We're now less than a week away from the start of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Chatter is off the charts, but smoke screens abound. That means real information is hard to come by. In other words, it's business as usual.
Scroll on down for Mock Draft 10.0.
Myles Garrett, DE/OLB, Texas A&M: Myles Garrett -- still the top prospect. Wire-to-wire as the consensus No. 1 this offseason.
Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State: Chicago's defense is more than one player away, but adding elite talent to the back end is a smart play. Lattimore is the best corner in this draft, and would immediately elevate the Bears' secondary in Year 1.
Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: Jacksonville could go in a bunch of different directions with this people, but the rumor that seems to have the most fire behind the smoke has them adding a high-quality back to their well-compensated defense to minimize the burden Blake Bortles bears.
5. Tennessee Titans (from L.A. Rams)
TRADE: 6. Cleveland Browns (from New York Jets)
Mitch Trubisky, QB, North Carolina: The Browns trade No. 12, No. 33 and No. 65 to the Jets for No. 6, No. 56 and No. 107, which works out to a slight advantage for the Jets on the trade value chart. Once they move up, the Browns take Trubisky, securing their quarterback of the future.
Malik Hooker, FS, Ohio State: This Chargers defense has a chance to break out if they add a player with the range and ball skills Hooker has. He would be the perfect cap to what this team has already built on the less glamorous side of the football.
Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford: This is a pairing that has picked up steam over the past week or so. McCaffrey would give Cam Newton a weapon to stretch the field horizontally out of the backfield and provide a home-run element down the field when he lines up out wide as well.
Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee: The Bengals were only average at rushing the passer last season. To get their defense back toward the top of the NFL they need to start getting to the quarterback more consistently. Barnett gets around the edge and to the quarterback on a regular basis.
10. Buffalo Bills
Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan: Buffalo has seen 167 targets, 90 catches, 1,233 receiving yards and eight touchdowns walk out the door in free agency. The Bills need to replace that production, and drafting Davis here would be a great step in that direction. It helps that he has the size, speed, hands and fluidity to work alongside Sammy Watkins as a 1B target to Watkins' 1A.
Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan: The Saints have been dreadful against the pass for years. There are two ways to improve a sagging pass D: Add talent in the secondary, or add talent up front. The Saints figure to do both at some point in this draft, but we have them starting with a pass-rusher here.
TRADE: 12. New York Jets (from Cleveland through Philadelphia)
Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech: Mahomes might need some time to transition into Bruce Arians' vertical-style offense, but he'll have that with Carson Palmer still working ahead of him in 2017. Palmer's career comes full circle as he's now the veteran tutoring a highly drafted rookie.
14. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota)
Haason Reddick, LB, Temple: The Colts have gone on a minor spending spree this offseason to rectify their biggest issue: the front seven. Jabaal Sheard, John Simon, Margus Hunt, Al Woods, Johnathan Hankins and Sean Spence have all been signed. Here, GM Chris Ballard adds another piece to the puzzle with a flexible linebacker who can play the run and the pass from all over the formation.
16. Baltimore Ravens
Mike Williams, WR, Clemson: The Ravens need to add a long-term weapon to help take this offense to the next level. Williams has the size-speed-hands-body control combination to be a No. 1 receiver for years.
Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama: Washington needs to figure out its run defense, badly. Allen can slot right in along the defensive line, play multiple positions and help these guys do a better job of stopping Ezekiel Elliott and the like.
18. Tennessee Titans
John Ross, WR, Washington: Ross has blazing speed, but he's not just a speedster. He's a complete wideout. The Titans have a power running game and Delanie Walker working the middle of the field, but they don't have an outside complement to those elements just yet. He would make Marcus Mariota that much more dangerous.
O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama: The Bucs added DeSean Jackson to give them a deep threat complement to Mike Evans' size-and-power game. Adding Howard to the mix would make their passing attack even more dangerous.
20. Denver Broncos
Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin: The Broncos give Trevor Siemian some blind-side protection with the big tackle from Wisconsin. If he lives up to the stellar play of his Badgers predecessors, the Broncos will be happy with this pick.
21. Detroit Lions
Charles Harris, DE, Missouri: The Lions have a huge need along the defensive front, as they badly need a complement to Ziggy Ansah in their pass rush. Harris is next in a long line of Mizzou defensive linemen, and given the opportunity, will find a way to get around the edge.
22. Miami Dolphins
Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky: With Laremy Tunsil expected to kick outside to tackle this season, the Dolphins can slide Lamp into the middle of the offensive line and make a strength even better.
23. New York Giants
David Njoku, TE, Miami (Fla.): The Cowboys loaded up their offense last year. The Eagles spent a ton to help Carson Wentz this offseason. New York's offense was the second-worst in the league from October on last season, so giving Eli Manning yet another weapon couldn't hurt. The Giants haven't had a threat like this at tight end in quite some time.
24. Oakland Raiders
Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama: The Raiders have their offense set, but they still need to get things settled on the other side of the ball. Foster had some trouble at the combine with a heated argument with a staffer and a diluted drug test, but he's just too talented to slide past the Raiders.
25. Houston Texans
Davis Webb, QB, California: The Texans will not have Tony Romo under center next season. He will be calling games for CBS instead. Bill O'Brien is a fan of Tom Savage, but there's too much unknown here for the Texans not to add another QB. Webb has been rising up boards lately, and it wouldn't surprise to see him land in Houston.
26. Seattle Seahawks
Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama: The Seahawks badly need an offensive lineman, and given GM John Schneider's comments this week about how age is a consideration for them, Robinson seems a more likely pick than Utah's Garret Bolles, who will be 25 by the time the season starts.
28. Dallas Cowboys
Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB, UCLA: The Cowboys have to add talent both in the defensive backfield and along the defensive line. They love the SPARQ system for grading athletes, especially on the edge, and McKinley tested extremely well there. He could give Rod Marinelli another body to use in his waves along the defensive line.
T.J. Watt, OLB, Wisconsin: Watt doesn't have to move too far to find his first professional home, as the Packers add an athletic pass-rusher to a defense that started last season hot before slowing down the stretch due to injuries.
Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan: Peppers is an incredible athlete waiting to be molded into a player that is more than the sum of his parts. He can play as a nominal safety and make plays in the box, but he can also be used as an attacking-style blitz corner.