2019 NFL Draft: Ranking All 32 Team Drafts, From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft: Ranking All 32 Team Drafts, From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft

2019 NFL Draft: Ranking All 32 Team Drafts, From The College Perspective

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Three Greatest Draft Picks For Each Team
ACC | Big Ten | Big 12 | Pac-12 | SEC
32 Greatest Draft Picks of All-Time
2019 1st Round Pick Breakdown & Thoughts
2020 Top 32 Prospects First Look
2019 NFL Draft Rankings By College: 1-130
2019 NFL Draft Rankings By Conference

5. Washington Redskins

– What’s not to like? The Redskins were able to get the right quarterback – Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins – at a value spot at the 15. They were able to steal Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat at the 26, and if Stanford RB Bryce Love gets healthy and back to form, landing him in the fourth was ridiculous.

– There were some nice late picks, too, in a ten player draft. NC State WR Kelvin Harmon should find his way onto the roster from the sixth round, and pass rushing DE Jordan Brailford was a fantastic chance on greatness in the seventh.

Best Value Pick: DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State (1st)
Biggest Reach: WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State (3rd)
Late Flier That Could Work: WR Kelvin Harmon, NC State (6th)
2018 NFL Draft Ranking: 9

4. Buffalo Bills

– It’s potentially a killer in terms of value. Getting Florida LB Voesean Joesph in the fifth is a total steal, Miami S Jaquan Johnson is a 6th rounder who could stick, and TE Tommy Sweeney is a fantastic flier in the 7tth.

Oh yeah … and Buffalo was able to snag Houston DT Ed Oliver with the seventh overall pick. Ka-BOOM.

– Landing Oklahoma OT Cody Ford was a really, really nice value get in the early second. Florida Atlantic RB Devin Singletary in the third – one pick after Chicago took Iowa State RB David Montgomery – will be interesting.

Best Value Pick: DT Ed Oliver, Houston (1st)
Biggest Reach: TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss (3rd)
Late Flier That Could Work: S Jaquan Johnson, Miami (6th)
2018 NFL Draft Ranking: 8

3. Denver Broncos

– The Broncos got value everywhere. Noah Fant was a much, much cheaper tight end option at the 20 than Iowa teammate TJ Hockenson was at the 8. Kansas State’s Dalton Risner was the type or prospect you don’t like in the late first, love in the early second. Ohio State DT Dre’Mont Jones went in the third – he could’ve gone in the mid-second without a problem.

– Drew Lock in the early second round? Absolutely. It wouldn’t have been a wild shock if the Giants took him instead of reaching really, really far to take Duke’s Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick.

Best Value Pick: QB Drew Lock, Missouri (2nd)
Biggest Reach: LB Justin Hollins, Oregon (5th)
Late Flier That Could Work: WR Juwann Winfree, Colorado
2018 NFL Draft Ranking: 3

2. Cincinnati Bengals

– It’s really, really good, and not just because they took a whole lot of big players from big schools from big conferences. They addressed their needs and got terrific value in the mid-rounds.

The fourth round was fantastic. Arizona State DT Renell Wren was an absolute steal. So was NC State QB Ryan Finley. So was Ohio State OG Michael Jordan.

 There’s absolutely no waste. Washington TE Drew Sample was a bit high in the second round, but getting Oklahoma RB Rodney Anderson in the sixth and South Dakota State CB Jordan Brown in the seventh was amazing.

Best Value Pick: DT Renell Wren, Arizona State (4th)
Biggest Reach: TE Drew Sample, Washington (2nd)
Late Flier That Could Work: RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma (6th)
2018 NFL Draft Ranking: 21

1. New England Patriots

Seriously, NFL? You let the Patriots get Arizona State WR N’Keal Harry? You let them get Alabama RB Damien Harris? You let them get Michigan DE Chase Winovich, and you let Auburn’s Jarrett Stidham slide to the fourth with a great chance to develop over the next few years? It’s a fantastic haul of prospects for the best team in the league.

The odds of finding a decent starter after the third round are miserably low – like 10% low. But if you have ten draft picks, and you have five after the third, the chances obviously go up. P Jake Bailey from Stanford in the 5th is one who’ll likely stick, so will Stidham, and don’t be stunned if most of this class turns out to help the cause.

Best Value Pick: CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt (2nd)
Biggest Reach: OG Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas (4th)
Late Flier That Could Work: P Jake Bailey, Stanford (5th)
2018 NFL Draft Ranking: 27

Three Greatest Draft Picks For Each Team
ACC | Big Ten | Big 12 | Pac-12 | SEC
32 Greatest Draft Picks of All-Time
2019 1st Round Pick Breakdown & Thoughts
2020 Top 32 Prospects First Look
2019 NFL Draft Rankings By College: 1-130
2019 NFL Draft Rankings By Conference

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