Sadly, the NFL season is officially over. On the bright side, NFL Draft season is now revving up. With the football season over and the NFL Combine just around the corner we’re in the thick of prospect talk, and rumors will be flying.

It’s a great time to get an idea of what direction your favorite NFL team could be going come the 2019 NFL Draft in April. We’re still months away from the actual draft so let me stipulate that a lot will change between now and then. Grades aren’t complete, athletic testing hasn’t taken place yet, and not all prospects have been watched, so just remember mock drafts are more about being a fun exercise than anything else.

With National Signing Day just taking place I also included first-round players’ high school rankings along with pro comparisons for all players in the first, second, and third-rounds.

*All recruiting rankings from 247Sports

Round 1

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Quinnen Williams, IDL, Alabama (6-3, 290 pounds)

  • If the Cardinals decide to stick and pick at the top, they can’t go wrong. It’s either Nick Bosa or Quinnen Williams, the two top players in the draft. They just need to decide between the two. Quinen Williams gives them a stud on the interior D-line to compliment Chandler Jones on the edge. With his elite hand use, leverage, and athleticism Williams has All-Pro abilities at 3-Tech. His culture changing capability will be an asset in the locker room to new head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
  • Pro Comparison: Gerald McCoy
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (155th overall)
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State (6-3, 270 pounds)

  • Best case scenario for the 49ers is the Cardinals go with Quinnen Williams. San Fran desperately needs a primer edge rusher and Nick Bosa is perfect for them. By getting Bosa they’ll be able to kick Solomon Thomas inside to 3-Tech on passing downs to go with DeForest Buckner at 1-Tech and Arik Armstead on the other edge. Bosa has some of the most violent hands you’ll see and he’s a leverage monster. He can be one of the best all-around edge players in the NFL.
  • Pro Comparison: Joey Bosa
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (8th)
  1. TRADE: New York Giants (from NY Jets)- Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State (6-3, 220 pounds)

  • Anytime a team is looking to draft a QB in the first round they almost always need to trade up to pull it off. The Giants can no longer sit on their hands and watch Eli Manning ruin this offense, they need to make a move now. Dwayne Haskins is a nice fit for Pat Shurmur with his quick processing and decision making. He has the arm talent to push the ball down the field and although ball placement is inconsistent, he can make some absurd throws into tight windows. With Saquon Barkley, Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram, the Giants just need a QB with talent.
  • Pro Comparison: Jared Goff
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (91st)
  • Giants receive: 3rd overall pick
  • Jets receive: 6th overall pick, 35th overall pick, 2020 second-round pick
  1. Oakland Raiders- DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss (6-3, 225 pounds)

  • If possible the Raiders will likely want to trade out of this pick. Their biggest need is edge rusher and with the talent in this class they’re better off acquiring assets and taking one later in the first-round. If they stick and pick, getting the best wide receiver in the draft with incredible upside is a good call. DK Metcalf is a physical freak with everything needed to be an All-Pro. He can play above the rim, burn you deep, and make plays after the catch. His potential is through the roof.
  • Pro Comparison: Josh Gordon
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (110th)
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Ed Oliver, IDL, Houston (6-0, 280 pounds)

  • It’s begun, people are starting to sleep on Ed Oliver because he lacks size. Some are even saying a move to off-ball linebacker is a possibility, uh what!? Ignore that take. They slept on Aaron Donald, Geno Atkins, and Grady Jarrett too, let the tape do the talking. With Gerald McCoy likely out the door in Tampa, they could use a new freaky stud like Oliver inside. He has rare quickness and movement skills for an interior player and although he lacks size he holds up at the point of attack. Oliver spent most his time in college beating double and triple-teams, don’t overthink him.
  • Pro Comparison: Geno Atkins
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (6th)
  1. TRADE: Denver Broncos (from NY Jets via NY Giants)- Drew Lock, QB, Missouri (6-4, 223 pounds)

  • It’s no secret that John Elway has already fallen head over heels for a QB in this draft, so this one’s for John. Again, it’s more likely than not that teams will have to trade up for QBs in the first-round, even if it’s a weak class. Knowing the way Elway tends to attack the QB position the rumors he loves Drew Lock aren’t surprising. Lock has an impressive arm and can throw at different arm angles, both traits are impressive. He’s also a poor decision maker, slow through progressions, not consistent with accuracy, and his lower body mechanics are a mess. If the Broncos take him in the first-round they need to commit time to developing him.
  • Pro Comparison: Derek Carr
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (98th)
  • Broncos receive: 6th overall pick
  • Jets receive: 10th overall pick, 41st overall pick
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma (6-3, 340 pounds)

