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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Giants take Dwayne Haskins, Jaguars can not pass Kyler Murray, Dolphins swap QB



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Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio (State)
With a team casserole full of holes, the Edgebreaker is not at the top of the to-do list. However, it is difficult to pass on a talent like Bosa who can play games. There are no offensive linemen worthy of reaching this climax, and the Cardinals are less than a year in recovery mode after hiring Steve Wilks and designing Josh Rosen in the first round.

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Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
Is Josh Allen the best run breaker in the design? This will be decided in the coming weeks and months, but no one did more for their design inventory than Allen, who returned to Kentucky for his senior season and went out . After seven sacks and 1

0.5 tackles for loss in 2017, Allen gained 10-15 pounds of muscle and put 14 sacks and 18.5 tackles on the loss and was pretty unblockable. The 49er need a Randbrecher and Allen is it.

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Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
The Jets have no apparent need in the midst of their defense, but Williams is a one-man destruction crew. He wins one-to-one interviews almost every time and regularly destroys double teams. Yes, pressure from the edge is important, but do not sleep at constant pressure in the middle.

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Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida (Florida State)
At 235-240 pounds, the concern is whether Burns is strong enough to play the position on the next level, but Burns is not just a speed-rusher; He is also strong and has the framework to become stronger. The Raiders need to consolidate their position after trading with Khalil Mack before the season and releasing Bruce Irvin in mid-2018.

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Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
Oliver spent his terrier centers in his college career But he will be a three-technique in the NFL – where he will continue to dominate. The Bucs could move away from Gerald McCoy and Oliver would be a good choice to replace him in the lineup.

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Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio (Ohio State)
Eli Manning may return in 2019, but the Giants are not giving away franchise quarterbacks for two straight years. He had only tried 40 passes before last season, but after an impressive campaign in 2018, the outstanding US state of Ohio remains our outstanding quarterback.

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Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
We are not convinced the Jaguars would fly a flyer about Murray, but even if they end up with Nick Foles, how can you possibly pass that on the most talented player in this design? Foles can play in 2019 and the Jaguars can use Murray like Ravens used Lamar Jackson a season ago.

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Lions Tradeshow

Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
The dolphins move on Ryan Tannehill in one way or another and desperately need a quarterback. We love Kyler Murray in South Beach, but since Murray was already away from Dolphins Target Lock, he had a strong finish of his season in Missouri.

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Jonah Williams, Alabama, Alabama
Are William's arms long enough to play in the NFL? Yes. It is hard to believe that this has become a topic of conversation after Williams dominated the 2018 season. He will be a starter for the next decade, good news for second quarterback Josh Allen, who has spent much of his rookie season for his life.

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Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
With Drew Lock on the board and Joe Flacco replacing Case Keenum, the Broncos focus on their defense. Byron Murphy is our Cornerback # 1 and will join Chris Harris Jr. next season.

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Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma
Andy Dalton and the Bengali crime is best when he has time to throw. The new coach Zac Taylor can make it easy by consolidating an offensive line that was not even at replacement level last season. Ford is a trained watchman who shone outside in 2018.

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Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan
Gary has not lived up to expectations in Michigan, but part of it can be blamed for playing outside his position. Is he a marginal breaker? Is he better inside? People around him say he's no doubt a marginal breaker. With Clay Matthews, who is 32 years old and decides on a freelance agency, the packers have to top up the position.

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Dolphins' Petty Trading

Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
Ferrell was one of the stars of the best line of defense in college football and finished his junior season with 11.5 sacks and 20 Tackles for loss. There may be questions about his flexibility compared to the other first-round Pass Rushers, but his Clemson production is undeniable. In the first lows of the 2018 season, Ferrell was among the top ten players in the country in the areas of Sacks (5), Rush (12), Hits (10), Precipitation (5) and Pressure (17).

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Risner had a fantastic week in the Senior Bowl and while he's destined to join the NFL – maybe even in the middle – He has shown throughout his college career that he is also a very good fight. In any case, the hawks have to do better in both passport protection (14 th, according to Football Outsiders) and in the case of run blocking (24 th).

