NFL Draft Order 2017: Rounds 2-7 Order Of Picks & Schedule

While making the ideal pick is essential to acquiring the best talent, it is equally as important to understand where an NFL franchise makes its selection. This year’s NFL Draft is very deep and offers great talent from top to bottom. Although some of the best players will be taken in the first round, there will still be a multitude of choices in the latter rounds that will yield a ton of great young talent that will make their prospective teams immensely more competitive.

NFL Draft 2017 Viewing Details

Date: Thursday, April 27-29, 2017
Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 8:00 P.M. EST
Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28, 7:00 P.M. EST
Round 4-7: Saturday, April 28, Noon EST
Time: April 27: 8:00 P.M. EST, April 28: 7:00 P.M. EST, April 29: 12:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: ESPN, ESPN 2, NFL Network
Location: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia Pennsylvania

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MAY 16: Offensive line coach Joe Gilbert of the Indianapolis Colts gives instruction to second round draft pick Jack Mewhort #75 during a rookie minicamp at the team complex on May 16, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

2nd Round Order of NFL Draft

Round 2

  1. Cleveland Brows
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars
  4. Chicago Bears
  5. Los Angeles Rams
  6. Los Angeles Chargers
  7. New York Jets
  8. Carolina Panthers
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. New Orleans Saints
  11. Philadelphia Eagles
  12. Buffalo Bills
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. Indianapolis Colts
  15. Baltimore Ravens
  16. Minnesota Vikings
  17. Washington Redskins
  18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  19. Denver Broncos
  20. Cleveland Browns (from Tennessee Titans)
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. Miami Dolphins
  23. New York Giants
  24. Oakland Raiders
  25. Houston Texans
  26. Seattle Seahawks
  27. Kansas City Chiefs
  28. Dallas Cowboys
  29. Green Bay Packers
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers
  31. Atlanta Falcons
  32. Carolina Panthers  (From New England Patriots)

KANSAS CITY, MO – MAY 10: Third round draft pick, running back Knile Davis #35, practices during Kansas City Chiefs rookie camp at Kansas University Hospital Training Center on May 10, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Round 3

  1. Cleveland Browns
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. Chicago Bears
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars
  5. Los Angeles Rams
  6. New York Jets
  7. Los Angeles Chargers
  8. New England Patriots (From Carolina Panthers)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Baltimore Ravens – From Philadelphia Eagles
  11. Buffalo Bills
  12. New Orleans Saints
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. Baltimore Ravens
  15. Minnesota Vikings
  16. Indianapolis Colts
  17. Washington Redskins
  18. Denver Broncos
  19. Tennessee Titans
  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. Minnesota Vikings  (From Miami Dolphins)
  23. New York Giants
  24. Oakland Raiders
  25. Houston Texans
  26. Seattle Seahawks
  27. Kansas City Chiefs
  28. Dallas Cowboys
  29. Green Bay Packers
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers
  31. Atlanta Falcons
  32. New England Patriots
  33. Miami (Compensatory)
  34. Carolina (Compensatory)
  35. Philadelphia Eagles (From Baltimore Ravens – Compensatory)
  36. Tennessee Titans (From Los Angeles Rams – Compensatory)
  37. Denver Broncos (compensatory)
  38. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory)
  39. New Orleans Saints (From New England Patriots via Cleveland – Compensatory)
  40. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory)
  41. Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)
  42. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory)
  43. New York Jets (compensatory)

LOS ANGELES – MAY 20: Wide receiver Jason Avant #81, the Philadelphia Eagles fourth round NFL draft pick, plays catch during a break in the action at the NFL Players Rookie Premiere Photoshoot on May 20, 2006 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Paul Spinelli/Getty Images)

Round 4

  1. Cleveland Browns (1-15)
  2. San Francisco 49ers (2-14)
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13)
  4. Chicago Bears (3-13)
  5. Los Angeles Rams (4-12)
  6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)
  7. Washington Redskins (From New York Jets)
  8. Carolina Panthers (6-10)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals (6-9-1)
  10. Chicago Bears (From Buffalo Bills)
  11. New England Patriots (From New Orleans Saints)* *(New England Forfeits fourth round pick for Deflategate)
  12. Philadelphia Eagles
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. Minnesota Vikings
  15. Indianapolis Colts
  16. Baltimore Ravens
  17. Washington Redskins
  18. Tennessee Titans
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneer
  20. Denver Broncos
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. Minnesota Vikings (From Miami Dolphins)
  23. Oakland Raiders
  24. Houston Texans
  25. New England Patriots (From Seattle Seahawks)
  26. Kansas City Chiefs
  27. Dallas Cowboys
  28. Green Bay Packers
  29. Pittsburgh Steelers
  30. Atlanta Falcons
  31. Indianapolis Colts (From New England Patriots)
  32. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)
  33. Philadelphia Eagles  (From Cleveland Browns – Compensatory)
  34. New York Giants
  35. Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory)
  36. Houston Texans  (From Cleveland Browns – Compensatory)
  37. San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory)
  38. Indianapolis Colts (Compensatory)

