2017 NFL Mock Draft: Creative Trades Dominate QB Position

Jul 15, 2016; Hollywood, CA, USA; Stanford Cardinal defensive end Solomon Thomas poses during Pac-12 media day at Hollywood & Highland. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Jul 15, 2016; Hollywood, CA, USA; Stanford Cardinal defensive end Solomon Thomas poses during Pac-12 media day at Hollywood & Highland. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /
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Jan 2, 2017; Arlington, TX, USA; Wisconsin Badgers offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk (65) in action during the game against the Western Michigan Broncos in the 2017 Cotton Bowl game at AT&T Stadium. The Badgers defeat the Broncos 24-16. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Jan 2, 2017; Arlington, TX, USA; Wisconsin Badgers offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk (65) in action during the game against the Western Michigan Broncos in the 2017 Cotton Bowl game at AT&T Stadium. The Badgers defeat the Broncos 24-16. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /

23. New York Giants

31. Ereck Flowers hasn’t been what the New York Giants hoped he’d be at the left tackle position. He was a liability last season, not providing the consistent protection required for an offense that likes to throw the football. So it shouldn’t be a surprise if the team goes looking for a replacement so they might move him to the right side. Though the 2017 class isn’t rich at that position. there are options and they decide to grab one. <p>Ryan Ramczyk came out of nowhere last season. A junior college transfer who became the starting left tackle at Wisconsin. Right away it was clear he had intriguing tools from the size and strength to his fluid footwork in pass protection. He still has work to do from a technical standpoint but those are easily cleaned up with coaching. The key is whether teams trust his hip injury is healing properly. There have been no complications, so it shouldn’t be an issue.</p>. OT. Wisconsin. Ryan Ramczyk . 23. player