The whole world thinks the Browns will take Myles Garrett
Texas A&M pass rusher Myles Garrett isn’t just the favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL draft, it’s a complete consensus. In over 60 mock drafts surveyed by SB Nation, not one believes the Cleveland Browns would spend the first pick on any other player. But 30 days before draft day, Browns head coach Hue Jackson isn’t Cheap Custom Jerseys ready to commit to Garrett.
Well I think it’s still a little early, Jackson said Tuesday at the NFL’s annual league meeting. [Garrett] is a tremendous player, but I think there are also some guys that are really good. And again, the draft is what? The 27th? I think it’s still too soon to anoint guys right this second, but he’ll definitely be in the discussion, there’s no question about that.
Garrett, 21, racked up 31 sacks and 47 tackles for loss in three seasons with the Aggies, earning All-American honors in 2017 and 2017. He kept his chokehold on the top spot at the NFL Combine, where he dominated with a 41-inch vertical jump and 4.64-second 40-yard dash at 6’5, 272 pounds.
It was a display of the kind of rare traits of a player who could go first overall, and that NFL Jerseys Nike leaves few, if any, who are also in consideration.
Everybody is not the No. 1 pick. There’s only maybe one, or two, or three guys who can actually be that, Jackson said. When you draft a guy as the No. 1 pick in the National Football League, you want him to be a very dominant player. You want him to be a cornerstone player, you want him to be a generational player. So that’s got to be the focus as we move forward.