Considering that I am leaving for Boot Camp on February 11th to begin my service in the Army National Guard, I won’t have any opportunity outside of now, before I leave, to write a mock draft.

I know that it’s incredibly early in the process and that this will probably be nowhere near correct, but that doesn’t make projecting what will happen over the next two and a half more months any less fun! My NFL Draft grades are purely reflective of what I can know before the combine, and project what a player will end up becoming in the NFL. I have no upside factor, something that a lot of teams sell a lot of draft stock into.

Nevertheless, I think this is a perfect opportunity to leave you all on a good note, and put out this wonderful Draft content as my goodbye piece to you all. I will bid you all goodbye, and return in June of this year to resume my work as part of, our newest website in the works.

Without any further words, here is my single mock draft for the 2019 NFL Draft season.

SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Quinnen Williams #92 of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts against the Clemson Tigers in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

John Vogel’s NFL Mock Draft

1. New York Giants (PROJ: From Arizona Cardinals): QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

I can totally see the New York Giants leapfrogging everyone in the NFL Draft to ensure that they land a franchise quarterback over the Jacksonville Jaguars and get the Ohio State product. The Giants give up a small fortune, giving the Cardinals their 6th overall and 37th overall selections this draft, and their 1st round selection next season. For Arizona, it plays directly into what they want: Top level young talent to be compiled onto the rebuilding project.

The Giants know that they need a quarterback who can get the ball down field to their play makers. The old, cryptic Eli Manning might possibly have one good season left n his body, and then it’s over. He struggled tremendously last season to help the offense move the football, even on an offense loaded with play makers.

Haskins becomes the future to the Giants franchise. The only question that remains – Will it work?

2. San Francisco 49ers: EDGE Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Arguably the best player in the NFL Draft, Nick Bosa (Joey’s younger brother) falls one spot because of the desperation of an NFL team looking to land a franchise quarterback one year too early. Bosa is a monster trapped inside of a human body, with a full throttled appetite to eat quarterbacks for dinner.

Eat well Bosa does, too. With 29 tackles for loss and 17.5 career sacks in just 29 college games, Bosa fed on thriving in the backfield. His game tape is absolutely dominant, and he looks like a clone of his brother, Joey. Bosa will be the perfect fit in the 49ers defense in dire need of pass rushing help.

3. New York Jets: OT Jonah Williams, Alabama

FAYETTEVILLE, AR – OCTOBER 8: Jonah Williams #73 of the Alabama Crimson Tide prepares to block Brooks Ellis #51 of the Arkansas Razorbacks at Razorback Stadium on October 8, 2016 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Crimson Tide defeated the Razorbacks 49-30. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

The next to best player on my board and the first Alabama Crimson Tide alumni comes off the board in 2019. Jonah Williams is an absolute stud. An excellent pass protector and capable run blocker, Williams can easily anchor the left tackle spot for Sam Darnold the next decade. It’s the perfect marriage.

4. Oakland Raiders: EDGE Josh Allen, Kentucky

The Raiders sacked opposing quarterbacks just 13 times last season, a truly dismal performance from a team with such high expectations. Jon Gruden understands that he desperately needs pass rushers, so he turns to one of the best in the NFL Draft: Josh Allen.

Josh Allen had an excellent senior season at Kentucky, appearing to be a completely different player than he had been just a season before. Allen will bring a ton of stability to the pass rushing unit singe-handedly, and be a solid choice in run defense.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: IDL Quinnen Williams, Alabama

The Buccaneers are looking to move on from long time interior starter Gerald McCoy, their first round selection in the 2010 NFL Draft. Quinnen Williams was a monster last season, arguably the most dominant player in college football. Pairing Williams with Vita Vea, their first round pick last season, gives the Buccaneers the defensive line they were trying so hard to build last season, and the front of the defense is set for the next decade.

6. Arizona Cardinals (From New York Giants): LB Devin White, LSU

Devin White is still a growing player at his position. A converted running back, White’s upside at linebacker is incredible. He shows such an understanding of offensive concepts and has incredible athleticism for his position, it is very intriguing to see how his career plays out.

