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Monsmoy's 2019 NFL Mock Draft Picks - Last updated: 09-14-2018

Rnd. ▴ Pick   Team Player Pos. School
1 1Miami MiamiNick Bosa DE Ohio State
Monsmoy's comments: Dolphins need a QB, but will not be able to resist taking Bosa who has a higher impact value than the QBs in this draft. Likely that they will trade for a second first round pick to take a QB if they cannot pick up a genuine option during the '18 season. Should have taken Bridgewater.
1 2Cincinnati CincinnatiJustin Herbert QB Oregon
Monsmoy's comments: Big, athletic lad (6'6") with a strong skill set across the QB handbook. Was the 2017 Oregon QB as a Freshman and is getting better. 2018 should see him step ahead of the other QBs in this draft (although Stidham could give run for his money)
1 3Buffalo BuffaloEd Oliver DT Houston
Monsmoy's comments: They have their QB and, arguably, the O-Line should be a priority to keep him intact. However, Oliver is too good to pass on.
1 4Indianapolis IndianapolisDavid Montgomery RB Iowa State
Monsmoy's comments: May not be the bookies favourite, but a hard guy to take down and keeps eating the small game yards game by game. With some good blocking in front of him, he could be brilliant.
1 5NY Jets NY JetsJonah Williams OT Alabama
Monsmoy's comments: Offers RT and LT flexibility with a finishing mentality. Not most imposing but technically strong. Only a junior but ready to start in the NFL
1 6Washington WashingtonDeandre Baker CB Georgia
Monsmoy's comments: Coverage is his strength mirroring rather than man handling coverage. Redskins have dire need to strengthen secondary
1 7Oakland OaklandClelin Ferrell DE Clemson
Monsmoy's comments: The second (after Bosa)player that could come close to KMack. He has the potential for Defensive Rookie/Player of the Year. Awesome pick
1 8Arizona ArizonaRashan Gary DE Michigan
Monsmoy's comments: In the line or on the end, I would play him DE and add some further athleticism to the rush.
1 9Cleveland ClevelandGreg Little OT Mississippi
Monsmoy's comments: Hard to fill Joe Thomas' shoes but this is a good start and he is ready to go from day 1.
1 10Detroit DetroitRaekwon Davis DT Alabama
Monsmoy's comments: One of my favourite players in this draft. So much potential on top of his current successful physicality in the trenches against the run
1 11Tampa Bay Tampa BayMitch Hyatt OT Clemson
Monsmoy's comments: Will they, won't they.....OT requirement before a QB decision if they do not trade for a (successor) QB during the '18 season
1 12San Francisco San FranciscoRoss Pierschbacher OG Alabama
Monsmoy's comments: Solid LG in a top college OL, he will join Mike McGlinchey chosen in 2018 to hugely strengthen the 49s OLine
1 13Dallas DallasA.J. Brown WR Mississippi
Monsmoy's comments: Purported to be the best WR in this draft, the Cowboys have to bring in a new top target receiver (or in the slot). Man to man press is no problem with his size and speed.
1 14NY Giants NY GiantsDrew Lock QB Missouri
Monsmoy's comments: How long has Eli got left? The Giants are on the ascendancy and need their future QB. Lock is too good to miss not having had to trade up to get a franchise QB. Possibly the strongest arm with positive long throw game favoured (perfect for Odell!)
1 15Seattle SeattleCollin Johnson WR Texas
Monsmoy's comments: 6'6" WR with huge athletic impact capability shown with the Longhorns. Menacing mismatch with most DBs.
1 16Tennessee TennesseeMontez Sweat DE Mississippi State
Monsmoy's comments: Linebackers are sorted at Tennessee, but Sweat adds speed off the edge and the potential to pack on another 20lbs on his long, strong frame
1 17Denver DenverDexter Lawrence DT Clemson
Monsmoy's comments: Arguably the best DL in the draft and one the rest of the Clemson line thrive off. Massive, powerful and swift. Likely Bronco contract gap in DLine 2019
1 18Kansas City Kansas CityAndraez "Greedy" Williams CB LSU
Monsmoy's comments: Natural ball hawk skills, with size and speed. Man to man check strength
1 19Oakland OaklandMarquise Brown WR Oklahoma
Monsmoy's comments: Explosive running across all routes, making plays. Speed with separation rather than size and contesting
1 20Houston HoustonTrayvon Mullen CB Clemson
Monsmoy's comments: A big corner who will anchor the Clemson DBs this year and very likely continue his massive tackle count and interceptions in the NFL
1 21Baltimore BaltimoreMichael Deiter OT Wisconsin
Monsmoy's comments: Questionable performances last year means bringing in a credible utility player across the O-Line
1 22LA Chargers LA ChargersNoah Fant TE Iowa
Monsmoy's comments: Great size with speed and genuine running capability. Could increase size and become a hugely effective blocker in addition to his scoring capability
1 23Carolina CarolinaJosh Allen OLB Kentucky
Monsmoy's comments: Brings a multitude of rushing / linebacker options to a strong defence.
