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NFL Draft 2017 - First Round Mock Draft 3.0


NFL Draft 2017 - First Round Mock Draft 3.0 - February, 2017
* Underclassmen - Selection order prior to NFL Combine 2017
x - Division winner y - Coin flip to break tie

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First Round
Team / W-L / Player / Position / Ht/Wt / School

1 Cleveland 1-15 - * Myles Garrett DE 6-5, 265 Texas A&M
2 San Fran 2-14 - * Mike Williams WR 6-2, 205 Clemson
3 Chicago 3-13 - * Mitch Trubisky QB 6-3, 225 North Carolina
4 Jacksonville 3-13 - * Leonard Fournette RB 6-1, 230 LSU
5 Tenn (LA Rams) 4-12 - Jonathan Allen DE 6-3, 290 Alabama
6 NY Jets 5-11 - * Marshon Lattimore CB 6-0, 195 Ohio State
7 LA Chargers 5-11 - * Jamal Adams FS 6-0, 210 LSU
8 Carolina 6-10 - * Dalvin Cook RB 5-11, 205 Florida State
9 Cincinnati 6-9-1 - * Solomon Thomas DE 6-2, 275 Stanford
10 Buffalo 7-9 - * Jabrill Peppers SS 6-0, 210 Michigan

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11 New Orleans 7-9 - * Malik McDowell DT 6-5, 285 Michigan State
12 Cleve (Phil) 7-9 - * Deshaun Watson QB 6-2, 210 Clemson
13 Arizona 7-8-1 - Corey Davis WR 6-2, 215 Western Michigan
y 14 Indianapolis 8-8 - * Cam Robinson OT 6-6, 320 Alabama
y 15 Phil (Minn) 8-8 - * Marlon Humphrey CB 6-1, 200 Alabama
16 Baltimore 8-8 - * Derek Barnett DE 6-3, 265 Tennessee
17 Washington 8-7-1 - * Christian McCaffrey RB 6-0, 205 Stanford
18 Tennessee 9-7 - Takkarist McKinley DE 6-2, 260 UCLA
19 Tampa Bay 9-7 - * Malik Hooker S 5-11,195 Ohio State
20 Denver 9-7 - * Charles Harris DE 6-3, 255 Missouri
21 Detroit 9-8 - * Teez Tabor CB 6-0, 200 Florida
22 Miami 10-7 - * David Njoku TE 6-4, 240 Miami (Fl.)
23 NY Giants 11-6 - OJ Howard TE 6-6, 250 Alabama
24 Oakland 12-5 - Reuben Foster LB 6-0, 240 Alabama
25 x Houston 10-8 - * Sidney Jones CB 6-0, 180 Washington
26 x Seattle 11-6-1 - * Ryan Ramcyzk OT 6-5, 310 Wisconsin
27 x Kansas City 12-5 - * Zach Cunningham LB 6-3, 230 Vanderbilt
28 x Dallas 13-4 - * John Ross WR 5-11, 190 Washington
29 x Green Bay 12-7 - Dan Feeney OG 6-4, 310 Indiana
30 x Pittsburgh 13-6 - * DeShone Kizer QB 6-4, 230 Notre Dame
31 x Atlanta 13-6 - Taco Charlton DE 6-5, 285 Michigan
32 x New Eng 17-2 - Tre’Davious White CB 5-11, 195 LSU

New York Giants' Sterling Shepard 2016 Scouting Report – Draft Insiders’ Yearbook


Giants' Sterling Shepard 2016 Scouting Report –
Draft Insiders’ Yearbook Report

Sterling Shepard was chosen in the 2nd round by NY Giants with the 40th overall selection. During his rookie 2016 season, he started in all 16 games. He had 65 receptions for 683 yards and 8 TDs with 6 of them over 20 yards. He won the #2 role opposite Pro Bowl receiver Odell Beckham in camp. He is expected to play an even bigger role in the Giants' offense next season.

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Photo - WR Sterling Shepard - #87 NY Giants (Oklahoma)

NFL Draft Review 2016- June, 2016
On the 2nd round, the Giants chose wideout Sterling Shepard, a quick fast receiver with excellent hands and run after the catch abilities. He is a perfect fit here with playmakers needed opposite Odell Beckham, especially with vet Victor Cruz still unproven after missing 26 games with injuries. Shepard is highly developed playmaker who can step in immediately and provide an impact. He was an excellent addition who addressed a high pressing need with only marginal depth on the unit. Frank Coyle

Giants' Sterling Shepard 2016 Scouting Report –
Draft Insiders’ Yearbook Report

Sterling Shepard #3 - 5-10, 195 - Oklahoma - Sp. 4.35 Rating 85
Hindu Theory: Antonio Brown

