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The NFL 2017 Round 1 draft results are in the books.

*(Parenthesis indicates overall draft pick)

1. (1) Cleveland BrownsMyles Garrett DE – Texas A & M – 6’4″ – 272 lbs. 4.64 – 40 yard dash time.

Strong pass rush talent but inconsistent motor per ESPN’s Jon Gruden. All-pro talent per NFL’s Mike Mayock. Likened to Julius Peppers.

2. (2) Chicago BearsMitchell Trubisky QB – North Carolina – 6’2″ – 222 lbs. 4.67 – 40 yard dash time.

Deep ball accuracy and situational awareness needs to improve per Gruden. Athletic and strong-armed per Mayock. Mike Glennon is still likely Chicago’s week 1 starter. Likened to Matthew Stafford.

3. (3) San Francisco 49ersSolomon Thomas DE – Stanford – 6’3″ – 273 lbs. 4.69 – 40 yard dash time.

Projected three-down starter to help plug last season’s run leaks at various positions on the line per ESPN’s Louis Riddick. Versatility along front line per Mayock. Likened to Michael Bennett, Justin Smith.

4. (4) Jacksonville JaguarsLeonard Fournette RB – LSU – 6’0″ 240 lbs. 4.51 – 40 yard dash time.

Powerful and likes to dish out punishment per ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. Likened to Adrian Peterson per Mayock. Should be at least a two-down starter.

5. (5) Tennessee TitansCorey Davis WR – Western Michigan – 6’3″ – 209 lbs. No 40 time.

Can run full route tree with good speed per Riddick. Needs to improve dropped passed per Gruden. Likened to Amari Cooper, Eric Decker.

6. (6) New York JetsJamal Adams S – LSU – 6’0″ 214 lbs. 4.56 – 40 yard dash time.

Best DB tackler in the draft per Gruden. Safest pick in draft per Mayock. Likened to Darren Woodson.

7. (7) Los Angeles ChargersMike Williams WR – Clemson – 6’4″ – 218 lbs. No 40 time.

Good 50-50 target per Gruden. Red zone threat per Mayock. Likened to Alshon Jeffery and Michael Thomas.

8. (8) Carolina PanthersChristian McCaffrey RB – Stanford – 5’11” – 202 lbs. 4.48 – 40 yard dash time.

Similar skill-set to Darren Sproles and Julian Edelman per Gruden. A four-down athletic player per Mayock. Punt and kick return option as well.

9. (9) Cincinnati BengalsJohn Ross WR – Washington – 5’11” – 188 lbs. 4.22 – 40 yard dash time.

Fastest 40 time in combine history. Has shoulder and knee injury history. Likened to DeSean Jackson.

10. (10) Kansas City ChiefsPatrick Mahomes II QB – Texas Tech – 6’2″ – 225 lbs. 4.80 – 40 yard dash time.

Reckless play decision history per Riddick. Good arm strength per Gruden. Athletic gunslinger but weak pocket presence per Mayock. Should sit behind Alex Smith until 2018.

11. (11) New Orleans SaintsMarshon Lattimore CB – Ohio St. – 6’0″ – 193 lbs. 4.36 – 40 yard dash time.

Raw talent but needs to improve slot technique with hamstring injury history per Gruden. Good deep speed per Riddick. Good ball skills and likened to Aqib Talib per Mayock.

12. (12) Houston TexansDeshaun Watson QB – Clemson – 6’2″ – 221 lbs. 4.66 – 40 yard dash time.

Has pocket poise per Gruden. Most polished QB in draft per Kurt Warner. Clutch performer per Mayock. Can run the ball. Likened to Marcus Mariota.

13. (13) Arizona CardinalsHaason Reddick LB – Temple – 6’1″ – 237 lbs. 4.52 – 40 yard dash time.

Good motor and likened to Lawrence Timmons per Kiper. Tough, versatile, potential three-down defender.

14. (14) Philadelphia EaglesDerek Barnett DE – Tennessee – 6’3″ – 259 lbs. 4.88 – 40 yard dash time.

Tough with good motor per Mayock. Quick get off per Gruden. Likened to Terrell Suggs per Kiper.

15. (15) Indianapolis ColtsMalik Hooker S – Ohio St. – 6’1″ – 206 lbs. No 40 time.

Good ball skills per Riddick. Inexperienced, takes bad angles, and misses too many tackles per Gruden. Best center fielder in draft but inconsistent tackler per Mayock.

