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Hard Knocks 2019 Mock Draft

Discussion in 'Hard Knocks' started by MG, Jan 24, 2017.

  1. MG

    MG Watching Folks Swim

    Jul 21, 2010
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    Please keep in mind I did not scout every position so some picks were based on a combination of position of need + projected draft round. Enjoy!

    2019 1st ROUND MOCK DRAFT

    1. Lions - CB Levonta Taylor FSU

    Taylor is an elite corner and plugs a huge hole in the Lions secondary.

    2. Saints - QB Sam Darnold USC

    The top QB on the board, easy choice for the new GM in the Big Easy.

    3. Cowboys - QB Tate Martell tOSU

    Despite trading for Russell Wilson earlier this off-season, Jerry Jones can't help himself (and neither can the tOSU fan user).

    4. Giants - QB Jacob Eason Georgia

    Giants need someone to help guide Phillip Rivers and his 8 kids into retirement. Bueno suerte, mi amigo.

    5. Bengals - DE Nick Bosa OSU

    Best defensive end in the draft. Fills a huge need for Cincy.

    6. Bills - EDGE Corey Wilcox FSU

    Bills need pass rushers. Wilcox can play the 34 OLB spot or put his hand on the ground.

    7. Rams - WR Ahmmon Richards MiamiRams need playmakers. Richards is the most electric playmaker in the draft.

    8. Colts - TE Isaac Nauta Georgia

    Steal at #8, this is the new Dallas Clark in Indianapolis.

    9. Seahawks - EDGE Danny Short Texas

    Arguably the best edge rusher in the draft. He will have to play with his hand on the ground in Seattle, but should be capable of disrupting QBs right away.

    10. Browns - DE Josh Sweat

    Pass rushers are going quickly. Browns fill a need with an elite talent before they are all gone.


    11. Ravens - LT Bronson Nagy UCLA
    Protect the QB, dummy.

    12. Cardinals - RB Bo Scarbrough Alabama

    The #1 RB in the draft goes to the top 10 stick skill user in HK.

    13. Buccaneers - LB Haynes LeGree Penn State
    Buccs need an OLB, LeGree should slot in nicely.

    14. Titans - EDGE Nate Polumbus Clemson
    Titans need another lineman. They will take a risk on Polumbus and move Michael Bennett to DT. Polumbus will need to hit the gym and get bigger to play on the line in a 43, good thing the Titans specialize in GAINS.

    15. Ravens - DE Roosevelt Hayward Texas
    Perfect fit for the Ravens, can play pretty much any position on the line.

    16. Bengals - G Matt Trotter Louisville
    Bengals have some issues with their o-line, and Trotter is an NFL ready caliber guard.

    17. Panthers - LB Aaron Terrill Louisville
    Terrill will compete to start at OLB for the Panthers. Back to back Louisville Cardinals!

    18. Cardinals - LT Dustin Copeland Tennessee
    Cards already grabbed their RB of the future, now they target a franchise LT. Copeland should be up to the task despite his unfortunate last name.

    19. Redskins - CB Jaylon Jones Ole Miss
    The Redskins have no major holes, go BPA here and end up with a STUD cornerback.

    20. Cowboys - TE Jake Hausmann tOSU

    21. Jets - WR Demetris Robertson Cal

    BPA pick for Jets, too good to pass up.

    22. Chargers QB Jalen Hurts Alabama
    Hi, Guy.

    23. Jaguars - TE Mark Andrews OU

    Tight end is a need, Andrews is the third (arguably second) best TE in draft.

    24. Texans - S Jessie Bates Wake Forest
    #1 safety in draft will help a secondary that struggled against the likes of Sam Bradford and Blake Bortles last season (yikes).

    25. Eagles - HB Mike Weber OSU
    Eagles grab their RB of the future here and appear set for another playoff run.

    26. Chiefs - DE Riley Light Tennesee
    Pass rushers are a need, especially with the age of some of the starters on defense. Light is a solid choice and good value.

    27. Bears - QB Shea Patterson Ole Miss
    Did you really think Brock Osweiler was the answer?

    28. Dolphins - WR N'Keal Harry ASU
    Wideout is a need, N'Keal Harry has a lot of talent that the new coaching staff can work with. Should thrive in an offense that has Aaron Rodgers throwing the ball and Ezekiel Elliot running the rock.

    29. Steelers - DT CJ Cartwright FSU
    BPA pick, help bloster their disgusting 34 front seven. Not many holes on this team.

    30. Falcons - C/G/T Ryan Martinek FSU
    Much like the Steelers, Atlanta does not have many holes. Martinek is a projected first rounder who should be able to play guard or tackle as well as center. The Falcons have a few aging starters on the o-line, this could be a preemptive move.

    31. Jets - DT Dexter Lawrence Clemson
    Another BPA pick that could fill a need, as Lawrence is capable of playing as an end in a 34 scheme.

    32. Texans - QB Shane Buechele Texas

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  2. pitt4life21

    pitt4life21 RTJR!

    Jul 16, 2010
    That picture at the end :/
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  3. G_T_G


    Jul 21, 2010

    You are wrong and stupid.
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