1 24Green Bay Green BayJalen Jelks DE Oregon
Monsmoy's comments: Similar to Josh Allen, offering pressure on the QB or in the pass. Has potential to gain mass on his long frame too.
1 25Jacksonville JacksonvilleRyan Finley QB North Carolina State
Monsmoy's comments: Safe player offering a good all around game and long term option for the Jags to take over from Bortels after another year or so
1 26Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRodney Anderson RB Oklahoma
Monsmoy's comments: Runner but also great at the passing game.
1 27LA Rams LA RamsJoe Jackson DE Miami
Monsmoy's comments: Key need for Rams as they go for the SB. 4:3 but versatile and effective
1 28Atlanta AtlantaDre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
Monsmoy's comments: In a stacked draft for D-Line, Jones is near the top. In a normal year, he would be first a 10 pick
1 29New England New EnglandJarrett Stidham QB Auburn
Monsmoy's comments: Patriots possibly were not looking at a QB in round 1, but Stidham has the makings of a Brady successor and it is fortunate he is still on the board. Come the long way around and has the foundations to build on.
1 30Minnesota MinnesotaZach Allen DE Boston College
Monsmoy's comments: Big and powerful DE that can play well in the line. Seems to succeed in every game
1 31Pittsburgh PittsburghDevin White ILB LSU
Monsmoy's comments: Powerful ILB run stopper with speed and dominating presence
1 32Green Bay Green BayMax Scharping OT Northern Illinois
Monsmoy's comments: The Saints have won the SB but the Packers have their 2019 pick. Scharping will prove to be a key utility linesman having played LT and RT and possibly a better RG fit going forward.
2 33Miami MiamiDalton Risner OT Kansas State
Monsmoy's comments: Would be higher but may not go in first round due to shoulder history
2 34Cincinnati CincinnatiLevonta Taylor CB Florida State
2 35Buffalo BuffaloDeebo Samuel WR South Carolina
2 36Indianapolis IndianapolisTrey Adams OT Washington
2 37Indianapolis IndianapolisDerrick Brown DT Auburn
2 38Washington WashingtonWill Grier QB West Virginia
2 39New England New EnglandAhmmon Richards WR Miami
2 40Arizona ArizonaCaleb Wilson TE UCLA
Monsmoy's comments: Old Bruin pairing with Rosen
2 41Cleveland ClevelandAndre Dillard OT Washington State
2 42Detroit DetroitBryce Love RB Stanford
2 43Tampa Bay Tampa BayMichael Jackson CB Miami
2 44San Francisco San FranciscoChauncey Gardner-Johnson FS Florida
2 45Dallas DallasAustin Bryant DE Clemson
2 46NY Giants NY GiantsT.J. Edwards ILB Wisconsin
2 47Houston HoustonBeau Benzschawel OG Wisconsin
2 48Tennessee TennesseeN'Keal Harry WR Arizona State
2 49Denver DenverClayton Thorson QB Northwestern
2 50Kansas City Kansas CityHjalte Froholdt OT Arkansas
2 51Oakland OaklandDamien Harris RB Alabama
2 52Houston HoustonMyles Gaskin RB Washington
2 53Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMack Wilson ILB Alabama
2 54LA Chargers LA ChargersJerry Tillary DT Notre Dame
2 55Carolina CarolinaIsaiah Prince OT Ohio State
2 56Green Bay Green BayKaleb McGary OT Washington
2 57Jacksonville JacksonvilleParris Campbell WR Ohio State
2 58Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMarlon Davidson DE Auburn
2 59Kansas City Kansas CityAnfernee Jennings OLB Alabama
2 60Atlanta AtlantaJeffery Simmons DT Mississippi State
2 61New England New EnglandStanley Morgan Jr. WR Nebraska
2 62Minnesota MinnesotaMichael Jordan OG Ohio State
2 63Pittsburgh PittsburghLavert Hill CB Michigan
2 64New Orleans New OrleansDevin Bush Jr. ILB Michigan
3 65Miami MiamiMark Gilbert CB Duke
3 66Cincinnati CincinnatiKaden Smith TE Stanford
3 67Buffalo BuffaloDru Samia OG Oklahoma
3 68Indianapolis IndianapolisEaston Stick QB North Dakota State
