2019 NFL Mock Draft

Want to know where every college prospect will land in 2019? We have you covered! For the first two rounds! Below is the 100% accurate 2019 NFL Mock Draft from 3CoSports. Let us know what you think in the comments!Arizona Cardinals

1.Pick: QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

Previous Pick: EDGE Josh Allen Kentucky

This seems inevitable. Kliff Kingsbury seems to love Murray and everyone expects the Cardinals to pick the Heisman winner. A trade of Josh Rosen in the next couple of weeks will lock this pick in.

2. San Francisco 49ers

Pick: EDGE Nick Bosa Ohio State

Previous Pick: EDGE Nick Bosa Ohio State

Like his brother Joey in 2016, Nick Bosa was the top ranked player for most of this year, but he could slide a couple spots. However, most teams will realize that Bosa is a very special player who might just possess the highest floor of any defensive player in this draft. While the 49ers seem to always be drafting defensive linemen, Bosa will be the pick that ends their search for consistency in the trenches. He is much more polished and physically ready for the NFL than Solomon Thomas was, and in an ideal world he and Thomas can both develop into premier defensive ends in Robert Saleh’s defense.

3. New York Jets

Pick: EDGE Josh Allen Kentucky

Previous Pick: DL Quinnen Williams Alabama

Allen could be the Myles Garrett for Greg Williams’ defense in New York, as he projects to be the best edge rusher in this draft. If the Jets don’t trade down from this pick then Allen will be the top candidate to go here as the best player available.

4. Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders

Pick: DL Quinnen Williams Alabama

Previous Pick: DE/EDGE Clelin Ferrell Clemson

Williams could be one of the best overall players to come from this class. Jon Gruden grabs him here in an effort to bolster the trenches in Oakland. Easily best player available.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick: RB Josh Jacobs Alabama

Previous Pick: RB Josh Jacobs Alabama

Jacobs has been a draftnik darling since November, and in this mock he makes a huge jump into the top 5 picks. Currently, the Buccaneers are employing the disappointing Ronald Jones and the bland but consistent Peyton Barber as their top two backs. Here, new coach Bruce Arians grabs Jacobs, who has drawn comparisons to Alvin Kamara and could bring a new element to the offense.

6. New York Giants

Pick: QB Dwayne Haskins Ohio State

Previous Pick: QB Dwayne Haskins Ohio State

Eli Manning has not been good in a very long time. The Giants have been very ignorant about this inconvenient truth and must address QB in this draft. Haskins has a very strong arm and has shown excellent accuracy, he is easily the top quarterback in this draft and someone will likely end up trading up to select him. However, with no trades in this mock, Haskins falls to the Giants where he will likely redshirt behind Eli until somebody gets fired.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick: WR D.K Metcalf Ole Miss

Previous Pick: QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

The Jaguars could become enamored with the athletic profile of Metcalf, as he has the upside to become a new Alshon Jeffery for Nick Foles. Suddenly, a receiving core consisting of Metcalf, Dede Westbrook, Chris Conley, Marqise Lee, and Keelan Cole looks a bit scary.

8. Detroit Lions

Pick: OL Jawaan Taylor Florida

Previous Pick: OL Jawaan Taylor

The Lions offense was just brutal at times this season, and Taylor could help the developing run game improve even more. Taylor is a nasty run blocker and is developing his pass blocking technique as well, he could be a fit at right tackle or either guard spot. However, being a disciple of Bill Belichick, it would not surprise me if Matt Patricia decided to trade back from this spot. The team has several needs, and could benefit from stockpiling picks.

9. Buffalo Bills

Pick: OT Jonah Williams Alabama

Previous Pick: WR N’Keal Harry Arizona State

Williams projects as one of the best tackles in this class. Josh Allen was sacked on 8% of his dropbacks last season. These two should get along pretty well.