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Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
The Redskins must stand in any offensive skill position, but Alex Smith is still recovering from a broken leg and Colt McCoy remains one year behind Deal, To approach depth at quarterback is of the utmost importance. Jones is a product of David Cutcliffe, and he looks the part. There are questions about his accuracy, but he played behind a suspicious offensive line at Duke and did not have the downfield playmakers of, for example, Haskins, Lock, and Murray.

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Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State
Mario Addison is 31 years old and has only one year left, and Julius Peppers is already retired. Sweat, who is coming from a strong senior season, softened all concerns over his ability to bend over during a strong Senior Bowl week last month.

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D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
Metcalf has drawn comparisons to Josh Gordon, but without the concerns outside the field. If you want to replace Gordon's productivity, go to the player who reminds you of it. Metcalf is our top wide receiver and he can take on games.

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Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
Kirk Cousins ​​was heavily criticized last season. Some of it was earned while it had a lot to do with the porous offensive line ahead of him. Taylor is a monster in the run game, a surprisingly nuanced passport protector and a player who can get on the grid starting from day one.

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Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
Corey Davis is the big downfield goal, while Hollywood Brown can do almost anything else. Antonio Brown's cousin is one of the fastest and most difficult players in this design class and would give Marcus Mariota another much needed weapon.

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Devin White, LB, LSU
The Steelers need help with Edge Rusher and Cornerback, but White is the best linebacker in this class and he'll be in Pittsburgh right away.

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Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
Williams sportsmanship is out of this world, and when imprisoned there is no cornerback with more God-given talents. But Williams has to play with more consistency and become a better tackler.

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Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. State
The Ravens running game is already among the best in the league. For Lamar Jackson to continue his development, the Ravens Passing Game must evolve. Adding Harmon, a playmaker at all levels, would make a big difference.

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Chris Lindstrom, OL, Boston College
Lindstrom was dominant for BC in the 2018 season. He followed that up with a very good Senior Bowl and he will likely produce similar results at the combine later this month. Given that the Texans need to better protect Deshaun Watson, Lindstrom could be a starter from day one.

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From Chicago

Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
The Raiders were a mess on both sides of the ball last season and Bush, a knocker, also casually playing – Page speed would strengthen the middle of the defense.

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Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida
Polite was one of the most exciting players we saw last season. There will be questions on his size (he is listed at 240) and his one-year production, but if teams are okay with both, he might be a top 15 choice.

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Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
Matt Eberflus turned the Colts into a good defense in 2018. To get from good to big, Indy has to add a few more pieces for sure. Adderley is an FCS product, but after a strong season and an impressive Senior Bowl week, he is still our # 1 safety figure.

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By Dallas

T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa
Will Jared Cook sign again? And even if it is, why not add the best Eng in this design class? Hockenson is an inline bottleneck that is a strong blocker, but an even better threat to the downfield. It's a nightmare for every linebacker, almost every safety and a lot of cornerbacks.

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Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame
Tillery had a really good season for the Fighting Irish in 2018, and if he is elected, he is hard to block. Can he play from game to game with this consequence? That's what the NFL teams will try to draft.

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Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
Wilson fits in very well with what the NFL teams are looking for in today's linebacker: He's fast, has secondary acceleration and is intelligent. But sometimes he struggles to get out of the blocks and gets lost in the mix when he's not in his game. There's a lot to like about Wilson, but he needs to clean up a few things to make sure he's a first choice.

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Of New Orleans

Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Jimmy Graham is not the player he once was, and if the Packers are the dynamic offensive team I am getting used to seeing Aaron Rodgers make the athletically narrowest end of the design makes a lot of sense.

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Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
The Rams need help in the secondary school and Thompson has the physical ability to be special. His production came at the end of the season – he was beaten several times in the national title game against Clemson – but remains one of the best security measures in this draft and would improve the secondary level of L.A.

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