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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Redskins get the best QB in the class, Broncos goes into the first round for Drew Lock

Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com is convinced that the Cardinals will hand Murray number 1 in the championship, and that makes sense. Ten years ago, the team took Josh Rosen 10th overall. If you come from a season with three wins, it is a sure way to fill with franchise quarterbacks. But … Arizona has hired the new coach Kliff Kingsbury, the team wants to arouse the fans' interest, and Murray can disrupt Kingsbury's air raid in his sleep. In other words, we are in the section "When Your Lips Move" in the preliminary design process, which means you can not believe what you hear. The cards should not draw Murray first overall, but we still think they do.

The 49ers enter the 2019 draft after having won a defensive line judge in three of the last four years in the first round. Make it four out of five because Bosa is a terrible terror that was considered likely to be the first choice for the 2018 season, but only lasted three games after suffering a muscle injury in September. There's a lot to love about his game, and the biggest concern may be durability.

Williams is No. 1 on our board and you can not go wrong if you win him first, second or third in the standings. He rules the scrimmage line, and although he is not an edge rusher, he is a pocket collapsing rider who skips the pass just as well as the run. According to Pro Football Focus, Williams was # 1 in passport hurry productivity AND run-stop percentage. Now imagine, he is standing next to Leonard Williams.

The Raiders urgently need to replace Khalil Mack (and Bruce Irvin, whom they cut in the middle of the 18-year campaign), and Josh Allen would be a godsend here. He returned to Kentucky for his senior season, adding 15 pounds of muscle and spending the next four months dealing with everyone he had in front of him. This would be a breeze for Jon Gruden and Mike Maycock – assuming of course that Gruden does not see quarterback.

To be honest, we like Devin Bush a bit better than Devin White, but both linebackers are ridiculous athletes who not only control the center of the field, but also have side-to-side speed, not to mention the physical power that will unbalance you will arrive. Some NFL teams wonder if White has the instinct to play at a high level, and sometimes he's slow to read the action-but often makes up for it with speed, speed, and sportiness. With Kwon Alexander in San Francisco White goes from the first day in the starting job.

The Giants really like Ed Oliver and Montez Sweat, but as some teams worried about Sweat's medicine, he was able to slide down the train boards. But Oliver, who missed out on a knee injury in 2018, was "out of sight, out of mind" while the Quinnen Williams, Josh Allen and Montez Sweats made a name for themselves. But Oliver reminded everyone exactly who he was when he did a 40-time 4.71 exam on his pro day. He played in college over the center, but he'll be a three-stage terrorist in the NFL where he'll spend Sunday afternoons devastating the backcountry. Would the giants take a quarterback here? Could be. But General Manager Dave Gettleman's goal is to strengthen both lines, and Oliver is one of the best players in the class.

One of the 10 best players in this design, T.J. Hockenson would give Nick Foles a much needed weapon in the middle of the field. We make the case that also with Foles under contract, Jacksonville should think long and hard about designing a quarterback. That does not appear in the cards and if the team does not choose the right attack, Hockenson would be the obvious choice. He is a good blocker and has the potential to be a special passport. He drew comparisons with Travis Kelce. We're not ready to put that on him, but there's a lot to love about his game.

Ziggy Ansah has not been re-signed and although the Lions gave Trey Flowers a lot of money, you can never have too many Elite Pass Rushers. And so, several NFL teams believe Burns can be. He weighed 249 in the merger – from his listed count of 235 (and he may have been less than that) – and ran a 4.53 that immediately caught your attention. But he is not just a workout warrior. Burns had 10 bags, 15.5 tackles and four forced fights last season. He reminds us of Aldon Smith, who had 14 sacks during his rookie season with the 49ers as a situational pass rush.

Jawaan Taylor is the best offensive lineman in this class. It may just be a real attack, but that's where the bills need to improve the depth graphics. The team has needs along the defensive line, but they would like to reinforce the O-Line – and better maintain second quarterback Josh Allen.

Drew Lock seems so obvious that it has to happen here, right? Maybe not. The Broncos parted ways with Brandon Marshall and Josey Jewell and Todd Davis. Bush, who is a fantastic athlete, as his 4,43 40 prove at the combine harvester, can set himself up in slits to cover the tight ends, showing the ability to change direction as he moves from hurry to cover. He's a solid tackler who has a second gear when he's on the hunt, but he's best when he has big bodies eating blockers.

Rashan Gary is a mystery because his athleticism is not on the charts, but he did not have the right production. The reason? He was played outside in Michigan. He is not an interior defender. At 6ft-4, 277lbs, he is best on the edge, where he uses his speed, power and speed (he ran at Combat 4.58 40) to win against offensive tackles. The Bengals have pass-rusher needs and a defense line that includes Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins and Gary could be weird. The biggest question is whether Gary will ever get to his ceiling as a player.

