The 2017 NFL Draft has come to a close, and the Lions are walking away with nine new players.
Let's take a pick-by-pick look at their draft haul:
LINEBACKER JARRAD DAVIS
Selected in the first round, 21st overall.
CORNERBACK TEEZ TABOR
Selected in the second round, 53rd overall.
WIDE RECEIVER KENNY GOLLADAY
Selected in the third round, 96th overall.
LINEBACKER JALEN REEVES-MAYBIN
Selected in the fourth round, 124th overall.
TIGHT END MICHAEL ROBERTS
Selected in the fourth round, 128th overall.
CORNERBACK JAMAL AGNEW
Selected in the fifth round, 165th overall.
DEFENSIVE TACKLE JEREMIAH LEDBETTER
Selected in the sixth round, 205th overall.
QUARTERBACK BRAD KAAYA
Selected in the sixth round, 215th overall.
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN PAT O'CONNOR
Selected in the seventh round, 250th overall.
OTHER NOTEWORTHY ITEMS:
- Watch as GM Bob Quinn, head coach Jim Caldwell and Owner Martha Firestone Ford call first-round pick Jarrad Davis.
- Tori Petry checks in with defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter to get their thoughts on this year's draft class.
- Watch Lions Legend Chris Spielman review Day 1 and Day 2 of the draft.
- What does quarterback Matthew Stafford think of the Lions' draft haul? Hear what he has to say here.