2017 NFL Draft Results - AFC North

  • These are the results from running the actual 2017 NFL Draft through the First-Pick.com draft game.
  • The breakdown is divided into four parts: Selection, Player Value, Future Picks, and Overall score/grade.
  • Selection grade is based on how well the team did given its draft picks. Each team has equal chance to score well.
  • Player Value grade is based on the quality of players the teams accumulated through the draft. A team with more picks will have a great chance of accumulating more value.
  • Future Pick grade is based on how well each team did in obtaining picks in future NFL drafts.
  • Overall score/grade is a combination of the scores for an overall assessment.
  • Grades were normalized for each section such that the highest grade a team could achieve is an A+ and the lowest is a D-. As a result a team's three individual grades will NOT directly correate to the letter grade for their overall score. For example, there are 4 overall A+'s, but only one individual A+ per category other than overall. This means that the difference between these teams and the others only increased when you tallied all of the scores.
  • Team Overall Rank Overall Score Overall Grade Selecting Rank Selecting Grade Player Value Rank Player Value Grade Future Pick Rank Future Pick Grade
    Cleveland Browns 1 7391 A+ 2 A+ 1 A+ 2 A+
    Cincinnati Bengals 7 5103 B+ 11 B 2 A+ - -
    Baltimore Ravens 13 4657 B 13 B- 14 B- - -
    Pittsburgh Steelers 30 3348 D+ 30 D 26 C- - -

    Individual Picks

    RoundRd Pick #Overall Pick #Team Player, Position, CollegeGradeComment
    1 1 1 Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett, DE/OLB, Texas A&M A+  
    1 25 25 Cleveland Browns Jabrill Peppers, SS/FS, Michigan A+  
    1 29 29 Cleveland Browns David Njoku, TE, Miami (Fla.) A  
    2 20 52 Cleveland Browns DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame A  
    3 1 65 Cleveland Browns Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Charlotte A  
    4 19 126 Cleveland Browns Howard Wilson, CB, Houston B+  
    5 16 160 Cleveland Browns Roderick Johnson, OT, Florida State A+ Highest Pick Score in the Round
    6 1 185 Cleveland Browns Caleb Brantley, DT, Florida A+ Highest Pick Score in the Round
    7 6 224 Cleveland Browns Zane Gonzalez, K, Arizona State A+  
    7 34 252 Cleveland Browns Matthew Dayes, RB, NC State A+  
    1 9 9 Cincinnati Bengals John Ross, WR, Washington A-  
    2 16 48 Cincinnati Bengals Joe Mixon, RB, Oklahoma B-  
    3 9 73 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Willis, DE, Kansas State A  
    4 9 116 Cincinnati Bengals Carl Lawson, DE/OLB, Auburn A+  
    4 21 128 Cincinnati Bengals Josh Malone, WR, Tennessee A  
    4 31 138 Cincinnati Bengals Ryan Glasgow, DT, Michigan A-  
    5 9 153 Cincinnati Bengals Jake Elliott, K, Memphis D+  
    5 32 176 Cincinnati Bengals J.J. Dielman, OT, Utah A+  
    6 9 193 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Evans, OLB, Oklahoma A  
    6 23 207 Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Wilson, CB, Houston A  
    7 33 251 Cincinnati Bengals Mason Schreck, TE, Buffalo D  
    1 16 16 Baltimore Ravens Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama C+  
    2 15 47 Baltimore Ravens Tyus Bowser, OLB, Houston A  
    3 10 74 Baltimore Ravens Chris Wormley, DT, Michigan A  
    3 14 78 Baltimore Ravens Tim Williams, OLB/DE, Alabama A+  
    4 15 122 Baltimore Ravens Nico Siragusa, OG, San Diego State A  
    5 15 159 Baltimore Ravens Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, Texas A&M B+  
    6 2 186 Baltimore Ravens Chuck Clark, FS, Virginia Tech D  
    1 30 30 Pittsburgh Steelers T.J. Watt, OLB/DE, Wisconsin B-  
    2 30 62 Pittsburgh Steelers JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Southern California C+  
    3 30 94 Pittsburgh Steelers Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee A  
    3 41 105 Pittsburgh Steelers James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh C-  
    4 28 135 Pittsburgh Steelers Joshua Dobbs, QB, Tennessee D+  
    5 29 173 Pittsburgh Steelers Brian Allen, CB, Utah A  
    6 29 213 Pittsburgh Steelers Colin Holba, LS, Louisville D-  
    7 30 248 Pittsburgh Steelers Keion Adams, DE, Western Michigan B+