2017 NFL Draft Results for Michigan

2017 NFL Draft Results for Michigan


April 29, 2017

Here are the 2017 NFL Draft destinations for former Michigan Wolverines:

2017
1st round: Jabrill Peppers – S – Cleveland Browns (#25 overall)
1st round: Taco Charlton – DE – Dallas Cowboys (#28 overall)
3rd round: Chris Wormley – DT – Baltimore Ravens (#74 overall)
3rd round: Jourdan Lewis – CB – Dallas Cowboys (#92 overall)
3rd round: Delano Hill – S – Seattle Seahawks (#95 overall)
3rd round: Amara Darboh – WR – Seattle Seahawks (#106 overall)
4th round: Ben Gedeon – LB – Minnesota Vikings (#120 overall)
4th round: Ryan Glasgow – DT – Cincinnati Bengals (#138 overall)
4th round: Jehu Chesson – WR – Kansas City Chiefs (#139 overall)
5th round: Jake Butt – TE – Denver Broncos (#145 overall)
6th round: Jeremy Clark – CB – New York Jets (#197 overall)

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS
Kenny Allen, P/K – Baltimore Ravens
Pharaoh Brown, TE – Oakland Raiders**
Matt Godin, DT – Houston Texans
Kyle Kalis, OL – Washington Redskins
Erik Magnuson, OL – San Francisco 49ers
Ondre Pipkins, DT – Washington Redskins*
De’Veon Smith, RB – Miami Dolphins
Channing Stribling, CB – Cleveland Browns
Dymonte Thomas, S – Denver Broncos

*Finished his college career at Texas Tech
**Played his college career at Oregon

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    Roanman
    Apr 30, 2017 at 7:53 AM

    I thought that went well.

    I feel bad for Braden, that “stiff as a board” assessment from NFL.com was brutal.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/ben-braden?id=2557953

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    Roanman
    Apr 30, 2017 at 7:58 AM

    Not crazy about Quinn’s weekend tho.

    I’d have gone big. Three more young defensive linemen rotating through with the batch we already have would have gone a long way toward fixing some of our coverage issues as far as I’m concerned.

    Saban and Mattison have me convinced.

    • Thunder
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      Apr 30, 2017 at 9:10 AM

      I wasn’t a big fan of the Lions’ draft, either. I’m hoping he knows what he’s doing, though.

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    WindyCityBlue
    Apr 30, 2017 at 8:48 AM

    So why is Pharaoh Brown (who was never a Wolverine) in there, but not Ben Braden?

    • Thunder
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      Apr 30, 2017 at 9:09 AM

      I apologize for including additional free information. Also, the reason Ben Braden isn’t included is because he hasn’t signed anywhere.

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    ragingbull
    Apr 30, 2017 at 12:08 PM

    damn, 8 defenders drafted and 11 total defensive players signed heading to camp…impressive. impressive and tough to replace.

    hopefully everyone appreciated that squad with their rock solid secondary and at times dominant DL rotation bc that obviously doesnt happen very often…m will attempt to reload and might even get similar results (i think theyll be pretty good on D again this year, though a key injury or 2 could be devastating) but itll be tough to match those 8 / 11 numbers at future drafts, if for nothing else than sheer numbers.

    plenty of teams eventually place all 11 players (or more) from various Ds into the nfl however its usually spread out a bit more…like lsu or bama sending 7 in one draft and 4-5 the next year or whatever…its impressive and fairly unique to send an entire unit (O or D) to the nfl in 1 offseason. like bama this past year – theyll likely eventually send virtually all of the 16-17 contributors from that D to the nfl but due to recruiting cycles and the nature of the college game, its just unusual to see it all in 1 year.

    great D to watch, im psyched to see those dudes hard work pay off and should be interesting to follow camp…hopefully we get to see m reload and try to match their success. and hopefully in the next few classes theyll have multiple first rounders and high picks if they dont have the sheer numbers.
    no major point or argument here, just stating the obvious…its a historic draft class for m

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