2019 NFL Draft Tracker

The 2019 Draft has concluded.

Check below for the complete rundown and analysis of all of the picks and trades.

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Kyler Murray QB, OKLA

Height: 5-10, Weight: 207

He is intriguing. I like the way he can throw the football, but he did it in an offense with five guys that are going to get drafted, in front of him. There is a lot to like, but he has bust potential written all over him. I do not like quarterbacks that stand 5-10. (Pete Prisco)

C-

Draft Scouting Report:

Off-the-charts athleticism make him one of the most explosive players in this draft class. Will draw comparisons to Russell Wilson but is a better athlete. Can play in the pocket and doesn't look to run if first progression isn't there. Shows good accuracy and touch, and can make every throw. His height (he measured 5-foot-10 at the combine) will be the biggest concern for some NFL teams but Murray could still be the first-overall pick, following in the footsteps of former Oklahoma teammate and Hesiman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield. -- RW

2018 College Stats

GP

PYDS

PCT

TDS

INT

14

4361

69

42

7

1

2

Nick Bosa EDGE, OHIOST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 266

Love this pick for the Niners. They are building something special on that defensive line. Bottom line is they are going to get after the quarterback. Love this pick. There are concerns about durability, but Nick did the smart thing by checking out early last season. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Well-built, bendy, explosive, hand-work master who can win a variety of ways when flying around the corner. Sets a strong edge and can disengage from blockers to make plays against the run near the line of scrimmage. Core muscle injury is slightly concerning, but otherwise, he's a polished, instant impact rookie. -- CT

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3

Quinnen Williams DL, BAMA

Height: 6-3, Weight: 303

I love this pick. I could make a case for Josh Allen as the Jets needed more of a pure pass rusher, but this kid will be dominant. People in the league have compared him to Reggie White, let's slow down a bit on that, but this kid is a dominating player. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Williams has one of the quickest first steps in this draft class. He was perpetually in backfield last season, blowing up the run and pass game. He's a pocket-collapser with unmatched athleticism who regularly defeats double-teams and has a legit case to be the first player taken in the 2019 NFL Draft. -- RW

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4

Clelin Ferrell EDGE, CLEM

Height: 6-4, Weight: 264

If you get good Clelin Ferrell, you are getting an 'A' player. If you get bad Clelin Ferrell, you are getting an 'F' player. Too much inconsistency from him. They need edge players, but I think there were better options here. I'd have taken Josh Allen or even Ed Oliver. (Pete Prisco)

C

Draft Scouting Report:

A dominant college career, Ferrell has an explosive first step, good change of direction and a high motor. He needs to work on getting stronger but despite concerns about flexibility, he has the athleticism to regularly turn the corner on offensive tackles and get to the quarterback. -- RW

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5

Devin White LB, LSU

Height: 6-0, Weight: 237

I think he's a good player and I think he's gonna add to that defense. He's a three-down player and can run, but he's an off-the-ball linebacker and position value is changing a little bit. I would have taken Josh Allen here or even Ed Oliver. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

A physical tackler with sideline-to-sideline speed, White is exactly what NFL teams are looking for in a linebacker. Sometimes a step slow on play-action reads -- but can often make up for it with speed, quickness and athleticism. -- RW

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6

Daniel Jones QB, DUKE

Height: 6-5, Weight: 221

I wanted to give this pick an 'F.' I like Daniel Jones, but I just don't like him in this spot. They must have gotten intelligence that another team was going to take him before 17. I like him, but not at No. 6. It's a strange pick this early. (Pete Prisco)

D

Draft Scouting Report:

Tall, decently athletic pocket passer with a quick release, good arm, impressive short accuracy, and flashes of pinpoint ball placement downfield. Strange tendency to fade away from momentum of his upper body, which comes from inability to reset his feet far too often when his first read isn't there. Hangs onto the ball in precarious situations too often or forces it downfield. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

