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O/A Rank Top-10 QBs
4 Kyler Murray
8 Dwayne Haskins
13 Drew Lock
26 Daniel Jones
103 Ryan Finley
127 Jarrett Stidham
152 Tyree Jackson
158 Brett Rypien
205 Will Grier
214 Gardner Minshew
239 Jordan Ta'amu
267 Clayton Thorson
268 Nick Fitzgerald
297 Trace McSorley
317 Easton Stick
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2019 NFL Mock Draft #18

Devin White moves into Top-5
April 17, 2019 1:40 AM EST

  • Nobody wants RBs! Just 3 drafted in top-100
  • Jacobs first RB off the board at #39. Bears nab Harris at #87
  • (4/14) Trade Value Chart updated with recent trades.
  • Next Mock Draft April 23rd


1 Arizona
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Kyler Murray NFL Draft photo Kyler Murray
    Oklahoma
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
195



All indications are that Kyler Murray will be the No. 1 pick on April 25. In just one year as a starter, Murray proved to be a special talent. Murray is one of just three QBs to pass for 40 TDs and rush for 10 TDs in a season. He is one of only two QBs to pass for 4,000 yards and rush for 1,000 yards. Murray's 11.6 ypa is the highest by an FBS QB in the past five years. Despite his small frame, Murray had just five passes knocked down at the line of scrimmage.

If the Cardinals want Murray, it seems like a certainty that Josh Rosen would be on the trading block. Rosen was the 10th-overall pick just a year ago, and he was touted by many experts as the most pro-ready QB prospect in a talented class. Rosen could be an attractive trade target for a number of teams, including WAS, NYG, NE, and OAK.

Yet, if Rosen is on the market, why hasn't a move happened? It's possible that the current value for Rosen just isn't very attractive. Trading Rosen would result in a cap hit of over $14M, so the Cards may not be motivated to move Rosen for a pick in RD2 or RD3.

AZ could also be feigning interest in Murray in hopes of receiving a bonanza from a team that covets the dual-threat QB. With more draft capital, the Cards could surround Rosen with talent to catalyze his development and chances at success.

With so many moving pieces, it's hard to predict the variables that surround AZ's options. Whatever happens, Kyler Murray should expect his name to be called first on Draft Night.

2 San Francisco
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Nick Bosa NFL Draft photo Nick Bosa
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
270



Trying to figure out the 49ers' plans for the second-overall pick feels a lot like looking at one of those Magic Eye pictures. You know there's something beneath the surface, but you have to look just right to see it. If you stare a little out of focus from the big block letters that say, "Draft Bosa", the hidden image appears: "trade back." After all, the Raiders, Giants, and Broncos are all picking in the top 10 with a potential desire to move up and they have familiarity with the 49ers' front office. San Francisco talked trade with the Raiders and Giants about Khalil Mack and Odell Beckham Jr. respectively, and Lynch's relationship with Broncos' President John Elway has been well-publicized.

Ohio State alumNick Bosa has long been considered this draft's top prospect, but that distinction has come with a bit of a silent asterisk that says, "for now." The 2019 draft class is chock-full of pass-rush prospects whose ceilings are as high, if not higher, than Bosa's. In this stacked class, every one from Quinnen Williams to Josh Allen to Montez Sweat to Brian Burns have been mentioned as players who could turn out to be 2019's true draft gem.

To be clear, that's not a slight at Bosa, who could wind up being the target of the trade-up. Rather, it is an acknowledgement that the 49ers won't hesitate to buck convention if they believe they can get a player with a similar grade while stockpiling valuable draft picks. In 2017, the Niners couldn't be sure the Bears weren't trading up for Solomon Thomas, but were comfortable taking Reuben Foster at third-overall if that happened. While the Niners ended up with both Thomas and Foster, neither pick has panned out as expected, serving as a reminder that this years "can't lose" situation could quickly turn to "what were they thinking?"

- Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst

3 NY Jets
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Josh Allen NFL Draft photo Josh Allen
    Kentucky
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
262



As the Draft draws ever nearer, the Jets are starting to give a few indications as to what they may do come Draft day. Players like Josh Allen and Quinnen Williams have both visited the Jets and along with Bosa, look like the main option here at 3. All 3 guys would be upgrades over the talent on the roster at those positions and look the most likely to be the Jets' choice.

