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2017 NFL Mock Draft — Xavier Cromartie’s Top 100 (5.0)

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College Football Metrics aims to remove bias from NFL Draft analysis. We want to objectively scout prospects, and we want to accurately analyze how the free market values prospects. Thus, CFM has partnered with Xavier Cromartie (Twitter @xaviercromartie / Gab @xm) to produce mock drafts and top 100 prospect boards based on his latest intel, research, and analysis. Xavier was the final grand prize winner of ESPN’s NFL Draft 1st Round Forecast contest, and he is the undefeated Play The Draft Champion Emeritus.

In 2015, we made our debut in The Huddle Report’s exclusive, experts-only NFL Draft contests. Our two-year average score in the mock draft contest is 42.5 (#12 two-year average out of 86 entries), and our two-year average score in the top 100 contest is 83.5 (#4 two-year average out of 43 entries).

Draft scenarios change as new information comes in during draft season, and so we will run updates here as often as Xavier makes adjustments to his mocks and boards.

 

Rank       Player      Tier

1 7T Myles Garrett (Texas A&M) * 1

2 5T Jonathan Allen (Alabama) 1

3 RB Leonard Fournette (Louisiana State) * 1

4 QB Mitch Trubisky (North Carolina) * 2

5 CB Marlon Humphrey (Alabama) * 2

6 CB Marshon Lattimore (Ohio State) * 2

7 7T Solomon Thomas (Stanford) * 2

8 S Malik Hooker (Ohio State) * 2

9 S Jamal Adams (Louisiana State) * 2

10 ILB Reuben Foster (Alabama) 2

11 7T Derek Barnett (Tennessee) * 3

12 WR Mike Williams (Clemson) * 3

13 WR Corey Davis {Western Michigan} 3

14 CB Sidney Jones (Washington) * 3

15 CB Teez Tabor (Florida) * 3

16 CB Quincy Wilson (Florida) * 3

17 LT Cam Robinson (Alabama) * 3

18 TE OJ Howard (Alabama) 3

19 RB Dalvin Cook (Florida State) * 3

20 QB DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) * 4

21 7T Charles Harris (Missouri) * 4

22 7T Taco Charlton (Michigan) 4

23 WR John Ross (Washington) * 4

24 CB Adoree’ Jackson (Southern Cal) * 4

25 CB Tre’Davious White (Louisiana State) 4

26 CB Gareon Conley (Ohio State) * 4

27 LT Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin) * 4

28 S Jabrill Peppers (Michigan) * 4

29 ILB Zach Cunningham (Vanderbilt) * 4

30 RB Christian McCaffrey (Stanford) * 4

31 QB Deshaun Watson (Clemson) * 5

32 9T Takkarist McKinley (UCLA) 5

33 9T Tim Williams (Alabama) 5

34 LT Garett Bolles (Utah) * 5

35 5T Malik McDowell (Michigan State) * 5

36 3T Caleb Brantley (Florida) * 5

37 S Obi Melifonwu {Connecticut} 5

38 TE David Njoku (Miami) * 5

39 ILB Jarrad Davis (Florida) 5

40 RB Alvin Kamara (Tennessee) * 5

41 OLB Ryan Anderson (Alabama) 5

42 G Forrest Lamp {Western Kentucky} 5

43 G Dan Feeney (Indiana) 5

44 QB Patrick Mahomes (Texas A&M) * 6

45 9T TJ Watt (Wisconsin) * 6

46 9T Dawuane Smoot (Illinois) 6

47 9T Carl Lawson (Auburn) * 6

48 WR Curtis Samuel (Ohio State) * 6

49 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (Southern Cal) * 6

50 CB Cordrea Tankersley (Clemson) 6

51 CB Jourdan Lewis (Michigan) 6

52 CB Kevin King (Washington) 6

53 3T Chris Wormley (Michigan) 6

54 S Justin Evans (Texas A&M) 6

55 S Desmond King (Iowa) 6

56 S Budda Baker (Washington) * 6

57 S Marcus Williams (Utah) * 6

58 S Marcus Maye (Florida) 6

59 TE Evan Engram (Mississippi) 6

60 ILB Raekwon McMillan (Ohio State) * 6

61 RB D’Onta Foreman (Texas) * 6

62 C Ethan Pocic (Louisiana State) 6

63 G Dorian Johnson (Pittsburgh) 6

64 G Dion Dawkins {Temple} 6

65 1T Elijah Qualls (Washington) * 6

66 QB Davis Webb (California-Berkeley) 7

67 7T DeMarcus Walker (Florida State) 7

68 WR Dede Westbrook (Oklahoma) 7

69 WR Zay Jones {East Carolina} 7

70 WR Chad Hansen (California) * 7

71 WR Cooper Kupp [Eastern Washington] 7

72 WR ArDarius Stewart (Alabama) * 7

73 WR Malachi Dupre (Louisiana State) * 7

74 WR Carlos Henderson {Louisiana Tech} * 7

75 CB/S Chidobe Awuzie (Colorado) 7

76 CB Rasul Douglas (West Virginia) 7

77 CB Fabian Moreau (UCLA) 7

78 LT Antonio Garcia {Troy} 7

79 LT Roderick Johnson (Florida) * 7

80 3T Montravius Adams (Auburn) 7

81 3T Jaleel Johnson (Iowa) 7

82 3T Dalvin Tomlinson (Alabama) 7

83 S Josh Jones (North Carolina State) * 7

84 TE Adam Shaheen [Ashland] 7

85 TE Gerald Everett {South Alabama} 7

86 ILB Kendell Beckwith (Louisiana State) 7

87 RB Wayne Gallman (Clemson) * 7

88 C Pat Elflein (Ohio State) 7

89 RT Taylor Moton {Western Michigan} 7

90 G Damien Mama (Southern Cal) * 7

91 9T Tyus Bowser {Houston} 8

92 9T Derek Rivers [Youngstown State] 8

93 7T Tanoh Kpassagnon [Villanova] 8

94 7T Jordan Willis (Kansas State) 8

95 7T Tarell Basham {Ohio} 8

96 WR Isaiah Ford (Virginia Tech) * 8

97 CB Cameron Sutton (Tennessee) 8

98 TE Bucky Hodges (Virginia Tech) * 8

99 TE Jake Butt (Michigan) 8

100 RB Samaje Perine (Oklahoma) * 8

 

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