  • With Nick Foles buying out his contract in Philadelphia, the Jaguars seem like the likely landing spot for him. By adding Foles as their veteran starter, the Jags need to surround him with everything so he can help the offense succeed. Cody Ford is one massive, nimble, and mean right tackle who can inject attitude into the Jaguars O-line. Having Ford solidify their front could be huge for the Jaguars passing and running game. He’s got ridiculous footwork for a many of his size to go with heavy hands, a strong anchor, and finishing mentality.   
  • Pro Comparison: Cordy Glenn
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (533rd)
  1. Detroit Lions- Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State (6-4, 245 pounds)

  • After a disapoinintg year for rookie head coach Matt Patricia, the Lions need to get him some defensive talent to build around. The Lions need a pass rush and lucky for them this draft is full of defensive linemen. Brian Burns will be knocked for a lack of size, but he’s got double digit sack ability. His explosiveness and bend are rare and he’s not a one-trick pony. Burns knows how to use his hands and win with multiple pass rush moves.
  • Pro Comparison: Aldon Smith
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (46th)
  1. Buffalo Bills- Byron Murphy, CB, Washington (5-11, 185 pounds)

  • The best option for the Bills here would be to move back and acquire more assets. They need a lot of help on offense for Josh Allen, but this is a defensive heavy draft. If they stick and pick, taking the best cornerback in the draft is an option. Pairing Byron Murphy with Tre White can make for a devastating corner duo for the next decade. Murphy has elite instincts and the ability to be a dominant zone corner. His fluidity, ball skills, and explosion will make him a threat anytime he’s targeted.
  • Pro Comparison: Kyle Fuller
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (95th)
  1. New York Jets (from Denver)- Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama (6-5, 305 pounds)

  • Two trade backs for the Jets and they still get the best offensive lineman in the draft? Yes, this is best case scenario for Gang Green. Picking up three second-round picks and a franchise left tackle would be insane. Rumor is the NFL views Jonah Williams as a guard and not a left tackle, but that shouldn’t be the case. Williams is a dominant run blocker who finishes every snap. In pass pro his hands are clamps and his anchor is as strong as they come. He lacks some length and athleticism, but Williams can be a Pro Bowl left tackle for Sam Darnold.
  • Pro Comparison: Andrew Whitworth
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (17th)
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma (5-10, 195 pounds)

  • The best QB in the 2019 NFL Draft happens to be a baseball player who’s probably only 5-9, 185 pounds and that’s going to scare a lot of teams off. If Kyler Murray is committed to football, a smart offensive mind will bite the bullet and turn him into a dynamic NFL QB. The Bengals are changing, they hired young QB guru Zac Taylor as their head coach and they need to go and get him a QB that isn’t Andy Dalton. Taylor can take advantage of Murray’s elite athleticism, impressive arm talent, clean footwork, and remarkable deep ball placement. It’s a new era in Cincinnati, Ohio and also, Mike Brown loves money and Murray is damn marketable.
  • Pro Comparison: Russell Wilson
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (34th)
  1. Green Bay Packers- Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida (6-2, 240 pounds)

  • It’s time for the Packers to admit Clay Matthews is washed and they need to find a new premier pass rusher. Needing instant pure pass rush for Mike Pettine’s base 3-4 defense, it would make a ton of sense to target Jachai Polite. Polite isn’t the biggest edge, but his ability to run the arc/bend the edge paired with great hand use/length use makes him lethal. He’s got one of the best motors in the class and is explosive off the line. Although he isn’t a great run defender, there are flashes to build on.
  • Pro Comparison: Melvin Ingram
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (741st)
  1. Miami Dolphins- Jeffery Simmons, IDL, Mississippi State (6-3, 305 pounds)

  • With Brian Flores taking over as head coach, the Dolphins need a big makeover and that starts in the trenches. The loss of Ndamukong Suh clearly killed the Dolphins defense this year and they need a game changer in the middle of the D-line. Jeffery Simmons has a checkered past and that could hurt his draft stock. If the Dolphins are willing to bite, they’ll get a top 10 talent. Simmons has a rare combo of power, explosion, and motor for a 3-Tech. He can insert right away and upgrade both the run D and pass rush.
  • Pro Comparison: Fletcher Cox
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (18th)
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson (6-4, 260 pounds)

