 Nazair Jones
North Carolina
DL5T
98 Artavis Scott
Clemson
WRS
106 Keith Kelsey
Louisville
OLB
108 Devonte Fields
Louisville
EDGE
114 Josh Harvey-Clemons
Louisville
S
125 Jerod Evans
Virginia Tech
QB
126 Marquez White
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CB
132 Elijah Hood
North Carolina
RBF
133 Stacy Coley
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WRS
137 Danny Isidora
Miami (FL)
OG
152 Corn Elder
Miami (FL)
CB
155 Ben Boulware
Clemson
ILB
161 Marquel Lee
Wake Forest
ILB
163 Cole Hikutini
Louisville
TE
170 John Johnson
Boston College
S
172 Cam Serigne
Wake Forest
TE
181 Des Lawrence
North Carolina
CB
184 James Quick
Louisville
WRS
188 Justin Thomas
Georgia Tech
CB
196 Freddie Stevenson
Florida St
FB
201 Ryan Switzer
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WRS
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Boston College
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