1. Cleveland Browns – Myles Garrett Defensive End Texas A&M
  2. San Francisco 49ers – Soloman Thomas Defensive End Stanford
  3. Chicago Bears – Jonathan Allen Defensive Tackle Alabama
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars – Leonard Fournette Running Back LSU
  5. Tennessee Titans – Jamal Adams Safety LSU
  6. New York Jets – O.J. Howard Tight End Alabama
  7. Los Angeles Chargers – Malik Hooker Safety Ohio State
  8. Carolina Panthers – Derek Barnett Defensive End Tennessee
  9. Cincinnati Bengals – Dalvin Cook Running Back Florida State
  10. Buffalo Bills – Mike Williams Wide Receiver Clemson
  11. New Orleans Saints – Reuben Foster Linebacker Alabama
  12. Cleveland Browns – Mitchell Trubisky Quarterback North Carolina
  13. Arizona Cardinals – Marshon Lattimore Cornerback Ohio State
  14. Philadelphia Eagles – Marlon Humphrey Cornerback Alabama
  15. Indianapolis Colts – Taco Charlton Defensive End Michigan
  16. Baltimore Ravens – Cam Robinson Offensive Tackle Alabama
  17. Washington Redskins – Zach Cunningham Linebacker Vanderbilt
  18. Tennessee Titans – John Ross Wide Receiver Washington
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Christian McCaffrey Running Back Stanford
  20. Denver Broncos – Haason Reddick Linebacker Temple
  21. Detroit Lions – Caleb Brantley Defensive Tackle Florida
  22. Miami Dolphins – Jabril Peppers Linebacker/Safety Michigan
  23. New York Giants – David Njoku Tight End Miami
  24. Oakland Raiders – Joe Mixon Running Back Oklahoma
  25. Houston Texans – Pat Mahomes Quarterback Texas Tech
  26. Seattle Seahawks – Garrett Bolles Offensive Tackle Utah
  27. Kansas City Chiefs – Forrest Lamp Guard Western Kentucky
  28. Dallas Cowboys – Adoree Jackson Cornerback USC
  29. Green Bay Packers – Gareon Conley Cornerback Ohio State
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers – T.J. Watt Linebacker Wisconsin
  31. Atlanta Falcons – Derek Rivers Defensive End/Linebacker Youngstown State
  32. New Orleans Saints – Jordan Willis Defensive End/Linebacker Kansas State

Atlanta Falcons Pick Analysis

Derek Rivers’ stock has been rising since the NFL Scouting Combine. He ran a 4.61 in the 40-yard-dash and bench-pressed 225 pounds 30 times. Falcons head coach Dan Quinn went and worked out Rivers personally and was said to be very impressed by Rivers upside. He fits the Falcons mold of speed, physicality, and high effort and would play across from Vic Beasley. If it is not Rivers at 31, the Falcons could trade down with a team looking to get back into the first round to grab a starting quarterback.