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Greg DePalma
04/25/2019 3:15PM ET



Here’s our final mock draft for the 2019 season that will include trade scenarios.

You can listen to our final ‘Mock Draft Podcast’ on Ourlads’ Guide to the 2019 NFL Draft with Dan Shonka as Dan and I go in-depth on every pick in the first-round.

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1 Arizona QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

2 Oakland DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Raiders get their fans back with an impact sexy pick-up.

3 NY Jets DT Ed Oliver, Houston

If the Jets fail to trade down in the first, look for them to add more picks later by trading down in the middle rounds.

4 San Francisco DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama

With only six picks going in, the 49ers trade down two spots to add a premium pick to their arsenal and still get a quality talent they could have chosen at two. 

5 Washington QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

The Bucs need more picks and the Redskins are the perfect trade partner with their desire to steal Haskins from New York.

6 NY Giants OLB Josh Allen, Kentucky

7 Jacksonville TE TJ Hockenson, Iowa

8 Detroit ILB Devin White, LSU

9 Buffalo DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

Keep in mind that Clelin Ferrell could be chosen over Sweat if Sweat’s recent health concerns have him free-fall down the board.

10 Denver OL Jonah Williams, Alabama

11 Cincinnati QB Drew Lock, Missouri

New young offensive-minded head coach = new QB.

The Bengals can also save 40 million by cutting Andy Dalton.

12 Green Bay ILB Devin Bush, Michigan

13 Miami RT Andre Dillard, Washington State

14 Atlanta DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

15 Tampa Bay RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

16 Carolina DE Rashan Gary, Michigan

17 NY Giants QB Daniel Jones, Duke

18 Minnesota DL Christian Wilkins, Clemson

19 Tennessee OLB Brian Burns, Florida State

20 Pittsburgh WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma

Lots of options here with Brown getting the nod thanks to his elite speed that will help spread the entire field. Last year’s second-round pick James Washington is no sure thing after a disappointing rookie season, so Brown will also provide insurance.

21 Seattle CB Greedy Williams, LSU

If Williams is gone by 21, I can see the Seahawks going with a receiver (N’Keal Harry), an offensive lineman (Kaleb McGary) or an edge-rusher (Jaylon Ferguson).

If the Seahawks go in another direction with their first pick, keep an eye on CB Joejuan Williams from Vanderbilt as a potential second or third-round selection.

22 Baltimore C Garrett Bradbury, NC State

23 Houston OT Kaleb McGary, Washington

24 San Francisco WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

25 Philadelphia DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech

26 Indianapolis DL Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi St.

G.M. Chris Ballard is clearly the most underrated football executive in the NFL and his master plan of building from within is about to pay huge dividends. Not only do the Colts have the most salary cap space in the league, but they quite possibly have the least amount of issues. That’s why I’m going with Simmons here. Ballard and the Colts are building towards a long-term goal, which is why they can afford to be more patient with Simmons - who tore his ACL in February - than most other G.M.’s.

27 Oakland CB Byron Murphy, Washington

28 Los Angeles OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida

As good as the Chargers were last season, they still have several key holes to fill at right tackle, defensive line and safety.

Besides Taylor at this spot, keep an eye on DTs Dexter Lawrence & Jerry Tillery as well as DBs Johnathan Abram & Juan Thornhill.

QB Daniel Jones could also be an option here as a developmental future starter or they could trade for Josh Rosen.

29 Seattle WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

30 Green Bay WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

31 Los Angeles DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

The decision to go with Lawrence appears to be an easy one. If they pass on Lawrence or if he’s unavailable, I would look for an edge-rusher, some offensive line depth or a defensive back.

The Rams will probably add some running back depth on the second or third day. 

32 New England TE Noah Fant, Iowa

The defending champs own a league-high 12 draft picks and I suspect they’ll spend several of them on much needed receiving depth. They also need to add some pass rushers, find safety depth and look for Tom Brady’s eventual successor and Josh Rosen could very well be that guy.