2019 NFL Draft Tracker

The 2019 Draft has concluded.

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

Draft Tracker

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7

215

Terry Beckner, Jr. DL, MIZZOU

Height: 6-4, Weight: 296

A poor combine likely hurt Beckner's stock. At Missouri, he demonstrated powerful hands and explosive linear bursts to sneak into the backfield. He can be complacent at times as a rusher and play too upright. Still, great value here for Tampa Bay.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Beckner is a refined block-disengager with good burst who has trouble sustaining speed through the play. -- CT

7

216

Nick Allegretti OL, ILL

Height: 6-4, Weight: 310

Allegretti's versatility and football intelligence likely led to him being drafted. He lacks NFL-caliber physical abilities and refinement as a blocker, but the Chiefs obviously saw him enough to give him a shot at competing inside.

C-

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

217

Kris Boyd CB, TEXAS

Height: 5-11, Weight: 201

Boyd is a feisty outside cornerback with enough quick-twitch movement skills to move down into the slot. He knows when the ball is arriving and attacks. He had a strong combine. The Vikings have a great track record drafting corners.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

A physical player who can sometimes get in trouble when he's out of position, drawing defensive pass interference penalties. Boyd ran an impressive 4.45 40 at the combine though questions about his flexibility could see him slip down draft boards. -- RW

7

218

Mike Weber RB, OHIOST

Height: 5-10, Weight: 211

Weber has 'Ohio State speed' and while he never secured lead back duties in Columbus he made the most of his touches thanks to that speed and good balance through contact. A more traditional backup for Ezekiel Elliott than earlier pick Tony Pollard.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Weber has a smaller-scat back body and flashes springiness in his step to bounce to the outside where he can exhibit decent speed and a well-timed stiff arm on occasion. He misses holes due to below-average vision. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

13

172

954

5.5

5

7

219

Derwin Gray OL, MD

Height: 6-4, Weight: 320

Gray had a strangely bad combine because he moves very well for his large size on the field. While not always the prettiest in pass protection, Gray consistently gets in done and is under control but quick in space and can find linebackers at the second level.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Gray is somewhat sluggish in his movements but just athletic enough to get the job done as a pass protector. Like Donovan Smith, Gray's girth and length really help to mask athletic deficiencies. Better on pass plays than paving lanes for the run, Gray has a chance to land in the middle of the draft and start at left tackle early in his career. -- CT

7

220

Cullen Gillaspia RB, TXAM

Height: 6-2, Weight: 235

Gillaspia is a former linebacker turned full back who thrived on special teams at Texas A&M. It's surprising that this is the only addition the Texans made to their RB stable in the draft.

D

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

7

221

Donnie Lewis Jr. CB, TULANE

Height: 6-0, Weight: 190

Lewis is a twitchy, highly productive corner from the school that had a disruptive cornerback drafted in 2018. He will be around the ball often in coverage. A great find this late for the Browns.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

222

Kerrith Whyte, Jr. RB, FAU

Height: 5-10, Weight: 200

Whyte is a home-run hitter with major speed down the field and the ability to brush off weak tackle attempts at the second level. The Bears made running back a priority with their first pick, but they come back with more depth at the position here.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

134

866

6.5

8

7

223

Jordan Brown CB, SDST

Height: 6-0, Weight: 201

Brown has great size for the position, can really run and loaded the stat sheet in the pass breakup department at South Dakota State. His change of direction skills will be tested in the pros, but this could be a steal for Cincinnati.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Brown is a bigger, sleek outside cornerback who can really run but plays relaxed a bit too often. Need to see more plant-and-drive explosiveness from him. -- CT

7

224

Isaac Nauta TE, UGA

Height: 6-3, Weight: 244

The Lions started the draft with a tight end and add a depth option late. Nauta never lived up to hype as a big-time recruit and had a poor pre-draft process at the combine and his pro day. He flashed in rare instances as a receiver in some big games at Georgia.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Nauta was a big recruit but failed to live up to expectations at Georgia. I don't think he's a liability in any area. I didn't see anything close to resembling a trump card to his game, although he can explode off the line as a receiver. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

