2019 NFL Mock Draft

Last update: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Major changes.
Next update: Occasionally. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

The order of this 2019 NFL Mock Draft is based on the real 2019 NFL Draft Order.

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    *** 2019 NFL MOCK DRAFT (5 rounds) updated Feb. 27. This mock draft will be updated occasionally. Check out old versions of this 2019 NFL Mock Draft in the archived mock section. Follow @walterfootball for NFL Draft updates. ***


  1. Arizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
    The Cardinals have just one viable edge rusher in Chandler Jones. Given that they’re in a division with Russell Wilson, Jared Goff and Jimmy Garoppolo, Jones isn’t nearly enough on his own. Fortunately for the Cardinals, they can remedy this problem by selecting the current favorite to go No. 1 overall, Nick Bosa.

    Bosa has a tremendous skill set, and he was off to a great start in 2018 before injuring his knee. He’s the likely first-overall pick unless a team moves up for Dwayne Haskins.

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  2. New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
    TRADE!!! I’m going to project different trades in the mock draft updates leading up to the combine. The 49ers likely want to move down, as they can’t fill one of their biggest needs with this selection. Here, they obtain the Giants’ 2019 second-round selection, plus another second-day choice.

    The Giants, meanwhile, need to make sure they obtain their desired quarterback. Moving up will prevent other teams from leaping them and acquiring the best signal-caller in the 2019 class.

    Dwayne Haskins has a tremendous skill set, but is not a finished product at the moment. However, with Justin Herbert going back to school, he’s the top quarterback prospect in this class, though as Charlie Campbell reported in the NFL Hot Press, three NFL general managers believe Daniel Jones will be the first quarterback selected.

  3. New York Jets: Josh Allen, DE/LB, Kentucky
    Some Jet fan e-mailers were furious that their team didn’t add an edge rusher in the previous draft. My response was that this was more than just a short rebuilding process, and I’m sure general manager Mike Maccagnan was well aware that the 2019 NFL Draft will be loaded with dynamic edge rushers.

    Josh Allen counts as a dynamic edge rusher. He can basically play anywhere you want him to on defense. He’s a terrific player, as he was the primary reason why Kentucky was in contention for the SEC East title so late into the season. He’s compared to as a hybrid of Leonard Floyd and Zach Cunningham, as he can play in coverage and also rush the quarterback effectively on the edge.



  4. Oakland Raiders: Kyler Murray, QB/WR, Oklahoma
    I’m a bit skeptical at the moment that the Raiders will select Kyler Murray, but I wanted to create a mock draft entertaining the possibility. Plus, it could certainly happen. There was a Peter King report recently that said Jon Gruden is fascinated with Murray. This makes sense, as Gruden talked up out-of-the-box quarterbacks like Tim Tebow and Johnny Manziel during his ESPN broadcasting days. We’ll know what the Raiders plan on doing in the future, but Murray is probably at least in the discussion, as Jon Gruden was visibly frustrated with Derek Carr throughout the 2018 season.

    It’s questionable that Murray should be selected this early. He’s only 5-foot-9, so many of his passes will be batted down at the line of scrimmage. He’s also light, so it’s likely that he’ll get injured frequently. Then, one must factor in Murray’s lack of starting experience, his extremely easy schedule this past season against all of the woeful Big XII defenses, his struggles against Alabama prior to garbage time, and the fact that teams may not be convinced that he’s going to dedicate himself to football with baseball being a possibility. All of these things are strikes against Murray, which was relayed to me by an NFC personnel man I spoke to the day after Murray declared for the draft. I asked him about Murray, and while he expressed concern about his size, it was his dedication to football that was the major concern.

    “Murray should probably go on Day 2, but will probably go in the first round because he’s a hot name,” the personnel man said. “We assumed he was going into baseball because of Scott Boras, so no one wrote up any reports on him.”

