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Final 2019 NFL Draft Big Board


Finally, draft day is here, and it is time to release my final big board. Besides the overall ranking of 300 prospects, I have full scouting reports for the top 64 players (two rounds) with strengths, weaknesses, NFL comparisons, and more, so you can just click on the prospect’s name to get a more in-depth evaluation. There are also blurbs for the top-25 guys, and you can view my rankings by position here.

 

1. Josh Allen | EDGE | Kentucky

Following a senior season in which he exploded for 17.0 sacks, Josh Allen has arguably the highest upside of any prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft thanks to an unteachable combination of speed, bend, length, and athleticism off the edge. Besides being a terror getting after the quarterback, Allen is comfortable dropping back in coverage and has the potential to be a full-time off-ball linebacker. Allen will be close to unstoppable if he learns how to consistently disengage from blockers.

 

2. Nick Bosa | EDGE | Ohio State

I think this draft class has two players worthy of the No. 1 overall pick, so Josh Allen being at the top of my big board is not a slight on Nick Bosa by any means. The former Ohio State star had 29.0 tackles for loss in 29 career games for the Buckeyes, and he projects as an all-around game-wrecker similar to his brother Joey Bosa. While best as a 4-3 defensive end where he can focus on rushing the passer and setting the edge, Nick should have no trouble standing up as a 3-4 outside linebacker or kicking inside in obvious passing situations. Bosa will enter the league with the polish and natural ability to immediately be a threat for double-digit sacks.

 

3. Christian Wilkins | DL | Clemson

A top-end athlete with prototypical size for an interior defensive lineman, Christian Wilkins was the heartbeat of Clemson’s championship season, and he should be able to set the tone for a locker room at the next level, too. Wilkins is a scheme-versatile defender that can live in the backfield, particularly as a weakside 3-technique with the freedom to chase down the line of scrimmage, and he also has the strength to hold up at the point of attack. The two-time national champion reminds me of All-Pro Fletcher Cox.

 

4. Devin White | LB | LSU

A three-down, impact linebacker that was built for today’s NFL, Devin White has the speed and football intelligence to make plays all over the field. White led the SEC with 256 total tackles over the past two seasons, and he excels in all facets of the game, including as a blitzer and in coverage, where he can use his athleticism to get after the quarterback or match tight ends. The former LSU standout is a top-notch leader that can play off-ball linebacker in any scheme, which should make him a consensus top-ten prospect for teams.

 

5. Quinnen Williams | DL | Alabama

The disruptive star of Nick Saban’s defense in 2018, Quinnen Williams has quick feet, violent hands, and elite power to dominate in any role across the line of scrimmage. At the point of attack, Williams’ strength allows him to shed blockers, and his acceleration and closing speed make him a very dangerous backside defender and pass rusher in any scheme/system. The only real concern for Williams is that he couldn’t consistently get on the field for the Crimson Tide until his final season.

 

6. Deandre Baker | CB | Georgia

College football’s premier eraser on the outside, Deandre Baker has the length, instincts, and experience to frustrate receivers by staying on their hip throughout the route. I think Baker’s ball skills (seven interceptions over the past three years) are even better than the numbers suggest, as a) he wasn’t thrown at often, and b) he is able to effectively mirror receivers with the sole intent of not letting them catch the ball. Baker is extremely sticky in man coverage, but he also has the traits to be an excellent zone corner.

 

7. Dexter Lawrence | DL | Clemson

At six-foot-four, 342 pounds with superhuman power and great movement skills, Dexter Lawrence owned the trenches in the ACC, and there’s no reason to believe that won’t continue in the NFL. As a run defender, Lawrence consistently swallows up blockers, and he can collapse the pocket in the passing game by simply overpowering centers and guards. Lawrence will have to answer for the PED suspension that kept him out of the College Football Playoff, but overall, he’s a dominant interior defender that demands constant double teams and won’t have to leave the field on third down.

 

8. Kyler Murray | QB | Oklahoma

Likely the first person to ever be a top-ten pick in both the MLB and NFL Draft, Kyler Murray has never-before-seen quickness at the quarterback position—and a cannon arm to go with it despite a small frame. While he could improve his overall ball placement, Murray throws with great touch/anticipation and is generally very accurate. I think the reigning Heisman winner will be quicker through progressions as he gains experience at the position (just 14 starts at Oklahoma), but the innate ability is what should excite a franchise—i.e. the Cardinals—targeting a quarterback early in the first round.

