The 2017 NFL Combine is complete. All 32 teams had a chance to watch more than 300 prospects perform in as many as seven workouts, including the 40-yard dash, vertical jump and bench press.
Every year dozens of players are helped by their performance while others hurt their stock. It's the second-to-last chance to show scouts what they're made of, with pro days up next for many of the top prospects.
Considering the results of the combine, here's another look at how Round 1 could go in April's 2017 NFL Draft.
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1. Cleveland Browns
Myles Garrett, DE
This pick doesn't change from Mock Draft 3.1 after Garrett ran a 4.64 and posted 33 bench press reps, a 41-inch vertical — fifth-best at all positions — and finished in the upper-tier in every other category.
Garrett seems to be a plug-and-play option at defensive end with the best combination of performance, measurables and upside of any player in the class.
Mock 3.0: Leonard Fournette, RB — LSU
2. San Francisco 49ers
Mitch Trubisky, QB
Trubisky did nothing at the combine that suggests his stock may drop, running a 4.67 40-yard dash and a 6.87 3-Cone Drill, No. 2 behind Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs (6.75).
Trubisky is generally considered the most NFL-ready quarterback in the draft and gives new head coach Kyke Shanahan a fresh project at the position.
Mock 3.0: Garrett
3. Chicago Bears
Marshon Lattimore, CB
Lattimore ran a 4.36 40-yard dash at the combine, No. 3 among corners, finished No. 3 with a 38.5-inch vertical and No. 2 with a broad jump of 132 inches.
He was already the top corner in the class and if anything improved his stock in Indianapolis.
Mock 3.0: Jabrill Peppers, S — Michigan
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
DeShaun Watson, QB
Watson ran a 4.66 40-yard dash, posted a 32.5-inch vertical and finished in the top 5 in all but one category among quarterbacks. Accuracy is a potential concern as is his ability to make full reads since the Clemson offense was simplified. Watson's mechanics and decision-making also need improvement, but he's a leader, plays big in big situations and grades out well physically.
Watson may need time to work through some of the above issues, allowing the Jaguars to get one final look at Blake Bortles, whose contract is up after the season if Jacksonville chooses to pass on his fifth-year option.
Mock 3.0: Jamal Adams, S — LSU
5. Tennessee Titans (via L.A. Rams)
Jamal Adams, S
Adams ran a 4.56 and measured at 6-feet and 214 pounds at the combine. He posted a 31.5-inch vertical and … well, not a whole lot else matters.
Adams is the best safety in the class and makes an immediate impact on whichever team drafts him. The Titans could look for an impact DL here, but Adams is the best player on the board.
Mock 3.0: Jonathan Allen, DL — Alabama
6. New York Jets
Solomon Thomas, DT
The Jets could go QB here if they like DeShone Kizer enough — who the heck else is going to play QB for the Jets next year? Christian Hackenburg? Really? — and he tested fine in Indianapolis over the weekend.
Thomas ran a 4.69 40-yard dash, posted 30 reps in the bench press and a 35-inch vertical. He finished in the Top 5 in every category among defensive linemen except for the 60-yard shuttle, which was dominated by ends. Thomas is a 273-pound combo lineman capable of moving inside.
Mock 3.0: Lattimore
7. Los Angeles Chargers
Jonathan Allen, DE
Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams is a great fit here, too, but the combine didn't help him since he didn't run. If Williams lands in the mid-4.5s at his pro day, he'll be a Top-10 pick.
Allen is the best player available here, however.
Mock 3.0: Williams
8. Carolina Panthers
Marlon Humphrey, CB
Humphrey tested well in Indianapolis, running a 4.41 40-yard dash to go with his reputation as the most physical corner in the class. The knock on him — technique in press coverage that leads to problem with the deep ball — could be tough to overcome but he brings a lot to the table — including recovery speed — and is productive in run support.
The Panthers could consider RB Leonard Fournette here, but adding a corner in a corner-deep class may be the best move for a team not far from contention.
Mock 3.0: Humphrey
9. Cincinnati Bengals
Reuben Foster, ILB
Foster was sent home from the combine after a spat with a medical consultant before he was able to work out at all. That doesn't deter Cincinnati here, who adds a player with which they are familiar — a freaky-athletic linebacker who plays with an edge.
The Bengals could also go pass rusher here with Taco Charlton or perhaps consider safety Malik Hooker.
