Ourlads' 2019 NFL Mock Draft Challenge

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Updated: 04/20/2019 8:56AM ET

Round 1
Kyler MurrayQB Oklahoma
Everything points to Murray to be the Cardinals QB in 2019
Quinnen WilliamsDT Alabama
Big trade right out of the gate. Buffalo moves up to 2 to steal the Alabama DT from their division rivals.
Nick BosaDE Ohio State
Oakland might be willing to unload pick 35 to Jets to move up one spot but the Jets need Bosa just as badly. NY traded away the 2nd round pick this year to move up last year for Sam Darnold. The team has expressed interest in trading out of the pick during the off season.
Rashan GaryDE Michigan
Unless a team outside of the top 10 trades up with NY I think the either the Raiders trade up one spot or the Jets stay put and take Bosa. With Bosa and Q off the board Gary is the next best Edge Rush prospect with the size and speed along with the power to play DE. Wether it is Oakland or NY it should be Gary at 4.
Devin WhiteIB LSU
The LB is suited to play as a rookie as a MLB or odd front ILB. He has some work to do in reading keys and adjusting to Todd Bowles defense. With a year under his belt he will emerge as one of the top ILBs in the NFL. The speed of the heavy handed LB is what earns him this spot.
Josh AllenOB Kentucky
Allen is a seasoned and mature prospect who is clean in character and the highest graded player available. He fits the system in place better than the departed Olivier Vernon. He should start the season as the best pass rush option on the team.
Jonah WilliamsOT Alabama
Jonah was phenomenal at LT for Alabama with zero sacks allowed and was equally phenomenal in his knowledge of technique during interviews. His skill set and football IQ put him ahead of the class and he can be a solid option at any of the 5 offensive line positions.
Ed OliverDT Houston
Oliver is an upgrade over Robinson at 3 tech and gives Detroit some much needed depth. Analysts are all over the place with Oliver. In separate computer analytics he is nearly identical to Quinnen Williams and PFF has him graded toward the middle of the first round. He could end up being a dominant 3 tech and there is proof on tape that he could be effective at 5 tech where he could occasionally line up with the Lions.
DK MetcalfWR Mississippi
DK is a raw prospect with Julio Jones type potential. He is way behind where Julio was as a rookie but he would be in a WR friendly system with Shanahan. He has potential in a pro offense with a good QB to grow into a WR1.
Drew LockQB Missouri
Lock has the height and athleticism that Elway wants under center. His college numbers are not ideal and there is some ugly tape. In Denver Lock would have a chance to sit behind Joe Flacco and develop his pro game. Lock has the best arm talent in the draft and just needs time he never got in college to watch listen and learn for at least a year.
Dwayne HaskinsQB Ohio State
The Bengals are probably surprised Haskins is still on the board. Haskins would be a nice fit for the offense Zac Taylor will want to run. The Bengals have not worked out any of the top QBs which is not a fail safe indicator of not having interest. Haskins at 11 is a good value considering how closely he and Kyler Murray have been graded.
TJ HockensonTE Iowa
Hockenson could contribute as a FB and H Back as a rookie. He helps the run game and gives 12 a viable outlet. He may need a year to develop but should become a top tier TE in the twilight years of Rodgers career.
Andre DillardOT Washington State
Miami would love to trade out of this pick and accumulate draft picks but Dillard is a Tackle prospect with flawless pass pro technique. His understanding of scheme and his anchor are things he can develop quickly on the practice field and in the weight room. It gives Miami bookend pass protectors for FitzMagic and the next QB TBD.
Montez SweatDE Mississippi State
I doubt the Falcons are one of the teams that have removed Sweat from the board. The off field concerns and enlarged heart take a back seat to the speed and power come with a 7 foot wingspan in Sweat.
Marquise BrownWR Oklahoma
Arizona trades pick 33 and Josh Rosen for pick 15. Probably more details in the trade but it gives the Cardinals the draft pick that reunites Kyler Murray with Hollywood Brown. Brown should be the slot option day one. His game speed is unmatched on tape.
Brian BurnsOB Florida State
Burns is raw in comparison to Clelin Ferrell but has a higher ceiling. He gives the Panthers a situational pass rusher this year as he develops into a full time DE.
  Giants   f/CLE
Christian WilkinsDT Clemson
Giants will not reach for need. Wilkins is graded out between the top 10 to 20 prospects. Wilkins is an intelligent and clean prospect who will out play his draft status at 17. He should have a good chance at starting in his rookie year.
Clelin FerrellDE Clemson
Ferrell fits into a rotation as a pass rusher for the Vikings. He could be relied on in 2020 to replace Everson Griffin.