 

9. A.J. Brown | WR | Ole Miss

A smooth, well-built wide receiver that can get open or do damage after the catch with craftiness and physicality, A.J. Brown projects to be the dominant focal-point of an NFL passing attack. Brown mostly played the slot at Ole Miss, but he undoubtedly has the all-around skillset to thrive outside, and his baseball background as an outfielder in the Padres organization allows him to track the ball at a high level. I would love to see Brown featured in an offense such as Kyle Shanahan’s in San Francisco.

 

10. Brian Burns | EDGE | Florida State

An impact defender from the moment he stepped on the Florida State campus, Brian Burns recorded 9.5 sacks as a true freshman for the Seminoles, and closed out his college career with Team MVP and team captain honors as a junior. Besides being a productive pass-rusher, Burns looked very comfortable in space at the Combine—so much so that teams might think about making him an off-ball linebacker that puts his hand in the dirt on obvious passing downs. Overall, Burns is a violent glider off the edge.

 

11. Jonah Williams | OT | Alabama

There has been talk of Jonah Williams kicking inside to guard, but I think he can stay at left tackle as a battle-tested offensive lineman that has efficiently manned the blindside—at least when Jalen Hurts is under center—for Alabama over the past two years. Williams can move people in the running game and has good hands/feet in pass protection, but whether he needs to change positions will depend on how he deals with length at the next level. Either way, teams should be getting a high-floor starter on the offensive line.

 

12. Dwayne Haskins | QB | Ohio State

A pure pocket passer that has shown flashes of big-time accuracy to all levels of the field, Dwayne Haskins threw for 50 touchdowns in his lone season as the starter at Ohio State, leading them to a Rose Bowl victory. Haskins has a big arm, but throws a very catchable ball that he can layer with touch over the middle. While not a runner, Haskins has functional athleticism to extend plays in the pocket, and a sturdy frame makes him difficult to bring down. Importantly, Haskins is a clear student of the game that spends nearly two hours on the board every day.

 

13. Greg Little | OT | Ole Miss

He’s been criticized throughout the pre-draft process, but Greg Little has all the tools to be an elite blindside protector from Day 1. The six-foot-six, 325-pound left tackle has started since his freshman campaign at Ole Miss, and he is patient, poised, and very aware in pass protection. Little keeps a solid base to hold up against power rushers and is comfortable leading the way in space, but he has room to improve as a straight-line run-blocker by playing with more of an edge as a pro.

 

14. Hakeem Butler | WR | Iowa State

A big-bodied, downfield target at over six-foot-five with a wingspan of nearly 84 inches, Hakeem Butler is being overlooked as a first-round prospect. He isn’t the natural receiver that former No. 4 overall pick A.J. Green is (not many are), but Butler has comparable size, movement skills in and out of breaks, and run-after-catch ability in a similar frame; and Butler’s one-handed highlight grabs suggest that his occasional issues catching the ball might be focus drops that can be corrected.

 

15. Montez Sweat | EDGE | Mississippi State

This year’s draft class has several “monster” prospects, but perhaps none have the upside that Montez Sweat does at six-foot-six, 260 pounds with 4.41 speed. The Mississippi State product is able to use his length to keep blockers from getting inside, and he’s strong enough to disengage at the point of attack. As a pass rusher, Sweat doesn’t have a ton of tools in the toolbox right now, but he can use his speed/bend to turn the corner, and also has an inside move to keep offensive tackles honest.

 

16. Noah Fant | TE | Iowa

One of college football’s biggest mismatches over the past two years, Noah Fant has the size (six-foot-four, 249 pounds), speed (4.50 40-yard dash), and athleticism (39.5” vertical) to dominate at the next level. Fant is particularly effective in the red zone, but he can also stretch the field, create separation as a route-runner, and run away from defenders in the open field. While he can play with more physicality as both a receiver and blocker, Fant has shown enough there to feel confident about spending a top-20 pick on him.

 

17. Josh Jacobs | RB | Alabama

An all-around running back that can run through people or make them miss in space, Josh Jacobs has the potential be a centerpiece of an NFL offense despite limited touches during his college career. To compliment his punishing style as a runner, Jacobs has soft hands and is an elite pass protector, which gives him three-down value that teams should covet in the mid-to-late first round. The only real knock is a lack of home-run speed, but Jacobs should be a tone-setter in the league.

