Four days.

Four draft days are what can be the difference between turning an NFL Team around and watching your team turn around and around in the toilet bowl of NFL bottom feeders. This year, the NFL draft is being held in Philadelphia and the first round looks to be more interesting than ever. With plenty of draft shakeups this offseason, and likely plenty more to come while teams are on the clock, many of our writers held a mock draft, divided up the teams and made selections.

And with the first pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select…

Myles Garrett (DE, Texas A&M) – “Garrett was an absolute monster in the SEC over the last couple seasons, totaling 33 tackles and 8.5 sacks in 2016-17, and he should be selected No. 1 overall. According to multiple reports, Cleveland is deciding between Garrett and QB Mitchell Trubisky. Although the former North Carolina signal caller has extreme potential, Garrett is the pick here.” – Charles Post, Spark Sports Contributor

With the second pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers select…

Solomon Thomas (DL, Stanford) – “Although the 49ers’ GM, John Lynch, has previously stated that he’s open to trading the pick away, it’s hard to see any reason why San Francisco would go with anyone but Solomon Thomas. As a whole, the 49ers’ defense was amongst one of the worst in the league. However, Thomas can immediately step into their 4-3 scheme and defend both the run and pass very effectively.” – Irving Meija, Spark Sports Contributor

With the third pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select…

Deshaun Watson (QB, Clemson) – “Mike Glennon is not the long-term solution at the QB position. The Bears will most likely not be in a position to grab a top QB next year, so GM Ryan Pace should take this chance. Watson is a tremendous athlete who has the production to back up his lofty draft status. I bet Pace pulls the trigger on Watson draft day.” – Ted Van Green, Spark Sports Contributor

With the fourth pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select…

Leonard Fournette (RB, LSU) – “You have to think that Jacksonville will be in the market for Fournette. With Doug Marrone being the new head coach there, it makes sense. Marrone is a smash mouth type of offensive guy. The Jags could use help on defense, but they did add Campbell and Bouye in free agency and they also have young studs on defense like Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack. Fournette makes sense for a team ran by Marrone and Coughlin.” – Ethan Carter, Spark Sports Contributor

With the fifth pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select…

Malik Hooker (FS, Ohio State) – “Hooker, a free safety from Ohio State, was a takeaway machine last season for the Buckeyes. He makes sense for this Titans team due to his ability on defense. If he can get some timely takeaways in this system, gets the ball right back to their dynamic offense led by Mariota. The Titans could use a corner, but this move makes sense due to the lack of corner depth in this draft.” – Ethan Carter

With the sixth pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select…

Mitchell Trubisky (QB, UNC) – “With questions about Christian Hackenberg’s development, the Jets take the second QB in the draft. Trubisky is an accurate quarterback, that will take some time to develop. In a strong one year of starting Trubisky jumped up draft boards throughout the entire year. The Jets need a quarterback and I do not think they wait until Day 2 to get their QB of the future.” – Dylan Nuzzo, NFL/MLB Contributor 

With the seventh pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers select…

Jamal Adams (S, LSU) – “He makes plays everywhere on the field. The Chargers could use an OL, but I don’t think they should reach for one at 7. Their defense could use a playmaking secondary, and Adams is one of the best players in this draft class. He would be an instant contributor in the LA Chargers defense.” – Ted Van Green

With the eighth pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers select…

Christian McCaffrey (RB, Stanford) – “A versatile running back who can catch passes out the backfield, McCaffrey can provide a much-needed passing option for Cam Newton on a Panthers team that averaged in the bottom half of the league in passing yards. Also, Jonathan Stewart turned 30 this year, so McCaffrey looks to become the back of the future for Carolina.” – Shawn Valdrighi, Spark Sports Editor