MOBILE, Ala. -- There are certain pre-draft events that can re-order a team's draft board. At the very least, they can re-shape or confirm thoughts on certain players. The Senior Bowl is one of those events. While it didn't alter a lot of what I saw on game tape from the top players here like LSU CB Tre'Davious White, Alabama TE O.J. Howard, and Indiana OL Dan Feeney, it did solidify their standing as first-round prospects.
Here's my first mock of the 2017 NFL Draft. There will be changes as we move on to the combine and pro days, and free agency will affect team needs.
Note: The Vikings, who traded their first-round pick to the Eagles, have the same record and strength of schedule as the Colts, so there's a tie for the 14th pick. A coin flip at a later date will determine which team picks first.
Myles Garrett - DE, Texas A&M: Gregg Williams' arrival signals a shift to a 4-3 scheme. Browns nab the best DE in the 2017 class to anchor a rebuilt unit.
Mitch Trubisky - QB, North Carolina: Despite his inexperience, Trubisky could be the right fit for a potential Kyle Shanahan-led offense.
Jonathan Allen - DT, Alabama: Adding another piece to the defense could help the Bears close ground on their rivals in the offensive-minded NFC North.
Jamal Adams - S, LSU: The Jaguars need more alpha dogs on the defensive side of the ball. Adams is a versatile playmaking safety with the skills and attitude to energize the D.
Jabrill Peppers - S, Michigan: Remember how Dick LeBeau used Troy Polamalu in Pittsburgh? The defensive wizard could use a similar blueprint to make Peppers a star in the Titans' aggressive scheme.
Marshon Lattimore - CB, Ohio State: With wide receivers building time shares on Revis Island, the Jets could look for an explosive CB1 to anchor the secondary.
Malik Hooker - S, Ohio State: The Bolts need a centerfielder with exceptional ball skills and range to fill out a secondary that has nice pieces on the outside.
Ryan Ramczyk - OT, Wisconsin: The Browns must find a way to better protect the quarterback in the pocket. Ramczyk is a sound technician with an improving game.
Takkarist McKinley - OLB, UCLA: With the pressure on Chuck Pagano to win or go home, the Colts could opt for a speedy pass rusher to upgrade a defense that lacks consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
Teez Tabor - CB, Florida: The Eagles need a long, rangy corner capable of playing bump-and-run or Cover 2 in Jim Schwartz's scheme.
Marlon Humphrey - CB, Alabama: The Titans could use a versatile cornerback adept at playing man or zone on the island.
Derek Barnett - DE, Tennessee: Adding an edge rusher to the lineup should be a priority for a team on the cusp of playoff contention.
Garett Bolles - OT, Utah Contrary to popular opinion, the Broncos' offensive line struggles prevented the team from making another run at a title.
Taco Charlton - OLB, Michigan: The team's primary pass rushers ( Cameron Wake and Mario Williams) are on the backside of their careers. Charlton would add some speed, athleticism, and sizzle as an edge rusher.
Adoree' Jackson - CB, USC: The Raiders can't continue to ignore their pressing need on the island. The ultra-explosive playmaker isn't a polished defender, but he has a knack for delivering splash plays as a CB/KR on the perimeter.
Cam Robinson - OT, Alabama: After struggling at right tackle for most of the 2016 season, the Texans could snag a premier road grader to shore up the running game.
Dan Feeney - OG, Indiana: The Seahawks could solve their tackle issues by shifting Germain Ifedi to the outside. Taking a big, physical guard would provide them with the flexibility to do so. Feeney established himself as one of the top interior blockers in the draft with a solid practice week at the Senior Bowl.
Deshaun Watson - QB, Clemson: Andy Reid is one of the best QB developers in the business, particularly with athletic playmakers capable of creating explosive plays with their arm or legs. Watson can sit and learn behind Alex Smith. He was a no-show at the Senior Bowl but he can make that up at the combine and his pro day. He also has the advantage of a nice title-game tape.
Solomon Thomas - DE, Stanford: Without a reliable option on the edge, the Cowboys could pick up Thomas to shore up their biggest defensive need.
Christian McCaffrey - RB, Stanford: Imagine how Mike McCarthy would use a dynamic weapon like McCaffrey in and out of the backfield.
Tim Williams - OLB, Alabama: James Harrison can't play forever, so finding another pass rusher off the edge could be a priority for a team that needs to start getting more production from its younger defenders.
David Njoku - TE, Miami: It might be time to find a long-term replacement for Rob Gronkowski after the all-pro tight end finished the season on IR following another back injury.
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