2017 NFL Draft top 100 big board

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Dec 2, 2016; Detroit, MI, USA; Western Michigan Broncos wide receiver Corey Davis (84) runs the ball for a td in the first half against the Ohio Bobcats at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports /

My top 100…ish 2017 NFL Draft prospects.

It is done. I just finished looking over it and making sure I was happy with where everyone was, but now it is finished. With the Tennessee Titans just a handful of hours away from drafting someone, here is my finalized big board for the 2017 NFL Draft.

I didn’t go crazy and work all the way to 200 because I don’t want to spend a lot of time on guys who will be cut in a month or guys who will be career backups.

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However, I also had to do more than 100 because there are just some names you have to check out.

So, here is how this is going to work. I am going to divide the prospects by tier regardless of position.

There are 6 tiers, they are:

1. Blue chip freaks

2. First round talent

3. Fringe first round picks

4. 2nd round picks.

5. 3rd round picks

6. 4th round picks

7. Mid Day 3 picks

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  • Try not to think too much about the order of the group. The only time that matters is if a player plays the same position as another.

    For example, if you saw Corey Davis and Marshon Lattimore in the same group, don’t worry about who comes first. I would take both with 1st round picks.

    However, if you see Marshon Lattimore and Gareon Conley in the same group, then it matters who came first.

    There are also things you need to note. If you see an (Inj) by a person’s name, it means they have an injury. You will also notice a (C) which is a character issue.

    My grading happens before either of these concerns, just off of the games I watched. However, it is something that will affect where they are drafted.

    I also don’t grade quarterbacks.

    They are their own position and honestly I am not very good at it. I can tell you that my top guys in order are:

    1. Deshaun Watson

    2. Mitch Trubisky

    3. Patrick Mahomes

    4. DeShone Kizer

    And I can also tell you that I wouldn’t take any QB other than those guys in the top two rounds. Even then, I think there will only be one average to above average starter in that group if they are lucky.

    Blue chip freaks:

    1. Myles Garrett EDGE, TAMU

    1st round talent:

    2. Reuben Foster LB, Alabama (C)

    3. Corey Davis WR, Western Michigan

    4. Marshon Lattimore CB, Ohio State (Inj)

    5. Tim Williams EDGE, Alabama (C)

    6. Malik Hooker S, Ohio State

    7. Jamal Adams S, LSU

    8. Jonathan Allen DL, Alabama

    9. John Ross WR, Washington (Inj)

    10. Leonard Fournette RB, LSU

    11. O.J. Howard TE, Alabama

    12. Christian McCaffery RB, Stanford

    13. Joe Mixon RB, Oklahoma (C/Inj)

    14. Solomon Thomas DL, Stanford

    15. Gareon Conley CB, Ohio State (C)

    16. Sidney Jones CB, Washington (Inj)

    17. Haason Reddick LB, Temple

    18. Garrett Bolles OT, Utah

    19. Zach Cunningham LB, Vanderbilt

    20. Chris Godwin WR, Penn State

    21. David Njoku TE, Miami

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    Fringe 1st round

    22. Kevin King CB, Washington

    23. Quincy Wilson CB, Florida

    24. Malik McDowell DT, Michigan State (C)

    25. Marlon Humphrey CB, Alabama

    26. Jarrad Davis LB, Florida

    27. Dalvin Cook RB, FSU (C/I)

    28. Forrest Lamp OL, WKU

    29. Charles Harris EDGE, Mizzou

    30. Jordan Willis EDGE, Kansas State

    31. Derek Barnett EDGE, Tennessee

    32. T.J. Watt EDGE, Wisconsin

    33. Carl Lawson EDGE, Auburn (Inj)

    34. Jourdan Lewis CB, Michigan (C)

    35. Tre’Davious White CB, LSU

    36. Takk McKinley EDGE, UCLA

    37. Carlos Henderson WR, Louisiana Tech

    2nd round:

    38. Jalen Tabor CB, Florida (C)

    39. Adoree Jackson CB, USC

    40. Cordrea Tankersley CB, Clemson

    41. Chad Hansen WR, Cal

    42. Cam Robinson OT, Alabama

    43. Pat Elflein G/C, Ohio State

    44. Tarrell Basham EDGE, Ohio

    45. Josh Jones S, NCST

    46. Alvin Kamara RB, Tennessee

    47. Curtis Samuel RB, Ohio State

    48. Dan Feeney G, Indiana

    49. Jake Butt TE, Michigan (Inj)

    50. Cam Sutton CB, Tennessee

    51. Chidobe Awuzie CB, Colorado

    52. Jabrill Peppers S, Michigan

    53. Dorian Johnson G, Pitt

    54. Ryan Ramcyzk OT, Wisconsin

    55. Mike Williams WR, Clemson

    56. Tyus Bowser EDGE, Houston

    57. Raekwon McMillan LB, Ohio State

    58. Zay Jones WR, ECU

    59. Marcus Williams S, Utah

    60. Dawaune Smoot EDGE, Illinois

    3rd round

    61. Caleb Brantley DT, Florida (C)

    62. Taco Charlton EDGE, Michigan

    63. Dion Dawkins G, Temple

    64. Deatrich Wise EDGE, Arkansas

    65. Evan Engram TE, Ole Miss

    66. Marlon Mack RB, USF

    67. Samaje Perine RB, Oklahoma

    68. Cooper Kupp WR, EWU

    69. Rasul Douglas CB, WVU

    70. Desmond King CB, Iowa

    71. Budda Baker S, Washington

    72. Ryan Switzer WR, North Carolina

    73. Montravius Adams NT, Auburn

    74. Juju Smith-Schuster WR, USC

    75. Jeremy Sprinkle TE, Arkansas

    76. Taylor Moton OT, Western Michigan

    77. Ish Zamora WR, Baylor (C)

    78. Derek Rivers EDGE, Youngstown State

    79. Daeshon Hall EDGE, TAMU

    80. Obi Melifonwu S, UCONN

    81. Taywan Taylor WR, WKU

    82. Dalvin Tomlinson DT, Alabama

    83. Eddie Vanderdoes DT, UCLA

    84. Damontae Kazee CB, SDST

    85. Fabian Moreau CB, UCLA (Inj)

    86. Eddie Jackson S, Alabama (Inj)

    87. Isaiah Ford WR, VT

    88. Jaleel Johnson DT, Iowa

    89. K.D. Cannon WR, Baylor

    90. Bucky Hodges TE, VT

    91. Vince Biegel EDGE, Wisconsin

    92. Marcus Maye S, Florida

    4th round

    93. Duke Riley LB, LSU

    94. Ethan Pocic C, LSU

    95. Cole Hikutini TE, Louisville

    96. Jon Toth C, Kentucky

    97. Ryan Anderson EDGE, Alabama

    98. Shaq Griffin CB, USF

    99. Josh Harvey-Clemons S, Louisville (C)

    100. Tedric Thompson S, Colorado

    101. Josh Reynolds WR, TAMU

    102. Justin Evans FS, TAMU

    103. Antonio Garcia OG, Troy

    104. Nico Siracusa G, SDST

    105. Kendall Beckwith LB, LSU

    106. Anthony Walker LB, Northwestern

    107. Corn Elder CB, Miami

    108. Howard Wilson CB, Houston

    109. John Johnson S, BC

    Mid day 3 picks

    110. Joe Mathis EDGE, Washington (Inj)

    111. Jordan Morgan G, Kutztown

    112. Rudy Ford S, Auburn

    113. Michael Roberts TE, Toledo

    114. Keionta Davis EDGE, Chattanooga

    115. D’onta Foreman RB, Texas

    116. Amara Darboh WR, Michigan

    117. Elijah Qualls NT, Washington

    118. Joe Williams RB, Utah

    119. Jalen Robinette WR, Air Force

    120. Jamaal Williams RB, BYU

    121. Gerald Everett TE, South Alabama

    122. Al-Quadin Muhammad

    So that is it. Those are all the people I have looked at to this point and that is the way my board sits now.

    If you have any questions or comments let me know, I am sure your favorite player is too low and I am biased against one school or another. If that is true go ahead and reach out and find me on twitter.