As for the Cardinals, they just picked up the heart of their offense in last season’s NFL Draft in Josh Rosen. Now, they can acquire the heart of their defense and fill a critical need.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

The Jaguars are looking to make a splash here. With the Blake Bortles experiment not working out, they want to try something different. An explosive play-maker with ground breaking athleticism could be just what the Jaguars offense needs to get out of stalling.

Murray would be paired with the likes of Leonard Fournette, TJ Yeldon, former Oklahoma star Dede Westbrook, and others in a huge haul that could propel the Jaguars back to the front of the AFC South.

8. Detroit Lions: EDGE Rashan Gary, Michigan

Rashan Gary is more of an athletic interior defender who wants to get paid like an EDGE. He’s a very decent run defender who can hit gaps and play disciplined football. With his athleticism, Gary can make groundbreaking plays at times. However, throughout his college career, he has been limited in what he brings to the pass rushing department.

Matt Patricia has to be intrigued with the upside of Gary, and believes that he can bring Gary to full fruition. This could end up being a solid pick-up for the Detroit Lions down the road.

9. Buffalo Bills: WR Kelvin Harmon, North Carolina State

The Bills are very tempted with LSU cornerback Greedy Williams, but ultimately decide not to pull the trigger on him because of the need to get Josh Allen weapons, and the best possible.

Kelvin Harmon fills that need. Harmon doesn’t have the flat line speed that we customarily want to see in an NFL receiver, but his separation skills in the air are second to none. Absolutely incredible in that field. With the strong arm of Josh Allen, this will be an intriguing pair.

10. Denver Broncos: QB Drew Lock, Missouri

Is this pick a little bit of a reach? Yes. Does everyone in the NFL know that John Elway really likes Drew Lock? Yes. Will anyone threaten to pick him before the 10th overall pick? No.

Drew Lock has a good, NFL type of skill set, but has a little while to develop left with his decision making and consistency. Despite that, his personality is absolutely lovable, he’s got a very nice arm and could develop into a good quarterback to build a franchise around.

11. Carolina Panthers (From Cincinnati Bengals): IDL Ed Oliver, Houston

Ed Oliver falling to 11th overall? Did that just happen? Did the Cincinnati Bengals just give him up?

Believe it. We have spent the past three years talking about how Oliver should be pro ready. We never did ask what exactly that meant. While he is undoubtedly a top 10 talent, the run on the quarterbacks in this draft, an incredibly weak class, pushes a ton of the top talent down the board. Now the Panthers spend their 16th overall, 78th overall and 5th round picks in the 2019 NFL Draft to move up 4 spots to nab him.

Oliver fits what Carolina wants to do perfectly. He’s such a stud, and will be perfect at both pass rushing and blitzing anywhere on the line.

12. Green Bay Packers: LB Mack Wilson, Alabama

These linebackers are coming off the board faster than I expected to see. Need has pushed them both off the board faster. Chaos is ensuing.

The Packers need linebacker help. Without AJ Hawk the past couple of years, the defense has really struggled. Blake Martinez isn’t cutting it for what they need. Mack Wilson was a pretty solid linebacker from Alabama, and sometimes you gotta feel like you can’t go wrong with an Alabama defender, right?

13. Miami Dolphins: OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma

Cody Ford was Baker Mayfield’s and Kyler Murray’s right tackle in college, and he can be a very solid tackle on either side in the NFL. While it’s not the most splash or exciting pick, it shows the Dolphins commitment to their rebuild. They want to bring Miami back as a threat in the AFC North, and mediocrity will not do the trick.

Ford is a solid pass protector with not only an incredible frame, but an incredible quickness, agility and recovery. It’s so hard to beat this guy.

14. Washington Redskins (From Atlanta Falcons): S Deionte Thompson, Alabama

The Washington Redskins send their 15th overall and 77th overall picks to Atlanta to move up one spot and nab safety Deionte Thompson as Washington continues it’s quest to rebuild the Redskins defense entirely out of Alabama defenders. Thompson is the latest acquisition.

