In the latest version of my top 50 prospects list, I noted how so many of the top prospects in this draft carry similar grades. More than anywhere else, mock drafts are reflecting this. From one to the next, a player could land in the top 10 to the bottom third of the first round, and vice versa. Throw in the effects of the combine, pro days and free agency, and it's almost like throwing darts.
With that said, here's the latest iteration of how I think the first round could play itself out:How to watch NFL Network coverage of the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia
Myles Garrett - DE, Texas A&M: The Browns are still in search of their franchise quarterback, but they can't pass up the opportunity to land a premier pass rusher.
Solomon Thomas - DE, Stanford: Thomas has the versatility to play up and down the line of scrimmage, and he seems like a perfect match for what John Lynch is trying to build.
Jamal Adams - S, LSU: Adams is a special talent who would provide the Bears with outstanding leadership in the secondary.
Marshon Lattimore - CB, Ohio State: Lattimore's durability is a concern but he is the most gifted cornerback in this draft class.
Leonard Fournette - RB, LSU: This seems like the perfect fit for both Fournette and the Panthers.
Derek Barnett - DE, Tennessee: Barnett isn't a great tester but he's a heck of a football player.
Gareon Conley - CB, Ohio State: Conley is a rock-solid football player on tape and his combine workout was outstanding.
Christian McCaffrey - RB, Stanford: The Saints have holes on the defensive side of the ball, but selfishly I'd love to see McCaffrey in this system.
Reuben Foster - LB, Alabama: Foster would be a steal if he fell this far in the draft.
Tre'Davious White - CB, LSU: The Eagles upgraded the receiver spot in free agency, and now they need to address the cornerback position in the draft.
Forrest Lamp - OG, Western Kentucky: It's not a sexy pick, but Lamp would team up with last year's first-round selection (Ryan Kelly) and Jack Mewhort to provide a rock-solid interior offensive line.
Charles Harris - DE, Missouri: Harris is a very productive edge rusher who is plenty athletic enough to drop in coverage if needed.
Jabrill Peppers - S, Michigan: Peppers is a unique athlete, with the ability to excel at the nickel position as well as play as a high safety. He will also be a major difference-maker on special teams.
Corey Davis - WR, Western Michigan: Davis has all of the tools to develop into a true No. 1 receiver.
Chidobe Awuzie - CB, Colorado: I'm a big fan of Awuzie's game; he is another player with the versatility to play cornerback or safety.
Cam Robinson - OT, Alabama: Robinson has some flaws on tape but he has excellent size, length and power.
Takkarist McKinley - DE, UCLA: McKinley would be ultra-productive playing opposite of Ziggy Ansah in the Lions' defensive front.
Haason Reddick - OLB, Temple: Reddick has the ability to play any of the three linebacker spots and he can provide some pass rush off the edge if needed.
John Ross - WR, Washington: This isn't a big need for the Raiders but Ross could take this passing game to a new level with his big-play ability.
Garett Bolles - OT, Utah: Bolles is not only ultra-athletic, but he plays with a nasty streak in the run game.
Kevin King - CB, Washington: King is the perfect fit in the Seahawks' scheme. His stock continues to soar following an outstanding combine performance.
Dalvin Cook - RB, Florida State: Cook is the perfect fit in Andy Reid's system, and he would be a tremendous value at this point in the draft. The Chiefs could then turn around and trade one of their current backs for an extra draft pick.
T.J. Watt - OLB, Wisconsin: Watt has tremendous upside as a pass rusher and his motor never stops running.
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