2019 NFL Draft Awards: Biggest Reach Day 2

By Charlie Campbell.
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With the 2019 NFL Draft in the books, it is only fair to dish out some awards for a job well done by a number of teams across the NFL. It also doesn’t hurt to look at which teams may have made regrettable picks.

Pass along your thoughts on these awards and the 2019 NFL Draft. I may put together a mail bag that answers questions/comments sent via email [email protected] or on Twitter @draftcampbell.





Biggest Reach Day 2: San Francisco 49ers: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Hurd was projected by many media members to be an early-round pick, but I know teams that had him graded as low as the late rounds and undrafted ranks. Those teams point to Hurd lacking speed and feel that he won’t be able to separate from NFL receivers. He also has some makeup issues that concerns teams about him fitting in the locker room. Hurd was a third-day prospect according to other teams, so taking him at the top of the third round with the 67th-overall pick was a huge reach by San Francisco.

Honorable Mentions: Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Sean Bunting, Oakland Raiders cornerback Trayvon Mullen, Detroit Lions linebacker Jahlani Tavai, Houston Texans cornerback Lonnie Johnson, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella and Houston Texans tight end Kahale Warring.

2017 Winner: C.J. Beathard, 49ers
2016 Winner: Roberto Aguayo, Buccaneers
2015 Winner: Jordan Richards, Patriots
2014 Winner: Jack Mewhort, Colts
2013 Winner: Duron Harmon, Patriots
2012 Winner: Bryan Anger, Jaguars

Once again, pass along your thoughts on these awards and the 2019 NFL Draft. I may together a mail bag that answers questions/comments sent via email [email protected] or on Twitter @draftcampbell.








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