2019 NFL Draft: Way-Too-Early Top 10 Mock Draft

With the 2018 NFL Draft in the books, we look ahead towards the 2019 NFL Draft and give you our top 10 mock draft featuring one of the best defensive line classes to ever come out of the draft.

5 of the first 6 picks in our mock draft are defensive lineman including Ed Oliver from Houston, Nick Bosa out of Ohio State, Clelin Ferrell from Clemson, and Rashan Gary out of Michigan. In the middle of the pack is Alabama OT Jonah Williams, who took over at LT from Cam Robinson after he left for the draft.

The rest of our top 5 consists of Clemson DL Dexter Lawrence, Oregon QB Justin Herbert, Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown, LSU CB Greedy Williams and Missouri QB Drew Lock. The biggest difference from last year's draft is the amount of QBs drafted in the top 10. In the 2018 NFL Draft, we saw 4 QBs go in the top 10, so a stark difference from the year before.

We also give you 5 guys who just missed the top 10 including Michigan QB Shea Patterson. With a good season, you could see Patterson break into the top 10, but if not, perhaps he drops out of the top 20 altogether. Also listed is Stanford RB Bryce Love, who’s incredible season led him to 2nd place in the 2018 Heisman Trophy Race.

The video above (and shown below) is from The Cam Rogers Show, a Facebook Live show. All of these videos can be found on The Cam Rogers Show on YouTube!

Our full top 10 is listed below:
- Ed Oliver
- Nick Bosa
- Jonah Williams
- Clelin Ferrell
- Rashan Gary
- Dexter Lawrence
- Justin Herbert
- A.J. Brown
- Greedy Williams
- Drew Lock

Our list of guys who just missed the top 10 is listed below:
- Shea Patterson
- Bryce Love
- David Edwards
- Greg Little
- Jarrett Stidham

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