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2019 NFL Draft

Positional Rankings

Quarterbacks

1Justin HerbertOregon
2Dwayne HaskinsOhio State
3Drew LockMissouri
4Ryan FinleyNorth Carolina St
5Will GrierWest Virginia
6Jarrett StidhamAuburn
7Shea PattersonMichigan
8Brian LewerkeMichigan State
9Clayton ThorsonNorthwestern
10Nick FitzgeraldMississippi State

Running Backs

1Damien HarrisAlabama
2Bryce LoveStanford
3Benny Snell Jr.Kentucky
4Jalin MooreAppalachian State
5Miles SandersPenn State
6Justice HillOklahoma State
7Mike WeberOhio State
8Karan HigdonMichigan
9David MontgomeryIowa State
10Travis HomerMiami

Fullbacks

1Winston DimelUTEP
2Alec IngoldWisconsin
3George AstonPittsburgh
4Britton AbbottOklahoma State
5Chandler CoxAuburn
6Newman WilliamsAkron
7Ray HudsonCalifornia
8Garrett WilliamsClemson
9Khari BlasingameVanderbilt

Wide Receivers

1A.J. BrownMississippi
2Deebo SamuelSouth Carolina
3N'Keal HarryArizona State
4Emanuel HallMissouri
5Riley RidleyGeorgia
6Darius SlaytonAuburn
7Kelvin HarmonNorth Carolina St
8Marquez CallawayTennessee
9Marquise BrownOklahoma
10Marcus SimmsWest Virginia

Tight Ends

1Noah FantIowa
2Albert OkwuegbunamMissouri
3Alize MackNotre Dame
4Isaac NautaGeorgia
5Tommy SweeneyBoston College
6Kaden SmithStanford
7C.J. ConradKentucky
8Foster MoreauLSU
9Jacob BreelandOregon
10Keenen BrownTexas State

Centers

1Elgton JenkinsMississippi State
2Michael JordanOhio State
3Ross PierschbacherAlabama
4Connor McGovernPenn State
5Erik McCoyTexas A&M
6Lamont GaillardGeorgia
7Nick AllegrettiIllinois
8Alec EberleFlorida State
9Jesse BurkettStanford
10Sam MustipherNotre Dame

Guards

1Jonah WilliamsAlabama
2Beau BenzschawelWisconsin
3Michael DeiterWisconsin
4Dalton RisnerKansas State
5Garrett BrumfieldLSU
6Ben PowersOklahoma
7Hjalte FroholdtArkansas
8Alex BarsNotre Dame
9Dru SamiaOklahoma
10Ben BredesonMichigan

Offensive Tackles

1Gregory LittleMississippi
2Trey AdamsWashington
3David EdwardsWisconsin
4Max ScharpingNorthern Illinois
5Kaleb McGaryWashington
6Isaiah PrinceOhio State
7Martez IveyFlorida
8Derwin GrayMaryland
9Calvin AndersonTexas
10Tariq ColeRutgers

Defensive Ends

1Nick BosaOhio State
2Clelin FerrellClemson
3Rashan GaryMichigan
4Zach AllenBoston College
5Austin BryantClemson
6Montez SweatMississippi State
7Jalen JelksOregon
8Chase WinovichMichigan
9Corbin KaufusiBYU
10Carl GrandersonWyoming

Defensive Tackles

1Ed OliverHouston
2Dexter LawrenceClemson
3Christian WilkinsClemson
4Raekwon DavisAlabama
5Derrick BrownAuburn
6Dre'Mont JonesOhio State
7Jerry TilleryNotre Dame
8Jeffery SimmonsMississippi State
9Olive SagapoluWisconsin
10Greg GainesWashington

Outside Linebackers

1Clelin FerrellClemson
2Devin BushMichigan
3Josh AllenKentucky
4Montez SweatMississippi State
5Brian BurnsFlorida State
6Sutton SmithNorthern Illinois
7Anfernee JenningsAlabama
8Porter GustinUSC
9Te'Von ConeyNotre Dame
10Andrew Van GinkelWisconsin

Free Safeties

1Lukas DenisBoston College
2Marvell TellUSC
3Taylor RappWashington
4J.R. ReedGeorgia
5David DowellMichigan State
6Mark McLaurinMississippi State
7Jordan FullerOhio State
8Sheldrick RedwineMiami
9Tyree KinnelMichigan
10Cameron GlennWake Forest

Strong Safeties

1Jaquan JohnsonMiami
2D'Cota DixonWisconsin
3Chauncey Gardner-JohnsonFlorida
4Khaleke HudsonMichigan
5Andrew WingardWyoming
6Johnathan AbramMississippi State
7Jalen ThompsonWashington State
8JoJo McIntoshWashington
9Delvon RandallTemple
10Mike EdwardsKentucky

Placekickers

1Matt GayUtah
2Austin SeibertOklahoma
3Justin YoonNotre Dame
4Bryce CrawfordSan Jose State
5Sean NuernbergerOhio State
6Rafael GaglianoneWisconsin
7Cole TracyLSU
8Jameson VestToledo

Punters

1Mitch WishnowskyUtah
2Jake BaileyStanford
3Corliss WaitmanSouth Alabama
4Corey FatonyMissouri
5Tyler NewsomeNotre Dame
6Stefan FlintoftUCLA
7Jack FoxRice
8Zach SinorOklahoma State
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