PYDS

PCT

TDS

INT

11

2674

60.5

22

9

1

7

Josh Allen EDGE, UK

Height: 6-5, Weight: 262

The Jaguars didn't think he would be here. They thought he would go at 3 or 4 or 5. I love this pick. Their identity is defense. I like this pick, they could have went in a different direction, but he fell to them and they took him. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Returned to Kentucky for senior season and added 15 pounds of muscle. Has a quick first step -- often first off the ball -- to regularly beat offensive tackles -- but can also beat them with power. Can occasionally get engulfed by blockers but effectively uses hands to win more times than not. Also has the athleticism to drop into coverage, which he was asked to do in college. - RW

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T.J. Hockenson TE, IOWA

Height: 6-5, Weight: 251

He's a good player, but let's stop with all the comparisons to Rob Gronkowski. He's a good blocker, but nowhere near as good as Gronkowski. He's more George Kittle. Can he rush the passer because the Lions can't rush the passer? (Pete Prisco)

B-

Draft Scouting Report:

Young, dynamic pass-catching option with the athleticism and speed to threaten the seam and make catches well outside his frame. Immense leg churn as a blocker and very accurate finding linebackers in space. Probably needs to add more strength at the next level to control defensive ends at the point of attack, but is arguably the most exciting, new-age tight end to enter the league over the past few drafts. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

13

49

760

15.5

6

1

9

Ed Oliver DL, HOU

Height: 6-2, Weight: 287

I thought he was misused at Houston. I think this kid is going to be special at the next level. He is not Aaron Donald, I don't like that comparison. He plays a lot like John Randle and Randle was a Hall of Famer. This kid is going to be a good player for Buffalo. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Played over the center in college and regularly dominated, but will move to 3-technique in the NFL where he have more opportunities to shoot gaps. Low center of gravity, nonstop motor, unparalleled get-off and the leverage to regularly win at the line of scrimmage, Oliver is a top-5 talent. -- RW

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10

Devin Bush LB, MICH

Height: 5-11, Weight: 234

This is the replacement for what happened to Ryan Shazier, who had a tragic injury and might never play football again. This kid can fill that role for the Steelers. They gave up a little too much though (picks 20 and 52 overall and a 2020 third round pick). He better be special. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Fantastic athlete as evidenced by his 4.43 40 at the combine. Can line up in slot to cover tight ends and shows ability to change direction when going from rush to coverage. Solid tackler who has second gear when in pursuit. Has sideline-to-sideline speed and a high motor, and is a likely first-round pick. -- RW

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Jonah Williams OL, BAMA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 302

The National Championship Game against Clemson was overblown. He did some good things against Clelin Ferrell. He's a plug and play. The best part of this pick is it gets the spinning top off the field in Bobby Hart, who will no longer be the right tackle in Cincinnati. He'll be a consistent starter in the National Football League. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Played right tackle as a freshman before moving to left tackle, where he was consistently one of the best players on Alabama's offense. Regularly shows good footwork, is rarely out of position, but he'll need to mitigate concerns about his athleticism to play blindside protector in the NFL. His future could be at guard though we like him a lot at tackle. -- RW

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12

Rashan Gary DL, MICH

Height: 6-4, Weight: 277

He's very athletic. He's a specimen, but it doesn't translate on the field. Where's the production? He could end up being a great pick or could be a bust. There's no in-between. He's either feast or famine. There is a shoulder concern. He might have to have shoulder surgery. (Pete Prisco)

C-

Draft Scouting Report:

Quick first step for a big man. Insane athlete who played out of position at Michigan. Best suited as a defensive end in the NFL where his rip move can be hard to counter for offensive tackles. -- RW

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13

Christian Wilkins DL, CLEM

Height: 6-3, Weight: 315

This is my favorite pick of the entire draft so far. Love this pick. I think this kid is going to be a star. I was all over Grady Jarrett when he was picked and I think Wilkins could be even better. This is a good building block for Brian Flores and his staff. (Pete Prisco)

A+

Draft Scouting Report:

Thick, muscular, well-rounded defensive tackle who can carry out multiple responsibilities up front, whether it be one-gapping or eating blockers. Good, not great athleticism but is a polished hand work defender who can overpower guards and centers. Should be a solid asset for the team that drafts him for his entire career. -- CT

