Draft Order NFL: 2017 NFL Draft Order 65. Cleveland Browns 1-15-0, 66. San Francisco 49ers 2-14-0, 67. Chicago Bears 3-13-0, 68. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13-0, 69. Los Angeles Rams 4-12-0, 70. New York Jets 5-11-0, 71. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11-0, 72. New England Patriots (from Carolina Panthers) 6-10-0, 73. Cincinnati Bengals 6-9-1, 74. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles) 7-9-0, 75. Buffalo Bills 7-9-0, 76. New Orleans Saints 7-9-0, 77. Arizona Cardinals 7-8-1, 78. Baltimore Ravens 8-8-0, 79. Minnesota Vikings 8-8-0, 80. Indianapolis Colts 8-8-0, 81. Washington Redskins 8-7-1, 82. Denver Broncos 9-7-0, 83. Tennessee Titans 9-7-0, 84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0, 85. Detroit Lions 9-7-0, 86. Miami Dolphins 10-6-0, 87. New York Giants 11-5-0, 88. Oakland Raiders 12-4-0, 89. Houston Texans 9-7-0, 90. Seattle Seahawks 10-5-1, 91. Kansas City Chiefs 12-4-0, 92. Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0, 93. Green Bay Packers 10-6-0, 94. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0, 95. Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0, 96. New England Patriots 14-2-0, 97. Miami Dolphins (Compensation Pick), 98. Carolina Panthers (Compensation Pick), 99. Philadelphia Eagles (Compensation Pick from Baltimore Ravens), 100. Tennessee Titans (Compensation Pick from Los Angeles Rams), 101. Denver Broncos (Compensation Pick), 102. Seattle Seahawks (Compensation Pick), 103. New Orleans Saints (Compensation Pick from Cleveland Browns), 104. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensation Pick), 105. Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensation Pick), 106. Seattle Seahawks (Compensation Pick), 107. New York Jets (Compensation Pick)


Mark Sciubba's 2017 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds




Round 3


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  1. Cleveland Browns: Marcus Williams, S, Utah

    Cleveland gets a guy who can be a day one starter and a future leader on the team. Williams is a better player than Jabrill Peppers is but his ceiling isn't as high.


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  2. San Francisco 49ers: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame

    Taking Kizer here is good for a few reasons. First, the 49ers have to draft a QB at some point just to fill out the roster. Second, Kizer does have the potential to be a starting NFL QB. Finally, if you don't take him in the first 2 rounds and he ends up not being good, you can draft a QB in the first round next year, you're free to do so cause you didn't invest that high of a pick in Kizer.


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  3. Chicago Bears: Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State

    Chicago's receivers had a major case of the drops last year. Whoever the QB is in Chicago they're gonna need major help at receiver.


    I love Godwin here because he has monster games, and if you can get him to play at his full potential every week he can easily be a number 1 receiver. Also, I really really didn't like Kevin White coming out of college. He's been too injured to show if he's a great player or not, but I thought he didn't belong in the 1st round.


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  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jordan Leggett, TE, Clemson

    The Jaguars need offensive help in the worst way. This is Blake Bortles make or break season in Jacksonville so they'll get him all the playmakers they can to give him a greater chance to succeed.


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  5. Los Angeles Rams: Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech

    Like I said earlier, the Rams need to make the most of their picks. Adding Bucky Hodges with the FA addition of the one of the most underrated players in the NFL Robert Woods will and things can start to click for Goff.


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  6. New York Jets: Adam Bisnowaty, OL, Pittsburgh

    I'm a big Pitt fan and though some think that's makes me biased, I actually am way tougher on Pitt players than others. I missed on Aaron Donald for this exact reason.


    That being said, I love the talent of the Pitt offensive lineman coming out. The run game led by the OL prospects and James Connor with QB Nate Peterman playing brilliantly was the only play good enough to beat Clemson all year. It may not be at tackle but I think Bisnowaty is a starting caliber offensive lineman in the NFL with Pro Bowl potential.


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  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Montravius Adams, DL, Auburn

    Montravius Adams is one of these guys who would have been a first round pick many moons ago before the pass game took over the NFL. I think he's still an extremely talented player and would be a monster player next to Joey Bosa on that defense. Like I said my thought process for the Chargers in this draft is strictly "Go kick someones ass".


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  8. New England Patriots: Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo

    Kareem Hunt is the most Bill Bellichek RB of all time. The man uses power speed and great vision and most importantly for Hunt, he doesn't fumble. I think Hunt could win the starting job in New England.


