Draft Order NFL: 2017 NFL Draft Order 1. Cleveland Browns 1-15-0, 2. San Francisco 49ers 2-14-0, 3. Chicago Bears 3-13-0, 4. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13-0, 5. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams) 4-12-0, 6. New York Jets 5-11-0, 7. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11-0, 8. Carolina Panthers 6-10-0, 9. Cincinnati Bengals 6-9-1, 10. Buffalo Bills 7-9-0, 11. New Orleans Saints 7-9-0, 12. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles) 7-9-0, 13. Arizona Cardinals 7-8-1, 14. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota Vikings) 8-8-0, 15. Indianapolis Colts 8-8-0, 16. Baltimore Ravens 8-8-0, 17. Washington Redskins 8-7-1, 18. Tennessee Titans 9-7-0, 19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0, 20. Denver Broncos 9-7-0, 21. Detroit Lions 9-7-0, 22. Miami Dolphins 10-6-0, 23. New York Giants 11-5-0, 24. Oakland Raiders 12-4-0, 25. Houston Texans 9-7-0, 26. Seattle Seahawks 10-5-1, 27. Kansas City Chiefs 12-4-0, 28. Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0, 29. Green Bay Packers 10-6-0, 30. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0, 31. Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0, 32. New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots) 14-2-0

Mark Sciubba's 2017 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds

Round 1 Picks 17-32

Mark Sciubba's third 2017 NFL Mock Draft is up. This one is seven rounds!

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  1. Washington Redskins: Malik McDowell, DL, Michigan State

    When Mcodwell turns it on man he's scary. A top 3 player as far as freakish athleticism in the class but his workout has been called into question for good reason.

    It seemed like at times last year he just checked out on his team. Jon Gruden is a no nonsense coach who could be a perfect fit for McDowell. If any coach can get the most out of McDowell they'll be getting a top 10 talent without having to use a top 10 pick to get him.

    Previous Pick: Chris Wormley, DL, Michigan

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  2. Tennessee Titans: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

    It doesn't seem like we're gonna get a 40 time on Corey Davis. He was no doubt special in college but playing against lower level competition in the MAC and not a having a time on him when there was questions about his speed will push him down. He's a good value at 18.

    I don't know if he'll develop into a number 1 receiver in the NFL but he'll be a damn good contributor to an offense. I wouldn't be shocked to see Zay Jones jump Davis on NFL boards the way he has on mine.

    Previous Pick: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida

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  3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State

    Cook is one of the best offensive weapons in this class. His off field scares the hell out of teams though. Add that in with the devaluing of the position and the deepness of this class and Cook will probably be a steal for a team.

    He can hit a home run at any time with the ball in his hands. He can run power as well and would complete Buccaneers' offense. With this pick the Buccaneers would have one of the best young trios in the league with Cook, Winston, and Evans.

    Previous Pick: Ryan Ramczyk, OL, Wisconsin

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  4. Denver Broncos: Cam Robinson, OL, Alabama

    Regardless of where you play him I think Robinson can come in and be a starter for almost any offensive line year one. I like him as a guard and think that's his best fit but I'm sure someone will try him at tackle. Broncos need o line help so they can continue to lean on the run game and defense while Paxton Lynch develops.

    Previous Pick: D'Onta Foreman, RB, Texas

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  5. Detroit Lions: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida

    Detroit needs help on every level of their defense. They desperately need to add a pass rusher at some point early in the draft but I don't think there's one who will got in their 4-3 worth taking here. McKinley is great but he's not an every down player in a 4-3 and Tim Williams who's best fit is also in a 3-4 has major off field concerns. Some believe Wilson is the best corner in the draft and with his teammates poor 40 time he's sure to have moved up some board.

    Previous Pick: Taco Charlton, EDGE, Michigan

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  6. Miami Dolphins: Takkarist McKinley, EDGE, UCLA

    The Dolphins have an aging pass rush and they paid with Suh being the the guy for them on defense they need to make sure they keep a good pass rush around him to get the most out of him. McKinley is a top tier pass rusher and can be used as a chess piece for whatever team drafts him.

