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Old 23.03.2019, 04:17 PM
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With the 28th pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers (via E-mail) select:

Dexter Lawrence, Defensive Tackle, Clemson
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Old 23.03.2019, 06:45 PM
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With the 29th pick of the NFLUK 2019 Mock Draft the Kansas City Chiefs select:

Jaylon Ferguson - Edge: LA Tech



A quote from the Chiefs GM: " a bit early, but fills a need".

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Old 23.03.2019, 08:42 PM
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With the 30th pick of the NFLUK 2019 Mock Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select:



Byron Murphy, Cornerback
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Tampa needs all the help they can get in their secondary, and seeing Murphy in trade range I wanted to go for it.
From a measurable stand point he's nothing special, but his instincts and how well he reads and anticipates routes is how he wins. He's exceptional in this regard. He's sticky in coverage when playing man, and his natural reads make him terrifc in zone. The physicality he brings doesn't match his size, he's a thumper of a tackler. If anything for longevity, may want to tone his physicality back a tad.
He makes up for his average physicals, excels pass them, and I would feel comfortable with his versatility to work in any scheme he is put in.

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Old 23.03.2019, 10:41 PM
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With the 31st pick in the 2019 NFLUK Mock Draft, the Washington Redskins select:

Nasir Adderley, FS, Delaware.



Strengths:

Physical defender who punches above his weight.
Movement skills - smooth backpedal and lateral movement.
Ability to affect plays coming downhill.
Cornerback experience.
Ball skills.

Weaknesses:

Can be fooled by misdirection.
Adequate range/pursuit speed.
Can get caught up in the trash.


Snapshot:

Despite his lack of size Adderley's physicality stands out on tape. He shows a willingness to take on offensive linemen in the hole, and the ability to deliver punishing hits on receivers and running backs alike. He's slightly undersized for the position, but his experience at corner is evident in how easily he moves around the field. He possibly lacks elite range and long speed, but this didn't prevent him from making plays on the ball on tape, albeit against lower level opposition.

The vision:

The Redskins signed Landon Collins to an enormous 6 year/$84m contract this off season. With that kind of investment they need to get the most out him, and that means playing him down in the box or at least closer to the line of scrimmage. To do that they need to add something they don't have, a versatile safety who can play the deep third of the field when required. That's where Adderley comes in. His physicality and ability to break on the ball should be well suited to the NFC East. There will be bumps in the road, but he's their starting FS before the year is out.

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Old 23.03.2019, 10:43 PM
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With the 32nd pick in the 2019 NFLUK draft, the Buffalo Bills select....... Hakeem Butler, Wide Receiver, Iowa State.

The Bills have speedsters and slot receivers aplenty, but needed an outside threat. Butler is a physical monster but still with the speed to suit the Bill's vertical passing game
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Old 24.03.2019, 02:10 AM
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With the 33rd pick of the draft the Arizona Cardinals select:-

Garrett Bradbury, OC, NC State, 6'3", 306lbs



"Bradbury is slender for the center spot and lacks in the power department, both in his hands and his anchor, but has insanely loose hips and flexible ankles which allow him to routinely win the leverage/angle battles on blocks most centers wouldn't come close to reaching. Tremendous combo blocker who's lightning quick finding linebackers at the second level. With more weight and strength, Bradbury can be an All-Pro interior blocker because of his athleticism and is the prototypical center you want in a zone-blocking scheme." - cbssports

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Old 24.03.2019, 10:40 AM
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With the 34th pick of the draft the Indianapolis Colts select...

AJ Brown, WR, Mississippi

The Colts have TY Hilton at receiver and that's it. They have a talented duo at TE in Ebron & Doyle, but they need another option or two out wide despite the peculiar signing of Devin Funchess in free agency. For this pick it was going to come down to Brown or Hakeem Butler and with Butler gone Brown was the easy choice. Capable of playing in the slot or outside the numbers he's a versatile weapon with lots to like.
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Old 24.03.2019, 12:49 PM
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With the 35th pick of the 2019 NFLUK Mock draft, the Denver Broncos select...

Irv Smith Jr, TE, Alabama

A badly needed more athletic upgrade at TE for the Broncos, big Irv is one of the most rounded in the class. Can already compete with others on the roster in terms of blocking, and has huge upside as a receiver - not super speed but excellent route runner to cause matchup difficulties - has the flexibility you want from a no1 TE and excellent potential to impact Denver's passing attack at various levels.
I think higher 2nd rnd is about the right spot for him and crucially IMO is the last one on my board before a fair drop to the next one so pulled the trigger now with the extra pick I got for dropping down before picking up Haskins.
(Full disclosure - Bradbury was my initial target at this spot!)
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Old 24.03.2019, 01:11 PM
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With the 36th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select, Taylor Rapp, S, Wasington.

Had 3 options, S, CB or WR, decided to stick with defense. Had 2 other safety's in mind but Rapp appeared to be the best available imo.
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Old 24.03.2019, 04:12 PM
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With the 37th pick in the 2019 NFLUK Mock Draft the Oakland Raiders select:

Josh Jacobs - Running Back: Alabama



The Raiders backfield, if any of it even stays on the roster, is getting old. Jacobs ran a slow 40 at his pro day (only Kareem Hunt slow mind you) but if he's still doing 4.6 40 yards downfield do I really care? Great vision and initial burst is what counts anyway.

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