With HaHa Clinton-Dix in the secondary right now, the Redskins would love to pair the more athletic, aggressive Thompson in the back end. He has incredible speed and quickness, and reads plays smoothly with ease.

15. Atlanta Falcons (From Washington Redskins): DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson

CHARLOTTE, NC – DECEMBER 01: Christian Wilkins #42 of the Clemson Tigers runs the ball against the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second quarter during their game at Bank of America Stadium on December 1, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

The Falcons took the extra pick in a very deep draft class for very good reason. With a defense that needs a lot of help and defensive talent overload in this class, they can get immediate impact talent deep into the 3rd round.

Wilkins is a physical freak in almost every way. His size and measurables are completely off of the charts. Wilkins will be a very nice addition to the interior of the Falcons defense that needs his help desperately.

16. Cincinnati Bengals (From Carolina Panthers): CB Greedy Williams, LSU

The Bengals traded down, taking a couple extra picks in this draft, and took someone who an immediately help in the secondary, one of their biggest weaknesses last season. Dre Kirkpatrick has not worked out, William Jackson is good, but needs more reliable help.

The Bengals land that help with Greedy Williams, the ball hawking coverage corner from LSU. He has about the same size as Jackson, which will make it difficult for opposing quarterbacks going up against the Bengals.

17. Cleveland Browns: EDGE Clellin Ferrell, Clemson

The Cleveland Browns just hired an offensive mind for a head coach, Freddie Kitchens, who pairs very well with their young franchise star quarterback Baker Mayfield. That being said, that means that they lost their defensive mind in defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who served as the teams interim head coach.

The Browns would love to have someone as explosive as Miles Garrett paired with him to take some of that unnecessary attention away from one of the best defensive ends in the league. Think about the defensive line Cleveland would end up with making this pick. Ferrell would bring that explosiveness and intensity to the opposite side, and Cleveland’s ability to get to the quarterback would become that much more dangerous.

18. Minnesota Vikings: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida

Minnesota’s pitfall last season: They could not protect their quarterback, Kirk Cousins. Enter Jawaan Taylor, arguably the best offensive tackle in this draft.

Taylor isn’t the best pass protector or run blocker in this class, but he is simply the most consistent overall player. He can play both left and right tackle, and be a solid one too. With the Vikings need at left tackle particularly, Taylor could fit that spot perfectly and be exactly what Minnesota needs to get their offense to the next level.

19. Tennessee Titans: TE TJ Hockenson, Iowa

CHAMPAIGN, IL – NOVEMBER 17: Iowa Hawkeyes tight end T.J. Hockenson (38) gets ready to score during a Big Ten Conference football game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Illinois Fighting Illini on November 17, 2018, at Memorial Stadium, Champaign, IL. (Photo by Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

With Nashville hosting the 2019 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans cannot afford to screw this up. Their biggest need is tight end. All-Pro Delanie Walker missed the entire 2018 season with a torn ACL in game one, and it’s hard to come back in form when you are pushing 35.

Enter the most balanced tight end of the NFL Draft. Hockenson offers an incredible run blocking skill, something the Titans lacked while missing Delanie Walker. Not only is he a solid blocker, but Hockenson is a great threat as a receiver, adding the Titans offense another much needed passing weapon. It’s a huge pickup for the Titans, and one that should make Nashville proud.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Byron Murphy, Washington

Like it or not, Steelers fans, y’all need a cornerback. Joe Haden is about to turn the age of the moon, and the Steelers secondary is absolutely pitiful.

Byron Murphy isn’t the biggest corner on the market, but he’s a willing tackler and an excellent man coverage corner. He has the prototype skill set that we all want to see and because of that, he could be used very well in Pittsburgh.

21. Seattle Seahawks: EDGE Jachai Polite, Florida

Seattle has essentially gutted their entire defense and are starting from scratch. While Pete Carroll got the very best from his unit in 2018, it’s going to be hard to sustain the success that Seattle had last year with this unit. DE Frank Clark could really use some help from the opposite end and give the defense a much needed boost.

