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Final Pacific Takes 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Only Three Pac-12 players go in first round

Five rounds of Pac-12-focused mock draft.

Pac 12 Championship - Utah v Washington Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
  1. Arizona - Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
  2. San Francisco - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
  3. Jets - Ed Oliver DT Houston
  4. Oakland - Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
  5. Tampa Bay - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
  6. Giants - Devin White LB LSU
  7. Jacksonville - Jonah Williams T Alabama
  8. Detroit - Brian Burns DE Florida State
  9. Buffalo - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  10. Denver - Jawaan Taylor T Florida
  11. Cincinnati - Drew Lock QB Missouri
  12. Green Bay - TJ Hockenson TE Iowa
  13. Miami - Rashan Gary DE Michigan
  14. Atlanta - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
  15. Washington - Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
  16. Carolina - Andre Dillard - Dillard could go as high as number seven and shouldn’t drop below the Top 20.
  17. Giants - Daniel Jones QB Duke
  18. Minnesota - Garrett Bradbury C NCState
  19. Tennessee - Erik McCoy C Texas A&M
  20. Pittsburgh - Devin Bush LB Michigan
  21. Seattle - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
  22. Baltimore - DK Metcalf WR Mississippi
  23. Houston - Cody Ford G Oklahoma
  24. Oakland - Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
  25. Philadelphia - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State
  26. Indianapolis - Jerry Tillery DT Notre Dame
  27. Oakland - Byron Murphy CB Washington - Murphy should be the first CB off the board and land at the end of the first round.
  28. Chargers - Greg Little T Mississippi
  29. Seattle - N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State - Harry is rising back up draft boards and for good reason. I think he should sneak into the first round.
  30. Green Bay - AJ Brown WR Mississippi
  31. Rams - Chris Lindstrom G Boston College
  32. New England - Noah Fant TE Iowa

Second Round

33. Arizona - Elgton Jenkins C Mississippi State

34. Indianapolis - Nassir Adderley S Delaware

35. Oakland - Jonathan Abram S Mississippi State

36. San Francisco - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

37. Giants - Greedy Williams CB LSU

38. Jacksonville - Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama

39. Tampa Bay - Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson

40. Buffalo - Kaleb McGary T Washington - The 6’8 McGary’s crazy physical tools could push him as high as the Top 20, but I think he lands in the second round.

41. Denver - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State

42. Cincinnati - Deandre Baker CB Georgia

43. Detroit - Justin Layne CB Michigan State

44. Green Bay - Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple

45. Atlanta - Jachai Polite DE Florida

46. Washington - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson

47. Carolina - Jamel Dean CB Auburn

48. Miami - Ryan Finley QB NCState

49. Cleveland - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida

50. Minnesota - Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

51. Tennessee - Renell Wren DT Arizona State - Wren blew up leading up to the draft and has turned himself into a second or third round prospect.

52. Pittsburgh - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

53. Philadelphia - Damien Harris RB Alabama

54. Houston - D’Andre Walker LB Georgia

55. Houston - David Montgomery RB Iowa State

56. New England - Kelvin Harmon WR NCState

57. Philadelphia - Vosean Joseph LB Florida

58. Dallas - Juan Thornhill S Virginia

59. Indianapolis - Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State

60. Chargers - LJ Collier DE TCU

61. Kansas City - Dalton Risner T Kansas State

62. New Orleans - Darnell Savage S Maryland

63. Kansas City - Mack Wilson LB Alabama

64. New England - Zach Allen DE Boston College

3rd Round

65. Arizona - Riley Ridley WR Georgia

66. Pittsburgh - Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State

67. San Francisco - Tytus Howard T Alabama State

68. Jets - Connor McGovern C Penn State

69. Jacksonville - Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana Tech

70. Tampa Bay - Chase Winovich DE Michigan

71. Denver - Will Grier QB West Virginia

72. Cincinnati - Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M

73. New England - Dru Samia G Oklahoma

74. Buffalo - Taylor Rapp S Washington - An injury pushed Rapp out of the first round because of a slow 40 time. Otherwise, he would go much sooner.

75. Green Bay - Oshane Ximines DE Old Dominion

76. Washington - JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford - JJAW’s lack of speed hurt him in the draft, but he’s a pure player that I think ends up carving out a really nice career.