 

18. Daniel Jones | QB | Duke

The vast majority of fans and so-called analysts are laughing at Daniel Jones being considered a first-round prospect and potential top-15 pick, but he is a well-coached quarterback with great natural accuracy, touch, and anticipation. Plus, he can make some plays with his legs, and the arm strength is slightly above-average. Last year’s Clemson game—particularly early on—showed Jones was ready for the NFL as he withstood pressure and made some big-time throws against an all-time great defensive front, but it’s obvious the final stats (24-of-43 for 158 yards, zero touchdowns, and zero interceptions) are all most people want to look at.

 

19. Justin Layne | CB | Michigan State

A former wide receiver that continued moonlighting at the position for Michigan State in 2018, Justin Layne has top-end movement skills and ball skills in a very long six-foot-two frame. Teams looking for a press-man cornerback with the profile to also dominate in zone coverage should look towards Layne, who reminds me a lot of Jalen Ramsey based on size, athleticism, and play style. I think the former Spartan has All-Pro potential and will be an absolute steal if he’s available on Day 2.

 

20. Garrett Bradbury | C | NC State

A mobile interior offensive lineman with high-end football intelligence, Garrett Bradbury has the makings of a ten-year starter for the team that drafts him. His size could lead to some struggles against length and power, but Bradbury should be able to overcome that with toughness, and the scheme he plays in will hopefully allow him to get in space and be used on plenty of double-team blocks. I would be surprised if he wasn’t the first center off the board.

 

21. D.K. Metcalf | WR | Ole Miss

Seemingly built in a laboratory with superhero size and speed, D.K. Metcalf has immense upside as a receiver prospect that could eventually be uncoverable on the outside. He needs to add polish, but right now, Metcalf could probably dominate on a vertical route tree featuring mostly go’s, comebacks, and posts in the right offensive system. Metcalf—who has soft hands—can also win on jump balls (40.5” vertical) and has breakaway speed (4.33 40-yard dash) at a rocked-up six-foot-three, 228 pounds.

 

22. Ed Oliver | DL | Houston

The best comparison for Ed Oliver might be the Tasmanian Devil, as he’s a quick and twitchy interior defender in a compact frame that plays low and can rip/spin his way into the backfield. I have concerns about Oliver against NFL size and power, but if he plays with a relentless motor at the next level, he has a good chance of being an impact player. Also, the interview process would give teams a much better overall evaluation to get to the bottom of the sideline confrontation with Houston head coach Major Applewhite last season for wearing a jacket reserved for active players (not digging deep into that would be foolish).

 

23. Jaquan Johnson | S | Miami

I don’t have the benefit of talking to prospects like scouts and general managers do, but based on the tape, Jaquan Johnson might have the highest football intelligence in this year’s class. The leader of Miami’s defense often saw the play before it happened—from identifying route combinations, to reading the quarterbacks eyes, to freelancing on a blitz to stop the run. Johnson, who is a secure tackler that seems comfortable lining up all over the field, has above-average ball skills and is a smooth overall athlete.

 

24. Byron Murphy | CB | Washington

Those who just pay attention to the numbers instead of the on-field drills at the Combine wouldn’t have been impressed by Byron Murphy, but he bulked up 14 pounds from his time at Washington—which fits his game as an “undersized” corner that hits—and still was a clear standout for a cornerback group that struggled. Of course, what happens on the field is much more important than what happened in Indy, but Murphy can play man or zone equally well, and his pure cover skills combined with willingness as a tackler should override any concerns about size or athleticism.

 

25. Clelin Ferrell | EDGE | Clemson

The third Clemson defensive lineman that should be drafted on Day 1, Clelin Ferrell is a well-rounded edge defender that gets the most out of his abilities. As a pass rusher, Ferrell lacks the elite athleticism that others at the position do, but he has a relentless motor, nearly flawless technique, and is exceptional against the run. While a different style player, I think Ferrell can have an impact similar to Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham by bringing great value to a defense despite not being a guy that’s projected to consistently record double-digit sacks.