10. Denver Broncos

Pick: QB Drew Lock Missouri

Previous Pick: QB Drew Lock Missouri

This pick just makes too much sense. Rocket armed, smart, and coming from an underachieving program in a power conference, John Elway will see a lot of himself in Lock. With young playmakers like Philip Lindsey, Courtland Sutton, and Daesean Hamilton in the cut, Denver has the makings of an exciting young offense. Lock could be a key piece in taking that offense to the next level. Even with the addition of Joe Flacco, this still seems like the right pick for Denver.

11. Cincinnati Bengals

Pick: OL Andre Dillard Washington State

Previous Pick: OT Jonah Williams Alabama

The Bengals never properly replaced Andrew Whitworth when he departed for LA two years ago, so here they take a potential franchise tackle in Dillard. An athletic technician coming out of a pass happy offense, Dillard could be an excellent fit on Zak Taylor’s line.

12. Green Bay Packers

Pick: OLB Brian Burns Florida State

Previous Pick: OLB Brian Burns Florida State

Burns is long and lanky like Leonard Floyd was coming out of Georgia a few years ago. They possess very similar athletic traits and like Floyd, Burns could find himself rising into the top 10 picks. With Nick Perry and veteran Clay Matthews leaving in free agency, the Pack need to add some talent to their linebacking core, and Burns could be a game changer for Mike Pettine’s defense. Burns could be climbing even higher in our next mock as it is reported that he has put on 15 pounds of muscle in the last month. Pairing Burns with Za’darius Smith and Preston Smith could make for some scary blitz packages.

13. Miami Dolphins

Pick: DE Clelin Ferrell Clemson

Previous Pick: DE Zach Allen Boston College

Ferrell is the best player available here. He could fill the void left by Cameron Wake’s departure rather well.  

14. Atlanta Falcons

Pick: OL Garrett Bradbury NC State

Previous Pick: DL Rashan Gary Michigan

Bradbury is going to fly up draft boards due to his athleticism, experience, and versatility along the interior of the offensive line. The Falcons could use a player of his caliber at either guard spot next season, eventually moving him to center when Alex Mack leaves.

15. Washington

Pick: QB Tyree Jackson Buffalo

Previous Pick: WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown Oklahoma

Jackson has been raved about from an athletic perspective by scouts who think he will go higher in the draft than many think. His arm is said to be “as strong, if not stronger than Josh Allen’s”. If Daniel Snyder hears this he will be running the draft card with Jackson name on it up to the podium himself. Jackson could benefit by sitting behind Case Keenum and Alex Smith for a year or two as he prepares for the NFL.

16. Carolina Panthers

Pick: OT Yodny Cajuste West Virginia

Previous Pick: OT Yodny Cajuste West Virginia

Cajuste was excellent this past season at West Virginia, as he consistently provided quarterback Will Grier with plenty of time to throw the ball. He might not be an immediately perfect left tackle for Carolina, but anyone is an upgrade over disappointing Matt Kalil. Cajuste’s name has been floated in the discussion of top tackle in the 2019 draft, and at 16 he fits the Panthers needs and is good value.

17. New York Giants

Pick: WR N’Keal Harry Arizona State

Previous Pick: DL Ed Oliver Houston

Harry is my WR1 in this draft, and the Giants can use the pick acquired for Odell Beckham to retool its receiving core with a redzone machine like Harry.

18. Minnesota Vikings

Pick: OL Tytus Howard Alabama State

Previous Pick: OL Michael Jordan Ohio State

Minnesota has no choice but to shore up that abominable offensive line. Howard has one of the highest ceilings of any tackle in this years draft and could very well find himself as a top 10 pick depending on how well he performs at the combine. For now he lands in Minnesota, where Kirk Cousins would greatly appreciate his presence after being protected by a line that looked to be made of tissue paper at times.

19. Tennessee Titans

Pick: TE T.J Hockenson Iowa

Previous Pick: OL Cody Ford Oklahoma

Hockenson is the most complete tight end in the draft and could be a nice replacement for Delanie Walker long term. His blocking can also be very helpful for the run game so that’s an added bonus.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick: WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown Oklahoma

Previous Pick: WR D.K Metcalf Ole Miss

The irony that would come with replacing Antonio Brown with his cousin Marquise is just too great to resist mocking this pick. Marquise is no slouch either, as he is an extremely fast player who could be a great complement to Juju Smith-Schuster.

