2017 NFL Mock Draft – 1/17/17

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# Team Player H/W Hometown Position School 16-17 Stats
1. Cleveland Browns  15578552015 Myles Garrett, Jr 6’5, 270 lbs Arlington, TX SDE/OLB Texas A&M 33 tackles, 8.5 sacks
Myles Garrett has been the top prospect during the entire 2017 Draft cycle, and I do not think that has changed. Despite a less than stellar junior season, he remains the best pass rusher in college football. Offenses schemed to keep the ball away from his side of the field. All eyes will be on quarterback here, but there is simply not a player worth passing on Garrett for. Cleveland is in for a long rebuild, and with a ton of picks, can find a quarterback later on.
2. San Francisco 49ers 17994552009 Deshaun Watson, Jr 6’3, 215 lbs Gainesville, GA QB Clemson 352-523, 4173 yards, 38 TD, 17 INT
Mock drafts are an interesting thing. I feel very confident that guys like Myles Garrett, Jonathan Allen and Leonard Fournette will be top ten picks. But quarterbacks? Who knows. Who would have guessed last January that Jared Goff and Carson Wentz would end up as the top two picks? The pre-draft process can make or cost quarterbacks millions, as the position is scrutinized and picked apart unlike any in sports. One thing is for certain, and that is the 49ers need to find a quarterback. It could be Deshaun Watson, Mitch Trubisky or DeShone Kizer. Right now Watson is my top rated signal caller, which gives him the edge.
3. Chicago Bears 364 Jonathan Allen, Sr 6’3, 291 lbs Leesburg, VA DE/DT Alabama 52 tackles, 9.5 sacks
The John Fox regime is still around in Chicago, and this might be his last go around as head coach, so he will not want to gamble on a rookie quarterback. Instead, expect the Bears to resign Josh McCown and go that route for another year. It is not difficult to figure out why Alabama is one of the greatest college football dynasties of all time. They have NFL caliber players, and the draft results have shown that. It is rare a top prospect stays in Tuscaloosa all four years, but that is what we have in Jonathan Allen. Allen is one of the most complete defensive lineman to come out in years. With his ability to rush the passer and stop the run, he can line up at any position in any scheme comfortably. He would be a great building block for a Bears defense that still needs viable parts for a 3-4 scheme.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars 15988562013 Malik Hooker, So 6’2, 205 lbs New Castle, PA FS Ohio State 74 tackles, 6 INT, .5 sacks
The more things change, the more they remain the same in regards to a top five Jacksonville Jaguars draft selection. This time Tom Coughlin and Doug Marrone will hope to change Jacksonville’s fortunes. With Coughlin essentially calling the shots, expect the Jaguars to emphasize physicality and toughness on defense. Malik Hooker is the best player available that fills that need. A prototypical free safety in the Ed Reed mold, Hooker had an uncanny nose for the football during his lone year as a starter, picking off six passes. Experience is the only issue, but on paper he has the looks of a great one.
5. Tennessee Titans (from Rams) 1053 Jamal Adams, Jr 6’1, 213 lbs Lewisville, TX SS LSU 76 tackles, 1 INT, 1 sack
It is not often you see two safeties in the top five, but this is a very special class of secondary prospects. In fact, it could be the best we have ever seen, and up to 1/3 of the first round could be cornerbacks and safeties. The Titans were much improved in 2016, but the secondary remained a sore spot. Jamal Adams has drawn comparisons to Troy Polamalu for his recklessly controlled play. Adams has the ability to cover receivers as well as stop the run, and would be a great fit in Tennessee.
6. New York Jets v7tehkwthrwefgounvi7znf5k Derek Barnett, Jr 6’3, 265 lbs Nashville, TN DE/OLB Tennessee 56 tackles, 13 sacks
Either Leonard Fournette or Mitch Trubisky make a lot of sense here, but I espect the Jets to go after someone like Tony Romo or Jay Cutler to fill the need at quarterback and ride with the duo of Matt Forte and Bilal Powell for at least one more season. Instead, expect them to shore up a weak back seven on defense. Scouts and analysts have been trying to discredit Derek Barnett since the day he stepped foot in Knoxville, but all he has done is become the NCAA’s current career sack leader. Barnett is not the most athletic, but has a non stop motor and an advanced knowledge of his position, and could give the Jets some much needed pass rushing.
7. Los Angeles Chargers 8e1jhgblydtow4m3okwzxh67k Mike Williams, Jr 6’3, 225 lbs Vance, SC WR Clemson 90 rec, 1267 yards, 10 TD