 

26. Darnell Savage | S | Maryland

27. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside | WR | Stanford

28. Greedy Williams | CB | LSU

29. Julian Love | CB | Notre Dame

30. Rock Ya-Sin | CB | Temple

31. Isaiah Prince | OT | Ohio State

32. Chase Winovich | EDGE | Michigan

33. Dre’Mont Jones | DL | Ohio State

34. Dalton Risner | OT | Kansas State

35. T.J. Hockenson | TE | Iowa

36. Devin Bush | LB | Michigan

37. Marquise Brown | WR | Oklahoma

38. Amani Oruwariye | CB | Penn State

39. Joejuan Williams | CB | Vanderbilt

40. David Montgomery | RB | Iowa State

41. Jawaan Taylor | OT | Florida

42. N’Keal Harry | WR | Arizona State

43. Germaine Pratt | LB | NC State

44. Nasir Adderley | S | Delaware

45. Damien Harris | RB | Alabama

46. Cody Ford | G | Oklahoma

47. David Long | CB | Michigan

48. Connor McGovern | G | Penn State

49. Deebo Samuel | WR | South Carolina

50. Miles Sanders | RB | Penn State

51. Rashan Gary | DL | Michigan

52. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson | S | Florida

53. Trace McSorley | QB | Penn State

54. Michael Jackson | CB | Miami 

55. Andy Isabella | WR | Massachusetts

56. Parris Campbell | WR | Ohio State

57. Jeffery Simmons | DL | Mississippi State

58. Jachai Polite | EDGE | Florida

59. Justice Hill | RB | Oklahoma State

60. Lonnie Johnson | CB | Kentucky

61. Drew Lock | QB | Missouri

62. Bryce Love | RB | Stanford

63. Yodny Cajuste | OT | West Virginia

64. Irv Smith Jr. | TE | Alabama

65. Gary Jennings | WR | West Virginia

66. L.J Collier | EDGE | TCU

67. Mack Wilson | LB | Alabama

68. Chris Lindstrom | G | Boston College

69. Andre Dillard | OT | Washington State

70. D’Andre Walker | EDGE | Georgia

71. Darrell Henderson Jr. | RB | Memphis

72. Ryan Finley | QB | NC State

73. Riley Ridley | WR | Georgia

74. Kelvin Harmon | WR | NC State

75. Terry McLaurin | WR | Ohio State

76. Lukas Denis | S | Boston College

77. Jarrett Stidham | QB | Auburn

78. Deionte Thompson | S | Alabama

79. Michael Jordan | G | Ohio State

80. Juan Thornhill | S | Virginia

81. Anthony Johnson | WR | Buffalo

82. Trayvon Mullen | CB | Clemson

83. Taylor Rapp | S | Washington

84. Hunter Renfrow | WR | Clemson

85. Michael Deiter | G | Wisconsin

86. Joe Jackson | EDGE | Miami

87. Jaylon Ferguson | EDGE | Louisiana Tech

88. Zach Allen | EDGE | Boston College

89. Terry Godwin II | WR | Georgia

90. Mecole Hardman | WR | Georgia

91. Miles Boykin | WR | Notre Dame

92. Ben Banogu | EDGE | TCU

93. Caleb Wilson | TE | UCLA

94. Elgton Jenkins | C | Mississippi State

95. Tre’Von Coney | LB | Notre Dame

96. Ben Burr-Kirven | LB | Washington

97. Martez Ivey | G | Florida

98. Emanuel Hall | WR | Missouri

99. Anthony Nelson | EDGE | Iowa

100. Austin Bryant | EDGE | Clemson

101. Cameron Smith | LB | USC

102. Rodney Anderson | RB | Oklahoma

103. Chuma Edoga | OT | USC

104. Max Scharping | OT | Northern Illinois

105. Gerald Willis III | DL | Miami

106. Bobby Okereke | LB | Stanford

107. Renell Wren | DL | Arizona State

108. Blake Cashman | LB | Minnesota

109. Isaiah Johnson | CB | Houston

110. Johnathan Abram | S | Mississippi State

111. David Edwards | OT | Wisconsin

112. Tytus Howard | OT | Alabama State

113. Beau Benzschawel | G | Wisconsin

114. Nate Davis | G | Charlotte

115. Daylon Mack | DL | Texas A&M

116. Erik McCoy | C | Texas A&M

117. Kaleb McGary | OT | Washington

118. Jerry Tillery | DL | Notre Dame

119. Khalen Saunders | DL | Western Illinois

120. Kendall Joseph | LB | Clemson

121. L.J. Scott | RB | Michigan State

122. Oshane Ximines | EDGE | Old Dominion

123. Charles Omenihu | EDGE | Texas

