This is not a prediction of who will be taken in the first round. If I was predicting, I'd have Mahomes on my list. I think he'll be taken in the first. But he's not a 1st round talent for me. Conley was on my list right up until about noon today. These are my top-32 players, for what little it's worth.
1. Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
Note: Easiest pick of the list!
2. Jamaal Adams SS LSU
Note: Top-5 tape, but not top-5 athlete
3. Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
Note: Football infant, just starting to play the game. High ceiling
4. Jonathan Allen DT Alabama
Note: See Jamaal Adams; Great tape, but did not test like a premium athlete
5. Leonard Fournette RB LSU
Note: Runaway freight train. Main worry is health; often gets nicked up.
6. Marshawn Lattimore CB Ohio State
Note: Raw, still learning. Great physical tools and skills at a premium position. High ceiling
7. Ruben Foster ILB Alabama
Note: Character red flags galore, but he's all over the field impacting every game
8. Malik Hooker FS Ohio St.
Note: Another one-year wonder; but plays center field and finds the football like Ed Reed
9. Corey Davis WR West Michigan
Note: High ankle sprain has sidelined Davis during scouting season. But those that I read/hear prefer Davis to Williams
10. OJ Howard TE Alabama
Note: Under-utilized in college, but great physical tools
11. Derek Barnett DE/OLB Tennessee
Note: Three years of high level play in the SEC speaks for itself
12. Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
Note: If used properly, then he's a match-up nightmare. If not, could be disappointment. Top flight WR skills plus return skills complete the package
13. DeSean Watson QB Clemson
Note: Winner. Leader. Competitor. Needs a year (or more) of NFL polishing, but so do all QB's in this class.
14. Haason Reddick LB Temple
Note: Has anyone come farther, faster? Can play outside or inside? What do want/need?
15. Forrest Lamp G Western Kentucky
Note: 4-year starter, mostly at LT with short arms. Will kick inside much like ND's Zack Martin. Not often a guard is top OL in a class.
16. Charles Harris OLB/DE Missouri
Note: Said to be a top-20 player on a number of boards including Chris Ballard.
17. Mike Williams WR Clemson
Note: Not a good rout runner, but great when the ball is in the air. Great size.
18. David Njoku TE Miami
Note: A late bloomer with surprising NFL skill set. More split TE than in-line blocker
19. Takk McKinley OLB UCLA
Note: Raw, but great attitude and tools. Often compared to someone named...... Mathis
20. Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconson
Note: One year at Wisconsin playing at lower division school. But did well for Wisconsin who know how to turn out OL's
21. TreDavius White CB LSU
Note: Another multi-year starter from LSU Highly competitive press corner
22. Jarrod Davis ILB/OLB Florida
Note: Can play inside and out, though most seem to see a man in the middle
23. Mitch Trubisky QB N. Carolina
Note: Might be the best QB out of this class, but I just can't get past only 13 starts when NFL teams really want twice that
24. Dalvin Cook RB Florida St.
Note: Character red flags off the field, fumbling and injuries on the field are keeping a once-top-10 talent much lower
25. Cam Robinson OT Alabama
Note: Likely no more than average Left Tackle, but might be a very good Right Tackle
26. Marlon Humphreys CB Alabama
Note: The latest corner out of the Tide factory. Great physical skills, but very poor skills when the ball is in the air.
27. Taco Charlton DE/OLB/DT Michigan
Note: One year of good production and did not test as well as expected gives some concern
28. John Ross WR Washington
Note: 4.22 is his calling card. But two surgeries and a small frame worry scouts
29. Kevin King CB Washington
Note: 6'3" frame and 32" arms and tested much better than expected. Has forced scouts to reconsider what King can be
30. Garrett Bolles OT Utah
Note: Smallish Zone Left Tackle with good feet, but he's also 25 as a rookie.
31. Quincy Wilson CB Florida
Note: Zone or off-ball corner with great size
32. Julius Peppers SS Michigan
Note: His diluted test not with standing, he's great great talent and is considered a leader on the field. With NFL coaching should settle into Safety plus returns skills.
lady that made the video was looking for chargers fans who were looking for a new team, and she talked to my friend who knew my story...was interviewed yesterday on one of the local sports talk stations too.