Erik McCoyOC Texas A&M
McCoy was impressive in interviews. His football IQ matches his tape and gives Tennessee an anchor at Center. He is technically sound and his understanding of scheme and assignment have impressed the evaluators around the league.
Devin Bush Jr.IB Michigan
The speedy Bush should have a shot at starting ahead of either Bostic or Williams for the Steelers.
Byron MurphyCB Washington
Seattle with 4 picks in the draft trade down to start accumulating additional picks. Kansas City moves up the board and gets a potential lockdown CB. Murphy is a physical ball hawk that fits the aggressive scheme of Spags and the Chiefs defense.
Chris LindstromOG Boston College
Could be a plug and play Guard on many teams in the NFL. With the possibility of Yanda retiring drafting his replacement makes sense. Yanda says he will play but once he gets to camp he could decide otherwise. Lindstrom is a plug and play NFL Guard with impressive football IQ. He is as safe a pick as there is and has the traits of an elite NFL Guard.
Greedy WilliamsCB LSU
This pick is a value for Houston. Williams is not ready to step in and shut down NFL ones on the outside. One or two seasons will show him all tricks of the trade and if he has improved his block shedding and run support he will be a complete lockdown CB and get a very lucrative payday.
  Raiders   f/CHI
Noah FantTE Iowa
Elite athlete and great hands. Big frame to add strength. Fant is less physical in the blocking areas of TE play but could develop in a year or two into a solid blocker. As a Move TE he can plug in and produce similarly to Jared Cook last year.
Greg LittleOT Mississippi
It is time to start grooming a replacement for JP. Little is the prototype LT prospect. He will have some time to work on his strength and technique. Eagles fans will not like the pick.
Dexter LawrenceDT Clemson
In past drafts a man at 340 lbs that ran a 5 flat in the 40 yard dash and showed the type of movement skills Lawrence did for Clemson would be drafted top 15 or higher. The current NFL emphasizes on pass rush and Lawrence will get there occasionally but cannot be relied on as a pass rush option. He will be a force and can make plays in the backfield but he earns his pay in the NFL as a run stuffer. He will not fall out of the first round.
  Raiders   f/DAL
Cody FordOG Oklahoma
Another massive beast with surprisingly nimble feet. The mammoth Guard or RT prospect is solid in pass pro and a monster in the run game. The value is high for this plug and play prospect.
Kaleb McGaryOT Washington
The Chargers love this body type. He has some learning to do and will have to put in some hard work but has a chance to start at RT on a playoff team.
Johnathan AbramSS Mississippi State
Seattle trades down to 29 and gets an enforcer with range to make plays all over the field. Abrams gets varied grades depending where you look but 29 is enough of a value and the acquired pick from KC is added value. Abram should be an instant starter at SS.
  Packers   f/NO
AJ BrownWR Mississippi
Rodgers needs help. If he survives week one against Khalil Mack. A rookie is not going to be the answer to getting Mack blocked but a legit route runner with RAC ability might give 12 a quicker open receiver to fire it to and over the course of the season AJ Brown paired with Adams could prove to be the best tandem Rodgers has ever had. AJ is NFL ready and has potential to explode onto the scene.
Garrett BradburyOC North Carolina State
Bradbury is worthy of the selection here. He does not have the anchor of Elton Jenkins but he has movement skills that allow him to get to spots not many Centers can. He has some great tape against Christian Wilkins and tested well in shorts.
Deandre BakerCB Georgia
DeAndre Baker has the skill set and mind set to be a CB for Bill Belichick.
Round 2
Parris CampbellWR Ohio State
Redskins get 33 from AZ in the Rosen deal. Campbell was the most fluid athlete at WR during the combine. He has tremendous speed and is built well. He should see targets on the outside and in the slot as part of a young WR group.
  Colts   f/NYJ
N'Keal HarryWR Arizona State
There will be a run on WRs early on day 2. Harry is a physical WR who will make tough contested catches for Luck. He has RAC ability but will need to earn the trust of Luck as he does not get separation easily and will not always be the open man.
Josh JacobsRB Alabama
Early second might be good enough on the Mike Mayock value chart. Someone might reach for the RB in the first round but I am thinking they will all pass. He has excellent quickness into and out of his cut. His college tape shows a lack of breakaway speed and secondary moves to avoid tacklers. He runs with power and has low mileage. He is a well balanced and well build RB and his work ethic and endorsement from Saban will get him drafted early on day 2.
Joejuan WilliamsCB Vanderbilt
49ers get a Richard Sherman type CB who lacks elite speed but has an NFL CB skill set. He blanketed WRs in the SEC and should have an easy transition to the pro game.
Daniel JonesQB Duke
As long as another team does not reach for a back up QB the Giants will get a nice prospect to sit behind Eli in 2019. This pick is closer to where Daniel Jones is graded among the 2019 prospects.
