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Sunday Evening, Full Two Round 2019 NFL Mock Draft



As of the day this is published, we’re 18 sleeps from the 2019 NFL Draft.  We’ve made it through the combine, free agency and the pro days, and all we have left are rumors and smokescreens.  Let’s send the first Sunday evening in April off with a two round mock draft, and make this waiting around period a little more interesting.

  1. Arizona:  Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma – The worst kept secret in the league comes to fruition. Now where will Josh Rosen end up?
  2. San Francisco: Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio State – Dream scenario for the 49ers to have Bosa drop to them, and one they won’t mess up.
  3. New York Jets:  Josh Allen, Edge, Kentucky – The Jets have been apprehensive about drafting pass rushers this high since the Vernon Gholston disaster, but its time to give it another shot.
  4. Oakland:  Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama – Devin White will be tempting for the Raiders, but Mike Mayock does the right thing and selects potentially the best player in the draft.
  5. Tampa Bay: Devin White, LB, LSU – The Bucs find Kwon Alexander’s replacement and a centerpiece for Tampa’s new defensive scheme under Todd Bowles.
  6. New York Giants: Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan – Dave Gettleman tries to fix the Giants pass rush with their first of two first rounders, and Gary checks all of his boxes in a prospect.
  7. Jacksonville: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida – The Jaguars have to protect their new QB; Taylor is a riser who will immediately upgrade the right side of their line
  8. Detroit: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston – While he may not fit Matt Patricia’s prototype for a defensive lineman, it’s just hard to see Oliver falling any further than this.
  9. Buffalo: Montez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi State – The Bills will only have one defensive end under contract after the season.   Sweat is a long, athletic end with a daunting bull rush, who will slide across from Jerry Hughes to immediately improve the defensive line.
  10. Denver: Devon Bush, LB, Michigan  – The speedy Bush is a riser who will continue to reinforce the Bronco’s already stout defense.
  11.  Cincinnati: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State – The Bengals have a new young coach who wants to start fresh with his own QB.    
  12. Green Bay: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama  – Williams addresses some question marks on the right side of the Packers’ line.
  13. Miami: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson – Wilkins follows his former Clemson defensive line coach to Miami.
  14. Atlanta: Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State – The Falcons add another pass rusher to offset Vic Beasley’s struggles.
  15. Washington: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri  – It’s between Jones and Lock here, and there’s a good chance the Giants jump ahead of Washington for Jones.
  16. Carolina: Clelin Ferrell, Edge, Clemson – The Panthers have a massive need at pass rusher, and Ferrell has the frame they covet.
  17. New York Giants (from Cleveland): Daniel Jones, QB, Duke – The Giants will zone in on Jones as Eli Manning’s eventual replacement.
  18. Minnesota: Cody Ford, OL , Oklahoma – The Vikings take the best offensive lineman, one whom they should be ecstatic to see on the board this late.
  19. Tennessee: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa – There’s no more excuses for Marcus Mariota after this year.  Hockenson will be very endearing to Mike Vrabel.
  20. Pittsburgh: DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss – The semi-slide ends for Metcalf, immediately forecasting continuity to the Steelers dangerous pass game.
  21. Seattle: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU – Leave it to Seattle to develop Williams into a more physical cornerback.
  22. Baltimore: Garrett Bradbury, IOL, North Carolina – With the best linebackers off the board, the Ravens revert to fixing their interior offensive line.
  23. Houston: Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State – Risner is going to bring some toughness to the line that must find a way to protect their young quarterback.
  24. Oakland (from Chicago): Byron Murphy, CB, Washington – The Raiders are turning this ship around quickly, with another very solid draft pick at a position of need.
  25. Philadelphia: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State – Dillard needs some work on his run blocking, but he’ll have time to develop in Philly and provide continuity when Jason Peters calls it quits.
  26. Indianapolis: AJ Brown, WR, Mississippi – Brown is the perfect compliment to TY Hilton and should be favourite target of Andrew Luck’s immediately.     
  27. Oakland (from Dallas):  Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama – Jon Gruden will be all smiles as the Raiders get the best running back in the class.
