Fantasy football value picks for 2017

One of the biggest factors in achieving success in fantasy football is the ability to determine appropriate value for players. There are many ways of finding out the market value of a player, from partaking in numerous mock drafts to consulting websites like Fantasy Football Calculator to determine a player’s average draft position.

After getting a sense of where players are typically getting drafted, it’s important to target the players that can offer a nice return despite not costing you a high pick. That’s where we come in. Here’s our list of the biggest values in the draft for 2017.

Lamar Miller, RB, Texans (ADP=2nd round-24th overall)—If he’s going 24th overall and you’re in a snake draft, that could leave you with David Johnson or Le’Veon Bell taken first overall, and Miller. The Texans’ back retains a very high floor with the amount of touches he’ll receive. The team should have a better passing game, taking pressure off him.

Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks (3rd round-26th overall)—Taking the No. 1 WR from a team with a healthy Russell Wilson in the third round could prove to be very effective. He may even fall farther than this, given that he’s never been an exciting name for fantasy.

Demaryius Thomas, WR, Broncos (3rd round-33rd overall)—He got drafted way earlier last season, but I think he puts up even better numbers this year. Thomas was a disappointment last year as a WR1, but if he matches those numbers this season, it’ll be good value at where he’s being drafted.

Mike Gillislee, RB, Patriots (4th round, 47th overall)—He’s expected to take LeGarrette Blount’s role and was extremely efficient last season. Gillislee could be an RB1 taken in the fourth round.

Martavis Bryant, WR, Steelers (4th round, 48th overal)—Bryant might end up dropping even farther if owners shy away from him due to off-the-field issues. Keep an eye on his status, he hasn’t been fully reinstated quite yet, because he could be a steal in the fourth round.

Jarvis Landry, WR, Dolphins (5th round, 54th overall)—Taking a WR2 with possible WR1 upside in the fifth would be nice. He was tenth in receiving yards last year, but scored just four times.

Donte Moncrief, WR, Colts (6th round, 70th overall)—He would have had a highly productive season in 2016 if he hadn’t missed time. In nine games he scored seven touchdowns and could be WR2-level in the sixth round.

Donte Moncrief #10 of the Indianapolis Colts catches a touchdown pass during the game against the New England Patriots at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 18, 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Donte Moncrief #10 of the Indianapolis Colts catches a touchdown pass during the game against the New England Patriots at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 18, 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Jamison Crowder, WR, Redskins (6th round, 71st overall)—It seems like most fantasy experts have given the edge to Terrelle Pryor as the next No. 1 receiver in Washington. Crowder already has chemistry with Kirk Cousins and virtually tied Pryor in fantasy points last season.

Frank Gore, RB, Colts (7th round, 78th overall)—To draft a running back that finished as an RB1 in 2016 in the seventh round is the definition of finding great value. Even with questions surrounding his age and Marlon Mack, the price isn’t too high for this workhorse.

Jeremy Maclin, WR, Ravens (8th round, 87th overall)—Taking the No. 1 receiver on the Ravens in the eighth round is a tremendous value selection. You’ll have WR2 potential without having to go out on a limb, selecting him in the eighth.

Eric Decker, WR, Titans (8th round, 99th overall)—If Marcus Mariota continues to move in the right direction, Decker could put up WR2 numbers. He’s a nice candidate to make a comeback after playing in just three contests last year.

Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions (10th round, 122nd overall)—Stafford slings the ball around so much, it’s crazy to think he’ll be available in the tenth round. The return of Ameer Abdullah makes the dinks and dunks Stafford throws even more dangerous.

Adam Thielen, WR, Vikings (11th round, 128th overall)—Thielen outperformed Stefon Diggs last season, who is being drafted nearly 50 spots ahead him. He’s a WR3 with WR2 potential, being drafted extremely late in mock drafts.

Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals (12th round, 140th overall)—With weapons like A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert and rookies Joe Mixon and John Ross, Dalton definitely has an opportunity to end up a QB1 at a ridiculously low cost.

Robert Woods, WR, Rams (14th round, 194th overall)—He’ll be the No. 1 WR on the Rams. That’s the bad news. The good news is he can be had for next to nothing.

Contact Cat Vasquez at 512-445-3677. Email cvasquez@statesman.com. Twitter @AAS_Cat.