PITTSBURGH, PA – MAY 04: Fifth round draft pick Chris Rainey #22 of the Pittsburgh Steelers works out during their rookie minicamp at the Pittsburgh Steelers South Side training facility on May 4, 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

Round 5

  1. Cleveland Browns
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. Chicago Bears
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars
  5. Los Angeles Rams
  6. New York Jets
  7. Los Angeles Chargers
  8. Carolina Panthers
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Washington Redskins  (From New Orleans  Saints)
  11. Philadelphia Eagles
  12. Buffalo Bills
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. Indianapolis Colts
  15. Baltimore Ravens
  16. Minnesota Vikings
  17. San Francisco 49ers  (From Washington Redskins)
  18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  19. New England Patriots (From Denver Broncos)
  20. Tennessee Titans
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. Miami Dolphins
  23. New York Giants
  24. Oakland Raiders
  25. Houston Texans
  26. Seattle Seahawks* *(Lost fifth round pick due to excessive offseason workouts)
  27. Kansas City Chiefs
  28. Buffalo Bills (From Dallas Cowboys)
  29. Green Bay Packers
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers
  31. Atlanta Falcons
  32. Cleveland Browns (From New England Patriots)
  33. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)
  34. Denver Broncos (Compensatory)
  35. Miami Dolphins (Compensatory)
  36. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory)
  37. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory)
  38. Cleveland Browns (Compensatory)
  39. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory)
  40. New England Patriots (Compensatory)
  41. Miami Dolphins (Compensatory)

CINCINNATI, OH – MAY 1: Sixth round draft pick Bernard Scott #35 of the Cincinnati Bengals runs a drill during rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium on May 1, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Mark Lyons/Getty Images)

Round 6

  1. Cleveland Browns
  2. Baltimore Ravens (From San Francisco 49ers)
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars
  4. Cleveland Browns (From Houston Texans via Chicago Bears)
  5. Los Angeles Rams
  6. Los Angeles Chargers
  7. New York Jets
  8. Carolina Panthers
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Philadelphia Eagles
  11. Buffalo Bills
  12. New Orleans Saints
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. San Francisco 49ers  (From Baltimore Ravens)
  15. Minnesota Vikings
  16. New England Patriots  (From Indianapolis Colts)
  17. Washington Redskins
  18. San Francisco 49ers (From Denver Broncos)
  19. Denver Broncos (From Tennessee Titans)
  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. Los Angeles Rams (From Miami Dolphins)
  23. New York Giants
  24. Oakland Raiders
  25. Washington Redskins (From Houston Texans)
  26. Seattle Seahawks
  27. Kansas City Chiefs* *(Forfeit sixth round pick for tampering)
  28. Dallas Cowboys
  29. Green Bay Packers
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers
  31. Tennessee Titans  (From Atlanta Falcons)
  32. Detroit Lions  (From New England Patriots)
  33. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory)
  34. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)
  35. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory)

PITTSBURGH, PA – MAY 04: Seventh round draft pick Toney Clemons #11 of the Pittsburgh Steelers works out during their rookie minicamp at the Pittsburgh Steelers South Side training facility on May 4, 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

Round 7

  1. San Francisco 49ers (From Cleveland Browns)
  2. Washington Redskins (From San Francisco 49ers)
  3. Chicago Bears
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars
  5. Miami Dolphins (From Los Angeles Rams)
  6. New York Jets
  7. Los Angeles Chargers
  8. Seattle Seahawks  (From Carolina Panthers)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Dallas Cowboys  (From Buffalo Bills)
  11. New Orleans Saints
  12. Philadelphia Eagles
  13. Arizona Cardinals
  14. Minnesota Vikings
  15. Carolina Panthers (From Indianapolis Colts)
  16. Los Angeles Rams (From Baltimore Ravens)
  17. Washington Redskins
  18. Tennessee Titans
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  20. Denver Broncos
  21. New England Patriots (From Detroit Lions)
  22. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Miami Dolphins)
  23. New York Giants
  24. Oakland Raiders
  25. Houston Texans
  26. Oakland Raiders  (From Seattle Seahawks)
  27. Kansas City Chiefs
  28. Dallas Cowboys
  29. Green Bay Packers
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers
  31. Atlanta Falcons
  32. Detroit Lions (From New England Patriots)
  33. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)
  34. Denver Broncos (Compensatory)
  35. Denver Broncos (Compensatory)

It is also worth noting that while every team will participate in the draft, some organizations will have more picks than others. The two teams with the most picks are the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns (both with 11). The two teams with the least amount of draft picks are the Atlanta Falcons and Buffalo Bills (both with six). While having more picks does not guarantee better picks, it certainly gives those teams ample picks more options with how they want to build their team for the future.

Manchester United Takes On Manchester City In Crucial Derby As 1 Point Separates The Two Teams
  • 10678531520930918