77. Carolina - Ben Banogu DE TCU

78. Miami - Jahlani Tavai LB Hawaii

79. Atlanta - Julian Love CB Notre Dame

80. Cleveland - Trysten Hill DT UCF

81. Minnesota - Josh Oliver TE San Jose State

82. Tennessee - Miles Boykin WR Notre Dame

83. Pittsburgh - Christian Miller DE Alabama

84. Seattle - Saivion Smith CB Alabama

85. Baltimore - Miles Sanders RB Penn State

86. Houston - Andy Isabella WR UMass

87. Chicago - Isaiah Johnson CB Houston

88. Detroit - Kahale Waring TE San Diego State

89. Indianapolis - JoeJuan Williams CB Vanderbilt

90. Dallas - Khalen Saunders DT Western Illinois

91. Chargers - Jarrett Stidham QB Auburn

92. Kansas City - Myles Gaskin RB Washington - Gaskin lacks NFL running back size, but he’s a great overall player a change of pace back at the next level.

93. Jets - Terrill Hanks LB New Mexico State

94. Rams - Maxx Crosby DE Eastern Michigan

95. Giants - Michael Jordan G Ohio State

96. Washington - Isaiah Prince T Ohio State

97. New England - Lonnie Johnson Jr. CB Kentucky

98. Jacksonville - Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic

99. Rams - Justice Hill RB Oklahoma State

100. Carolina - Damon Knox TE Mississippi

101. New England - Deionte Thompson S Alabama

102. Baltimore - Chris Slayton DT Syrcause

4th Round

103. Arizona - David Edwards T Wisconsin

104. San Francisco - Amani Hooker S Iowa

105. Jets - Will Harris S Boston College

106. Oakland - Yodny Cajuste T West Virginia

107. Tampa Bay - Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M

108. Giants - Austin Bryant DE Clemson

109. Jacksonville - Michael Deiter G Wisconsin

110. Cincinnati - Dennis Daley T South Carolina

111. Detroit - Germaine Pratt LB NCState

112. Buffalo - Caleb Wilson TE UCLA - One of the best pass-catching TEs in the draft, don’t be surprised if he ends up going soon than this.

113. Baltimore - Trey Pipkins T Sioux Falls

114. Green Bay - Hjalte Froholdt G Arkansas

115. Carolina - Dexter Williams RB Notre Dame

116. Miami - Wes Hills RB Slippery Rock

117. Atlanta - Emanuel Hall WR Missouri

118. Green Bay - Mike Weber RB Ohio State

119. Cleveland - Jimmy Moreland CB James Madison

120. Minnesota - Justin Hollins LB Oregon - An underrated edge rusher with great size, Hollins is a steal in the 4th round.

121. Tennessee - Kaden Smith TE Stanford - Another steal in my opinion, Smith has first round potential, but just never put it all together at Stanford.

122. Pittsburgh - Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern

123. Baltimore - Greg Gaines DT Washington - He’s short and has small arms, but is relentless and can rush the passer as a true DT.

124. Seattle - Nate Davis T Charlotte

125. Denver - Corey Ballentine CB Washburn

126. Chicago - Anthony Nelson DE Iowa

127. Philadelphia - Sean Bunting CB Central Michigan

128. Dallas - Jordan Brailford DE Oklahoma State

129. Indianapolis - Cameron Smith LB USC - A great true inside linebacker with NFL-ready size.

130. C1argers - Blake Cashman LB Minnesota

131. Buffalo - Benny Snell Jr. RB Kentucky

132. Giants - Phil Haynes G Wake Forest

133. Rams - Dru Tranquil LB Notre Dame

134. New England - John Cominsky T Charleston

135. Indianapolis - Max Scharping T Northern Illinois

136. Dallas - Darius Slayton WR Auburn

137. Atlanta - Te’Von Coney LB Notre Dame

138. Philadelphia - Joe Jackson DE Miami

5th Round

139. Arizona - Darrell Henderson RB Memphis

140. Oakland - Jalen Jelks DE Oregon - His stock fell as the draft approached, he’s still a great pass rusher with good size though.

141. Pittsburgh - Michael Jackson CB Miami

142. Giants - David Sills WR West Virginia

143. Giants - Chuma Edoga T USC - Quietly one of the best linemen coming out the Pac-12 this year, he has great physical tools.

144. Cleveland - Isaiah Buggs DT Alabama

145. Tampa Bay - Ka’Dar Hollman CB Toledo

146. Detroit - Bryce Love RB Stanford - