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(9/19) 2017 Big Board Top-300

Alabama prospects made big moves on our latest 2017 Big Board. Seven Tide players rank in the top 32.

Rnk Player School Psn Change
1 Deshaun Watson Clemson QB --
2 Malik McDowell Michigan St DL3T + 3
3 Jalen Tabor Florida CB + 3
4 Myles Garrett Texas A&M EDGE   -2
5 Jabrill Peppers Michigan S + 54
6 Jonathan Allen Alabama EDGE + 8
7 Tim Williams Alabama EDGE + 2
8 Jamal Adams LSU S   -1
9 Mike Williams Clemson WRF + 7
10 Leonard Fournette LSU RBF   -6
11 Brad Kaaya Miami (FL) QB   -3
12 Marlon Humphrey Alabama CB + 19
13 JuJu Smith-Schuster USC WRF   -10
14 Demarcus Walker Florida St EDGE + 9
15 Roderick Johnson Florida St OT   -2
16 Dalvin Cook Florida St RBF + 1
17 Raekwon McMillan Ohio State ILB + 16
18 Charles Harris Missouri EDGE + 4
19 Reuben Foster Alabama ILB + 55
20 Adoree Jackson USC CB + 27
21 Jaylen Reeves-Maybin Tennessee ILB   -10
22 Cam Robinson Alabama OT + 47
23 Devonte Fields Louisville EDGE + 43
24 Carl Lawson Auburn EDGE + 1
25 Derek Barnett Tennessee EDGE   -6

Full List: 2017 Big Board - Top 300

(9/22) 2017 NFL Mock Draft - Week 3

The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears are already having QB problems. Could these teams already be casting an eye toward the 2017 NFL Mock Draft and this year's top NCAA signal callers?


Leonard Fournette

Myles Garrett

Mike Williams
Pick Team Player Psn
1 Cleveland Myles Garrett EDGE
2 Chicago Deshaun Watson QB
3 San Francisco Brad Kaaya QB
4 Buffalo Malik McDowell DL3T
5 New Orleans Jonathan Allen EDGE
6 Tennessee Jalen Tabor CB
7 Miami Leonard Fournette RBF
8 Washington Jabrill Peppers S
9 Jacksonville Jamal Adams S
10 Tennessee Mike Williams WRF
11 San Diego JuJu Smith-Schuster WRF
12 Detroit Tim Williams EDGE
13 Indianapolis Demarcus Walker EDGE
14 Baltimore Marlon Humphrey CB
15 Tampa Bay Travis Rudolph WRF

2017 Mock Draft

(9/20) NFL Power Rankings Week 3

Rank Team PrvWk Change SsnHi SsnLo
1 New England 1 -- 1 3
2 Pittsburgh 2 -- 2 5
3 Carolina 4 + 1 1 4
4 Denver 5 + 1 4 8
5 Arizona 8 + 3 2 8
6 Cincinnati 6 -- 6 6
7 Minnesota 10 + 3 7 10
8 Houston 11 + 3 8 13
9 Green Bay 7   -2 7 9
10 Seattle 3   -7 3 10
11 NY Giants 13 + 2 11 18
12 Kansas City 9   -3 9 12
13 NY Jets 15 + 2 13 19
14 Oakland 12   -2 12 14
15 Dallas 14   -1 11 15
16 Philadelphia 19 + 3 16 22
17 Atlanta 21 + 4 16 21
18 Tampa Bay 16   -2 16 24
19 Baltimore 22 + 3 19 23
20 Indianapolis 17   -3 14 20
21 Detroit 23 + 2 21 28
22 San Diego 29 + 7 22 30
23 Los Angeles 28 + 5 17 28
24 Jacksonville 18   -6 18 24
25 Washington 20   -5 15 25
26 Miami 25   -1 25 27
27 Tennessee 31 + 4 25 31
28 New Orleans 27   -1 27 29
29 Buffalo 24   -5 21 29
30 San Francisco 26   -4 26 32
31 Chicago 30   -1 26 31
32 Cleveland 31   -1 31 32


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