Draft Order NFL: 2019 NFL Draft Order Round 2: 33. Arizona Cardinals: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington, 34. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets): Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple, 35. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Oakland Raiders): Jawaan Taylor, RT, Florida, 36. San Francisco 49ers: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina, 37. Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants): Greg Little, LT, Ole Miss, 38. Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville Jaguars): Cody Ford, RT, Oklahoma, 39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan, 40. Oakland Raiders (from Buffalo Bills): , 41. Denver Broncos: Dalton Risner, C, Kansas State, 42. Denver Broncos (from Cincinnati Bengals): Drew Lock, QB, Missouri, 43. Detroit Lions: Jahlani Taivai, 3-4 MLB, Hawaii, 44. Green Bay Packers: Elgton Jenkins, RG, Mississippi State, 45. New England Patriots (from Atlanta Falcons): JoeJuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt, 46. Cleveland Browns (from Washington Redskins): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU, 47. Seattle Seahawks (from Carolina Panthers): Marquise Blair, FS, Utah, 48. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins): Eric McCoy, C, Texs A&M, 49. Indianapolis Colts (from Cleveland Browns): Ben Banogu, RE, TCU, 50. Minnesota Vikings: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama, 51. Tennessee Titans: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss, 52. Cincinnati Bengals (from Pittsburgh Steelers): Drew Sample, TE, Washington, 53. Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens): Miles Sanders, RB, Pen State, 54. Houston Texans (from Seattle Seahawks): Lonnie Johnson Jr., CB, Kentucky, 55. Houston Texans: Max Scharping, RT, Northern Illinois, 56. Kansas City Chiefs (from Chicago Bears): Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia, 57. Philadelphia Eagles: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford, 58. Dallas Cowboys: Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida, 59. Indianapolis Colts: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State, 60. Los Angeles Chargers: Nasir Adderley, FS, Delaware, 61. Los Angeles Rams (from Kansas City Chiefs): Taylor Rapp, FS, Washington, 62. Arizona Cardinals (from New Orleans Saints): Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts, 63. Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams): Juan Thornhill, SS, Virginia, 64. Seattle Seahawks (from New England Patriots): D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss, Round 1: 1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma, 2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, RE, Ohio State, 3. New York Jets: Quinnen Williams, NT, Alabama, 4. Oakland Raiders: Clelin Ferrell, RE, Clemson, 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White, 3-4 MLB, LSU, 6. New York Giants: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke, 7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Allen, LOLB, Kentucky, 8. Detroit Lions: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa, 9. Buffalo Bills: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston, 10. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Denver Broncos): Devin Bush, 3-4 MLB, Michigan, 11. Cincinnati Bengals: Jonah Williams, RT, Alabama, 12. Green Bay Packers: Rashan Gary, 3-4 RE, Michigan, 13. Miami Dolphins: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson, 14. Atlanta Falcons: Chris Lindstrom, RG, Boston College, 15. Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State, 16. Carolina Panthers: Brian Burns, RE, Florida State, 17. New York Giants (from Cleveland Browns): Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson, 18. Minnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State, 19. Tennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, NT, Tennessee State, 20. Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh Steelers): Noah Fant, TE, Iowa, 21. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle Seahawks): Darnell Savage, S, Maryland, 22. Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens): Andre Dillard, LT, Washington State, 23. Houston Texans: Tytus Howard, LT, Alabama State, 24. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears): Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama, 25. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles): Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma, 26. Washington Redskins (from Indianapolis Colts): Montez Sweat, 3-4 LOLB, Mississippi State, 27. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys): Jonathan Abram, SS, Mississippi State, 28. Los Angeles Chargers: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame, 29. Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City Chiefs): L.J. Collier, LE, TCU, 30. New York Giants (from New Orleans Saints): DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia, 31. Atlanta Falcons (from Los Angeles Rams): Kaleb McGary, RT, Washington, 32. New England Patriots: N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

2019 NFL Draft Results

Round 2

Greedy Williams somehow made it to day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft. Whoever gets Greedy is getting a huge steal.

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  1. Arizona Cardinals: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington A+ Grade

    Arizona grabs a cornerback to be a nickel cornerback next to field cornerback Patrick Peterson and boundary cornerback Robert Alford. The 5-11 190 lb Byron Murphy had 13 deflections from pass breakups and 4 interceptions in 2018. Murphy also held N'Keal Harry the top receiver in this draft to 5 receptions for 20 receiving yards versus Washington. Murphy did better in positional drills then Greedy Williams at the 2019 NFL Combine despite not having the speed that Williams had.

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  2. Indianapolis Colts: Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple A Grade

    The 5-11 189 lb Rock Ya-Sin did well versus Buffalo wide receiver Anthony Johnson on tape which is why I moved him ahead of Anthony Johnson in this latest mock. Rock Ya-Sin had 36 solo tackles, 11 assisted tackles, 47 total tackles, 12 deflections from pass breakups, and 2 interceptions in 2018.

