National Football League mock draft: Myles Garrett to the Cleveland Browns at No. 1

National Football League mock draft: Myles Garrett to the Cleveland Browns at No. 1

Garrett is considered the prohibitive favorite to be drafted No. 1 overall by the Browns.

"I thought it was impressive", Lynch said. So, I have to build a new personal record, not just set a record for everybody else. It was impressive. Look, it's well-documented, I'm not saying anything ground-breaking, he's a special athlete. he is a very good kid. He chose to run it again Thursday at Texas A&M's pro day - and wowed everyone again, turning in an unofficial clocking of 4.61 seconds. "That's why people are talking about him in the way they are". The Aggies have several players likely to be drafted, but pass rusher Myles Garrett was the big name on display.

Chris Pokorny of Dawgs by Nature gets us started this year with the first overall pick belonging to the Cleveland Browns.

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Whether or not the Saints will draft another receiver in 2017 as the "Brandin Cooks replacement" is yet to be seen but the Saints already have one superstar at the position. The defensive end was a unanimous All-American in 2016, a first-team All American in 2015, while also winning the Bill Willis award, given to the best defensive lineman in college football.

Garrett, who totaled 31 sacks in his three seasons at Texas A&M, is a coveted player ahead of next month's draft.