14

30

430

14.3

3

7

225

Darryl Johnson, Jr. EDGE, NCAT

Height: 6-6, Weight: 253

Johnson was one of my favorite small-school edge rushers because of his length, springiness, and most importantly, his collection of pass-rushing moves. Good bend too. At 6-foot-6 and 253 pounds, he has some room to grow into his frame and must get stronger.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Johnson, a super-sleeper from North Carolina A&T, is tall and slender with high-end explosiveness and somewhat frequent snaps demonstrating stellar pass-rushing moves but very limited power. He's a situational guy early in his career as he builds mass in the weight room. -- CT

7

226

Ty Summers LB, TCU

Height: 6-1, Weight: 241

Summers makes explosive moves all over the field, when flashing to make a tackle on an outside run play or when breaking on out route. His tackling leaves a lot to be desired but with a more methodical approach, Summers can be a steal because of his athleticism.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

227

Jimmy Moreland CB, JMAD

Height: 5-10, Weight: 179

Moreland plays larger than his size and is a twitchy, playmaker who was always making big plays at the small-school level. Don't be surprised when he makes the team and contributes early. Washington continues to have a great draft.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Get Moreland on the field as your nickel corner. He's an assertive, twitchy play-maker who seemingly always finds the football in the air. Loose hips and quick feet. -- CT

7

228

Tommy Sweeney TE, BC

Height: 6-4, Weight: 251

Sweeney is a jack of all trades but a master of none. No standout portion of his game. He has experience in-line as a blocker but didn't improve in that area as his college career progressed. Adequate receiver in the short to intermediate area.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Adequate in all phases of the game. Spectacular in none. Experience in-line as a blocker and solid in that area. Reliable pass-catcher who's a big target but not a true seam-stretcher or YAC tight end. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

11

32

348

10.9

3

7

229

PJ Johnson DL, ARIZ

Height: 6-3, Weight: 335

Johnson is an enormous defensive lineman who's best in run-stopping situations and can overwhelm with his power. He could have trouble finding playing time with the solid group Detroit already has in place.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

230

Quinton Bell DE, PRARIE

Height: 6-4, Weight: 220

Bell made one of the strangest position conversions you'll ever see in college, going from wide receiver to defensive end. It's certainly a long-term project for the Raiders. Figure on him showing up on special teams.

D

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

231

Alize Mack TE, ND

Height: 6-4, Weight: 249

Mack is a large target at tight end who proved to have explosive athleticism at the combine. He leaves a little to be desired in terms of separation and yards after the catch.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Looks like an NFL tight end but he's only adequate as a blocker and can be overwhelmed when blocking inline. Mack is a hands catcher with ability to pluck ball out of the air but also disappeared for long stretches with little/no impact during games last season. Smooth getting in and out of breaks. Has no problem creating separation, especially against LBs, but often goes down at first contact. -- RW

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

36

360

10

3

7

232

George Asafo-Adjei OL, UK

Height: 6-5, Weight: 315

Battled tested in the SEC, this Kentucky blocker has swing tackle written all over him. He isn't a plus athlete but battles hard on every snap. The Giants certainly could use him turning into an option on the right side.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

233

Chandler Cox RB, AUBURN

Height: 6-1, Weight: 242

Cox was a four-year fullback in the SEC, so his experience is a big plus for him. If nothing else, the Dolphins had him clear the way for the running back they selected right behind him.

D+

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

7

234

Myles Gaskin RB, WASH

Height: 5-9, Weight: 205

Gaskin was a major overachiever his entire college career at Washington and is a crafty, smooth runner who runs with awesome balance and subtle but efficient wiggle. He could have a chance at sticking in Miami.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Small but blessed with lightning quick reaction to what's in front of him and good burst and wiggle, Justin Forsett stuck around the NFL for nine seasons. Gaskin is comparably sized and talented. He repeatedly finds creases you don't think are there and the next thing you know, he's at 100 yards for the game. I can see him having a long stint in the NFL. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

ATT

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

259

1268

4.9

12

7

235

Dontavius Russell DL, AUBURN

Height: 6-3, Weight: 319

Russell is a good, active nose tackle with a nice first step. He's just entering the NFL at the wrong time as a run-stopping specialist, but he has a good shot at making the Jaguars in that role.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Russell is a modern nose tackle with some twitch to his fire hydrant frame and a fair amount of pass-rushing moves for his position. -- CT

