2017 NFL Mock Draft: Four Rounds of Projections and Trades

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Sep 24, 2016; Dallas, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) in game action against the Arkansas Razorbacks at AT&T Stadium. Texas A&M won 45-24. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

A dynamic threat off the edge, Garrett dominated offensive lines with his immense athleticism. Based off production and potential alone, Garrett looked like a lock as the number one pick, but after shattering expectations at the NFL Combine. Garrett further cemented his status as top dawg in the draft. Not even the Browns can screw up this pick.

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Myles Garrett

LB/DL, Texas A&M

The Browns have a lot of draft picks the next couple of years and with holes all over the roster, taking the best player available makes too much sense. Especially when that player is 6’5 edge rusher of pure destruction. Garrett is the consensus number one pick on pretty much every scout’s board.

A dynamic threat off the edge, Garrett dominated offensive lines with his immense athleticism. Based off production and potential alone, Garrett looked like a lock as the number one pick, but after shattering expectations at the NFL Combine. Garrett further cemented his status as top dawg in the draft. Not even the Browns can screw up this pick.

 

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