The 2017 NFL Draft is in the books.
The first day of the draft was on Sunday.
Here are some things we know:1.
The Browns will select Ohio State defensive tackle Myles Garrett No. 4 overall in the first round.
They will take Texas defensive tackle Adolphus Washington No. 2 overall.
They’ll take Alabama linebacker Myles Jack, Georgia linebacker Jalen Ramsey and Georgia linebacker Terence Garvin.
They won’t draft Alabama quarterback Dak Prescott, but they will draft Alabama defensive tackle Jake Matthews III.2.
Alabama quarterback Blake Bortles will be the first quarterback selected in the draft since 2008 when he was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round.3.
The Cowboys will select Michigan linebacker Ezekiel Elliott No. 6 overall in this year’s draft.
He will be selected by Tennessee at No. 7.
He’ll be selected first overall by Tennessee.4.
Clemson cornerback Jelani Jenkins will be a first-round pick.5.
Ohio State linebacker Myle Garrett will be taken No. 1 overall by the Browns.6.
Tennessee defensive end Myles Jackson will be picked No. 5 overall by Pittsburgh.7.
Alabama running back Dalvin Cook will be drafted by Cleveland.8.
LSU running back Leonard Fournette will be chosen No. 16 overall by Detroit.9.
Michigan tight end Ben Watson will be ranked No. 23 overall by Philadelphia.10.
Tennessee wide receiver Kevin White will be considered by the Titans to be the No. 3 wide receiver.11.
Arizona safety JuJu Smith-Schuster will be placed on the reserve/injured list with a knee injury.12.
Georgia linebacker Mylke Kizer will be promoted to the active roster.13.
Michigan cornerback Jabrill Peppers will be released by the Wolverines.14.
Arizona quarterback Taylor Martinez will be moved to the practice squad.15.
USC running back Ryan Williams will be transferred to the NFL’s practice squad, which will be announced later this week.16.
LSU quarterback Deshaun Watson will not be on the 53-man roster.17.
Alabama wide receiver Jaelen Strong will not play.18.
Georgia running back Jalen Williams will not return to the team.19.
Auburn wide receiver Jalen Hurd will be activated from the practice and game injured list.20.
Notre Dame running back Kenyan Drake will not participate in OTAs and minicamp.21.
Tennessee linebacker Malik Jefferson will not travel to New Orleans.22.
Tennessee safety Malik Hooker will not attend practices and meetings.23.
Alabama defensive end Malik Hooks will not report to the facility for physical.24.
Georgia defensive end K.J. Watt will not practice.25.
Oregon safety Marcus Hardison will not visit.26.
Tennessee running back Devonta Freeman will not have a physical.27.
Alabama linebacker Jalston Fowler will not wear a jersey number on the team jersey.28.
Michigan quarterback Connor Cook will not meet with the media.29.
LSU wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins will not accompany his teammates to the Senior Bowl.30.
Notre State linebacker Deon Cain will not appear in any official photos or video of his football activities.31.
Ohio Ohio State quarterback Josh Allen will not speak with the press.32.
Ohio’s Jake Browning will not take a photo with his father, John Browning, while the two are on the field together.33.
Auburn safety Jamal Adams will not leave the team facility.34.
Clemson defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will not go to the hospital after suffering a concussion on a helmet-to-helmet hit.35.
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield will not sit out OTAs because of an illness.36.
Alabama offensive lineman Kevin Dodd will not miss a practice.37.
Michigan wide receiver Rakeem Cato will not do so in the spring.38.
Oregon running back Samaje Perine will not make the trip to New York.39.
Notrelandia wide receiver Devin Funchess will not compete at the Senior Night festivities in Indianapolis.40.
USC wide receiver Marlon Mack will not fly with his teammates because of a health issue.41.
Auburn quarterback De’Andre Hopkins, who was suspended for the final four games of the season, will not test positive for any substances during the NFL Combine.42.
USC cornerback Jabril Peppers has been suspended indefinitely for the first two games of training camp and the regular season.43.
Clemson linebacker Deontay Burnett will not undergo a physical in the off-season.44.
Alabama cornerback Jabriel Orr will not require surgery for a hip injury.45.
Auburn defensive tackle Malik McDowell will not need surgery for an ankle injury.46.
Michigan defensive tackle Taylor Decker will not suffer a concussion during the season.47.
LSU safety Malik Jefferson and Michigan linebacker Deandre Carter will not continue to play in the team’s spring game.48.
Oklahoma cornerback Kevin Johnson will not use a helmet to protect against