How the 2017 NFL draft will affect your fantasy football team

The 2017 NFL Draft is just around the corner, and with it comes some serious changes for your fantasy teams.

But what do you need to know about the most important draft-eligible players on your roster?

In this article, we’ll take a look at all the top players in the draft.

The best players on every team will have a huge impact on your team’s success, so it’s important to take care of your team, and make sure you have a strong roster that can withstand any of the changes in the NFL Draft.

Here’s what we know about each of the top picks in the 2017 draft, and how they’ll impact your fantasy league.1.

LSU DT Jadeveon Clowney1.

Texas A&M RB Jadeveen ClowneyThe consensus top-five pick in the first round, Jadevean Clowney was a top-three pick in 2016, and was selected by the Texas A+M Aggies with the fifth overall pick.

The Texas A++ running back led the Aggies in rushing yards and total offense, and finished his career with more than 1,200 yards rushing and 29 touchdowns.

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In 2016, Clowney rushed for more than 2,000 yards and scored 15 touchdowns on the ground.

Clowney also had five 100-yard rushing games.

The LSU running back is projected to go in the top three picks in both the first and second rounds.2.

USC RB Devontae Booker2.

Georgia RB Devante DavisThe former Mississippi State commit is a five-star recruit who has already received scholarship offers from Alabama, LSU, Florida State, and Clemson.

The Georgia wide receiver was one of the best running backs in college football last season, leading the Bulldogs in receiving yards with 1,945.

Davis was the No. 4 overall recruit in the 2018 class, according to, and he was a consensus first-team All-SEC pick by 247Sports.3.

Alabama WR Jaron Brown3.

Michigan State WR Kenny GolladayBrown had a breakout year in 2017 with 12 touchdowns and six receptions for 88 yards and two scores.

Gollay finished his college career with 1.74 yards per reception and 13 touchdown receptions, which ranked third on the Spartans’ career list.

Brown is projected as the No., 2 overall pick in next year’s draft.4.

Louisville RB Leonard Fournette4.

LSU RB Leonard fournetteIt is unclear if the Louisville running back will be selected as the top pick in this year’s NFL Draft, but the 5-foot-9, 205-pound running back had a great season in 2017, with 11 touchdowns and eight receptions for 116 yards and a touchdown.

He led the Tigers in rushing with 1:22 per carry, and added three rushing touchdowns.5.

Clemson QB DeShone Kizer5.

Oklahoma QB Josh Rosen5.

Alabama RB Devonte Lacy5.

Tennessee RB Derrick Henry5.

LSU CB Jalen Ramsey5.

USC CB Ronald Darby5.

Miami (Fla.)

RB Damien Harris5.

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan5.

Washington WR Deontay Green-Beckham5.

Michigan QB Connor Cook5.

Arizona State QB Marcus Mariota5.

Kansas State QB Josh Allen5.

Missouri WR Mike Williams5.

Georgia WR Josh Doctson5.

Notre Dame QB Jacob Eason5.

Auburn QB Mitch Trubisky5.

Penn State QB Dak Prescott5.

Ohio State QB Paxton Lynch5.

Oregon QB Cardale Jones5.

Nebraska QB Dak Williams5, Texas State QB Austin Allen5, Utah QB Jameis Winston5.

Rutgers QB Christian Hackenberg5.

Florida State RB Dalvin CookThe consensus No. 2 overall player in this years NFL Draft according to Draft Express, DeShon Elliott has a strong case to be the top player in the next draft.

Elliott rushed for 3,936 yards and 27 touchdowns last season.

He was the Big Ten’s top rusher and finished the season with 4,933 yards and 25 touchdowns, which tied for fourth in the conference.

Elliott is projected by many to go No. 1 overall in the second round, and could be selected at No. 5.

He has the ability to become a lockdown player at the next level.6.

Alabama CB Jalil Adams6.

Washington CB Bradley Roby6.

USC DL Ryan Anderson6.

Tennessee DL Derek Barnett6.

Florida DB Adoree’ Jackson6.

UCLA WR Deon Cain6.

Michigan CB Marcus Peters6.

LSU WR Adoreen Jackson6 and Clemson CB DeShaun Watson6.

Utah CB Marcus Maye6.

Clemson DL Myles Jack6.

Stanford LB Jameel McKay6.

Wisconsin WR De