    Rock Ya-Sin did well versus Buffalo wide receiver Anthony Johnson, who I love on tape. Rock Ya-Sin is now a top 40 player in this class after watching him dominate versus Buffalo. Indianapolis gets Rock Ya-Sin to compliment Kenny Moore and Quincy Wilson.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, RT, Florida A Grade

    Jacksonville was going to take Jawaan Taylor at 7 if Josh Allen wasn't there. Jacksonville gets Josh Allen and the guy they wanted at 7 to start the second round.

    Jawaan Taylor entered Florida at 6-5 350 lbs. He's down to 328 lbs. Taylor did well on tape versus Josh Allen. I can see why other experts have a first round grade on him.

    Here is some tape of Jawaan Taylor versus Kentucky. You can look at Florida's entire offensive line in this film cut by the way.

  4. San Francisco 49ers: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina A Grade

    I intially did not have Deebo Samuel as high on my rankings, but he dominated during the 2019 Senior bowl. The 5-11 216 lb Deebo Samuel can come in right away to play slot receiver for the San Francisco 49ers complimenting Pierre Garcon and Dante Pettis.

    With Deebo Samuel playing in the slot, Jimmy Garoppolo will finally have a variety of weapons that will help him get to a wild card.

    Deebo Samuel put on a clinic against Clemson. Here is the film cut to prove it.

  5. Carolina Panthers: Greg Little, LT, Ole Miss A- Grade

    Carolina gets the top left tackle. They need offensive line help everywhere and I got Dalton Risner graded higher. They also gave Seattle their second and third round picks to move up for Greg Little which is why this is an A- grade.

    The 6-6 311 lb Greg Little dominated as a right tackle in High School. He's struggled as a left tackle at Ole Miss though. Here is the film cut if you don't believe me.

  6. Buffalo Bills: Cody Ford, RT, Oklahoma B Grade

    Buffalo gets a right tackle to compliment Dion Dawkins as a bookend. The 6-4 338 lb Ford had 7 starts at left guard before moving to right tackle in 2018. I've seen Ford mocked as early as the first or second round, but he's versatile enough to play right tackle, left guard, or right guard.

    Here is a brand new video of Kyler Murray versus Kansas. Cody Ford blocked for Kyler Murray at Oklahoma so take a look at this video and tell me how you think Ford performed at right tackle versus Kansas in the comments section below.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan D Grade

    I like Xavier Crawford better then Sean Bunting. Bunting has built some momentum, but this is a huge reach and the fact that Bunting has built momentum is the only reason this is getting a D grade.

  8. Oakland Raiders: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson A Grade

    The 6-1 195 lb Trayvon Mullen only had 3 deflections from pass breakups and 1 interception in 2018. However his man coverage, zone coverage, and press coverage is strong, but not very strong due to his stiff hips. Trayvon Mullen compliments Gareon Conley very well in Oakland.

    Here is tape of Trayvon Mullen versus Boston College. He has first round talent despite what his stats say.

  9. Denver Broncos: Dalton Risner, C, Kansas State A+ Grade

    Denver has Garrett Bolles and Ju'Wuan James as their offensive tackles. Dalton Risner will be a center for Denver.

    Dalton Risner looked good versus Montez Sweat both on tape and during the 2019 Senior Bowl game. Huge steal for Denver who can use him as a center.

  10. Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri A+ Grade

    The Denver Broncos have Joe Flacco. They also got rid of Case Keenum which tells me they are looking at a quarterback like Drew Lock at 42 who continues to ace the draft process.

    My gut told me they'd get Joe Flacco, and my gut was right so now they got Flacco and Keenum. They could trade Keenum and draft Lock. Denver could also keep both quarterbacks and sit Lock out in 2019. Finally, Denver could also keep both quarterbacks and not draft a quarterback at 10 and instead decide to wait until 2020 for a quarterback in a much stronger draft class. For now, I'm keeping Lock in at 10 unless keeps both quarterbacks and Lock somehow screws up part of the draft process leading up to April's draft.

    Drew Lock had 3,339 passing yard, 23 passing touchdowns, and 10 interceptions in 2016. Lock improved on that with 3,964 passing yards, 44 passing touchdowns, and 13 interceptions in 2017. Drew Lock is the most durable quarterback in this class and makes a lot of sense for Miami at 4. Lock had 289 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions in Missouri's opener for 2018. Drew Lock finished the year with 3,498 passing yards, 28 passing touchdowns, and 8 interceptions.

