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O/A Rank Top-10 QBs
5 Dwayne Haskins
10 Kyler Murray
31 Drew Lock
39 Daniel Jones
56 Brett Rypien
120 Tyree Jackson
135 Will Grier
149 Gardner Minshew
185 Jordan Ta'amu
207 Jarrett Stidham
215 Ryan Finley
247 Clayton Thorson
262 Nick Fitzgerald
286 Easton Stick
290 Trace McSorley
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2019 NFL Mock Draft #6

February 13, 2019 2:30 AM EST
  • 7 EDGE, 7 DL in RD1
  • Raiders RD1: Ferrell, Wilson, Brown
  • (2/6) 2019 NFL Trade Value Chart updated for 2019 draft!
  • Next mock update February 20th


1 Arizona
Arizona NFL Mock Draft
Nick Bosa NFL Draft Nick Bosa
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
270



Sheriff Goodell steps up to the podium . . . "With the 1st pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select . . . (pregnant pause, maybe a drum roll) . . . Quarterback Kyler Murray from Oklahoma!" Wait a second, what in the hell is Nick Bosa's picture doing up there??? After all, new HC Kliff Kingsbury isn't the GM . . . but maybe he wants competition (not to mention turmoil) at every position with his opinion of Kyler the rage of the Internet (and you just thought Josh Rosen could cop an attitude)!

While I guess this could happen and might if the Cardinals opt to trade down, the thought of adding Nick Bosa to a stable of relative young EDGE rushers already on the roster makes a fan's mouth water (and probably makes NFL QBs' mouths dry)! I think at this point we have to emphasize EDGE, as former HC Steve Wilks' attempt to change from a 3-4 to a 4-3 met with less than desirable results (from no less an authority than Owner Michael Bidwill). One only has to glance around the NFC West and notice the QB talent before coming to the conclusion that they need to be knocked on their butt(s)! Creative pressure from a variety of positions will be paramount to the Cardinals' success in 2019 . . . Mr. Bosa, come on down!

- Long Ball, DraftTek Senior Analyst

2 San Francisco
San Francisco NFL Mock Draft
Quinnen Williams NFL Draft Quinnen Williams
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
285



Kentucky's Josh Allen got heavy consideration here as the best edge rusher available, but it's not hard to imagine the Niners' brass falling in love with Alabama's Quinnen Williams, who is likely the best player available.

Williams came to Alabama as a 260-pound defensive end, but bulked up to 285 to move inside for an increased chance at playing time. Though he maintained speed and quickness through the weight gain, Williams has dedicated his offseason to dieting and working out to help him carry his weight better, eyeing a more Aaron Donald-esque physique. In an interview with NFL.com, the former Crimson Tide standout described his football IQ as "through the roof," noting his aptitude for breaking down film and identifying QB tendencies.

Breaking down Williams' own film, his self-analysis checks out: eyes ever in the backfield, he always seems to know where the play is going and consistently finds himself around the ball. Big, athletic, and technically sound when using his hands, Williams has all the traits the Niners have shown they know how to develop. If the 21-year-old DT can show out at the Combine and ace his interview, it will be very tough to pass up a potential franchise fixture with his outrageous upside and low bust probability.

- Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst

3 NY Jets
NY Jets NFL Mock Draft
Josh Allen NFL Draft Josh Allen
    Kentucky
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
260



It doesn't take much to discern the Jets' top Draft need in 2019. If you haven't watched the games, just do a quick search for 'Jets' team needs' on Google, and everyone will agree, it's an EDGE rusher. If you did see Jets games, you watched a team that had a stout interior defensive line and absolutely zero juice on the edges. The Jets couldn't get pressure on anybody and, although overall team defensive stats don't show it, got absolutely killed through the air on defense, where it gave up over 7 yards per play. Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye round out a solid, young secondary that would benefit from Leonard Williams gathering a few friends to rush the passer beside him, and the former Wildcat EDGE would be a massive coup.