    Previous Pick: Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State

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  7. New York Giants: David Njoku, TE, Miami FL

    Giants are loading up trying to get Eli another Super Bowl before he calls it a career. Adding Njoku with Odell, Marshall, and Shepard makes it so someone's gonna be open every damn play for Eli. If you double team Odell and Marshall you'll have to worry about this freak athlete at tight end who is a big play waiting to happen.

    Previous Pick: O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama

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  8. Oakland Raiders: Sidney Jones, CB, Washington

    The Raiders would be getting their number 1 corner of the future in Jones. The only problem is you have to wait to get him after he tore his ACL at his pro day. Jones can be the shutdown corner the Raiders need and we should find out a lot more about where's he's going to go as we hear updates on his recovery as we get closer to the draft.

    Previous Pick: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State

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  9. Houston Texans: Haason Reddick, LB, Temple

    Signing Brock Osweiler was an utter disaster. It seems as though it was what happens when a GM tries to force a QB on a coach.

    Texans Head Coach Bill O'Brien is a great offensive mind. So when he sits down and takes a look at this years crops of quarterbacks he'll turn to his GM and politely yell no thank you.

    The Texans Defense could be truly special. Adding a player like Reddick along with the talent they already have is a move that could turn one of the best defenses in the NFL to one of the best in history.

    Previous Pick: Montravius Adams, DL, Auburn

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  10. Seattle Seahawks: Forrest Lamp, OL, Western Kentucky

    The Seahawks need to get better on the line if they wanna keep the identity they've won with. Adding a mauler like Lamp would be perfect for them especially with how many resources they've invested at the running back position.

    Previous Pick: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

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  11. Kansas City Chiefs: Mitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina

    With a weak QB class, and mixed opinions on who the top QB is, a team in the late first round could be lucky to have their top guy fall to them. A coach like Andy Reid will give Trubisky his best chance to succeed. Alex Smith would still be the starter for this season. If they're confident enough in A rookie QB though they could trade Smith to a team like the Browns or Texans for picks.

    Previous Pick: Desmond King, CB, Iowa

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  12. Dallas Cowboys: Charles Harris, EDGE, Missouri

    The Cowboys have the brightest future of any team in the NFL right now. They aren't gonna win a Super Bowl until they improve that defense though.

    Charles Harris can come in and start day one for Dallas. Harris is more than just a pass rusher he's a pretty well rounded defender and late first is just about where he should come off the board.

    Previous Pick: Takkarist McKinley, EDGE, UCLA

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  13. Green Bay Packers: Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt

    Green Bay's roster has gotten away with being average on defense for way too long because of Aaron Rodgers. Building a strong defense as Rodgers ages is key for Green Bay's front office.

    Cunningham is an athletic tackling machine who plays with a chip on his shoulder. He reminds me quite a bit of Clay Mathews and teaming them up could mean bad things for the NFL teams that rely on the run game... yeah I mean the Cowboys.

    Previous Pick: Ryan Anderson, EDGE, Alabama

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  14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Evans, S, Texas A&M

    Justin Evans is gonna be a great starter for someone in the NFL for a long time. The Steelers need to upgrade multiple defensive positions but a safety like Evans on the back end will help mask a lot of weakness. He can be a day 1 starter and future leader of the Steelers defense. Picking him here would be a home run pick in my mind.

    Previous Pick: Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida

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  15. Atlanta Falcons: Ryan Ramczyk, OL, Wisconsin

    After Kyle Shannahan lost them the Super Bowl the Falcons should look to add a guy to keep the run game dominant under new OC Steve Sarkisian. It wasn't long ago that the Falcons had one of the worst offensive lines and run games in the league so keeping it strong should be a big priority in Atlanta.

    Previous Pick: Solomon Thomas, DL, Stanford

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  16. New Orleans Saints: Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU

    Thanks to the depth of this Corner class, the Saints get a day one starter at one of the most important positions in the modern NFL at 32. They have plenty of holes on the roster and a closing window to get Drew Brees back to the big game so getting a pro ready corner from DB university is a smart move for the Saints.

    Previous Pick: Budda Baker, S, Washington

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