It's Draft Day! Here's my final mock of the first round.
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not Murray will be the pick, but I expect Arizona to select the former Sooner.
One of the prospects with the highest floors goes to a team that continues to make big investments in its defensive line.
The Jets could try to trade down, but with no takers on a swap, they pick my top-rated prospect of 2019.
This might be a bit of a surprise to some, but it's believed the Raiders carry a high grade on the explosive interior penetrator.
This one should come down to White vs. Josh Allen. We'll go with the alpha linebacker in this scenario.
The Giants could be looking to scoop up either Devin White or Allen if one of them falls to sixth. Of course, there is the possibility of a QB going here, too.
Tough call here between T.J. Hockenson and Taylor, but Taylor is physical and will get the running game cranked up.
The Bills would be very happy to see Hockenson fall to them here. If he's gone, then Jonah Williams could be the guy.
The Broncos are a tough read, but they have an opening at inside linebacker and this is a weak class outside of the top two prospects at the position (Bush and Devin White).
Don't sleep on this possibility. The Bengals could use more edge rush and did their homework on Sweat.
The Packers could go in a number of directions here, but ultimately may ask Dillard to slide to the right side to help protect Aaron Rodgers.
The Dolphins' defensive line coach (Marion Hobby) coached Wilkins during his first two seasons at Clemson. This could be an easy sell.
Williams offers versatility up front and would help open up running lanes for Atlanta's offense.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH REDSKINS. The Lions could use another defender off the edge, and Ferrell fits the mold of the players Matt Patricia worked with in New England at DE.
The Vikings could see Ford as a tackle/guard prospect who offers additional value because of his flexibility.
The Titans take an edge burner who can attack division-rival QBs Deshaun Watson, Andrew Luck and Nick Foles.
The Steelers could go in a number of directions -- even at CB -- but I'll take the best of the bunch here.
Seattle has love for height-weight-speed prospects and happens to have a need for those traits at outside receiver.
Landing Bradbury might be a perfect scenario for an offense that needs to upgrade its interior blocking.
The Texans need help at both cornerback and offensive tackle. This is a difficult choice, but let's take one of the few true left tackles in this draft.
With Marshawn Lynch out of Oakland's plans, this might be an easy card for the Raiders to run up to the podium.
The Maryland ballhawk has been a red-hot name in scouting circles of late, and the Eagles could take him to invigorate the back end.
Colts GM Chris Ballard loves drafting trench players. He also believes in patience, which will be needed with Simmons, who suffered an ACL tear in February. Indy steals one of the best players in the draft here.
"Hollywood" is smaller (5-foot-9, 166 pounds) than some teams would like, but he's also able to attack all three levels of the field.
Murphy measured under 6-feet tall and didn't run an impressive 40-yard dash (4.55 seconds) at the NFL Scouting Combine, but he is extremely instinctive and as tough as you want them at corner.
Lawrence is still raw, but has elite size and potential.
While the Packers need a wide receiver, Fant might be too tough to pass up. He's basically a big receiver in the slot.
Hard-nosed grinder who can thrive in a variety of run schemes.