There will be no hotter debated player leading to the NFL Draft 2019 than quarterback Kyler Murray. The winner of the Oklahoma Heisman Trophy is expected to play football despite being selected by Oakland Athletics in the first round.
If Murray stays in football, he could change the shape of the first round. Without Murray, there are more teams in the top 15 who need a quarterback than good quarterbacks are available. With Murray, however, this problem is mitigated.
. 1 Arizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio (Ohio State)
The Cardinals have dispelled Kingsbury's controversy, and people have quickly turned fools into thinking they would make the first overall victory with Josh Rosen , That will not happen. What should happen is Bosa with the first selection. New Defense Coordinator Vance Joseph will know how to unleash Bosa's potential as a passrusher and build his defense around the Ohio State Star.
. 2 San Francisco 49ers: Josh Allen, OLB / DE, Kentucky
There are a number of free-agent pass rushers that could track the 49ers this offseason, including Frank Clark, Jadeveon Clowney, Trey Flowers, Dee Ford and Demarcus Lawrence. San Francisco's top priority should be to win one of these players. If no one hits the market, the team's ultimate goal is to win a player who can put the quarterback under pressure.
. 3 New York Jets: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
The Jets could play with the idea of adding a playmaker for defense, but getting Williams is the smarter step. The franchise is dependent on the development of quarterback Sam Darnold under new head coach Adam Gases. If Darnold's development comes to a standstill, not only could he and Gases fail, but Jets General Manager Mike Maccagnan. An improved offensive with Williams as a key element should help Darnold reach its high potential.
. 4 Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
The Raiders should be pleased if Williams is still near number 4. In 1
. 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
Yes, the Buccaneers just made cornerbacks in the second round of the 2018 draft. But do you really have a cornerback that can cover Mike Thomas of the Saints and Julio Jones of the Falcons twice a season? Williams has the size at 6 & 3 and the ability to make players the best of the NFL.
. 6 New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio (Ohio State)
At age 38, it's time for Eli Manning to call it a career, or at least be the bridge quarterback for his replacement in 2019. The inclusion of Murray actually helps the Giants. It could ease the market for quarterback trading and choose the Giants between Haskins and Murray.
. 7 Jacksonville Jaguars: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
There's legal buzz around Murray, and he could climb into the top ten if a few things happen. Most obviously, he has to commit to football through baseball. If this does not happen, its stock in the draft will fall drastically. Murray will also have to show teams in meetings that he has a good understanding of the game after starting just one season in college. That could be more than its size you can imagine.
. 8 Detroit Lions: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
The Lions are off season to find at least one high-end pass rusher. Ferrell is probably the best prospect for the talented Clemson defense line in this year's draft. He is experienced and sounds technical so he can help the lion right away.
. 9 Buffalo Bills: Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma
Although some claim that Ole Miss would fight Greg Little over Ford, the Oklahoma blocker might be better for buffaloes. Ford is more natural on the right, which would allow the Bills to keep Dionkins on the left in the second round of 2017.
10th Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, Missouri, Missouri
John Elway, Bronco's General Manger, faces a quarterback in this offseason after hitting a few design opponents and unwisely spending too much money on Case Keenum. Lock is a risk because he still has a long way to go, but he has the talent to finally break Elway's bad line.
. 11 Cincinnati Bengals: Devin White, LB, LSU
This seems to be just one of the favorites that will be captured in much of the design process over the next few months. A linebacker tops the list of needs for Cincinnati in the offseason, and White is the type of player who can set the tone.
12th Green Bay Packers: Jachai Polite, DE / OLB, Florida
It is obvious that the Packers must use this option for the player who they believe is the best available Pass Rusher. The way this mock works is Polite, the talented Florida Pass Rusher who had 11 sacks this season. Want a quick comparison for Polite? His gameplay reminds me of Trey Flowers the Patriots.
. 13 Miami Dolphins: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
The Dolphins are a deceitful winner of Murray, who intends to play football. That means Jones should stop by at # 13. There is even a chance that Lock might as well. In any case, the first round quarterback Dolphins are in a better position when Murray is drafted. A passrusher could also be at play here for Miami.
fourteenth Atlanta Falcons: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
Like Devin White's selection of Cincinnati, this one seems pretty tense. It really is the perfect combination of need, fit and value. In Oliver, the Falcons would get one of the design's more dynamic defenders. He is a strong duel that can easily blocker Blocker and follow the ball carrier.