That’s why the Seahawks should draft Jachai Polite. While the potential of Polite as a three down player is limited, he is absolutely a pass rushing stud. He has everything he needs to be dominant in the NFL as a pass rushing specialist. Seattle could use that very well and therefor, the marriage looks almost imminent.

22. Oakland Raiders (From Baltimore Ravens): EDGE Brian Burns, Florida State

The Oakland Raiders give up the 27th overall pick, the 66th overall pick and a 2020 5th round pick to move up 5 spots with the Baltimore Ravens. The Raiders want to nab Brian Burns, the Florida State edge who is probably the best finesse player in this draft class.

Oakland is completely rebuilding and pass rushing is at the helm of their concerns. Adding both Josh Allen and Brian Burns, who falls in this mock draft due to size concerns, gives Oakland the founding base that they need to provide that pass rush. Pair these two guys with last years 3rd round pick, Arden Key, and this unit might just hit forty sacks next season.

23. Houston Texans: EDGE Zach Allen, Boston College

CHESTNUT HILL, MA – OCTOBER 13: Boston College Eagles defensive end Zach Allen (2) celebrates taking down the running back behind the line of scrimmage. During the Boston College game against Louisville at Alumni Stadium on October 13, 2018 in Chestnut Hill, MA. (Photo by Michael Tureski/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Houston Texans really don’t have any immediate needs, so they nab who they think is the best player available: Zach Allen.

The intriguing aspect of this pick is that Allen reminds me of a Texans great who has mentioned that he might be contemplating retirement in the very near future – JJ Watt. They both have very similar size and skill sets. The major difference is that Watt is a high motor player all of the time, Allen is not. Still, a good pick that could work out very well for Houston.

24. Oakland Raiders (From Chicago Bears): RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

The Marshawn Lynch experiment really didn’t work out for Oakland, so they need to get a replacement running back. Who would be better than Josh Jacobs, the 5’8″ super beast that I know as RB1?

Josh Jacobs still has a fresh body, only touched the ball 400 times at Alabama, and an incredible skill set that makes him a valuable piece in all aspects of a game to an offense. Jacobs is a beast, and Jon Gruden absolutely loves beasts.

25. Philadelphia Eagles: OT David Edwards, Wisconsin

The time is limited in the career of Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters. So limited that the Eagles need to start looking for a good replacement. It’s hard to land a good replacement at 25th overall normally, but this draft class is loaded with offensive tackle talent.

David Edwards is more of a run blocker, but has been good and consistent as a pass protector in limited time with Wisconsin. Considering how the Eagles run game really struggled last season, I think they would like some help at right tackle. The Eagles take Edwards, put him at right tackle, and move Lane Johnson to left tackle. It could end up becoming a great move by Philadelphia.

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26. Indianapolis Colts: S Nasir Adderley, Delaware

The Colts defense was seriously very good last season. However, they need to get someone to play opposite of Malik Hooker. Clayton Geathers did alright, but isn’t going to be a long term option.

So the Colts pull the trigger on a hard hitting, ball hawking safety from Delaware. Yes, Nasib Adderley is the real deal. There were games of his I watched where he made every defensive play. He’s an absolute stud. Extremely athletic and smart, Adderley solidifies the back end of Indianapolis for the next five years… at least!

27. Baltimore Ravens (From Dallas Cowboys through Oakland Raiders): WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

Baltimore needs receiver help badly. It became painfully obvious when the Ravens entered the playoffs and faced the Los Angeles Chargers that they couldn’t play offense against solid secondaries. Lamar Jackson needed more weapons and they weren’t there.

N’Keal Harry isn’t the fastest motherlover entering this draft, nor is he the tallest. But his big frame (6’3″ 230 pounds) and incredible athleticism make him a serious threat as a plug and play football player. The Ravens could use some physicality to accompany the athleticism of Jackson.

