The NFL combine is behind us, and college pro days are upon us, which means the mock draft landscape is shifting weekly as more information comes out about this year's prospects.
One thing that hasn't changed is the fact that Texas A&M's Myles Garrett is still considered the consensus best player in this class, and for that reason, his position atop the mock draft with the Cleveland Browns' selection at No. 1 remains unchanged.
But plenty of other prospects saw their draft stock rise and fall after their workouts. Let's take a look at how the other 31 selections on Day 1 could shake out.
|2017 NFL First-Round Mock Draft|
|1||Cleveland Browns||Myles Garrett||DE||Texas A&M|
|2||San Francisco 49ers||Solomon Thomas||DE||Stanford|
|3||Chicago Bears||Jamal Adams||SS||LSU|
|4||Jacksonville Jaguars||Jonathan Allen||DE||Alabama|
|5||Tennessee Titans (via LAR)||Marshon Lattimore||CB||Ohio State|
|6||New York Jets||Deshaun Watson||QB||Clemson|
|7||Los Angeles Chargers||Malik Hooker||FS||Ohio State|
|8||Carolina Panthers||Leonard Fournette||RB||LSU|
|9||Cincinnati Bengals||Reuben Foster||ILB||Alabama|
|10||Buffalo Bills||Mike Williams||WR||Clemson|
|11||New Orleans Saints||Derek Barnett||DE||Tennessee|
|12||Cleveland Browns (via PHI)||Mitch Trubisky||QB||UNC|
|13||Arizona Cardinals||DeShone Kizer||QB||Notre Dame|
|14||Philadelphia Eagles (via MIN)||Corey Davis||WR||Western Michigan|
|15||Indianapolis Colts||Dalvin Cook||RB||FSU|
|16||Baltimore Ravens||Cam Robinson||OT||Alabama|
|17||Washington||Malik McDowell||DT||Michigan State|
|18||Tennessee Titans||John Ross||WR||Washington|
|19||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Jabrill Peppers||S||Michigan|
|20||Denver Broncos||O.J. Howard||TE||Alabama|
|21||Detroit Lions||Sidney Jones||CB||Washington|
|22||Miami Dolphins||Haason Reddick||DE||Temple|
|23||New York Giants||Ryan Ramczyk||OT||Wisconsin|
|24||Oakland Raiders||Zach Cunningham||ILB||Vanderbilt|
|25||Houston Texans||Taco Charlton||DE||Michigan|
|26||Seattle Seahawks||Garett Bolles||OT||Utah|
|27||Kansas City Chiefs||Christian McCaffrey||RB||Stanford|
|28||Dallas Cowboys||Marlon Humphrey||CB||Alabama|
|29||Green Bay Packers||Forrest Lamp||G||Western Kentucky|
|30||Pittsburgh Steelers||Takkarist McKinley||OLB||UCLA|
|31||Atlanta Falcons||Charles Harris||DE||Missouri|
|32||Saints (via NE)||David Njoku||TE||Miami|
Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M
Despite the moves NFL teams made in free agency and the fact that other players wowed at the combine, hardly anything can cause Garrett to budge from the top overall pick regardless of who held the selection.
Garrett will be a franchise-changing player for the Cleveland Browns if he lives up to his billing—but then again, he could serve that role for nearly any of the NFL's 32 franchises.
"Garrett lived up to his hype at the Combine, dazzling with his combination of size (6'4", 272), power (33 repetitions of 225 pounds) and speed (4.64) and explosiveness (41-inch vertical)," CBS Sports' Rob Rang wrote after Garrett's workouts, which helped solidify his top billing this year.
Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford
Stanford pass-rusher Solomon Thomas has always been projected to come off the board in the first half of Day 1, but he shot up draft boards after his impressive performance at the combine.
Thomas checked one of the most important boxes at the combine with his weigh-in and measurements, which Yahoo's Charles Robinson shared on Twitter:
Those numbers prove that Thomas has plenty of length to fit a variety of defensive schemes, including San Francisco's, either with his hand in the dirt or as an edge-rusher.
Unfortunately for fellow defensive prospect Jonathan Allen, Thomas rose so high on the draft boards partially because of news about Allen's arthritic shoulder condition, which could spook some teams out of selecting him so high.
That makes Thomas the second-best prospect in the draft after Garrett and, by definition, the second-best overall prospect as well.
Jamal Adams, SS, LSU
The Chicago Bears need help in the backfield, and Jamal Adams looks like the best defensive back in the draft.
"He is a tone-setter with a rare combination of instincts, athleticism and intangibles to make an immediate impact on a defense that made strides a year ago but allowed 24.9 points per game, 24th in the NFL," Rang wrote when projecting that the Bears select Adams with the No. 3 overall pick.
Adams posted a career-high 76 tackles, including 7.5 for loss, in his 2016 season with LSU. The Bears have long struggled to contain some of the pass-catching weapons in the NFC North and have to meet Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers twice a year.
Selecting Adams would give Chicago one of the key pieces it is missing in defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's 3-4 defense and help the Bears rebuild their way back into the conversation in their division.
Unlike many first-round prospects, he appears to have few weaknesses in his game.