2019 NFL Draft Top 50

1. Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

Tremendous quickness off the ball and impossible to block one-on-one. Very good every-down player who should be an immediate impact player.

2. Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State

Elite edge prospect with explosiveness off the ball and well-developed pass rush skills. Immediate impact player if fully healthy.

3. Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

Ideal fit as an ‘under’ tackle in a 4-3 scheme. Undersized, but has Aaron Donald-type potential to create havoc for the team that drafts him.

4. Josh Allen, OLB, Kentucky

A stronger and more physical Anthony Barr-type talent. Unique blend of size, speed, quickness and athletic ability. Can be a force off the edge.

5. Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

Has all the tools to be a franchise quarterback in the NFL and looks like he could be the first QB off the board.

6. Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

Solid left tackle who is very pro ready and consistent. Could play anywhere along the offensive line, including guard or center. Excellent zone-scheme fit.

7. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa

Very low risk prospect with few if any true negatives. Does everything well and is the kind of player any coach wants on his team.

8. Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

Very unique talent with obvious size limitations, but has the tools to be an even more athletic Russell Wilson-type quarterback.

9. Devin White, LB, Louisiana State

Explosive, active and athletic. Similar prospect to Roquan Smith, who was a steal for the Bears last year at No. 8 overall.

10. Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan

Can dominate the game on all three downs. Reminds me of Cameron Jordan (Saints), and could be even better with a Jordan-type motor.

11. Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

Elite arm talent with near prototype passing skills. Huge upside if he can improve consistency, discipline and decision-making.

12. Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma

Impressive combination of size, strength, athleticism, footwork and nastiness. Can dominate and bury defenders. Smart and technically advanced.

13. Greedy Williams, CB, Louisiana State

Fine length with all the traits to become a shutdown cornerback in the NFL.

14. Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

Lacks prototype size but is a shutdown cover guy and outstanding all-around player.

15. Jachai Polite, OLB, Florida

Explosive pass-rush talent with passion, flexibility and burst to close. Disruptive force off the edge.

16. D.K. Metcalf, WR, Mississippi

Natural talent with dominant, elite physical tools to be great if he’s willing to refine his craft.

17. Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

Needs modest refinement still, but has all the tools to become a perennial Pro Bowl performer.

18. Brian Burns, DE-OLB, Florida State

A little hot-and-cold, but elite edge potential with great first-step explosiveness and freakish physical ability.

19. Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

Very pro ready player who can fit somewhere and make an immediate impact in just about any scheme.

20. Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

Highly versatile, complete, all-purpose back with excellent pro potential for a long, highly productive career in the NFL.

21. Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson

Excellent weak-side end prospect who can rush off the edge and I beginning to convert speed into power.

22. Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

Dominant player who would be even higher if not for knee injury and off-field baggage.

23. Greg Little, OT, Mississippi

Could still use some technical refinement, and more consistent finish, but could prove to be the best of the entire crop.

24. Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

Very little separates Baker from Greedy and Byron. All the tools to become a solid shutdown corner.

25. Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

Has natural feet and pass-blocking skills to start at left tackle right away.

26. Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State

Still somewhat raw and unrefined but has nice length and tremendous upside.

27. Irv Smith Jr, TE, Alabama

A little undersized, but very athletic. Excellent pass-catch skills and tenacity as a blocker.

28. Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State

Outstanding zone-blocking scheme prospect with superior technical skills and feel for the game. Immediate quality starter.

29. Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

A more athletic version of Rob Gronkowski who can really open up a team’s passing offense with his receiving skills.

30. Devin Bush, LB, Michigan

Shorter than you’d prefer, but he is a playmaker who should be very effective in the right scheme at the next level.

31. Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State

Clean, consistent all-around prospect who should be able to contribute early in the NFL.

32. Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame

Has the tools to be exceptional and is just beginning to scratch the surface. Significant upside if he clicks with pro coaching.

33. Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson

A little raw and shows up in streaks, but has dominant, Pro Bowl tools to become a force at the next level.

34. Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College

Very solid all-around blocker who is an ideal fit in a zone blocking scheme. Plug and play prospect.

35. N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

Lacks elite suddenness and long speed but has terrific hands, concentration and run-after-the-catch ability.

36. Marquise Brown< WR, Oklahoma

Undersized but dynamic, lighting-in-a-bottle playmaker with home run speed to score anytime he touches the ball.

37. Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware

Has Harrison Smith-type potential to become an elite all-around safety in the NFL. Can make plays in all phases and all over the field.

38. Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

Versatile, all-over-the-field single high safety with great range against the pass and a nose for the action.

39. Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

Well-built, strong and athletic with good speed and range. Has a nose for the action and makes plays all over the field.

40. A.J. Brown, WR, Mississippi

Go-to receiver with nice size and run-after-the-catch skills. Can do a lot of things to make big plays in an offense.

41. Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

Very solid all-around prospect with nice size and natural pass-catching skills. Has the tools to be a team’s No. 1 receiver.

42. Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia

Natural pass protector with good feet, quick hands and long arms. If he can pass medical questions, he should start at left tackle as a rookie.

43. Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State

Lacks elite athleticism, but should be an immediate quality starter somewhere along the offensive line.

44. Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M

Solid all-around interior offensive line prospect who should become a starter early on in the pivot or at guard. Very good zone scheme prospect.

45. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida

Versatile defensive back who can immediately upgrade a team’s secondary.

46. Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

Quick, explosive and athlete. Consistent disruptor with a knack for slipping blocks and making plays.

47. Charles Omenihu, DE, Texas

A work in progress, but has terrific natural length and outstanding upside potential to get better and better.

48. Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech

Long frame. Natural pass rusher who consistently brings upfield pressure. Generates power with his quickness, hand use and strength.

49. Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

Needs development but has all the physical and mental tools to become a team’s quarterback of the future.

50. Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State

A little rough around the edges, but has the tools to become a lockdown cornerback with sound pro coaching.