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Pacific Takes 2019 NFL mock draft post-Combine: Andre Dillard moves into first round

Numerous Pac-12 players improved their stock coming out of the Combine.

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  1. Arizona - Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
  2. San Francisco - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
  3. Jets - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
  4. Oakland - Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
  5. Tampa Bay - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
  6. Giants - Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
  7. Jacksonville - Jawaan Taylor T Florida
  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 - Daniel Jones QB Duke
  14. Atlanta - Ed Oliver DT Houston
  15. Washington - DK Metcalf WR Mississippi
  16. Carolina - Greg Little T Mississippi
  17. Cleveland - AJ Brown WR Mississippi
  18. Minnesota - Cody Ford G Oklahoma
  19. Tennessee - Brian Burns DE Florida State
  20. Pittsburgh - DeAndre Baker CB Georgia
  21. Seattle - Andre Dillard T Washington State - The Seahawks can get a franchise tackle from just up the road in Woodinville, Washington. The Seahawks need to keep investing in the OL and a 300 plus skilled pass blocker who runs a 4.9 40 sounds perfect.
  22. Baltimore - Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
  23. Houston - Chris Lindstrom G Boston College
  24. Oakland - Taylor Rapp S Washington - The Raiders need to upgrade their entire secondary and a versatile star like Rapp would be perfect. He can stuff the run, rush the passer and defend long bombs. The Combine solidified him as a first round pick.
  25. Philadelphia - Greedy Williams CB LSU
  26. Indianapolis - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  27. Oakland - Jachai Polite DE Florida
  28. Chargers - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
  29. Kansas City - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
  30. Green Bay - TJ Hockensen TE Iowa
  31. Rams - Byron Murphy CB Washington - The Rams need corner help so how about adding another physical Husky alum at the position. Murphy has all of the potential of Marcus Peters and is more polished heading into the NFL.
  32. New England - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State

2nd Round

33. Arizona - Garrett Bradbury C NCState

34. Indianpolis - Rock-ya Sin CB Temple

35. Oakland - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

36. San Francisco - Jonathan Abram S Mississippi State

37. Giants - Zach Allen DE Boston College

38. Jacksonville - N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State - Harry seems like a first round pick to me, but my favorite mocks just don’t have him there. He will be a steal early-second and could be an instant star target for Nic Foles.

39. Tampa Bay - Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State

40. Buffalo - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

41. Denver - Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

42. Cincinnati - Noah Fant TE Iowa

43. Detroit - Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama

44. Green Bay - Elgton Jenkins C Mississippi State

45. Atlanta - Erik McCoy C Texas A&M

46. Washington - Ryan Finley QB NCState

47. Carolina - Jamel Dean CB Auburn

48. Miami - Chase Winovich DE Michigan

49. Cleveland - Jerry Tillery DT Notre Dame

50. Minnesota - Devin Bush LB Michigan

51. Tennessee - Germaine Pratt LB NCState

52. Pittsburgh - Mack Wilson LB Alabama

53. Philadelphia - Damien Harris RB Alabama

54. Houston - Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic

55. Houston - Julian Love CB Notre Dame

56. New England - Kelvin Harman WR NCState

57. Philadelphia - Dalton Risner T Kansas State

58. Dallas - Juan Thornhill S Virginia

59. Indianapolis - Riley Ridley WR Georgia

60. Chargers - Vosean Joseph LB Florida

61. Kansas City - Benny Snell Jr. RB Kentucky

62. New Orleans - Gerald Willis III DT Miami

63. Kansas City - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida

64. New England - Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern