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Coachb6's 2019 NFL Mock Draft Picks - Last updated: 11-26-2018

Rnd. ▴ Pick   Team Player Pos. School
1 1Arizona ArizonaNick Bosa DE Ohio State
Coachb6's comments: Pairing Nick Bosa with Chandler Jones could provide an elite pass rush for the cardinals for years to come.
1 2San Francisco San FranciscoQuinnen Williams DE Alabama
Coachb6's comments: The Raiders have struggled to both stop the run and rush the passer. Quinnen Williams can create disruptions across the line that could free up other defenders to make plays.
1 3Oakland OaklandAndraez "Greedy" Williams CB LSU
Coachb6's comments: The Niners have an Abysmal turnover ratio Greedy can help them turn that around.
1 4Jacksonville JacksonvilleJeffrey Simmons DT Mississippi State
Coachb6's comments: With Kyle Williams aging the Bills will need another stud to help maintain the Bills dominant run defense, Jeffery Simmons is that guy.
1 5Buffalo BuffaloDeandre Baker CB Georgia
Coachb6's comments: The Bucs struggle to force turnovers and desperately need secondary help. Baker is a good corner and could be an impact guy week 1.
1 6NY Jets NY JetsJustin Herbert QB Oregon
Coachb6's comments: The Jags beat everyone to the punch and snag Herbert the best looking prospect out there. He has all the measurables the only question is can he put it together at the next level.
1 7Atlanta AtlantaJonah Williams OT Alabama
Coachb6's comments: The Browns O-line has struggled to protect Baker Mayfield. The addition of a possible franchise tackle like Jonah Williams should be one of the top priorities for the Browns.
1 8Detroit DetroitClelin Ferrell DE Clemson
Coachb6's comments: The Giants have lacked any significant pass rush the entire year adding Clelin Ferrell gives them more potential to pressure QBs.
1 9Cincinnati CincinnatiN'Keal Harry WR Arizona State
Coachb6's comments: Sam Darnold has shown some potential to be a franchise signal caller despite the utter lack of talent he has to work with on this Jets team. Harry gives Darnold a potential #1 guy on the outside.
1 10NY Giants NY GiantsEd Oliver DT Houston
Coachb6's comments: The Dolphins have been bad against the run since Ndamukong Suh left the team. Ed Oliver doesnt have nealy as much strength as Suh but he makes up for it with his explosiveness and athleticism.
1 11Tampa Bay Tampa BayDeionte Thompson S Alabama
Coachb6's comments: Glover Quin has been average and is aging. Thompson is a talented safety that can be the future of the Lions secondary.
1 12Cleveland ClevelandAmani Oruwariye CB Penn State
Coachb6's comments: The Eagles Achilles heel has been injuries in the secondary. Adding another quality CB prospect in the early rounds can only help.
1 13Green Bay Green BayDexter Lawrence DT Clemson
Coachb6's comments: The Falcons inability to stop the run specifically on the interior the addition of Dexter Lawrence should help a lot.
1 14Washington WashingtonA.J. Brown WR Mississippi
Coachb6's comments: No matter who starts at QB for the Ravens going forward it is apparent they need help at receiver.
1 15Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRashan Gary DE Michigan
Coachb6's comments: The Bengals have been near the bottom of the league in pass and rush defense. Adding a talented and athletic player like Rashan Gary can bolster an aging D-line.
1 16Denver DenverD.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi
Coachb6's comments: The Raiders traded Amari Cooper and are left with no good targets for Derek Carr. D.K. Metcalf is considered by some to be the best guy in this class but his neck injury will hurt him the only question is how much.
1 17Carolina CarolinaNoah Fant TE Iowa
Coachb6's comments: With Delanie Walkers age and recent injury it could be time to find Marcus Mariota a new security blanket. Noah Fant is a modern day TE with great athleticism and receiving ability and little blocking ability this could be a problem for the run heavy Titans but his pass catching ability is too good to pass up.
1 18Tennessee TennesseeGreg Little OT Mississippi
Coachb6's comments: The Seahawks should continue to try and add talent to their O-line. Greg Little is definitely inconsistent at times but with some good coaching he could be a franchise tackle.
