The final Todd McShay mock draft of the season is here, with Round 1 of the 2017 NFL Draft taking place Thursday night in Philadelphia. In anticipation of the first round, the ESPN draft guru released his latest projections and picks.
On Thursday morning, an enormous amount of buzz suggestion UNC quarterback Mitch Trubisky will leapfrog Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett for the No. 1 overall pick and McShay seems to be drinking the Kool-Aid.
McShay slated Trubisky in the top spot, with Garrett sliding to No. 2.
The remainder of the top ten is once again loaded with defensive talent, and as you would expect, former SEC stars. Out of McShay’s top ten picks, six players hail from the Southeastern Conference — with three coming from Alabama.
Who does McShay have your favorite team selecting in the first round tonight?
The top ten of McShay’s final mock draft can be seen below.
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- Cleveland Browns – Mitch Trubisky, quarterback, North Carolina
- San Francisco 49ers – Myles Garrett, defensive end, Texas A&M
- Chicago Bears – Jamal Adams, safety, LSU
- Jacksonville Jaguars – Leonard Fournette, running back, LSU
- Tennessee Titans (from Rams) – Marshon Lattimore, cornerback, Ohio State
- New York Jets – OJ Howard, tight end, Alabama
- Los Angeles Chargers – Solomon Thomas, defensive tackle, Stanford
- Carolina Panthers – Christian McCaffrey, running back, Stanford
- Cincinnati Bengals – Jonathan Allen, defensive tackle, Alabama
- Buffalo Bills – Reuben Foster, linebacker, Alabama
What do you think of McShay’s final mock draft? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts and predictions of your own.