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14

Chris Lindstrom OL, BC

Height: 6-4, Weight: 307

I like the pick. When Matt Ryan is not protected from the interior, he has real problems. They got a guy that's going to be a fixture on the interior there for a long time. I think Lindstrom is a feisty guy. Good solid pick by the Falcons. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Somewhat compact guard prospect with tackle feet who can fire multiple punches with good pop but isn't necessarily heavy-handed. Strengths of his game are his awareness to find work, stunt recognition and his light, always moving feet. Could stand to get a stronger anchor and add more weight but projects to a starting role at guard early in his career. -- CT

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15

Dwayne Haskins QB, OHIOST

Height: 6-3, Weight: 231

I think he's the best quarterback in this draft and it's a great pick for the Redskins. Getting a cheap quarterback to come in and push to start right away is a great move. Love this pick by the Redskins. Like Kyler Murray he's a one-year wonder, but there's a lot of potential here. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Haskins was dominant during his 2018 seasons, completing 70 percent of his passes and throwing for 50 touchdowns. He's the best quarterback in this class, is a traditional dropback passer, and has the arm strength and accuracy to excel at the next level. There are concerns about his experience and mobility but neither will prevent him from being one of the first quarterbacks taken on draft day -- RW

2018 College Stats

GP

PYDS

PCT

TDS

INT

14

4831

70

50

8

1

16

Brian Burns EDGE, FSU

Height: 6-5, Weight: 249

This is one of the guys when you look at him you see speed, speed and more speed. The Panthers had all kinds of problems rushing the passer last year and Julius Peppers retired, so this makes sense. Good pick for the Panthers. I really like this pick. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Concerns about his weight (he reportedly played at 235 during the 2018 season) were alleviated at the combine where he weighed 249. It didn't hurt that he ran a 4.53 40. Burns is an explosive edge rusher who is surprisingly strong. Regularly wins to the outside with his speed but showed the ability to run stunts inside as well. Needs to get better with hand usage and better develop his pass-rush moves but he reminds us on the field of Aldon Smith. -- RW

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17

Dexter Lawrence DL, CLEM

Height: 6-4, Weight: 342

The Giants wanted to come away with one big guy, whether it be a defensive lineman or an offensive lineman and a quarterback in the first round. Gettleman is doing exactly what he wanted to do. He wanted to get a big, massive man on the line and he did just that. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Regularly requires double teams, pushes the pocket even if he's not a pure pass rusher. Disrupts passing game by getting hands up, deflecting passes and also has athleticism to drop into zone coverage. Is he a three-down player? That's what NFL teams will have to decide but there's no denying he's an immovable object in the middle of the defensive line who can use his sheer power to regularly be disruptive near the line of scrimmage. -- RW

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18

Garrett Bradbury OL, NCST

Height: 6-3, Weight: 306

I like this pick. It's a B-plus for me. The Vikings couldn't move anybody off the line of scrimmage last year. Bradbury is very athletic, not a very big kid, but he can move. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Bradbury is slender for the center spot and lacks in the power department, both in his hands and his anchor, but has insanely loose hips and flexible ankles which allow him to routinely win the leverage/angle battles on blocks most centers wouldn't come close to reaching. Tremendous combo blocker who's lightning quick finding linebackers at the second level. With more weight and strength, Bradbury can be an All-Pro interior blocker because of his athleticism and is the prototypical center you want in a zone-blocking scheme. -- CT

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19

Jeffery Simmons DL, MISSST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 301

I love this pick. When you look at the tape, the guy who was dominating for Mississippi State was Simmons. He was dominating on the interior. This kid has a chance to be one of the most dominant interior linemen in two years. You could have made a case for getting a weapon for Mariota, but this pick makes a ton of sense. Love, love this pick. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Tore ACL before combine, which could drop him out of the first round even though he's a top-10 tlent. Simmons can't be moved off spot, is strong at point of attack, and has the ability to disengage from blocks to make tackles near the line of scrimmage. Very athletic, tenacious motor and is as effective against the run as teh pass. A disruptive backfield presence who is always near the ball. -- RW