    Brett Rypien is the only quarterback that can read up to six progressions and he has a noodle for an arm unlike Lock who knows how to fire it deep. The 6-3 223 lb Drew Lock does have good footwork for a quarterback. I did a film session on Drew Lock a while ago. You can check it out. It's pretty lengthy with two games and around 35 minutes long. It's also got a SWOT report and SEA report on Lock.

  11. Detroit Lions: Jahlani Taivai, 3-4 MLB, Hawaii Millen Grade

    This is a reach. Taivai warrants a Millen grade.

  12. Green Bay Packers: Elgton Jenkins, RG, Mississippi State A Grade

    The 6-4 314 lb Elgton Jenkins has the versatility to play left tackle, left guard, center, right guard, or right tackle. He's a two-year starter at center, and now my top center in the 2019 NFL Draft. Green Bay needs a right guard so they draft Rankin as one.

    Jenkins dominated in Mobile. Jenkins can maintain blocks for 5-7 seconds as a constant blocker on tape.

  13. New England Patriots: JoeJuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt A+ Grade

    The 6-3 208 lb JoeJuan Williams had 48 solo tackles, 13 assisted tackles, 61 total tackles, 13 deflections from pass breakups, 4 interceptions, and 2 tackles for a loss in 2018. JoeJuan Williams looked like a second round cornerback when I watched his tape.

    Here is some tape of JoeJuan Williams versus Ole Miss. A.J. Brown had a huge game versus Vanderbilt, but most of his big plays came away from JoeJuan Williams who also had the game-winning deflection for Vanderbilt by breaking up a pass intended for DaMarkus Lodge.

  14. Cleveland Browns: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU A+ Grade

    Cleveland gets a cornerback next to Denzel Ward. Greedy Williams may be the best cornerback to enter the draft since Darrelle Revis. He is a way better prospect then Denzel Ward who went in the top 4 of the 2018 NFL Draft despite how Mr. Move The Sticks Feels because I see a complete corner that does all on tape. His poor tackling and off the field concerns caused Greedy Williams to fall to Cleveland.

    Greedy Williams ran a 4.37-40-time at the 2019 NFL Combine and then topped that with a 4.36-40-time at LSU's Pro Day. Cleveland was smart to trade up for Greedy Williams.

    The 6-2 182 lb Greedy Williams had 26 solo tackles, 12 assisted tackles, 38 total tackles, 11 deflections from pass breakups, and 6 interceptions in 2017. He had a strong season as a freshman redshirt. Williams had 23 solo tackles, 10 assisted tackles, 9 deflections form pass breakups, and 2 interceptions in 2018. Williams only allowed one touchdown all season versus Alabama. Greedy was that stout in man, zone, and press coverage.

    Greedy Williams looked great versus Miami FL and Georgia in 2018. Quintin Lash posted tape of Greedy Williams versus Georgia. Go ahead and check out this film session and give Quintin a follow.

  15. Seattle Seahawks: Marquise Blair, FS, Utah F Grade

    Seattle has only drafted two players, but got F grades with both picks. The pancake eating motherfucker in Draft Day could do better then John Schneider.

  16. New Orleans Saints: Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M A+ Grade

    New Orleans gets an immediate replacement to Max Unger at 48. Erik McCoy can play center or guard and he is someone who I could see being a Pro Bowl center.

  17. Indianapolis Colts: Ben Banogu, RE, TCU D Grade

    Indianapolis reaches on another 4-3 defensive end for depth. That's why this pick is a D grade.

  18. Minnesota Vikings: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama A+ Grade

    Even though Irv Smith Jr. may not have the most consistent receiving, his tape against Santos Ramirez stands out. The media is overhyping him due to the success of Alabama tight ends. Finally, the tight end tandem of Kyle Rudolph and Irv Smith Jr. gives Minnesota two tight ends as well as two receivers to gameplan against.

  19. Tennessee Titans: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss A Grade

    The 6-1 225 lb A.J. Brown is talented with 75 receptions, 1,252 receiving yards, and 11 receiving touchdowns in 2017. All of his good tape came against teams with mediocre corners. N'Keal Harry, Dillon Mitchell, and Anthony Johnson did well versus NFL corners. Johnson can run 30 different routes and Harry dropped fewer passes then any receiver I watched so far. A.J. Brown struggled versus Trevon Diggs and Greedy Williams in 2018, but he ran a 4.49 40-time at the 2019 NFL COmbine.

    A.J. Brown may not even be the best receiver on his own team. D.K. Metcalf is projected to run a better 40-time. Brown had better production then Metcalf with 85 receptions, 1,320 receiving yards, and 6 receiving touchdowns in 2018.

    Here is tape of A.J. Brown versus Alabama. You can tell he doesn't separate himself like Harry, Mitchell, Samuel, or Johnson does just by watching the tape.

  20. Cincinnati Bengals: Drew Sample, TE, Washington F Grade

    Cincinnati reaches for a tight end. This pick gets an F grade.

