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Pacific Takes Pac-12 Perspective 2019 NFL mock draft 1.24.19: two Washington Huskies go in first round

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  1. Arizona - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
  2. San Francisco - Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
  3. Jets - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
  4. Oakland - Ed Oliver DT Houston
  5. Tampa Bay - Jawaan Taylor T Florida
  6. Giants - Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
  7. Jacksonville - Daniel Jones QB Duke
  8. Detroit - Rashan Gary DE Michigan
  9. Buffalo - Jonah Williams T Alabama
  10. Denver - Drew Lock QB Missouri
  11. Cincinnati - Devin White LB LSU
  12. Green Bay - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
  13. Miami - Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
  14. Atlanta - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  15. Washington - AJ Brown WR Mississippi
  16. Carolina - Deandre Baker CB Georgia
  17. Cleveland - Cody Ford G Oklahoma
  18. Minnesota - Greg Little T Mississippi
  19. Tennessee - Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama
  20. Pittsburgh - Jachai Polite DE Florida
  21. Seattle - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State
  22. Baltimore - Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
  23. Houston - Taylor Rapp S Washington - Rapp was everything for Washington’s defense for the past three seasons and it showed as their defense struggled without him in the Rose Bowl. He should be the first safety off the board in the draft to a team that needs DB help at the back of the first round.
  24. Oakland- Greedy Williams CB LSU
  25. Philadelphia - Byron Murphy CB Washington - Murphy is too talented to make it out of the first round. A team like Philadelphia or Kansas City that needs CB help will likely take him towards the back of the first round.
  26. Indianapolis - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
  27. Oakland - D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi
  28. Chargers - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
  29. Kansas City - Mack Wilson LB Alabama
  30. Green Bay - Noah Fant TE Iowa
  31. Rams - Zach Allen DE Boston College
  32. New England - N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State - The Patriots need help at WR. How about inserting a guy with outrageous talent and production who is a steal late in the first round?

Second Round

33. Arizona - Andre Dillard T Washington State - The super talented and proven left tackle is moving up boards and should keep going up as the Draft nears. I could see Dillard slipping into the end of the first if there are teams there that need linemen bad.

34. Indianapolis - Jonathan Abram S Mississippi State

35. Giants - Chris Lindstrom G Boston College

36. Oakland - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State

37. San Francisco - Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State

38. Jacksonville - JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford - I could see JJAW getting into the first round, but he’s an early-second round prospect at worst if he doesn’t.

39. Tampa Bay - Brian Burns DE Florida State

40. Buffalo - TJ Hockenson TE Iowa

41. Denver - Devin Bush LB Michigan

42. Cincinnati - Will Grier QB West Virginia

43. Detroit - Vosean Joseph LB Florida

44. Green Bay - Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

45. Atlanta - Jalen Jelks DE Oregon - The issues with UCLA alum Takkarist McKinley means the Falcons might need to get a new pass rusher. Jelks should be the best available in the second round.

46. Washington - Justice Hill RB Oklahoma State

47. Carolina - Michael Jordan G Ohio State

48. Miami - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

49. Cleveland - Kelvin Harmon WR NCState

50. Minnesota - Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana Tech

51. Tennessee - Elgton Jenkins C Mississippi State

52. Pittsburgh - Germaine Pratt LB NCState

53. Philadelphia - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

54. Houston - Erik McCoy C Texas A&M

55. Houston - Damien Harris RB Alabama

56. New England - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida

57. Philadelphia - Benny Snell RB Kentucky

58. Indianapolis - D’Andre Walker LB Georgia

59. Dallas - Isaiah Buggs DE Alabama

60. Chargers - Tre Lamar LB Clemson

61. Kansas City - Jamel Dean CB Auburn

62. New Orleans - Juan Thornhill S Virginia

63. Rams - Julian Love CB Notre Dame

64. New England - Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern