Texas A&M pass rusher Myles Garrett isn’t just the favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL draft, it’s a complete consensus. In over 60 mock drafts surveyed by SB Nation, not one believes the Cleveland Browns would spend the first pick on any other player. But 30 days before Cheap Blue Jays Jerseys draft day, Browns head coach Hue Jackson isn’t ready to commit to Garrett.
Earlier in March, Browns general manager Sashi Brown told reporters that the team would responsibly listen to any trade offers for the No. 1 pick. The team also owns the No. 12 selection and three more picks in the top 65, giving plenty of trade chips that aren’t the first pick.
But that slim possibility that the Browns won’t always own the top selection could be part of the reason Jackson is still hesitant to commit to Garrett.
There’s going to be a player that I think can be very good for our organization at No. 1, Jackson said. I would not like to trade, but if there’s an opportunity to make our team better, I’m sure we’ll discuss anything and everything. I think that’s what you do, but we all know there will be some fine players at No. 1 that can make our football team better.
I think we’re getting closer to [a decision], but again, the draft is the 27th. I think it’s a little soon to really say it’s this guy or that guy.
Thirty days before the Browns go on the clock, it may be too early for Jackson to commit to a first pick, but it would still be a titanic upset if it’s any player other NFL Cheap Jerseys than Garrett.