Midnight Crew 2019 Mock Draft #1 By: Dylan Suttles

1.) Arizona Cardinals

Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State – I don’t believe in the Kyler Murray to Arizona hype. I think they stick with Rosen’s Potential and take the can’t miss prospect of Bosa.

2.) San Francisco 49ers

Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama – The 49ers have proven they’re not scared of picking the best prospect available by drafting D-linemen the past couple of drafts and I think they stick to that strategy here.

3.) New York Jets

Josh Allen, OLB, Kentucky – With having missed out on Barr they find his replacement here, with maybe even more potential then Barr.

4.) Oakland Raiders

Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma – Gruden and Carr have proven to have their struggles and we all know Gruden likes to have his own personnel.

5.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Montez Sweat, DE, Florida State – Tamp Bay is a candidate to trade down, but it looks like they will stick with Winston for another year. I say they will draft combine star Sweat in hopes to be an impact player off the edge.

6.) New York Giants

Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State – Giants desperately need a new QB and I don’t think they pass on Haskins.

7.) Jacksonville Jaguars

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss – Newly acquired Foles will need some weapons to be successful in Jacksonville and if the combine is any indication Metcalf is a star in the making.

8.) Detroit Lions

Devin White, MLB, LSU – The Lions defense has been terrible for a long time and White can be the leader of this defense.

9.) Buffalo Bills

Jawaan Taylor, T, Florida – The Bills made some nice additions to the receiving core to give Allen some weapons. Now their priority should be to protect him.

10.) Denver Broncos

Jonah Williams, T, Alabama – Elway has failed on many QBs and i doubt Elway wants to fail on two in one season. I suspect they give Flacco this season and try to keep him upright this season.

11.) Cincinnati Bengals

Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan – Gary is a great prospect and can play end or outside linebacker and I doubt they pass on his versatility.

12.) Green Bay Packers

Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson – Rodgers needs some weapons on offense but with Ferrell on the bored they won’t pass on him and go after a weapon for him later on in the draft.

13.) Miami Dolphins

Ed Oliver, DT, Houston – With Wake gone the Dolphins will need an impact player on that line and Oliver can be that guy.

14.) Atlanta Falcons

Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson – It’s no secret that the Falcons need help on both lines of scrimmages and Wilkins can be a force next to Jarrett.

15.) Washington Redskins

Drew Lock, QB, Missouri – With Smith’s career in question they pick up a quarterback who has a strong arm and can be a good starter in the league.

16.) Carolina Panthers

Greedy Williams, CB, LSU – In a division with Jones, Thomas, and Evans a great corner is a necessity and that’s what they get with Greedy.

17.) New York Giants (Via Cleveland)

A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss – With Odell gone and with them drafting Haskins they get him a weapon who they van develop together.

18.) Minnesota Vikings

Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss – Minnesota has a good defense and now they need to do everything they can so their high paid QB can be successful.

19.) Tennessee Titans

Brian Burns, DE, Florida State – Since Orakpo left so has their defense, Burns can be a step to fixing it.

20.) Pittsburgh Steelers

Devin Bush, LB, Michigan – Bush was all over the field for Michigan, Pittsburgh will hope he can reciprocate that for them.

21.) Seattle Seahawks

T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa – Last year was supposed to be a down year for them but they turned out to be alright with Wilson creating plays. Here they get someone who can help him out a bit with the best TE in the draft.

22.) Baltimore Ravens

Jachai Polite, DE, Florida – Losing their leading rusher this year has to hurt and they scramble to try and find a replacement here. His combine was underwhelming but his tape won’t let him fall too far.

23.) Houston Texans

Cody Ford, T, Oklahoma – With a stout defense, they look to find Deshaun Watson some help. He has the star receiver so they look to help him on the O-line.

24.) Oakland Raiders (Via Chicago)

D’Andre Baker, CB, Georgia – The Raiders have done a good job in Free Agency but they still lack in defensive backs. They go after someone who has the potential to cover #1 receivers.

25.) Philadelphia Eagles

Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State – Eagles are in a good spot roster wise, they can afford to go after the best prospect available and do so with Simmons.

26.) Indianapolis Colts

Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson – The Colts desperately need a difference maker on that D-line and Lawrence has the potential to do that.

27.) Oakland Raiders (Via Dallas)

Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama – With all 3 RBs that were on their roster last year being free agents they get the best RB in the draft.

28.) Los Angeles Chargers

Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame – This draft is loaded with D-linemen and the chargers have a need at that position. Tillery was good in college and has the ability to do the same in the NFL.

29.) Kansas City Chiefs

Byron Murphy, CB, Washington – The Chiefs defense is under reconstruction and Spagnuolo will want hid own guys in place. Murphy would be a nice addition for him.

30.) Green Bay Packers (Via New Orleans)

Noah Fant, TE, Iowa – As mentioned before, Rodgers needs some weapons and Fant is a great pass catching TE. He will provide great value for Rodgers.

31.) Los Angeles Rams

Andre Dillard, T, Washington State – Rams were so close to winning the Super Bowl. Their defense was stellar until they got worn down by their offense not being able to move the ball. Dillard could potentially give Goff more time and help him with his offensive progressions.

32.) New England Patriots

Daniel Jones, QB, Duke – Jones has the physical traits, grooming him under Brady could be deadly in the not so distant future.

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