2019 NFL Mock Draft | Olsen’s Top 20

With the regular season over the first 20 picks of the 2019 NFL Draft are set. This means we get to really dive deep into our mock drafts and go through all the different scenarios. My latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft takes a look at where I feel each of the top 2019 NFL Draft prospects will go.

2019 NFL Mock Draft

1. arizona-cardinals-logoArizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa DE Ohio State

The best player in the draft and he plays a premium position. Lets not overthink this one.

2. san-francisco-49ers-logo San Francisco 49ers: Byron Murphy CB Washington

The 9ers need to force more turnovers and Murphy has incredible ball skills.

3. new-york-jets-logo New York Jets: Jonah Williams OT Alabama

The Jets invested in a franchise quarterback last year and this year they get the guy to watch his back.

4.oakland-raiders-logoOakland Raiders: Brian Burns DE Florida

The Raiders need a pass rusher and Burns can do that as well as anyone.

5. tampa-bay-buccaneers-logoTampa Bay Buccaneers: Quinnen Williams DT Alabama

With Gerald McCoy getting older, the Bucs draft his successor and improve on a middle of the road pass rush.

6. new-york-giants-logo New York Giants: Ed Oliver DT Houston

The Giants have lots of talent on offense and I believe them when they say they want to keep Eli Manning. Oliver is the best defensive player available.

7. jacksonville-jaguars-logo Jacksonville Jaguars: Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

The Jags might be a quarterback away from being dangerous. Haskins has the talent to be that guy.

8.detroit-lions-logo Detroit Lions: Greedy Williams CB LSU

Amazing talent and lock down man cover skills. I think between Darius Slay and Matt Patricia, Williams will live up to his ability.

9. buffalo-bills-logo Buffalo Bills: DK Metcalf WR Mississippi

The Bills drafted their franchise quarterback last year and now they need to get him some help. Huge potential in Metcalf.

10. denver-broncos-logo Denver Broncos: Drew Lock QB Missouri

Great talent to build around. Has the potential to end the Broncos quarterback woes.

11. cincinnati-bengals-logo Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Allen OLB Kentucky

Allen can improve the pass rush and linebacker play in one pick. Can be a weapon for a clever defensive coordinator.

12. green-bay-packers-logo Green Bay Packers: Jachai Polite DE Florida

The Packers have been working to build their defense for years. Polite is the right guy to finally help get things moving in the right direction.

13. miami-dolphins-logo Miami Dolphins: Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State

A lot of changes coming in Miami, but it’s very clear they need more playmakers. Butler is a huge playmaker.

14.atlanta-falcons-logo Atlanta Falcons: Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi State

Simmons has some off the field questions, but he’s a very talented DT which Atlanta really needs.

15. washington-redskins-logoWashington Redskins: Deionte Thompson S Alabama

A few months ago safety seemed to be a huge strength in this team. Now it’s a huge need and this guy is a huge talent to fill it.

16. carolina-panthers-logoCarolina Panthers: Yodny Cajuste OT West Virginia

Cam Newton is getting older and the panthers need to build up the offensive line to protect him.

17.cleveland-browns-logo Cleveland Browns: N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State

Cleveland has an exciting young core led by rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield. Harry is the young receiver to pair with him and build around.

18. vikings_logo Minnesota Vikings: Cody Ford OT Oklahoma

The Vikings needs help in the offensive trenches and Ford is the big mauler they need. Just so happens to be a good pass blocker as well.

19.tennessee-titans-logo Tennessee Titans: Erik McCoy C Texas A&M

The Titans need to improve their offense and if they don’t protect Marcus Mariota then his career will come to an early end. McCoy helps do both.

20.pittsburgh-steelers-logo Pittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush LB Michigan

The Steelers need linebacker help on their interior. Bush providerange and physicality and will be a huge upgrade to that defense.

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