The 2017 NFL Draft is coming at us quickly. The yearly extravaganza will take place in Philadelphia from Thursday, April 27 to Saturday, April 29 this year.
Over the span of three days, a whole host of former college football stars will find new homes where they will hopefully impress during the offseason and make a living playing on Sundays.
Kareem Hunt of Toledo may end up going to a team to compete for a starting job, but the Rockets' chain mover will at the very least be an outstanding part of a two-headed backfield. Hunt rushed for almost 1,500 yards and scored 10 touchdowns as a senior and while he lacks top end speed he has great hands and always seems to pick up yards after contact.