7

236

John Ursua WR, HAWAII

Height: 5-10, Weight: 175

Ursua is a fun slot receiver with a lot of production on his resume. He's an older prospect who could struggle beating press at the line in the pros, but the Seahawks saw enough to give up a 2020 pick to get him.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

13

89

1343

15.1

16

7

237

Terry Godwin WR, UGA

Height: 5-11, Weight: 184

Godwin doesn't have a standout skill and is a little undersized for the wideout position. He isn't a liability in any area either, and that could make him a nice depth option in Carolina.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Diminuitve, downfield threat who doesn't have impressive top-end speed by NFL standards. Sure-handed and adequately twitchy. Should be a special teams ace and could latch on as a No. 4 receiver. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

12

22

373

17

3

7

238

Stephen Denmark CB, VALDST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 216

This is the perfect time of the draft to take a prospect like Denmark. At around 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, he's an explosive defensive back who lacks mirroring skills or quick processing ability in zone.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

239

Dillon Mitchell WR, OREG

Height: 6-1, Weight: 197

Mitchell was Justin Herbert's go-to target in 2018, and he ran under 4.50 at the combine. He tracks the ball awesome downfield and is very elusive after the catch. The Vikings may have found yet another overlooked weapon at receiver.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

As everyone turned their attention to Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert in 2018, Mitchell was clearly his go-to target in every game, finishing the year with 75 receptions for over 1,100 yards with 11 touchdowns. He flashed in every way possible: down the field, in space on underneath routes, and near the sidelines as a chain-mover. He's an ultra-flexible wideout with high-level juking ability to beat press at the line or leave defenders whiffing in the open field. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

13

75

1184

15.8

10

7

240

Jackson Barton OL, UTAH

Height: 6-7, Weight: 310

Barton isn't a stellar athlete but he's one of the most under control tackle in this class, and he has serious NFL tackle size. Plus ability as a pass blocker. He has the profile of someone you want to gamble on in the seventh round.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

At 6-foot-7 with 34-inch arms, Barton has NFL tackle size and length. His pass-blocking skills are above-average, as he's quick in his kick slide and patient with his punch. Needs to add weight and improve his leg churn and accuracy as a run blocker. Swing tackle material with outside chance to start eventually. -- CT

7

241

Jalen Jelks EDGE, OREG

Height: 6-5, Weight: 256

Jelks is a tall, sleek defensive line tweener seriously lacking power. He must be given the opportunity to attack, and he has an effective inside move. With Demarcus Lawrence extended, the Cowboys can afford to use Jelks in small doses.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Jelks is a tweener who produced well on the inside but doesn't have the frame for it in the NFL. As a senior, he played on the edge more often, and while he's a twitchy athlete, he's not exactly bendy around the corner. His inside move is tremendous and will help him collapse the pocket in the pros. -- CT

7

242

Cortez Broughton DL, CINCY

Height: 6-2, Weight: 293

Finally given the opportunity to rush inside at defensive tackle as a senior, Broughton had 18 tackles for loss thanks to a lightning quick first step and low center of gravity power. He's a plus athlete for the position and has loose hips after time spent on the edge early in his college career.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Broughton is a big draft sleeper with amazing burst off the ball, high-end speed-to-power conversion, and fluid hips. He played out of position on the edge in 2017 but erupted with 18.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks on the inside in 2018. -- CT

7

243

Nick Scott S, PSU

Height: 5-11, Weight: 202

Scott doesn't have great size for the safety spot, but after sitting behind some talented defensive backs, he was a reliable contributor to Penn State's run-stopping efforts and made some plays in coverage.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

244

Kaden Elliss LB, IDAHO

Height: 6-3, Weight: 240

Elliss jumped onto the draft radar with a ridiculous pro day. He was very productive at Idaho from his off-ball linebacker spot and at times played close to the line as a SAM linebacker. The Saints finally add some depth at linebacker in this draft.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

