2019 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 – Picks 17-32

Last update: Monday, April 22, 2019. Round 7 added.
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  1. New York Giants: Clelin Ferrell, DE/OLB, Clemson
    The Giants bolstered their defensive line with Rashan Gary at No. 6 overall, but I don’t think they’ll be happy with just one selection used on the front seven. General manager Dave Gettleman has made it known that he wants to improve the pass rush, which makes sense, given all of the front-seven talent in this class. Here, the Giants grab an edge rusher to replace Olivier Vernon.

    Clelin Ferrell 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.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Quarterback – The three first-round signal-callers not named Kyler Murray are in play here, but I have the feeling that the Giants will wait until the 2020 NFL Draft to find a successor for Eli Manning (and correctly so.)

    2. Montez Sweat, DE/OLB – There’s a chance Sweat could fall as a result of his heart condition. The Giants may take a chance on him here, as he would provide tremendous value.

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    Pick change; previously Daniel Jones, QB

  2. Minnesota Vikings: Jonah Williams, OT/G, Alabama
    The Vikings overpaid for Kirk Cousins, so now they have to transition from a defensive team to an offensive one. An improved offensive line will allow Cousins to survive until Week 17, when he can once again choke with a playoff bid on the line.

    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. Short arm length is a big concern for Williams.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Cody Ford/Garrett Bradbury, OL – The Vikings almost certainly have to address their offensive line in the first round, given how poor Kirk Cousins’ protection was last year.

    2. Devin Bush, LB – Here’s another option if the Vikings don’t like any of the first-round linemen available when they’re on the clock. They’ve struggled to cover in space for a long time, and Bush would help fix that.

    Pick change; previously Cody Ford, G/OT

  3. Tennessee Titans: Garrett Bradbury, C/G, N.C. State
    This mirrors the Carolina pick from three selections ago. It’s popular to mock a defensive lineman or an edge rusher to the Titans, but they need to make sure Marcus Mariota is as well protected as possible. Mariota has never played a full season. That must change.

    Garrett Bradberry is an athletic interior lineman who used to be a former tight end.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Christian Wilkins, DT – Mike Vrabel loves Wilkins and would jump at the opportunity to draft him if he’s available.

    2. Cody Ford, G – Here’s another offensive line option, as protecting Marcus Mariota is the priority.

    Pick change; previously Christian Wilkins, DT



  4. Pittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
    Pittsburgh’s defense has taken a big step backward ever since it lost Ryan Shazier to his unfortunate injury. I have to believe that the Steelers will be interested in a highly athletic linebacker like Devin Bush to take Shazier’s place.

    Bush is an explosive linebacker who could be the second player at the position off the board in the first round, following Devin White.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Byron Murphy, CB – Here’s another top-20 landing spot for Murphy. The Steelers need to improve their secondary, so they could select the top cornerback in this class.

    2. Cody Ford/Greg Little, OT – The Steelers lost Marcus Gilbert to the Cardinals this offseason, so perhaps they’ll be on the lookout for a new right tackle in the opening round.

  5. Seattle Seahawks: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
    I don’t believe the Seahawks will be drafting at No. 21. They’ll likely trade down once or twice into the 30-40 range and select a prospect who should be taken in that area. Perhaps that prospect will be A.J. Brown, whose impressive combine numbers have been overlooked because of what D.K. Metcalf did. The Seahawks could use a third receiver to go with Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett.

    Brown was a great weapon for Ole Miss the past couple of years despite their turmoil. Unlike his more-athletic teammate, D.K. Metcalf, Brown was actually productive while in school.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Noah Fant, TE – The Seahawks have needed a tight end for a couple of years now, so Fant is someone they could trade down for as well.

    2. Greg “Mr. Reliable” Little/Erik McCoy, OL – Here are some other players who could be available after trading down. The offensive line must be addressed at some point.

    Pick change; previously Noah Fant, TE



  6. Baltimore Ravens: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
    The Ravens lost John Brown and Michael Crabtree in free agency. They have a huge void at receiver, which they could fill with Marquise Brown. I imagine that Baltimore will be looking for a receiver with electrifying speed to pair with Lamar Jackson’s arm.

    Brown is a small receiver (5-11, 162), but he can bolt for the end zone any time he gets his hands on the ball.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Clelin Ferrell, DE/OLB – I don’t think Ferrell will be available, but if he is, it’ll be difficult for the Ravens to pass on him.

