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Summer 2017 NFL mock draft Pac-12 Perspective: three Pac-12 players go in first round

A summertime look at the next NFL Draft from a Pac-12 perspective.

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With summer football boredom in high gear, I thought it would be a good time to update our Pac-12 perspective 2017 NFL mock draft.

1. Cleveland - Brad Kaaya QB Miami

2. San Francisco - Deshaun Watson QB Clemson

3. Tennessee - Leonard Fournette RB LSU

4. Cleveland - Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M

5. San Diego - Cam Robinson T Alabama

6. Jacksonville - Roderick Johnson T Florida State

7. Chicago - Jabril Peppers S Michigan

8. Tennessee - Dalvin Cook RB Florida State

9. Washington - Jalen Tabor CB Florida

10. Detroit - Malik McDowell DT Michigan State

11. New Orleans - Derek Barnett DE Tennessee

12. Miami - Jamal Adams S LSU

13. Houston - Adoree Jackson CB  USC - Jackson's legit world class athleticism will make him the first or second cornerback taken in the draft. The fact he can make an impact on the other side of the ball could boost his stock as well and a team looking for a franchise cornerback would get a steal right here.

14. Atlanta - JuJu Smith-Schuster WR USC - The other Olympic-level athlete for the Trojans won't be on the board  long either. He's the top receiver prospect in a week year for the position so I would be shocked if he doesn't go first to a team like Atlanta that needs a new go-to target.

15. Tampa Bay - Jonathan Allen DE Alabama

16. Giants - Ethan Pocic T LSU

17. Buffalo - Jarrad Davis LB Florida

18. Jets  - Pat Elflein G Ohio State

19. Oakland - Carlos Watkins DT Clemson

20. Kansas City - Charles Harris DE Missouri

21. Minnesota - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame

22. Baltimore - Desmond King CB Iowa

23. Cincinnati - Carl Lawson DE Auburn

24. Arizona - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

25. Dallas - Davon Godchaux DT LSU

26. Indianapolis - Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford - How about this... Indianapolis desperately needs more playmakers to help Andrew Luck on offense, so how about they draft his fellow Cardinal superstar who can do about a million different things on offense exceptionally well?

27. New England - Mike Williams WR Clemson

28. Seattle - DeMarcus Walker DE Florida State

29. Denver - Greg Pyke G Georgia

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

31. Pittsburgh - Marquis Haynes DE Mississippi

32. Carolina - Malachi Dupre WR LSU