Top collegiate players were selected during Thursday's NFL Draft. Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett was the first overall selection in Thursday's draft.
David Njoku has a huge vertical leap, and can get to balls most can't get to. Now the question is who will be throwing him the ball in Cleveland?
Cleveland picked defensive end Myles Garrett from Texas A&M. The pick was not a surprise as he was considered the best defensive lineman in the 2017 Draft.
In an early surprise, North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was selected second overall by Chicago. Trubisky was expected to fall at least several spots back, as many considered the 2017 quarterback class a weak one. But, Chicago must have wanted Trubisky as the Bears traded up to get Trubisky.
Solomon Thomas gets to stay in the Bay area by joining the 49ers. San Francisco was expected to pick up Thomas, but in the second spot. The 49ers traded back a spot, and still landed Thomas.
Jacksonville is hoping Leonard Fournette is what Zeke Elliott was to Dallas in 2016.
Corey Davis was not on anyone's first round draft radar, but made it all the way to No. 5.
He's got size and ran a blazing 4.3 40 at his pro day. With no apparent weaknesses, Adams could be an immediate impact player for the Jets and a feature of their secondary for years to come.
The second-team Walter Camp All-American and first-team All-ACC pick, Williams caught 84 passes for 1,171 yards and 10 scores in 2016 at Clemson.
McCaffrey is an incredible athlete as he is the NCAA all-time single season all-purpose yardage record holder.
Ross, who ran a record 4.2 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine, provides Cincinnati with a home run threat in the passing game.
He was a two-year starter, and a complete gunslinger at Texas Tech. He threw for more than 5,000 yards in 2016. Unreal.
Lattimore was slated to go in the top 5, but dropped back a bit. He only started one year at Ohio State, but had an impressive 2016 campaign.
They've spent a lot of money on quarterbacks in recent years without anything to show for it. Watson becomes the future of the Houston Texans.
Haason Reddick can rush the passer, play the run, cover tight ends and backs, and he can line up all over the front seven.
He beat Reggie White's all-time sacks record at Tennessee. He's that good.
His instincts are second to none. He can read quarterbacks and is always a step ahead. He picked off seven passes in 2016, scoring three touchdowns. Not bad for a safety in a very good Big Ten conference.
Humphrey is one of the most athletic in the draft and someone who could play immediately.
Allen definitely fell in recent weeks. He can play inside or outside for the Redskins.
In Jackson, the Titans also get a potential playmaker on special teams. He returned four kickoffs, four punts and an interception for a touchdown in his three seasons at USC.
He's 6-6, 250. He's built to be a tight end. He can block, and catch. A pretty good pick at No. 19 for Tampa.
Garrett Boles is an older pick, but at 25, should be ready to step right in and play on the outside for Denver. It was a needs-based pick for Denver.
Davis is a freak athlete who can cover speedy receivers and step up and defend the run game
He can play tight end, but can play as a slot receiver. He's 6-4, and a huge vertical. He'll have no problem playing either position.
Gareon Conley likely would have been selected earlier, but a woman accused Conley of rape. From a football perspective, he'll provide speed and coverage ability for the Raiders.
While technically Peppers is a safety, it is quite possible he'll line up on the offensive side of the ball. He is a pure athlete, and a versatile player, who could fit a number of Cleveland's many needs.
McKinley is raw, but can develop into a game-changing defensive player for a long time.
White can not only provide a defensive spark, he is shifty on special teams. He could end up being Buffalo's next returner.
He can play outside linebacker or defensive end. He is a better pash rusher than against the run, but he can get to the quarterback.
His stock definitely improved after keeping Ohio State's JT Barrett in check in November. He also fulfills a huge need for Dallas.
JJ's younger brother, TJ Watt, has very good straight-line speed. He also is joining a franchise known for having tough linebackers at a time the franchise needs a tough linebacker.
Reuben Foster slipped a bit from what the experts had on Foster. San Fransisco got a steal at No. 31. Experienced linebacker from a school that knows how to develop defensive talent.
Ryan Ramczyk is a star at a very important offensive line position. At left tackle, he'll be tasked at protecting Drew Brees' blindside. At 6-6, 311, he has the size to play right away.