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1. San Francisco 49ers
The Pick: EDGE Nick Bosa, Ohio State
The San Francisco 49ers' season fell apart when injury struck quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running back Jerick McKinnon. The benefit of such a season could be earning the No. 1 overall selection and the chance to draft a special prospect in Ohio State's Nick Bosa.

Despite suffering a season-ending core muscle injury, Bosa is still the favorite from NFL scouts to be the top pick in the draft. He's big, physical, fast and has the technique to step right into the 49ers' scheme and make an impact as an outside pass-rusher.


2. Oakland Raiders
The Pick: DL Quinnen Williams, Alabama
The Oakland Raiders would be heartbroken to miss out on an elite pass-rushing prospect like Nick Bosa, but with the draft order currently favoring the 49ers and the draft lacking another edge-rusher worthy of Bosa's billing, Jon Gruden and Co. would need to turn away from their primary need.


3. New York Jets
The Pick: EDGE Josh Allen, Kentucky
Josh Allen has been the most dominant defensive player in the SEC this season, notching 18.5 tackles for a loss and 14 sacks. For the Jets, with a massive need at pass-rusher, Allen is both a need and a fit.


4. Arizona Cardinals
The Pick: DL Ed Oliver, Houston
Houston's Ed Oliver is among the most impactful players in the 2019 draft class, which is why he's an easy pick for the Arizona Cardinals as a force to plug into a promising defense. Oliver's undersized build (listed at 6'3", 293 lbs) has some in the scouting community comparing him to Aaron Donald. The Cardinals would gladly sign up for that impact.


5. Detroit Lions
The Pick: CB Greedy Williams, LSU
When a 6'3" cornerback who shows smart coverage instincts and can run and attack the ball comes along, NFL teams move quickly to draft him. That's what LSU's Greedy Williams is.


6. Atlanta Falcons
The Pick: DL/EDGE Rashan Gary, Michigan
The versatility of Rashan Gary is likely a major selling point to the Atlanta Falcons. He has an ability to line up either inside or outside of the tackle—and the 6'5", 282-pound Gary did both for Michigan.


7. New York Giants
The Pick: QB Justin Herbert, Oregon or QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State (if Herbert stays)
Will he or won't he enter the 2019 NFL draft? That's the biggest question surrounding Oregon junior quarterback Justin Herbert.
It's no secret the Giants need a young QB, and Herbert is the top passer in this year's class if he decides to enter. For the front office of the Giants, the decision by Herbert to enter could be a lifesaver given the lack of sure-fire top quarterback prospects in the class.

If Herbert enters, expect his selection to start a domino effect as other teams rush to get their passer. Jacksonville, Miami and even Washington could all look to secure their future at the position in this draft.


8. Buffalo Bills
The Pick: CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson
The rebuilding process in Buffalo will hinge on the success of quarterback Josh Allen, but the front office can help itself by drafting well now to build the talent around the rookie quarterback. Last year it selected linebacker Tremaine Edmunds in the first round, and it should look to add more pieces to the defense in the 2019 first round.


9. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Pick: QB Daniel Jones, Duke
Daniel Jones comes from the same mentor Eli Manning had—although this time Cutcliffe is the head coach at Duke and not coaching at Ole Miss. Jones is pro-ready with good size (6'5", 220 lbs) and an upgrade in athleticism from what the younger Manning had in college that will allow him to excel in a modern NFL offense.


10. Green Bay Packers
The Pick: EDGE Brian Burns, Florida State
Brian Burns is among the more polarizing prospects in the 2019 draft class, but those who like his game point to excellent burst off the line of scrimmage on a 6'5" frame. Those who don't often look at the lack of muscle and power on a 235-pound build that hasn't gotten much stronger at Florida State. If he can't bulk up at a major program like FSU, can he in the NFL?


11. Cleveland Browns
The Pick: OT Jonah Williams, Alabama
Since losing Joe Thomas to retirement, the Browns have drafted projects to replace him and actually seen decent play from Desmond Harrison. With their first-round pick in 2019, the Browns can solidify the left tackle position by looking at Alabama's solution to the left side.


