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2019 NFL Mock Draft by AJScout - 3 rounds FINAL
Published at 4/8/2019 9:10:30 PM

one month update (4/8), default order + first round trades, no compensatory picks, Giants forfeit 3:7 (Sam Beal)

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Cardinals: Kyler Murray, Quarterback, Oklahoma

In Kliff Kingsbury's own words, it's "a done deal."


2. 49ers: Quinnen Williams, 3-4 Defensive End, Alabama

The fourth first round pick at defensive lineman in the past five years will be the last for a while. Dee Ford was signed to shore up the edge, and Solomon Thomas might find renewed success as a pass rush specialist opposite him.


3. Jets: Josh Allen, Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

The Jets opt for the better fit in Josh Allen, who is nothing short of special on the end of a 3-4 front. A pass rush upgrade has been needed for some time.


4. Raiders: Nick Bosa, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Ohio State

In a dream scenario for Oakland, Nick Bosa falls to the Raiders, who are happy to begin to recover the loss of Khalil Mack a year ago. A league-worst 13 sacks last year just won't cut it in 2019.


5. Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

TRADE: WAS sends 1:15, 2:14, and 2020-2nd to TB for 1:5

The Redskins acquired Case Keenum from the Broncos already, but he has yet to win the job from Colt McCoy. Dwayne Haskins is the best pro-style QB in the class, and that comes with his outstanding intangibles.


6. Giants: D.K. Metcalf, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss

No matter who is at the helm in 2019, OBJ has to be replaced. The Golden Tate signing was a start, but a generational prospect like D.K. Metcalf will change the conversation entirely.


7. Jaguars: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

After adding Nick Foles in free agency, nothing is holding the Jaguars back from making another deep run. Reuniting Jonah Williams and Cam Robinson makes this offensive line solid across the board, and Foles can get to work.


8. Lions: Montez Sweat, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State

Even after signing Trey Flowers from the Patriots, there is still the question of who will play opposite him. Sweat blew up the combine with a 40 time of 4.41 seconds (a defensive lineman record) and that explosiveness shows on film.


9. Bills: T.J. Hockenson, Tight End, Iowa

With Charles Clay departed for the Cardinals, a vacancy exists at tight end for the Bills. Hockenson has drawn comparisons to Travis Kelce and offers the developing Josh Allen a big, reliable target in the middle of the field.


10. Broncos: Rashan Gary, 3-4 Defensive End, Michigan

While not the biggest need for Denver, Rashan Gary is a top-5 talent and can push Adam Gotsis for a starting job inside.


11. Bengals: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

The Bengals are looking for help at linebacker and Devin White fits in nicely on the weak side, left open by Vontaze Burfict (Raiders). White, however, will have his impact felt all over the field with 4.42 speed and pop.


12. Packers: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

Ed Oliver has seen his value jump around in the lead-up to the draft, but Aaron Donald comparisons are back in full force following a tremendous showing at Houston's pro day.


13. Dolphins: Jawaan Taylor, Offensive Tackle, Florida

Jawaan Taylor and Laremy Tunsil will bolster the offensive line for a Dolphins team that seems content to wait until 2020 to draft a passer, with Ryan Fitzpatrick set to start in 2019.


14. Falcons: Greedy Williams, Cornerback, LSU

After narrowly missing out on Ed Oliver, the Falcons will address their other big need on defense with Greedy Williams, the latest product out of DBU. A combination of speed, size, and cover skills point to a productive NFL career.


15. Buccaneers: Devin Bush, Inside Linebacker, Michigan

TRADE: WAS sends 1:15, 2:14, and 2020-2nd to TB for 1:5

Tampa Bay will be happy to add Bush's speed (4.43) and cover skills to a linebacking corps reeling from the loss of Kwon Alexander.


16. Panthers: Clelin Ferrell, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Clemson

With Julius Peppers retired and starting ends Bruce Irvin (31) and Mario Addison (also 31) not getting any younger, the need is apparent at defensive end. Ferrell is a well-rounded player and a good fit in the Panthers' 4-3 front.


Picks 1-16



 








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