The Packers were active in the free agency, adding Rand Rusher Za & Darius Smith, full-back Preston Smith and Adrian Amos. And while it would not hurt to add another Pass Rusher, it's also an option to give Aaron Rodgers an athletic close – and probably a better one. Noah Fant reminds us that Evan Engram can be put up anywhere and he's going to have a nightmare for everyone who's in front of him – linebacker, safety, cornerback. At the combine harvester he ran 4.50 and he plays even faster. Jimmy Graham is not the player he once was and Fant would be an obvious successor.

At 6 feet-3, 330 pounds, Ford is a monster. But do not be fooled by its size. he is incredibly nimble. He has the lower body athletes and upper body strength to match with all kinds of passers-by. Ford is also versatile. He excelled in the legal battle for Oklahoma last season, but started his career at Right Guard and was able to play any position in the NFL. The right side of the Dolphins line requires a lot of work, and Ford would be a great starting place. If only Miami could find a long-term answer to the franchise quarterback.

The Falcons seek help in the offensive and defensive lines and although Christian Wilkins is not Quinny Williams, he is not far away – at least for advanced metrics. Pro Football Focus rates Williams # 1 in both productivity and run-stop percentage. No. 2 in both categories? Wilkins In addition, the contract of Grady Jarrett expires after the 2019 season, and Wilkins would consolidate the line of defense for the foreseeable future.

Dwayne Haskins is our quarterback # 1, but he could find his way to the middle of the first round if the Giants really are not interested in taking him to No.6. The Redskins will not let him pass them; As CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports since the Combine, Washington loves Haskins and could even trade for him. In other words, nobody believes that Case Keenum or Colt McCoy are long-term answers, and it is unclear when Alex Smith will play football again. Haskins is a traditional pocket passer who made 70 percent of his rolls in 2018 and dropped 50 touchdowns.

Right-Wing Daryl Williams and left-back Greg Van Roten are both signed until 2019. We mention that because Jonah Williams was a dominant left-wing duel for Alabama during the 2018 season, there was talk of his going into the right-wing duel – or even stepping inside to guard – on the next level. Wherever he lands, Williams is a technician who can be a starter from day one. He fulfills a clear need in Carolina.

The Giants have been connected to Jones since the Senior Bowl. And if he sits on the board, they can not miss him, even if he is on the right tackle (which they can fill in the following rounds starting with the 37th pick). Jones played for David Cutcliffe on Duke and this is remarkable because Cutcliffe is closely associated with Peyton and Eli Manning. And when you watch Jones play, he looks very much like Manning – his behavior, his footwork, the way he holds football. Added bonus: He's a surprisingly good athlete who can make a heavy attack on the RPO and rushed for 186 yards against North Carolina last season. And like Eli 15 years ago, Jones can start his career on the bench.

Center Pat Elfein had a difficult season in 2018, and Ohio's third round of voting in the past has said he feels more comfortable with the guard just because he has played the position longer. Bradbury is the best center in this design and one of the best offensive linemen of the time. He could take over the central tasks, Elfein could move to the guard and the alleged offensive line of the Vikings would improve significantly. Bradbury came close to the N.C. State, and he still shows that sportiness – including the 4.92 40 – he had thrown on the combine harvester. When it comes to keeping Kirk cousins ​​clean, Bradbury is an easy choice.

The top guard in this design class was dominant at Boston College. He would switch seamlessly to the Titans, where he would receive an upgrade via Kevin Pamphile, Aaron Stinnie or Corey Levin. In addition, if Marcus Mariota wants to get the most out of himself, who will earn $ 20.9 million in 2019 and possibly make a free choice in the spring, it is not bad to surround him with a solid offensive line.

Byron Murphy is our top cornerback and the Steelers do not think about it here. You really need help in secondary school. Murphy is a special talent and he would be the obvious substitute for 2016 first-rounder Artie Burns, who was halfway through last season. Murphy is not as athletic as the greedy Williams, but he impressed the teams with his drilling work and the band.

After the 2017 season, there were questions about Chauncey Gardner-Johnson's ability to attack, but he proved he was more than 18% capable. He can play in the slot, near the Scrimmage line, and effectively bounce off the edge. Gardner-Johnson also explodes downhill to play games and shows good range on shorter routes ahead of him. Its sportiness and versatility make it an attractive option for the first round.

Clelin Ferrell was arguably the best player in Clemson's defensive line-chock full of first-rounders. Last season, he collected 11.5 sacks and 20 tackles for the tigers. In the meantime, the Ravens Terrell lost Suggs and Za & # 39; Darius Smith in free negotiation, and they need to reload the Pass-Rushers. Ferrell does that and much more.

