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Legend's 2019 NFL Mock Draft

Postby The Legend » Apr 22, '19, 5:04 pm

1. Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
The buzz and movement across the NFL world that the Cardinals will draft Kyler Murray is undeniable, Murray will still be left with a team with plenty of holes, but if new coach Kliff Kingsbury needs him to run his style of offense, then Murray should be the pick and one year later Arizona will be looking to trade a top 10 quarterback selected in the draft.
Previous Pick: Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa
2. San Francisco 49ers – Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State
San Francisco might break land speed records to turn in this pick if Arizona does in fact select Murray. This draft is loaded with defensive talent, but nobody offers the same game-changing potential as Bosa, who should help transform the defensive front that has plenty of talent around Bosa as well. If the Niners can avoid the rash of injuries that hit the team, particularly on offense last year, San Francisco might push the Seahawks for second in the NFC West and a playoff shot.
Previous Pick: Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams
3. New York Jets – Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
Jets trade back a few spots, pick up an extra mid-round pick and still wind up getting their man to help with a pass rush. The Jets have lacked a real pass rusher for far too long and adding Allen to that front that already includes Leonard Williams should help to free up the whole Gregg Williams pass rush scheme with the added attention that Allen will attract.
Previous Pick: Josh Allen, Josh Allen
4. Oakland Raiders – Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
The pushing of the prize defensive players down the draft board continues and here the Raiders benefit by getting one of the two best players in the draft. Williams won’t fill the void left by the Khalil Mack trade, but he’s a special talent and getting a guy that can generate a pass rush in the face of the quarterback is becoming more valuable each day in the modern NFL. The rebuilding of the Oakland defense gets a major step forward with this pick.
Previous Pick: Quinnen Williams, Rashan Gary
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Devin White, ILB, LSU
Tampa has a lot of holes and could use help at just about every position, but finding a centerpiece of the defense is where the Buccaneers can take the most immediate positive impact on the team. White is a prototypical linebacker for today’s NFL defenses that can disrupt the run game by attacking downhill, but also help with pass rush and coverage.
Previous Pick: Devin White, Jonah Williams
6. New York Giants – Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan
The Giants have plenty of work to do in full rebuild mode and starting on defense makes some level of sense. This is going to be a lost season and owning that in the long run might be the smarter play than being delusional. Rumors are circulating that Daniel Jones is their top QB, which makes sense because they can still say they got their guy when they draft him in the middle of the first round, instead of taking Haskins in the top 10.
Previous Pick: Dwayne Haskins, Dwayne Haskins
7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
Now that Jacksonville has Nick Foles under a massive contract, it would seem its quarterback conundrum has been solved for at least the short term. With that in mind, the next step is to protect that investment and help open up holes for Leonard Fournette: enter the top offensive tackle in this draft in the former Gator blocker.
Previous Pick: Jawaan Taylor, Drew Lock
8. Detroit Lions – Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State
The Lions need help at all three levels of the defense and Sweat is a rare athlete at his position and should be able to provide a great speed rush on a defense that desperately needs to produce more sacks after only recording a middling 43 sacks last year.
Previous Pick: Montez Sweat, Greedy Williams
9. Buffalo Bills – Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
Buffalo has some large holes on the defensive line and none are larger than the loss of six-time Pro Bowler Kyle Williams. Oliver has the rare athleticism to be the type of penetrating defensive tackle with the speed to chase down quarterbacks from the center of the line that is becoming ever more important to modern defenses, who are constantly looking for the next best way to attack the passing game.
Previous Pick: Andre Dillard, Jeffery Simmons
10. Denver Broncos – Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
The Broncos went out this off-season and acquired Joe Flacco to fill the immediate void at quarterback. But, a 30-something year-old passer, whose best seasons are faint blurs in the rearview mirror isn’t really a long-term answer. Add in the top quarterback in the class falling into the Broncos laps at #10 is just too much for John Elway to pass up. Flacco might still start the season, but Haskins is a franchise passer in the making for Denver.
