Mock Draft: Al Dupuy’s 2017 NFL First Round

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More trades are probably coming but here’s a rough idea of how the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft would look if held today:

1.Browns Myles Garrett* DE Texas A&M
2. 49ers Jonathan Allen DL Alabama
3. Bears Jamal Adams* S LSU
4. Jaguars Solomon Thomas* DE Stanford
5. Titans (from Rams) Marshon Lattimore* CB Ohio St.
6. Jets Leonard Fournette* RB LSU
7.Chargers Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
8. Panthers Delvin Cook* RB Florida St.
9. Bengals Reuben Foster ILB Alabama
10. Bills Derek Barnett* DE Tennessee
11. Saints Taco Charlton DE Michigan
12. Browns (from Eagles) Mitch Trubisky* QB North Carolina
13. Cardinals Mike Williams* WR Clemson
14. Eagles (from Vikings) Teez Tabor* CB Florida
15. Colts Cam Robinson* OT Alabama
16. Ravens Marlon Humphry* CB Alabama
17. Redskins Malik Hooker* S Ohio St.
18. Titans Sidney Jones* CB Washington
19. Buccaneers Malik McDowell* DT Michigan St.
20. Broncos Garrett Bolles* OT Utah
21. Lions Forest Lamp OG Western Kentucky
22. Dolphins Carl Lawson* DE Auburn
23. Giants O. J. Howard TE Alabama
24. Raiders Jabrill Peppers* S/LB Michigan
25. Texans DeShawn Watson* QB Clemson
26. Seahawks Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
27. Chiefs Zach Cunningham* LB Vanderbilt
28. Cowboys Tim Williams OLB Alabama
29. Packers Christian McCaffrey* RB Stanford
30. Steelers Quincy Wilson* CB Florida
31. Falcons Tre Davious White CB LSU
32. Patriots Tak McKinley OLB UCLA

Contact Al about “Draft Day Report,” his annual draft guide out at the end of August each year with write-ups on all of the top prospect. The book rates 700 prospects. E-Mail: [email protected].

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Al Dupuy

Al Dupuy

sportsNOLA's NFL Draft Expert

Al was born in Plaquemine, La., and moved to New Orleans when he was 6 years old. He grew up on Tulane Ave. two blocks from Pelican Stadium and became interested in sports at an early age. He went to Sacred Heart School on Canal St. and attended both East Jefferson and Jesuit High Schools. After graduation, Al received a certificate for completing the Dale Carnegie Sales Course before becoming a Permanent Group Leader for DCSC. Al then became a Retail Sales Manager for a food broker. Dupuy grew up attending Tulane games as a kid, getting into Tulane Stadium…

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