  • For a team picking in the top half of the first-round the Falcons have a lot of talent throughout their roster, in theory. Other than the interior offensive line, pass rush is their biggest need. Takk McKinley is a nice player, but Vic Beasley ain’t it. Adding Clelin Ferrell to plug-and-play on the edge would be a huge get for Atlanta. Ferrell doesn’t have great bend and his stiffness is a worry, but he’s got a lot of everything else. His explosion, motor, and ability to win with hand-to-hand combat will give him double digit sack potential. Ferrell is also a huge upgrade over Beasley as a run defender.  
  • Pro Comparison: Danielle Hunter
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (115th)
  1. Washington- Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky (6-5, 250 pounds)

  • Washington is in football purgatory right now with their poor ownership, front office questions, and uncertainty surrounding QB Alex Smith. They have a lot of holes and they just need to add talent. Some believe Josh Allen is a top five player, but he’s more of a mid to late first-round talent. Allen will be at his best in a role that takes advantage of his versatility and doesn’t shoebox him into only being an edge. He needs to be used like Anthony Barr. Greg Manusky can use Allen as an edge on passing downs and play him off-ball in earlier downs. His length, explosion, movement skills, bend, and motor make him an interesting all-around player.
  • Pro Comparison: Anthony Barr
  • High School Ranking: 2-Star (2121st)
  1. Carolina Panthers- Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State (6-6, 252 pounds)

  • Since Julius Peppers left the Panthers, the first time, they’ve lacked a consistent pass rush. Charles Johnson was a good player, but not a stud and it seems fitting with Peppers retiring that the Panthers finally address the edge early. Montez Sweat is a long, explosive, and powerful edge who lacks the desired bend to be a higher pick. Carolina tends to have a thing for big strong edge player and Sweat can afford to add a few more pounds and really develop into a nice run defender.  
  • Pro Comparison: Carlos Dunlap
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (1371st)
  1. Cleveland Browns- Greedy Williams, CB, LSU (6-1, 185 pounds)

  • It seems as if the Browns finally have a good thing going, thanks to Baker Mayfield and young talent on both sides of the ball. The Browns defense has an impressive front seven and an improving backend. If they can add a cornerback opposite Denzel Ward, like Greedy Williams then they’re in great shape. Williams is oozing with talent, but just needs to cleanup some technical issues and play with better concentration and aggressiveness. His fluidity, footwork, ball skills, and overall athleticism give him big potential.
  • Pro Comparison: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (219th)
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State (6-5, 308 pounds)

  • A huge reason the Vikings offense was so inconsistent in 2018 was due to their poor offensive line play. They need plug-and-play talent on the O-line to help their offense find its groove in 2019. Dalton Risner can play just about anywhere on the O-line and brings the mean SOB mentality the Vikings are missing. If Risner kicks inside to guard, he has Pro Bowl potential thanks to ability in the run game. He’s got heavy hands, a strong anchor, fantastic balance, works his way to the second level consistently, and finishes every play. An O-line of Reiff-Remmers-Elflein-Risner-O’Neil isn’t half bad.
  • Pro Comparison: Joel Bitonio
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (509th)
  1. Tennessee Titans- Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State (6-3, 304 pounds)

  • More than anything the Titans need their offense to find an identity and with yet another new OC it could be tough. Adding a playmaker at receiver is a good decision, but the Titans are at their best with strong O-line play so why not fix it up. Taking the best center in the draft in Garrett Bradbury can help settle the O-line play. Bradbury is a stud. He’s one of the best moving centers you’ll see and understand how to attack angles. With his football IQ, movement skills, and all-around clean game he can be a top five NFL center.
  • Pro Comparison: Ryan Kalil
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (1749th)
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Devin White, LB, LSU (6-0, 240 pounds)

  • It’s no secret that the best way to attack the Steelers defense is to go after their off-ball linebackers. They’ve felt the loss of Ryan Shazier and they need to address the positon now. If they want an explosive freak who plays aggressive with a non-stop motor, the types they’ve been drafting on D lately, then Devin White is for them. White is an attacker who can get overly aggressive at times and struggles in coverage. If they take advantage of what he does well, making plays coming forward and attacking then he can wreak havoc for the Steelers.  
  • Pro Comparison: Daryl Washington
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (135th)
  1. Seattle Seahawks- Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama (6-1, 195 pounds)

  • It feels quite unlikely that the Seahawks and Earl Thomas are going to get a deal done for the 2019 season, especially after the events of 2018. Having a single-high safety is key for the D Seattle has run during the Pete Carroll era and they need to find one fast. Deionte Thompson has his flaws, but in a single-high role he’s at his best. The range and instincts he showed in coverage at Alabama were impressive and he’s got the ball skills to make plays. At times he struggles with tackling and taking angles, but the flashes are there to improve.
  • Pro Comparison: Malik Hooker
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (44th)
  1. Baltimore Ravens- N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State (6-3, 220 pounds)

