2019 Nfl Draft - Slimm's Top 150

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  1. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    I've had several ask for one of these again this year. Although I'm only going to do a Top 150.

    The rest of the players on my board can be seen in the positional threads.



    Top 150

    1. Quinnen Williams** / DT / Alabama

    2. Nick Bosa* / DE / Ohio St.

    3. Josh Allen / DE / Kentucky

    4. Devin White* / LB / LSU

    5. Ed Oliver* / DT / Houston

    6. Rashan Gary* / DE / Michigan

    7. Jawaan Taylor* / OT / Florida

    8. Kyler Murray* / QB / Oklahoma

    9. Dwayne Haskins** / QB / Ohio St.

    10. Jeffrey Simmons* / DT / Mississippi St.

    11. Montez Sweat / DE / Mississippi St.

    12. Devin Bush* / LB / Michigan

    13. T.J. Hockenson** / TE / Iowa

    14. Noah Fant* / TE / Iowa

    15. Deebo Samuel / WR / South Carolina

    16. Garrett Bradbury / C / N.C. State

    17. Christian Wilkins / DT / Clemson

    18. Jerry Tillery / DT / Notre Dame

    19. Hakeem Butler* / WR / Iowa St.

    20. N’Keal Harry* / WR / Arizona St.

    21. A.J. Brown* / WR / Ole Miss

    22. Andre Dillard / OT / Washington St.

    23. Erik McCoy* / C / Texas A&M

    24. Chris Lindstrom / OG / Boston College

    25. Clelin Ferrell* / DE / Clemson

    26. Jonah Williams* / OT / Alabama

    27. Dexter Lawrence* / DT / Clemson

    28. Dalton Risner / OT / Kansas St.

    29. Byron Murphy** / CB / Washington

    30. Jonathan Abram / S / Mississippi St.

    31. Cody Ford* / OT / Oklahoma

    32. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson* / S / Florida

    33. Amani Hooker* / S / Iowa

    34. Anthony Nelson* / DE / Iowa

    35. Andraez Williams** / CB / LSU

    36. Emanuel Hall / WR / Missouri

    37. Parris Campbell / WR / Ohio St.

    38. Terry McLaurin / WR / Ohio St.

    39. D.K. Metcalf** / WR / Ole Miss

    40. Julian Love* / CB / Notre Dame

    41. Juan Thornhill / S / Virginia

    42. Nassir Adderley / S / Delaware

    43. Josh Jacobs* / RB / Alabama

    44. David Montgomery* / RB / Iowa St.

    45. Miles Sanders* / RB / Penn St.

    46. Will Harris / S / Boston College

    47. Darnell Savage / S / Maryland

    48. DeAndre Baker / CB / Georgia

    49. Brian Burns* / EDGE / Florida St.

    50. Ben Banogu / EDGE / TCU











    51. Chase Winovich / EDGE / Michigan

    52. David Long* / CB / Michigan

    53. Alex Barnes* / RB / Kansas St.

    54. Mike Weber* / RB / Ohio St.

    55. Kehale Warring* / TE / San Diego St.

    56. Dawson Knox* / TE / Ole Miss

    57. Greg Gaines / DT / Washington

    58. Ben Powers / OG / Oklahoma

    59. Connor McGovern* / OG / Penn St.

    60. Porter Gustin / EDGE / USC

    61. Rock Ya-Sin / CB / Temple

    62. Trayvon Mullen* / CB / Clemson

    63. Renell Wren / DT / Arizona St.

    64. Dre’Mont Jones* / DT / Ohio St.

    65. Charles Omenihu / DE / Texas

    66. L.J. Collier / DE / TCU

    67. Daylon Mack / DT / Texas A&M

    68. Isaiah Johnson / CB / Houston

    69. Lonnie Johnson / CB / Kentucky

    70. Trayveon Williams* / RB / Texas A&M

    71. Darrell Henderson* / RB / Memphis

    72. Stanley Morgan Jr. / WR / Nebraska

    73. Gary Jennings / WR / West Virginia

    74. Andy Isabella / WR / UMASS

    75. Lamont Gaillard / C / Georgia

    76. Elgton Jenkins / C / Mississippi St.

    77. Kelvin Harmon* / WR / N.C. State

    78. Kaleb McGary / OT / Washington

    79. Chuma Edoga / OT / USC

    80. Yodny Cajuste / OT / West Virginia

    81. Hjalte Frohold / OG-C / Arkansas

    82. Justice Hill* / RB / Oklahoma St.

    83. Germaine Pratt / LB / N.C. State

    84. Justin Hollins / LB / Oregon

    85. Michael Jordan* / C / Ohio St.

    86. Ryan Bates* / OG / Penn St.

    87. Devine Ozigbo / RB / Nebraska

    88. Jamel Dean* / CB / Auburn

    89. Sean Bunting* / CB / Central Michigan

    90. Christian Miller / LB / Alabama

    91. Sione Takitaki / LB / BYU

    92. Jahlani Tavai / LB / Hawaii

    93. Justin Layne* / CB / Michigan St.

    94. Trysten Hill* / DT / UCF

    95. Tyrel Dodson* / LB / Texas A&M

    96. David Long Jr.* / LB / West Virginia

