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Pacific Takes Pac-12 Perspective 2017 NFL mock draft: two rounds of mock loaded with Pac-12 players

Washington could have numerous players go in the first two rounds.

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With the season almost over, thought it would be a good time to update our Pac-12-focused mock draft.

First Round

  1. Cleveland - Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
  2. San Francisco - DeShone Kizer QB Notre Dame
  3. Jacksonville - Leonard Fournette RB LSU
  4. Tampa Bay - Jonathan Allen DE Alabama
  5. Tennessee - Jalen Tabor CB Florida
  6. Jets - Jabril Peppers S Michigan
  7. Chicago - Mitch Trubisky QB North Carolina
  8. San Diego - Jamal Adams S LSU
  9. Detroit - Malik Hooker S Ohio State
  10. Cleveland - Deshaun Watson QB Clemson
  11. Washington - Malik McDowell DT Michigan State
  12. Arizona - Brad Kaaya QB Miami
  13. Tennessee - Tim Williams LB Alabama
  14. Miami - Adoree’ Jackson CB USC - Jackson could go as high as the first cornerback in the draft, but I will drop him behind Tabor because I don’t think he has his pure cover skills. The Dolphins could really use a new lock-down corner like Jackson.
  15. Green Bay - Charles Harris DE Missouri
  16. Carolina - Cam Robinson T Alabama
  17. Buffalo - Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
  18. Baltimore - Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
  19. Cincinnati - JuJu Smith-Schuster WR USC - JJS-S has woken up and has turned himself back into the top receiver in this draft. The Bengals could get a huge boost on offense if they can pair A.J. Green with another great receiver like JJS-S.
  20. Indianapolis - Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
  21. New Orleans - Desmond King CB Iowa
  22. Houston - Sidney Jones CB Washington - You know why you never hear about Jones? Because no one ever throws against him much. He would really help the Texans’ back four.
  23. Giants - Derek Barnett DE Tennessee
  24. Kansas City - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame
  25. Pittsburgh - Dawuane Smoot DE Illinois
  26. Philadelphia - Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford - McCaffrey’s just really good season as opposed to amazing season and his Reggie Bush tweener status keeps him at the back of the first round. The Eagles need offensive playmakers to help Carson Wentz so a guy who can make plays as a running back and receiver would be a nice pick.
  27. Denver - Carroll Phillips DE Illinois
  28. Atlanta - Takkarist McKinley DE UCLA - McKinley is putting together an All-American-level season and it should rocket him up draft boards. A team like Atlanta who needs pass rushers at the back of the first could jump on him.
  29. Oakland - Chidobe Awuzie CB Colorado - One of the most underrated players in the nation. I think the NFL takes note of the 6’0 200 lock down corner and a team like Oakland who needs to bolster their secondary would be wise to grab him.
  30. Seattle - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame
  31. Dallas - Caleb Brantley DT Florida
  32. New England - Marcus Maye S Florida

Second Round

33. Cleveland - Alvin Kamara RB Tennessee

34. San Francisco - Tre’Davious White CB LSU

35. Jacksonville - Zach Cunningham LB Vanderbilt

36. Tampa Bay - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

37. Los Angeles - Pat Elflein G Ohio State

38. Jets - Reuben Foster LB Alabama

39. Chicago - Jarrad Davis LB Florida

40. San Diego - Davis Webb QB Cal - Philip Rivers is still a gamer, but he is getting older and the Chargers might need to rebuild with a new QB. I think a pure passer like Webb, who they could find in the second round would be a nice fit.

41. Detroit - Elijah Qualls DT Washington - Qualls doesn’t get a lot of mock draft love, but he is high on Mel Kiper’s board and is one of the most-impactful defensive linemen, even if he isn’t a big stat monster. The Lions could use a versatile big body up front like Qualls on their defense.

42. Philadelphia - Cordrea Tankersly CB Clemson

43. Washington - Roderick Johnson T Florida State

44. Arizona - Gareon Conley CB Ohio State

45. Cleveland - Raekwon McMillan LB Ohio State

46. Miami - Ethan Pocic G LSU

47. Green Bay - O.J. Howard TE Alabama

48. Carolina - Jourdan Lewis CB Michigan

49. Buffalo - Mike Williams WR Clemson

50. Baltimore - DeMarcus Walker DE Florida State

51. Cincinnati - Julie’n Davenport T Bucknell

52. Indianapolis - Dan Feeney G Indiana

53. New Orleans - Carl Lawson DE Auburn

54. Houston - Jake Butt TE Michigan

55. Giants - Travin Dural WR LSU

56. Kansas City - John Ross WR Washington - Ross is abusing Pac-12 secondaries and will be one of the fastest players in the draft. A team that needs help at receiver like Kansas City would be lucky to find him in the second round.

57. Pittsburgh - Cameron Sutton CB Tennessee

58. Minnesota - Wayne Gallman RB Clemson

59. Denver - Mason Cole C Michigan

60. Atlanta - Evan Engram TE Mississippi

61. Oakland - Tanoh Kpassagnon DE Villanova

62. Seattle - Marquis Haynes DE Mississippi

63. Dallas - Armani Watts S Texas A&M

64. New England - Ryan Ramcyzk T Wisconsin