Full 2017 NFL draft results by college: Picks updated live Friday night

Every pick of the 2017 NFL draft so far, along with college and conference counts.

The first pick, Cleveland’s Myles Garrett, gave the Aggies their first-ever appearance on the all-time No. 1 pick rankings. Bama had the most first-rounders (four), per semi-usual. On the conference level, the SEC’s now had the most first-rounders 11 years in a row.

Here’s every pick in the 2017 NFL draft so far, along with the updated counts by college and conference.

  1. Browns: Myles Garrett, Texas A&M DE, SEC
  2. Bears: Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina QB, ACC
  3. 49ers: Solomon Thomas, Stanford DE, Pac-12
  4. Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, LSU RB, SEC (2)
  5. Titans: Corey Davis, Western Michigan WR, MAC
  6. Jets: Jamal Adams, LSU (2) S, SEC (3)
  7. Chargers: Mike Williams, Clemson WR, ACC (2)
  8. Panthers: Christian McCaffrey, Stanford (2) RB, Pac-12 (2)
  9. Bengals: John Ross, Washington WR, Pac-12 (3)
  10. Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech QB, Big 12
  11. Saints: Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State CB, Big Ten
  12. Texans: Deshaun Watson, Clemson (2) QB, ACC (3)
  13. Cardinals: Haason Reddick, Temple LB, AAC
  14. Eagles: Derek Barnett, Tennessee DE, SEC (4)
  15. Colts: Malik Hooker, Ohio State (2) S, Big Ten (2)
  16. Ravens: Marlon Humphrey, Alabama CB, SEC (5)
  17. Washington: Jonathan Allen, Alabama (2) DT, SEC (6)
  18. Titans: Adoree’ Jackson, USC CB, Pac-12 (4)
  19. Buccaneers: O.J. Howard, Alabama (3) TE, SEC (7)
  20. Broncos: Garrett Bolles, Utah OL, Pac-12 (5)
  21. Lions: Jarrad Davis, Florida LB, SEC (8)
  22. Dolphins: Charles Harris, Missouri DE, SEC (9)
  23. Giants: Evan Engram, Ole Miss TE, SEC (10)
  24. Raiders: Gareon Conley, Ohio State (3) CB, Big Ten (3)
  25. Browns: Jabrill Peppers, Michigan S, Big Ten (4)
  26. Falcons: Takkarist McKinley, UCLA LB, Pac-12 (6)
  27. Bills: Tre’Davious White, LSU (3) CB, SEC (11)
  28. Cowboys: Taco Charlton, Michigan (2) DE, Big Ten (5)
  29. Browns: David Njoku, Miami TE, ACC (4)
  30. Steelers: T.J. Watt, Wisconsin LB, Big Ten (6)
  31. 49ers: Reuben Foster, Alabama (4) LB, SEC (12)
  32. Saints: Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin (2) OT, Big Ten (7)
  33. Packers: Kevin King, Washington (2) DB, Pac-12 (7)
  34. Jaguars: Cam Robinson, Alabama (5) OT, SEC (13)
  35. Seahawks: Malik McDowell, Michigan State DL, Big Ten (8)
  36. Cardinals: Budda Baker, Washington (3) S, Pac-12 (8)
  37. Bills: Zay Jones, East Carolina WR, AAC
  38. Chargers: Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky, Conference USA
  39. Jets: Marcus Maye, Florida (2) S, SEC (14)
  40. Panthers: Curtis Samuel, Ohio State (4) RB/WR, Big Ten (9)

The draft’s second and third rounds begin Friday at 7 p.m. ET, with the final rounds beginning Saturday at noon ET.

Every year, the NFL draft is a bragging-rights event for colleges, with each one wanting to convince fans it’s in good condition and show future recruits it can turn them into pros. Coaches love to boast about former players making the NFL, sometimes making some hilariously dubious claims.

In 2016, Ohio State had the most productive draft in history. Nobody’s expected to come anywhere near topping it in 2017, but we’ll see who ends up with the most picks and most top picks.

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