    Adam Schefter reported that general managers told him that Murray will be a first-round pick. This obviously came from general managers who didn’t want Murray; otherwise, they wouldn’t have said anything. Quite often, NFL teams don’t know what others are going to do. I spoke to an assistant general manager days before the 2017 NFL Draft and asked him what he thought the 49ers would do at No. 2 overall. He said he thought they would take Patrick Mahomes. Last year, Charlie Campbell spoke to a general manager who thought the Giants would go with Sam Darnold with the second pick. Both of these people we spoke to are great talent evaluators, but they simply didn’t know what other teams would do. Thus, the general managers Schefter spoke to were just guessing, like the NFC personnel man I spoke to. The possibility of Murray declaring has shocked the league, to say the least.

    That said, the general managers Schefter spoke to were doing something else as well. They were building hype for Murray. We’ve already established that those general managers don’t want Murray, so they’re trying to raise his value so that some team in front of them takes Murray, causing a better player to fall to them. I coined the phrase, “bad teams make dumb picks” a long time ago, and this is a case where the good teams are trying to bait a bad team to make yet another dumb pick.

    Pick change; previously Josh Allen, DE/LB

  5. Washington Redskins: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
    TRADE!!! I projected this one last week, and I’m going to keep it in this update. The Redskins have nothing at quarterback in the wake of Alex Smith’s injury. Drafting at No. 15, they may miss out on all the first-round signal-callers. They have to move up, and it makes sense to move past the Giants so they can get their guy. The Buccaneers, meanwhile, aren’t in a great spot at No. 5, as it’s a bit too early for Jawaan Taylor. A trade between the two teams could happen, and I imagine the Redskins would surrender their 2020 first-round pick, their 2019 second-rounder and maybe something else.

    So, which quarterback will it be? Based on Charlie Campbell’s reporting in the Senior Bowl Rumors page, it sounds like Washington prefers Daniel Jones over the other quarterbacks at this time, but fears that he’ll be off the board by No. 15.

    Daniel Jones has positive arm strength and athleticism, and he could be the second quarterback off the board because of his upside. In fact, Charlie Campbell reported that three NFL general managers believe he’ll be the first quarterback taken in the 2019 NFL Draft. Some are comparing him to Carson Wentz.



  6. San Francisco 49ers: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
    If things unfold like this for the 49ers, Jon Lynch will have won the 2019 NFL Draft. Quinnen Williams would make sense for him at No. 2 overall, but to get Williams at No. 6 after trading down would be a tremendous haul.

    Williams had a breakout performance this season, and sources Charlie Campbell spoke to early in the season believed Williams would be a high first-round pick. Williams is now a likely top-three selection.

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
    I’ve been mocking a quarterback to the Jaguars for as far as I can remember. However, in the wake of the hire of John DeFilippo as offensive coordinator, I believe there’s a good chance that the Jaguars will pursue Nick Foles to be their next signal-caller. DeFilippo coached Foles when the two won a Super Bowl together during the 2017 season, so the pairing makes a ton of sense.

    With quarterback being off the table, the Jaguars can take a defensive lineman. Yes, another one. Jacksonville is loaded up front, but it also has one of the worst cap situations in the NFL. There’s a good chance the Jaguars will have to cut Malik Jackson and/or Marcell Dareus, plus Calais Campbell turns 33 in September, so Oliver would be a great, cheaper replacement in 2020 and beyond.

    Oliver was a highly productive defensive lineman for Houston, recording a ridiculous 22.5 TFLs as a freshman. He was a monster this season before getting hurt and currently projects to be a top-10 talent in the 2019 NFL Draft.



  8. Detroit Lions: Devin White, LB, LSU
    The Lions have one of the worst linebacking corps in the NFL. They can’t cover anyone over the middle of the field. They need to add a player who can become the leader of their defensive unit at the position. If they do so, perhaps they’ll finally be able to compete with some of the top teams in their division.

    Devin White was extremely productive this past season, logging 133 tackles. A projected running back, White is still learning the position, which is crazy considering how great he was in 2017. White is already generating a buzz for the 2019 NFL Draft, as Charlie Campbell reported in the NFL Hot Press.

