Taking a look at the full 2017 NFL Draft order for all seven rounds and all 253 selections.
Following Super Bowl 51, the majority of the 2017 NFL Draft order was already set. However, the full order was set after compensatory selections were awarded by the league. Now all 253 picks are set, save for the coin flip that determines the order between the Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings. Other than that, we know the 2017 NFL Draft order through all seven rounds.
Obviously the Cleveland Browns will be picking first overall, but they also have far more draft capital to work with than any other team. They boast an insane 11 selections to work with. The real question is what they do with them, though. You don’t go 1-15 in a season without a roster full of holes, so it stands to reason that they can use all the help that they can get.
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What’s more, there are plenty of dominoes left to fall on the trade market between now and the 2017 NFL Draft, which will take place in Philadelphia, PA from April 27-29. But for now, we can look at the 2017 NFL Draft order and see where things stand.
Here’s a look at the full 2017 NFL Draft order, from pick No. 1 all the way through No. 253 and all seven rounds (Notes: After Round 1, the selection in that round is in parentheses after the team. Also, compensatory picks are noted with italics.):
Obviously there are going to be trades that will shake up the 2017 NFL Draft order. However, this is where things stand to begin with and what teams have to work with to make those trades. April 27 can’t get here soon enough.