21. Seattle Seahawks

Pick: OG Chris Lindstrom Boston College

Previous Pick: OT Andre Dillard Washington State

The Seahawks always seem to be in need of an offensive lineman in the draft, especially this year after transitioning into a run heavy offense. Lindstrom is a very NFL ready guard who may very well be an upgrade over the departed J.R Sweezy.

22. Houston Texans

Pick: OT Greg Little Ole Miss

Previous Pick: OL Tytus Howard Alabama State

The Texans desperately need a left tackle to protect Deshaun Watson, as he got clobbered all season, looking like a shell of his rookie year self until after the team’s bye week. To protect their franchise QB, Houston invests in Little, once a top prospect in this draft, who has fallen down boards slightly in the last couple of months. Little has the potential to be an excellent tackle in the NFL, and would be an immediate upgrade over Julie’n Davenport.

23. Baltimore Ravens

Pick: A.J Brown Ole Miss

Previous Pick: WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown Oklahoma

The Ravens need to overhaul their receiving core, and have already lost Michael Crabtree and John Brown. A.J Brown is a player who could be very helpful to Lamar Jackson as he is big, runs excellent routes, and has very good hands. He has the potential to be a very reliable NFL wideout, and some scouts compare Brown to Juju Smith-Schuster.

24. Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders (Via Chicago Bears)

Pick: LB Devin White LSU

Previous Pick: LB Devin White LSU

Devin White is an old school type of player that Jon Gruden will fall in love with during the pre draft process. If he lasts until pick 24 I fully expect the Raiders to grab him as White can bring an identity to a defense that has been lacking one since it traded Khalil Mack. It would only be appropriate for Gruden to replace the superstar defensive player that he jettisoned with a brand new star defensive player. White is a modern day Ray Lewis and could be one of the best inside linebackers in the league by the end of his rookie year. I believe White is a top 5 player in the class but middle linebackers often get overlooked in the first round.

25. Philadelphia Eagles

Pick: CB Greedy Williams LSU

Previous Pick: CB DeAndre Baker Georgia

It is highly unlikely that Williams falls this far in the actual draft but in this mock he lands with the Eagles, who could desperately use a corner of his caliber. Williams has an uncanny instinct for intercepting passes, and if he can add some lean muscle to his 6’3 frame he could be a truly excellent NFL corner, think Richard Sherman for potential upside comparison.

26. Indianapolis Colts

Pick: CB Deandre Baker Georgia

Previous Pick: WR A.J Brown Ole Miss

The Colts could use help at a number of positions, but here they take Baker, an extremely tough, physical corner who makes up for his lack of size with his great instincts and technique. While the current crop of corners on the roster are alright, Baker could come in and be an immediate number one corner, similarly to Denzel Ward last season.

27. Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders (Via Dallas Cowboys)

Pick: DL Ed Oliver Houston

Previous Pick: CB Rock Ya-Sin Temple

Oliver falls to the Raiders here. If you’ve been keeping track of this mock then you’ll realize that the Raiders now have Devin White, Ed Oliver, and Quinnen Williams on their defense. Unbelievable.

28. Los Angeles Chargers

Pick: LB Mack Wilson Alabama

Previous Pick: LB Mack Wilson Alabama

It’s hard to predict what the Chargers will do with this pick as they have a very balanced roster. Wilson is a very solid linebacker who was a great leader for the Alabama defense. He would be a good addition for LA with Denzel Perryman hitting free agency.

29. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: CB Byron Murphy Washington

Previous Pick: CB Byron Murphy Washington

There’s really nowhere to go but defense with this pick. Murphy is a very good corner who would fit nicely on the Chiefs defense and could help them surrender less big plays. Murphy and Kendall Fuller would quietly make for a very good young corner duo in Kansas City.

30. Green Bay Packers (Via New Orleans Saints)

Pick: WR Deebo Samuel South Carolina

Previous Pick: TE T.J Hockenson Iowa

If you haven’t heard, the Packers have some issues on offense. Samuel can fill the void left by Randall Cobb as a reliable and dynamic slot receiver for Rodgers and Co.