  • Welcome to the Lamar Jackson era in Baltimore. The Ravens finally have an offensive identity to build on, but they still need to add weapons for Lamar to reach his ceiling. Bringing in a go-to receiver is key, especially in such a talent WR draft. N’Keal Harry is a strong 50/50 ball receiver who makes a ton of YAC plays thanks to his impressive contact balance. He’s got strong hands, can make plays through traffic, and adjust to off target throws at an elite level. There are some athleticism questions that make some worry about his ability to separate, but he’s got enough juice to make plays.
  • Pro Comparison: JuJu Smith-Schuster
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (53rd)
  1. Houston Texans- Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia (6-5, 308 pounds)

  • Of all the playoff teams nobody had as poor an offensive line as the Houston Texans. If Deshaun Watson wasn’t so talented they would have given up far more than 62 sacks, which is already an insane number. They need to attack the offensive line this offseason. Taking the best offensive lineman available should be their plan and that’s Yodny Cajuste. Cajuste is a technician in pass pro with elite balance/body control, clean footwork, and strong hand placement. He’s not overly mean in the run game and can struggle with attacking leverage players due to some strength questions. The Texans need Cajuste as their left tackle.
  • Pro Comparison: David Bakhtiari
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (916th)
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama (6-1, 230 pounds)

  • It’s been years since the Raiders have had a trustworthy off-ball linebacker and if Mack Wilson falls into their laps, they need to pull the trigger. People will question Wilson’s ability vs the run, but he’s got so much potential. His movement skills and instincts in coverage are rare for a linebacker. Wilson has the athleticism and skill to cover tight end and backs anywhere on the field. If he can get stronger and get off blocks more consistently he will be a star in today’s NFL. Linebackers with Wilson’s ability in coverage are rare.
  • Pro Comparison: Ryan Shazier
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (16th)
  1. Philadelphia Eagles- Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State (6-2, 215 pounds)

  • If the Eagles want to continue to compete for Super Bowls, they need more playmakers to keep their offense consistent. Adding another big and athletic playmaker opposite Alshon Jeffery would be smart. Kelvin Harmon is a 50/50 ball monster with strong hands, the ability to climb the ladder, and fight through traffic. He also has the ability to win off the LOS and separate downfield, giving the Eagles another deep threat. Harmon is a physical specimen that will open the field completely for Carson Wentz and the Eagles offense.
  • Pro Comparison: Alshon Jeffery
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (550th)
  1. Indianapolis Colts- Christian Wilkins, IDL, Clemson (6-4, 300 pounds)

  • No team got more with youth and unknown talent from their front seven than the Colts in 2018. They can build on the impressive play from that group by adding a young freak athlete to their defensive line. Christian Wilkins has rare explosion and quickness for a man of his size and he took a massive leap this year at Clemson. His ability to shoot gaps as a 3-Tech will be a huge plus for the Colts D. If Wilkins can get more violent with his hands and stronger at the point of attack he’ll be a monster.
  • Pro Comparison: Sheldon Rankins
  • High School Ranking: 5-Star (24th)
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)- Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama (5-9, 210 pounds)

  • Taking running backs in the first-round is hard to justify, but if you’re going to do it then Josh Jacobs is the guy. The Raiders desperately need playmakers on offense and don’t currently have a running back on the roster who can carry the load. Gruden is going to love Jacobs angry running style and combination of power and elusiveness. Jacobs can be a 1,000-yard rusher right away with his complete skillset. On top of his ability as a runner, he’s a talented pass catcher that can be featured on passing downs. He’s also one of the most willing blockers you’ll find at running back making him every down player.
  • Pro Comparison: Maurice Jones-Drew
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (469th)
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Jerry Tillery, IDL, Notre Dame (6-5, 306 pounds)

  • We saw a huge rise from the Chargers defense this past season thanks to the addition of Derwin James. With the talent in their secondary and in their edge rushers this defense is strong, but adding a play wrecker on the D-line can boost them to the next level. Jerry Tillery has the size, power, leverage, and violent hands to star as a 5-Tech for the Chargers. He’s strong at the point of attack vs the run and has pass rush upside with his strength and length. Tillery is a perfect fit up front for the Chargers.
  • Pro Comparison: Leonard Williams
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (156th)
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia (5-11, 180 pounds)