Josh Allen has immense arm strength and underrated athleticism for the position. He comes from the same offense that Carson Wentz did, and he projects...oh...wrong Josh Allen? Wrong Josh Allen. Forgive me. Kentucky's EDGE Josh Allen is also a prototype for his position, and he will hopefully be in Josh Allen's backfield throughout his new team's two games against their rival Bills. See what I did there? While Allen is a bit raw and isn't yet the sum of his parts, he came on strong in his final year at Kentucky, and the addition of Gregg Williams as DC should be a great bet to help him match that growth in his first season in Jets' green.

-Kennedy Paynter (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

4 Oakland
Oakland NFL Mock Draft
Clelin Ferrell NFL Draft Clelin Ferrell
    Clemson
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250



Since 2005, only 30 individuals have made more plays behind the line of scrimmage over a career than Clelin Ferrell (behind only Jaylon Ferguson, Ed Oliver, and Oshane Ximenes this cycle), and none on that list can claim the resume of the 2x national champion. As the Raiders seek to rebuild their pass rush in the aftermath of trading the #1 player on that list (Mack), the accomplished Clemson edge rusher is a great place to start. Unlike other sack artists not named Nick Bosa in this draft, Ferrell has the size to be an every-down player at this level and the frame to continue to bulk up. As a team, the Raiders managed only 1.5 sacks more than Ferrell collected individually last season, and it's hard to see the team passing him up here. Nevertheless, the buzz that Oakland could take a long look at Kyler Murray is getting hard to ignore.

5 Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay NFL Mock Draft
Jonah Williams NFL Draft Jonah Williams
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
301



Let's talk about the Bucs' Big Board for this the #5 pick. Yes, we will take Nick Bosa should he drop here, but we're not going to realistically entertain that notion. The way that I see it, OT Jonah Williams tops the board. Next would be Josh Allen, following by Greedy WIlliams. Who comes next? I'm going with Clelin Ferrell. But hey, this isn't all about me:



Although an elite edge rusher will help the team immediately, and will be really appreciated in 2020 when the incumbent Edger's contracts begin to expire, a big investment in the offensive line will provide the Bucs' with the most bang. The Bucs possess an emerging, highly-productive QB in Jameis Winston (some may disagree but I think JW will lead the Bucs to big things). The Bucs possess pass-catching weapons in spades. What the Bucs don't have is a running game (30th in team yards-per-carry), their best runner was 3.7 ypc Peyton Barber, and he's a free agent.

The Bucs also lack a quality O-Line. Their tackles Demar Dotson and Donovan Smith rank mediocrely at ProFootballFocus.com --#44 and #46-- and Smith is a free agent now; Dotson is next year. Buc QBs were last in the NFL in interceptions thrown. Yet, the Bucs were 2nd in the NFL in total offense at 415.5 yards per game. Our theory is that an improved offensive line will reduce turnovers, improve the running game and passing game (already #1), and take pressure off of the defense.

6 NY Giants
NY Giants NFL Mock Draft
Dwayne Haskins NFL Draft Dwayne Haskins
    Ohio State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
210



Eli Manning is due to receive a $5M roster bonus on March 17th. Should the Giants pick up his roster bonus, Eli is all but guaranteed back as the starting QB in 2019. GM Dave Gettleman did crack the door open that Manning might not return in his season-ending press conference, despite career highs in completion percentage (66.0%) and interception rate (1.9%). He also claimed he would not make Quarterback a priority in the draft and would select the best player available.

The selection of Dwayne Haskins at six overall could kill two birds with one Giants' stone - drafting the best player available and finding the next franchise quarterback. Haskins, our top QB prospect in this draft, has made it known he has no issue sitting an entire season and learning from a veteran like Eli Manning. Haskins threw for 50 touchdown passes in 14 games played in 2018, breaking the Big Ten all-time record for passing touchdowns in a single season (held by Drew Brees, who threw 38 TDs in 1998). The former Buckeye only threw eight interceptions. His shining moment came against Michigan's top-ranked defense when he completed 20 of 31 pass attempts for 396 yards, six passing touchdowns, and zero interceptions.

Gettleman is a blank canvas when it comes to drafting quarterbacks. He never selected a QB during his tenure as GM of the Panthers. He passed on last year's highly-touted quarterback class and selected Saquon Barkley, who went on to win 2018 OROY. With Haskins available here at six, Gettleman takes his first big swing at a future signal-caller. Haskins would be the first OSU QB taken in RD1 since Art Schlichter, selected by the Baltimore Colts with the fourth-overall pick in 1982.

- Kevin McWalters, Giants Analyst

7 Jacksonville
Jacksonville NFL Mock Draft
Deionte Thompson NFL Draft Deionte Thompson
    Alabama
    S
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
196



Like last week, Dwayne Haskins goes just ahead of Jacksonville's pick. Kyler Murray has committed to the NFL, and could be a consideration. Last week, we noted the possibility of a trade-up. Remember that last year 5 QB's went in RD1, and 4 of those teams had to trade up. So, again, a trade-up might happen. Another route is to acquire a veteran on a short, relatively cheap deal. Teddy Bridgewater, Ryan Tannehill, Nick Foles, Tyrod Taylor, and Joe Flacco could all change teams this year. Foles even has a history with the new OC John DeFilippo.

Acquiring a veteran doesn't preclude the Jaguars from drafting a QB this year. It also provides the flexibility to unload Bortles' hefty contract, while drafting a better value prospect, biding time until "their guy" comes along in a future draft. A veteran QB will also give the Jags a better chance to win in 2019. This team's window hasn't completely closed, but they have some important contracts expiring over the next year. If they want to capitalize on this talented defense, a veteran QB will be better suited to do that than a rookie.

So the Jags can still draft a QB or they can start to plan for all the defensive contracts set to expire. They'll have a few options, but Todd Wash's system is maximized when there is an athletic, rangy safety in center field. Alabama's Deionte Thompson fits the bill, and would give them a cheaper alternative to Tashaun Gipson. There will be notable turnover starting next year, and the cheap veteran QB paired with a blue chip defender will give the Jags the best chance in 2019.

8 Detroit
Detroit NFL Mock Draft
Greedy Williams NFL Draft Greedy Williams
    LSU
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
0
Weight:
0



Finally! Andraez "Greedy" Williams has fallen to #8 in our mock and Detroit will gladly take him. For the past several weeks, I have been claimed that the Lions would be smart to address their defensive backfield. Granted, there are many directions the Lions could go here, as they need pass rush help and perhaps even try to get a little younger on the right side of their offensive line. However, with the Lions' depth that they do have on the offensive line (despite Wagner underperforming and Lang often getting injured) and with Damon "Snacks" Harrison eating the middle of the line, these players are start-worthy. Drafting their eventual replacement may not be worthwhile here at #8. Grabbing an immediate impact player like Greedy makes the most sense.

Let's put our collective thinking caps on and try and remember the last time that the Lions had two uber-talented defensive backs at the same time on opposite sides of the field. It depends on what your definition of "uber-talented" is, but I'm inclined to say never since Dick Lane, Dick LeBeau, and Lem Barney played together. Just take a look at this list of the "Best Detroit Lions Cornerbacks of All-Time" and you'll find a peculiar pattern. The Lions haven't had an elite defensive back tandem in decades. Wasn't that the era in which the Lions were highly competitive? Perhaps it's the secret sauce to success? Excuse the overly-used adage, but they always say that defense wins championships and with the Lions' defense having improved last year under Patricia, giving themselves another piece to a lockdown defensive unit could be worth it. Some would argue that as the league shifts more towards offense, this adage may prove wrong in the coming years, but did anyone watch the Super Bowl?

