2017 NFL Mock Draft

NFL Mock Draft

Riley Rogers’ Mock Draft 1.0


  1. ClevelandMyles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M

 Cleveland takes the best available player here in Myles Garrett.

  1. San FranciscoMitch Trubisky, QB, North Carolina

 New head coach, new GM, new quarterback. Welcome to San Francisco Trubisky.

  1. ChicagoJamal Adams, S, LSU

Chicago has beefed up the front seven. Time to find help in the secondary.

  1. JacksonvilleJonathan Allen, DT, Alabama

 Jacksonville needs a disruptive force on the defensive line, Allen fits the bill.

  1. Tennessee (From LAR) Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State

 Tennessee desperately needs secondary help. Lattimore is the best available corner.

  1. NY JetsQuincy Wilson, CB, Florida

 Revis saw a significant decline this season, Wilson would give them the needed help.

  1. LA ChargersMalik Hooker, Ohio State, S

 The Chargers need a playmaking safety, how about the guy being compared to Ed Reed?

  1. Carolina – Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU

 Jonathan Stewart is not getting any younger, time to find his replacement.

  1. CincinnatiReuben Foster, LB, Alabama

Cincinnati needs a playmaking middle linebacker. Foster is the best linebacker in the draft.

  1. BuffaloCorey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

 Whoever the Bills quarterback is next year will love having Sammy Watkins on one side and Davis on the other.

  1. New OrleansTre’Davious White, CB, LSU

 New Orleans needs to compete with the high powered offenses in their division, they take best available secondary player.

  1. Cleveland (From PHI)OJ Howard, TE, Alabama

 Cleveland needs to pick blue chip, sure thing players. Howard is the sure thing at tight end.

  1. ArizonaMarlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama

 Arizona needs a starter opposite Patrick Peterson. Humphrey should be able to fill that spot.

  1. IndianapolisSolomon Thomas, DE, Stanford

 Indianapolis defense is getting older. Thomas is a versatile, high effort player.

  1. Philadelphia (From MIN)Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State

 Philadelphia has been looking for a bell cow running back since losing LeSean McCoy. Cook can be that guy.

  1. BaltimoreDerek Barnett, DE, Tennessee

 Baltimore needs an edge playmaker, Barnett was one of the most consistent in all of college football.

  1. WashingtonZach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt

 Washington’s defense needs a captain, middle linebacker. Cunningham can be that guy.

  1. TennesseeMike Williams, WR, Clemson

 Tennessee fills their other big need by selecting one of the best wide receivers in the draft to help Marcus Mariota.

  1. Tampa BayCarl Lawson, DE, Auburn

 Lawson helps an emerging defense become more disruptive.

  1. DenverRyan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin

 Ramczyk may be the best offensive tackle in this class and Denver is in dire need.

  1. DetroitTaco Charlton, DE, Michigan

 Charlton will help Ziggy Ansah get to the quarterback.

  1. MiamiDavid Njoku, TE, Miami

 Ryan Tannehill needs some more weapons and Njoku might be one of the best athletes at his positon.

  1. NY GiantsDeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame

 Never too early to start looking for Eli Manning’s replacement. Kizer will need some time to develop behind a veteran.

  1. OaklandSidney Jones, CB, Washington

 The Raiders pass defense needs some help. Jones will add depth to a team in need.

  1. HoustonDeshaun Watson, QB, Clemson

 The Osweiler experiment hasn’t worked out very well for Houston. Watson will bring a winning pedigree to the Texans.

  1. SeattleGarrett Bolles, OT, Utah

 Russell Wilson needs to be protected and Bolles has been climbing draft boards lately.

  1. Kansas CityTeez Tabor, CB, Florida

 Kansas City needs secondary help, Tabor can play corner, nickel or even safety.

  1. DallasTakk McKinley, DE, UCLA

 Randy Gregory’s time in Dallas may be up, Takk McKinley is a talented pass rusher.

  1. Green BayGareon Conley, CB, Ohio State

 Green Bay needs cornerback help, Conley is the best available.

  1. PittsburghHaason Reddick, OLB, Temple

 Reddick had a huge Senior Bowl week and will help Pittsburgh’s linebackers get even more athletic.

  1. AtlantaCharles Harris, DE, Missouri

 Opposite Vic Beasley this defense will be even fiercer.

  1. New EnglandJabrill Peppers, S, Michigan

Bill Belichick will figure out how to use Peppers to the best of his ability.

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