We've said it since January, but it's worth repeating it one last time: Deshaun Watson was sacked 62 times last season. SIXTY-TWO! Join Andre Dilliard, the top passblocker in this class. He has smooth feet, long arms, effortlessly masters twists / stunts and shows the ability to get on screen passports into space. He's not proven to be a running blocker, but that's just because he played Mike Leach's US air strike in Washington.

Here's the question Williams has to answer: is he ready to face? Because he did not always do that at the LSU. However, if he focuses on expressing his sportiness, there is no better cornerback in this design. He is silky soft in the cover and has full confidence in his abilities and sportiness. Williams can cover receivers if he is imprisoned but is uninterested at other times. The Raiders definitely need help in secondary school, and with the right coaching, Williams could be a bargain at this point.

Juan Thornhill had a calm campaign in 2018 and used the combine as an exclamation point for the season. A former cornerback, Thornhill has insane athletics (4.4-40, 44-inch vertical). It can cover from the slot and has the speed to run with wide receivers. He also has the strength and size to win downfield jump balls against larger players. Thornhill must do a better job of getting out of the blocks, but has all the tools to be a solid NFL player and have immediate effects.

Matt Eberflus turned the Colts 2018 into a good defense. To get well, Indy has to add a few more pieces. Jerry Tillery takes an explosive first step, and his raw power combined with effective hand use makes it hard for offensive linemans to endure blockages. He is a constant disruptive presence in the backcourt in both running and pass matches and shows a good awareness. He has a unique size (6-foot-6), is immobile and can regularly collapse in his pocket. If he can play more consistently, Tillery could be one of the biggest surprises in this class.

The Raiders added offensive weapons such as Antonio Brown, Tyrell Williams, Ryan Grant and Isaiah Crowell in the offseason, but after addressing Pass Rusher and Cornerback with their first two first-rounds, Oakland gets Derek Carr another weapon. Jacobs is probably the only race that runs in the first round, and with good reason. It's compact, a one-cut-and-explosion runner that's great for building blocks. Jacobs has a hard time getting in touch with the first contact, and his speed gives him the ability to skip games outside – though he does not force it. He runs hard, on purpose, is an efficient passport blocker, shows good hands as a receiver and can also give kicks. He is the best runner in this class and it is not close.

Do not be fooled by its 6 foot 4, 342 pound frame. Dexter Lawrence is an incredible athlete and even if the first appearance suggests otherwise, he is a three-down player. To see how versatile he is, Lawrence ranked fourth in the 2018 campaign's Pro Football Focus productivity index and sixth in the Runstop percentage. There are also the following: In Los Angeles, he is booked by Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. Good luck stopping it.

We do not know that the future holds for Tyreek Hill and is lost to him as insurance for a long time, the Chiefs find the Tyreek Hill this draft class: Marquise Brown, who with the speed with which he is on the side, has racing speed. He also has the ability to stick his foot in the ground and make cuts in and out of the cuts, leaving the defensive backs in a pile. Brown lacks the power to act as a blocker but is ready to get the job done. He is great in on-screen play, catching the ball clean and can miss defenders in small areas. A home soldier who suffered a Lisfranc injury that could scare off some teams, but the expectation is that he'll be ready at the training camp.

Brian Bulaga is in last year's contract and Dalton Risner is a logical choice. The Kansas State challenger excelled in the legal battle in college, but there was some discussion about getting him into the sentry, possibly even in the middle. But do not sleep on Risner at the tackle; He got the best of Montez Sweat when Kansas State and Mississippi State faced each other in 2018, and he also had an impressive Senior Bowl week. Risner is a talent in the first round that can play anywhere on the O-Line.

Jeffery Simmons is a top 5 talent. Unfortunately, he tore his ACL in February, which means he will not be healthy until the middle of the season, at best. But when he returns, the Rams will have a dominant young player in the middle of a defense who has lost Ndamukong Suh in free negotiation, but still includes Aaron Donald.

John Elway, general manager of Broncos, has long been associated with Drew Lock, which dates back to the 2018 season. He continues through the week of the Senior Bowl and ends in Nashville in the first round of the draft. In addition, the team has a history of trading in the first round looking for a quarterback for franchise companies. That's what Elway did in 2016, when he climbed to 26th place and picked up Paxton Lynch, who had just spent two years in Denver before being released days before the 2018 season. Lock has the best arm in this class, is a precise deep ball thrower and is surprisingly sporty (he ran with 4.69 40). And after a stony start, which was caused by learning a new offense, he ended his senior season strong. In Denver, he becomes Elway's youngest member in the search for a quarterback.

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