1. Cleveland Browns– Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M– This is a no Brainer here. Can the Browns actually mess this up? Let us hope not.
2.San Francisco 49ers- Jonathan Allen DE Alabama– Allen was the best player one of the best defenses in college football history. Bad combine numbers do not sway my judgement here.
3.Chicago Bears– Jamal Adams S LSU– INSTANT PLAYMAKER ALERT. Safety that plays downhill like a linebacker with 4.3 speed Welcome to the windy city.
4.Jacksonville Jaguars– Leonard Fournette RB LSU– Weighing in at 228 at LSU’s pro day Fournette seems to be at a perfect weight. Bortles, Robinson, Fournette would be as lethal as any QB, RB, WR there is in the NFL.
5.Tennessee Titans– Marshon Latimore CB Ohio State– With two top 20 picks the titans can go any direction they feel necessary. Arguably the top corner in the draft Latimore is a day one starter for the Titans.
6.New York Jets– Deshaun Watson QB Clemson-With so many criticizing him on accuracy, ball speed, interceptions and more I still think the Jets have no choice but to take him here. Any doubts turn on the Alabama tape. BOTH Championship games.
7.Los Angeles Chargers–Malik Hooker S Ohio State– Chargers may be in need of a WR soon with the health of Kennan Allen, but Malik Hooker available at 7 is a more than solid pick up.
8.Carolina Panthers– Dalvin Cook RB Florida St.– I believe the Panthers will do everything in their power to move up and draft Fournette. However, they end up with playmaker Dalvin Cook instead.
9.Cincinnati Bengals– Reuben Foster LB Alabama-The leader of that Alabama Defense Foster instantly becomes a linebacker that can play 10 plus years for Cincy.
10.Buffalo Bills– OJ Howard TE Alabama– He seems only to show up in the biggest moments, Alabama high powered rushing attack limited him in college. He is a top 10 TE in the world as soon as his name is called.
11. New Orleans Saints– Derek Barnett DE Tennessee-The saints need to draft the best defensive player available in their eyes no matter the position.
12.Cleveland Browns- Gareon Conley-CB Ohio State– One of the lesser knlown CBs in the draft that may end up being the best of the bunch,.
13.Arizona Cardinals- Patrick Mahomes II QB Texas Tech Carson Palmer Days are numbered. It’s time to draft a QB for the future.
14.Philadelphia Eagles- Quincy Wilson CB Florida– Eagles need CB help I had Sidney Jones penciled in until Achilles tear. Wilson is a good zone corner and would be an instant starter for the Eagles.
15.Indianapolis Colts- Cam Robinson T Alabama– If you’re going to sign a QB to 140 million dollars you should probably protect him just saying.
16.Baltimore Ravens- John Ross WR Washington– Joe Flacco may have the strongest arm in the NFL insert John Ross and see how far he can throw it.
17.Washington Redskins- Malik Mcdowell DT Michigan St.– They need to beef up their front 7 and by adding 6-6 300 pound Mcdowell will do just that.
18.Tennessee Titans- Corey Davis WR Western Michigan-Mariota needs a number 1 WR. I believe Corey Davis is that guy!
19.Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Christian Mccaffrey RB Stanford-With D. Jack, Evans, and Martin the offense is very solid. Want to make it great insert Christian McCaffery and they may be in realm of unstoppable.
20.Denver Broncos- Garett Bolles OL Utah– Plug and play guy anywhere on the line. Broncos could use his versatility up front.
21.Detroit Lions- Tre’davious White If he ran better I would have inserted him as early as the Eagles. Nonetheless Detroit will get a versatile corner that can play anywhere on the field who is great in man coverage.
22.Miami Dolphins- Forrest Lamp G WKU– Another lineman that can play all 5 positions up front. With the emergence of Jay Ajayi Lamp can help bring some grit to the dolphins O-line.
23.New York Giants- Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin– Coming off of a great year of college he will instantly start for the Giants offensive line day 1. With all those weapons on offense Eli will need time to get the ball off.
24.Oakland Raiders- Jalen Tabor CB UF– With top 10 potential Tabor did not help himself with combine and pro day numbers. Oakland still gets a solid CB at 24
25.Houston Texans- Mitchell Trubisky QB UNC– Tom Savage is not the answer Houston don’t go down that road.
26.Seattle Seahawks- Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama-With Richard Sherman’s name thrown around in trade talks drafting a young corner would be in the best interest for the Seahawks. Insert Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey who Is perfect for their zone scheme.
27.Kansas City Chiefs- Deshone Kizer QB Notre Dame– The strongest arm in the draft he is a project. He will be a perfect fit in an Andy Reid’s offense.
28.Dallas Cowboys- Solomon Thomas DE Stanford– Instant pass rush for the cowboys which is the biggest need for them.
29.Green Bay Packers- Kevin King DB Washington– 6’3 corner King allowed 1 touchdown in over 100 passes targeted at him.
30.Pittsburg Steelers- Haason Reddick LB Temple– All you need to know is that Ryan Shazier and Reddick are going to cost nightmares on opposite sides from each other.
31.Atlanta Falcons- Ethan Pocic C LSU– The most complete team in the NFL last year the Falcons could draft a CB here but I think Pocic will have a very long NFL career.
32.New Orleans Saints Jabrill Peppers ATH Michigan– Peppers can play all over the field which is a good thing for the Saints because they have plenty holes in the defense.
1st Round School Breakdown
Ohio St 3
Florida, Washington, Stanford 2
Michigan State, Western Michigan, Utah, Texas A&M, Clemson, Florida St, Tennessee, Texas Tech, WKU, Wisconsin, UNC, Notre Dame, Temple, Michigan 1
1st Round Conference Breakdown
Big 10- 6
Mac, Independent, C-USA, American, Big12- 1
Written By: Aaron Ernest