  9. Buffalo Bills: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
    I’ve had the Bills selecting Christian Wilkins in my past several updates, but I don’t think they’ll be able to pass on the top tackle in the 2019 NFL Draft if he’s available. The Bills must protect Josh Allen, who did not have quality blocking in his rookie campaign.

    Jawaan Taylor has some great feet for his size (6-5, 340) and likely will be the first tackle off the board.

    Pick change; previously Rashan Gary, DT



  10. Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
    Charlie Campbell was the first to report in the Senior Bowl Rumors page that the Broncos like Drew Lock more than any other quarterback, so it sounds like Lock would be the pick if available.

    Drew Lock has a great arm and can make any throw, but he really needs to work on his field vision and accuracy. He should probably be taken in the second round, but we’ve seen teams reach for quarterbacks over the years. And besides, teams like Lock’s gritty attitude and work ethic. He loves football, so he’ll try hard to improve his flaws.

  11. Cincinnati Bengals: Cody Ford, OT/G, Oklahoma
    The Bengals are always on the lookout for rare athletes, and this could qualify. Cody Ford is a massive, 335-pound right tackle who has great athleticism for his massive frame. The Bengals must continue to rebuild their offensive line, and Ford would be a tremendous addition to the unit.

  12. Green Bay Packers: Rashan Gary, DE/DT, Michigan
    Muhammad Wilkerson played well for the Packers in two-and-a-half games, but he then suffered a season-ending injury. He signed just a 1-year contract anyway. A replacement will be needed if he leaves.

    Rashan Gary is an athletic freak. He wasn’t extremely productive as a freshman, but he recorded five sacks and 11 tackles for loss in 2017. His teammates believe he’ll be a top-10 pick.

    Pick change; previously Montez Sweat, DE/OLB

  13. Miami Dolphins: Clelin Ferrell, DE/OLB, Clemson
    Adam Gase leaked that the Dolphins’ plans are to wait for a quarterback until the 2020 NFL Draft. They’re not in a position to select a signal-caller here anyway, so they’ll have to go with another position.

    The Dolphins are going to cut Robert Quinn soon, while Cameron Wake doesn’t have much time remaining with the team. An edge rusher is needed, and Clelin Ferrell has been discussed as a “classic” Patriots player. This should interest new head coach Brian Flores, who was New England’s defensive coordinator last year.

    Ferrell has elite athleticism, and he could’ve been a top-15, or even a top-10 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft had he declared (perhaps No. 6 overall to the Colts.) Charlie Campbell has reported in the NFL Hot Press that teams aren’t as high on Ferrell this year, but he should still be taken in the 12-20 range.

    Pick change; previously Kyler Murray, QB

  14. Atlanta Falcons: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
    The Falcons were expected to address their defensive line during the previous draft, but they didn’t do enough to improve that area. They’ll need to make amends for that next spring.

    Christian Wilkins has superior speed and athleticism as an interior disruptor. He was unstoppable in the national championship.

  15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
    The Buccaneers missed out on the top tackle in the 2019 NFL Draft by trading down, but for a 2020 first-round pick and a 2019 second-rounder, it definitely makes sense. Besides, there are at least two other first-round-caliber tackles worth taking for the Buccaneers to improve their dire situation on the blind side.

    Jonah Williams had a great freshman year as Alabama’s right tackle. He then took over on the blind side with Cam Robinson gone. Charlie Campbell spoke to sources who believe Williams will be taken in the second half of the opening round.



  16. Carolina Panthers: Montez Sweat, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
    The Panthers have major issues in their secondary, but perhaps they wouldn’t be as dire if they had a better pass rush. Carolina was just 20th in adjusted sack rate in 2018, so that would improve with this selection.

    Montez Sweat registered 10.5 sacks in his first season, and he has major potential. He has a big frame and could stand to pack on 20 pounds of muscle, so the potential is there. Sweat was terrific at the Senior Bowl and has risen into top-15 consideration.

    Pick change; previously Clelin Ferrell, DE


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