  • Everybody knows how talented the Chiefs offense is thanks to MVP Patrick Mahomes. Obviously, their defense needs work, but they have talent for new DC Steve Spagnuolo. Grabbing a physical and technically sound corner like Deandre Baker will be a huge upgrade for the Chiefs secondary. Baker might lack some athleticism, but his press technique, instincts, and footwork make him a high floor defender. He can thrive in press-zone and is technically sound enough to hide his lack of speed, to a degree. Pairing him with Kendall Fuller gives the Chiefs a nice corner duo to build upon.   
  • Pro Comparison: Josh Norman
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (657th)
  1. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans)- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia (6-2, 200 pounds)

  • The Packers Super Bowl window with Aaron Rodgers feels like it’s running out and they need to get this offense rolling quickly under new HC Matt LaFleur. After adding some pass rush the Packers next order of business should be to add more offensive playmakers. Riley Ridley is a polarizing prospect due to his lack of production at Georgia, but watch the tape and you’ll see why he’s a top WR in the draft. Ridley does everything well, he’s got one of the cleanest releases in the class and runs crisp routes. He also has impressive ball adjustment skills and can create separation down field. Ridley is a great fit for the Packers.
  • Pro Comparison: Davante Adams
  • High School Ranking: 4-Star (248th)
  1. Los Angeles Rams- Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida (6-5, 335 pounds)

  • With the Rams losing the Super Bowl and the potential retirement of Andrew Whitworth, LA needs to build for the future. Getting a massive and mean tackle like Jawaan Taylor to be a tone-setter up front makes sense. Taylor is an ascending talent who can dominate at tackle or guard for the Rams. His ability to maul in the run game with heavy hands and power is impressive. In pass pro, Taylor is improving with footwork and does a great job with hand placement and his length to win. Whether or not Whit retires, the Rams should draft Taylor IF he’s still on the board.  
  • Pro Comparison: Kelechi Osemele
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (941st)
  1. New England Patriots- TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa (6-4, 250 pounds)

  • After winning the Super Bowl a lot is up in the air with Patriots players potential retirement. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Rob Gronkowski hang it up and if he does TJ Hockenson is the perfect replacement. Hock, like Gronk, is one hell of a blocker. He’s known for driving defenders all the way down field and flattening them. As a pass catcher, he’s great too. Hock is great in the red zone and 50/50 situations and often makes grabs through traffic. Even with his size, he has the athleticism to create separation downfield. The YAC ability is awesome too, he has great contact balance. This is a complete tight end.
  • Pro Comparison: George Kittle
  • High School Ranking: 3-Star (1468th)

Round 2

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

  • Pro Comparison: OJ Howard
  1. Indianapolis Colts (from NY Jets)- Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

  • Pro Comparison: Golden Tate
  1. New York Jets (from NY Giants)- DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss

  • Pro Comparison: Amari Cooper
  1. Oakland Raiders- Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan

  • Pro Comparison: Robert Nkemdiche
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware

  • Pro Comparison: Byron Jones
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama

  • Pro Comparison: Delanie Walker
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

  • Pro Comparison: Russell Okung
  1. Buffalo Bills- Hollywood Brown, WR, Oklahoma

  • Pro Comparison: DeSean Jackson
  1. New York Jets (from Denver)- Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College

  • Pro Comparison: TJ Lang
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Devin Bush, LB, Michigan

  • Pro Comparison: Eric Kendricks
  1. Detroit Lions- Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas

  • Pro Comparison: DeForest Buckner
  1. Green Bay Packers- Zach Allen, DL, Boston College

  • Pro Comparison: Adrian Clayborn
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Michael Deiter, OG, Wisconsin

  • Pro Comparison: Josh Sitton
  1. Washington- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

  • Pro Comparison: Alex Smith
  1. Carolina Panthers- Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

  • Pro Comparison: Plaxico Burress
  1. Miami Dolphins- Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech

  • Pro Comparison: Allen Robinson
  1. Cleveland Browns- David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin

  • Pro Comparison: Eric Fisher
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Gerald Willis III, IDL, Miami

  • Pro Comparison: Sheldon Richardson
  1. Tennessee Titans- AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss
  • Pro Comparison: Quincy Enunwa
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

  • Pro Comparison: William Jackson
  1. Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore)- David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

  • Pro Comparison: Kareem Hunt
  1. Houston Texans (from Seattle)- Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

  • Pro Comparison: David Johnson
  1. Houston Texans- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida

  • Pro Comparison: Malcolm Jenkins
  1. New England Patriots (from Chicago)- Trayvon Mullen, DB, Clemson

  • Pro Comparison: Devin McCourty
  1. Philadelphia Eagles- Germaine Pratt, LB, NC State

  • Pro Comparison: Nigel Bradham
  1. Indianapolis Colts- Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

  • Pro Comparison: Leon Hall
  1. Dallas Cowboys- Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

  • Pro Comparison: Zach Ertz
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

  • Pro Comparison: DJ Humphries
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Anthony Ratliff-Williams, WR, UNC

  • Pro Comparison: Jeremy Maclin
  1. New Orleans Saints- Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State

  • Pro Comparison: Kirk Cousins
  1. New England Patriots- Dexter Lawrence, IDL, Clemson

  • Pro Comparison: Damon Harrison
  1. Los Angeles Rams- Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech

  • Pro Comparison: Ziggy Ansah

Round 3

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Andy Isabella, WR, UMass

  • Pro Comparison: Julian Edelman
  1. Oakland Raiders- Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M

  • Pro Comparison: Vance McDonald
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida

  • Pro Comparison: Deion Jones
  1. New York Jets- Darrell Henderson Jr., RB, Memphis

  • Pro Comparison: Alvin Kamara
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Darwin Thompson, RB, Utah State

  • Pro Comparison: Tarik Cohen
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

  • Pro Comparison: John Johnson
  1. Denver Broncos- Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin

  • Pro Comparison: Andrew Norwell
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

  • Pro Comparison: Marcus Gilbert
  1. New England Patriots (from Detroit)- Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

  • Pro Comparison: Antoine Bethea
  1. Buffalo Bills- Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia

  • Pro Comparison: Chris Carson
  1. Green Bay Packers- Oshane Ximines, EDGE, Old Dominion

  • Pro Comparison: Takk McKinley
  1. Washington- JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

  • Pro Comparison: Jordy Nelson
  1. Carolina Panthers- Darnell Savage, DB, Maryland

  • Pro Comparison: Desmond King
  1. Miami Dolphins- Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan

  • Pro Comparison: Chris Long
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Isaiah Buggs, IDL, Alabama

  • Pro Comparison: Derek Wolfe
  1. Cleveland Browns- Dre’Mont Jones, IDL, Ohio State

  • Pro Comparison: Darnell Dockett
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Terrill Hanks, LB, New Mexico State

  • Pro Comparison: Fred Warner
  1. Tennessee Titans- Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

  • Pro Comparison: Aqib Talib
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Christian Miller, EDGE, Alabama

  • Pro Comparison: Whitney Mercilus
  1. Seattle Seahawks- Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State

  • Pro Comparison: Nate Burleson
  1. Baltimore Ravens- Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

  • Pro Comparison: Mark Ingram
  1. Houston Texans- David Long, CB, Michigan

  • Pro Comparison: Corey Webster
  1. Chicago Bears- Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

  • Pro Comparison: DJ Swearinger
  1. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia)- Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

  • Pro Comparison: Janoris Jenkins
  1. Indianapolis Colts- KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno State

  • Pro Comparison: Stevie Johnson
  1. Dallas Cowboys- Renell Wren, IDL, Arizona State

  • Pro Comparison: Akiem Hicks
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky

  • Pro Comparison: James Bradberry
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Devin Singletary, RB, FAU

  • Pro Comparison: Devonta Freeman
  1. New York Jets (from New Orleans)- Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami

  • Pro Comparison: Jason Pierre-Paul
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LA Rams)- Kris Boyd, DB, Texas

  • Pro Comparison: Bashaud Breeland
  1. Cleveland Browns (from New England)- Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

  • Pro Comparison: Cordarrelle Patterson
  1. Washington*- Michael Jackson, CB, Miami

  • Pro Comparison: Rasul Douglas
  1. Los Angeles Rams*- Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford

  • Pro Comparison: Jordan Hicks
  1. New England Patriots*- Ben Banogu, EDGE, TCU

  • Pro Comparison: Bruce Irvin
  1. Carolina Panthers*- Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State

  • Pro Comparison: Andre Gurode
  1. Los Angeles Rams*- Dru Samia, OG, Oklahoma

  • Pro Comparison: Gabe Jackson
  1. New England Patriots*- Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State