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: AFC West

NFL teams are starting training camp this week which means fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s the AFC West.

Broncos

Rising

Demaryius Thomas, WR—The hip injury he dealt with last season is behind him and he gets to be reunited with offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.

Falling

C.J. Anderson, RB—The running game will likely struggle, and Anderson has Devontae Booker and Jamaal Charles to fend off.

One to watch

Jamaal Charles, RB—If it turns out he comes back at even 75 percent of what he used to be, you’ll gladly take him in the eighth round.

Chiefs

Rising

Travis Kelce, TE—Hard to think he’s rising after the great season he had last year, but I’m thinking he gets more than four touchdown receptions this year.

Falling

Spencer Ware, RB—His status as the Chiefs’ No. 1 back is in question with the addition of rookie Kareem Hunt, who impressed during OTAs.

One to watch

Tyreek Hill, WR—The electrifying wide receiver is no longer a secret, but you have to make sure you don’t overvalue him.

Raiders

Rising

Amari Cooper, WR—He’s entering his third year and if Derek Carr targets him more often near the red zone then Cooper can finally show his true upside.

Falling

Marshawn Lynch, RB—I wasn’t as excited about his return, given the last time he played he was a shell of Beast Mode. There’s talent in his backfield that he’ll have to hold off.

One to watch

Jared Cook, TE—The playoff hero for the Packers joins a team that could use a threat down the seam. He’s got TE1 potential, but may stay a TE2.

Chargers

Rising

Tyrell Williams, WR—He led Chargers wide receivers in yards and touchdowns last season and he’s an absolute bargain right now, being drafted in the tenth round.

Falling

Mike Williams, WR—With Allen’s injury history, the rookie out of Clemson was looking like he could be a nice pick. But Williams is dealing with a back issue and may miss the start of the season.

One to watch

Hunter Henry, TE—It’s likely this is the season Antonio Gates finally falls off, Henry has shown he has the capability to make an impact.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: AFC East

NFL teams are starting training camp this week which means fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s the AFC East

Patriots

Rising

Mike Gillislee, RB—He’s a talented back who was extremely efficient as LeSean McCoy’s backup in Buffalo. He’ll come out on top of the Patriots’ backfield.

Falling

Dion Lewis, RB—He’ll be the odd man out with the additions of Gillislee and Rex Burkhead while James White remains the main pass-catching option.

One to watch

Julian Edelman, WR—It’s yet to be seen how well Tom Brady and Brandin Cooks will click, but the addition of the speedster has to hurt Edelman’s value.

 

Dolphins

Rising

DeVante Parker, WR—His teammates and coaching staff are very high on him a year after he more than doubled his receptions and gained 744 yards to go with four TDs.

Falling

Kenny Stills, WR—Expectations are high for DeVante Parker, and if he pans out then Stills falls short of his nine TDs from 2016.

One to watch

Julius Thomas, TE—He’s had success before, but health has been an issue. If he stays on the field, he could be a worthy waiver pick up.

Bills

Rising

Zay Jones, WR—Coaches have been impressed by the rookie who will have to step up if the fragile Sammy Watkins is to get hurt again.

Falling

Tyrod Taylor, QB—Even if things go perfectly for him, he’s at best a stringing option. It’s important to note he’s playing under a new coach now as well.

One to watch

Andre Holmes, WR—The former Raiders receiver may end up starting for the Bills after getting work with the first team, but it depends on the development of Jones.

Jets

Rising

Quincy Enunwa, WR—He’s the only game in town with the departures of Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker.

Falling

Matt Forte, RB—With the Jets taking a running-back-by-committee approach, Forte’s not a good bet to make your starting lineup.

One to watch

Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE—The Jets may try to get the talented tight end involved given their lack of depth at wideout. He’s suspended two games so no need to use a draft pick on him.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: NFC West

NFL teams are starting training camp this week which means fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s the NFC West.

Seahawks

Rising

Russell Wilson, QB—Wilson had 10 passing touchdowns in his last five games of 2016 because he was finally healthy enough to take advantage of his mobility. He enters this season fresh.

Falling

Thomas Rawls, RB—With the signing of Eddie Lacy, Rawls’ value takes a big hit, not to mention the presence of a skillful C.J. Prosise.

One to watch

C.J. Prosise, RB—Speaking of Prosise, he should continue to be dangerous in the passing game. He’ll be more valuable in PPR leagues.