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20

Noah Fant TE, IOWA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 249

I like Noah Fant. I think it's a good pick for the Broncos, but I probably would have taken Drew Lock here. Joe Flacco is not the long-term answer at QB. Fant is a move tight end and they are becoming more valuable in the NFL, but I would have taken Lock. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Springy, fast, and elusive seam-stretching tight end with receiver-like pass-catching skills. Experience and flashes of consistency in-line as a blocker. The team that drafts him will be doing so mostly on his plus ability to boost the passing game. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

39

519

13.3

7

1

21

Darnell Savage, Jr. S, MD

Height: 5-11, Weight: 198

The Green Bay Packers had all kinds of issues at safety last year. They signed Adrian Amos and he's a thumper and doesn't cover as much ground as Savage. This kid covers a lot of ground. The defense under Mike Pettine is going to be nasty this year. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Savage can play deep safety, nickel backer or line up in the slot. He explodes downhill and his speed allows him to disguise coverages until last moment. He is a good tackler but can sometimes be out of control when trying to make plays near the line of scrimmage. Can sometimes be fooled in coverage but has the athleticism and speed to make up for most mistakes, and he'll only get better with experience. -- RW

1

22

Andre Dillard OL, WASHST

Height: 6-5, Weight: 315

He's a good pass protector but he didn't have to put his hand in the ground. Eventually he'll have to, but can he? He better be a guy you can plug in there and be a 10-year starter and make some All-Pro teams. Taylor would have been my pick in this spot. (Pete Prisco)

B-

Draft Scouting Report:

Elite athlete for the left tackle spot with a surprisingly power anchor and above-average awareness of stunts. Short, powerful punch, and his feet continue to move as he mirrors edge rushers. Not much run-blocking experience in college, but he has the refined talent to be a franchise left tackle in today's NFL. -- CT

1

23

Tytus Howard OL, ALST

Height: 6-5, Weight: 322

I thought there were better options on the board. Jawaan Taylor would have been my choice and Greg Little even. He could be a good move or could be a bust. They need him to be good right now. Deshaun Watson got killed last year. He's a massive man and they need help. Watson should be happy. (Pete Prisco)

C+

Draft Scouting Report:

Howard has vice grips for hands, and if he's able to add weight at the NFL level without sacrificing his athleticism, he can be an awesome value find later in the draft. -- CT

1

24

Josh Jacobs RB, BAMA

Height: 5-10, Weight: 220

It kills me to say this, and I wanted to give this pick an 'A,' but you know how I feel about running backs going in the first round, but this kid is a great player. He's fresh and I think he will step in there and be a special player right away. He's great in blitz pickup as well. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Compactly built, one-cut-and-explodes type runner who excels at setting up blocks. Jacobs is difficult to bring down with initial contact he his speed affords him the ability to bounce plays outside -- though he doesn't force it. He runs hard, with purpose, is an efficient pass blocker, shows good hands as a receiver and can also return kicks. He's the best running back in this class and it's not close. -- RW

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

15

120

640

5.3

11

1

25

Marquise Brown WR, OKLA

Height: 5-9, Weight: 166

I love this kid. I think he's an explosive player. Yes, he's small at 170 pounds, but this guy can fly. If you're gonna make Lamar Jackson a better quarterback, you need good players around him to make him better and this kid will help. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Blazing speed with the lateral quickness to match; Brown has the ability to put his foot in the ground and get in and out of cuts leaving defensive backs behind. Lacks strength as a blocker but is willing to do the job. Brown is great in the screen game, catches the ball cleanly, and is able to make defenders miss in small areas. A home-run hitter who suffered a Lisfranc injury that could sideline him till late summer. A first-round talent that may slip because of the injury. -- RW

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

75

1318

17.6

10

1

26

Montez Sweat EDGE, MISSST

Height: 6-6, Weight: 260

Yeah, there's issues. There were teams that took him off the board with concerns about the heart. The ability is there. The ability is phenomenal. He's fast, he made a lot of plays. Had a great senior year. Controversial pick to keep an eye on going forward after Redskins gave up picks to trade back into first round. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Looks like an NFL defensive end. Coming off a strong season at Mississippi State and only reconfirmed his ability to dominate at the Senior Bowl. Sweat uses his strength and hands to overpower offensive linemen and get into the backfield though he'll need to prove he's flexible enough to regularly win on the edge. -- RW