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  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Pat Elflein, OL, Ohio State

    Like I said earlier, Cincinnati has lost a lot of good offensive lineman to free agency, and their picks I the past two years at tackle haven't really panned out. Elflein can hold down any one of the three interior offensive line spots for the Bengals.


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  10. Baltimore Ravens: Duke Riley, LB, LSU

    Guys like Duke Riley have been extremely successful in the NFL as of late. He'd be a great fit in Any defense and be the type of guy who could lead the team in tackles early In his career.


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  11. Buffalo Bills: Eddie Jackson, S, Alabama

    Buffalo gets a guy who can be a starter early for them as they have so much turnover in the secondary. Bills GM Doug Whaley likes to get guys who should have gone earlier in the draft but didn't for injury reasons. Jackson will be a perfect fit in Buffalo.


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  12. New Orleans Saints: Ethan Pocic, OL, LSU

    Drew Brees is at his best when he has great interior protection. Pocic and be a guard or center and help lead the culture change that needs to take place in New Orleans of a tougher football team.


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  13. Arizona Cardinals: Dalvin Tomlinson, DL, Alabama

    Dalvin Tomlinson is another of of my favorites in this class. He's fantastic against the run but gives some pass rush ability as well. Arizona had some bodies to replace on the defense and Tomlinson will fill right in.


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  14. Baltimore Ravens: Tarell Basham, EDGE, Ohio

    I said earlier this offseason that the Ravens should trade Terrell Suggs while they still can. The Ravens are a team that never goes into full rebuild mode they just reload. Getting younger and better in the pass rush and secondary is a key if they wanna continue on this path.


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  15. Minnesota Vikings: Dorian Johnson, OL, Pittsburgh

    Minnesota's season was completely unraveled last year due to OL injuries. As I said earlier I love the Pitt offensive lineman in this class. Johnson can be a key backup and future starter for them.


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  16. Indianapolis Colts: Alex Anzalone, LB, Florida

    If you like Kiko Alonzo you'll love Alex Anzalone. The Colts double up on linebackers here trying to fix the mess Ryan Grigson created. Anzalone will always find his way around the ball. Injuries are the biggest concern I have for him.


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  17. Washington Redskins: Kendall Beckwith, LB, LSU

    We're on year two of saying that Washington needs to fix the middle of their defense. Beckwith can be a problem solver for them in the middle. He's a big strong athletic run stuffer who fits their need perfectly.


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  18. Denver Broncos: Jaleel Johnson, DL, Iowa

    The Broncos continue to go BPA to ensure that the defense is still great when they figure out the QB situation.


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  19. Tennessee Titans: Cooper Kupp, WR, Eastern Washington

    Kupp if a favorite of draft analysts this year. I'm not as high on him. On tape I saw a guy who the offense had to scheme to get the ball too other than him getting open on his own. The Senior Bowl was his first time facing NFL talent and he did great so that's encouraging for his future.


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  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chris Wormley, DL, Michigan

    The Bucs have an absolute stud at DT in Gerald McCoy. Let's get him some help here with Wormley who could play DT or DE for the Bucs.


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  21. Detroit Lions: Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida

    Detroit needs a starting RB. They have a good committee going for them but injuries have held back Ameer Abdullah from being the feature back in the committee.


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  22. Minnesota Vikings: Chad Hansen, WR, California

    Getting a good WR like Hansen will be a good step in fixing the Vikings offensive woes and preparing for the return of Teddy Bridgewater.


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  23. New York Giants: Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU

    Williams would be absolutely perfect for the Giants. He can be the workhorse back that runs through defenses when they're tired from chasing around the Giants strong receiver core all day.


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  24. Oakland Raiders: Dede Westbrook, WR, Oklahoma

    It's hard to predict where Westbrook will go. His lack of size and the fact he has one of the worst off field issues in this class could drop him far. Based off talent he reminds me of Julian Edelman and a playmaker like Westbrook can be a great add for the Raiders who will lose talent at WR in the coming years.


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  25. Houston Texans: Jake Butt, TE, Michigan

    Jake Butt could be to the Texans what Witten is to the Cowboys. Having a reliable tight end like Butt is always great for QBs and Texans need to give whoever their QB is a lot of help.


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  26. Seattle Seahawks: Carroll Phillips, EDGE, Illinois

    Though I think Carroll Phillips could be a rookie of the year candidate playing in a 3-4, he can take over the Bruce Irvin type role in Seattle and still be a hell of a player.