Cardinals

Rising

John Brown, WR—He dealt with a sickle-cell trait issue and a cyst on his spine in 2016. He will be available at good value and is likely to bounce back.

Falling

Carson Palmer, QB—Palmer is still at a QB2 level, but he contemplated retirement in the offseason and his best days appear to be behind him.

One to watch

J.J. Nelson, WR—Nelson had five overall touchdowns in the last five weeks of the season in 2016. If Larry Fitzgerald begins to slow down, a big if, then Nelson could become a bigger factor.

Rams

Rising

Robert Woods, WR—Woods has every opportunity to become the No. 1 receiver in Los Angeles with Kenny Britt in Cleveland now. Great value pick possibility.

Falling

Todd Gurley, RB—He still has a high floor, just based on volume of touches, but not much has changed from a season in which he rushed for just 885 yards.

One to watch

Tyler Higbee, TE—Lance Kendricks is now a Packer, so the second-year player should see a large increase in targets. Monitor his off the field issues before picking him up off waivers.

49ers

Rising

Pierre Garcon, WR—He had his career year with Kyle Shanahan in Washington and new 49ers’ QB Brian Hoyer helped DeAndre Hopkins shine as a rookie in Houston.

Falling

Carlos Hyde, RB—A new regime is in town and the drafting of Joe Williams doesn’t inspire confidence in the oft-injured running back.

One to watch

Joe Williams, RB—He looks like the preferred back for the new head coach, so pay close attention to the reports out of training camp.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: NFC East

NFL teams are starting training camp this week which means fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s the NFC East.

NFC East

Cowboys

Rising

Dez Bryant, WR—He hasn’t played in 16 games since 2014, but if Dak Prescott continues to build a rapport with the receiver he could be a great bargain in the third round.

Falling

Cole Beasley, WR—Terrance Williams is still a small factor, but the addition of rookie Ryan Switzer could really cut into the diminutive receiver’s production.

One to watch

Ryan Switzer, WR—Speaking of the rookie. He’s gotten some work in with Prescott in OTAs as Beasley dealt with a hamstring injury.

Giants

Rising

Paul Perkins, RB—The Giants should have a pass heavy offense, but Perkins had double-digit carries in the last four regular season games of 2016 and Rashad Jennings is gone.

Falling

Sterling Shepard, WR—He had a nice rookie season, but with Brandon Marshall joining the receiving corps Shepard’s likely to take a hit in productivity.

One to watch

Evan Ingram, TE—The tight end looks more like a wide receiver and could do well in the Giants’ offense.

Redskins

Rising

Samaje Perine, RB—If you had him on your team, you’d likely put him in on goal line situations at the very least.

Falling

Rob Kelley, RB—With the Oklahoma rookie in the mix, Kelley may struggle to stay relevant for fantasy purposes.

One to watch

Jamison Crowder, WR—He had 847 yards and seven touchdowns in 2016 and the two WRs ahead of him on the depth chart are on different teams now.

Eagles

Rising

Alshon Jeffery, WR—Health is always an issue, but if Carson Wentz improves on a decent rookie season, the two could prove to be productive.

Falling

Jordan Matthews, WR—He’s no longer the No. 1 receiver on the team with the addition of Jeffery.

One to watch

LeGarrette Blount, RB—The experts aren’t very high on him despite leading the league in rushing TDs last year, but he’ll be an improvement over Ryan Mathews.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: NFC South

As we speak, NFL teams are gearing up for training camp, if they haven’t reported already. Fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s a look at the NFC South.

Falcons

Rising

Julio Jones, WR—Tough to pick a rising player on this potent offense, but we’ll go with Jones since he’ll likely improve on last season’s six touchdowns.

Falling

Matt Ryan, QB—He should still end up with QB1 status, but we’re betting he regresses a bit after losing offensive guru Kyle Shanahan to the 49ers.

One to watch

Taylor Gabriel, WR—The highly efficient, however undersized, receiver could turn into the second option on the outside.

Buccaneers

Rising

Jameis Winston, QB—If Winston is going to solidify his QB1 status, he’s got a great opportunity with his new weapons (DeSean Jackson, O.J. Howard) and the reliable Mike Evans.

