2019 NFL Mock Draft: Updated Projections with Trades (Post Free Agency)

The 2019 NFL Draft could go down as one of the craziest drafts in recent memory.

Welcome to another 2019 Mock Draft from Front Row Football. Free Agency is fully underway and the 2019 NFL Draft is closing in. Check out our updated projections for the First Round below; we added some trades to make it interesting!

*denotes projected trade

1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

The jury is still out on what the Cardinals will do at #1, but it truly seems like Kyler Murray will be the pick. Selecting a QB, in the top 10, in back to back years is completely unprecedented and this pick would be shocking. A small part of me thinks that the Cardinals are bluffing, but if they aren’t I wouldn’t be shocked. I’m personally hoping this does happen and I am also praying that Josh Rosen ends up as a Giant.

2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

This would be a dream scenario for the Niners. They land the best player in the Draft while drafting second overall. San Francisco has some solid young players on both sides of the ball and Bosa would be an exciting player to throw into that mix. The combination of Bosa and newly acquired Dee Ford would do wonders for the Niners pass rush, which ranked tied for 22nd last year.

3. New York Jets: Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

Sources say the Jets are open to trading down here, but I don’t know if they will be able to get a deal done. Josh Allen is a blue-chip prospect and had two years of tremendous production in the SEC. Allen would be a can’t miss selection for the Jets and Allen also would fill a big hole on the Jets’ Defense.

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