31. Los Angeles Rams

Pick: S Deionte Thompson Alabama

Previous Pick: S Deionte Thompson Alabama

Lamarcus Joyner was overpaid and underperforming in 2018 and the Rams let him walk in free agency. Thompson is a versatile safety who could make for a great tandem with John Johnson.

32. New England Patriots

Pick: TE Noah Fant Iowa

Previous Pick: TE Noah Fant

The idea of a player like Fant in New England’s offense could haunt the rest of the league. For New England, getting Fant could help offset the loss of Rob Gronkowski this offseason to retirement, and if Gronk returns the team can run some classic two tight end sets with both of them.

End of round 1

33. Arizona Cardinals

Pick: OL Michael Jordan Ohio State

The Cardinals offensive line was a mess last year, adding the versatile Jordan could really help improve Josh Rosen’s (or Kyler Murray’s) protection.

34. Indianapolis Colts (via New York Jets)

Pick: WR J.J Arcega-Whiteside Stanford

Referred to by many scouts as a “poor man’s Mike Evans”, Arcega-Whiteside could be an excellent pickup for Indianapolis as the team is in need of a true number two receiver alongside T.Y Hilton. After tearing it up at Stanford this past season, Arcega-Whiteside has the potential to hear his name called on Day 1 of the draft.

35. Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders

Pick: TE Irv Smith Jr Alabama

The Raiders lost Jared Cook so Jon Gruden could take Smith with this pick, as Smith is a very complete tight end, with an NFL lineage (his father was a first round pick as a tight end). Smith could reasonably be one of the top targets on the team as a rookie should this scenario shake out, as the offense ran through veteran Jared Cook in 2018.

36. San Francisco 49ers

Pick: S Nasir Adderley Delaware

Adderley makes a compelling case to be the top safety in this year’s draft despite coming from a non FCS school. The 49ers could use another safety and Adderley is one of the top players on the board.

37. New York Giants

Pick: EDGE Montez Sweat Mississippi State

Sweat has round one pick written all over him but there are always really good players that slide to the second round for whatever reason. Here, the Giants capitalize on Sweat’s slide, as he is an ideal fit for James Betcher’s 3-4 defense as an outside linebacker. Sweat’s athleticism should honestly push him into round 1 realistically.

38. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick: LB Devin Bush Michigan

Bush just feels like a great fit for the Jags, as he leads by example on the field and possess unreal athleticism. Pairing him with Telvin Smith and Miles Jack could be the secret to a renaissance for the Jaguars defense. The team never truly replaced Paul Posluzney, so grabbing Bush is a huge win.

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick: DL Rashan Gary Michigan

Gary has a very high ceiling and could be an excellent fit for Bruce Arians’ defense in Tampa. Value pick here.

40. Buffalo Bills

Pick: OL Dalton Risner Kansas State

Risner will help to keep pressure off of Josh Allen no matter where he plugs in along the offensive line. He has great technique, which along with his positional flexibility and experience, make him the most NFL ready linemen in this draft. Double dipping along the line should seriously help this team.

41. Denver Broncos

Pick: WR Parris Campbell Ohio State

Campbell is a burner who could be the ideal third member of the Broncos young receiving core, which already includes slot receiver Daesean Hamilton and jump ball specialist Courtland Sutton. Adding Campbell could make the Broncos passing attack very diverse and dynamic, especially with the pick of strong armed QB Drew Lock in round 1.

42. Cincinnati Bengals

Pick: CB/S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson Florida

The Bengals secondary was atrocious last season, Gardner-Johnson is a versatile defensive back who can either slide in next to Jessie Bates at safety or take over at one of the corner spots.

43. Detroit Lions

Pick: DL Zach Allen Boston College

Versatile and tough, Allen is an excellent fit for the Lions retooled defensive line.

44. Green Bay Packers

Pick: OG Beau Benzschawel Wisconsin

Benzschawel is just the next in a long line of big nasty bastards from Wisconsin’s offensive line factory, and he gets to stay in state here with the Packers, where he will be tasked with keeping Khalil Mack and Danielle Hunter away from Aaron Rodgers.