  • Pro Comparison: Tyler Boyd

Round 4

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Tyree St. Louis, OT, Miami
  2. San Francisco 49ers- Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
  3. New York Jets- Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M
  4. Oakland Raiders- Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- James Williams, RB, Washington State
  6. New York Giants- Michael Jordan, OL, Ohio State
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon
  8. Cincinnati Bengals- Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford
  9. Detroit Lions- Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest
  10. Buffalo Bills- Nate Herbig, OG, Stanford
  11. Denver Broncos- Ugo Amadi, DB, Oregon
  12. Green Bay Packers- Ben Powers, OG, Oklahoma
  13. Carolina Panthers- Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska
  14. Miami Dolphins- Chuma Edoga, OT, USC
  15. Atlanta Falcons- Bobby Evans, OL, Oklahoma
  16. Green Bay Packers (from Washington)- Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami
  17. Cleveland Browns- Kendall Joseph, LB, Clemson
  18. Minnesota Vikings- Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State
  19. Tennessee Titans- Anthony Nelson, EDGE, Iowa
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers- Derrick Baity, CB, Kentucky
  21. Baltimore Ravens- Amani Hooker, S, Iowa
  22. Seattle Seahawks- Maxx Crosby, EDGE, Eastern Michigan
  23. Denver Broncos (from Houston)- LJ Collier, DL, TCU
  24. Chicago Bears- Marquise Copeland, IDL, Cincinnati
  25. Philadelphia Eagles- Clifton Duck, CB, Appalachian State
  26. Indianapolis Colts- Evan Worthington, DB, Colorado
  27. Dallas Cowboys- Will Harris, S, Boston College
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Tyre Brady, WR, Marshall
  29. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City)- Terry Beckner Jr., IDL, Missouri
  30. New York Giants (from New Orleans)- Lukas Denis, S, Boston College
  31. Los Angeles Rams- Khalen Saunders, IDL, Western Illinois
  32. New England Patriots- Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota State
  33. Baltimore Ravens*- Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon
  34. Dallas Cowboys*- Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington
  35. Indianapolis Colts*- Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke
  36. Philadelphia Eagles*- Drue Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame
  37. Atlanta Falcons*- Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

Round 5

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Shareef Miller, EDGE, Penn State
  2. New York Giants (from San Francisco via Detroit)- Jeffrey Allison, LB, Fresno State
  3. New York Jets- Sheldrick Redwine, DB, Miami
  4. Oakland Raiders- Jalen Young, S, FAU
  5. New York Giants- Travis Homer, RB, Miami
  6. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)- Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan
  8. Detroit Lions- Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA
  9. Buffalo Bills- Keelan Doss, WR, UC Davis
  10. Denver Broncos- Dre Greenlaw, LB, Arkansas
  11. Cincinnati Bengals- Tariq Cole, OL, Rutgers
  12. Green Bay Packers- Michael Dogbe, IDL, Temple
  13. Miami Dolphins- Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
  14. Atlanta Falcons- Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington
  15. Washington- Benny Snell, RB, Kentucky
  16. Carolina Panthers- Malik Gant, S, Marshall
  17. Cleveland Browns- Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
  18. Denver Broncos (from Minnesota)- Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State
  19. Tennessee Titans- Jonathan Ledbetter, DL, Georgia
  20. Buffalo Bills (from Pittsburgh via Oakland)- Malik Carney, LB, UNC
  21. Seattle Seahawks- Tyler Jones-Hall, OL, NC State
  22. Baltimore Ravens- Ross Pierschbacher, OL, Alabama
  23. Houston Texans- Andre James, OL, UCLA
  24. Chicago Bears- Chandler Brewer, OG, Middle Tennessee State
  25. Philadelphia Eagles- Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska
  26. Dallas Cowboys- Cameron Smith, LB, USC
  27. Indianapolis Colts- Hjalte Froholdt, OG, Arkansas
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Dakota Allen, LB, Texas Tech
  29. Kansas City Chiefs- Delvon Randall, S, Temple
  30. New Orleans Saints- Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
  31. Los Angeles Rams- Mike Edwards, S, Kentucky
  32. Cleveland Browns (from New England)- Jonathan Crawford, S, Indiana
  33. Washington*- Gary Johnson, LB, Texas
  34. Atlanta Falcons*- Mike Bell, S, Fresno State
  35. Detroit Lions*- Albert Huggins, IDL, Clemson

