2017 NFL Draft Big Board: Matt Miller’s Early Rankings

September 14, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's a good year to need a running back, pass-rusher or defensive back in the 2017 NFL draft. And if your team can't get one early, don't panic: The depth is impressive. 
Judge this draft class against the previous classes—especially 2016—and it looks like a good year for most positions. The money spot, of course, is at quarterback, and there are three with a first-round grade. DeShone Kizer, Deshaun Watson and Brad Kaaya each offer unique traits, and all look like future NFL starters. After that, there is at least potential.
The running back class is loaded from top to bottom. Everyone knows about Leonard Fournette, but Dalvin Cook, Nick Chubb and Christian McCaffrey also carry a Round 1 grade at this point in the season. There are also another four backs with a second-round grade.
The weakness of the class is at offensive line. There's not a top-10 tackle—at least not with questions surrounding Cam Robinson—and while there are good players ...

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