2019 NFL Mock Draft (Morales-Smith) – 3 QBs in the Top 7!?

A warm welcome to Fantasy Football Expert Mark Morales-Smith with his 2019 NFL Mock Draft! Let's get to know this year's incoming class of draft talent!

1. ARIQB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

Kliff Kingsbury’s desire to reunite with Murray is either the worst kept secret in the NFL or a genius ploy to increase the value of this pick. Murray will be picked first. Probably by the Cards.

2. SFDE Nick Bosa, Ohio St

Bosa was the consensus top player in this draft heading into the season. His talent and the success of his brother Joey with the Chargers is enough for him to hold his spot as the top non-QB drafted.

3. NYJDE Josh Allen, Kentucky

After making an off-season splash with Leveon Bell and drafting their franchise QB last year, the Jets will undoubtedly address the other side of the ball in this defense heavy draft. They need help getting to the passer and that’s what they’ll get in Allen.

4. OAKDL Rashan Gary, Michigan

Oakland is another team that made huge moves on offense but their defense needs help on the front lines. Gary will go a long way in bolstering their line, although he lacks technique and is overflowing with athletic ability.

5. MIAQB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St

The Dolphins need a QB and have since Dan Marino retired. They will move up here and hope they’ve found their guy on who many believe is the best QB in this draft. Haskins will have growing pains as he learns to see the whole field and move through progressions.

6. NYGDL Quinnen Williams, Alabama

The Giants are going with a lineman here, it’s just a matter of which side of the ball. Williams is just too talented to pass up on here sitting in the six spot. The Giants need to get back to their bread and butter in years past which was a powerful pass rush.

7. WASQB Drew Lock, Missouri

Washington has traded up before for a QB and it proved to be a mistake. History repeats itself. Lock is anything but a lock when advancing to pro ball. He throws an inconsistent, inaccurate ball with a noticeable inability to feel pocket pressure.

8. DETCB Greedy Williams, LSU

Williams probably shouldn’t still be sitting here. The Lions will gladly add the best player on the board here. Williams’ slight frame is more than made up by his super glue man press coverage.

9. BUFWR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

Buffalo has not been able to find a stud receiver in a very long time. They will leave this draft with a great WR still eluding them.

10. DENLB Devin White, LSU

The true linebacker has been devalued similar to what we’ve seen with running backs in years past. That’s why these LBs hold such great value from Round 1 and even heading into Day 3.

11. CINOL Jawaan Taylor, Florida

Taylor is one of the best players in this draft and the top O-lineman. Cincy will be thrilled if he’s sitting there when they’re on the clock.

12. GBDE Montez Sweat, Miss St

The Packers have purged their top pass rushers and need help in that department. Many believe Sweat is one of the five best players in this draft. He could be a steal here.

13. TBDL Christian Wilkins, Clemson

The Bucs will trade back and still get a stud on their line. This worked out great for Tampa.

14. ATLDL Ed Oliver, Houston

Atlanta needs help at DT and Oliver is a stud. The Houston alum could be as good as any tackle in this draft.

15. JAXTE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

The Jags have A glaring hole and it’s their passing attack. They seem to be content with Nick Foles at QB so they either have to give him weapons or protect him. The weapons are more of a need here and they will snag the top TE.

16. CARLB Devin Bush, Michigan

Bush is another high-value pick and fills a need for the Panthers. Panthers fans will be happy with this pick.

17. NYGQB Daniel Jones, Duke

For whatever reason the Giants are still waiting for Eli to turn the clock back. But it’s time. The team will finally take the first serious step in moving on from the Manning era. Something the rest of the league has already done.

18. MINOL Jonah Williams, Alabama

The Vikings’ line took a big step back last year. Williams will help them take a big step forward.

19. TENDE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

Mocks and scouts have Ferrell all over A the map. I’m right in the middle. I can see the potential and the concerns but he will fill a much needed void for the Titans.

20. PITDE Brian Burns, Florida St

Pitt needs help all over their defense but that D has always been driven by the 3-4 pass rush. The Steelers will roll with Burns rather than add a corner.

21. SEAS Nasir Adderley, Delaware

Seattle has lost some pretty good safeties over the past few seasons. They will grab the top safety in an effort to rebuild a once great secondary which is now unrecognizable from their glory days.

22. BALWR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma

The Ravens WR corps is atrocious and they’ve never had any luck drafting wideouts. However, they have to at least try to get Jackson some help. They can’t just run on every play.

23. HOUCB Byron Murphy, Washington

After taking a hit at corner this offseason the Texans will look for their new franchise corner. Murphy has the talent to be just that.

24. OAKRB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

Oakland needs help in their rushing attack and have the luxury of having a ton of picks to address multiple needs. They’ll add the top back in the draft here.

25. PHIOL Andre Dillard, Washington St

Philly will address their offensive line here with yet another talented big man in this draft.

26. INDDT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Lawrence is an absolute monster with massive upside. The Colts have nailed their last couple of drafts and this is the kind of player that can push them right over the top into the Super Bowl sooner rather than later.

27. OAKTE Noah Fant, Iowa

The Raiders will address another hole on offense here. All these picks allow them to improve less than premium positions.

28. LACOL Cody Ford, Oklahoma

The Chargers will add one of the top true guards in the draft here passing up on some talented DBs. This is the direction they go.

29. KCS Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Thompson is a difference maker on a secondary that desperately needs him in KC. He will be a much needed reinforcement.

30. GBWR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss

Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb have moved on and it will be tough for the Packers to pass on Brown. They need help behind Davante Adams and this should help.

31. LARDL Jeffery Simmons, Miss State

With Ndamukong Suh gone from an already poor run defense the Rams will almost certainly address their D-line.

32. NEDE Jachai Polite, Florida

This would be another steal for the Pats but no matter who they pick I won’t be questioning Bill Belichick.

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