Falling

Doug Martin, RB—Mock drafts may say otherwise, but the up-and-down career of Martin is too risky to play with early in drafts.

One to watch

Cameron Brate, TE—He’s a better value over Howard since rookie tight ends hardly make a big impact early.

Panthers

Rising

Christian McCaffrey, RB—The rookie can do it all and he could end up taking a lot of pressure off Cam Newton.

Falling

Jonathan Stewart, RB—He’s not likely to score nine touchdowns again this season with McCaffrey likely to take away a lot of touches.

One to watch

Curtis Samuel, WR—If the Panthers find multiple ways to get the versatile player the ball, it could put defenses on their heels.

Saints

Rising

Michael Thomas, WR—He practically supplanted Brandin Cooks as the No. 1 receiver last year and the Saints were confident enough in Thomas to let Cooks go.

Falling

Mark Ingram, RB—Sean Payton gave Tim Hightower a lot of touches last season so you have to figure Adrian Peterson eats into Ingram’s opportunities.

One to watch

Ted Ginn Jr., WR—When a speedy wide receiver joins a team led by Drew Brees you have to take note. He should be cheap as well.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: NFC North

As we speak, NFL teams are gearing up for training camp, if they haven’t reported already. Fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch. Here’s a look at the NFC North.

Packers

Rising

Martellus Bennett, TE—The potential has always been there and I think he ends up in the top-12 for tight ends fantasy scoring.

Falling

Davante Adams, WR—He had 12 TDs last year while Randall Cobb struggled with injuries. Adding Bennett to the mix hurts.

One to watch

Jamaal Williams, RB—The rookie out of BYU has the best shot to take some touches away from converted wide receiver Ty Montgomery.

Vikings

Rising

Dalvin Cook, RB—The rookie has every opportunity to shine over a mediocre Latavius Murray and last season’s leading rusher Jerick McKinnon.

Falling

Jerick McKinnon, RB—With Murray signed in free agency and Cook taken in the draft, there’s no way McKinnon leads the team in rushing this season.

One to watch

Adam Thielen, WR—He led the team in receiving yardage and had more fantasy points in non-PPR leagues than Stefon Diggs.

Lions

Rising

Golden Tate, WR—The Lions’ leader in red zone targets and TDs last season, Anquan Boldin, is out of the picture.

Falling

Theo Riddick, RB—He shines in PPR leagues, but a fully recovered Ameer Abdullah is the better option.

One to watch

Kenny Golladay, WR—After having a good start last year, Marvin Jones struggled. If that carries over to this season then that opens things up for the rookie.

Bears

Rising

Cameron Meredith, WR—With Alshon Jeffery now an Eagle, Meredith will end up being this bad team’s No. 1 receiver.

Falling

Jordan Howard, RB—He definitely won’t be a bust, but the odds are long for him to repeat last season’s performance with this team.

One to watch

Dion Sims, TE—Zach Miller is in danger of not making the Bears’ roster and Sims scored all four of his touchdowns in his last six games with the Dolphins last year.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: AFC South

As we speak, NFL teams are gearing up for training camp, if they haven’t reported already. Fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch for all 32 teams. Here’s a look at the AFC South.

Texans

Rising

DeAndre Hopkins, WR—Addition by subtraction, as they say. With Brock Osweiler out of town Hopkins should get closer to his previous form.

Falling

Lamar Miller, RB—The Texans drafted a rookie likely to make an impact, but Miller could end up being a great value draft pick if he puts up slightly better numbers.

One to watch

DeShaun Watson, QB—For a variety of reasons you should keep an eye on his development since rookies (see: Dak Prescott) can surprise you at times.

Titans

Rising

Eric Decker, WR—He should be a welcomed new No. 1 for Marcus Mariota.

Falling

Rishard Matthews, WR—With Decker in town and the Titans drafting Corey Davis, Matthews’ numbers will suffer.

One to watch

Derrick Henry, RB—All it will take for him to be an RB1 is another injury suffered by DeMarco Murray.

Colts

Rising

Jack Doyle, TE—He’s currently being drafted just outside of TE1 range, was second on the Colts in receiving yards last year and that was with Dwayne Allen on the team.

Falling

Phillip Dorsett, WR—He’s likely to become the fourth in line behind T.Y. Hilton, Doyle, and Donte Moncrief in targets.