124. Christian Miller | EDGE | Alabama

125. Kris Boyd | CB | Texas

126. Terrill Hanks | LB | New Mexico State

127. Trysten Hill | DL | Central Florida

128. Kaden Smith | TE | Stanford

129. Jace Sternberger | TE | Texas A&M

130. Dru Samia | G | Oklahoma

131. Tre Lamar III | LB | Clemson

132. Drue Tranquill | LB | Notre Dame

133. Will Grier | QB | West Virginia

134. Isaiah Buggs | DL | Alabama

135. Foster Moreau | TE | LSU

136. C.J. Conrad | TE | Kentucky

137. Ben Powers | G | Oklahoma

138. Ryquell Armstead | RB | Temple

139. Trayveon Williams | RB | Texas A&M

140. David Long Jr. | LB | West Virginia

141. DaMarkus Lodge | WR | Ole Miss

142. Jalen Hurd | WR | Baylor

143. B.J. Autry | G | Jacksonville State

144. Dontavius Russell | DL | Auburn

145. Albert Huggins | DL | Clemson

146. Savion Smith | CB | Alabama

147. Corey Ballentine | CB | Washburn

148. Montre Hartage | CB | Northwestern

149. Sean Bunting | CB | Central Michigan

150. Amani Hooker | S | Iowa

151. Will Harris | S | Boston College

152. Ugo Amadi | S | Oregon

153. Elijah Holyfield | RB | Georgia

154. Jahlani Tavai | LB | Hawaii

155. Kingsley Keke | DL | Texas A&M

156. Greg Gaines | DL | Washington

157. Justin Hollins | EDGE | Oregon

158. Javon Patterson | C | Ole Miss

159. Benny Snell | RB | Kentucky

160. Iman Marshall | CB | USC

161. Devin Singletary | RB | Florida Atlantic

162. Deion Calhoun | G | Mississippi State

163. Josh Oliver | TE | San Jose State

164. D’Cota Dixon | S | Wisconsin

165. Jonathan Ledbetter | EDGE | Georgia

166. Mitch Hyatt | OT | Clemson

167. Dakota Allen | LB | Texas Tech

168. Mark Fields | CB | Clemson

169. Dennis Daley | OT | South Carolina

170. Dawson Knox | TE | Ole Miss

171. David Stills V | WR | West Virginia

172. Jamel Dean | CB | Auburn

173. Kendall Sheffield | CB | Ohio State

174. Ryan Bates | G | Penn State

175. Myles Gaskin | RB | Washington

176. Phil Haynes | G | Wake Forest

177. Hjalte Froholdt | G | Arkansas

178. Maxx Crosby | EDGE | Eastern Michigan

179. Adaruis Pickett | S | UCLA

180. Sheldrick Redwine | S | Miami

181. T.J. Edwards | LB | Wisconsin

182. Kevin Givens | DL | Penn State

183. Daniel Wise | DL | Kansas

184. Vosean Joseph | LB | Florida

185. Penny Hart | WR | Georgia State

186. Sione Takitaki | LB | BYU

187. Gardner Minshew | QB | Washington State

188. Clayton Thorson | QB | Northwestern

189. Emeke Egbule | LB | Houston

190. John Cominsky | EDGE | Charleston

191. Travis Fulgham | WR | Old Dominion

192. Wes Hills | RB | Slippery Rock

193. Qadree Ollison | RB | Pittsburgh

194. Hamp Cheevers | CB | Boston College

195. Jimmy Moreland | CB | James Madison

196. Stephen Denmark | CB | Valdosta State

197. Mike Weber | RB | Ohio State

198. Dexter Williams | RB | Notre Dame

199. Devine Ozigbo | RB | Nebraska

200. Marvell Tell III | S | USC

201. Marquise Blair | S | Utah

202. Khari Willis | S | Michigan State

203. Gary Johnson | LB | Texas

204. Michael Dogbe | DL | Temple

205. Trevon Tate | G | Memphis

206. Mike Edwards | S | Kentucky

207. Derrick Baity Jr. | CB | Kentucky

208. Deshaun Davis | LB | Auburn

209. Travis Homer | RB | Miami

210. Demarcus Christmas | DL | Florida State

211. Jordan Brailford | EDGE | Oklahoma State

212. Bobby Evans | OT | Oklahoma

213. Trey Pipkins | OT | Sioux Falls

214. Oli Udoh | OT | Elon

215. Lamont Gaillard | C | Georgia

216. Joe Giles-Harris | LB | Duke

217. Derrek Thomas | CB | Baylor

218. Tyree Jackson | QB | Buffalo

219. Zach Gentry | TE | Michigan

220. Isaac Nauta | TE | Georgia

221. James Williams | RB | Washington State

222. Darius West | S | Kentucky

223. Delvon Randall | S | Temple

224. Malik Gant | S | Marshall

