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2019 NFL Mock Draft by HitPoint0213 - 10.30
Published at 11/2/2018 2:26:01 PM

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. 49ers: Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

The 49ers could do many different things here: CB/S, WR, IDL, but I just can't see them passing up one of the best and highest rated defensive ends ever coming out of college.


2. Raiders: Clelin Ferrell, Defensive End, Clemson

Like the 49ers, this team is set at no position, however the Raiders complete lack of any real pass rush has been terrible for this team. Clellin Ferrell would provide much needed stability, consistency, and production to this terrible defence.


3. Giants: Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon

This is a no-brainer for the Giants, a pretty rough season in 2018 is probably a blessing in disguise as the giants get probably the only QB in this draft which is probably a lock to start from day one and become a franchise QB.


4. Bills: Greg Little, Offensive Tackle, Ole Miss

The Bills may have their long term franchise QB in Josh Allen, and they have some good, young building blocks on defense. On offense however they have some decent skill position player but arguably the worst OL in football outside of Dion Dawkins. They need to protect and baby Josh Allen. Greg Little, as much of a reach it may be to grab in quite this early is probably the best Tackle prospect in this draft, and along with Dawkins would hopefully keep most opposing DEs from getting their hands on Josh Allen.


5. Buccaneers: Ryan Finley, Quarterback, N.C. State

I've never been big on Jameis Winston, and he hasn't been proving me wrong the last two years. He has a good game here and there but when he's off... he's nothing more than a turnover machine. The Buccaneers have to move on. Ryan Finley is a great QB prospect who I've liked the last couple of years, and I really think his stock is going to rise to a lock for the first round come draft day. He may not start his first year or may not breakout, but he should develop and probably be 1 of only 2 guys in this draft capable of having the talent to turn a franchise around.


6. Titans: A.J. Brown, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss

The Titans need a WR, like,.. bad. And I imagine them taking the only Reciever in this class, that I think will be a true 1st round talent. Brown is fast, big, physical, and runs after the catch pretty well. All on a team that's fallen apart, this would be a great pick for the Titans.


7. Falcons: Deionte Thompson, Safety, Alabama

I got to explain myself here. I never thought the falcons would be picking this high, but when I went through and picked out the games the only two teams I saw the falcons being clearly superior to were the Cardinals and the Buccaneers, beyond those two, it's a pretty rough schedule. Anyway, this teams secondary is terrible... I think that one sentence sums it up. I have the falcons taking advantage of the undeservedly high pick and getting an absolute breakout prospect from the nfl factory in Deionte Thompson.


8. Dolphins: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

The Dolphins will probably be a very interesting team going into this draft. They could go alot of ways here, WR, CB/S, or even QB, but I don't think Drew Lock is a true first round QB and I just can't see the Dolphins taking any remaining QBs in this draft over an absolute monster like Ed Oliver.




9. Cardinals: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

This is a case where the Cardinals really need to draft a Tackle, Gaurd, or Reciever, but theres not really anyone at those positions that make it here, they could take marquise brown or Debb


10. Jaguars: Drew Lock, Quarterback, Missouri

Like the Cardinals the Jags need a Gaurd, Reciever, or QB here, but there is not much in any of those positions for a first, ultimately Drew Lock is a high upside prospect who could be the starter they need, and in something of an act of desperation, the Jaguars pick a QB.


11. Broncos: Greedy Williams, Cornerback, LSU

With the Jaguars already scrapping the barrel of first round QBs the broncos need to look towards other holes. Loosing Aquib Talib was a mistake, plain and simple. Bradley Roby simply has not stepped up and played like a starting CB, Greedy Williams is a freak, and this is an easy pick for the Broncos.


12. Lions: Josh Allen, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

While not terrible at linebacker, and probably needing a reciever more with the loss of golden tate, this linebacking corps isn't great and Allen would be an instant starter over the likes of Devon Kennard and Jalen Reeves-Maybin. Another reason the Lions would really like Josh Allen may be his versatility, from what we can tell already versatility and flexibility within his players is one of the most important traits for him, and Allen is a truly do-it-all LB.


13. Bengals: Noah Fant, Tight End, Iowa

I'm not sure what happens with Tyler Eifert, but I don't think he is going to stay in Cincinnati. Noah Fant solid overall tight end with an absolute burner, he's got size and potential to be a clear number 1 TE on just about any roster.


14. Seahawks: Elgton Jenkins, Center, Mississippi State

The Seahawks entire OL outside of Duane Brown is awful, just awful, and for them to be letting russel wilson throw behind a line like that for so long is downright criminal. Here the Seahawks grab the only center I have rated as a first round talent, and a damn good one at that.


15. Jets: Derrick Brown, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

This is exactly what the Jets need: A trasformative guy to build a championship caliber defense around, now that they have that guy on offense. Derrick Brown is really a top five talent, especially in any other draft class, but in this loaded draft class, the jets get a steal at pick 15.


16. Eagles: Bryce Love, Running Back, Stanford

Despite the rough season, I'm still having a hard time finding weaknesses in this roster, but I think the biggest loss this year is not having a reliable run game. Jay Ajayi is great, but he's somewhat injury prone, and definately seems better when he's in a rotation. Love is a great NFL prospect, even taking into account his size, similar to Le'veon Bell (in skillset not talent), he's great at finding holes and is very elusive.


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