Irv SmithTE Alabama
Smith can contribute as a rookie. He will work hard and his skill set will force the coaches to put him on the field. If he can put on some muscle this off season he could easily end up being the best TE from this draft class.
Darnell Savage Jr.FS Maryland
More speed for the defense. Savage might need some rotational snaps in dime packages before he is ready to take command of the deep center as the starting FS.
Dalton RisnerOG Kansas State
49ers get this pick from Buffalo. Risner can play any of the 5 O line positions and might be a candidate to start at Center as a rookie. He has been compared to Cody Whitehair also form K State.
Mack WilsonIB Alabama
It would have been a reach for Bush at 10 so Elway waits it out and gets Wilson. Wilson demonstrates the ability to zone cover and is a nice blitzer from the ILB spot.
Tytus HowardOT Alabama State
Howard is a highly athletic prospect that is questionable as to how close he is to be a potential starting LT. He could come out of camp as the guy or he could need a year or two but his physical attributes will likely get him drafted on day 2.
Rock Ya-SinCB Temple
The CB passed the eye test and had some analysts pushing him up the draft boards. He has ball skills which is a plus but his technical flaws will need some fine tuning. He is a fit for the Lions scheme of things but will need to work his way onto the field before he is a key contributor.
Connor McGovernOG Penn State
The PSU lineman is a solid run blocker and will challenge for a starting spot as a rookie.
Jerry TilleryDT Notre Dame
Big Nasty. JT next to Tak McKinley is as violent as you will see. If my draft predictions are correct the other side is Grady Jarrett next to Montez Sweat with Vic Beasley occasionally as a blitzer. On paper that is a scary line.
Jachai PoliteOB Florida
Polite had a terrible off season. The combine drills and interviews did not go as he would have liked. His tape shows a raw prospect with a fierce and forceful If not brutal playing style. He has top level pass rush talent that is unrefined but effective. He could go much higher in the draft because he does have special pass rush talent.
Riley RidleyWR Georgia
Ridley is more of a possession receiver but has a good feel for the route tree and great hands.
Jaylon FergusonDE Louisiana Tech
Ferguson had huge production against some small school programs. His tape is not flashy and he was not impressive at his pro day. His motor is nonstop though and he has the make up to be coached into a wrecking ball off the edge. He may have to start ready or not on the depleted line for Miami.
Justin LayneCB Michigan State
The WR turned CB has the ball skills one would think he would have. He needs to work on his tackling technique as he relies on cut tackling which will only get him a face mask full of turf in the NFL the majority of the time.
Dre'Mont JonesDT Ohio State
Jones is a 3 tech pass rusher who should see time as a rookie in the rotation.
Hakeem ButlerWR Iowa State
Butler gives the Titans another big target with speed. Butler has to work on the dropped passes but has undeniable talent.
Julian LoveCB Notre Dame
Seems like a great fit on the Steelers defense. Love has a knack for playing the ball and might be the best Nickel CB prospect in the draft.
  Eagles   f/BAL
Nasir AdderleyFS Delaware
The Eagles have taken a hard look at Adderley. This is a good spot for the Delaware Safety who might be better moving back to CB in a press man scheme. The Eagles have McCloud and that is just enough to give Adderley a shot at developing better technique and understanding of coverages as a FS.
  Texans   f/SEA
Damien HarrisRB Alabama
Yep. The Alabama RB duo goes one and two off the board. Harris is a grinder who can do everything yo need him to. Like Jacobs he lacks breakaway speed but he actually looked lighter on his feet than Jacobs. He is a little more elusive than Jacobs as well. He is a pro style RB built for a bell cow role.
Lonnie Johnson Jr.CB Kentucky
Houston might trade one of these back to back picks. Whoever gets Lonnie Johnson is getting a big and highly skilled CB. He lacks elite speed and will get beat on some fifty fifty balls but he will compete hard and should be an adequate starter at some point.
  Patriots   f/CHI
Chase WinovichDE Michigan
The Patriots need at least one personality in the locker room and on the practice field. Winovich is a solid edge rusher with a determined motor. He is also media friendly and can assume the role of court jester that Gronk left behind.
Jeffery SimmonsDT Mississippi State
Eagles red shirt the top 5 talent who will not be available in 2019 because of an injury.
Taylor RappFS Washington
Rapp did not test well this Spring and I see him falling. He could be drafted higher but he could also be viewed as nothing more than a Dime LB.
Vosean JosephOB Florida
Germaine PrattIB North Carolina State
Deebo SamuelWR South Carolina
Seattle gets this pick from KC and gets a KR specialist and big Slot Receiver
David MontgomeryRB Iowa State
  Chiefs   f/LAR
Te'von ConeyIB Notre Dame
Kahale WarringTE San Diego State