12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Pick: QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
The Jameis Winston era should come to an end in four weeks, no matter what the product on the field looks like, if the Bucs are smart. Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins is expected by league sources to declare for the 2019 NFL draft following strong showings against Michigan and Northwestern to end the (non-bowl) season. He has the arm talent and accuracy to shoot up the board and potentially enter the conversation as QB1 with a strong predraft showing.


13. Cincinnati Bengals
The Pick: LB Devin White, LSU
The former prep running back star is now a hard-hitting, athletic linebacker. White has improved his reads and angles this year and turned himself into the nation's best at the position. With running back speed and agility plus the power and mentality of a linebacker, White is a special kind of player with the potential to be an early selection after the scouting combine.


14. Miami Dolphins
The Pick: DL Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
Jeffery Simmons is one of the top 12 players in the 2019 draft class on my board, but there will be concerns about an incident in which Simmons was caught on video striking a woman multiple times while he was a recruit at Mississippi State. The school said Simmons was breaking up a f*ght, and he pleaded no contest to simple a*sault, but due to recent news surrounding Kareem Hunt and Reuben Foster, his stock is a question mark.


15. Indianapolis Colts
The Pick: WR N'Keal Harry, Arizona State
The defense and offensive line have been the primary focus of the last two offseasons, which has given the roster a strong foundation. Now the needs shift to skill players. Arizona State's N'Keal Harry has the playmaking ability to warrant a Round 1 selection, especially as he offers a bigger frame (6'4", 213 lbs) opposite T.Y. Hilton.


16. Washington Redskins
The Pick: QB Will Grier, West Virginia
A devastating injury to quarterback Alex Smith left the Washington Redskins without a short- or long-term plan at the game's most important position. Colt McCoy can get the team through the rest of the season, but a quarterback of the future was already high on the team's draft needs. Now the quarterback is needed much sooner.


17. Carolina Panthers
The Pick: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida
Addressing the offensive line seems to be the need for the Carolina Panthers in most mock drafts you'll read, and yet the front office continues to pass on offensive tackles early in the draft or in free agency. This time around, the Panthers finally select a premium pass protector.


18. Tennessee Titans
The Pick: EDGE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
The Tennessee Titans are the latest to take advantage of a class of great depth along the defensive line and edge continues, getting a complement to last year's second-rounder Harold Landry.


19. Denver Broncos
The Pick: CB Deandre Baker, Georgia
What does the future hold for the Denver Broncos? The first question that must be answered is what John Elway will do at quarterback. If Case Keenum is at least the short-term answer, the scouting staff can move on to adding key pieces to the offense and defense.


20. Philadelphia Eagles
The Pick: FS Deionte Thompson, Alabama
The top safety prospect in the 2019 class falls into the laps of the defending Super Bowl champions, where he's an immediate upgrade at center fielder. Thompson's youth, speed, range and instincts are an unfair addition to a defense loaded with talent.


21. Minnesota Vikings
The Pick: OT Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
The Minnesota Vikings have managed to become one of the NFL's better teams without investing much money or draft capital in the offensive tackle positions. That will have to eventually change, and with Yodny Cajuste on the board, it's a good year to address it.


22. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)
The Pick: EDGE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
As one of the prospective top pass-rushers in the 2019 draft class before the season began, Clelin Ferrell is a name most draft fans know. For the Oakland Raiders—a team so desperate to replace Khalil Mack—finding him available near the end of Round 1 is too good to pass up.


23. Baltimore Ravens
The Pick: WR Kelvin Harmon, North Carolina State
Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson's ability to adjust to the NFL game is still a work in progress, but one way to help aid his development will be adding weapons to bail him out. The team did this by drafting tight ends Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst, but more help is needed on the outside at wide receiver.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pick: LB Mack Wilson, Alabama
The middle of the defense took a major hit when Ryan Shazier suffered an injury that cost him at least the 2018 season. With the future in question, the Steelers must look to the draft to secure either a replacement or complement to the inside linebacker position.


25. Seattle Seahawks
The Pick: EDGE Jachai Polite, Florida
As the Seahawks seemingly reload on the fly and make another push for the postseason, general manager John Schneider will be looking to shuffle the talent at defensive end and add the type of fast, versatile defenders that made this team a Super Bowl winner.


26. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)
The Pick: TE Noah Fant, Iowa
With their third and final selection in Round 1, Jon Gruden goes offense and gets a middle-of-the-field threat that would be considered a draft-day steal by most fans: Noah Fant.


27. Houston Texans
The Pick: SS Taylor Rapp, Washington
The safety position has long been a need for the Houston Texans, which is why Tyrann Mathieu was a pivotal signing in free agency. A void still remains, though, and if Taylor Rapp is on the board, he has to be considered as the missing piece in the secondary.


28. Los Angeles Chargers
The Pick: OT Greg Little, Ole Miss
The Los Angeles Chargers are the NFL's best kept secret as one of the truly dominant performers in the 2018 season. To keep the run alive and potentially challenge the Kansas City Chiefs in the division, the front office has to keep Philip Rivers upright and healthy.

With strong drafts now supporting a good roster, the Chargers have few urgent needs. Finding an offensive tackle with starting talent late in Round 1 is a steal they can't pass on.


29. New England Patriots
The Pick: CB Byron Murphy, Washington
No quarterback of the future for the New England Patriots? Not with Byron Murphy on the board.
Murphy was the star of the Pac-12 championship game and showed the type of playmaking and shutdown coverage he's put on tape all season for the Huskies. A tad undersized at 5'11" and 182 pounds, Murphy is only still on the board because of his stature. His play and technique rank as some of the best in the class, which means if NFL teams can get on board with his lack of length and bulk, he could shoot up draft boards.


30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans)
The Pick: LB Devin Bush, Michigan
With the front office's second first-rounder thanks to a 2018 draft trade with the New Orleans Saints, the Green Bay Packers can shore up the inside of the defense after addressing the outside earlier in the round.


31. Kansas City Chiefs
The Pick: EDGE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion
The recent release of running back Kareem Hunt may lead some to think a replacement could be selected here. The only issue with that logic is that the 2019 running back class doesn't currently feature a player with a Round 1 grade.


32. Los Angeles Rams
The Pick: EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan
The Rams are renting Dante Fowler Jr. for one season until he becomes a free agent. That means if he leaves, as league sources expect, the team will be left with a hole at defensive end that could be filled in a very deep edge-rusher class.


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 2 months ago '16        #2
MHP Trotty 487 heat pts487
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This is decent.

I disagree with some picks, and we all know QBs are going to go Top 5/Top 10 like they do every year as they move up the board the closer we get to the Draft.

So while they got the Giants taking Herbert at 7 the value of QBs is going to force them to jump to 1-4 to get him.
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 2 months ago '04        #3
d.c. supreme 32 heat pts32
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daniel jones over haskins?

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 2 months ago '12        #4
bezngga1982 51 heat pts51
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His Washington blurb:

6. Washington Redskins
The Pick: QB Will Grier, West Virginia
A devastating injury to quarterback Alex Smith left the Washington Redskins without a short- or long-term plan at the game's most important position. Colt McCoy can get the team through the rest of the season, but a quarterback of the future was already high on the team's draft needs. Now the quarterback is needed much sooner.

Must’ve been too lazy to update this
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 2 months ago '09        #5
Tiko377 1978 heat pts1978
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I think Miami takes a QB

 2 months ago '17        #6
CJ Schwarz 69 heat pts69
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Please lord let the Skins and the Giants overreach for a QB in the first round and not improve their Defense or OLINE

 2 months ago '10        #7
lboog1423 304 heat pts304
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thats better. I want all Db's and linebackers


these non covering, non tackling n*ggas we got now need to go

 2 months ago '16        #8
Southpaw 1455 heat pts1455 OP
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 MHP Trotty said
This is decent.

I disagree with some picks, and we all know QBs are going to go Top 5/Top 10 like they do every year as they move up the board the closer we get to the Draft.

So while they got the Giants taking Herbert at 7 the value of QBs is going to force them to jump to 1-4 to get him.


I'm honestly not sold on Herbert.


