2019 NFL MOCK DRAFT
The 2019 NFL Mock Draft at College Football Today has been updated as some notable NFL trades have taken place. Quarterback Joe Flacco has been reportedly dealt for unknown compensation to the Denver Broncos, as John Elway realized that the highly touted 2019 NFL Draft QB out of Missouri could be out of reach. John Elway picked up the phone and called his friend Ozzie Newsome and realized that Eric Decosta had taken over, who he still found a way to finagle a deal for the former Super Bowl Champion and South Jersey native Joe Flacco. This takes the need to draft a Quarterback away in the 2019 NFL Draft, which caused a stir up in our College Football Today 2019 1st Round NFL Mock Draft. That being said, I think John Elway will draft a younger Quarterback in the 2nd or 3rd round of the NFL Draft, after he has fully evaluated the likes of FCS Super Hero - Duck Tales aka Devlin Hodges.
JOE FLACCO TRADE BRONCOS
The Joe Flacco trade to the Broncos could have moved the Broncos out of the first round for drafting a Quarterback. Even though reports still have Denver drafting a Quarterback, I believe John Elway evaluated quarterbacks who are projected to go further down in the draft like Devlin Hodges and even D2 QB Amir Hall, who are truly Elite NFL Draft QB prospects. This caused a ripple effect in our 2019 NFL Draft board and to be honest, Kyler Murray still makes sense for the Broncos at number ten if he is still available. I do not think Elway believes he will be able to land Drew Lock in the 2019 NFL Draft and Joe Flacco can now be leased on a year to year basis per his contact.
ARIZONA CARDINALS NFL DRAFT
The Arizona Cardinals have the first pick of the 2019 NFL Draft and could go in a variety of directions with the hiring of former Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury now at the helm.
#1 Arizona Cardinals - Everyone is saying that Nick Bosa will be the number one player taken in the 2019 NFL Draft and that very well could be, as he is a prolific pass rusher who had 17.5 sacks in his entire career at Ohio State. When compared to the likes of Jaylon Ferguson's 45 sacks in his career and his bigger frame, you start to wonder how the next few months will pan out. With the Cardinals also in need of Offensive Linemen, we could see the Cardinals go in many directions with the first overall pick. That being said, Coach Kingsbury is very fond of Heisman Trophy winning QB Kyler Murray and could surprise us all in the 2019 NFL Draft, which require a trade of Josh Rosen for a stockpile of 2019 NFL Draft picks.
#2 San Francisco 49ers - DT Quinnen Williams - Alabama
#3 New York Jets - OT Jawaan Taylor - Florida Gators
#4 Oakland Raiders - DE/OLB Josh Allen - Kentucky
#5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - LB Devin White - LSU (Best available pick and need)
#6 New York Giants - QB Drew Lock - Missouri
#7 Jacksonville Jaguars - QB Dwayne Haskins (Until Nick Foles Trade Finalized)
#8 Detroit Lions - DL Rashan Gary - Michigan
#9 Buffalo Bills - OT Cody Ford - Oklahoma
#10 Denver Broncos - OT Greg Little - Ole Miss
#11 Cincinnati Bengals - CB 'Greedy' Williams - LSU
#12 Green Bay Packers - DE Montez Sweat - Miss State
#13 Miami Dolphins - QB Kyler Murray - Oklahoma
#14 Atlanta Falcons - DT Christian Wilkins - Clemson
#15 Washington Redskins - QB Daniel Jones - Duke - Could possibly trade up
#16 Carolina Panthers - OT Jonah Williams - Alabama
#17 Cleveland Browns - DT Ed Oliver - Houston
#18 Minnesota Viking - DT Jeffrey Wilkins - Miss St
#19 Tennessee Titans - DE Clelin Ferrell - Clemson
#20 Pittsburgh Steelers - WR Marquise Brown - Oklahoma
#21 Seattle Seahawks - CB Byron Murphy - Washington
#22 Baltimore Ravens - WR N'Keal Harry - Arizona State
#23 Houston Texans - OT Andre Dillard - Washington State
#24 Oakland Raiders - RB Josh Jacobs - Alabama
#25 Philadelphia Eagles - DE Jaylon Ferguson - LA Tech
#26 Indianapolis Colts - DB D'Andre Baker - Georgia
#27 Oakland Raiders - S Nasir Adderly - Delaware
#28 Los Angeles Chargers - LB Ben Burr-Kirven - Washington
#29 Kansas City Chiefs - CB Trevon Diggs - Alabama
#30 Green Bay Packers - DE Zack Allen - Boston College
#31 Los Angeles Rams - LB Devin Bush Jr - Michigan
#32 New England Patriots - WR Andy Isabella - UMASS
Our second round NFL Mock Draft will be completed this weekend at College Football Today.
2ND ROUND NFL MOCK DRAFT 2019
2nd Round NFL Mock Draft 2019 at College Football Today will be completed this weekend and we will be adding rounds 3-7 in the coming weeks.
33 Arizona - OT Yodny Cajuste - West Virginia
2019 NFL DRAFT QB PROSPECTS
2019 NFL Draft QB prospects are ranked 1-8 at this time at College Football Today by Coach Trout.
If I were to rank the 2019 NFL Draft QB prospects it would be unfair to us, as this is not where our list would be drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft. But, I am going to rank them anyways as if I were a NFL GM heading into the 2019 NFL Draft and try and find my Baker Mayfield below.
1. Kyler Murray - Most productive player in College Football and is very mobile in the pocket with a great throwing motion to get the ball out quickly in the NFL.