    97. Damien Harris / RB / Alabama

    98. Myles Gaskin / RB / Washington

    99. Riley Ridley* / WR / Georgia

    100. DaMarkus Lodge / WR / Ole Miss











    101. Cody Thompson / WR / Toledo

    102. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside* / WR / Stanford

    103. Daniel Jones* / QB / Duke

    104. Drew Lock / QB / Missouri

    105. Clayton Thorson / QB / Northwestern

    106. Ty Johnson / RB / Maryland

    107. Amani Oruwariye / CB / Penn St.

    108. Zach Allen / DE / Boston College

    109. Zedrick Woods / S / Ole Miss

    110. Ugo Amadi / S / Oregon

    111. Nick Allegretti / OG / Illinois

    112. Marquis Blair / S / Utah

    113. Mike Edwards / S / Kentucky

    114. Foster Moreau / TE / LSU

    115. Irv Smith Jr.* / TE / Alabama

    116. Josh Oliver / TE / San Jose St.

    117. Drew Sample / TE / Washington

    118. Drew Tranquill / LB / Notre Dame

    119. Otaro Alaka / LB / Texas A&M

    120. Ryan Connelly / LB / Wisconsin

    121. Tim Harris / CB / Virginia

    122. Antoine Wesley* / WR / Texas Tech

    123. Anthony Ratliff-Williams* / WR / North Carolina

    124. Darius Slayton* / WR / Auburn

    125. Marquis Brown* / WR / Oklahoma

    126. Cody Barton / LB / Utah

    127. Bobby Okereke / LB / Stanford

    128. Kingsley Keke / DE-DT / Texas A&M

    129. Daniel Wise / DE-DT / Kansas

    130. Ty Summers / LB / TCU

    131. Joshua Miles / OG / Morgan St.

    132. David Sills / WR / West Virginia

    133. Yosuah Nijman / OT / Virginia Tech

    134. Maxx Crosby* / EDGE / Eastern Michigan

    135. Jordan Brailford* / EDGE / Oklahoma St.

    136. Demarcus Christman / DT / Florida St.

    137. Mark Fields / CB / Clemson

    138. Mitch Hyatt / OT / Clemson

    139. Jachai Polite* / EDGE / Florida

    140. Ryan Finley / QB / N.C. State

    141. Kris Boyd / CB / Texas

    142. Armon Watts / DT / Arkansas

    143. Iman Marshall / CB / USC

    144. Corey Ballentine / CB / Washburn

    145. Gerald Willis / DT / Miami

    146. Nate Hall / LB / Northwestern

    147. Chris Slayton / DT / Syracuse

    148. Khalen Saunders / DT / Western Illinois

    149. Tyre Brady / WR / Marshall

    150. Ben Burr-Kirven / LB / Washington


     
  2. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    There's some kids that I have somewhere in the next 15-20 slots that I really like and were hard to leave out of the Top 150. Guys like Devin Singletary. The film tells me he's a top 150 player. But when you factor in the level of competition along with his tiny size and poor physical testing, it's a tough cut.

    Guys like Jimmy Moreland, Mack Wilson, Terry Godwin, Dexter Williams, Andrew Van Ginkel, etc. They're just on the outside looking in. You could easily have these players on any Top 150 board and be justified.
     
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  3. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    The quarterbacks concern me. I've always been concerned with this quarterback class. The two best quarterbacks have only done it for 1 season - and the most talented one needs a step stool to reach in the top of his closet. It's all a tremendous risk when considering taking a guy to be the face of your organization.

    Problem is, the guys that are experienced starters have even more flaws. You're going to have to get lucky to hit big at the QB position in this class. But anything is possible.
     
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    dougb123 Well-Known Member

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    Who do you think Miami walks away with?
     
  5. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Honestly I have no idea.

    Maybe trade down to the sweet spot for these really good offensive lineman and try to load up on some while acquiring a surplus of picks. It would certainly be a scenario I would consider. If the price is right and the guys I really want are already gone, it's probably the best thing a team in Miami's position can do.
     
  6. ckparrothead

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    Well done. Thank you for putting it together.
     
