Are you guys overdosed on mock drafts yet? - http://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2017/i...hay-three-round-head-head-2017-nfl-mock-draft The ground rules are simple: alternate picks; no trades; no deals that say "I won't take Player X if you don't take Player Y." It's just "This is whom I'd take" at every slot on the board for three full rounds. Got it? Here are the picks: Note: An asterisk denotes a compensatory selection. 1. Cleveland Browns Mel Kiper's pick: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M No-brainer. Garrett is the best prospect in this class, a superb pass-rusher and rare talent. 2. San Francisco 49ers Todd McShay's pick: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State Maybe a slight reach, but Lattimore is the best pure cover corner in this class and would fill a major need for San Francisco. 3. Chicago Bears Kiper's pick: Jamal Adams, S, LSU Chicago has its pick of Adams, Jonathan Allen or Solomon Thomas, and I have to go with the bigger need. That secondary was bad last season. 4. Jacksonville Jaguars McShay's pick: Jonathan Allen, DL, Alabama Stick with the tape on this guy. He's a dominant interior pass-rusher who has outstanding intangibles. 5. Tennessee Titans (from Rams) Kiper's pick: Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama I thought about receiver here, but Foster is too good to pass up, even with his off-field issues. Tennessee could win the AFC South in 2017 if its defense improves. 6. New York Jets McShay's pick: O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama The Jets had just 18 catches from their TE corps last season. Eighteen! Howard is the most complete tight end prospect we've seen in quite some time. 7. Los Angeles Chargers Kiper's pick: Solomon Thomas, DL, Stanford I'm running to the podium if I'm the Chargers and Thomas is still available. He and Joey Bosa would form a stellar pass-rushing duo. 8. Carolina Panthers McShay's pick: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU Fournette is the best running back in a loaded class and the perfect fit for Carolina's power-rushing offense. The Panthers need to not rely on QB Cam Newton so much in the run game. 9. Cincinnati Bengals Kiper's pick: Haason Reddick, LB, Temple Reddick, a former walk-on, could play any linebacker spot in a 4-3, but he's my top outside linebacker overall. With no offensive tackle rated this high, it was an easy pick. 10. Buffalo Bills McShay's pick: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson Yes, another Clemson receiver for Buffalo. Williams has the best ball skills of any receiver in this class. 11. New Orleans Saints Kiper's pick: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford I don't think McCaffrey is making it here on draft night, but he'd be a tremendous asset for Drew Brees. 12. Cleveland Browns (from Eagles) McShay's pick: Mitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina Trubisky's mobility and arm strength give him a lot of upside. I'd draft him here in a heartbeat, but would not even consider playing him from day one. He needs to sit and learn after starting just 13 college games. 13. Arizona Cardinals Kiper's pick: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan 14. Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings) McShay's pick: Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State The Eagles need to leave this draft with multiple cornerbacks after losing two starters in free agency. Conley has great ball skills and tested really well at the combine (4.44 seconds in the 40). 15. Indianapolis Colts Kiper's pick: Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan Todd said this was a reach, but I like Peppers. He'll help the Colts immediately. 16. Baltimore Ravens McShay's pick: Cam Robinson, OL, Alabama Peppers to Indy was a massive reach, Mel. But on to this pick: I like Robinson's fit better in Baltimore than Forrest Lamp's. Robinson has the ability to play guard or right tackle. 17. Washington Redskins Kiper's pick: Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State He could drop a little bit; he had surgery in January to repair sports hernias and a torn labrum in his hip. But he'd be a great center-fielder-type safety for the Redskins. 18. Tennessee Titans McShay's pick: David Njoku, TE, Miami (Fla.) This is all about getting more playmakers for Marcus Mariota. Love the idea of Tennessee utilizing more two-TE sets with Delanie Walker and Njoku, who's a freak athlete. 19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kiper's pick: Evan Engram, TE, Ole Miss The speedy pass-catcher is rising up draft boards. I have him rated above Njoku. 20. Denver Broncos McShay's pick: Garett Bolles, OT, Utah Highest-rated offensive tackle on my board. Huge need. Easy pick. 21. Detroit Lions Kiper's pick: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri The best 4-3 end on the board here is Harris, who had 16 sacks the past two seasons. I also thought about Dalvin Cook; the Lions are going to take a running back in the first two days. 22. Miami Dolphins McShay's pick: Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky Lamp plays with great toughness and is a phenomenal athlete for his size. 23. New York Giants Kiper's pick: Jarrad Davis, ILB, Florida Love the fit here. Davis is my No. 1 inside linebacker, a day one contributor with athleticism and A-plus intangibles. 24. Oakland Raiders McShay's pick: Kevin King, CB, Washington The Raiders have bigger needs, but King's combination of length (6-foot-3) and speed (4.43 40) were too hard for me to pass up. 25. Houston Texans Kiper's pick: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA One of the best defenses in the league gets better -- and gets J.J. Watt back. Watch out, quarterbacks. Now, if only Houston could get a QB of its own. I think it's a reach to take Deshaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes here. 26. Seattle Seahawks McShay's pick: Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State I have confidence that Pete Carroll and Seattle's defensive coaching staff could get the most out of McDowell, who's immensely talented but showed very inconsistent effort. 27. Kansas City Chiefs Kiper's pick: Zach Cunningham, ILB, Vanderbilt Todd's not as high on Cunningham, but I think he has the athleticism and instincts to take over for Derrick Johnson in the middle of the Chiefs' defense. 28. Dallas Cowboys McShay's pick: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee Let's follow up that head-scratcher from Mel with the steal of this draft so far. Barnett is an elite pass-rusher and a perfect fit for Dallas' 4-3 scheme. 29. Green Bay Packers Kiper's pick: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama Humphrey has moved up on my board -- he's now my No. 2 corner. Injuries in the secondary really hurt Green Bay's 2016 season. 30. Pittsburgh Steelers McShay's pick: John Ross, WR, Washington This is a best-player-on-the-board type of pick. Imagine Ross' 4.22 speed lined up opposite Antonio Brown in Pittsburgh. 31. Atlanta Falcons Kiper's pick: DeMarcus Walker, DE, Florida State This pick was either Walker or Taco Charlton, two big 4-3 ends who can hold up against the run. Atlanta needs that kind of guy on the other side of Vic Beasley Jr. 32. New Orleans Saints (from Patriots) McShay's pick: Adoree' Jackson, CB, USC Jackson's natural ball skills in coverage and his ability as a returner would instantly make the Saints better.