Round 6

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
  2. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)- Wes Martin, OG, Indiana
  3. San Francisco 49ers- Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo
  4. New Orleans Saints (from NY Jets)- Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars- Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo
  6. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay)- Ed Alexander, IDL, LSU
  7. New York Giants- Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina
  8. Buffalo Bills- Byron Cowart, DL, Maryland
  9. Denver Broncos- David Sills V, WR, West Virginia
  10. Cincinnati Bengals- Iman Marshall, CB, USC
  11. Detroit Lions- Adarius Pickett, S, UCLA
  12. Green Bay Packers- Josiah Tauaefa, LB, UTSA
  13. Atlanta Falcons- Olamide Zaccheaus, WR, Virginia
  14. Carolina Panthers- Chase Hansen, LB, Utah
  15. Miami Dolphins- Will Grier, QB, West Virginia
  16. Cleveland Browns- Javon Patterson, OL, Ole Miss
  17. Minnesota Vikings- Andrew Wingard, S, Wyoming
  18. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee)- Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo
  19. Pittsburgh Steelers- Cody Thompson, WR, Toledo
  20. Baltimore Ravens- Daniel Wise, IDL, Kansas
  21. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle)- D’Cota Dixon, S, Wisconsin
  22. Houston Texans- Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss
  23. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)- Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
  24. Philadelphia Eagles- Jesse Burkett, C, Stanford
  25. Indianapolis Colts- Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State
  26. Cincinnati Bengals (from Dallas)- Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia
  27. Los Angeles Chargers- Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State
  28. Kansas City Chiefs- Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas
  29. New Orleans Saints- Cole Holcomb, LB, UNC
  30. Los Angeles Rams- Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame
  31. Detroit Lions (from New England)- Ty Summers, LB, TCU
  32. Cincinnati Bengals*- Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
  33. Minnesota Vikings*- Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh
  34. Washington*- Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State
  35. New England Patriots*- D’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia
  36. Cincinnati Bengals*- Ricky Walker, IDL, Virginia Tech
  37. Philadelphia Eagles*- Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
  38. Washington*- Ryan Anderson, C, Wake Forest
  39. Cincinnati Bengals*- Gardner Minshew, QB, Washington State
  40. Carolina Panthers*- Max Scharping, OT, Northern Illinois
  41. Philadelphia Eagles*- Youhanna Ghaifan, IDL, Wyoming
  42. Kansas City Chiefs*- Hamp Cheevers, CB, Boston College

Round 7

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona)- Oli Udoh, OT, Elon
  2. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco)- Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State
  3. New York Jets- Travis Fulgham, WR, Old Dominion
  4. Oakland Raiders- Saivion Smith, CB, Alabama
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay)- LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State
  6. New York Giants- Ryan Pulley, CB, Arkansas
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn
  8. Houston Texans (from Denver)- Nate Davis, OL, Charlotte
  9. Cincinnati Bengals- Jordan Miller, CB, Washington
  10. Detroit Lions- Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple
  11. Buffalo Bills- Jordan Brailford, EDGE, Oklahoma State
  12. Green Bay Packers- Montre Hartage, CB, Northwestern
  13. Washington- Jamal Custis, WR, Syracuse
  14. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina)- Garrett Davis, S, Houston
  15. Miami Dolphins- Martez Ivey, OL, Florida
  16. Atlanta Falcons- Kingsley Keke, DL, Texas A&M
  17. Cleveland Browns- Daylon Mack, IDL, Texas A&M
  18. New York Giants (from Minnesota)- Gary Jennings, WR, West Virginia
  19. Tennessee Titans- Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
  20. Detroit Lions (from Pittsburgh via Cleveland and Miami)- Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
  21. Seattle Seahawks- Azeez Al-Shaair, LB, FAU
  22. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)- Garrett Brumfield, OG, LSU
  23. New England Patriots (from Houston via Denver and Philadelphia)- Bruce Anderson, RB, North Dakota State
  24. Chicago Bears- Te’Von Coney, LB, Notre Dame
  25. Philadelphia Eagles- Cece Jefferson, EDGE, Florida
  26. Indianapolis Colts- Kyle Phillips, DL, Tennessee
  27. Dallas Cowboys- Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Keenen Brown, TE, Texas State
  29. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City)- Tony Pollard, RB/WR, Memphis
  30. New Orleans Saints- Matt Colburn II, RB, Wake Forest
  31. Los Angeles Rams- Landis Durham, EDGE, Texas A&M
  32. New England Patriots- Tevis Bartlett, LB, Washington
  33. Minnesota Vikings*- Calvin Anderson, OT, Texas
  34. New England Patriots*- Jaylen Smith, WR, Louisville
  35. Arizona Cardinals*- David Long Jr., LB, West Virginia
  36. Los Angeles Chargers*- Greg Gaines, IDL, Washington
  37. Minnesota Vikings*- Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia
  38. Los Angeles Rams*- Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston


*=Projected compensatory picks

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I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.


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