  7. j-off-her-doll

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    Great stuff, Slimm. I agree that a trade down for an OL would be ideal Miami. They just have to hope that someone interesting enough falls to 13.
     
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    Sorry to horn in on this Slimm but I just wanted to put a position-sorted version of your list in here for those that might like it for easy reference.

    QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma (#8)
    QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St. (#9)
    QB Daniel Jones, Duke (#103)
    QB Drew Lock, Missouri (#104)
    QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern (#105)
    QB Ryan Finley, N.C. State (#140)

    RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama (#43)
    RB David Montgomery, Iowa St. (#44)
    RB Miles Sanders, Penn St. (#45)
    RB Alex Barnes, Kansas St. (#53)
    RB Mike Weber, Ohio St. (#54)
    RB Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M (#70)
    RB Darrell Henderson, Memphis (#71)
    RB Justice Hill, Oklahoma St. (#82)
    RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska (#87)
    RB Damien Harris, Alabama (#97)
    RB Myles Gaskin, Washington (#98)
    RB Ty Johnson, Maryland (#106)

    TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa (#13)
    TE Noah Fant, Iowa (#14)
    TE Kehale Warring, San Diego St. (#55)
    TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss (#56)
    TE Foster Moreau, LSU (#114)
    TE Irv Smith Jr., Alabama (#115)
    TE Josh Oliver, San Jose St. (#116)
    TE Drew Sample, Washington (#117)

    WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina (#15)
    WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa St. (#19)
    WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona St. (#20)
    WR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss (#21)
    WR Emanuel Hall, Missouri (#36)
    WR Parris Campbell, Ohio St. (#37)
    WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio St. (#38)
    WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss (#39)
    WR Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska (#72)
    WR Gary Jennings, West Virginia (#73)
    WR Andy Isabella, UMASS (#74)
    WR Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State (#77)
    WR Riley Ridley, Georgia (#99)
    WR DaMarkus Lodge, Ole Miss (#100)
    WR Cody Thompson, Toledo (#101)
    WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford (#102)
    WR Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech (#122)
    WR Anthony Ratliff-Williams, North Carolina (#123)
    WR Darius Slayton, Auburn (#124)
    WR Marquis Brown, Oklahoma (#125)
    WR David Sills, West Virginia (#132)
    WR Tyre Brady, Marshall (#149)

    C Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State (#16)
    C Erik McCoy, Texas A&M (#23)
    C Lamont Gaillard, Georgia (#75)
    C Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi St. (#76)
    C Michael Jordan, Ohio St. (#85)

    OG Chris Lindstrom, Boston College (#24)
    OG Ben Powers, Oklahoma (#58)
    OG Connor McGovern, Penn St. (#59)
    OG-C Hjalte Frohold, Arkansas (#81)
    OG Ryan Bates, Penn St. (#86)
    OG Nick Allegretti, Illinois (#111)
    OG Joshua Miles, Morgan St. (#131)

    OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida (#7)
    OT Andre Dillard, Washington St. (#22)
    OT Jonah Williams, Alabama (#26)
    OT Dalton Risner, Kansas St. (#28)
    OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma (#31)
    OT Kaleb McGary, Washington (#78)
    OT Chuma Edoga, USC (#79)
    OT Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia (#80)
    OT Yosuah Nijman, Virginia Tech (#133)
    OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson (#138)

    DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama (#1)
    DT Ed Oliver, Houston (#5)
    DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi St. (#10)
    DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson (#17)
    DT Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame (#18)
    DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson (#27)
    DT Greg Gaines, Washington (#57)
    DT Renell Wren, Arizona St. (#63)
    DT Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio St. (#64)
    DT Daylon Mack, Texas A&M (#67)
    DT Trysten Hill, UCF (#94)
    DE-DT Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M (#128)
    DE-DT Daniel Wise, Kansas (#129)
    DT Demarcus Christman, Florida St. (#136)
    DT Armon Watts, Arkansas (#142)
    DT Gerald Willis, Miami (#145)
    DT Chris Slayton, Syracuse (#147)
    DT Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois (#148)

    DE Nick Bosa, Ohio St. (#2)
    DE Josh Allen, Kentucky (#3)
    DE Rashan Gary, Michigan (#6)
    DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi St. (#11)
    DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson (#25)
    DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa (#34)
    DE Charles Omenihu, Texas (#65)
    DE L.J. Collier, TCU (#66)
    DE Zach Allen, Boston College (#108)

    EDGE Brian Burns, Florida St. (#49)
    EDGE Ben Banogu, TCU (#50)
    EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan (#51)
    EDGE Porter Gustin, USC (#60)
    EDGE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan (#134)
    EDGE Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma St. (#135)
    EDGE Jachai Polite, Florida (#139)

