NFL Draft 2019 – First Round Mock Draft – February – 2.0

NFL Draft 2019 – First Round Mock Draft – February, 2019

 * Underclassmen –   Selection order after Super Bowl XLIII
Pre NFL Combine 2019 –
  x – Division winner/y – Wild card team  

 All underclassmen had until Jan. 15th to declare for the NFL Draft 2019. Players had three days to rescind their decision and return to school and still retain their college eligibility. No underclassmen rescind their decision.

1st Round

1 Arizona       3-13     – Josh Allen        LB     6-4, 250           Kentucky
2 San Fran   4-12     – * Nick Bosa     DE     6-3, 265           Ohio State
3 NY Jets      4-12   – * Quinnen Williams   DT    6-3, 295    Alabama
4 Oakland     4-12     – * Jonah Williams   OT     6-5, 300    Alabama
5 Tampa Bay  5-11     – * Ed Oliver            DT     6-2, 290     Houston

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6 NY Giants   5-11     – * Dwayne Haskins      QB                   6-2, 215                     Ohio State
7 Jacksonville 5-11   – * Rashan Gary             DE                   6-4, 280                    Michigan
8 Detroit         6-10     – * Greedy Williams      CB                   6-1, 180                      LSU
9 Buffalo        6-10     – Montez Sweat               LB                6-4, 245                     Mississippi St
10 Denver       6-10     – * Greg Little                 OT                   6-5, 320                    Mississippi
11 Cincinnati 6-10      – Clelin Ferrell               DE                   6-4, 260                   Clemson
12 Green Bay 6-9-1    – * N’Keal Harry            WR                  6-2, 215                     Arizona State
13 Miami         7-9       – * Devin White               LB                6-0, 245                       LSU
14 Atlanta       7-9       – * Deionte Thompson   FS                6-0, 215                        Alabama
15 Washington 7-9    – Deandre Baker             CB                   5-11, 180                    Georgia
16 Carolina    7-9       – * Jeffery Simmons        DT                   6-3, 305                    Mississippi St
17 Cleveland  7-8-1    – * Jachai Polite               LB                   6-2, 242                     Florida
18 Minnesota 8-7-1    – Andre Dillard               OT                   6-5, 310                      Washington State
19 Tennessee 9-7       – Marquise Brown           WR                  5-11, 165                     Oklahoma
20 Pittsburgh 9-6-1     – * Brian Burns              LB                   6-4, 255                     Florida State
21 y Seattle    10-6     – * Mark Wilson                LB                   6-1, 240                     Alabama
22 x Baltimore  10-6    – * Kelvin Harmon       WR                  6-2, 220                    North Carolina St
23 x Houston 11-5     – * Byron Murphy              CB                   5-11, 175                    Washington
24 Oakland (x Chicago)12-4 – * DK Metcalf     WR                  6-4, 220                 Mississippi
25 y Philadelphia 9-7 – * Jawaan Taylor                 OT          6-5, 320                             Florida
26 y Indianapolis 10-6  – Jerry Tillery                     DT            6-4, 310                               Notre Dame
27 Oakland (x Dallas) 10-6 – Amani Oruwariye    CB        6-1, 205                     Penn State
28 y LA Chargers 12-4         – Dalton Risner             OL    6-5, 300                        Kansas State
29 x Kansas City 12-4          – Zach Allen                    DE        6-4, 285                           Boston College
30 Green Bay (x N.Orleans)13-3 * David Edwards    OT           6-7, 320              Wisconsin
31 x LA Rams            13-3 – Christian Wilkins                DT                   6-2, 300            Clemson
32 x New England 11-5         – * Dexter Lawrence        DT                   6-3, 340            Clemson                                 

      Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

 

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