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2019 NFL Mock Draft by rsn3214 - 12.31
Published at 12/31/2018 1:37:36 PM

First Mock! Draft Order set, regular season over.

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Round 1

1. Cardinals: Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

As of now, the consensus number 1 across the board. A lot can happen and I personally don't think Bosa is the slam dunk number 1 pick, but for now he is the top guy.

2. 49ers: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

The board is filled with talented rushers and interior lineman, but the Niners have taken these types of players the last few years. Protecting Jimmy Garoppolo is the goal for the Niners going forward, and Jonah Williams seems like a legitimate bet for number 1 overall.

3. Jaguars: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

Trade-The Jags trade up to get the top QB in this class. They are arguably the most QB desperate team in the draft and Haskins has shown a lot as a first year starter. The Giants could also trade up, but my belief is Eli is going to have another year as the starter in NY.

4. Raiders: Greedy Williams, Cornerback, LSU

The Raiders have one of the historically bad defenses and have been trying to fill their CB gap for years. Gareon Conley is a good player, but getting a shutdown corner at 4 a la Denzel Ward last year is the logical move.

5. Buccaneers: Josh Allen, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

Interior lineman are the cream of the crop in this draft, but many of the teams picking high either have taken players in that position recently or have established starters in that spot. The Bucs need a talented pass rusher/playmaker on defense and Josh Allen seems like a lock as a top 8-10 pick in this draft.

6. Giants: Prospect not selected

The Giants stay pat at 6 and stick with Eli another year. In this edition they get arguably the best prospect in the draft, and an absolute cog in a defense which has a chance to be good next year.

7. Jets: Jachai Polite, Defensive End, Florida

The Jets take one of the most dynamic players in this draft for a team which needs pass rushers and playmakers. Polite is a player I think is bound to continue rising up draft boards as we get closer to the draft and has a chance to be special.

8. Lions: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

The Lions take the BPA and someone to possibly pair with Snacks Harrison, creating a terrifying defensive front. Oliver can be a gamechanger and has consistently shown huge talent and potential.

9. Broncos: Deionte Thompson, Safety, Alabama

The Broncos always seem to be reloading on defense, and taking the BPA in a spot that could use strengthening will only enhance a tough unit. Deionte Thompson is a huge talent, although the Broncos need offensive help as well.

10. Bills: Marquise Brown, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

The Bills have quite a few needs, and skill positions are probably chief among them. I think Marquise Brown is the best WR prospect in this draft and will be the best receiver in this class when all is said and done. Josh Allen looks promising, now surrounding him with weapons is the goal.

11. Panthers: Prospect not selected

12. Broncos: Prospect not selected

13. Bengals: Prospect not selected

14. Packers: Prospect not selected

15. Dolphins: Prospect not selected

16. Redskins: Prospect not selected


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