2. Drew Lock - Once again, a very active Quarterback who can get the ball out quickly with a lot of zip. Elway thinks very highly of Drew Lock and has even been out to watch a game in person at Mizzou.
3. Daniel Jones - Looked very refined in the Senior Bowl and could prove to be a big time NFL QB. Whispers around the league say that the Redskins are very fond of this young man's talent.
4. Devlin Hodges - FCS Quarterback and Walter Payton Award winner after breaking Steve McNair's All-Time FCS Passing record. Really reminds me of the next Drew Brees with the way he gets the ball out of his hand and on time.
5. Dwayne Haskins - Many are very high on Dwayne Haskins and so am I, I just do not think he proved he could push the ball downfield effectively enough in his time at Ohio State. He had a magnificent Urban Meyer manufactured scheme and weapons galore to deliver the football to. He did a great job all year long at getting the ball into the playmakers hands at Ohio State, but the NFL is a different ball game when it comes to opposing defenses.
6. Jarrett Stidham - Watched Stidham at the 2019 Senior Bowl and he won the Quarterback of the week, which was voted on by the NFL scouts and coaches in attendance. He did not have a spectacular senior season, but was under constant duress in the pocket all year long at Auburn.
7. Will Grier - One of my favorite FBS quarterbacks to watch this year, but struggled at times to deliver in the clutch this season at WVU. Threw the ball as expected at the 2019 Senior Bowl and has uncanny arm strength to deliver the ball deep down field, as needed in the NFL.
8. Ryan Finley (NC State) - Has a very smooth delivery and plays the part of a NFL Quarterback very well, as he has great overall technique and footwork in the pocket.
ATLANTA LEGENDS ROSTER
The Atlanta Legends Roster features former UGA Quarterback Aaron Murray and former Tennessee Quarterback Matt Simms! Also, University of Michigan super star Denard Robinson is in the backfield for the 2019 AAF Atlanta Legends! Atlanta lost their opener the Orlando Apollos by a score of 40-6 and look to bounce back in AAF week two in San Diego.
6 Peter Pujals QB 6-2 210 LBS Holy Cross
4 Matt Simms QB 6-3 209 LBS Tennessee
11 Aaron Murray QB 6-1 201 LBS Georgia
26 Tarean Folston RB 5-10 209 LBS Notre Dame
27 Akrum Wadley RB 5-10 194 LBS Iowa
24 Lawrence Pittman RB 6-0 224 LBS Wingate
25 Denard Robinson RB 6-0 212 LBS Michigan
10 Justin Thomas WR 5-11 189 LBS Georgia Tech
15 Seantavius Jones WR 6-4 216 LBS Valdosta State
17 James Quick WR 6-0 166 LBS Louisville
14 Malachi Jones WR 6-2 205 LBS Appalachian State
82 Ervin Philips WR 5-11 179 LBS Syracuse
13 Montay Crockett WR 5-11 189 LBS Georgia Southern
84 Bug Howard WR 6-5 228 LBS North Carolina
89 Keith Towbridge TE 6-4 261 LBS Louisville
80 Charles Standberry Jr. TE 6-3 243 LBS Louisville
83 Jake Sutherland TE 6-5 261 LBS Morehead State
64 Freddie Burden OG 6-4 307 LBS Georgia Tech
65 Avery Gennesy OL 6-3 317 LBS Texas A&M
62 Matthew Schmidt OL 6-2 300 LBS Furman
60 Trae Moxley OL 6-6 324 LBS Colorado State
76 Tyshon Henderson OT 6-7 342 LBS Clark-Atlanta
70 John Kling, IV OT 6-8 323 LBS Buffalo
77 Brandon Pertile OT 6-6 322 LBS Virginia
75 Chase Farris OT 6-5 310 LBS Ohio State
91 J.T. Jones DE 6-2 247 LBS Miami (OH)
94 Tavaris Barnes DE 6-4 283 LBS Clemson
95 David Dean DT 6-2 302 LBS Virginia
99 Bijhon Jackson DT 6-2 314 LBS Arkansas
90 Tracy Sprinkle DT 6-3 291 LBS Ohio State
93 T.J. Barnes DL 6-6 379 LBS Georgia Tech
55 Ro'Derrick Hoskins LB 6-3 239 LBS Florida State
58 Brandon Watts LB 6-3 272 LBS Georgia Tech
92 KeShun Freeman LB 6-3 260 LBS Georgia Tech
52 Khalil Bass LB 6-0 228 LBS Portland State
54 Dylan Donahue LB 6-3 247 LBS West Georgia
56 Tyriq McCord LB 6-3 247 LBS Miami
50 Jeff Luc LB 6-1 263 LBS Cincinnati
51 Totauhelotu Lotulelei LB 6-0 234 LBS Nevada-Las Vegas
21 Doran Grant DB 5-11 199 LBS Ohio State
23 Desmond Lawrence DB 6-0 184 LBS North Carolina
22 Dwayne Hollis DB 5-9 184 LBS North Carolina Wesleyan
31 Ed Reynolds DB 6-1 206 LBS Stanford
29 Damian Swann DB 6-0 176 LBS Georgia
20 Carlos Merritt DB 6-0 185 LBS Campbell
33 Donatello Brown DB 6-0 189 LBS Valdosta State
41 Corey Griffin DB 6-2 200 LBS Georgia Tech
32 Tyson Graham, Jr. DB 6-2 217 LBS South Dakota
9 Cameron Nizialek P 6-2 209 LBS Columbia
44 Jeff Overbaugh LS 6-2 234 LBS San Diego State
7 Younghoe Koo K 5-10 182 LBS Georgia Southern
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