Myles Garrett Texas A&M
Pictured: Myles Garrett participates in a drill during day five of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 5, 2017 in Indianapolis. Getty Images

With the 2017 NFL draft just a few weeks away, experts have already put out several mock drafts for the first round. There appears to be a consensus for the No.1 overall pick, but there is plenty of dissension regarding what the rest of the teams will do.

The Cleveland Browns have the first selection in the draft, and they are expected to go with Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett. A quarterback probably won’t be selected No.1 overall for the first time in three years, though a few signal callers could be taken in the top half of the first round.

Cleveland could even draft a quarterback later in the night since they are one of three teams that will make two selections in the first round because of trades. The New England Patriots, Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota Vikings are without first-round picks.

The first round of the NFL Draft is set for April 27, while the second and third rounds will be completed on April 28. Rounds four through seven will take place on April 29.

Here is a mock 2017 NFL Draft, based on the projections by experts from, CBS Sports, FOX Sports and ESPN:

  1. Cleveland Browns, DE Myles Garrett (Texas A&M)
  2. San Francisco 49ers, DE Solomon Thomas (Stanford)
  3. Chicago Bears, S Jamal Adams (LSU)
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars, DT Jonathan Allen (Alabama)
  5. Tennessee Titans, CB Marshon Lattimore (Ohio State)
  6. New York Jets, QB Deshaun Watson (Clemson)
  7. San Diego Chargers, S Malik Hooker (Ohio State)
  8. Carolina Panthers, RB Leonard Fournette (LSU)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals, LB Reuben Foster (Alabama)
  10. Buffalo Bills, WR Corey Davis (Western Michigan)
  11. New Orleans Saints, DE Derek Barnett (Tennessee)
  12. Cleveland Browns, QB Mitchell Trubisky (North Carolina)
  13. Arizona Cardinals, QB DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame)
  14. Philadelphia Eagles, WR Mike Williams (Clemson)
  15. Indianapolis Colts, RB Dalvin Cook (Florida State)
  16. Baltimore Ravens, OT Cam Robinson (Alabama)
  17. Washington Redskins, S Jabrill Peppers (Michigan)
  18. Tennessee Titans, WR John Ross (Washington)
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, RB Christian McCaffrey (Stanford)
  20. Denver Broncos, OT Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin)
  21. Detroit Lions, DE Taco Charlton (Michigan)
  22. Miami Dolphins, DE Haason Reddick (Temple)
  23. New York Giants, TE O.J. Howard (Alabama)
  24. Oakland Raiders, CB Marlon Humphrey (Alabama)
  25. Houston Texans, OT Garett Bolles (Utah)
  26. Seattle Seahawks, CB Kevin King (Washington)
  27. Kansas City Chiefs, QB Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech)
  28. Dallas Cowboys, DE Charles Harris (Missouri)
  29. Green Bay Packers, OG Forrest Lamp (Western Kentucky)
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers, DE Takkarist McKinley (UCLA)
  31. Atlanta Falcons, LB T.J. Watt (Wisconsin)
  32. New Orleans Saints, CB Tre’Davious White (LSU)