At this late stage in the 2017 NFL Draft process, we have a pretty good idea as to who will be among the top picks in the annual event later this month.
Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett is almost assured to go No. 1 overall to the Cleveland Browns. Meanwhile, defensive backs Marshon Lattimore, Malik Hooker and Jamal Adams will all likely go within the top 10.
After that, there are still a lot of question marks.
How will the quarterback situation play out with inexperienced arms such as Mitch Trubisky and Davis Webb drawing first-round chatter? Will off-field issues surrounding both Joe Mixon and Reuben Foster push them down the board come draft day?
These are among the 10 highly regarded 2017 NFL Draft prospects that will fall down the board when the annual event itself kicks off in Philadelphia later this month.