    LB Devin White, LSU (#4)
    LB Devin Bush, Michigan (#12)
    LB Germaine Pratt, N.C. State (#83)
    LB Justin Hollins, Oregon (#84)
    LB Christian Miller, Alabama (#90)
    LB Sione Takitaki, BYU (#91)
    LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii (#92)
    LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M (#95)
    LB David Long Jr., West Virginia (#96)
    LB Drew Tranquill, Notre Dame (#118)
    LB Otaro Alaka, Texas A&M (#119)
    LB Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin (#120)
    LB Cody Barton, Utah (#126)
    LB Bobby Okereke, Stanford (#127)
    LB Ty Summers, TCU (#130)
    LB Nate Hall, Northwestern (#146)
    LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington (#150)

    CB Byron Murphy, Washington (#29)
    CB Andraez Williams, LSU (#35)
    CB Julian Love, Notre Dame (#40)
    CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia (#48)
    CB David Long, Michigan (#52)
    CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple (#61)
    CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson (#62)
    CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston (#68)
    CB Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky (#69)
    CB Jamel Dean, Auburn (#88)
    CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan (#89)
    CB Justin Layne, Michigan St. (#93)
    CB Amani Oruwariye, Penn St. (#107)
    CB Tim Harris, Virginia (#121)
    CB Mark Fields, Clemson (#137)
    CB Kris Boyd, Texas (#141)
    CB Iman Marshall, USC (#143)
    CB Corey Ballentine, Washburn (#144)

    S Jonathan Abram, Mississippi St. (#30)
    S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida (#32)
    S Amani Hooker, Iowa (#33)
    S Juan Thornhill, Virginia (#41)
    S Nassir Adderley, Delaware (#42)
    S Will Harris, Boston College (#46)
    S Darnell Savage, Maryland (#47)
    S Zedrick Woods, Ole Miss (#109)
    S Ugo Amadi, Oregon (#110)
    S Marquis Blair, Utah (#112)
    S Mike Edwards, Kentucky (#113)
     
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    Boss stuff.

    Not sure if I will get an answer or not but curious as to why Jonah Williams checks in on the plus 25 bpa from a guy that I know has watched every snap he’s ever played. Is it positional fit at the next level more than anything else?

    And I’m glad to see rashan Gary top 6. At worst he has to be top 8 off that 17 tape.
     
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    Good stuff. Thanks Slimm.

    Not to hijack the thread, but can anyone answer if Simmons is strictly interior or do you see him playing as a strong side DE in base that kicks inside for different packages?
     
  11. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    You know, Jonah started out his Freshman year at right tackle and moved over the left side for his Sophomore and Junior seasons when Cam Robinson left. Fact is, Jonah played better at RT his freshman year than he ever did at LT. He's a great technician moreso than a great talent. He has a high football IQ, attention to detail, and understands why plays are run the way they are - and why defenses defend certain things the way they do.

    However, there's uncertainty around the position that Jonah, Dalton Risner, and Cody Ford are going to be best at the next level. All 3 are some of the safest picks in the draft in my opinion in terms of having more shots to stick somewhere as starters along the offensive line. But don't necessarily see the ability to cleanly dominate one position the way Jawaan Taylor, Bradbury, Dillard or Lindstrom might be able to. Jonah has had some struggles with length and power at left tackle. Not many. But in two national title games back to back against Georgia and Clemson, I felt like he struggled a little bit. Not disasters by any stretch, but certainly displayed some flaws. True freshman Alex Leatherwood had to come in for Jonah at LT against Georgia and completely dominated.
     
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    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    I think he's talented enough to play just about anywhere on the defensive line and do almost anything. He can win to the inside of his man or outside - with quickness or power. He doesn't lack the length that a lot of teams prefer in order to play as a strongside DE.
     
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    Thanks guys for all your hard work. Finheaven has the best draft section of any of the blogs out there. Always have good info and quality material to read. The debates and opinions within the draft threads are always respectful and allows for fans like myself to truly understand draft prospects. Finheaven draft guru's also have the patience and understanding to take the time to answer many of the draft or prospect questions that come their way!!! As usual a job well done.
     
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    It is an unusual year to see your top DB barley cracking the Top 30.

    Almost every year there is a corner who is Top 10.
     
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    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    It's certainly unusual. The top two cornerbacks are only RS Sophomores, they're so young. One only runs a 4.55 and the other has a lot of technical flaws to overcome - in addition to being a piss poor tackler.

    It's a slower CB class as a whole compared to what you see most years.
     
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