2019 NFL Post-Combine Mock Draft, Team Needs

2019 NFL Post-Combine Mock Draft, Team Needs

2019 NFL Draft

2019 NFL Post-Combine Mock Draft, Team Needs


21. Seattle Seahawks

The Pick Will Be: LB Devin White, LSU

Biggest Need: Offensive Tackle

It’s a little too obvious and by-the-book for Seattle, but White is way too good and is lasting way too long. White might not be the end and the pass rusher the team needs, and he’s obviously not a help for the offensive line, but he’s a future leader and star who’ll be a longtime starter.

22. Baltimore Ravens

The Pick Will Be: RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

Biggest Need: Defensive Tackle

Jacobs might boost back up the charts after his Pro Day, but tapping out of the Combine didn’t help his overall cause, considering the one big knock on him is his lack of proven durability – he wasn’t used enough by Bama. With Alex Collins off the team, the Ravens need a new thumping running back to build around.

23. Houston Texans

The Pick Will Be: CB Deandre Baker, Georgia

Biggest Need: Offensive Line

It’ll either be Washington’s Byron Murphy or Baker, whichever one is still there for the taking. NC State’s Garrett Bradbury and Boston College’s Chris Lindstrom would a consideration for the O line, but Baker fills a need, too.

24. Oakland Raiders

The Pick Will Be: DT Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State

Biggest Need: Pass Rusher, Running Back

This is assuming the Raiders go with Rashan Gary with the fourth overall pick. If Clemson’s Dexter Lawrence really is on the board, he’ll be a consideration, but at 24, Mike Mayock is buying low on a top ten overall talent who needs a redshirt year to heal up his injured knee.

25. Philadelphia Eagles

The Pick Will Be: DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Biggest Need: Cornerback

He’s too good to last this long. He’s a No. 1 overall pick talent who’ll keep sliding thanks to the PED issues that kept him out of the College Football Playoff, but he’s a rare anchor talent.

26. Indianapolis Colts

The Pick Will Be: DT Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State

Biggest Need: Defensive Line

Jones is the right fit at the right time. Lawrence or Simmons would go here if one of them is still on the board, but Jones is a dangerous disruptive force who can get into the backfield.

27. Oakland Raiders

The Pick Will Be:  CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple

Biggest Need: Pass Rusher, Defensive Back, Offensive Line

Again, trying to read Oakland’s earlier picks, the defense continues to get more help with a No. 1 tough guy corner who can do a little of everything right. Ya-Sin would be a nice value get considering how early the other top corners went.

28. Los Angeles Chargers

The Pick Will Be: LB Devin Bush, Michigan

Biggest Need: Defensive Tackle

Defensive line, offensive tackle, developmental quarterback – the Chargers have a whole lot to go after. However, grabbing a tone-setting big hitter who’d grow into the leader of the linebacking corps and the defense isn’t bad.

29. Kansas City Chiefs

The Pick Will Be: CB JoeJuan Williams, Vanderbilt

Biggest Need: Cornerback

The Chiefs always seem to order off the menu. Williams isn’t a crazy pick in the first round, and he fits considering his size and toughness. There’s a chance KC goes with Florida State’s Brian Burns to add another pass rushing option.

30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans Saints)

The Pick Will Be: DE Brian Burns, Florida State

Biggest Need: Pass Rusher

The Packers can go Best Player Available with the 12th pick, and then get a good value here. Either it will be a tight end like Iowa’s Noah Fant, or they’ll get the pass rusher they need in Burns.

31. Los Angeles Rams

The Pick Will Be: DE Jachai Polite, Florida

Biggest Need: Outside Linebacker

Value, value, value. Polite is a top ten overall talent who reportedly had an undrafted free agent level interview and overall combine. At the very least, he’s a great get to be a part of an already nasty line – even if there are a few free agent losses.

32. New England Patriots

The Pick Will Be: DT JErry Tillery, Notre Dame

Biggest Need: Defensive Tackle

This won’t be all that hard for a Patriot team that needs to get younger and stronger on the defensive front. Tillery’s versatility and skills fit what New England needs as a part somewhere up front.


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