Mock 3.0: Charlton
10. Buffalo Bills
Mike Williams, WR
The Bills need a QB before any receiver brings any No. 10-type value to their roster and they could use more OL help, too. But Williams is too good to pass up and the Bills should simply consider Sammy Watkins a sunk cost rather than being gun shy about receivers or even receivers from Clemson.
Buffalo could take a leap and go with Kizer here and try to grab a Curtis Samuel or JuJu Smith-Schuster in Round 2.
Mock 3.0: John Ross, WR — Washington
11. New Orleans Saints
Malik Hooker, S
Hooker is the top free safety in the class, offering big-time range and coverage ability. He didn't perform in Indianapolis due to labrum surgery, so teams will have to off his game tape, which is limited since he started just one season at OSU.
Ohio State's Gareon Conley, Washington's Sidney Jones, Charlton or the best linebacker available also make sense here — the Saints need help on defense.
Mock 3.0: Zach Cunningham, ILB — Vanderbilt
12. Cleveland Browns (via Philadelphia)
Leonard Fournette, RB
There's a great chance Fournette is gone by the time the Browns come up a second time, with the Jets, Panthers and Bengals all appearing like a fit to some degree.
The Browns could prefer a playmaker at safety or linebacker here, such as Peppers, Cunningham or Tim Williams, but Forunette ran a 4.51 40-yard dash at the combine, erasing any doubt he can effectively carry his own weight of 240 pounds.
Mock 3.0: Jarrad Davis, ILB — Florida
13. Arizona Cardinals
Cam Robinson, OT
Robinson fills a need for Arizona, whose line imploded a year ago and had problems keeping the aging Carson Palmer upright.
The Cardinals could go in a lot of directions here including cornerback and wide receiver, with John Ross, Sidney Jones, Gareon Conley and Corey Davis all available.
Mock 3.0: Foster
14. Philadelphia Eagles (via Minnesota)
Corey Davis, WR
This mock has gone Philly's way. Davis offers Carson Wentz a big-time go-to receiver and the Eagles a more complete offense. Philly has been a rumored landing spot for free agent DeSean Jackson, too, which should not impact the club's efforts here.
Ross is also a possibility.
Mock 3.0: Davis
15. Indianapolis Colts
Jabrill Peppers, S
The Colts need OL help as much as anything, but the value here suggests Peppers, who ran a 4.41 40-yard dash at the combine. The right defensive coach will find ways to use Peppers' vast abilities in a Swiss-Army-Knife fashion.
The Colts should see if Ted Monachino can do just that.
Mock 3.0: Robinson
16. Baltimore Ravens
Taco Charlton, DE
UCLA's Takk McKinley also could be a fit here as a speed rusher but Chartlon is more physical and ready to step in and play all three downs.
Charlton ran a very DL-like 4.92 40-yard dash, but pressed 35 reps on the bench and showed athleticism and length with a 33-inch vertical.
Mock 3.0: Tim Williams, OLB — Alabama
17. Washington Redskins
Forrest Lamp, OG/C
Ross makes a lot of sense here, too, essentially replacing his workout partner, free agent DeSean Jackson. Cornerback and pass rush also make sense here, but Lamp is a versatile interior lineman that solidifies Washington's line for Kirk Cousins and whatever the team's running back group looks like in 2017.
Mock 3.0: Hooker
18. Tennessee Titans
Sidney Jones, CB
Jones tested well in the speed and agility workouts in Indianapolis and has experience in multiple coverage schemes, showing the ability to stick to quick receivers and play physical with bigger targets.
The Titans added safety Adams at No. 5 in this mock, suggesting a potential fell-swoop first-round, fixing the secondary on Day 1.
Wide receiver also is a possibility here, particularly is Ross is available, but the Titans reportedly are in talks with the Saints for wide receiver Brandin Cooks.
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Mock 3.0: Jones
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
John Ross, WR
Ross is a perfect complement to Mike Evans with 4.22 speed and the ability to make defenders miss — he's a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball, including on kick returns.
The Bucs could go running back (McCaffrey, Cook) or pass rusher here, too.
Mock 3.0: Charles Harris, DE — Missouri
20. Denver Broncos
Ryan Ramczyk, OT
Denver released tackle Russell Okung, making OL the club's No. 1 need heading into free agency and the draft. Ramczyk may ultimately be the best tackle in the class if he fights through hip surgery and doesn't miss significant developmental time over the summer.
