2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

Round 1
1 Cardinals Quinnen Williams DT Alabama 6’3″ 295
 The decision is going to come down to Williams or Bosa. I haven’t seen a DT wreck an offensive game plan since Aaron Donald at Pitt.
2 Nick Bosa DE Ohio St. 6’3″ 270
 49ers are in a good position for a quality player. Nick Bosa has rare pass rush ability and is possibly a better prospect than his brother Joey.
3 Jets Ed Oliver DT Houston 6’2″ 290
New DC is Gregg Williams who runs a 4-3 defense. Ed Oliver has rare movement skills for a defensive lineman and fits the system.
4 Raiders Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson 6’5″ 265
 The Raiders need pass rushers since trading Khalil Mack. They get a good one with Clelin Ferrell.
5 Bucs Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi St, 6’3″ 301
Simmons is another rare talent on the defensive line in this draft. The Bucs could part ways with Gerald McCoy and this would be a great fit.
6 Giants Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio St. 6’2″ 225
 The Giants don’t have a longterm solution at QB when Eli Manning departs. Dwayne Haskins is the top QB in the draft and the Giants may need to move up to secure their selection.
7 Bucs Jonah Williams OT Alabama 6’5″ 301
Jonah is going to be a solid starter in the NFL. Whether that will be at tackle or guard is the question. I think he solidifies the offensive line with Cam Robinson at LT and Jonah at RT.
8 Lions Josh Allen OLB Kentucky 6’4″ 240
Josh Allen had a fantastic senior season and could replace Ezekiel Ansah if he were to leave in free agency.
9 Bills Cody Ford OT Oklahoma 6’4″ 338
Ford is a massive offensive lineman with good movement skills. He would be a great piece to a Bills line that needs an upgrade.
10 Broncos Jachai Polite DE Florida 6’2″ 242
Yes they took Bradley Chubb last year and have Von Miller on the opposite side. But you can never have enough pass rushers. Polite is a high energy pass rusher that can give the Broncos another threat to get to the quarterback.
11 Bengals Devin White ILB LSU 6’0″ 240
The Bengals need a linebacker upgrade and can’t count on Burfict. Devin White fills in as the rangy tackling linebacker.
12 Packers Deionte Thompson S Alabama 6’2″ 196
Green Bay traded away one Alabama safety. Tramon Williams at FS is not a longterm solution and Deionte Thompson fills in as a ballhawking safety that can tackle.
13 Dolphins Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson 6’3″ 340
Dolphins need an upgrade to the defensive line. Lawrence is a space eating DT that can help.
14 Falcons Rashan Gary DE Michigan 6’4″ 281
Rashan Gary and the Falcons are a perfect match. The Falcons like pass rushing interior defensive lineman and Gary could kick inside and fill that mold.
15 Redskins Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma 5’10” 168
The Redskins need a playmaker for the offense. Marquise Brown is a speedster that could have a Tyreek Hill impact.
16 Panthers Jawaan Taylor OT Florida 6’5″ 328
The offensive line has to get better. Jawaan Taylor is a raw offensive tackle prospect that could be a major piece for the Panthers for the foreseeable future.
17 Browns Greedy Williams CB LSU 6’1″ 185
 They nailed the Denzel Ward pick last year and now need another starting cornerback. Greedy Williams has all the makings of a NFL corner.
18 Vikings Greg Little OT Ole Miss 6’5″ 325
The Vikings must help Kirk Cousins out with an offensive line. Greg Little has the making of a future starter at left tackle.
19 Titans Byron Murphy CB Washington  6’0″ 175
Murphy is a physical corner and one of my favorite players in the draft. The Titans continue to have a weak secondary where the Murphy pick makes a lot of sense.
20 Steelers Deandre Baker CB Georgia 5’11” 207
The Steelers have a lot of issues especially with Antonio Brown demanding a trade. The secondary remains a top issue that Deandre Baker can help solve.
21 Seahawks Brian Burns DE Florida St. 6’4″ 230
Their top pass rusher Frank Clark could leave in free agency. Even if they keep Clark, Burns would be an excellent addition to the pass rush.
22 Ravens D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss 6’3″ 225
 Lamar is going to be the starter and needs help at receiver. Metcalf gives him a big, fast target.
23 Houston Texans T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa 6’4″ 250
The Texans don’t have a stud at TE. Hockenson can both block and is an excellent receiver. Hockenson gives Deshaun Watson a weapon at tight end.
24 Raiders Devin Bush OLB Michigan 5’11” 232
The Raiders need playmakers. Mayock and Gruden are going to love Bush as he is all over the football field despite being shorter.
25 Eagles Josh Jacobs RB Alabama 5’9″ 220
They have Ajayi, Jacobs gives them a receiving threat out of the backfield. He is also a very tough runner and would be a great addition to the Eagles offense.
26 Saints Christian Wilkins DT Clemson 6’4″ 310
The Colts had a tremendous improvement on defense. Wilkins has rare movement skills on the defensive line that fits the Colts system.
27 Raiders N’Keal Harry WR Arizona St. 6’3″ 220
Jared Cook led the Raiders in receiving. Harry gives them an option to potentially be a number one receiving threat.
28 Chargers Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio St. 6’3″ 295
The Patriots ran all over the Chargers. They need to upgrade the interior of the defensive line.
29 Chiefs Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson 6’1″ 190
The Chiefs had a great season despite the not so great secondary. Mullens is a start for the defense to match the offensive production.
30 Packers Montez Sweat DE Mississippi St. 6’5″ 241
Nick Perry had a disappointing season and Clay Matthews is not Clay anymore. The Packers need an edge rusher.
31 Rams Mack Wilson ILB Alabama 6’1″ 231
The Rams defensive line is great. The linebackers need an upgrade. Mack Wilson is a three down linebacker that could only improve the Rams Defense
32 Kyler Murray QB Texas A&M 5’10” 195
The Patriots need an heir to Tom Brady. Murray is a playmaker, but will have to overcome the height and NFL pass rush. Murray has the arm talent to be a starting NFL quarterback.


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