Tough, talented senior was an all around go-to receiver for the Sooners usually lining up in the slot. Second generation Sooner, as his late father, Derrick Shepard played wide receiver there in the 1980s. His father was a good player, but Sterling has a chance to be an elite pro, after being one the top wide receivers in school history. Semifinalist for Biletnikoff Award, named 1st Team All-American by DraftInsiders.com and ESPN.com as well as 2nd Team All-American by CBS Sports. Also earned an invite to the Senior Bowl, where he earned Practice Player of the Week award among wide receivers. Displays outstanding initial quickness off the line at the snap. Reaches top speed in a flash. Makes crisp, sharp cuts without gearing down or needing to adjust speed. Able to run every route expected of wide receivers with fine precision. Outstanding hands. Able to pluck the ball away from the frame of his body. Fine leaping ability and is able to extend and high point the ball. Contorts his body in midair to adjust to errant passes with apparent ease. Also readily gets down low to scoop in passes at shoe top level. Fearless working across the middle in heavy traffic. Often able to make those catches and still avoid a big hit. Deceptive deep speed. Able to use subtle moves or changes of speed to separate and get over the top of a defender in a flash. Offers a significant level of experience as a punt returner, though was not overly dynamic in that role. Lateral and initial quickness makes it a risky proposition to cover him in press. More quick than he is blazing fast, and somewhat smaller than ideal.
The Numbers:
As a senior, he caught 86 passes for 1288 yards for a 15 average and 11 TDs while starting 13 games and earning first team Big 12 honors. As a junior, he started all 12 games and had 51 catches for 970 yards with 5 TDs with Big 12 honors. Over his career, he totaled 233 receptions for 3482 yards a 14.9 yard average and 6 TDs. Also ran the ball 17 times for 120 yards and 1 score. Returned 30 punts for his career, for 221 yards, no scores and a 7.3 average. At the NFL Combine, he came in at 5’10” and 194 lbs. and did 20 reps. He ran 4.43 time with a fast 1.55 ten yard split. He had a 41” VL and 10’3” BJ with a 4.35 short shuttle and 7.0 three cone. He was quick and explosive in the positional drills.
The Skinny:
Undervalued highly developed receiver with definite playmaking ability to be a weapon in three wideout sets immediately. He is similar to Antonio Brown in speed, quickness, body type, AA and development. Though he is pure deep threat, he can be sneaky quick and make big plays. With some development, he can start with early time in three wideout sets. Rising top 60 prospect. Could easily go as early as the 2nd round. Solid addition with the tools to start as a rookie in the right situation. Underrated value and playmaker to be a nice steal on mid-2nd day.
Draft Projection: 2nd Round

NFL Postseason Dates 2017 - NFL Draft - April 27-29


NFL Postseason Dates
** Feb 5: Super Bowl LI, Houston, Tx. **
Patriot 34 - Falcons 28

February 15: First day for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.

Photo - QB Matt Ryan - Falcons (NFL MVP 2016)

Seven regional Player Combines in different nationwide locations from late Jan thru April

*** February 28-March 6: NFL Combine 2017 ***
Timing & Testing, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, In.

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March 1: Prior to 4:00 p.m., deadline for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.
March 7-9: During the period beginning at 12 noon, New York time, on March 7th and ending at 3:59:59 p.m., New York time, on March 9th, clubs are permitted to contact, and enter into contract negotiations with the certified agents of players who will become Unrestricted Free Agents upon the expiration of their 2016 player contracts at 4:00 p.m., New York time, on March 9. However, a contract cannot be executed with a new club until 4:00 p.m., New York time, on March 9.
During the above two-day negotiating period, no direct contact is permitted between a prospective unrestricted free agent and any employee of a club, other than the player's current club.
March 9: The 2017 League Year and Free Agency period begin at 4:00 p.m., New York time.
The first day of the 2017 League Year will end at 11:59:59 p.m., New York time, on March 9. Clubs will receive a personnel notice that will include all transactions submitted to the League office during the period between 4:00 p.m., New York time, and 11:59:59 p.m., New York time, on March 9.
March 9: Trading period for 2017 begins at 4:00 p.m., after expiration of 2016 contracts.
March 26-29: Annual League Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona.
April 3: Clubs that hired a new head coach after the end of the 2016 season may begin offseason workout programs.
April 17: Clubs with returning head coaches may begin offseason workout programs.
April 21: Deadline for Restricted Free Agents to sign Offer Sheets.
April 26: Deadline for prior club to exercise Right of First Refusal to Restricted Free Agents.

