It is a beautiful autumn day in the fall, and the NFL Draft is in full swing.
With the league’s draft in full gear, and as the NFL draft is in its fourth week, the #NFLDrafted app is here to give you a comprehensive look at the players being drafted by the NFL’s 30 teams.
The app is not meant to be a guide to every team’s prospects, and while the app does have an extensive list of picks, it is not a complete database of all players selected.
The list is curated by the team with the highest number of selections, and is updated with each pick.
To use the app, you will need a device with an internet connection, but it is free to download and use.
In order to create an account, you need to download the app and have a twitter account and an Instagram account.
Once you have the apps installed, you can sign up with your twitter username and Instagram name and you are ready to draft your team’s draft picks.
Below is a breakdown of the picks selected by the Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers in the first round of the draft.
The Browns picked the 6’6″, 228-pound wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, with their third overall pick.
The team selected him with the 14th overall pick, which is in line with their other selections.
They picked Ohio State’s Devin Smith with the fifth overall pick and Oklahoma State’s Jordan Howard with the second overall pick for the same reason.
The 49ers selected Clemson’s Michael Williams in the sixth round, and they picked Oregon State’s Nick Fairley in the seventh round, as well.
McKenzie is a former high school quarterback who played football at Westwood High School in the Cleveland suburb of Akron, Ohio.
He also played baseball at Akron University and the University of Akron.
The Browns’ second-round pick, Tennessee’s Jonathan Allen, was taken with the 21st overall pick in the third round, according to a tweet from NFL.com.
The former cornerback played his college ball at Arizona State.
“He is an outstanding athlete and he has the size and length to be very productive as a defensive back. “
Jonathan Allen was a good player in college and he is going to be an important player in our secondary this season,” said Browns head coach Hue Jackson.
“He is an outstanding athlete and he has the size and length to be very productive as a defensive back.
He will add another dimension to our secondary.
He is going in the top three or four corners in this draft, so that’s a big deal for us.”
Allen played in six games at cornerback last season, recording nine tackles, two passes defended, one sack and a forced fumble.
The Browns signed Allen to a three-year, $24 million contract with the Browns, per the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The 49er’s pick, the No. 20 overall pick by the New York Giants, was not surprising.
It came with the 26th overall selection, which was the Browns’ third overall selection.
The Eagles selected Wisconsin’s Chris Culliver with the No, 41 overall pick as well, as per the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Culliver was a two-time All-Big Ten selection and was a three time All-American for Wisconsin.
The 6’4″, 217-pound safety was named to the Associated Press All-America Team and National Championship Game team.
The Niners drafted Wisconsin safety Jairus Byrd, who also played in five games with the team last season.
Byrd, a two time All Big Ten selection, recorded 37 tackles, five passes deflected, one interception, one forced fumble and two blocked kicks as a freshman.
Byrd was a former first-team All-Pac 12 selection and two-year starter for the Badgers.
During his time with the Badger defense, Byrd also had 11 tackles for loss and five interceptions.
Other picks in the second round were Arizona State’s Tyler Lockett and Clemson’s Deon Cain, who was taken by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 28th overall choice.
Lockett was a four-time first-Team All-ACC selection as a senior and a three consecutive All-Atlantic Coast Conference selections as a junior and senior.
Dante Fowler was the sixth overall pick of the Houston Texans, which led to speculation that the team had selected Fowler’s former teammate and teammate in the NFL, safety Deiondre Francois.
Fowler played at Houston from 2013-2016.
He recorded eight tackles, one pass defensed and two interceptions in 2016.
Houston also selected safety Kevin King, who played at Oregon State from 2014-2015.
King recorded nine tackles and one interception as a sophomore.
King has played professionally for five seasons, making 53 tackles, six passes def