Shelton Gibson was drafted 166th overall by the Philadelphia Eagles. He joins what has quickly become one of the more crowded receiver groups in the NFL.
Jeremy McNichols was drafted 162nd overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is set to join an ascending offense.
Dede Westbrook was drafted 110th overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will compete with Allen Hurns to be the Jaguars outside wide receiver opposite Allen Robinson.
Brian Hill was drafted 156 overall by the Atlanta Falcons. His arrival adds depth to a Falcons offense that already features two highly-productive running backs. One of our favorite players pre-draft, Hill is likely to be buried on the depth chart during his first season.
Wayne Gallman was drafted 140th overall by the New York Giants. He joins a crowded backfield with Paul Perkins and Shane Vereen as his main competitors.
A pick after fellow tight end Gerald Everett became the latest member of the Los Angeles Rams, the Chicago Bears used the 45th overall selection to pick Adam Shaheen. Out of tiny Ashland, he becomes the highest drafted player in school history.
Josh Malone was drafted 128th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. He should be excellent depth for a team whose skill players are now among the best in the league.
James Conner was drafted 105th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers, joining one of the most productive fantasy offenses in the league.
Samaje Perine was drafted 114th overall by the Washington Redskins. He instantly becomes the team’s likely Week 1 starter.
With the 44th overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Rams selected former South Alabama tight end Gerald Everett in an attempt to give last year’s first overall pick Jared Goff more offensive weapons.