Some other interesting names that have also visited, are guys like Iowa TE Noah Fant, and OT's Jonah Williams and Andrea Dillard. While all 3 may be seen as a big reach with the 3rd overall pick, all 3 guys could certainly be options, should the Jets end up trading down. With QB needy teams like Denver (pick 10) and Washington (pick 16) all picking behind the Giants at 6, they may be the most likely trade partner options.

Mike Maccagnan has already stated how impressed he was with this TE class, but with the addition of Chris Herndon in RD4 last year, Fant is probably a less likely pick . With the lacklustre displays from both Jets OT's last year, adding some young talent to an O-Line devoid of real investment under Maccagnan, trading down to nab an OT would not be the worst move in the world.

4 Oakland
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Quinnen Williams NFL Draft photo Quinnen Williams
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
303



Chances the Raiders actually pick at #4? My gut says less than 50% at this point and possibly falling. Trading up to grab Nick Bosa makes sense, but it'll cost. Trading down with an eye on Montez Sweat, Devin White, or T.J. Hockenson could mean getting a great fit while also adding more picks. Standing pat, right now, would mean either reaching to address a need or, in this mock, taking the consensus #2 player in the draft who could be an absolute terror on the inside. I've been hesitant to fully buy into the Williams hype throughout the process, largely due to his status as a "one-year wonder," and he plays a position that is potentially among those in the least-dire shape on the entire roster.

Nevertheless, there is plenty of reason to believe Williams is just scratching the surface of his ascendant potential. After beginning the recruiting cycle as a minor prospect, Williams only became a 4 star after he committed to Alabama, yet remained somewhat under the radar. He redshirted as a freshman, played sparingly the following year, and was a breakout last season as a redshirt sophomore. A dominant force throughout the season, the Tide defender took his game to the next level over the final 7 games --which featured contests against top SEC foes and the Playoff-- where he recorded 6.5 (of 8 total) sacks and 11 (of 19.5 total) TFLs.

While drafting an "edge rusher" is the top priority, Williams improves the league's worst pass rush through his production as well as making others around him better. Devin White, Ed Oliver, Montez Sweat, and Clelin Ferrell could all be factors should the team hold steady at #4, and the Dwayne Haskins buzz is still out there (I just can't mock something so incredibly stupid). Still, it's looking more and more like, in the (unlikely?) event the Raiders hold steady, Quinnen Williams is the guy.

5 Tampa Bay
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Devin White NFL Draft photo Devin White
    LSU
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
237



Devin White is a popular mock draft choice to the Bucs at the #5. However Draft Day will almost certainly play out differently than this no-trade mock draft shows. If a QB-needy team trades into the #2, #3, or #4 spots, that would have the effect of pushing one of the draft's elite-3 defensive prospects (Nick Bosa, Josh Allen, Quinnen Williams) into the Bucs' #5 lap. Not that White isn't an elite prospect, but LBs only rarely make it into the Top 10.

There is the possibility that the Bucs themselves are the trade partner. If this is the case, then Tampa Bay could find themselves with their first pick between the range of #10 (Denver) and #15 (Washington) with #11 (Cinci) and #13 (Miami) also potential landing spots. Should the Bucs find themselves in this space, they'd be targeting the following: the other Devin (Bush), Rashan Gary, Montez Sweat, Brian Burns, Clelin Ferrell, or a top OT, and potentially Ed Oliver.

Looking at the the Bucs' top-30 visit roster, you'd get the idea that a trade-down is the primary option, as GM Jason Licht has flown in (from the list above): Sweat, Gary, Bush, Oliver and also Dexter Lawrence.

In the event that nothing at all happens on Draft Day 1, then Devin White is the guy. He's got the skill set, preparation, and game awareness to become a player in the mold of Ray Lewis or Patrick Willis. LSU coach Ed Orgeron, who has familiarity with WIllis and Lewis, says White is "right there" with both. With 4.42 forty speed, White is faster than most of the skill position players he'll be chasing in the NFL; in fact, he was 4-star RB recruit himself out of HS. Here's his highlight reel and Combine Spider. In a perfect Bucs' world, they trade down AND come away with White!

6 NY Giants
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Dwayne Haskins NFL Draft photo Dwayne Haskins
    Ohio State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
210



The Giants have so many options it is extremely hard to pinpoint exactly what GM Dave Gettleman will ultimately decide to do. Depending on what you read or who you listen to, the Giants' true direction is unclear and has them splattered all across the projected NFL Draft map. Some are convinced the Giants will focus their RD1 efforts on addressing a defense littered with holes, while others believe the opportunity to draft their future QB is far too good to pass up.

Despite recent reports that his NFL Draft stock is plummeting, the Giants have heavily scouted Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins. Haskins has just finished up a two-day, top-30 visit in East Rutherford. The Giants sent a heavy contingent, including HC Pat Shurmur, SVP of Player Personnel Chris Mara, and Assistant GM Kevin Abrams to Columbus to dine with Haskins prior to his Pro Day. All three were seen watching his workout intensely, where his arm strength and touch were on full display. It's anyone's guess where Giants' brass rank the former Buckeye, but there is no denying he is a prospect on whom the Giants have done a lot of work.

I believe Haskins is the best pure pocket passer in this draft. In just 14 starts, Haskins dominated Big Ten competition by passing for nearly 5,000 yards and 50 TDs. Considering his limited resume, spending a year behind Eli Manning could do wonders for Haskins' NFL career. Taking Dwayne Haskins here at #6 makes a ton of sense. Did I mention he was a Giants' fan growing up and thinks New York would be a great spot for him? Haskins it is.

- Kevin McWalters, Giants Analyst

7 Jacksonville
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Jawaan Taylor NFL Draft photo Jawaan Taylor
    Florida
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
312



We're only a couple of weeks away, and our pick here is the same as it has been. Jacksonville could add to both sides of the ball, but if the value is there, they need more help on offense. That of course doesn't mean reaching, or passing on a defensive blue-chipper, but the offense needs to fix things. The 2018 offense ranked 30th in offensive efficiency, which, for lack of a better phrase, is below average. They swapped out the Quarterback, and that looks to be an upgrade, but he'll need help.

Some opinions vary, but most don't think there's a skill-position weapon worth taking in the Top 10. That's too bad, because Jacksonville could certainly use a dynamic weapon on offense. However, even if they got that, there's no guarantee they'd be able to take advantage because their offensive line was disappointing last year. They'll get some starters back from injury, but they could stand to add more talent. You'll notice the teams that ranked near the top in pass protection tended to be good on offense last year. With that in mind, Jacksonville selects Florida product Jawaan Taylor to handle the right side.

Nowadays, teams need two good tackles. Edge Rushers will switch sides to attack a weak spot if they can. Taylor is a 3-year starter with a strong lower body and some pop in his hands. He likes to dish it out in the run game, but also has the athleticism and length keep up with speed on the outside. After releasing Jeremy Parnell, Taylor would step right in at Right Tackle and start from Day 1.

8 Detroit
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Montez Sweat NFL Draft photo Montez Sweat
    Mississippi State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
241



With just how deep this draft class is in 2019, it's true that many teams in the top 10 could go in many different directions. For weeks, the Lions were slotted with LSU stud linebacker Devin White, but this week, we go a little different with Montez Sweat. With Devin White off the board to the Buccaneers, this seems like a no-brainer.

You may have heard that Sweat ran a fast 40-yard dash time. Putting things into some perspective, at 6'6" tall, this d-lineman was just a tick slower than first-round WR prospect, D.K. Metcalf (4.33). That's fast. Let's spice this analysis up a bit and play a game by comparing the measurables from two prospects' respective combines. I won't name who's who (unless you read the ending, *cheaters*).

Prospect 1: 4.41 forty-yard dash time, 21 bench reps, 36 inch vertical jump, 125 inch broad jump, 7 second 3-cone drill, and a 4.29 in the 20-yard shuttle.

Prospect 2: 4.63 forty-yard dash time, 21 bench reps, 34.5 inch vertical jump, 118 inch broad jump, 7.11 3-cone drill, and a 4.26 in the 20-yard shuttle.