225. Keelan Doss | WR | UC Davis

226. Jordan Miller | CB | Washington

227. Cody Barton | LB | Utah

228. Byron Cowart | DL | Maryland

229. Shareef Miller | EDGE | Penn State

230. Sutton Smith | EDGE | Northern Illinois

231. Ross Piersbacher | C | Alabama

232. Khalil Hodge | LB | Buffalo

233. Donald Parham | TE | Stetson

234. Cortez Broughton | DL | Cincinnati

235. Tyrel Dodson | LB | Texas A&M

236. Kahale Warring | TE | San Diego State

237. Saquan Hampton | S | Rutgers

238. Ka’Dar Hollman | CB | Toledo

239. Jordan Brown | CB | South Dakota State

240. Rashad Fenton | CB | South Carolina

241. Jaylen Smith | WR | Louisville

242. KeeSean Johnson | WR | Fresno State

243. Darius Slayton | WR | Auburn

244. Lil’Jordan Humphrey | WR | Texas

245. Ryan Davis | WR | Auburn

246. Jake Browning | QB | Washington

247. Kyle Shurmur | QB | Vanderbilt

248. Brett Rypien | QB | Boise State

249. Darrin Hall | RB | Pittsburgh

250. Ty Summers | LB | TCU

251. John Battle | S | LSU

252. Ryan Pulley | CB | Arkansas

253. Ryan Connelly | LB | Wisconsin

254. Terry Beckner | DL | Missouri

255. Porter Gustin | EDGE | USC

256. Tommy Sweeney | TE | Boston College

257. Stanley Morgan Jr. | WR | Nebraska

258. Armon Watts | DL | Arkansas

259. Alec Ingold | FB | Wisconsin

260. Diontae Johnson | WR | Toledo

261. Evan Worthington | S | Colorado

262. Carl Granderson | EDGE | Wyoming

263. Alize Mack | TE | Notre Dame

264. Drew Sample | TE | Washington

265. Wyatt Ray | EDGE | Boston College

266. Randy Ramsey | EDGE | Arkansas

267. David Blough | QB | Purdue

268. Bunchy Stalling | C | Kentucky

269. Antoine Wesley | WR | Texas Tech

270. Dillon Mitchell | WR | Oregon

271. Jalin Moore | RB | Appalachian State

272. Alex Barnes | RB | Kansas State

273. Blace Brown | CB | Troy

274. Johnnie Dixon | WR | Ohio State

275. Mike Bell | S | Fresno State

276. Karan Higdon | RB | Michigan

277. Tony Pollard | RB | Memphis

278. Chris Slayton | DL | Syracuse

279. Trevon Wesco | FB | West Virginia

280. Malik Carney | EDGE | North Carolina

281. Dre Greenlaw | LB | Arkansas

282. Tyree Kinnel | S | Michigan

283. Ryan Pope | OT | San Diego State

284. Tyler Roemer | OT | San Diego State

285. Fred Johnson | G | Florida

286. William Sweet | OT | North Carolina

287. Cole Holcomb | LB | North Carolina

288. Tyre Brady | WR | Marshall

289. Alex Wesley | WR | Northern Colorado

290. Greg Dortch | WR | Wake Forest

291. Andrew Wingard | S | Michigan

292. Kerrith Whyte Jr. | RB | Florida Atlantic

293. Alexander Mattison | RB | Boise State

294. Kyle Lawrence Phillips | EDGE | Tennessee

295. Jalen Jelks | EDGE | Oregon

296. Davante Davis | CB | Texas

297. Jordan Jones | LB | Kentucky

298. Alec Eberle | C | Florida State

299. Otaro Alaka | LB | Texas A&M

300. Andrew Van Ginkel | LB | Wisconsin

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Not cookie cutter like everyone else. Good job.

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Yes agreed these aren’t the boring usual rankings.

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Yes AJ Brown is a stud.

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And I thought you were bad enough having Ferrell 25. Raiders are a laughingstock.

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Give it some time.

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I didn’t expect this draft to be like this!

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Amazing the Giants got Baker at 30.

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Better than any rankings I’ve seen tbh.

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