    2. Josh Jacobs, RB – Ozzie Newsome is no longer the general manager, but he’s still involved in the organization, which means any talented Alabama prospect is still in consideration.

    Pick change; previously Parris Campbell, WR

  7. Houston Texans: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
    The Texans planned on pursuing Trent Brown in free agency, but missed out on him. They’ll have to look toward the 2019 NFL Draft to obtain a much-needed solid presence on the blind side to provide protection for Deshaun Watson.

    Greg “Mr. Reliable” Little was a five-star recruit coming out of high school. He could be a top-20 pick, but will probably go in the 21-30 range.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Garrett Bradbury/Erik McCoy/Cody Ford, OL – The other offensive linemen who could be available at this juncture all make sense for the Texans, who must improve Watson’s poor protection.

    2. Byron Murphy, CB – Outside of the offensive line, Houston’s greatest need is at cornerback, so the top player at the position would make sense.

    Pick change; previously Clelin Ferrell, DE/OLB



  8. Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
    Jon Gruden loves to run the ball, but the problem is that he currently doesn’t have a viable back on his roster. With all of the defensive positions of need unable to be filled at No. 24, save for cornerback, the Raiders could pursue the top running back in this class at this juncture.

    Josh Jacobs is a power runner who can make athletic cuts. He has loads of potential, and sources Charlie Campbell has spoken to have ranted and raved about Jacobs.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Byron Murphy, CB – Here’s another potential landing spot for Murphy, as the Raiders must upgrade their secondary.

    2. Devin Bush, LB – The Raiders need a new linebacker. The Steelers stand in their way of obtaining Bush, so perhaps they’ll trade up.

  9. Philadelphia Eagles: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
    Doug Pederson learned from Andy Reid that bolstering the trenches is a major key to success. The Eagles may not have Brandon Brooks next year because of an injury he suffered in the playoffs, which is problematic because they already had a need at guard.

    Chris Lindstrom is solid in all aspects and showed more athleticism than many anticipated at the combine.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Josh Jacobs, RB – The Eagles wanted Sony Michel last year. They traded for Jordan Howard, but I don’t think that’ll preclude them from using their first-round pick on Jacobs.

    2. Garrett Bradbury/Erik McCoy, OL – Here are the other offensive line options. If the Eagles choose a blocker, I believe it’ll be someone for the interior. They have their successor for Jason Peters in Jordan Mailata.



  10. Indianapolis Colts: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
    The Colts dropped 19 passes in the three games T.Y. Hilton missed in 2018. They need to make sure their offense can function if Hilton suffers an injury this upcoming season. They signed Devin Funchess to help the receiving corps, but Funchess has never accomplished anything in the NFL, and he won’t preclude Indianapolis from adding a talented wideout.

    D.K. Mamula, I mean, D.K. Metcalf didn’t look like a No. 1 receiver at Ole Miss, as he was unproductive while running poor routes. However, he posted elite numbers at the combine, displaying a ridiculous amount of upside.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Byron Murphy/Rock Ya-Sin, CB – Cornerback is a big need for the Colts, who couldn’t stop Patrick Mahomes from torching them in the divisional round of the playoffs.

    2. Dre’Mont Jones/Dexter Lawrence, DT – The other prominent area of need for Indianapolis is the defensive front. Edge rusher is the bigger need, but defensive tackle could be addressed as well.

    Pick change; previously A.J. Brown, WR

  11. Oakland Raiders: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
    The Raiders seem desperate to replace Jared Cook. The highly athletic tight end was a key part of the offense last year, as he and Derek Carr developed a great rapport. Oakland will need a new tight end for Carr to throw inaccurate checkdowns to.

    Noah Fant is an athletic marvel, proving so at the combine. He needs to improve his blocking, but his receiving ability could allow him to be a first-round pick. However, some off-the-field concerns could push him closer to Day 2.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Quarterback – There’s a chance that a quarterback – probably Dwayne Haskins – will drop to the mid-20s. If so, the Raiders could pull the trigger.

    2. Jachai Polite, DE – If the Raiders miss out on Josh Allen at No. 4 overall, they could target an edge rusher with one of their other selections.