1 19Miami MiamiDerrick Brown DT Auburn
Coachb6's comments: The Packers can't stop the run so they add another big interior D-lineman.
1 20Indianapolis IndianapolisDrew Lock QB Missouri
Coachb6's comments: Case Keenum isn't the long term answer but I don't think any QB at this juncture would come in and beat him out immediately. Lock has all the tools but he could sit behind Keenum a year and come out even better.
1 21Minnesota MinnesotaMontez Sweat DE Mississippi State
Coachb6's comments: The Colts defense has improved but they still could use an elite rusher off the edge. Sweat is an excellent pass rusher who can hurt teams.
1 22Baltimore BaltimoreKelvin Harmon WR NC State
Coachb6's comments: The Redskins need more help on the perimeter. Kelvin Harmon has been a high volume pass catcher ho could become Alex Smith's go-to guy right away.
1 23Seattle SeattleZach Allen DE Boston College
Coachb6's comments: The Panthers pass rushers have aged and now may be the time to add a stedily improving prospect like Zach Allen.
1 24Oakland OaklandDevin White ILB LSU
Coachb6's comments: A possible replacement if Anthony Barr walks. Devin White can slide right in and perform at a high level day 1.
1 25Pittsburgh PittsburghWill Grier QB West Virginia
Coachb6's comments: Will this be the year the Chargers add Philip Rivers replacement? Will Grier is a gunslinger who could learn a thing or two from a possible future hall of fame gunslinger.
1 26Houston HoustonDevin Bush Jr. ILB Michigan
Coachb6's comments: Gruden adds a linebacker to lead his defense forward into the future.
1 27Oakland OaklandChristian Wilkins DT Clemson
1 28LA Chargers LA ChargersDavid Edwards OT Wisconsin
1 29New England New EnglandDarrell Henderson RB Memphis
1 30LA Rams LA RamsAlbert Okwuegbunan TE Missouri
1 31Kansas City Kansas CityJaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana Tech
1 32Green Bay Green BayDre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
2 33Arizona ArizonaOshane Ximines OLB Old Dominion
2 34San Francisco San FranciscoCody Ford OG Oklahoma
2 35Oakland OaklandAndre Dillard OT Washington State
2 36Jacksonville JacksonvilleRaekwon Davis DT Alabama
2 37Buffalo BuffaloDarryl Williams OG Mississippi State
2 38Indianapolis IndianapolisJachai Polite DE Florida
2 39Atlanta AtlantaCollin Johnson WR Texas
2 40Detroit DetroitKaleb McGary OT Washington
2 41Cincinnati CincinnatiJerry Tillary DT Notre Dame
2 42NY Giants NY GiantsJulian Love CB Notre Dame
2 43Tampa Bay Tampa BayBryce Hall CB Virginia
2 44Cleveland ClevelandAustin Bryant DE Clemson
2 45Green Bay Green BayMarquise Brown WR Oklahoma
2 46Washington WashingtonJosh Allen OLB Kentucky
2 47Philadelphia PhiladelphiaDalton Risner OT Kansas State
2 48Denver DenverJustice Hill RB Oklahoma State
2 49Carolina CarolinaChauncey Gardner-Johnson FS Florida
2 50Tennessee TennesseeChris Lindstrom OG Boston College
2 51Miami MiamiErik McCoy OC Texas A&M
2 52Indianapolis IndianapolisLil'Jordan Humphrey WR Texas
2 53Dallas DallasChase Winovich ILB Michigan
2 54Minnesota MinnesotaVosean Joseph OLB Florida
2 55Philadelphia PhiladelphiaT.J. Edwards ILB Wisconsin
2 56Houston HoustonMichael Pinckney OLB Miami
2 57New England New EnglandJoe Jackson DE Miami
2 58LA Chargers LA ChargersYodny Cajuste OT West Virginia
2 59Houston HoustonConnor McGovern OC Penn State
2 60Pittsburgh PittsburghShea Patterson QB Michigan
2 61Kansas City Kansas CityZach Gentry TE Michigan
2 62Kansas City Kansas CityBeau Benzschawel OG Wisconsin
2 63New England New EnglandBrian Burns DE Florida State
2 64New Orleans New OrleansDavid Sills WR West Virginia