As training camps are getting underway, we start to look ahead to how teams can be even better with this 2019 NFL Mock Draft.
Nothing excites fans like getting ready for the incoming class of rookies. This past draft was a perfect example of that as fans turned out from all over the country to cheer on the new faces of their franchise as their name was called in Arlington, Texas. That kind of passion is why we are already looking ahead to the 2019 NFL Draft and keeping an eye on what players could hear their names called early on. And with training camp beginning, that makes it time for a new 2019 NFL Mock Draft.
Next year’s draft will be held in Nashville, TN as the league continues to make the event mobile, which allows more people to be a part of the fun. This past draft saw a lot of excitement, which started with the Cleveland Browns taking Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield at No. 1 overall.
The run on quarterbacks continued from there as Sam Darnold from USC went to the New York Jets, Josh Allen from Wyoming went to the Buffalo Bills, Josh Rosen from UCLA went to the Arizona Cardinals and finally, Lamar Jackson was the final pick in the round by the Baltimore Ravens.
During the 2019 NFL Draft, there likely won’t be as many signal-callers selected early on. There could, however, be a run on defensive linemen as this class looks to be strong in that regard. As always with these mocks, we will use our latest NFL Power Rankings, which has the Indianapolis Colts on the clock.