28. Los Angeles Chargers: TE Noah Fant, Iowa

The Chargers are in desperate need of tight end help following Hunter Henry missing an entire season with a torn ACL in camp. Antonio Gates was sufficient, but came out of retirement to play one more season. Now, the Chargers need a more consistent threat at tight end.

Noah Fant can be that. He’s not a three down tight end, as he has extreme limitations as a blocker. However, Fant does everything else very, very well. He’s an incredible receiver, fluid in his routes, and has the size to be dominant down the field. It’s a great pickup for the Chargers that could pay huge dividends down the road.

29. Kansas City Chiefs: S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida

Kansas City has a fatal flaw that kills them year after year after year: The secondary is trash. Yes, Eric Berry is very good, but after battling cancer and fighting injuries, Berry is a shell of what he used to be.

Enter Florida safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. This pick-up is very, very good, and can be exactly what the Chiefs need. He’s a solid zone coverage player who is smart, instinctive and reads plays well. An excellent tackler with the athleticism to turn an interception into six points, Garnder-Johnson is an excellent addition.

30. Green Bay Packers (From New Orleans Saints): EDGE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State (N/A)

JACKSONVILLE, FL – DECEMBER 30: Montez Sweat #9 of the Mississippi State Bulldogs in action against the Louisville Cardinals during the TaxSlayer Bowl at EverBank Field on December 30, 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida. The Bulldogs won 31-27. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

The Green Bay Packers had a serious issue last season: The defense was porous. The pass rushing unit is quite lackluster, with EDGE players being the aging Clay Matthews and Kyler Fackrell. It’s not an intimidating sight on paper.

Arguably the highest riser after the senior bowl, Montez Sweat could be a solid replacement in the long term for Clay Matthews. I know that it might be sacrilegious to say that to other Packer’s fans, but Matthews is seriously declining. Sweat has nowhere to go but up and might be the perfect selection.

31. Los Angeles Rams: DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State

There is no way that the Los Angeles Rams will be able to resign Ndamukong Suh, unless by some miracle he decides to take a massive pay cut. That being said, there aren’t many major weaknesses on this Rams team.

Jeffrey Simmons could be the perfect addition for the Rams to use as a long term solution to the interior of their defensive line. He eats blocks well, has the quickness and burst off of the line and can fit the scheme perfectly.

32. Indianapolis Colts (From New England Patriots): WR DK Metcalf, Ole Miss

Indianapolis sends the 34th overall pick and the 90th overall pick to the New England Patriots for the 32nd overall pick. They’re thinking offense now.

One of the biggest problems, especially early in the season, with the Indianapolis Colts in 2018 was the lack of play making receivers. Yes, the Colts have TY Hilton, but he struggled a lot with injuries. Give Andrew Luck another explosive play maker, like DK Metcalf, and this Colts offense is going to be very difficult to stop.

2nd Round (33-42)

33. Arizona Cardinals: WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State
34. New England Patriots (From New York Jets through Indianapolis Colts): EDGE Charles Omenihu, Oklahoma State
35. Oakland Raiders: WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina
36. San Francisco 49ers: LB Devin Bush, Michigan
37. Arizona Cardinals (From New York Giants): TE Irv Smith Jr, Alabama
38. Denver Broncos (From Jacksonville Jaguars): OT Dalton Risner, Kansas State
39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
40. Buffalo Bills: DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
41. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Denver Broncos): WR AJ Brown, Ole Miss
42. Cincinnati Bengals: RB David Montgomery, Iowa State

MORGANTOWN, WV – NOVEMBER 23: Marquise Brown #5 of the Oklahoma Sooners catches and runs for a 45 yard touchdown against the West Virginia Mountaineers on November 23, 2018 at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown, West Virginia. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

The trade updates: The Denver Broncos send their 41st overall to Jacksonville with their 5th round pick to move up 3 spots to 38th overall. They land a left tackle, Dalton Risner, for their new franchise quarterback who wants desperately to play for the Broncos.

The under the radar move here? Cincinnati taking David Montgomery. A 1st round talent, Montgomery is like a new and improved LeSean McCoy. He has the ability to change an offense with his skill set. Brand new Head Coach Zach Taylor knows this, and will want to tool an offense around Montgomery.

