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Memento's Way Too Early 2019 Mock Draft.

Discussion in 'NFL DRAFT / COLLEGE FOOTBALL' started by Memento, May 7, 2018.

  1. Memento

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    I know, I know. Way too early to think about it, right? My personal opinion is that it's never too early to look to the future. So, that's what I'm going to do!

    1 - Greedy Williams, CB, LSU.

    3 - Noah Fant, TE, Iowa.

    3 (compensatory pick for Watkins) - Lukas Denis, FS, Boston College.

    3 (compensatory pick for Tru) - Olive Sagapolu, NT, Wisconsin.

    4 - Chase Winovich, OLB, Michigan.

    5 - Hjalte Froholdt, OG, Arkansas.

    6 - Daniel Cooney, OT, University of San Diego.

    Thoughts, comments, and critiques are more than welcome!
     
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  2. Dodgersrf

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    The only thing I know, is that if this is our draft, then our Oline must be in good shape.
    Considering that Saffold, Brown and Hav may or may not be here in '19
     
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    I know nothing about these players but I will say what a great first name for a cornerback and how sweet it is to see a 1st round pick!!!
     
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    Noah Fant is gonna be a stud. Should be the best TE in the draft. Wouldnt be surprised if hes a 1st rounder depending upon his season.
     
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    Love the motor on Chase Winovich. And what a name for a football player!
     
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    Greedy is going top 10
     
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  8. PressureD41

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    Ya, good start. But need more OL. Keep them coming! (y)
     
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    With a name like Greedy, how could he not? Thank @Memento not even thinking college yet, but love it and no trades for you yet either, nice!
     
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  10. Memento

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    Yeah, turns out that you're right; we are most definitely going to need offensive linemen in next year's draft, even with Havenstein re-signing.

    Yeah, the name alone makes me want to draft him.

    Definitely think that he could be a first rounder if he continues to improve.

    Winovich is probably not going to be at the spot I pegged him at; he had a hell of a game against Notre Dame.

    Thanks! Keep an eye out for the next one!

    I know that Champ is banned, but I still want to reply to this. I don't think that Greedy is going top ten. There's so many talented defensive line prospects and newcomers at cornerback that a guy like Greedy could very well be overshadowed.

    True that. Especially since Demby's gone to the Lions. My next one will definitely include more OL.

    Thank you! I know that trades are part of my mocks, but I wanted to do something without trades for once.

    Anyway, I wanted to post all of these replies because I'm getting the itch to do another mock draft sooner rather than later. I know that it's unbecoming of a Super Bowl contender to do that, but that's never stopped me before, am I right? I'd have probably done one during the GSOT, lawl. Next post will be the next mock.
     
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  11. Memento

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    All right. Here we go!

    1 - Anfernee Jennings, ILB, Alabama.



    A replacement for Barron, if he happens to get cut in the offseason. Dominant run stopper, great pass rusher, can play ILB or OLB in a 3-4. Only reason he falls to #32 is because of a knee injury and because he played DE recently, so might be raw in coverage.

    3 - Blessuan Austin, CB, Rutgers.



    Our newest corner to replace Talib's spot in the cornerback rotation (assuming Talib plays FS replacing Joyner). Decent size, solid ball skills, better in coverage.

    3 (compensatory pick for Trumaine Johnson) - Youhanna Ghaifan, DT, Wyoming.



    Raw long-term replacement for Suh (assuming Westbrooks plays DT until he's ready). Stout and a hell of a pass rusher. Great fit for Wade's system.

    3 (compensatory pick for Sammy Watkins) - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri.



    My prospect crush and a third tight end. Red-zone threat, huge target, good speed. Great compliment to Everett, if he ever turns it up.

    4 - O'Shane Ximines, OLB, Old Dominion.



    An addition for our OLB corps. Freakish athlete, possible Khalil Mack lite if things go right for him.

    5 - Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson.



    Another backup for left tackle. Technical skills through the roof and a hell of a pass-protector, but needs to seriously gain weight and strength.

    6 - Ului Lapuaho, OG/RT, BYU.



    Demby's replacement. Mountain of a man with long arms, but might be a bit too heavy at 355 lbs. and might need to lose weight.

    6 (compensatory pick for Derek Carrier) - Ulysses Gilbert III, ILB, Akron.



    A backup inside linebacker to replace Hager on special teams and possibly even more. Small, but fast and has insane production.

    7 (compensatory pick for Cody Davis) - Clifton Duck, CB, Appalachian State.



    A backup cornerback because you can never have too many. Crazy ball skills, but is tiny and thin.

    Let me know how I did!