2019 NFL Mock Draft

Last update: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. 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 (3 rounds) updated Nov. 15. 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. Oakland Raiders: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
    The Giants may have beaten the 49ers on Monday night, but the real winner of that game was Oakland. The Raiders can now hold an auction for Justin Herbert in an attempt to acquire even more early-round selections. Of course, they could always select Herbert themselves, as they may not be believers in Derek Carr anymore. It’ll be an interesting six months!

    I’ll project some trades in the future, but for now, let’s assume there aren’t any deals. If the Raiders are on the clock, and Nick Bosa is available, it’s almost a lock that they’ll pick him unless they want Herbert. Oakland is in desperate need of multiple edge rushers in the wake of the Khalil Mack trade, and Bosa is arguably the top prospect in this entire class.

    Bosa has a tremendous skill set, and he was off to a great start in 2018 before injuring his knee. He should still be a top-five pick.

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  2. San Francisco 49ers: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
    If the Raiders don’t trade down and opt to select Nick Bosa, the 49ers certainly will. They’ll emerge as the winners of the Giants’ senseless Monday night victory. Everyone knows New York needs a quarterback, so if the likes of the Broncos, Jaguars and Buccaneers want to move up for Herbert, they’ll need to leapfrog New York to get him. San Francisco will receive an incredible haul for losing to New York. What a nice win for them!

    If the 49ers don’t trade down, they’ll be able to obtain one of the many other elite prospects on the defensive line in this class. Quinnen Williams arguably should be ranked over Bosa, so even though he doesn’t full a huge need for San Francisco, it would be difficult for John Lynch to pass on him.

    Williams has enjoyed a breakout performance this season, and he was dominant against LSU. Sources Charlie Campbell spoke to months ago believed Williams would be a high first-round pick.

  3. New York Giants: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
    It’s extremely unlikely that the Giants will land the top quarterback prospect in the class at No. 3 overall. Some team will trade up with the Raiders or 49ers for him. Perhaps New York will do it. If so, the Giants will certainly pay the price for not benching Eli Manning during the bye week, as they should have.

    Giants ownership pushed for a quarterback prior to the 2018 NFL Draft, but general manager David Gettleman opted for Saquon Barkley instead. After what has transpired this year, I can’t imagine Gettleman going against ownership’s wishes again.

    Justin Herbert played in just eight games last year, but has some major potential. He was accurate, completing 67 percent of his passes, and he also has nice size at 6-6, 225. He had a monster game versus Stanford and appears to now be the consensus top quarterback in this class. There’s been talk that Herbert will go back to school, but it’s still early in the process, and he still has time to make the correct decision.



  4. Arizona Cardinals: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
    The Cardinals failed to secure a replacement for Calais Campbell yet again this past offseason, but I have to believe that general manager Steve Keim is well aware of how loaded the 2019 NFL Draft class is of defensive linemen. As bad as Arizona needs blockers for Josh Rosen, it won’t be able to pass up on one of the four stud defensive tackles.

    Derrick Brown has great size (6-5, 316) and tons of upside. He can be a great interior disruptor if he lives up to his potential.

  5. New York Jets: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
    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 edge rushers.

    Clelin 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.)



  6. Buffalo Bills: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
    The Bills absolutely need to improve Josh Allen’s protection and receiving talent. It could be argued that Buffalo has the worst offensive line in the NFL.

    Greg “Mr. Reliable” Little was a five-star recruit coming out of high school. He’s an athletic left tackle who could become a top-10 pick.

  7. 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.

    Pick change; previously Rashan Gary, DE/DT



  8. Denver Broncos: Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State
    The Broncos could address their defensive front seven again if they get this sort of value, especially after surrendering 300 rushing yards to the Jets. Derek Wolfe’s health is always a concern, while Adam Gotsis has off-the-field concerns.

    Jeffrey Simmons is an extremely disruptive interior force, but was found guilty of simple assault charges. He should be a top-five pick if teams are fine with his off-the-field issues, as he has an amazing blend of power and athleticism.

    Pick change; previously Devin White, LB

  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
    I’ve avoided listing Drew Lock in the first round of recent updates because he’s been horrible against legitimate competition. He’s dominated the sisters of the poor in college football, but SEC defenses have given him problems. That changed this past Saturday when he torched a great Florida defense. That film could entice a team like the Jaguars to consider him in the first round. It would still be a reach, but Lock would at least give the fans some hope.

    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.



  10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
    The Buccaneers might be done with Jameis Winston. If it was just a matter of poor on-field play, that would be one thing. I could see them wanting to bring in a quarterback specialist to aid him. However, Winston has gotten into a ton of trouble off the field. Tampa Bay may want to move on to a quarterback who will actually take his professional career seriously.

    Daniel Jones has positive arm strength and athleticism, and he could be a first-round pick whenever he declares.

  11. Cleveland Browns: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
    The Browns have a strong defensive line, but they could use an interior player who can generate a heavy pass rush and help stop the run. This would take their defensive front over the top.

    Ed Oliver was a highly productive defensive lineman for Houston, recording a ridiculous 22.5 TFLs as a freshman. He’s been a monster this season and currently projects to be a top-five pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, so this is a steal for the Browns.

  12. Indianapolis Colts: Rashan Gary, DE/DT, Michigan
    The Colts, once again, should target the best player on their board. This time, they can focus on their defensive front, which I believe they would have done had Bradley Chubb been available.

    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 Jeffery Simmons, DT

  13. Oakland Raiders: Josh Allen, DE/LB, Kentucky
    The Raiders have tons of defensive problems, but they can definitely change that with their three first-round picks. They’ll be able to use the selection that they fleeced from the Cowboys to improve their atrocious linebacking corps.

    Josh Allen has great size, speed and athleticism, and he also has the versatility to play multiple positions. 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.

  14. Seattle Seahawks: Raekwon Davis, DE/DT, Alabama
    The Seahawks’ defense has regressed this year. Everyone points to the Legion of Boom, but Seattle also lost several starters on the defensive line.

    Raekwon Davis had a dominant performance in the national championship to cap off his excellent 2017 season in which he logged 8.5 sacks.

  15. Atlanta Falcons: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
    The Falcons were expected to address their defensive line during the draft, but the spend too much energy doing it. They’ll need to make amends for that next spring.

    Dexter Lawrence is a monster of a defensive tackle (6-5, 340) and is exceptional at both stuffing the run and pressuring the quarterback.



  16. Baltimore Ravens: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
    The Ravens have a great group of cornerbacks, but Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr will turn 31 and 33 this offseason, respectively. Also, Smith, who is not having a good year, will be entering his contract season while being owed close to $10 million.

    Trevon Diggs, younger brother of Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs, began as a receiver at Alabama, but was tremendous this season at cornerback before suffering a foot injury.


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