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  27. Kansas City Chiefs: Wayne Gallman, RB, Clemson

    You can't just replace Jamaal Charles. Chiefs need to add a talented RB or two in the draft and have an open competition at RB. Gallman could be a steal in this draft.


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  28. Dallas Cowboys: Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland

    Dallas should use a mid round pick on this deep TE class to find the heir apparent to Jason Witten. Shaheen is one of the most physically gifted in the TE class. I don't know if Dallas will take a risk on a small school player though.


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  29. Green Bay Packers: Desmond King, CB, Iowa

    Desmond King is the perfect guy to make up for what the Packers lost in Micah Hyde. I had him in my top 10 preseason list, but better athletes and more great players at in the secondary will knock him down in this class and he'll be a steal for someone. Around this area of the draft I think a defensive back run will start.


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  30. Pittsburgh Steelers: Fabian Moreau, CB, UCLA

    UCLA players are coached very well. This would be another pick in the draft where BPA can meet need on a teams board. Steelers need more secondary help and the pro ready Moreau can play a role early on.


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  31. Atlanta Falcons: Rasul Douglas, CB, West Virginia

    Atlanta loves getting big athletic freaks on defense. After years of their defense being a joke they've changed the culture and turned them into a fast and scary unit. Douglas will fit right into that culture.


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  32. New England Patriots: Ahkello Witherspoon, CB, Colorado

    Witherspoon has so much potential. He's already pretty damn good but he can be a star in the NFL. The only negative of this pick is with Belichick's coaching, he could be so good, the Patriots look dumb for paying Stephon Gilmore all that money.


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  33. Miami Dolphins: Gerald Everett, TE, South Alabama

    With Jordan Cameron retiring and (Odd Denver TE) a question mark, the Dolphins should look to take advantage of the uber talented tight end class and get one here.


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  34. Carolina Panthers: Michael Roberts, TE, Toledo

    Another one of my favorites. In my opinion Roberts is the 3rd best tight end in this class. He's a playmaker in the run and pass game and would be a perfect compliment to Greg Olsen and the entire Panthers offense.


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  35. Philadelphia Eagles: Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Charlotte

    Though they traded for Timmy Jernigan, they still need to see if he's worth working out a long term deal. Adding a guy like Ogunjobi could make it so they don't feel pressured to give Jernigan a huge extension.


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  36. Tennessee Titans: Dion Dawkins, OL, Temple

    Tennessee should add whoever they have rated as their top O lineman left some point in the mid to late round of this draft. The run game is what makes the Titans' go and people think Dawkins can eventually be a starting left tackle.


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  37. Denver Broncos: Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech

    Another WR being underrated in this class. Ford has some Odell Beckham to his game. Denver needs to add to their WR core before it's time to make a decision between Sanders and Thomas.


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  38. Seattle Seahawks: Isaac Asiata, OL, Utah

    Seattle's offensive line is one of the worst units in all of football. Just imagine the things Russel Wilson could do with a great O line. A lot of people may think this is too early for Asiata, but I'm very high on him. He's the kind of smart tough offensive lineman who sticks in the NFL.


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  39. New Orleans Saints: Vince Biegel, LB, Wisconsin

    New Orleans needs to continue to add the best defensive player available throughout the draft. Biegel was a beast in his own right at Wisconsin this past season even though he was overshadowed by the hype of JJ Watts younger brother.


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  40. Kansas City Chiefs: Travin Dural, WR, LSU

    Dural is a player I truly believe will be better in the pros than in college. Poor QB play held him back his entire college career.


    I think you can count on him for one big play a game. He physically has all the tools to be a number one receiver.


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  41. Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Hill, RB, Wyoming

    The Steelers need to grab a young RB in this loaded class to develop and contribute when Le'veon Bell needs a breather from spitting fire bars. Hill would be perfect and has the feel of a Steelers' running back.


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  42. Seattle Seahawks: Cole Hikutini, TE, Louisville

    A player not being talked about nearly enough, Hikutini is a great tight end. Seahawks need to add a back up for Graham and I think he can thrive in a number 2 tight end role in the NFL until he becomes a starter.


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  43. New York Jets: Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan

    Jourdan Lewis is one of my least favorite players talent wise in this class. Even before the off the field incident which will plummet his stock I thought he was a solid player being hyped up as a great one because of one highlight.


    Desperate times call to desperate measures though and the Jets GM needs a draft to save his job. Taking a risk on Lewis here and potentially ending up with a solid starting corner would be a way to do that.


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