One to watch

Donte Moncrief, WR—Moncrief scored seven touchdowns and was a key red zone target in just nine games last season.

Jaguars

Rising

Leonard Fournette, RB—The price may be too high for the unproven commodity, but the success of Jordan Howard and Ezekiel Elliott has many thinking he could be an RB1 in his first year.

Falling

Chris Ivory, RB—With the rookie on the field, T.J. Yeldon is probably more likely to get the backup work over Ivory.

One to watch

Blake Bortles, QB—He didn’t look good last year but ended up just outside of QB1 status. He could end up being good value.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

Fantasy football players rising, falling and ones to watch: AFC North

As we speak, NFL teams are gearing up for training camp, if they haven’t reported already. Fantasy football is just around the corner. Be sure to bookmark this page for up-to-date fantasy football rankings. Keep those rankings in mind as we take a look at each division’s players on the rise, on the decline and ones to watch for all 32 teams. Here’s a look at the AFC North.

AFC North

Steelers

Rising

Martavis Bryant, WR—The natural ability of this talented receiver is something you can’t ignore despite off the field troubles that should be behind him.

Falling

Eli Rogers, WR—The return of Bryant takes some opportunity away, plus the addition of rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster doesn’t help.

One to watch

JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR—It’s a crowded group, but the team is looking to go with more 4-receiver sets so the rookie will have a chance to impress.

Ravens

Rising

Jeremy Maclin, WR—The Ravens love to throw the ball, probably because their run game is weak, and Maclin is a true No. 1 that should benefit.

Falling

Terrance West, RB—With the addition of Danny Woodhead, and the fact the Ravens are pass happy, West should probably see some regression.

One to watch

Danny Woodhead, RB—Speaking of Woodhead, he’ll likely be a monster in PPR leagues with Joe Flacco dumping off the ball on check downs.

Bengals

Rising

Andy Dalton, QB—He’s been solid his whole career, but he hasn’t had as many weapons with so much upside.

Falling

Jeremy Hill, RB—With Gio Bernard likely to hold onto the third-down role and Joe Mixon coming in with a lot of talent, that leaves Hill on the outside looking in.

One to watch

Joe Mixon, RB—He’s as talented as they come and his ability in all areas can make him the No. 1 back on the team before the season’s done.

Browns

Rising

Isaiah Crowell, RB—He was 48 yards shy of 1,000 last year while catching 40 passes. The Browns have a good offensive line for running the ball.

Falling

Duke Johnson Jr., RB—Unless Crowell goes down with injury, Johnson holds little value outside of PPR leagues.

One to watch

David Njoku, TE—The Browns have a lot of young QBs and a security blanket at the tight end position can prove to be valuable.

Divisions:

NFC North

NFC South

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

AFC East

AFC West

2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Top 200

The earliest date NFL rookies report to training camp is July 19. That’s less than two weeks away, so with that in mind we’ll take a look at our updated Top 200 fantasy football rankings.

It’s important to note that these rankings reflect a player’s true value in my opinion, not necessarily their average draft position. These rankings are for half-point PPR leagues, since more leagues are placing value on receptions.

1. David Johnson, RB, Cardinals
2. Le’Veon Bell, RB, Steelers
3. Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Cowboys
4. Antonio Brown, WR, Steelers
5. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, Giants
6. Julio Jones, WR, Falcons
7. LeSean McCoy, RB, Bills
8. Mike Evans, WR, Buccaneers
9. Devonta Freeman, RB, Falcons
10. Melvin Gordon, RB, Chargers

Running back Melvin Gordon #28 of the San Diego Chargers fights off cornerback Chris Harris #25 of the Denver Broncos in the fourth quarter of the game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 30, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

11. A.J. Green, WR, Bengals
12. DeMarco Murray, RB, Titans
13. Jordan Howard, RB, Bears
14. Jordy Nelson, WR, Packers
15. Michael Thomas, WR, Saints
16. Jay Ajayi, RB, Dolphins
17. Dez Bryant, WR, Cowboys
18. T.Y. Hilton, WR, Colts
19. Isaiah Crowell, RB, Browns
20. Lamar Miller, RB, Texans

Lamar Miller #26 of the Houston Texans rushes past Rashaan Melvin #30 of the Indianapolis Colts and Darryl Morris #35 in the fourth quarter at NRG Stadium on October 16, 2016 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

21. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots
22. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers
23. Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks
24. Amari Cooper, WR, Raiders
25. Todd Gurley, RB, Rams
26. Leonard Fournette, RB, Jaguars
27. Alshon Jeffery, WR, Eagles
28. Allen Robinson, WR, Jaguars
29. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots
30. Brandin Cooks, WR, Patriots

Brandin Cooks is the top receiver in New Orleans, but he'll have a tough time getting free from Patrick Peterson in Week One. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Brandin Cooks before being traded to the New England Patriots. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

31. Sammy Watkins, WR, Bills
32. Marshawn Lynch, RB, Raiders
33. Frank Gore, RB, Colts
34. Demaryius Thomas, WR, Broncos
35. Davante Adams, WR, Packers
36. Mike Gillislee, RB, Patriots
37. Jordan Reed, TE, Redskins
38. Terrelle Pryor, WR, Redskins
39. Michael Crabtree, WR, Raiders
40. Travis Kelce, TE, Chiefs
41. Christian McCaffrey, RB, Panthers
42. Andrew Luck, QB, Colts
43. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Texans
44. Joe Mixon, RB, Bengals
45. Golden Tate, WR, Lions
46. Spencer Ware, RB, Chiefs
47. Drew Brees, QB, Saints
48. Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots
49. Keenan Allen, WR, Chargers
50. Mark Ingram, RB, Saints

Mark Ingram #22 of the New Orleans Saints is tackled by Lavonte David #54 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on December 24, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

51. Jarvis Landry, WR, Dolphins
52. Greg Olsen, TE, Panthers
53. Ty Montgomery, RB, Packers
54. Tevin Coleman, RB, Falcons
55. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Lions
56. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons
57. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals
58. Donte Moncrief, WR, Colts
59. Carlos Hyde, RB, 49ers
60. Tyreek Hill, WR, Chiefs
61. Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks
62. Danny Woodhead, RB, Ravens
63. Adrian Peterson, RB, Saints
64. Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals
65. Jeremy Maclin, WR, Ravens
66. Martavis Bryant, WR, Steelers
67. C.J. Anderson, RB, Broncos
68. Matt Forte, RB, Jets
69. Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks
70. Bilal Powell, RB, Jets

Bilal Powell #29 of the New York Jets rushes for a 19-yard touchdown to beat the San Francisco 49ers 23-17 in overtime of their NFL game at Levi’s Stadium on December 11, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

71. Stefon Diggs, WR, Vikings
72. Doug Martin, RB, Buccaneers
73. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Vikings
74. Kirk Cousins, QB, Redskins
75. Dalvin Cook, RB, Vikings
76. Theo Riddick, RB, Lions
77. Paul Perkins, RB, Giants
78. Brandon Marshall, WR, Giants
79. Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys
80. Jamison Crowder, WR, Redskins
81. Terrance West, RB, Ravens
82. Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Broncos
83. C.J. Prosise, RB, Seahawks
84. Jameis Winston, QB, Buccaneers
85. Zach Ertz, TE, Eagles
86. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Panthers
87. Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers
88. Derek Carr, QB, Raiders
89. Latavius Murray, RB, Vikings
90. Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals
91. LeGarrette Blount, RB, Eagles
92. Eddie Lacy, RB, Seahawks
93. Pierre Garcon, WR, 49ers
94. Willie Snead, WR, Saints
95. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions
96. Kareem Hunt, RB, Chiefs
97. Giovani Bernard, RB, Bengals
98. DeSean Jackson, WR, Buccaneers
99. Eric Decker, WR, Titans
100. Jeremy Hill, RB, Bengals

Jeremy Hill #32 of the Cincinnati Bengals carries the ball during the fourth quarter of the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati defeated Baltimore 24-16. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)
Jeremy Hill #32 of the Cincinnati Bengals carries the ball during the fourth quarter of the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati defeated Baltimore 24-16. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)

101. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers
102. John Brown, WR, Cardinals
103. Devante Parker, WR, Dolphins
104. Duke Johnson, RB, Browns
105. Denver Broncos, DST
106. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers
107. Quincy Enunwa, WR, Jets
108. Derrick Henry, RB, Titans
109. Eric Ebron, TE, Lions
110. Seattle Seahawks, DST
111. Houston Texans, DST
112. Corey Coleman, WR, Browns
113. Randall Cobb, WR, Packers
114. Jordan Matthews, WR, Eagles
115. Arizona Cardinals, DST
116. Marcus Mariota, QB, Titans
117. Jack Doyle, TE, Colts
118. Cameron Meredith, WR, Bears
119. Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers
120. Adam Thielen, WR, Vikings
121. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers
122. Jamaal Charles, RB, Broncos
123. Tyrell Williams, WR, Chargers
124. New England Patriots, DST
125. Delanie Walker, TE, Titans
126. Alvin Kamara, RB, Saints

Alvin Kamara #6 carries the ball against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the second half at Vanderbilt Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt defeated Tennessee 45-34. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

127. Mike Wallace, WR, Ravens
128. Ted Ginn, WR, Saints
129. Robert Kelley, RB, Redskins
130. Kansas City Chiefs, DST
131. Samaje Perine, RB, Redskins
132. Kenny Stills, WR, Dolphins
133. Carolina Panthers, DST
134. Darren Sproles, RB, Eagles
135. Minnesota Vikings, DST
136. Marvin Jones, WR, Lions
137. Tyrod Taylor, QB, Bills
138. Blake Bortles, QB, Jaguars
139. Josh Doctson, WR, Redskins
140. Joe Williams, RB, 49ers
141. Martellus Bennett, TE, Packers
142. Kenny Britt, WR, Browns
143. Carson Palmer, QB, Cardinals
144. Kevin White, WR, Bears
145. Corey Davis, WR, Titans
146. New York Giants, DST
147. James White, RB, Patriots
148. Robert Woods, WR, Rams
149. Kenneth Dixon, RB, Ravens
150. Jamaal Williams, RB, Packers
151. Coby Fleener, TE, Saints
152. Will Fuller, WR, Texans

Will Fuller #15 of the Houston Texans runs with the ball in the third quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at NRG Stadium on September 18, 2016 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
Will Fuller #15 of the Houston Texans runs with the ball in the third quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at NRG Stadium on September 18, 2016 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

153. Marlon Mack, RB, Colts
154. Sterling Shepard, WR, Giants
155. Eli Manning, QB, Giants
156. T.J. Yeldon, RB, Jaguars
157. Ryan Tannehill, QB, Dolphins
158. Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys
159. Charles Clay, TE, Bills
160. Taylor Gabriel, WR, Falcons
161. Carson Wentz, QB, Eagles
162. Dion Lewis, RB, Patriots
163. Los Angeles Rams, DST
164. Antonio Gates, TE, Chargers
165. Rex Burkhead, RB, Patriots
166. Benjamin Watson, TE, Ravens
167. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Buccaneers
168. Jalen Richard, RB, Raiders
169. Devontae Booker, RB, Broncos
170. David Njoku, TE, Browns
171. Pittsburgh Steelers, DST
172. Darren McFadden, RB, Cowboys
173. Rishard Matthews, WR, Titans
174. Jesse James, TE, Steelers
175. Baltimore Ravens, DST
176. Austin Hooper, TE, Falcons
177. Chris Thompson, RB, Redskins
178. Justin Tucker, K, Ravens

Kicker Justin Tucker #9 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates after a first quarter field goal against the Philadelphia Eagles at M&T Bank Stadium on December 18, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

179. DeAndre Washington, RB, Raiders
180. Breshad Perriman, WR, Ravens
181. D’Onta Foreman, RB, Texans
182. Joe Flacco, QB, Ravens
183. Stephen Gostkowski, K, Patriots
184. Allen Hurns, WR, Jaguars
185. Marqise Lee, WR, Jaguars
186. Dan Bailey, K, Cowboys
187. Cole Beasley, WR, Cowboys
188. John Ross, WR, Bengals
189. Mohamed Sanu, WR, Falcons
190. Matt Bryant, K, Falcons
191. Adam Vinatieri, K, Colts
192. Charles Sims, RB, Buccaneers
193. Chris Conley, WR, Chiefs
194. C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Texans
195. Robert Turbin, RB, Colts
196. Cincinnati Bengals, DST
197. Jonathan Williams, RB, Bills
198. Tim Hightower, RB, 49ers
199. Sam Bradford, QB, Vikings
200. Mike Glennon, QB, Bears