Sounds fairly similar, right? Prospect 1 is Montez Sweat and Prospect 2 is Ezekiel Ansah. Crazy, right? Let's go deeper. As freakishly athletic as Ansah was, he had only started playing football his sophomore year at BYU, and by the time he became a senior, he registered 4.5 sacks and 13 tackles for losses, earning him the #5 overall draft pick in 2013 by your Detroit Lions. Sweat's stats are even better, as he posted 23.5 sacks and 30.5 tackles for loss in his collegiate career. So, with the #8 overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions select...."an even better Ziggy Ansah"? I could only imagine the havoc that D-Line would create with Flowers, Okwara, and Harrison. Yowza.

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst



9 Buffalo
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T.J. Hockenson NFL Draft photo T.J. Hockenson
    Iowa
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
251



Oft-injured blocking TE Tyler Kroft has a three-year deal. Former OT Jake Fisher is an untried developmental option at the TE position. Jason Croom had a 22-259-11.3-1TD line in his only year of stats. Clay is gone. Those are four compelling reasons why the Bills will pick a TE before they nab a WR in the draft.

If the draft falls this way (it won't), the Bills' options at #9 are the fourth-or-fifth-best Edge (Burns/Gary), the second-best OT (Dillard), the second-best DT (Oliver), WR (Brown/Metcalf), or the draft's best TE, Hockenson, who continues to leap up on the DraftTek Big Board. All are good choices.

Hockenson is the most complete TE in the draft. He's a better-receiving Travis Kelce, a better-blocking George Kittle, and compares to one of Daboll's recent weapons in New England, Rob Gronkowski. Hockenson's agility (87%ile) allows him to take out edge rushers, leap over defenders, or obliterate OLBs in the run game. His large frame allows him to box out and high-point the defender completely - you know, like KB was supposed to.

Hock's slobberknocker blocks deserve a power-run team, and his obscene 31 ypc vs AP-ranked schools and 74% catch rate in 2018 lend themselves to a downfield passing game. Daboll wants both, so Hockenson is a perfect fit.

- Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

10 Denver
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Drew Lock NFL Draft photo Drew Lock
    Missouri
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
225



We are coming down the home stretch as the draft closes in, and I am sticking with the Broncos getting their quarterback of the future. Lock has as much upside as any quarterback in this class, and with the recent success of quarterbacks that not only possess big arms, but also the athleticism to extend plays, his skillset is in demand.

With that being said, I would imagine Denver is going to be spending the rest of their preparation devising a game plan of how to ensure that they get Lock, or the quarterback of their choosing. If Kyler Murray indeed goes first, every team in need of a signal-caller is going to be on the phone, and Denver needs to know what it will cost to get into the top five, and more importantly whether they are comfortable spending it. To get into the top five picks, it will likely cost at least two first-round picks, and John Elway needs to decide if he is willing to give up that kind of package.

If not, guys like Jonah Williams, Devin White, and T.J. Hockenson come into play. Still, Denver is in the right position to take a guy like Lock and be patient with Joe Flacco there to bridge the gap. They just need figure out what they are willing to spend to move up and make it happen.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst

11 Cincinnati
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Ed Oliver NFL Draft photo Ed Oliver
    Houston
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
287



The quiet Bengals have now become the center of speculation from every angle in the past week. Multiple reports have connected Cincinnati to Dwayne Haskins (and Billy Price said he'd love to have him in town), a couple reports have said the team is smitten with Drew Lock, and the newest reports are that the Bengals are a dark-horse team in the Josh Rosen sweepstakes.

What does all of this mean to me? The Bengals won't take a QB. While this certainly might be a QB in this slot on Draft Night, I believe that Zac Taylor is going to be patient and is going to wait to get 'his guy'. Why would a team float rumors about three different QBs two weeks before the draft? If you ask me, they want teams to jump ahead of them in the round, pushing defensive talent down toward them at Pick #11.

Ed Oliver has gone from the consensus #1 pick to a player without a position, pushing him down into the late parts of the first round. I believe he comes off the board between Picks #7 and #15, and I believe that's where he's always belonged. He's a traits-over-production player who has an insane amount of tackles behind the LOS (53 career), but struggled to finish sacks (13.5 career). If the Bengals can get the best out of the former Houston NT (why on earth did they play him there!?), the sky is the limit.

- Kennedy Paynter, DraftTek Senior Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

12 Green Bay
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Andre Dillard NFL Draft photo Andre Dillard
    Washington St
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
315



In a class loaded with defensive talent, GM Brian Gutekunst is likely hoping for Devin White, Ed Oliver, or Montez Sweat to be available at #12. With all three off the board in this CMD, addressing the offensive side of the ball becomes a realistic possibility.

We're starting to hear some rumors connecting WR D.K. Metcalf to Green Bay. Metcalf had a polarizing Combine, posting tremendous results in the forty, vertical, broad jump, and bench press (all ranking 93rd percentile or above for WRs) but struggling in the three cone and short shuttle (2nd and 3rd percentiles).

Washington State OT Andre Dillard would be a less sexy pick, but he could end up the better long-term fit in Green Bay. RT Bryan Bulaga, entering a contract year, has missed an average of 3.6 games/season over his eight-year tenure. Dillard would immediately provide value as a swing tackle, and his athletic profile fits what HC Matt LaFleur is looking for in a starter for 2020 and beyond.

The Packers will always live and die based upon the performance of Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers is now 35 years old and coming off a season in which he was sacked 49 times. If Gutekunst expects Rodgers to play at a high level through the end of his contract in 2023, he's going to need to make continued investments in the offensive line to keep Rodgers healthy. Adding Andre Dillard, regarded by many as the top pass blocker in this year's draft, would be a strong investment in Rodgers' future.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst

13 Miami
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Jonah Williams NFL Draft photo Jonah Williams
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
302



The Dolphins are rebuilding --or are they 'Dolphin Tanking'?-- and looking toward the future in Miami. New Head Coach Brian Flores wants to establish his culture and build the core of his roster. Jonah Williams is the definition of a core player. He might never be the dancing-bear type LT that is immediately a blue-chip player on the offensive line, but he started at OT in the best college program in college football at Alabama every down that was available to him in his three-year career.

Williams reminds me of Joe Thomas, as he makes up for his lack of length with veteran savvy and elite hand usage. His feet aren't as smooth as a player like Andre Dillard, but Williams has the football character and the consistency on the field that point to a ten-to-fifteen-year career starting for an NFL team.

Many doubters point to his struggles against Clemson's Clelin Ferrell, but beyond the one play he lost his balance and ended up on his backside, Williams battled effectively and was able to reset after being beat effectively throughout. I would start him at LT, and if he can't make it there I would slide him inside and watch him make Pro Bowls as a dominant player on the interior.

- Kennedy Paynter, DraftTek Senior Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

14 Atlanta
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Brian Burns NFL Draft photo Brian Burns
    Florida State
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -18
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
239



The Falcons have been filling in their depth chart leading up to the draft. Not wanting to have any glaring needs, they've made depth signings at all the positions of need. They brought Adrian Clayborn back to man the EDGE/DT5 position. They signed DT Tyeler Davison to play inside and stuff the run. They added two young DBs in Chris Cooper and Afolabi Laguda. This should allow them a bit more latitude in taking the best player available.

There is still a lack of talent off the edge, however, and Vic Beasley has yet to replicate his 2016 production. Brian Burns replicates much of Beasley's athleticism, but he seems to have more "fire in his belly" than Beasley. Football Outsiders (subscription required) projects Burns as the best edge rusher in this class. Given the challenges that the Falcons have had getting after the quarterback and the likelihood that this is Beasley's last season in Atlanta, whether he plays well or poorly, adding an elite athlete to the defensive line with this pick seems like an easy choice.

15 Washington
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Rashan Gary NFL Draft photo Rashan Gary
    Michigan
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
277



As the Redskins continue to be linked to current Cardinal quarterback Josh Rosen, I expect the fifteenth overall pick to be spent on the best player available at the following positions (in order); EDGE, CB, or TE.

Here, the Redskins take Rashan Gary, who is listed by some media outlets/scouting services as a DL3T, but I believe his combination of speed and power will be most effectively unleashed on the outside as a defensive end. One of the reasons Gary is supposedly dropping is because of his immaturity, but I can tell you, being a longtime coach myself, players with character/immaturity concerns do not often play through significant injuries while having the type of non-stop motor Gary has.