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst



9 Buffalo
Buffalo NFL Mock Draft
Ed Oliver NFL Draft Ed Oliver
    Houston
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
291



GM Beane's Free Agent Challenge will significantly alter the draft needs the Bills have. We know that Beane will be judicious in his free-agent selections, will want a veteran in every room, and will put the Bills in a position to draft BPA in the first round. OL, WR, RB, TE, and DL are the most-unsettled positions for the Bills. I would argue that the free-agent pickings are slimmest for DL right now. I expect OL free agents (OC Matt Paradis; OTs Daryl Williams, Donovan Smith, Trent Brown; and OGs Mitch Morse, Travis Swanson, Ramon Foster) will be paying a visit to OBD.

McBeane's proclivity to draft DT's in RD1 makes Ed Oliver a huge temptation in a DL-rich draft, should he even fall this far --and he has. Kyle Williams' 388 solo tackles need to be replaced. On the other hand, the Bills have scouted Jerry Tillery pretty hard, and he might be there in RD2. D.K. Metcalf, the draft's top WR, is still on the board, but some free agents and RD2 options are tantalizing. What do you think?




- Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

10 Denver
Denver NFL Mock Draft
Rashan Gary NFL Draft Rashan Gary
    Michigan
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
280



Last week, I made the case for taking the top player on the board in Jeffery Simmons. With news that Simmons tore his ACL training, his value is no longer solely tied to his ability, and he's likely dropped out of the first round. So once again, I considered both need and value. I know the Broncos will do plenty of homework on a number of quarterbacks, but I have to believe that if they want a quarterback, it starts with moving up. In this class, Dwayne Haskins has to be the guy if the Broncos are going to select a quarterback in the top 10. Otherwise, they are taking a major gamble. Now, there will be plenty that feel guys like Drew Lock and Kyler Murray are going to hear their name called early as well, but if I am Denver, I do not make that pick unless I love the guy.

Having said that, I went value again with Gary. He may not be the same fit as Simmons in a 3-4, but if Vic Fangio and Ed Donatell choose to run a hybrid scheme, Von Miller will likely return to the LB role that began his career. That means they need a versatile end across from Bradley Chubb, and I would argue Gary fits that role extremely well. It's a similar position that Calais Campbell has played in Jacksonville, and it would make the Denver front seven that much better. Gary will likely put on a show at the Combine, but I will also be keeping my eyes on offensive linemen in Indy. Jonah Williams, Andre Dillard, Jawaan Taylor, Dalton Risner, and Cody Ford could all be fits here with impressive workouts.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst

11 Cincinnati
Cincinnati NFL Mock Draft
Devin White NFL Draft Devin White
    LSU
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
255



In every NFL Draft, there are a few non-quarterbacks who are game-changers. This year, outside of the top 5, Devin White might be the biggest game-changer on the board. White is instinctive, has lighting-quick reactions to defend TEs, RBs, and even slot WRs, and has the speed to play sideline-to-sideline in run support. Beyond Joe Mixon, Cincy lacks true scary weapons on either side of the ball, so a young difference-maker like White would be welcomed into this locker room.

While the Bengals possess a competent offense, the defense ranked dead-last in ypg given up and simply couldn't get off the field in 2018, ranking third-highest in defensive time on the field. While we're at it, the Bengals actually ranked bottom five in almost every defensive statistical category, most notably 3rd-down defense, in which they gave up the first down a league-leading 49% of the time. White will certainly help on 3rd down, as he can be a chess piece that will slow RBs underneath and TEs down the seam, while also possessing the ability to be used as a blitzer on any given down.

- Kennedy Paynter (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

12 Green Bay
Green Bay NFL Mock Draft
Montez Sweat NFL Draft Montez Sweat
    Mississippi St
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
241



As much as GM Brian Gutekunst might be tempted to invest in an offensive unit that struggled in 2018, this may be his only chance in the draft to target one of the premium EDGE rushers. In this CMD, EDGE players represent 7 of the first 21 picks. As a flurry of pass rushers continue to come off the board following the Packers' pick at #12, we can see tremendous reach values including a -51 for Brian Burns. If Green Bay were to address another need here, their best option at #30 would be Oshane Ximines, who represents a reach of -27 on our Big Board.