The Chargers have forced Philip Rivers to move his 38 kids from San Diego to Los Angeles. Perhaps they could appease him by drafting him a true number one receiver. Keenan Allen could qualify, but he simply cannot stay healthy. Mike Williams fits what the Chargers look for in wideouts. He is not on the AJ Green/Julio Jones level of receiver talent, but could be another Mike Evans type. He could be what Vincent Jackson once was for Rivers.
8. Carolina Panthers f1wggq2k8ql88fe33jzhw641u Leonard Fournette, Jr 6’1, 235 lbs New Orleans, LA HB LSU 129 rushes, 843 yards, 8 TD
Secondary and offensive line are the biggest needs in Carolina, but the Panthers usually just draft the best player available. Leonard Fournette would definitely qualify, and it is not like the running game set the NFL on fire in 2016. Although Fournette has dealt with nicks and bruises during his time at LSU, scouts are not overly concerned, as his injuries are not expected to linger. If anything, it saved some mileage on his tires. Fournette is a strong, violent runner that garners comparisons to Bo Jackson, and has the talent to be a foundation back in the NFL.
9. Cincinnati Bengals 403 Solomon Thomas, So 6’3, 273 lbs Coppell, TX DE/OLB Stanford 62 tackles, 8 sacks
Even though he has been able to consistently win for over a decade while coaching under a notoriously cheap owner, Marvin Lewis always seems to be on the hot seat. It is up to the front office to continue to draft well and replace departing free agents, as the Bengals never splurge for talent. Carlos Dunlap is a stud at defensive end, but a legitimate counterpart would take some pressure off of him. Solomon Thomas might be a bit of an unknown, but he had a tremendous sophomore season for the Cardinal, and could shoot up draft boards once the pre-draft process kicks off. Players who can sack the quarterback are always in very high demand.
10. Buffalo Bills n0fd1z6xmhigb0eej3323ebwq Mitch Trubisky, Jr 6’3, 220 lbs Mentor, OH QB North Carolina 304-446, 3748 yard,s 30 TD, 6 INT
The Bills ensured they would not be on the hook for Tyrod Taylor’s contract by sitting him the last game of the season, essentially ending his run in Buffalo. Taylor played very well, but apparently the Bills want to extend a playoff drought that has gone on for almost 20 years. Which means quarterback is once again a big need area. Mitch Trubisky checks all of the boxes of what you look for in a drop back quarterback, but he lacks experience after starting only one year at North Carolina, and tailed off towards the end of the season. He needs to sit and learn, but bad teams can rarely afford that luxury, which means he will be thrown into the fire in Buffalo.
11. New Orleans Saints 907 Marlon Humphrey, So 6’1, 196 lbs Hoover, AL CB Alabama 33 tackles, 2 INT
Always in the market for defensive upgrades, the Saints should be able to land a pretty good contributor here. Marlon Humphrey is one of a number of impact redshirt sophomores who could sprinkle the first round. He is tall, strong, has the bloodlines of a former NFL player, Bobby Humphrey, and has the look of a future number one cornerback. This is a great class for secondary players, and the Saints should look to reinforce that position.
12. Cleveland Browns (from Eagles)  15578552015 DeShone Kizer, So 6’4, 230 lbs Toledo, OH QB Notre Dame 212-361, 2925 yards, 26 TD, 9 INT
This would be an ideal scenario for both the Browns and DeShone Kizer. Cleveland was able to draft the best player in the class instead of passing for a quarterback, but they still get the guy who is reportedly on the top of their quarterback board. Kizer goes to a team that knows it’s bad, and would likely let him sit for a while behind Cody Kessler. Kizer has ideal size and arm strength, he just lacks awareness and experience, both things that underrated head coach Hue Jackson could teach.
13. Arizona Cardinals kwth8f1cfa2sch5xhjjfaof90 Corey Davis, Sr 6’3, 213 lbs Wheaton, IL WR Western Michigan 97 rec, 1500 yards, 19 TD
Larry Fitzgerald is seriously considering retirement, John Brown regressed badly and Michael Floyd was cut. Suddenly, wide receiver is a huge need in Arizona. One of the most productive receivers in college football history, (career totals of 332 receptions, 5385 yards, 52 TD) Corey Davis is more than just another Mid Major receiver beating up on cup cakes. Davis has great size, good hands and is the best route runner in this class. He should come in and produce right away, and will be picked much higher than people realize.
14. Indianapolis Colts 593 Dalvin Cook, Jr 5’11, 213 lbs Miami, FL HB Florida State 288 rushes, 1765 yards, 19 TD
