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Old 25.03.2019, 03:10 PM
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With the 48th pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the Miami Dolphins select:

Erik McCoy, Center, Texas A&M
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Old 25.03.2019, 05:15 PM
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With the 49th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns pick

Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson


Pairing him up with Denzel Ward should keep the Browns young at CB for a few years to come. A fairly injured bunch last year, a bit more quality at the position certainly won't hurt.
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Old 25.03.2019, 06:56 PM
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With the 50th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings pick

Elgton Jenkins OL Mississippi State


With Hockenson helping to shore up the line next to the tackles, it's time for some interior line help. Likely to start as guard, he's also a good back up for Elflein if he gets hurt.
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Old 25.03.2019, 10:15 PM
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With the 51st pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the New York Jets select:

Marquise Brown, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

Have seen my board (as it is) decimated in recent picks, having failed to secure a trade up into the 2nd, either because I didn’t have the capital or because I got greedy. As a result, I found myself going more towards BPA than need here, but I’m happy to get potentially the most explosive playmaker in the Draft to give the Samchise another weapon...
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With the 52nd pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

Amani Hooker, Safety, Iowa
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Old 26.03.2019, 08:27 AM
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With the 53rd pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select:

Deionte Thompson, Safety, Alabama

A do it all Safety with great range and ball skills at single high but also the ability to come into the box and cover man to man or hit hard in the run game. Does take some big risks but can learn to temper that from our veterans at the position.
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Old 26.03.2019, 10:49 AM
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With the 54th pick of the NFLUK 2019 Mock Draft the Dallas Cowboys select:

Zach Allen, DE, Boston College



I was hoping that he would drop to us at 58, but I lost my nerve and traded up to secure him, as he looks such a good fit to me. With Randy Gregory always either suspended or seemingly about to be suspended, we hopefully just need someone opposite D-Law (as long as he signs the franchise tag). Taco Charlton has been a bust so far, leaving us in need of help at DE.

Allen comes with a great motor, excellent instincts, and is good at identifying the play. Has achieved double digit tackles for loss in the last 3 seasons, and also has a 100 tackle season on his CV. If we succeed in the attempted trade for Robert Quinn (or Gregory stays clean, or Charlton finally delivers), then Allen could be kicked inside and play DT.

Scheme versatility, a high motor, and absolutely zero red flags. That's what we need to add to our D-Line.
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Old 26.03.2019, 11:28 AM
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With the 55th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select, Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia.



His separation windows may always be a little tighter, but his timing and ability to turn contested catches in his favor should make him a better pro than college player with an upside of WR2.

Always liked Ridley when I have watched Georgia play, only had 44 receptions but 9 of them went for TDs.
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Old 26.03.2019, 11:49 AM
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With the 56th pick, the Green Bay Packers select....

Andy Isabella, WR, UMass



Frighteningly fast, good hands, decent route running (although with some room for improvement - sometimes overcomplicates things). What's not to love? The kind of player that could thrive with a QB like Aaron Rodgers. He's being projected as a slot receiver but I see him more as someone you can use in a multitude of ways. He can make people miss and his yards per route run at college level is extremely good. Received the highest grade for a WR that PFF have ever given in 2018. Despite being at a small school he's performed well against some bigger schools such as Georgia and Boston College. I've watched so much tape on him I've just fallen in love (as you can probably tell by my eulogy).
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Old 26.03.2019, 02:37 PM
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With the 57th pick of the 2019 NFLUK Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select:


Darrell Henderson, Running Back, Memphis

Racked up 2000 yards from scrimmage last season with a combination of excellent field vision to see the gap and the patience and burst to get through the gap. Also has home run speed once he's into the secondary and profiles as a decent open field receiver and blocker too for obvious passing situations.
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