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Twenty-two top prospects, who are expected to be selected on Thursday or Friday night (April 27-28), are confirmed to attend the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia.
Louisiana State leads all colleges with three players in attendance, while the Pac-12 leads all conferences with seven prospects confirmed to attend the event.
Thirteen NCAA head coaches will join their players in the green room as they await their selections.
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The draft begins with the first round on Thursday night, April 27 and continues Friday, April 28, with Rounds 2-3. The draft will conclude on Saturday, April 29 with Rounds 4-7.
The NFL Draft, which had been held in Chicago in each of the past two years, returns to Philadelphia for the first time since 1961. Philadelphia’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel served as the location of the first NFL Draft in 1936. The city also hosted the event in 1949-50, 1953-54, 1956 (Rounds 1-3) and 1957-61.
The players confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft:
|Jamal Adams||S||Louisiana State|
|Gareon Conley||CB||Ohio State|
|Corey Davis||WR||Western Michigan|
|Leonard Fournette||RB||Louisiana State|
|Adoree’ Jackson||CB||Southern California|
|DeShone Kizer||QB||Notre Dame|
|Marshon Lattimore||CB||Ohio State|
|Malik McDowell||DT||Michigan State|
|Mitchell Trubisky||QB||North Carolina|
|Tre’Davious White||CB||Louisiana State|
The college head coaches confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft:
|Larry Fedora||North Carolina|
|Brian Kelly||Notre Dame|
|Urban Meyer||Ohio State|
|Ed Orgeron||Louisiana State|