15th Washington: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
There are seven positions in Washington that could be said to be the team's biggest need in the off-season. A claim could be made on a quarterback, a pass rusher, and security. However, Washington has one of the worst recipient groups in the NFL. Brown would immediately take the place, as the team leads to the outside.
sixteenth Carolina Panthers: Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan
Alabama safety Deionte Thompson will be a fascinating option for Carolina in the first round, but Gary's potential is too great to give up this late lap in the first round. Gary is the complete package of size and sportiness for an end. He just never lived up to the hype in Michigan.
17th Cleveland Browns: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
The Browns hire the former Buccaneers offensive coordinator, Todd Monken, for the same role in Cleveland. He's a passing game specialist, but the Browns do not have a Mike Evans-like receiver in the roster. Metcalf can be this player. He is a great athlete for the position, and even had a comparison of Josh Gordon .
18th Minnesota Vikings: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
It is the mainstay for the Vikings: Draw the best offensive lineman available with the 18th pick. Above all, the Vikings must acquire talent and find out how everything fits together. Little is the kind of talent that would make Brian O'Neill become more of a line worker. 19659039] 19th Tennessee Titans: Brian Burns, DE / OLB, Florida (Florida)
The Titans retired Brian Orakpo and need a good edge player over rising star Harold Landry. Burns is a player who profiles himself like Orakpo. He is a longtime top player with athleticism. Burns does not have the power Orakpo has, but he can get there.
20th Pittsburgh Steelers: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
The Steelers would be overjoyed to see Murphy number 20. He is a natural playmaker on the ball and is ready to start the race.
21st Seattle Seahawks: Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State
The Seahawks' playoff loss showed they needed to improve the inside of the offensive and defense lines. From the standpoint of value, this is much easier in this design with a defensive lineman. Simmons is a strong indoor player who can push Blocker aside to find the ball. His playing style is similar to Fletcher Cox of the Eagles.
22nd Baltimore Ravens: Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State
When the Ravens devote themselves to a hard run against Lamar Jackson, the team inside the attacking line has to improve. Risner should be able to handle the left guard for the ravens, and could even be considered the center.
23rd Houston Texans: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
This choice must necessarily be a cornerback or an offensive attack. Finding a blocker for Deshaun Watson should be a priority, unless someone like Murphy slips to No. 23. Taylor is a powerful blocker who can easily defend a defender.
24th Oakland Raiders (via Chicago): Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State
When Arden Key is added forward with Williams and Sweat, suddenly the Raiders would be a dangerous group of players in defense. Sweat is a player who conveniently falls off the edge, either standing or holding his hand down.
25th Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
Maybe that's too reactionary, but Sunday's play-off defeat against the Saints showed that the Eagles need a real leadership running back. Do not forget that Jay Ajayi, who tore his ACL this season, is a freelance agent. If there's a first round in the 2019 draft, then Jacobs.
26th Indianapolis Colts: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson
A passrusher and a cornerback could be claimed as a greater need for the Colts, but the team's defensive linemen still seem to be suitable for a 3-4 system. Wilkins is a good figure as an athletic center-back, who can work gaps and get into the backcourt.
27th Oakland Raiders (via Dallas): N & # 39; Keal Harry, WR, Arizona, State
The Raiders will need one or perhaps even two broad receivers this year. Harry would be a nice pick up in the first round. He is obviously a talent on the spot, otherwise he would not be so high in the draft. But he is able to play in slot and outdoor, which would give the Raiders flexibility in design later on.
28th Los Angeles Chargers: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
At this point in the first round, it would be difficult to pass Thompson. This is especially true for the chargers if they continue to use seven defensive backs simultaneously. Thompson is a sure rapporteur, but he showed in Alabama last season that he can compete against the run.
29th New England Patriots: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
Allen will be a player who fascinates Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. Allen could be used as a true 4-3 end, but push inward in the nickel situation. Allen would make Belichick with his squad a little more versatile. If Trey Flowers demands too much money in free negotiation and the patriots want to use their franchise tag for someone else, a player like Allen could help them keep going.
30th Los Angeles Rams: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
Adderley is the best small-school study in the 2019 draft, and the kind of player the Rams could target if Lamarcus Joyner leaves as a free agency. Adderley began four years in Delaware, both in security and cornerback.
31st Green Bay Packers: (via New Orleans): Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
After weeks of thinking because they are Fant's teammate T.J. Hockenson here, I'll give way for the time being. This is mainly because Hockenson did not register for the design on Monday morning on Monday morning. Fant is a good option for Packers if Hockenson does not become a pro. He may be in the Green Bay version of Zach Ertz.
32nd Kansas City Chiefs: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
Mullen has won an outstanding national game for Clemson and has recovered in the first round of the draft. He is a long cornerback who moves smoothly in the field. If Mullen is well tested in the NFL Scouting Combine next month, you should make sure his stock is rising fast.