Garrett Myles enjoyed a stellar season with the Aggies in 2016. Getty

Just weeks after arguably the most exciting Super Bowl of all-time, much of the NFL focus turns to the upcoming draft. The 2017 NFL Draft will take place at Philadelphia City Hall from April 27 to April 29, and will be broadcasted on ESPN and the NFL Network.

Many of the prospects will make a name for themselves this week. On Tuesday, more than 300 prospects became participants for the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana. It's held Feb. 28 to March 6 with television coverage beginning Friday on the NFL Network.

The first overall pick in the draft belongs to the Cleveland Browns. Despite their well-chronicled struggles, the last time the Browns had the No. 1 pick was 2000 when they took Penn State defensive end Courtney Brown. Once again, the Browns are expected to take a defensive end with their top pick as most experts feel pass rusher Myles Garrett, 21, of Texas A&M, is the consensus best player.

Quarterback Mitch Trubisky of North Carolina, defensive end Jonathan Allen of Alabama and cornerback Marshon Lattimore of Ohio State are possible choices to follow Garrett. Dazzling rusher Leonard Fournette of LSU is expected to be a high pick and could go as early as No. 2. The San Francisco 49ers have the second pick and are followed by the Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Last year, the Tennessee Titans traded the top selection to the Los Angeles Rams, who used it to take quarterback Jared Goff. He was followed by another quarterback, Carson Wentz, after the Philadelphia Eagles acquired the No. 2 pick in a deal with the Browns.

Trubisky is the only quarterback expected to be drafted in the first round, and some mock drafts have him going very late in the round, though Clemson star Deshaun Watson has a chance to be selected on the first day. Defensive players have more upside in this draft, with safeties Jamal Adams (LSU) and Malik Hooker (Ohio State) potentially going among the top 10 picks.

First Round Draft Order
1. Cleveland Browns
2. San Francisco 49ers
3. Chicago Bears
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
5. Tennessee Titans from Los Angeles Rams
6. New York Jets
7. Los Angeles Chargers
8. Carolina Panthers
9. Cincinnati Bengals
10. Buffalo Bills
11. New Orleans Saints
12. Cleveland Browns from Philadelphia Eagles
13. Arizona Cardinals
14. Indianapolis Colts or Philadelphia Eagles from Minnesota Vikings
15. Indianapolis Colts or Philadelphia Eagles from Minnesota Vikings
16. Baltimore Ravens
17. Washington Redskins
18. Tennessee Titans
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20. Denver Broncos
21. Detroit Lions
22. Miami Dolphins
23. New York Giants
24. Oakland Raiders
25. Houston Texans
26. Seattle Seahawks
27. Kansas City Chiefs
28. Dallas Cowboys
29. Green Bay Packers
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
31. Atlanta Falcons
32. New England Patriots