  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State B- Grade

    The 5-11 215 lb Miles Sanders had 220 carries, 1,274 rushing yards, and 9 rushing touchdowns. Miles Sanders can start out as a backup to Jordan Howard.

  22. Houston Texans: Lonnie Johnson Jr., CB/S, Kentucky C- Grade

    Lonnie Johnson Jr. is a cornerback/safety. He's a huge reach here which is why Houston got a C- grade.

  23. Houston Texans: Max Scharping, RT, Northern Illinois A+ Grade

    The 6-6 320 lb Max Scharping got the best of Khalil Hodge in the MAC Championship game. The four year starter has an exceptional football IQ along with versatility to play both left tackle and right tackle. He only allowed one sack in the past three seasons versus Iowa in 2018. Scharping held his own versus teams like Boston College, Florida State, Ball State, Buffalo, and Central Michigan. Brian Burns who I mocked to Tennessee at 19 had problems versus Scharping which is my main reason for giving Scharping a first round grade despite the fact that most people have a day 2 grade on him.

    Max Scharping has the pass blocking, run blocking, and zone blocking down. you want to see him improve his cut blocking, pull blocking, and reach blocking. His leg drive is also inconsisent so that may be why some people have a third round grade on Scharping.

    I really wish there were more film cuts for Max Scharping. Here is Northern Illinois offensive line versus Utah. His tape versus Utah and Iowa in 2018 was lackluster for a left tackle, but the Houston Texans get a great offensive tackle for depth here.

  24. Kansas City Chiefs: Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia D Grade

    Mecole Hardman is a great route runner. He is awful compared to the other 7 or 8 receivers Kansas City could have traded up for.

  25. Philadelphia Eagles: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford B Grade

    The 6-3 225 lb J.J. Arcega-Whiteside had 63 receptions, 1,059 receiving yards, and 14 receiving touchdowns in 2018. He caught a touchdown in the red zone by fighting off great man coverage by Notre Dame cornerback Julian Love. He only had 5 receptions, 30 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown versus Love, but his tape versus Notre Dame is better then his stats indicate.

  26. Dallas Cowboys: Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida B Grade

    The Dallas Cowboys get their defensive tackle. The 6-3 308 lb Trysten Hill ran a 5.04 40-time with 28 reps on the bench press. He also has massive hands.

  27. Indianapolis Colts: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State A- Grade

    Indianapolis gets a wide receiver to make things easier for their quarterback. Parris Campbell balled out versus Michigan and did well enough at the 2019 NFL Combine to jump from being a fourth round pick to a second round pick. He's dependant on screen passes and streak routes so this gets an A- grade.

  28. Los Angeles Chargers: Nasir Adderley, FS, Delaware A+ Grade

    The 5-11 195 lb Nasir Adderley can play strong safety, free safety, or nickel cornerback with his versatility. His man coverage and press coverage is awful, but his center fielder ability in zone coverage is on an Ed Reed level. This is the biggest reason Adderley is getting hyped up by the mainstream media.

    Check out this Voch Lombardi film session on Nasir Adderley. One thing I noticed in Voch Lombardi's film session is that he blitzes like Polamalu and covers like Ed Reed in zone coverage. He will line up as a third outside linebacker or an edge rusher when he blitzes as an eighth man in the box. I may move Adderley up in my next mock draft because he has the intiative and back bone to confront an offensive lineman and push him by getting in his face. He plays on special teams too as a kick returner and a punt returner as well. After dominating Delaware's Pro Day, he's now my top ranked safety in the 2019 NFL Draft.

  29. Los Angeles Rams: Taylor Rapp, FS, Washington D Grade

    Taylor Rapp has a great attitude. He takes horrible angles on tape.

  30. Arizona Cardinals: Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts B- Grade

    Arizona gets a wide receiver to compliment Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk. Andy Isabella is another tiny slot receiver with ideal speed that fits into Carolina's crew of wide receivers if they believe Moore can take that next step in 2019. Isabella had a good 2019 Senior Bowl week and ran a 4.31 40-time despite his size so he's a steal for Arizona at this point.

  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Juan Thornhill, SS, Virginia A Grade

    Juan Thornhill had a good Senior Bowl and had the best NFL Combine of all the safeties in the class. Kansas City has Juan Thornhill at strong safety and Tyrann Mathieu at free safety with Daniel Sorenson as a safety for depth.

    Juan Thornhill had 62 solo tackles, 36 assisted tackles, 98 total tackles, 7 deflections from pass breakups, and 6 interceptions in 2018. Thornhill is one of the best safeties in this draft. Here is Thornhill's tape versus Miami FL.

  32. Seattle Seahawks: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss A+ Grade

    Seattle has Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett. D.K. Metcalf is raw, but has the upside to be Seattle's number one target for Russell Wilson down the line if he manages to stay healthy and improve.

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