Clay Matthews will become a UFA following a career-low sack total of 3.5. Nick Perry's only full sack of last season came in Week 1 against the Bears. Though Kyler Fackrell exploded for 10.5 sacks in 2018, that figure more than doubled his previous career output of 5. DC Mike Pettine has shown a propensity for manufacturing pressure, but the Packers need a pass rusher that's capable of winning one-on-one matchups with consistency.

Montez Sweat has the size and strength that scouts dream of. He measured in at the Senior Bowl as 6'6" and 252 lbs with an elite 84-inch wingspan. Sweat's length, strength, and quickness helped him to dominate the SEC competition in 2018, racking up 12 sacks and 14.5 TFL. Though he may lack some bend around the corner, Sweat's profile as a pass rusher could make him an immediate impact player in the Packers' defense.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst

13 Miami
Miami NFL Mock Draft
Kyler Murray NFL Draft Kyler Murray
    Oklahoma
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
195



One of the most controversial players entering this years' NFL Draft could very easily wind up finding himself being snared with the 13th overall pick. The Miami Dolphins are at a place right now within the organization where change is needed. That change has already come in the form of basically hiring an entirely new coaching staff. Now it is time to take that second huge leap and draft your Quarterback of the Future. Towards the end of last season, players and members of management stated on multiple occasions that many within the organization have completely lost faith in Ryan Tannehill. Rightfully so, after a dreadful span where Miami fans witnessed Tannehill get six starts after returning from injury, and combine for 1,007 passing yards, 9 touchdowns, 4 interceptions and a fumble lost. The Dolphins lost four out of those six games, proving the point that it is time to make the transition. Throughout his whole career, Tannehill has had a winning season only once, and he didn't even play in two of those games where they won, so in other words, Ryan Tannehill has never been anything more than a game manager leading his team to a win percentage of at most .500. It is time for some more changes to be made in Miami, people!

14 Atlanta
Atlanta NFL Mock Draft
Jachai Polite NFL Draft Jachai Polite
    Florida
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -9
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
260



The Falcons pulled off their version of the Red Wedding by excising the contracts of Robert Alford, Matt Bryant, and Brooks Reed within the span of 24 hours. This more than doubles their cap space as they try to extend Grady Jarrett and Julio Jones. It also increases the role for CB Isaiah Oliver and promotes Giorgio Tavecchio to primary kicker. Ryan Schraeder and Vic Beasley should not be thinking about long-term real estate investments in Atlanta. These moves should allow the Falcons to make one big splash signing when the Free Agency period opens, and history suggests it will be an offensive lineman.

The departure of Brooks Reed and, likely, Derrick Shelby opens up room on the outside. Should Vic Beasley be axed, that opening becomes a chasm. Jachai Polite is a player that --if he can translate his college game to the NFL-- would be the perfect addition to the Falcons' front four. Atlanta's Super Bowl run was sparked in part by Vic Beasley's 15.5-sack performance as a speed rusher from the LEO position. Polite gives you the speed, but also grit versus the run.

15 Washington
Washington NFL Mock Draft
DeAndre Baker NFL Draft DeAndre Baker
    Georgia
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
185



The Redskins have a precarious (to say the least) situation at the QB position. While most teams expect their QB room to cost $20-25M, most teams also expect their QB1 to be available at the season's start --especially in February. The team finally conceded that Alex Smith would not be returning in 2019, and it's also been reported that the team will not pursue the 'nuclear option' of cutting Smith and thereby incurring a $40M cap charge over the next two seasons.

To be clear, this would absolutely be the route I, and many smart organizations, would take. Sure, it's a huge cap hit to take, but it also gives the team a massive amount of cap space the following year and allows this cycle of unproductive players/coaches play out their contracts. It isn't tanking, it's just smart business, as the current roster isn't winning without a starting QB anyway. If you could convince Dan Snyder that in just two off-seasons he could lead the league in cap space and have used two top-10, possibly top-5 picks (presuming they will be one of the worst teams in the league because of the cap situation and general lack of talent), with a new, young QB on the rise to go with talent in the trenches on both sides of the ball, he would obviously take that. Unfortunately, foresight isn't exactly the M.O. of this front office.