Previous Pick: T.J. Hockenson, Daniel Jones
11. Cincinnati Bengals – Devin Bush, ILB, Michigan
The Bengals allowed more yards than any other team in the NFL this past season, if they want a chance to escape the AFC North basement that needs to change. Bush is a playmaker that can help Cincinnati attack both the run and the pass from the middle of that defense. The former Wolverine will be an instant upgrade for whatever team picks him up early in the NFL draft.
Previous Pick: Devin Bush, Devin White
12. Green Bay Packers – T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa
The Packers need to replenish their supply of playmakers on offense and even though they signed Jimmy Graham in free agency last year, another tight end in Green Bay would be a welcome addition for Aaron Rodgers and Co. Hockenson is a playmaking tight end that could help the Packers re-gain their offensive form and add as a valuable second target behind Davante Adams.
Previous Pick: Noah Fant, Jachai Polite
13. Miami Dolphins – Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
The Dolphins are a team in need of a lot of help in a lot of different areas, but it starts with the trenches and protecting the quarterback. Williams has the experience and talent to be a cornerstone tackle and protect the edge for whoever winds up as the signal-caller of the future for the team (more on that later).
Previous Pick: Drew Lock, Brian Burns
14. Atlanta Falcons – Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
Dillard is a guy with plenty of experience as a four-year starter and has athleticism to be a strong right tackle where the Falcons only have short-term answers at best with the likes of Ty Sambrailo. Atlanta’s offense has been missing the fire power it should produce with somebody like Matt Ryan at QB for the past couple of years, but beefing up the offensive line will help that productivity more than anything.
Previous Pick: Ed Oliver, Ed Oliver
15. Washington – Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
Washington has learned a hard lesson this year. It’s easy to say you need an upgrade at the quarterback position, but it’s a lot harder to actually find a guy that makes your team that much better. Alex Smith didn’t help them much at all and now after his devastating injury may never play again. Case Keenum doesn’t make sense as a starter at this point of his career and I doubt they plan on handing him the job. The names have changed, but QB remains the top priority for Washington to find the answer. Lock is strong-armed and prototypical as a passer and should give the offense a boost.
Previous Pick: Daniel Jones, Kyler Murray
16. Carolina Panthers – Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson
Carolina needs massive improvements in the trenches both offensively and defensively and Clelin Ferrell has the potential to help the Panthers’ pass rush off the edge in a big way. Ferrell was a key part of Clemson’s amazingly talented defensive front and hugely productive with 21 sacks the last two seasons to go with 36.5 TFL’s in the same time period.
Previous Pick: Rashan Gary, Cody Ford
17. New York Giants – Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
There’s rumors coming out that one team has Jones as its top prospective passer and the writing is on the wall that it is the Giants, who will take advantage of Jones’ time with David Cutcliffe at Duke and the same cerebral talents as Eli as a way to move seamlessly from one quarterback era into the next, at least they hope.
Previous Pick: Jonah Williams, Browns select Byron Murphy
18. Minnesota Vikings – Cody Ford, OG, Oklahoma
Minnesota has some serious issues along the offensive line that limited the running game and put a cap on what Kirk Cousins could do in that offense. Ford should be able to lock down a spot on the interior of that line for a long time to come, which will be a welcome sight for Cousins and Dalvin Cook.
Previous Pick: Cody Ford, Dalton Risner
19. Tennessee Titans – Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
Last mock draft, I had the Titans selecting a different Clemson defensive lineman, this time around they get the athletic gap player in Wilkins to man the middle of their front. Pairing Wilkins with Jurell Casey will not only make Tennessee very difficult to run against, but give them a more athletic pass rusher in the trenches that will cause problems when paired with ends Harold Landry and Cameron Wake.
Previous Pick: Clelin Ferrell, D.K. Metcalf
20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
Pittsburgh needs to fix its defense and get back to the type of football the Steelers are known for. The Steelers were susceptible against the pass last season and they need to plan for the end of Joe Haden’s career which is coming sooner rather than later. Murphy is probably the best ball-hawking corner in this draft and will help Pittsburgh deal with the changing face of the AFC North.
Previous Pick: Byron Murphy, Devin Bush
21. Seattle Seahawks – Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Now that the Seahawks have Russell Wilson locked up on a long-term, lucrative deal, they need to continue to replenish his set of weapons as Seattle transitions the style of play they utilize to one led by a franchise quarterback and all the roster building challenges that presents. Fant will be a versatile weapon in the run and pass game to help Wilson.
Previous Pick: Christian Wilkins, Montez Sweat
22. Baltimore Ravens – A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
What the Ravens did over the back half of the 2018 season was impressive, re-making the offense to bring in Lamar Jackson and the talented former Louisville quarterback helped lead Baltimore into the playoffs. However, what the Ravens did doesn’t appear to be the most long-term solution moving forward. They need to improve the pass game with Jackson and finally hitting on some skill on the outside after years of misses will be critical for that success. Brown is as complete of a receiver as this draft class has to offer and should be the first receiver taken.
Previous Pick: D.K. Metcalf, N’Keal Harry
23. Houston Texans – Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, a young Houston Texans franchise quarterback was sacked a record number of times this season. If Houston wants to avoid having David Carr’s career replicated through Deshaun Watson they better get him some offensive line help. Risner is a consistent technician on the offensive line and could fill in a multitude of spots on Houston’s offensive line.
Previous Pick: Greg Little, Greg Little
24. Oakland Raiders – Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
After grabbing a defensive line prospect in Quinnen Williams earlier in Round 1, the Raiders get a defensive back and another Williams in Greedy to help the secondary and continue to rebuild the crumbling defense on the bay. Williams is the type of corner that can blanket the team’s best receiver and play man coverage all over the field, which will help Oakland in a big way.
Previous Pick: Greedy Williams, DeAndre Baker
25. Philadelphia Eagles – Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State
The Eagles have needs on both sides of the ball, but improving the offensive line and helping to protect a franchise quarterback in Carson Wentz that has ended the past two seasons on injured reserve. Bradbury is a strong anchor for the middle of an offensive line and showed quality abilities against team’s like Clemson in the ACC.
Previous Pick: Dalton Risner, Christian Wilkins
26. Indianapolis Colts – Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
Lawrence is a massive presence in the middle of the defense at 6-4, 342 pounds and he should help the Colts as a run stuffing tackle in a division with a bunch of other teams in the division who will want to be run first without quality drop back passers at the helm.
Previous Pick: Brian Burns, Marquise Brown
27. Oakland Raiders – Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
Oakland has already done plenty of work on the defensive side of the ball this draft and now they turn the attention to offense. Upgrades like Antonio Brown will make the Raiders a more explosive offense and get Derek Carr back on track. However, the most important think Oakland can do now is becoming balanced by adding a difference maker in the backfield like the game changer that Jacobs is.
Previous Pick: Irv Smith, Jr., Josh Jacobs
28. Los Angeles Chargers – Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State
Picking where Simmons lands in this draft is as difficult of a question as there is. It makes sense that a playoff team like the Chargers would take the risk on a player recovering from a torn ACL that will likely miss a huge portion of the season, if not the entire thing. I previously had Lawrence slotted here, but with him already off the board Simmons might be a good long term solution for LA.
Previous Pick: Dexter Lawrence, Dexter Lawrence
29. Kansas City Chiefs – Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
The Chiefs have one of the most prolific offenses of all time. They have no issues there. However, defensively they have nothing but issues. Kansas City, has arguably gotten worse on the side of the ball where they were already the worst in the league, but the draft will offer them the chance to fix those issues. The defensive front is of larger concern after high profile departures of pass rushers Dee Ford and Justin Houston, but I don’t love the value of the pass rushers here. Layne has the size and length to be a physical bump and run corner and enough speed to stick with receivers down the field.
Previous Pick: Jachai Polite, Mack Wilson
30. Green Bay Packers – Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
Brown has his limitations due to his slight frame (5-9, 166), but the man known as Hollywood has proven with Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray that he has game-changing speed and is a threat to break a big play any time his quarterback can find him. Rodgers, would love the chance to find him in the open field while working out of the slot, finally giving Green Bay back a secondary receiver alongside Davante Adams to make this offense potent once again.