I love Leonard Fournette, but think Dalvin Cook could be a more popular selection among NFL scouts. His game translates perfectly to today’s wide open style, and, unlike Fournette, he has not dealt with nearly the pounding in college. The Colts have serious needs on the defensive side of the ball, but may not be able to resist drafting a legitimate weapon for franchise quarterback Andrew Luck.
15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings) 960 Teez Tabor, Jr 6’0, 201 lbs Washington, DC CB Florida 33 tackles, 4 INT
This is shaping up to be a very deep draft, so the Eagles were smart to turn Sam Bradford into a first round pick. Teez Tabor is a playmaker who has the occasional mental lapse, but is more talented and a better prospect than former Gator counterpart Vernon Hargreaves, who was a top 15 pick last year. He would instantly become the most talented cornerback in a group consisting of castaways and mediocre talent.
16. Baltimore Ravens 318 Cam Robinson, Jr 6’6, 310 lbs Monroe, LA OG/OT Alabama N/A
The Ravens drafted Ronnie Stanley in the first round in 2016, but with Ricky Wagner an impending free agent the Ravens might not be able to afford, it would make sense to continue to fortify the offensive line. Cam Robinson has top ten talent, but lacked consistency at Alabama. He would make an ideal run blocking right tackle, though he could slide inside as well.
17. Washington Redskins im5xz2q9bjbg44xep08bf5czq Jabrill Peppers, So 6’1, 205 lbs East Orange, NJ CB/SS Michigan 72 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 INT
To get back to the playoffs, Washingon needs to reinforce it’s talent on defense. Jabrill Peppers played everywhere for Michigan this season, but will likely settle in at safety, where his athleticism and tackling could be utilized most successfully. With Josh Norman and now Peppers, the secondary could quickly become a strength.
18. Tennessee Titans 1053 Reuben Foster, Sr 6’1, 236 lbs Auburn, AL MLB Alabama 103 tackles, 4 sacks
Avery Williamson is a future star at inside linebacker, but the other spot is up for grabs. With two first round picks, the Titans can afford the luxury of drafting the best player available. Reuben Foster is a tackling machine who can also get after the quarterback. More athletic than former Crimson Tide inside linebackers CJ Mosley, Donta Hightower and Reggie Ragland, Foster would be an instant starter as the quarterback of the Titans defense.
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17636702014 John Ross, Jr 5’11, 190 lbs Long Beach, CA WR Washington 81 rec, 1150 yards, 17 TD
If Tampa Bay wants Jameis Winston to succeed, they will need more than just Mike Evans at the skill positions. John Ross would make a perfect deep threat counterpart. He may be the fastest player in this draft, and had an extremely productive junior season. The only concern is his lengthy injury history, though injuries tend to not be as taxing on receivers. He could shoot up the draft board once the combine rolls around, as he ran a reported 4.25 40 yard dash in college.
20. Denver Broncos  9ebzja2zfeigaziee8y605aqp OJ Howard, Sr 6’6, 251 lbs Prattville, AL TE Alabama 41 rec, 489 yards, 2 TD
Who knows how the Broncos will look next year without Gary Kubiak. One can assume this will still be a team that leans on the defense and running game. OJ Howard does not boast elite statistics, but is the most complete tight end in this class. A strong receiver and willing blocker, he could be a nice safety net for Denver’s young quarterbacks.
21. Detroit Lions cwuyv0w15ruuk34j9qnfuoif9 Carl Lawson, Jr 6’2, 253 lbs Alpharetta, GA DE/OLB Auburn 31 tackles, 9 sacks
Other than Ezekiel Ansah and Darius Slay, the Lions could use upgrades all across the board on defense. Carl Lawson put his injury woes behind him, and was one of the most feared pass rushers in the SEC. Health is the only issue, but he is squarely in the mid first round conversation.
22. Miami Dolphins 15041052013 David Njoku, So 6’4, 245 lbs Cedar Grove, NJ TE Miami 43 rec, 698 yards, 8 TD
Adam Gase is an offensive coach, so the front office would do wise to continue to give him the pieces to succeed. Miami’s top three tight ends are free agents, and none are a realistic option in the passing game. David Njoku might be the best athlete among all tight ends in this class. He has great inline speed and could be a real asset in the passing game.
23. New York Giants  919 Garett Boles, Jr 6’6, 300 lbs Lehi, UT OG/OT Utah N/A
The Giants will go as far as Eli Manning and the passing attack takes them, so continuing to build the offensive line is the way to go. Garett Boles is already 25 years old so he lacks upside, but is a solid bet to step in right away and start at right tackle. The Giants line could use that kind of consistency.
24. Oakland Raiders  g9mgk6x3ge26t44cccm9oq1vl Carlos Watkins, Sr 6’3, 305 lbs Mooresboro, NC DT Clemson 50 tackles, 10.5 sacks