Another really good move? The Buccaneers taking Marquise Brown. It’s the perfect replacement for the aging DeSean Jackson. Brown has outstanding speed, incredible athleticism and dynamic hands to make big time catches. Brown will be exactly what Tampa Bay needs to give their offense.

Picks 43-52

43. Detroit Lions: CB Deandre Baker, Georgia
44. Green Bay Packers: IOL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
45. Pittsburgh Steelers (From Atlanta Falcons): CB Amani Oruwariye, Penn State
46. Washington Redskins: WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford
47. Carolina Panthers: S Jonathan Abram, Mississippi State
48. Miami Dolphins: EDGE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion
49. Cleveland Browns: WR Riley Ridley, Georgia
50. Minnesota Vikings: IDL Isaiah Buggs, Alabama
51. Tennessee Titans: IDL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame
52. Atlanta Falcons (From Pittsburgh Steelers): OT Andre Dillard, Washington State

Trade updates: Pittsburgh sends the 52nd overall pick, and a 2020 4th round pick to the Atlanta Falcons for the 45th overall selection.

Pittsburgh takes a second cornerback, and moves up to select him, taking the Penn State product Amani Oruwariye. It gives the Steelers reasonable depth in the secondary and will allow them to combat the AFC’s offensive teams with a very good nickle package of players.

The Redskins acquire a red zone passing weapon in JJ Arcega-Whiteside, and hope to get a quarterback who can use him. Either way, Josh Doctson and Jamison Crowder wasn’t going to cut it for the Redskins so it’s a good pickup.

Cleveland adds Baker Mayfield a stud from Georgia. Pairing Ridley with Mayfield, Jarvis Landry and former college teammate Nick Chubb is the best thing for the Browns offense. Moving Rishard Higgins to the #3 and putting Ridley in the #2, the Browns load Baker Mayfield with incredible depth.

Picks 53-64

53. Philadelphia Eagles: OT Greg Little, Ole Miss
54. Houston Texans (From Seattle Seahawks): TE Kaden Smith, Stanford
55. Houston Texans: CB Julian Love, Notre Dame
56. New England Patriots (From Chicago Bears): QB Will Grier, West Virginia
57. Kansas City Chiefs (From Baltimore Ravens through Philadelphia Eagles): DT Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State
58. Dallas Cowboys: WR DaMarkus Lodge, Ole Miss
59. Indianapolis Colts: LB Te’Von Coney, Notre Dame
60. Los Angeles Chargers: EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan
61. Kansas City Chiefs: CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson
62. New Orleans Saints: WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State
63. Philadelphia Eagles (From Los Angeles Rams through Kansas City Chiefs): S Taylor Rapp, Washington
64. New England Patriots: C Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina State

BRONX, NY – NOVEMBER 17: Notre Dame Fighting Irish cornerback Julian Love (27) during the College Football game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Syracuse Orange on November 17, 2018 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, NY. (Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Trades update: The Kansas City Chiefs send the 63rd overall pick with a 4th round pick in 2020 to the Philadelphia Eagles for the 57th overall pick.

The New England Patriots know that they have at least one more year of Tom Brady, so they go ahead and collect their future in the West Virginia product Will Grier. Grier is my personal QB1, even after a poor senior bowl performance. With his smarts, decent arm strength and accuracy, Grier can be molded into the successor of Brady long term in New England.

The Dallas Cowboys nab their WR2 to play behind Amari Cooper with the selection of DaMarkus Lodge. Lodge was consistent in his role at Ole Miss, and may have benefited from having AJ Brown and DK Metcalf.