Previous Pick: Marquise Brown, T.J. Hockenson
31. Los Angeles Rams – Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College
The Rams saw they still had work to do offensively to be able to put up points against elite defenses when they met the Patriots in the Super Bowl. The number one area of improvement is along the offensive front, where the Patriots too often clogged running lanes and pressured Jared Goff. Lindstrom is the top pure guard in the draft class and will help the interior of an offensive line that needs to get stronger.
Previous Pick: Garrett Bradbury, Deionte Thompson
32. New England Patriots – Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
Thompson is a high-level hybrid safety that can play both the run and the pass well, whose versatility fits perfectly into complex modern defensive systems. He can track the ball and he can deliver big hits, both skills that the back end of the New England’s defense could really use as they look to repeat as Super Bowl Champions.
Previous Pick: Jeffery Simmons, Irv Smith, Jr.
33. Arizona Cardinals – Michael Deiter, OG, Wisconsin
After getting ahold of coach Kliff Kingsbury’s choice of quarterback in the first round in Kyler Murray, the Cardinals now must figure out how to protect the new franchise passer. Wisconsin knows how to build offensive linemen and Deiter should be able step right in at guard and help a soft spot on Arizona’s offense.
Previous Pick: Jerry Tillery
34. Indianapolis Colts – D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
The Colts could use an upgrade in Andrew Luck’s weapons and Metcalf could instantly become a physical presence that would be a great possession receiver and chain mover and a consistent target in the red zone for the offense.
Previous Pick: Riley Ridley
35. Oakland Raiders – Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
The Raiders continue to use this draft to rebuild the defense with an extra focus on the core of the unit right up the middle. Wilson is a smart and athletic linebacker that could be the leader of the Oakland-Las Vegas squad for years to come.
Previous Pick: Mack Wilson
36. San Francisco 49ers – Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
Adderley has experience at both safety and cornerback, which could prove a great asset for a San Francisco unit that has questions all over the secondary, starting with how long can top corner Richard Sherman continue to play at a high level. The Delaware product could be an impact player at free safety or nickel corner and even as a hybrid that offers the versatility of a modern defense.
Previous Pick: Johnathan Abram
37. New York Giants – DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia
Baker was this year’s Jim Thorpe Award winner for the best defensive back in college football while with the Bulldogs and that type of accomplishment and skills to show for it will be very attractive to NFL teams in April. The Giants will need to make significant changes to its defense as this rebuild gets under way and Baker should fit right in.
Previous Pick: DeAndre Baker
38. Jacksonville Jaguars – Irv Smith, Jr., TE, Alabama
The Jaguars need a safety blanket for Nick Foles and whoever becomes the quarterback of the future if Jacksonville chooses to hedge its bets and grab another signal caller. Smith is a solid if not unspectacular tight end who would offer a steady presence in north Florida.
Previous Pick: Nasir Adderley
39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Taylor Rapp, S, Washington
Tampa takes another stab at improving its porous defense by adding an experienced safety in Rapp. The Washington product isn’t biggest prospect around, but he’s well built and looks like a football player with the instincts to match and should improve a secondary in desperate need of an upgrade.
Previous Pick: Josh Jacobs
40. Buffalo Bills – Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
After upgrading the defensive front in the first round, Buffalo moves to the back end where the Bills could use an improvement from nickel back Rafael Bush or maybe even on the outside where Kevin Johnson currently roams.
Previous Pick: L.J. Collier
41. Denver Broncos – Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame
Tillery got good news this week that his shoulder injury is improving faster than expected and he should be ready for training camp for whichever team adds him. Denver has a good defense that could become even better with the addition of a strong presence in the trenches like the former Fighting Irish standout.
Previous Pick: Erik McCoy
42. Cincinnati Bengals – Jachai Polite, DE, Florida
Polite doesn’t excel at any individual task or technique, but could be a good piece of the Bengals defensive front’s puzzle. He has a multiple pass rush moves and ways to escape blockers and has decent size and attributes to contribute on the top level of football.