Rather trade down and get Haskins or Grier tbh

 2 months ago '04        #9
d.c. supreme 32 heat pts32
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 Tiko377 said
I think Miami takes a QB
haskins the only worthy top qb in the draft imo so we'd have to trade up but giants and jags likely would out trade us because of their draft positions

 2 months ago '04        #10
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as long as the pats draft someone on defense that is not injury prone, i'm good

 2 months ago '09        #11
ReggieA 196 heat pts196
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Either the best available MLB or a TE, depending on the draft position

 2 months ago '07        #12
Bkjj11 4076 heat pts4076
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get this bullsh*t outta here
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 2 months ago '16        #13
TrillPeez 12 heat pts12
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 d.c. supreme said
daniel jones over haskins?

Every single day and twice on Sunday...don't even ask me how

 2 months ago '05        #14
youngt22 100 heat pts100
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I'm just ready for the season to be over so we can scoop my dude Bosa
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 2 months ago '04        #15
lilsnatch770|M 102 heat pts102
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No fu*king way the Bills draft a CB in the first round. We already have one of the better young CBs in the league and have plenty of other needs that we can address without reaching.

Would much rather have N'Keal Harry, Clelin Ferrell, Dre'Mont Jones, AJ Brown or even Jonah Williams.

We can easily add a CB2 in free agency or later in the draft. We could use a DT/DE/WR/LB/G/OT over CB

 2 months ago '16        #16
Southpaw 1455 heat pts1455 OP
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 Bkjj11 said
get this bullsh*t outta here
Jones >>>>> bortles
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 2 months ago '07        #17
Bkjj11 4076 heat pts4076
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 Southpaw said
Jones >>>>> bortles
im 100% sure you never seen the kid from duke play

 2 months ago '04        #18
Kadroan 187 heat pts187
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 youngt22 said
I'm just ready for the season to be over so we can scoop my dude Bosa
I haven't watched SF but I read Buckner been balling out at DT but Thomas' best position is also DT. You think it's the DC holding Thomas back? Thomas/?/Buckner/Bosa?

 2 months ago '04        #19
Kadroan 187 heat pts187
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 lilsnatch770 said
No fu*king way the Bills draft a CB in the first round. We already have one of the better young CBs in the league and have plenty of other needs that we can address without reaching.

Would much rather have N'Keal Harry, Clelin Ferrell, Dre'Mont Jones, AJ Brown or even Jonah Williams.

We can easily add a CB2 in free agency or later in the draft. We could use a DT/DE/WR/LB/G/OT over CB
OT definitely. Worst OL in the league.

 2 months ago '16        #20
ahonui06 1661 heat pts1661
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 Kadroan said
I haven't watched SF but I read Buckner been balling out at DT but Thomas' best position is also DT. You think it's the DC holding Thomas back? Thomas/?/Buckner/Bosa?
Finally, since the bye week the 49ers have been playing Solomon Thomas more on the interior where he belongs.

And yes, Buckner is a beast with 9 sacks playing DT.

49ers need an Edge in this draft somewhere in the earlier rounds, and if it's Bosa I'm cool with that.

 2 months ago '04        #21
Kadroan 187 heat pts187
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 ahonui06 said
Finally, since the bye week the 49ers have been playing Solomon Thomas more on the interior where he belongs.

And yes, Buckner is a beast with 9 sacks playing DT.

49ers need an Edge in this draft somewhere in the earlier rounds, and if it's Bosa I'm cool with that.
So they've been playing Buckner and Thomas beside each other?

 2 months ago '16        #22
ahonui06 1661 heat pts1661
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 Kadroan said
So they've been playing Buckner and Thomas beside each other?
Only the past few weeks has Solly been lining up inside. Majority of the year he was outside doing nothing.
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 2 months ago '05        #23
youngt22 100 heat pts100
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 Kadroan said
I haven't watched SF but I read Buckner been balling out at DT but Thomas' best position is also DT. You think it's the DC holding Thomas back? Thomas/?/Buckner/Bosa?
I definitely think DC is holding him back and he needs to be fired immediately. Also Airk Armstead and Solomon play the same position, front office needs to trade Armstead before draft or during draft and let Solomon get more burn. Armstead is also almost done with Rookie deal, it's a perfect time to move him.

 2 months ago '09        #24
WasabiTuna 20 heat pts20
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So he says there isn’t a edge worthy of the second pick then has an edge go third.

That doesn’t really make sense.

 2 months ago '05        #25
Sluggernaut 24 heat pts24
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They got the position right, DE. So yeah, i like this draft.

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