But...I digress. This team needs a QB and back-end help on defense, as Jay Gruden can scheme-up an offense that masks deficiencies otherwise. Here, the Redskins pick my top CB in the draft, DeAndre Baker. Baker isn't as long as Greedy Williams, but he's more physical, a more willing tackler, and I think he actually has better, more consistent overall instincts than Williams does. With Josh Norman's contract decision looming, in addition to the lack of overall talent/depth at CB, Baker will be a welcome addition to the DB room in Washington.

- Kennedy Paynter (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

16 Carolina
Carolina NFL Mock Draft
D.K. Metcalf NFL Draft D.K. Metcalf
    Ole Miss
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
225



2018 marked the final year of Devin Funchess's rookie contract. It was absolutely imperative that he put up numbers that would make it worth the Carolina Panthers' while to offer him a contract extension. To his credit, he did put up numbers, just not the kind he was hoping for. With this likely meaning he has played his final snap as a Carolina Panther, in this week's DraftTek DRAFTSIM, the Panthers decide to draft his replacement by selecting D.K. Metcalf, wide receiver from Ole Miss!

DK is already drawing comparisons to a young Josh Gordon and it's not hard to see why. Metcalf has elite athleticism and has the prototypical build of a big-bodied receiver standing at 6' 4 weighing in at 230 pounds. His long speed is ridiculous and he is a matchup nightmare for DBs as he runs with a physicality fitting his frame.

The Ole Miss offensive coaches only asked him to run comebacks, hitches, curls, and nine-routes, running primarily on a vertical plane that made things easy for defensive backs who had done their due diligence in the film room. So at the Combine, he will need to show fluidity in his hips and the ability run a full route tree while getting out of his breaks cleanly. If he can do that, he has a chance to be the dominant wide receiver the Panthers hoped Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess would be. 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)

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1 Nick Bosa
Ohio State
EDGE
16 Rashan Gary
Michigan
DL3T
28 Noah Fant
Iowa
TE
29 David Edwards
Wisconsin
OT
34 Dre'Mont Jones
Ohio State
DL3T
43 Amani Oruwariye
Penn State
CB
59 T.J. Edwards
Wisconsin
OLB
66 Devin Bush
Michigan
ILB
73 Miles Sanders
Penn State
RBF
80 Darnell Savage Jr.
Maryland
S
82 T.J. Hockenson
Iowa
TE
93 Zach Gentry
Michigan
TE
105 Michael Deiter
Wisconsin
OT
106 Terry McLaurin
Ohio State
WRF
109 Anthony Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
118 Amani Hooker
Iowa
S
126 Karan Higdon
Michigan
RBF
137 Parris Campbell
Ohio State
WRF
141 Joe Gaziano
Northwestern
DL3T
143 Olive Sagapolu
Wisconsin
DL1T
150 Mike Weber
Ohio State
RBF
156 Connor McGovern
Penn State
OG
158 Ryan Connelly
Wisconsin
OLB
160 D'Cota Dixon
Wisconsin
S
162 Isaiah Prince
Ohio State
OT
169 Justin Layne
Michigan St
CB
171 Chase Winovich
Michigan
EDGE
180 Stanley Morgan Jr.
Nebraska
WRF
195 Beau Benzschawel
Wisconsin
OG
202 Matt Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
206 Johnnie Dixon
Ohio State
WRS
208 Byron Cowart
Maryland
DL5T
211 Shareef Miller
Penn State
EDGE
228 Lorenzo Neal
Purdue
DL1T
234 Tyree Kinnel
Michigan
S
238 L.J. Scott
Michigan St
RBF
247 Clayton Thorson
Northwestern
QB
250 Ty Johnson
Maryland
RBF
276 Blake Cashman
Minnesota
ILB
287 Michael Jordan
Ohio State
OG
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