Here’s what the 2017 NFL Draft order would look like – after 13 weeks of the regular season.
The NFL season is wrapping up the next few weeks, and while a great deal can change down the stretch, we figured now would be a good time to take a look at where teams are positioning themselves for the 2017 draft. At the moment, the winless Cleveland Browns would have rights to the No. 1 overall pick. San Francisco would have the No. 2 pick.
Let’s take a look at how the order would shake out, had the season ended Monday night.
- San Francisco
- New York Jets
- Tennessee (via trade from Los Angeles)
- New Orleans
- Cleveland (via trade from Philadelphia)
- San Diego
- Philadelphia (via trade from Minnesota)
- Green Bay
- Tampa Bay
- New York Giants
- Kansas City
- New England
Earlier in the day, ESPN’s Todd McShay released his first NFL Mock Draft. You can check out his top ten picks here.