The NFL combine is in the rearview mirror, and pro days are in full swing. Free agency is essentially over, and team needs are becoming clearer. That means we're a little more than a month away from the 2017 NFL draft, and so it's time for Mock Draft 3.0.
You'll find several changes from my second version, but there's no change at No. 1 -- Myles Garrett is the best prospect, and the Browns should take him. The rest of my first-round projection is based on a combination of team needs and best prospects available.
So let's get going. Here's my latest projection for the first 32 picks of the draft.
Garrett to the Browns has been my pick in the other two mocks, and I'm not changing it. His phenomenal combine performance -- a 4.64 40-yard dash, 41-inch vertical and 10-foot-8 broad jump, all at 6-foot-4, 272 pounds -- locked in his status as the best prospect in this class. Cleveland was 30th in the NFL in sacks last season (26), and Garrett is a brilliant, natural pass-rusher who had 32.5 sacks in three seasons for the Aggies. Don't overthink this pick, Browns; take the top overall prospect.