John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Pro Football Focus senior analyst Steve Palazzolo unveiled his updated 2017 draft board this week. He has running back Leonard Fournette at No. 9 and cornerback Tre’Davious White at No. 30.

No. 9 Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
It’s been a disappointing season for Fournette who has battled injury as LSU underachieved in the early going. The debate is now focused on whether he should even come back to play another college game. In 2015, Fournette added some wiggle to his straight-line speed and power, making him an even more dangerous runner. The question is just how much he can contribute in the passing game compared to other running backs in the class, and inevitably, the debate about the value of a running back in today’s NFL will also determine where he lands in the draft.

No. 30 Tre’Davious White, CB, LSU
White looked like a future first-rounder back in 2014, and after taking a step back last season, he’s been back to form this year. He’s allowed only 100 yards on 30 targets, intercepting two passes and knocking away two more. White’s development adds even more depth to this cornerback class.

Watch List: Jamal Adams, S, LSU
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I stopped at watch list. #jokelist
Reply54 months
If Beckwith does well at the senior bowl and the combine he'll get in there.
Reply54 months
Fournette will be top 10, Adams will go top 20, White will be top 25. Before the season, I would have had Dupre as a first rounder, but I think LSU could sneak one more into the first round on defense (Godchaux, Beckwith).
Reply54 months
Tim Williams #2, LOL!!!
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Reply54 months
Adams should be on the "Watch him in the top 10" list.
Reply54 months
He is a safety that is where he will be. Do you see any other safeties on list of 32?
Reply54 months
I am sure it will be said/agreed upon by many, but Adams is easily one of the top 32 in this years draft.
Reply54 months
Adams on the watch list is comical.
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