Here's the only player who can go No. 1 overall, according to ESPN's Todd McShay.
ESPN NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay made an appearance on Russillo & Kanell this afternoon.
Early on in his appearance, McShay was asked how many players have the chance to go No. 1 overall in this year's NFL Draft.
His answer is a little surprising.
"One," he said.
That one, of course, being Texas A&M defensive lineman Myles Garrett, the consensus top prospect in this year's draft class.
While Garrett is the clear top prospect, it's a little weird that McShay thinks he's the only player that has a chance to go No. 1 overall, especially with so many teams at the top of the draft needing quarterbacks.
"It's a weird year," McShay said.
You would think a guy like North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky could maybe impress a team so much that someone would want to get up to No. 1 to take him, but that's apparently not the case.
Here's the order for the top 10 picks in this year's draft:
- Cleveland Browns
- San Francisco 49ers
- Chicago Bears
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Tennessee Titans
- New York Jets
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Carolina Panthers
- Cincinnati Bengals
- Buffalo Bills
The 2017 NFL Draft's first round is set to take place on Thursday, April 27 in Philadelphia.