Previous Pick: Kaleb McGary
43. Detroit Lions – Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple
The run on defensive backs in the second round continues with the Lions picking up Ya-Sin. Had Ya-Sin contributed more than one year of FBS football tape for scouts to look at I’m guessing Ya-Sin would be much higher rated. The transfer into Temple checks all the boxes of traits that teams look for in cornerbacks, he’s long, has good size and weight with the speed and explosiveness to succeed in the NFL.
Previous Pick: DeAndre Baker
44. Green Bay Packers – T.J. Edwards, LB, Wisconsin
The Packers stay in state to select Edwards to bolster a linebacker corps that could use an upgrade. When Green Bay was at its peak, the defense was anchored by linebackers like TJ Hawk and Clay Matthews. Edwards was a four-year starter for the Badgers and has excellent instincts and a nose for the ball.
Previous Pick: Jaylon Ferguson
45. Atlanta Falcons – Brian Burns, DE, Florida State
The Falcons flip to the opposite side of the trenches in the second round and grab the quickest pass rusher in this class. Burns is a fantastic athlete with an elite first step in speed rushing. He’s a bit thin and frail for an NFL defensive lineman, which could pose a problem in run support, but his asset as a pass rush specialist will be too good to pass up.
Previous Pick: Rock Ya-Sin
46. Washington – N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
Harry is an interesting prospect who has bounced all over draft boards and mock drafts throughout the pre-draft process. He’s not an elite prospect, but he could contribute to activating a stagnant Washington offense that needs all the help it can get.
Previous Pick: N’Keal Harry
47. Carolina Panthers – Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington
Carolina has long had issues with its offensive line and Cam Newton is starting to feel the affect of those shortcomings and ended last year without an ability to throw the ball down field at all. McGary is a career right tackle where he might stick, but he could also bump inside to guard to help on the inside as he adjusts to the NFL game and develops.
Previous Pick: Taylor Rapp
48. Arizona Cardinals *MOCK TRADE* – Deebo Samuel, WR, Clemson
In this scenario Miami trades its second round pick and a late round pick for Josh Rosen. The Cardinals have already attacked their quarterback situation and the offensive line in this draft and now they add a weapon for Murray that can stretch the field, learn under Larry Fitzgerald and then replace the Arizona legend when the time comes.
49. Cleveland Browns – Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
It’s been more than a decade since the Browns had to wait this long to make a draft pick, but the addition of Odell Beckham, Jr. should be worth it. The Browns need to look to upgrade the secondary on defense and the line on offense in this draft. Gardner-Johnson will come in and compete for the vacant strong safety spot and help complete that secondary.
Previous Pick: Justin Layne
50. Minnesota Vikings – Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
Another meat and potatoes draft pick for the Vikings. Minnesota could use an upgrade next to nose tackle Linval Joseph and Jones is an athletic option that will help in the run game and also be an interior pass rusher and playmaker at the next level.
Previous Pick: Deebo Samuel
51. Tennessee Titans – Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
Where as D.K. Metcalf got all the attention as a physical freak, Butler is just physically impressive at 6-5 and 227 pounds and has better, more consistent production to show for it as well. Butler is the type of receiver that could become the steal of the draft and should offer Tennessee’s limited offense a matchup nightmare that will be difficult for defenses to deal with.
Previous Pick: Parris Campbell
52. Pittsburgh Steelers – Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida
Pittsburgh needs a playmaking linebacker in the middle of the defense to make up for the loss of Ryan Shazier and Joseph offers that type of talent. He’s an impressive athlete and can make plays all over the field, which can make up for him being a little undersized and potentially a little weak at the point of attack.
Previous Pick: Vosean Joseph
53. Philadelphia Eagles – Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State
Abram is a physically intimidating box safety who will upgrade Philadelphia’s tackling and be a plus-side run stopper from the safety spot and be particularly helpful in nickel packages where he can play either the run or pass.
