Adoree' Jackson Drafted By Titans In NFL First Round

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Wide receiver Corey Davis and cornerback Adoreé Jackson, the players Tennessee selected in Thursday's first round of the 2017 draft, compiled huge statistics during their college careers.

Later in the evening, the Titans selected USC cornerback Adoree' Jackson with the 18th overall pick.

Tennessee obtained the fifth pick in this draft as part of the trade that sent last year's No. 1 overall selection to the Los Angeles Rams, who used it to take quarterback Jared Goff.

Stay tuned to This Given Sunday for more coverage of the 2017 NFL Draft! However, the Spartans never offered him a scholarship - IN was his lone Big Ten offer - so he made a decision to develop his talent with the Broncos while helping them go from 1-11 his freshman year to 13-1 as a senior when he was a voted first-team All-MAC performer.

The Titans own the No. 5 pick, which was acquired previous year from the Los Angeles Rams in the Jared Goff trade, as well as their own pick at No. 18.

"We're excited about this weekend". "If you need a playmaker, you're not going to wait for one".


"There are a lot of corners in this draft who are going to go in the first round, and there are plenty of safeties, too", Kiper said. He finished his career with three straight seasons of at least 1,400 receiving yards for the Broncos. "I came back into the room where all my family was and tried to keep it a secret from them, but they got it out of me".

Another smaller Division I school receiver, Taylor's production at WKU was off the charts, as he caught 184 passes and had 34 touchdowns in his final two years with the Hilltoppers.

As for himself, Mariota said he's still on track while working his way back from the fractured fibula he suffered in the team's December 24 contest at Jacksonville.

The 6-foot-2, 222-pound Trubisky ranked fifth in the country with a 68.0 completion percentage, threw 30 touchdowns against just six picks, and averaged 288 passing yards per game.

Everybody at Western Michigan routinely would call Davis the hardest worker on the team, and that's a good thing when the best player also is the hardest worker. "I think they're going to draft two or three over the seven rounds". Had the Titans traded down, I feel he would've been a great pick around the 10 to 12 range. They also get the Patriots' fourth-round pick at No. 200.

The former Western Michigan star was seated at his table in the National Football League "green room" with friends and family members and didn't even have his flashy, yet stylish pink jacket on.

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