College Football Metrics

HOME     LOG-IN     SUBSCRIBE     VIEW CART

2017 NFL Mock Draft — Xavier Cromartie’s Top 100 Prospects (10.0)

FacebookTwitter

Twitter @CFBMetrics

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.

 

*Top 100 — These are the players Xavier believes will be the first 100 players taken as of today, whether he agrees with the picks or not. Not the order he thinks they will go in…the order is seen in Xavier’s Mock Draft reports all draft season. 

 

Rank  Pos.    Player    Tier

1 7T Myles Garrett (Texas A&M) * 1
2 RB Leonard Fournette (Louisiana State) * 1
3 5T Jonathan Allen (Alabama) 2
4 FS Malik Hooker (Ohio State) * 2
5 SS Jamal Adams (Louisiana State) * 2
6 QB Mitchell Trubisky (North Carolina) * 3
7 WR John Ross (Washington) * 3
8 WR Mike Williams (Clemson) * 3
9 CB Marshon Lattimore (Ohio State) * 3
10 7T Taco Charlton (Michigan) 4
11 CB Marlon Humphrey (Alabama) * 4
12 CB Gareon Conley (Ohio State) * 4
13 LT Garett Bolles (Utah) * 4
14 LT Cam Robinson (Alabama) * 4
15 TE OJ Howard (Alabama) 4
16 ILB Reuben Foster (Alabama) 4
17 RB Christian McCaffrey (Stanford) * 4
18 RB Dalvin Cook (Florida State) * 4
19 9T Charles Harris (Missouri) * 5
20 7T Solomon Thomas (Stanford) * 5
21 7T Derek Barnett (Tennessee) * 5
22 WR Corey Davis {Western Michigan} 5
23 CB Obi Melifonwu {Connecticut} 5
24 CB Kevin King (Washington) 5
25 SCB Adoree’ Jackson (Southern Cal) * 5
26 CB Chidobe Awuzie (Colorado) 5
27 LT Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin) * 5
28 SS Jabrill Peppers (Michigan) * 5
29 TE David Njoku (Miami) * 5
30 ILB Haason Reddick {Temple} 5
31 ILB Jarrad Davis (Florida) 5
32 G Forrest Lamp {Western Kentucky} 5
33 QB Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) * 6
34 QB DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) * 6
35 9T Takkarist McKinley (UCLA) 6
36 9T Tyus Bowser {Houston} 6
37 WR Zay Jones {East Carolina} 6
38 CB Tre’Davious White (Louisiana State) 6
39 CB Fabian Moreau (UCLA) 6
40 CB Quincy Wilson (Florida) * 6
41 5T Malik McDowell (Michigan State) * 6
42 3T Caleb Brantley (Florida) * 6
43 FS Marcus Williams (Utah) * 6
44 SS Josh Jones (North Carolina State) * 6
45 FS Budda Baker (Washington) * 6
46 TE Evan Engram (Mississippi) 6
47 TE Adam Shaheen [Ashland] 6
48 ILB Zach Cunningham (Vanderbilt) * 6
49 ILB Raekwon McMillan (Ohio State) * 6
50 RB Joe Mixon (Oklahoma) * 6
51 RB Alvin Kamara (Tennessee) * 6
52 RB D’Onta Foreman (Texas) * 6
53 G Dan Feeney (Indiana) 6
54 G Dorian Johnson (Pittsburgh) 6
55 QB Deshaun Watson (Clemson) * 7
56 QB Davis Webb (California-Berkeley) 7
57 9T TJ Watt (Wisconsin) * 7
58 9T Jordan Willis (Kansas State) 7
59 9T Derek Rivers [Youngstown] 7
60 9T Tim Williams (Alabama) 7
61 9T Ryan Anderson (Alabama) 7
62 WR Curtis Samuel (Ohio State) * 7
63 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (Southern Cal) * 7
64 WR Chris Godwin (Penn State) * 7
65 CB Cordrea Tankersley (Clemson) 7
66 CB Sidney Jones (Washington) * 7
67 5T Chris Wormley (Michigan) 7
68 3T Dalvin Tomlinson (Alabama) 7
69 FS Marcus Maye (Florida) 7
70 FS Justin Evans (Texas A&M) 7
71 FS Desmond King (Iowa) 7
72 TE Gerald Everett {South Alabama} 7
73 RT Taylor Moton {Western Michigan} 7
74 C Ethan Pocic (Louisiana State) 7
75 C Pat Elflein (Ohio State) 7
76 G Dion Dawkins {Temple} 7
77 7T Dawuane Smoot (Illinois) 8
78 WR Cooper Kupp [Eastern Washington] 8
79 CB Ahkello Witherspoon (Colorado) 8
80 CB Rasul Douglas (West Virginia) 8
81 LT Roderick Johnson (Florida) * 8
82 LT Antonio Garcia {Troy} 8
83 3T Larry Ogunjobi {Charlotte} 8
84 5T Tanoh Kpassagnon [Villanova] 8
85 TE Bucky Hodges (Virginia Tech) * 8
86 7T Tarell Basham {Ohio} 9
87 9T Carl Lawson (Auburn) * 9
88 WR ArDarius Stewart (Alabama) * 9
89 WR Carlos Henderson {Louisiana Tech} * 9
90 WR Taywan Taylor {Western Kentucky} 9
91 SCB Cameron Sutton (Tennessee) 9
92 CB Teez Tabor (Florida) * 9
93 3T Montravius Adams (Auburn) 9
94 3T Elijah Qualls (Washington) * 9
95 7T DeMarcus Walker (Florida State) 10
96 WR Chad Hansen (California) * 10
97 CB Howard Wilson {Houston} * 10
98 CB Shaquill Griffin {Central Florida} 10
99 RB Samaje Perine (Oklahoma) * 10
100 G Isaac Asiata (Utah) 10

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

College Football Metrics

HOME       CONTACT US