Monsmoy's comments: Brian Lewerke QB is the choice, but not on the list
3 69NY Jets NY JetsAnthony Johnson WR Buffalo
3 70Washington WashingtonAlex Bars OG Notre Dame
3 71Chicago ChicagoDavid Edwards OT Wisconsin
3 72Arizona ArizonaYodny Cajuste OT West Virginia
3 73Cleveland ClevelandTerry Beckner Jr. DT Missouri
3 74New England New EnglandKendall Sheffield CB Ohio State
3 75Tampa Bay Tampa BayLukas Denis S Boston College
3 76San Francisco San FranciscoBrian Burns DE Florida State
3 77Dallas DallasAndrew Wingard S Wyoming
3 78NY Giants NY GiantsDavid Sills WR West Virginia
3 79Seattle SeattleNate Herbig OG Stanford
3 80Tennessee TennesseeSean Krepsz OC Nevada
3 81Denver DenverCameron Smith ILB USC
3 82Kansas City Kansas CityTerrell Lewis OLB Alabama
3 83Oakland OaklandMichael Pinckney OLB Miami
3 84Houston HoustonBryan Edwards WR South Carolina
3 85Baltimore BaltimoreJJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford
3 86LA Chargers LA ChargersTaylor Rapp CB Washington
3 87Carolina CarolinaJulian Love CB Notre Dame
3 88Green Bay Green BayKhalil Hodge ILB Buffalo
3 89Jacksonville JacksonvilleBenny Snell Jr. RB Kentucky
3 90Philadelphia PhiladelphiaKhaleke Hudson S Michigan
3 91LA Rams LA RamsDakota Allen ILB Texas Tech
3 92Atlanta AtlantaAmani Oruwariye CB Penn State
3 93Cleveland ClevelandCameron Glenn S Wake Forest
Monsmoy's comments: Deionte Thompson S is the choice, but not on the list
3 94Minnesota MinnesotaMelquise Stovall WR Cal
Monsmoy's comments: Hakeen Butler WR is the choice, but not on the list
3 95Pittsburgh PittsburghChristian Miller ILB Alabama
3 96NY Jets NY JetsC.J. Conrad TE Kentucky
4 97Miami MiamiD.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi
4 98Cincinnati CincinnatiDarryl Williams OG Mississippi State
Monsmoy's comments: Jawaan Taylor OT is the choice, but not on the list
4 99Buffalo BuffaloConnor McGovern OC Penn State
4 100Indianapolis IndianapolisChristian Wilkins DT Clemson
4 101NY Jets NY JetsMcKenzie MIlton WR Central Florida
Monsmoy's comments: Kelvin Harmon WR is the choice, but not on the list
4 102Washington WashingtonTyrie Cleveland WR Florida
4 103Chicago ChicagoJaquan Johnson CB Miami
4 104Arizona ArizonaTerry Godwin WR Georgia
4 105Cleveland ClevelandJordan Wyatt CB SMU
Monsmoy's comments: Jamel Dean CB is the choice, but not on the list
4 106Detroit DetroitTrenton Thompson DT Georgia
Monsmoy's comments: Carl Anderson DE is the choice, but not on the list
4 107Tampa Bay Tampa BayJuan Thornhill S Virginia
4 108San Francisco San FranciscoJustice Hill RB Oklahoma State
4 109Dallas DallasDontavius Russell DT Auburn
4 110NY Giants NY GiantsBobby Evans OT Oklahoma
4 111Seattle SeattlePorter Gustin OLB USC
4 112Tennessee TennesseeDerwin Gray OT Maryland
4 113Denver DenverAlijah Holder CB Stanford
4 114Buffalo BuffaloMartez Ivey OT Florida
Monsmoy's comments: Chris Lindstrom OG is the choice, but not on the list
4 115Oakland OaklandKendall Joseph ILB Clemson
4 116Houston HoustonLandon Young OT Kentucky
4 117Baltimore BaltimoreBen Powers OG Oklahoma
4 118LA Chargers LA ChargersTrace McSorley QB Penn State
4 119Carolina CarolinaJordan Sims OG Mississippi
4 120Green Bay Green BayMarvell Tell III S USC
4 121Jacksonville JacksonvilleSutton Smith OLB Northern Illinois
Monsmoy's comments: Paddy Fisher OLB is the choice, but not on the list
4 122Philadelphia PhiladelphiaDerrick Baity CB Kentucky
4 123LA Rams LA RamsIman Marshall CB USC
4 124Atlanta AtlantaIsaac Nauta TE Georgia
4 125New England New EnglandChase Winovich ILB Michigan
4 126Minnesota MinnesotaGreg Gaines DT Washington
4 127Pittsburgh PittsburghOshane Ximines OLB Old Dominion
4 128New Orleans New OrleansJaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana Tech