The Raiders boast one of the best young rosters in the NFL, but the defense struggled at times in 2016. Carlos Watkins is not exactly the flashiest pick, but he had a tremendous senior season for the champion Tigers. Watkins has experience at end and tackle, and his ability to get after the quarterback would play well for the Raiders defense, which boasts several defensive looks.
25. Houston Texans 570 Chris Wormley, Sr 6’6, 302 lbs Toledo, OH DE/DT Michigan 37 tackles, 6 sacks
It is a shame that the Texans cannot find a quarterback, because this is a Super Bowl caliber roster otherwise. Thanks to his huge contract, Houston is stuck with Brock Osweiler for a while, and they are too low in the draft to select an immediate replacement. One trouble area that could be addressed early is defensive end opposite JJ Watt. Chris Wormley has had some consistency issues in the past but has developed quite nicely during his four years at Michigan and can fill in all along the defensive line.
26. Seattle Seahawks pfiobtreaq7j0pzvadktsc6jv Ryan Ramczyk, Jr 6’6, 314 lbs Stevens Point, WI OT Wisconsin N/A
Perhaps the biggest positional need amongst any team in the NFL is offensive line and Seattle. The Seahawks patchwork line was the main reason the team has struggled in 2016, and they need to devote multiple picks to help shore up this area. Ryan Ramczyk could have been the first offensive lineman drafted, but will miss most of the off season with an injury. Wisconsin routinely produces quality offensive lineman and Ramczyk should be a solid starter for quite a while.
27. Kansas City Chiefs 857 Sidney Jones, Jr 6’0, 180 lbs Diamond Bar, CA CB Washington 39 tackles, 3 INT
Another quick, disappointing playoff exit for the Chiefs. It is clear that Alex Smith will not lead this team to a Super Bowl, but it will be almost impossible for the front office to upgrade the position. So they need to continue to add as much quality talent as possible. Sidney Jones is a bit thin and lanky, and may struggle a bit against the tougher receivers of the NFL, but is a great cover guy who was the best player in one of the most talented secondaries in college football. He would be an upgrade opposite Marcus Peters.
28. Dallas Cowboys 406 DeMarcus Walker, Sr 6’4, 280 lbs Jacksonville, FL DE Florida State 67 tackles, 16 sacks
DeMarcus Walker is not the most dynamic pass rusher, but few players in college were more productive. Walker is strong and a solid run defender as well. The Cowboys defense played relatively well as a unit, but could use a consistent pass rushing threat.
29. Green Bay Packers dcy03myfhffbki5d7il3 Charles Harris, Jr 6’3, 260 lbs Kansas City, MO DE/OLB Missouri 61 tackles, 9 sacks
The Packers are always on the lookout for pass rushers, and with Julius Peppers possibly considering retirement, expect Green Bay to look that way again. Charles Harris is the latest in a long line of talented Missouri defensive lineman and has the ability to be a double digit sack artist in the NFL.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers 970 Tim Williams, Sr 6’4, 252 lbs Baton Rouge, LA DE/OLB Alabama 31 tackles, 9 sacks
The Steelers have spent first round picks on pass rush, but guys like Bud Dupree and Jarvis Jones have struggled to consistently produce. James Harrison is on borrowed time, which means that outside linebacker is once again the teams biggest need. Tim Williams is a very talented situational pass rusher, but his lack of production elsewhere and some off the field issues could cause him to slip into the second and third round. With so many pass rushers coming off the board in the first round, and with such a big need in Pittsburgh, the Steelers take the gamble here.
31. Atlanta Falcons 299 Quincy Wilson, Jr 6’1, 213 lbs Fort Lauderdale, FL CB/SS Florida 33 tackles, 3 INT, 1 sack
While Teez Tabor generated most of the pub among Florida secondary prospects, Quincy Wilson was nearly as good. He has nice cover skills and the size to play either cornerback or safety. The Falcons are set at cornerback with Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford, and Keanu Neal had a nice rookie season at free safety. With Wilson able to play strong safety and nickel back, the defensive backfield would be a strength.
32. New England Patriots y71myf8mlwlk8lbgagh3fd5e0 Christian McCaffrey, Jr 6’0, 200 lbs Castle Rock, CO RB Stanford 253 rushes, 1603 yards, 13 TD
From Kevin Faulk to Danny Woodhead to Dion Lewis, Tom Brady has always appreciated a quick, pass receiving half back. Christian McCaffrey reminds me of what Reggie Bush should have been coming out of USC. He might not be a 20 carry per game back, but should excel in space, and has the ability to rush for 1,000 yards and catch 80 passes.