  28. Los Angeles Chargers: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame – Tillery is a freakish talent who will provide the Chargers with yet another disruptive defensive lineman.
  29. Kansas City – Chase Winovich, Edge, Michigan – Don’t sleep on Winovich sneaking into the first round, especially given the Chiefs dire need for a 4-3 defensive end.
  30. Green Bay (from New Orleans) – Noah Fant, TE, Iowa – Fant’s speed has nothing on the Packer’s front office sprinting to the podium if he’s on the board.
  31. Los Angeles Rams: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia  – The Rams get a real steal here in perhaps the only true shutdown corner in this draft.
  32. New England: Jeffrey Simmons, DT, Mississippi State – Simmons is just too good a value here at a position of need for the Patriots.
  33. Arizona: Chris Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College – The Cardinals draft the best available offensive lineman.
  34. Indianapolis (from New York Jets): Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson – The Colts have a massive (no pun intended) need on the interior of their defensive line.
  35. Oakland: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware – The Raiders supposedly fell in love with Adderley at the Senior Bowl.
  36. San Francisco: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina – The 49ers need to add more weapons in the passing game.
  37. New York Giants: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State – Could Butler be a sleeper replacement for Odell Beckham in New York?
  38. Jacksonville: N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State – Harry is the big, physical red zone threat the Jaguars lack.
  39. Tampa Bay: Jachai Polite, Edge, Florida – Polite’s fall ends in Florida, as Tampa is looking for a stand up rusher.
  40. Buffalo: Irv Smith, TE, Alabama – Sean McDermott has let it be known that he wants a chains mover in Buffalo, similar to what he had with Greg Olsen in Carolina.
  41. Denver: Erik McCoy, IOL, Texas A&M – McCoy looks to replace the departed Matt Paradis.  
  42. Cincinnati: Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington – The Bengals will keep trying to update their offensive line until they get it right. 
  43. Detroit: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma – The Lions get a steal in Brown this late in the draft, and suddenly have a new, speed dynamic on offence.
  44. Green Bay: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida – Great value at a position of need for the Packers.
  45. Atlanta: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State – Layne is a riser whose length should appeal to the Falcons.
  46. Washington: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State – The Redskins need to replace Jamison Crowder.
  47. Carolina: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland – Savage is another riser who will battle for the free safety job in Carolina.
  48. Miami: Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia – Cajuste should be a day one starter on the right side of the Dolphins line.
  49. Cleveland: Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia – Thornhill has all of the measurements that John Dorsey looks for in a prospect, at a position of need.
  50. Minnesota: Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas – The Vikings draft a versatile lineman to replace Sheldon Richardson.
  51. Tennessee : Elgton Jenkins, IOL, Mississippi State – Jenkins should compete to start right away on the Titans’ depleted interior.
  52. Pittsburgh: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama – Wilson gives the Steelers a playmaker to replace Ryan Shazier.
  53. Philadelphia (from Baltimore): L.J. Collier, Edge, TCU – Collier is a strong defensive lineman getting lots of interest from many teams this draft season.
  54. Houston (from Seattle): Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple – Ya-Sin slides a little due to average measurables.
  55. Houston: Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State – Houston adds a tone setting young safety to their revamped backfield.
  56. New England (from Chicago): Jaylon Ferguson, Edge, Louisiana Tech – Ferguson is a power rusher that fits the Patriots defensive scheme perfectly.
  57. Philadelphia: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State – The Eagles will be looking for an upgrade and a workhorse at running back.
  58. Dallas: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama – Thompson will compete for playing time at a position of weakness in Dallas.
  59. Indianapolis: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State – Another sliding corner, who should thrive in the Colts’ heavy zone scheme.
  60. LA Chargers: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame – The Chargers are good enough to afford to grab the BPA, and also need some depth at corner.
  61. Kansas City: Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky – Johnson has all the tools, and the Chiefs have an urgent need for bodies in their secondary.
  62. New Orleans: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford -The Saints will be very happy to find the rising Arcega-Whiteside on the board here.
  63. Kansas City (from LAR): Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri – The Chiefs want to keep the weapons coming for Pat Mahomes.
  64. New England: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M – Sternberger is a big play tight end with big shoes to fill in New England.