It's true, he did not have the production a Michigan that his traits demand, but I believe that the combination of a shoulder injury that limited the strength and range in his arm, as well as underdeveloped hand usage/pass-rush plans are the reasons for his lack of production. Jim Tomsula, one of the best defensive line coaches in the league, has effectively developed Matt Ioannidis, Jonathan Allen, and Da'Ron Payne in successive years, and I believe Gary could be the next young weapon in an already young and impressive front line on defense.

- Kennedy Paynter, DraftTek Senior Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

16 Carolina
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Clelin Ferrell NFL Draft photo Clelin Ferrell
    Clemson
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
264



As we close in on the 2019 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers have done a good enough job in Free Agency to warrant them drafting the best player available with the 16th pick. Even still, this draft, in particular, seems too rich at the offensive and defensive lineman positions to pass one up. As I write this now, I am willing to safely say this pick will be either a Defensive End to bolster the Panthers' pass rush or an Offensive Tackle charged with protecting Cam Newton and his surgically-repaired throwing shoulder.

With the board falling like it has, in this week's DraftTek DRAFTSIM, the Carolina Panthers take the highly-touted Clelin Ferrell, defensive end out of Clemson!

Clelin finished his career with the Clemson Tigers tallying 166 total tackles, 50.5 tackles for loss, and 27.0 sacks. As the reigning ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Ferrell recorded astounding numbers during his three-year career as a part of the most dominant defensive line in college football. As a two-time National Champion, Ferrell has been productive since the moment he exited his redshirt season.

Ferrell boasts incredibly long arms that allow him to use a full arsenal of pass-rush maneuvers. They allowed Clelin to keep blockers away from his body and use his hands as violent weapons when trying to disrupt opposing tackles and guards. Clelin has a nasty inside-spin move which he frequently used with effectiveness in 2018.

On top of his on-field dominance, Ferrell also represents the type of high-character, locker-room-leader types that Carolina covets. Clelin Ferrell is a force on the edge and in life. He is quite simply the type of player that would be a fan favorite for years to come in the Carolinas! Check out the C3 Carolina Cat Chronicles podcast Tuesday nights at 9 PM to hear us discuss all the latest in Panther Nation!

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
Traded Round 1 Picks:
Green Bay gets New Orleans R1 Pick (2018 Draft trade)
Oakland gets Chicago RD1 pick (Khalil Mack trade)
Oakland gets Dallas RD1 pick (Amari Cooper trade)
NY Giants get Cleveland RD1 pick (Odell Beckham trade)

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1 Nick Bosa
Ohio State
EDGE
9 T.J. Hockenson
Iowa
TE
12 Rashan Gary
Michigan
DL3T
21 Noah Fant
Iowa
TE
23 Devin Bush
Michigan
ILB
25 Dre'Mont Jones
Ohio State
DL3T
48 Amani Oruwariye
Penn State
CB
60 Justin Layne
Michigan St
CB
64 Miles Sanders
Penn State
RBF
66 Connor McGovern
Penn State
OG
69 Parris Campbell
Ohio State
WRF
72 Chase Winovich
Michigan
EDGE
76 Terry McLaurin
Ohio State
WRF
77 David Edwards
Wisconsin
OT
78 Michael Jordan
Ohio State
OG
84 Darnell Savage Jr.
Maryland
S
101 Michael Deiter
Wisconsin
OT
106 Devine Ozigbo
Nebraska
RBF
111 Amani Hooker
Iowa
S
116 Beau Benzschawel
Wisconsin
OG
117 Anthony Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
118 David Long
Michigan
CB
145 Joe Gaziano
Northwestern
DL3T
147 Mike Weber
Ohio State
RBF
154 Olive Sagapolu
Wisconsin
DL1T
156 Isaiah Prince
Ohio State
OT
168 T.J. Edwards
Wisconsin
ILB
189 Shareef Miller
Penn State
EDGE
201 Karan Higdon
Michigan
RBF
203 D'Cota Dixon
Wisconsin
S
204 Blake Cashman
Minnesota
OLB
216 Matt Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
226 Johnnie Dixon
Ohio State
WRS
229 Byron Cowart
Maryland
DL3T
243 Stanley Morgan Jr.
Nebraska
WRF
256 Zach Gentry
Michigan
TE
267 Clayton Thorson
Northwestern
QB
273 L.J. Scott
Michigan St
RBF
274 Lorenzo Neal
Purdue
DL1T
297 Trace McSorley
Penn State
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