1

27

Johnathan Abram S, MISSST

Height: 5-11, Weight: 215

They need to get better on all levels of their defense. They decided that Abram was a better pick than the corners. This kid will thump you. The Raiders need to get back to that. I probably would have taken one of the corners, but I like the kid. I think this is a move in the right direction. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Tone-setter at the short and intermediate portions of the field thanks to tremendous play-recognition ability, burst, and closing speed. Eliminates yards after the catch on crossing routes and will beat most running backs to the corner. Not as productive in deep coverage yet not a liability there, all of which make him one of the most well-rounded defensive backs in the class. -- CT

1

28

Jerry Tillery DL, ND

Height: 6-6, Weight: 295

I love the selection. I think this kid has got great upside. The Chargers needed to get better on the defensive line and they needed to get tougher. They needed to get better inside, we saw that in the playoff loss to the Patriots. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Tillery has an explosive first step and his raw strength coupled with effective hand usage makes it incredibly difficult for offensive linemen to sustain blocks. He's a constant disruptive presence in the backfield on both run and pass plays and displays good awareness. Has unique size (6-foot-6) and is impossible to move off spot with the power to regularly collapse pocket. -- RW

1

29

L.J. Collier DL, TCU

Height: 6-2, Weight: 283

He was one of the guys on my better than team (guys I like better than the scout do). He's a power end. Frank Clark was a power end. I like this pick. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Collier isn't a pure pass rusher but his strength allows him to set the edge in the run game, and he can hold the point of attack at the line of scrimmage. He's not a quick-twitch athlete but does the dirty work in the trenches and has a non-stop motor. Can carve out a niche in that role at the next level. Shows ability to scrape down LOS through trash to make plays. -- RW

1

30

Deandre Baker CB, UGA

Height: 5-11, Weight: 193

I like it. Here's the thing on Baker. Early in the process I had a GM tell me he was going to be the first cornerback taken and I didn't believe him. The kid comes with a swagger. He's a South Florida corner. South Florida corners come into the league with a swagger. (Pete Prisco)

B-

Draft Scouting Report:

Has very little bad tape playing in the SEC against some of the best wide receivers in the country. The big issue is his size -- he's 5-foot-11, 185 pounds -- though he plays much bigger than that. Still, that could force him down draft board even though for us he's the third-best cornerback in this class. -- RW

1

31

Kaleb McGary OL, WASH

Height: 6-7, Weight: 317

I understand why they wanted to do it. They don't have a long-term answer at right tackle. Maybe he goes in and plays right tackle next year. The Falcons said they've gotta get better on the offensive line. I like this move paired with Lindstrom earlier. (Pete Prisco)

C+

Draft Scouting Report:

Tall tackle who plays with a low, under-control style, is linearly explosive for his size, but lacks lateral mobility. Poppy combo-blocker who's very useful when asked to get to the second level but his feet stop moving at times when facing an outside speed rush. Starter potential but probably best as a swing tackle to start his career. -- CT

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32

N'Keal Harry WR, ARIZST

Height: 6-2, Weight: 228

I watched every one of his games and believe me it pains me to give this a 'C+,' but I just think there were better options. One thing when you look at the Patriots is they don't play fast outside, they needed to get faster. Maybe they expect Josh Gordon to come back at some point, but, for me I would have taken Parris Campbell or one of those guys, a faster, more athletic receiver. I don't love this pick. (Pete Prisco)

C+

Draft Scouting Report:

Physically imposing jump-ball receiver with deceptive speed and explosiveness who lacks in the aglity department but starred at Arizona State since his true freshman season in 2016. Good, not great with the ball in his hands, Harry is a load to bring to the turf and can, in some instances, make defenders miss in space. Low-end WR1 who could flourish as a big slot at the next level. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

73

1088

14.9

9

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