16. (16) Baltimore RavensMarlon Humphrey CB – Alabama – 6’0″ – 197 lbs. 4.41 – 40 yard dash time.

Athletic, tough, with good recovery speed, but needs to improve ball location technique per Kiper.

17. (17) Washington RedskinsJonathan Allen DE – Alabama – 6’3″ – 286 lbs. 5.00 – 40 yard dash time.

Versatile line player per Kiper and Riddick. Good instincts and can hold point of attack per Gruden. Similar to Solomon Thomas per Mayock. Likened to Kawann Short.

18. (18) Tennessee TitansAdoree’ Jackson CB – USC – 5’10” – 186 lbs. 4.42 – 40 yard dash time.

Good recovery speed but small per Kiper. Good play finisher per Riddick. Developmental corner per Mayock. Likened to Johnathan Joseph.

19. (19) Tampa Bay BuccaneersO.J. Howard TE – Alabama – 6’6″ – 251 lbs. 4.51 – 40 yard dash time.

Solid in-line blocker per Kiper. Good middle-of-the-field weapon for Jameis Winston per Riddick. Similar to Greg Olsen per Mayock.

20. (20) Denver BroncosGarett Bolles OT – Utah – 6’5″ – 297 lbs. 4.95 – 40 yard dash time.

Prone to penalties per Kiper. Athletic and nasty per Gruden. Needs to improve football IQ per Mayock.

21. (21) Detroit LionsJarrad Davis LB – Florida – 6’1″ – 238 lbs. No 40 time.

Good tackler with high character per Kiper. Can play all linebacker positions per Gruden. Potential three-down player per Mayock.

22. (22) Miami DolphinsCharles Harris DE – Missouri – 6’3″ – 253 lbs. 4.82 – 40 yard dash time.

Good spin move per Kiper. Edge rusher but liability against run per Gruden. Explosive off the edge per Mayock.

23. (23) New York GiantsEvan Engram TE – Mississippi – 6’3″ – 234 lbs. 4.42 – 40 yard dash time.

Hybrid WR per Kiper. Same size as Brandon Marshall per Gruden. Matchup nightmare and immediate impact player per Mayock. Likened to Mike Evans and Jordan Reed. Eli’s aerial weapons are looking solid right now.

24. (24) Oakland RaidersGareon Conley CB – Ohio St. – 6’0″ – 195 lbs. 4.44 – 40 yard dash time.

Excellent coverage skills but average tackler per Kiper. Risky pick due to off-field issues but fills need at the slot and nice value if jail-time avoided.

25. (25) Cleveland BrownsJabrill Peppers S – Michigan – 5’11” – 213 lbs. 4.46 – 40 yard dash time.

Versatile position player per Riddick. Good one-on-one tackler per Gruden.

26. (26) Atlanta FalconsTakkarist McKinley DE – UCLA – 6’2″ – 250 lbs. 4.59 – 40 yard dash time.

Solid against run and good pass rusher but comes with injury history per Kiper. Tough with good motor per Mayock.

27. (27) Buffalo BillsTre’Davious White CB – LSU – 5’11” – 192 lbs. 4.47 – 40 yard dash time.

Solid all-around skill set for position per Riddick. NFL ready per Kiper.

28. (28) Dallas CowboysTaco Charlton DE – Michigan – 6’6″ – 277 lbs. 4.92 – 40 yard dash time.

Fills need with pass rush per Kiper. Likened to Carlos Dunlap per Mayock.

29. (29) Cleveland BrownsDavid Njoku TE – Miami – 6’4″ – 246 lbs. 4.64 – 40 yard dash time.

Good route runner and great after the catch per Gruden. Ascending talent that can in-line block per Mayock. This pick subsequently led to the release of Gary Barnidge by the Browns.

30. (30) Pittsburgh SteelersT.J. Watt LB – Wisconsin – 6’4″ – 252 lbs. 4.69 – 40 yard dash time.

Versatile position player and great athlete per Riddick.

31. (31) San Francisco 49ersReuben Foster LB – Alabama – 6’0″ – 229 lbs. No 40 time.

Late potential shoulder issues attributed to draft fall. Every down LB per Kiper. Likened to Luke Kuechly per Mayock.

32. (32) New Orleans SaintsRyan Ramczyk OT – Wisconsin – 6’6″ – 310 lbs. No 40 time.

Smart, tough, and versatile per Gruden. Decent feet and moves well for a big man per Kiper. Immediate RT starter per Mayock.


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