Mock 3.0: Malike McDowell, DE (3-4) — Michigan State
21. Detroit Lions
Takk McKinley, OLB
Detroit could also go secondary here with several worthy corners available in this scenario. McKinley offers edge-rush help, however, one of the Lions' top needs entering the start of the 2017 season.
Mock 3.0: Christian McCaffrey, RB — Stanford
22. Miami Dolphins
Garett Bolles, OT
Bolles didn't bench press over the weekend but tested well enough in all other areas and may have had the quote of the day Saturday: "I want to put people in the dirt."
Mock 3.0: Barnett
23. New York Giants
Alvin Kamara, RB
The Giants could go defense here, particularly at tackle and linebacker, but Kamara could be the answer at running back the club has been seeking since their thunder and lightning combo of Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs. Bradshaw was the last Giants back to surpass 900 yards when he ended the year at 1,015 in 2012.
Mock 3.0: Caleb Brantley, DT — Florida
24. Oakland Raiders
T.J. Watt, OLB
Watt's upside as a pass rusher separate him from Haason Reddick for the Raiders, who finished dead last in the NFL in sacks and sack percentage, despite featuring Kahlil Mack every Sunday.
Mock 3.0: Gareon Conley, CB — Ohio State
25. Houston Texans
Haason Reddick, OLB
While QB is the Texans biggest problem it seems Round 2 may be better range for them to take a shot at their future — Pat Mahomes? — and instead may lok to bolster the offensive line or ad another defensive weapon such as Reddick.
Outside linebacker makes sense here, too.
Mock 3.0: Dan Feeney, OG/C — Indiana
26. Seattle Seahawks
Gareon Conley, CB
The Seahawks' biggest need is tackle, both left and right, but since we're looking for first alternatives, corner makes sense at No. 26.
Deshawn Shead is a free agent and will miss a good portion of 2017 (torn ACL). Seattle will have to do something at corner before the season.
Conley is 6 feet and 195 pounds, which isn't quite as tall as is typical of the Seahawks' corners — the club tends to prefer taller; Richard Sherman is 6-foot-3, Bryon Maxwell 6-foot-1, Brandon Browner 6-foot-4 and Shead is 6-foot-2.
Conley, however, is big enough at 195 pounds and may be the best player on the board as well a the best corner at No. 26.
Mock 3.0: Garrett Bolles, OT — Utah
27. Kansas City Chiefs
Dalvin Cook, RB
Cook offers a more dynamic skillset than any of the current Chiefs running backs, especially with the release of Jamaal Charles last month.
The Chiefs could grab the best corner available here, too.
Mock 3.0: Kizer
28. Dallas Cowboys
Quincy Wilson, CB
Wilson is 211 pounds, physical and may be as skilled as any defensive back in the class. He ran a 4.54 at the combine and while he'd be a more prototypical fit for Seattle at 26, fits well in cornerback-starved Dallas, too.
Mock 3.0: Desmond King, CB — Iowa
29. Green Bay Packers
Zach Cunningham, LB
The Packers could use a pass rusher or corner here, too, but Cunningham is the best player available, offering inside-outside versatility and a backup plan to one of Green Bay's biggest free agents, Nick Perry.
FSU's DeMarcus Walker also fits here, as does McKinley, Derek Barnett or Williams.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
O.J. Howard, TE
Charles Harris would help replenish the aging middle of the Steelers defense, offering pass rush skills and bit of experience with 3-4 concepts out of Missouri's 4-3 base defense. Howard, however, offers Big Ben another big-time weapon to complement Antonio Brown and Le'veon Bell.
A corner or safety makes sense here, too.
Mock 3.0: Howard
31. Atlanta Falcons
David NJoku, TE
The Falcons could consider OG Dan Feeney or one of the tight ends here such as Miami's David Njoku, and it may not be out of the question for Dan Quinn to add another corner..
Mock 3.0: Tabor
32. New England Patriots
Christian McCaffrey, RB
The Patriots could draft a player at any one of the position groups outside the kicking game and QB and it wouldn't be surprise. Some wouldn't be shocked if they tapped a QB here (Kizer), but considering the talent they'd be leaving on the table, that's a tough one to buy.
McCaffrey is the kind of offensive weapon with which Josh McDaniels can have a field day, every day. Good speed, elite elusiveness and agility and he can catch the ball as well as many wide receivers.
Yes, this is a nightmare scenario for the rest of the league.
Mock 3.0: Cook