Previous Pick: Miles Sanders
54. Houston Texans – Jaylon Ferguson, LB, Louisiana Tech
Ferguson has the instincts, knowledge and aggressiveness to overcome a lack of athletic traits and should be an overachiever at the next level. His pass rush is the best attribute he offers and Ferguson has a knack for studying linemen and having a game plan for how to attack each opponent.
Previous Pick: Trayvon Mullen
55. Houston Texans – Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
Sternberger is one of the more complete tight end prospects you’ll come across in today’s game. He has the pass catching ability with strong hands and a good catch radius. He also proved in college that he’s also a ready, willing and able blocker in the run game and even in the pass game.
Previous Pick: David Montgomery
56. New England Patriots – Oshane Ximines, DE, Old Dominion
Ximines will be able to jump right into the Patriots scheme as a passing down rusher to get after the quarterback, something New England has lacked as a pass rush specialist. He has a chance to develop into a more complete player if he can improve in the run game with strength at the point of attack.
Previous Pick: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
57. Philadelphia Eagles – David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
Montgomery is a steady runner, who can jump into the Eagles as a third down back to help complete the running game after the acquisition of Jordan Howard. The former Cyclone will also learn from Howard and be ready to take over main back duties in a year or two when Philly is ready to move on from the veteran running back.
Previous Pick: Blake Cashman
58. Dallas Cowboys – J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford
Arcega-Whiteside is a strong and physical possession receiver, who should be the perfect compliment to Amari Cooper’s playmaking ability to give Dallas a balanced and more complete offensive attack when paired with Zeke Elliot.
Previous Pick: Deionte Thompson
59. Indianapolis Colts – Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
The Colts get a strong press corner with good size and strength to take on NFL receivers and help Indianapolis’ defense take the next step as they attempt to challenge for a run at the Super Bowl.
Previous Pick: Julian Love
60. Los Angeles Chargers – Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
Cajuste is a developmental tackle that should be able to progress into a solid starter for the Bolts as they move forward. Cajuste checks the physical traits a team looks for. He’ll just need to refine and improve on his technique and play style.
Previous Pick: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson
61. Kansas City Chiefs – Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
The Chiefs find a pass rusher to replace the departed rushers they’ve lost and re-tool a struggling defense that Kansas City hopes won’t be what holds them back from a Super Bowl run for a second straight year.
Previous Pick: Dre’Mont Jones
62. New Orleans Saints – Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia
By the end of last season Drew Brees was throwing to Michael Thomas and a bunch of guys more fit for practice squads across the NFL. Ridley offers a definite upgrade and the type of wide receiver that makes teams think twice about who to offer extra attention when guarding this Saints offense.
Previous Pick: Chris Lindstrom
63. Kansas City Chiefs – Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
Love offers the Chiefs a chance to replace Kareem Hunt, which will take the offense back to the level it operated at until the suspension that gave Kansas City just enough of a hit to take the team down a peg.
Previous Pick: Juan Thornhill
64. New England Patriots – Gerald Willis, DT, Miami
The Patriots find a rotational defensive lineman at the end of the second round to bolster the defense in the trenches as they are sure to find themselves up against plenty of high-powered offenses this season.
65. Arizona Cardinals – Te’Von Coney, LB, Notre Dame
66. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State
67. San Francisco 49ers – Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
68. New York Jets – Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
69. Jacksonville Jaguars – Will Grier, QB, West Virginia
70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame
71. Denver Broncos – Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo
72. Cincinnati Bengals – Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo
73. New England Patriots – Gardner Minshew, QB, Washington State
74. Buffalo Bills – Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford
75. Green Bay Packers – Kris Boyd, CB, Texas
76. Washington – Elgton Jenkins, OL, Mississippi State
77. Carolina Panthers – Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia
78. Miami Dolphins – Martez Ivey, OL, Florida
79. Atlanta Falcons – Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
80. Cleveland Browns – Germaine Pratt, LB, NC State
Pratt is an interesting prospect for the Browns, because he split time at safety, inside and outside linebacker positions. He could be added depth and competition for the strong safety or strongside linebacker vacancies, or if nothing else should be a solid tackling core special teams player, which Cleveland needs to improve in the coverage game.
Previous Pick: Germaine Pratt
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