Round 2

33. Cleveland Browns – CB Marshon Lattimore, So, Ohio State
34. San Francisco 49ers – MLB Zach Cunningham, Jr, Vanderbilt
35. Jacksonville Jaguars – OG Dan Feeney, Sr, Indiana
36. Chicago Bears – QB Brad Kaaya, Jr, Miami
37. Los Angeles Rams – WR JuJu Smith-Schuster, Jr, USC
38. Los Angeles Chargers – OT Roderick Johnson, Jr, Florida State
39. New York Jets – CB Gareon Conley, Jr, Ohio State
40. Carolina Panthers – CB Cordrea Tankersley, Sr, Clemson
41. Cincinnati Bengals – OT Dion Dawkins, Sr, Temple
42. New Orleans Saints – MLB Raekwon McMillan, Jr, Ohio State
43. Philadelphia Eagles – WR/RB Curtis Samuel, Jr, Ohio State
44. Buffalo Bills – CB Tre’Davious White, Sr, LSU
45. Arizona Cardinals – DE/OLB Takkarist McKinley, Sr, UCLA
46. Indianapolis Colts – DE/DT Malik McDowell, Jr, Michigan State
47. Baltimore Ravens – DE/OLB TJ Watt, Jr, Wisconsin
48. Minnesota Vikings – HB D’Onta Foreman, Jr, Texas
49. Washington Redskins – DE/DT Caleb Brantley, Jr, Florida
50. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – FS Budda Baker, Jr, Washington
51. Denver Broncos – OT Adam Bisnowaty, Sr, Pittsburgh
52. Cleveland Browns (from Titans) – WR/TE Evan Engram, Sr, Ole’ Miss
53. Detroit Lions – CB Adoree’ Jackson, Jr, USC
54. Miami Dolphins – DE Taco Charlton, Sr, Michigan
55. New York Giants – TE Bucky Hodges, Jr, Virginia Tech
56. Oakland Raiders – CB/FS Desmond King, Sr, Iowa
57. Houston Texans – OT Antonio Garcia, Sr, Troy
58. Seattle Seahawks – DT Elijah Qualls, Jr, Washington
59. Kansas City Chiefs – DE/DT Davon Godchaux, Jr, LSU
60. Dallas Cowboys – CB Cameron Sutton, Sr, Tennessee
61. Green Bay Packers – WR Cooper Kupp, Sr, Eastern Washington
62. Pittsburgh Steelers – WR Malachi Dupre, Jr, LSU
63. Atlanta Falcons – OLB Jarrad Davis, Sr, Florida
64. New England Patriots – OG/C Ethan Pocic, Sr, LSU

