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Marshon Lattimore, Mitchell Trubisky, Deshaun Watson among 22 prospects attending 2017 NFL Draft

In less than two weeks, the NFL world will converge on Philadelphia for the 2017 Draft.

And now, we know who will be in attendance the night of April 27.

The league announced Thursday a list of 22 prospects — including LSU safety Jamal Adams, Alabama defensive tackle Jonathan Allen, LSU running back Leonard Fournette, Ohio State cornerback Marshon Lattimore, North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas, and Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson — who will be on-site Day 1 of the draft in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The aforementioned names are all considered some of the best players in this year's draft class, with Adams, Allen, Fournette, Lattimore and Thomas widely expected to be top 5 or top 10 picks.

Also joining them are:

DB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado

DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee

OT Garrett Bolles, Utah

CB Gareon Conley, Ohio State

WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan

CB Adoree' Jackson, USC

CB Kevin King, Washington

QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame

DL Malik McDowell, Michigan State

DE Takkarist McKinley, UCLA

OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin

LB Haason Reddick, Temple

OT Cam Robinson, Alabama

WR John Ross, Washington

CB Tre'Davious White, LSU

Thirteen college coaches, including Ohio State's Urban Meyer, Alabama's Nick Saban and Clemson's Dabo Swinney, will also be in attendance. Of course, Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, who is widely considered this year's top prospect, will watch from home in Arlington, Texas. Similarly, other top players like Ohio State safety Malik Hooker, Alabama tight end O.J. Howard and Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams will view the draft from home.

The draft is set for April 27-29 in Philadelphia along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

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