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2019 NFL Mock Draft by Juan Castellanos
Published at 4/23/2019 7:38:16 PM

Final Mock of the Season, No Trades, 6 Rounds, Enjoy

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Round 1

1. Cardinals: Kyler Murray, Quarterback, Oklahoma

Best QB in the Draft in my eyes. Arizona should have no second thoughts about his play on the field. He has a great arm, and has a natural ability to run from pressure.
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2. 49ers: Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

Best pass rusher in the draft. And he is a lock here for the 49ers. Dee ford and Nick Bosa. They are putting together a very good team.


3. Jets: Josh Allen, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

His athletic ability and instinct in getting after the QB are insane. He has a good skill set and moves for getting after the QB. The Jets need a a guy who can truly get after Tom and Josh Allen.


4. Raiders: Prospect not selected

Best Player available. Williams is my favorite player in the draft and the Raiders have got to be happy with this pick. Solid player who can do it all from the interior.


5. Buccaneers: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

He can blitz, tackle, cover, play sideline to sideline. He is an amazing athlete and would be a great addition to the team.


6. Giants: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

Giants need a QB, there is no way around it. They need a guy who can win games. Snag a guy on a rookie deal and build a team around him and Saquon.


7. Jaguars: T.J. Hockenson, Tight End, Iowa

Best TE in the draft, he can catch and block. Foles would love to have a reliable, security blanket who can also stretch the field. Hockenson is a great addition to the roster.


8. Lions: Montez Sweat, Defensive End, Mississippi State

He is another one of my favorites, Sweat has the ideal build for an elite pass rusher. Sweat would be a great fit with what Patricia wants to build.


9. Bills: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

Ed Oliver is a great fit and replacement needed on the D-line. Oliver is one of my favorites, and in my eyes in a top 5 player in this draft. Oliver can do so much, run defense and sacks. Oliver is a steal.


10. Broncos: Prospect not selected

New HC needs good linebackers to have a legit defense. And Bush would be a great building block for Bush. He can do so much all over the field. Great day one starter.


11. Bengals: Jawaan Taylor, Offensive Tackle, Florida

They need to rebuild the O-Line. Taylor would be a solid player going forward. Taylor can play inside and out, and can be a solid piece in the rotation for years to come. Help with the run and pass game. Very athletic.


12. Packers: Andre Dillard, Offensive Tackle, Washington State

They need to protect Aaron Rodgers. Dillard is the best pass blocker in the draft. Dillard can be the future left tackle for years. He can start at right with Bulaga plays out, but moving forward could be a strong piece in protecting Rodgers.


13. Dolphins: Rashan Gary, Defensive End, Michigan

Brian Flores is going to be implementing his new defense and he needs solid players to build around. He has Fitzpatrick and Howard in the back, and he adds Gary a do it all type of DE.


14. Falcons: Brian Burns, Defensive End, Florida State

Vic Beasly so far has turned out to be pretty average, only has had one great season in the NFL. Brian Burns is a true pass rusher, and playing him alongside Beasly could be lethal. Burns is a great long althlete and can get after QBs.


15. Redskins: Drew Lock, Quarterback, Missouri

They snag Drew Lock at 15, Lock can be a solid starter in the league. He should not start right away, and it is vital that they find a new QB and develop him into a good starter in a division with Wentz and Dak and Haskins.


16. Panthers: Cody Ford, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Cam Newton has been bullied his entire career due to a lack of a solid offensive line. Ford can play the pass and the run, he can play in and out. He would be a good investment to improve the offense overall.





 








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