Round 3

65. Cleveland Browns – FS Marcus Williams, Jr, Utah
66. San Francisco 49ers – OT Taylor Moton, Sr, Western Michigan
67. Chicago Bears – WR Zay Jones, Sr, East Carolina
68. Jacksonville Jaguars – DT Vincent Taylor, Jr, Oklahoma State
69. Tennessee Titans (from Rams) – CB Damontae Kazee, Sr, San Diego State
70. New York Jets – TE Jordan Leggett, Sr, Clemson
71. Los Angeles Chargers – SS Justin Evans, Sr, Texas A&M
72. Carolina Panthers – WR Dede Westbrook, Sr, Okalhoma
73. Cincinnati Bengals – OLB Haason Reddick, Sr, Temple
74. Philadelphia Eagles – HB Brian Hill, Jr, Wyoming
75. Buffalo Bills – WR Isaiah Ford, Jr, Virginia Tech
76. New Orleans Saints – QB Patrick Mahomes II, Jr, Texas Tech
77. Arizona Cardinals – CB Chidobe Awuzie, Sr, Colorado
78. Baltimore Ravens – CB Jourdan Lewis, Sr, Michigan
79. Minnesota Vikings – OG Dorian Johnson, Sr, Pittsburgh
80. Indianapolis Colts – OLB Ryan Anderson, Sr, Ohio State
81. Washington Redskins – HB Wayne Gallman, Jr, Clemson
82. Denver Broncos – WR KD Cannon, Jr, Baylor
83. Tennessee Titans – TE Cole Hikutini, Sr, Cincinnati
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DE Tanoh Kpassagnon, Sr, Villanova
85. Detroit Lions – OLB Elijah Lee, Jr, Kansas State
86. Minnesota Vikings (from Dolphins) – OT Conor McDermott, Sr, UCLA
87. New York Giants – QB Davis Webb, Sr, California
88. Oakland Raiders – HB Marlon Mack, Jr, South Florida
89. Houston Texans – SS/CB Eddie Jackson, Sr, Alabama
90. Seattle Seahawks – WR Artavis Scott, Jr, Clemson
91. Kansas City Chiefs – OG Forrest Lamp, Sr, Western Kentucky
92. Dallas Cowboys – HB Joe Mixon, So, Oklahoma
93. Green Bay Packers – OG Damien Mama, Jr, USC
94. Pittsburgh Steelers – CB Kevin King, Sr, Washington
95. Atlanta Falcons – WR Josh Reynolds, Sr, Texas A&M
96. New England Patriots – OLB Vince Biegel, Sr, Wisconsin


6 thoughts on “2017 NFL Mock Draft – 1/17/17

  1. Let me help you with the Arizona Cardinals pick at 13 – Reuben Foster; Mark it in pen. Foster’s likely the best need fit for what’s available for any draft the Cards have had in 10, 20 or possibly 30 years. They’ve never replaced Darryl “I like smoking blunts and doing blow” Washington. Paired with Deone Buchanon, its 2014 again for AZ when it has 2 guys at ILB who have a serious shot at going to the Pro Bowl, while transforming AZ’s D to elite status. None of the teams in front of them really need a true 3-4 ILB, according to the NFL.com people and Walter football.


  2. Also, FYI: Fitz isn’t going anywhere, especially now that its out that AZ is in serious talks to bring Calais Campbell back now that he’s giving them a hometown discount, because like Fitz, its all about getting a ring. Jaron Brown was outplaying Fitz early in the year, has been the last 2. The light went on for JJ Nelson last year, and they’re optimistic that John Brown will learn how to manage his sickle cell disease. Carson and Fitz have a pack to stay so long as they have a chance at a ring. AZ has one of the best locker rooms in the league. Vets realize, how rare a chance to get a ring is, and won’t let it get away. If Foster falls to them, the dominos fall in order, and AZ has a serious chance of being back in the NFC Title Game again.


    1. Tanoh Kpassagnon is 6’7, 290. He had 8 sacks and racked up a ton of tackles. While it’s always a bit risky to draft a Division 1A player, on paper he looks like a good one who can play anywhere on the defensive line.


  3. I don’t think the Browns take a WR in either of the first 2 2round. Instead of Engram @52, I think (and hope) they take either Elfein (C – Ohio State) or King (S – Iowa)


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