245

Chris Slayton DL, CUSE

Height: 6-4, Weight: 307

Slayton is a high-motor, heavy-handed defensive tackle who can throttle offensive guards backward but lacks athleticism and pass-rushing moves.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Active, one-gap defensive tackle with good hand work who needs to get more powerful with them to succeed in the NFL. High motor will make him a favorite with his defensive coordinator. Athleticism is not up to starting NFL standards. -- CT

7

246

Javon Patterson OL, MISS

Height: 6-3, Weight: 307

Patterson was an unspectacular yet solid guard at Ole Miss for multiple seasons. He doesn't have ideal length and must pack some weight onto his frame, but he's the type of guy that can emerge with the right coaching.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Great lateral movement for his size. Loose hips. Needs to get more powerful in his anchor. Initiates contact but is mostly under control. Not much of a waist-bender. -- CT

7

247

Olabisi Johnson WR, COLOST

Height: 6-0, Weight: 204

Johnson was a consistent possession receiver at Colorado State and had a stellar but overlooked combine. but it'll be difficult to stand out. I'm not sure the Vikings needed to take two Round 7 receivers in this draft.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

11

54

796

14.7

4

7

248

Joshua Miles OL, MRGNST

Height: 6-5, Weight: 314

One of the most linearly explosive small-school tackles in this class. His great size and immense length make him an ideal project up front, and the Cardinals need to develop some long-term answers on the offensive line.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

249

Michael Dogbe DL, TEMPLE

Height: 6-3, Weight: 275

While his film is inconsistent, when he's on, Dogbe can be unstoppable because of his burst and strong hands he uses well. This is a great find for the Cardinals at the end of the draft, and I like his chances of making the team.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Dogbe is an roller-coaster of a player. On one series, he's unblockable thanks to a strong punch and counter or a lightning quick first step. The next series, his motor idles, and he's stuck to every blocker that touches him. -- CT

7

250

Austin Cutting LS, AF

Height: 6-3, Weight: 245

If I don't advocate drafting punters, I definitely don't advocate drafting long snappers. This is a guy the team could have more than likely picked up as an undrafted free agent, but when you trade back as many times as the Vikings did, you have to use the picks on someone.

D+

Draft Prospect Outlook

No analysis available.

7

251

Dakota Allen LB, TXTECH

Height: 6-1, Weight: 232

Allen isn't very fast but he's ultra-quick and has plenty of experience roaming in space in the Big 12. He reads the direction of the offensive play quickly, gets to the football in a hurry against the run, and has the skill set to become a solid zone coverage defender.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Allen doesn't waste any time or movements en route to the football. He's comfortable playing in space coming from Texas Tech. -- CT

7

252

Ken Webster CB, MISS

Height: 5-11, Weight: 203

Webster battled injuries at Ole Miss yet recovered remarkably to put on a show at the combine. He has outside corner and safety versatility and has great size. A nice sleeper for the Patriots at the end of the draft.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Squatty outside corner who tested tremendously at the combine but is a better athlete than he is a cornerback at this point. Inconsistent at the line of scrimmage and slower reaction to receiver's breaks leads to consistent separation. Tough player who battled through multiple injuries in college.

7

253

Jordan Brailford EDGE, OKLAST

Height: 6-3, Weight: 252

Brailford looks the part of a powerful outside linebacker and was used as a blitzer often in a productive 2018 at Oklahoma State. He tested well at the combine and should fit in well with Washington's scheme.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

High-energy rusher used often in blitzing situations. Decent bend and speed on the outside but his hand work and counter reportoire is really not there. Developmental type because of his stature and motor. -- CT

7

254

Caleb Wilson TE, UCLA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 240

Wilson won't make defenders miss in space and is a linear tight end, but he can threaten the seam thanks to serious speed. As Mr. Irrevelants go, you could definitely do a lot worse.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook

Draft Scouting Report:

Fast, seam-stretching tight end who was Josh Rosen's go-to target in 2017. Good hands. His yards after the catch creation comes mostly on his linear speed than elusiveness in space. Not much of a blocker. Essentially a big receiver. -- CT

2018 College Stats

GP

REC

YDS

AVG

TDS

11

60

965

16.1

4

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