    Pick change; previously Byron Murphy, CB

  12. Los Angeles Chargers: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
    The Chargers have a shutdown cornerback in Casey Hayward, but they have a huge hole opposite of him. They could snatch the first cornerback off the board to fill that huge need.

    Byron Murphy is a very instinctive, ball-hawking cornerback. I’ve had him high in my 2020 NFL Mock Draft, but he declared despite being a redshirt sophomore. Murphy received second-round grades from the draft committee, but there aren’t 32 first-round-caliber prospects in this class, so Murphy could sneak into the end of Day 1.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Greg Little/Garrett Bradbury/Erik McCoy, OL – All of the offensive line options are in play for this pick, as the Chargers couldn’t protect Philip Rivers in their loss to the Patriots.

    2. Dre’Mont Jones, DT – Defensive tackle is the other big need the Chargers could address at No. 28.

    Pick change; previously Dre’Mont Jones, DT

  13. Kansas City Chiefs: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
    The Chiefs need secondary and linebacker help, but they’re getting the best player available with this selection. Andy Reid loves to take second chances on players, so I think this makes sense.

    Dexter Lawrence is a monster of a defensive tackle (6-5, 340) and is exceptional at both stuffing the run and pressuring the quarterback. He has fallen in mock drafts because of his positive drug test.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Wide Receiver – The four wide receivers who could be chosen in the first round – Marquise Brown, D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown, Parris Campbell – are all in play here, given Tyreek Hill’s legal problems.

    2. Rock Ya-Sin/Greedy Williams, CB – The Chiefs have a big need at cornerback. It makes more sense to address it in the second round, but players at those positions are definitely in play at No. 29.

  14. Green Bay Packers: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
    The Packers taking a quarterback!? What’s the meaning of this, exactly? Well, they’ve been meeting with some of the first-round signal-callers in this class, so it’s certainly a possibility. Given Aaron Rodgers’ age and declining durability, it’s something they must consider if one of the four first-round quarterbacks falls to No. 30. In this case, it’s Dwayne Haskins, who is reportedly going to have a free fall on Draft Day, as Rodgers once did.

    Haskins has a tremendous skill set, but is not a finished product at the moment. Teams don’t have first-round grades on him, so he could fall into the 20s, or to No. 30, as seen in this mock draft.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Greg Little/Garrett Bradbury/Erik McCoy, OL – The Packers must protect Aaron Rodgers at all cost, so offensive line is in play at No. 30.

    2. Noah Fant, TE – I don’t think the Packers will use a first-round pick on a receiver, but taking a tight end makes sense, as Jimmy Graham must be upgraded.

    Pick change; previously Dre’Mont Jones, DT

  15. Los Angeles Rams: Erik McCoy, C/G, Texas A&M
    The Rams lost two key offensive linemen this offseason – Rodger Saffold, John Sullivan – and a third, Andrew Whitworth, doesn’t have much time remaining in the NFL. The Rams have boasted one of the top offensive lines in the NFL over the past couple of years, which was a huge factor in their success. That’s no longer the case, so Los Angeles needs to rebuild its blocking unit.

    Erik McCoy is an athletic center who is having a great year. He should be selected at some point on Day 2 and could even sneak into the back end of the first round.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Johnathan Abram, S – The Rams signed Eric Weddle, but they could opt for a long-term solution at the position.

    2. Rock Ya-Sin/Greedy Williams, CB – The Rams have other old defensive backs they’ll need to replace, so they could take a cornerback.

    Pick change; previously Garrett Bradbury, C/G



  16. New England Patriots: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
    The Patriots added a couple of receivers in free agency, but neither is the game-breaking player Tom Brady needs. With Rob Gronkowski retired, Brady’s only viable weapon is Julian Edelman, so that could certainly change with this selection. Parris Campbell seems like he’d be a perfect fit in New England’s offense.

    Campbell has big-play ability, but didn’t live up to it statistically in the past because of some poor passing. That changed late in 2018, as Campbell dominated Michigan in the regular-season finale. There’s a decent chance he’s the third receiver drafted.

    *** OTHER 2019 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Germaine Pratt, LB – The Patriots have needed help next to Dont’a Hightower for quite a while, so perhaps they’ll finally pull the trigger.

    2. Trade Up – The Patriots have two second-round picks, so they’re in a position to move up.

    Pick change; previously Jeffery Simmons, DE/DT



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