45. Atlanta Falcons

Pick: LB Germaine Pratt N.C State

The vulnerability of the Falcons linebacking core was shown when Deion Jones went down with an injury early in the season. Pratt will provide excellent depth and versatility with the potential to eventually become a high end starter in the league.

46. Washington

Pick: OL Ross Pierschbacher Alabama

A smart, tough, and reliable interior lineman for the depleted line in Washington.

47. Carolina Panthers

Pick: DT Christian Wilkins Clemson

As great of a person off the field as he is a player on the field, Wilkins gets to stay pretty close to Clemson by landing in Carolina, where he can compete with Vernon Butler and Kawann Short for playing time alongside Dontari Poe.

48. Miami Dolphins

Pick: QB Will Grier West Virginia

Grier is an exciting player and could be a pretty decent NFL QB if he lands in the right place. Unfortunately, he goes to Miami here where he will start 12 games in 2019 only to be replaced by Tua Tagovailoa in the 2020 draft.  

49. Cleveland Browns

Pick: WR Kelvin Harmon N.C State

A big receiver for Baker Mayfield to throw to in the red zone, Harmon has the potential to be a very good NFL player. A stacked offense gets even more stacked.

50. Minnesota Vikings

Pick: CB Trayvon Mullen Clemson

The Vikings looked like they couldn’t cover a Pee Wee offense at times last year, Mullen is a bigger corner who realistically could find himself being picked in round 1.

51. Tennessee Titans

Pick: CB Amani Oruwariye Penn State

Malcolm Butler is not good, hopefully Tennessee realizes this sooner rather than later. Oruwariye provides good depth and could eventually take over for Butler as a starter.

52. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick: CB Julian Love Notre Dame

The Steelers are another team that could use corner help, hopefully Love can be of use to them here.

53. Philadelphia Eagles (via Baltimore Ravens)

Pick: OL David Edwards Wisconsin

The Eagles draft a potential successor to Jason Peters and an all around solid lineman in Edwards, another big nasty bastard from Wisconsin.

54. Houston Texans (via Seattle Seahawks)

Pick: NT Dexter Lawrence Clemson

A monster of a man, Lawrence is the quintessential nose tackle prospect and he should eat up space next to J.J Watt.

55. Houston Texans

Pick: OG Michael Deiter Wisconsin

Another guy to protect Deshaun Watson, another big nasty bastard off the board.

56. New England Patriots (via Chicago Bears)

Pick: WR Andy Isabella UMass Amherst

A finalist for the Biletnikoff award this past fall, Isabella is the Patriot’s dream receiver, as he doubles as a great slot option, and a potentially devastating deep threat with his 4.3 speed. Try covering him and Julian Edelman and see what happens.

57. Philadelphia Eagles

Pick: Safety Marvin Tell USC

More reinforcements for the Eagles in the secondary.

58. Dallas Cowboys

Pick: TE Kaden Smith Stanford

Dalton Schultz was not the impact tight end Dallas needed, so they take a shot with his successor at Stanford.

59. Indianapolis Colts

Pick: DE Oshane Ximines Old Dominion

A small school pass rusher with a good reputation, the colts take a chance on Ximines.

60. Los Angeles Chargers

Pick: QB Jarrett Stidham Auburn

A high upside passer who also happens to possess a higher floor than Geno Smith to back up Philip Rivers.

61. Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: CB Rock Ya-Sin Temple

More help for the Chiefs in the secondary.

62. New Orleans Saints

Pick: LB D’Andre Walker Georgia

The Saints could use some reinforcements at linebacker so they grab one here.

63. Kansas City Chiefs (via Los Angeles Rams)

Pick: DL Jeffrey Simmons Mississippi State

Two words, value-pick.

64. New England Patriots

Pick: LB Ben Burr-Kirven Washington

A very smart, instinctual linebacker who can do a bit of everything, Burr-Kirven is a real Patriots pick at the end of round 2.

End of round 2

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