SportsNext NFL Mock Draft 2017

Greetings everybody. Welcome to the second SportsNext Mock Draft. It’s that time of the year where dreams come true and college players become legends or draft bust. Last year, I got 10 of my draft predictions correct. Let’s see if that number can go up or down. Here are this year’s first round draft predictions.


  1. Cleveland Browns
  • Myles Garrett – DE Texas A&M


  1. San Francisco 49ers
  • Jamal Davis – S LSU


  1. Chicago Bears
  • Marshon Lattimore – CB Ohio State


  1. Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Leonard Fournette – RB LSU


  1. Tennessee Titans (from Rams)
  • Solomon Thomas – DE Stanford


  1. New York Jets
  • J. Howard – TE Alabama


  1. Los Angeles Chargers
  • Malik Hooker – S Ohio State


  1. Carolina Panthers
  • Christian McCaffrey – RB Stanford


  1. Cincinnati Bengals
  • Reuben Foster – LB Alabama


  1. Buffalo Bills
  • Mike Williams – WR Clemson


  1. New Orleans Saints
  • Marlon Humphrey – CB Alabama


  1. Cleveland Browns (from Eagles)
  • Mitch Trubisky – QB North Carolina


  1. Arizona Cardinals
  • Patrick Mahomes – QB Texas Tech


  1. Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings)
  • Derek Barnett – DE Tennessee


  1. Indianapolis Colts
  • Takkarist McKinley – DE UCLA


  1. Baltimore Raves
  • Corey Davis – WR Western Michigan


  1. Washington Redskins
  • Gareon Conley – CB Ohio State


  1. Tennessee Titans
  • John Ross – WR Washington


  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Dalvin Cook – RB Florida State


  1. Denver Broncos
  • Ryan Ramczyk – OT Wisconsin


  1. Detroit Lions
  • Jarrad Davis – LB Florida


  1. Miami Dolphins
  • Forrest Lamp – OG Western Kentucky


  1. New York Giants
  • Garett Bollies – OT Utah


  1. Oakland Raiders
  • Haason Reddick – LB Temple


  1. Houston Texans
  • Deshaun Watson – QB Clemson


  1. Seattle Seahawks
  • Tre’davious White – CB LSU


  1. Kansas City Chiefs
  • Davis Webb – QB California


  1. Dallas Cowboys
  • Kevin King – CB Washington


  1. Green Bay Packers
  • Joe Mixon – RB Oklahoma


  1. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • David Njoku – TE Miami


  1. Atlanta Falcons
  • Taco Charlton – DE Michigan


  1. New Orleans Saints (from Patriots)
  • Adoree’ Jackson – CB USC

Wu-Tang Clan to release one copy of their latest album



By Anthony Hodge

The Wu-Tang Clan will release one copy of their latest double-album “The Wu-Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.”

According to Forbes, RZA said that the Wu-Tang Clan is doing something no one has ever done before.

RZA compared the release like “having the scepter of an Egyptian king.”

According to, the album will consist of 31 songs and will last 128 minutes.

No release date has been announced.

Update on Lil Bossie following March 10 Press Conference

By Anthony Hodge

Following his release from the Louisiana State Penitentiary on March 5imgres, Lil Bossie is ready to hit the studio make music.

In his March 10 press conference, Lil Bossie said he is willing to work with anyone for is next upcoming album.

Lil Bossie also said that wrote over 1,000 songs while he was in prison.

He also has a song recorded with Justin Bieber.

While in prison, Lil Bossie wrote a “Lil Bossie” movie.

According to attorney Roy Maughn, Lil Bossie’s  probation will be set for a hearing on March 13 of this year.


Lil Bossie released from prison


By Anthony Hodge

With his parole date set for 2018, Lil Boosie was released from a Louisiana State prison on March 8.

He will attend a press conference on March 10 to clear up any information, including what record label he will sign to.

Lil Bossie was arrested in 2009 after he plead guilty to possession of marijuana, which was Lil Bossie’s third offense.

He was set to do four years in prison, until 2011 when he pleaded guilty of attempting to smuggle drugs in the prison. He was given eight more years to serve.

Talib Kweli to headline J Dilla tribute concert

imgres-1Talib Kweli will headline “NY Loves Dilla”, a tribute concert to the late Hip Hop producer J Dilla.

The concert is set to take place on March 23 in the Webster Hall.

Kweli released “Gravitas” in 2013, which includes production from J Dilla.

J Dilla’s mother will host the show.

J Dilla died on February 10, 2006 due to cardiac arrest.