Picks 65-74

65. Arizona Cardinals: OT Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
66. Baltimore Ravens (From Oakland Raiders): EDGE Anthony Nelson, Iowa
67. San Francisco 49ers: WR Dillon Mitchell, Oregon
68. New York Jets: RB Damien Harris, Alabama
69. Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Kristain Fulton, LSU
70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: S Jaquan Johnson, Miami
71. New York Giants (Forfeited): {Supplement Draft Pick}: CB Sam Beal, Western Michigan
72. Atlanta Falcons (From Denver Broncos): LB Ben Banogu, TCU
73. Cincinnati Bengals: DT Gerald Willis, Miami
74. New England Patriots (From Detroit Lions): CB Juan Thornhill, Virginia

SANTA CLARA, CA – DECEMBER 31: Josiah Scott #22 of the Michigan State Spartans breaks up the pass to Dillon Mitchell #13 of the Oregon Ducks during the second half of the Redbox Bowl at Levi’s Stadium on December 31, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Trade Updates: Denver sends the 72nd overall pick to the Atlanta Falcons for the 80th overall and a 6th round pick.


Picks 75-84

75. Buffalo Bills: WR Anthony Johnson, Buffalo
76. Green Bay Packers: TE Caleb Wilson, UCLA
77. Atlanta Falcons (From Washington Redskins): EDGE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
78. Cincinnati Bengals (From Carolina Panthers): S Lukas Denis, Boston College
79. Miami Dolphins: CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple
80. Denver Broncos (From Atlanta Falcons): LB Cameron Smith, USC
81. Cleveland Browns: LB D’Andre Walker, Georgia
82. Minnesota Vikings: CB Saivion Smith, Alabama
83. Tennessee Titans: DE Austin Bryant, Clemson
84. Pittsburgh Steelers: 
WR Preston Williams, Colorado State

PASADENA, CA – NOVEMBER 24: Bobby Okereke #20 and Malik Antoine #3 of the Stanford Cardinal chase Caleb Wilson #81 of the UCLA Bruins on this 66 yard pass play during the second half of a game at the Rose Bowl on November 24, 2018 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)


Picks 85-92

85. Los Angeles Chargers (From Seattle Seahawks): RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis
86. Baltimore Ravens: CB Kris Boyd, Texas
87. Houston Texans: LB Vosean Joseph, Florida
88. Chicago Bears: TE Dax Raymond, Utah State
89. Detroit Lions (From Philadelphia Eagles): LB TJ Edwards, Wisconsin
90. New England Patriots (From Indianapolis Colts): LB Christian Miller, Alabama
91. Dallas Cowboys: QB Daniel Jones, Duke
92. Seattle Seahawks (From Los Angeles Chargers): G Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin

AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 15: Texas Longhorns DB Kris Boyd gets ready for a play during the Texas Longhorns 37 -14 win over the USC Trojans on September 15, 2018, at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. (Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Updated Trades: Chargers trade up from 92nd overall to 85th. They give up the 92nd pick and a 6th round pick to move up 7 spots.

Picks 93-96

93. Kansas City Chiefs: LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke
94. New York Jets (From New Orleans Saints):
RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma 
95. Jacksonville Jaguars (From Los Angeles Rams):
TE Foster Moreau, LSU 
96. Cleveland Browns (From New England Patriots): 
CB Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State

COLLEGE STATION, TX – NOVEMBER 24: LSU Tigers tight end Foster Moreau (18) runs the ball during the game between the LSU Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies on November 24, 2018 at Kyle Field in College Station, TX. (Photo by Daniel Dunn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)


Compensatory Picks (Projected)

97. {Compensatory Pick} Minnesota Vikings: LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington
98. {Compensatory Pick} New England Patriots:
S Marvin Tell III, USC
99. {Compensatory Pick} New England Patriots:
RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia
100. {Compensatory Pick} Washington Redskins:
QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
101. {Compensatory Pick} Los Angeles Rams:
C Ross Peirschbacher, Alabama
102. {Compensatory Pick} Los Angeles Rams:
CB Michael Jackson, Miami
103. {Compensatory Pick} Carolina Panthers:
 WR Andy Isabella, UMass

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JANUARY 01: Elijah Holyfield #13 of the Georgia Bulldogs leaps over Brandon Jones #19 of the Texas Longhorns during the second half of the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 01, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)



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