***** April 27-29: NFL Draft 2017 - Philadelphia, Pa. *****

NFL Draft 2017 - Safety Malik Hooker & Wideout Corey Davis Out of NFL Combine Workouts


NFL Draft - Two Future #1 Picks Out of NFL Combine After Surgeries

The NFL Combine 2017 lost two premier players for the workout portion on the upcoming week long event when safety Malik Hooker of Ohio St and wideout Corey Davis of Western Michigan announced recent surgeries. Hooker was a hot prospect after declaring just weeks ago for the NFL Draft 2017. He had both hernia and labrum surgeries that shelves him until at least the Ohio St. Pro Day in April.

Photo - WR Corey Davis - Western Michigan

Davis had minor ankle surgery recently after opting out of the Senior Bowl in late January for a shoulder injury concern. Davis is a fast rising prospect who earned a first round grade off a huge 2016 season. His postseason is up in the air currently with hopes he recovers in time for the Western Michigan Pro Day this spring.

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Both announcements of Hooker and Davis were surprises to the NFL Combine staff that will now be able to add two more prospects for the workout part of the evaluation. Both Hooker and Davis will attend for the testing and medical parts of the week. The NFL Combine will announce their Invitation List in a few weeks that includes over 300 prospects for the February 28-March 6: NFL Combine Timing and Testing at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Senior Bowl 2017 - Players to Watch in All-star Game


Senior Bowl 2017 – Players to Watch in All-star Game

Senior Bowl 2017 week reaches its showcase event today with the premier All-star game of the postseason. Once again, Executive Director Phil Savage assembled an excellent group of pro prospects for the North and South squads in the changing player environment. Several second tier prospects emerged as rising NFL hopefuls in front of hundreds of pro evaluators.

Photo - WR Zay Jones - East Carolina

The small college ranks were well represented in Mobile at a game that historically has showcased future NFL stars from the lower levels of play. Wideout Cooper Kupp of Eastern Washington and DE Tanoh Kpassagnon of Villanova were very impressive over the practices and will be center stage today. They hope to the next small college prospects to shine in the Senior Bowl that has produced small college Pro Bowlers, including runner David Johnson and QB Joe Flacco in recent years. Historically, the Senior Bowl game highlighted future HOF, runner Walter Payton of Jackson St. in 1975 and DT 'Mean' Joe Green of North Texas in 1969 in this All-star game. Both players earned #1 draft selections of the Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers and became vital to their Super Bowl titles over their illustrious careers.

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Senior Bowl Week
Offensive Player of Practices - WR Zay Jones - East Carolina
Defensive Player of Practices - LB Hasson Reddick - Temple

Key Players to Watch in Senior Bowl Game
Offensive Players

QB Davis Webb - 6-5, 230 - California
QB Nathan Peterman - 6-2, 225 - Pittsburgh
QB Antonio Pipkin - 6-1, 225 - Tiffin (Oh.)
RB Matt Dayes - 5-9, 210 - N.C. St.
RB Corey Clement - 5-10, 220 - Wisconsin
RB Kareem Hunt - 5-11, 210 - Toledo
RB Jamaal Williams - 6-0, 210 - BYU
WR Zay Jones - 6-0, 200 - East Carolina
WR Cooper Kupp - 6-2, 195 - Eastern Washington
WR Amara Darboh - 6-2, 215 - Michigan
WR Trent Taylor - 5-9, 180 - Louisiana Tech
TE Mike Roberts - 6-4, 260 - Toledo
TE O.J. Howard - 6-6, 250 - Alabama
TE Evan Engram - 6-3, 230 - Mississippi
T Taylor Moton - 6-5, 330 - Western Michigan
OG Danny Isidora - 6-4, 310 - Miami (Fl.)
OG Dion Dawkins - 6-4, 310 - Temple
OG Kyle Kalis - 6-4, 310 - Michigan

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Defensive Players
DE Jordan Willis - 6-3, 260 - Kansas St
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon - 6-7, 280 - Villanova
DE Daeshon Hall - 6-5, 265 - Texas A&M
DE Tarell Basham - 6-3, 260 - Ohio
DT Montravious Adams - 6-2, 310 - Auburn
DT Eddie Vanderdoes - 6-3, 320 - UCLA
DT Jaleel Johnson - 6-4, 310 - Iowa
DT Stevie Tu’IKolovatu - Southern Cal
LB Hasson Reddick - 6-2, 230 - Temple
LB Alex Anzalone - 6-3, 240 - Florida
LB Connor Harris - 5-11, 240 - Lindenwood (Mo.)
CB Damontae Kazee - 5-10, 180 - San Diego St
CB Rasul Douglas - 6-2 205 - West Virginia
CB Jourdan Lewis - 5-10, 180 - Michigan
S Obi Melifonwu - 6-4, 220 - UConn
S Lorenzo Jerome - 5-10, 205 - Saint Francis (Pa.)

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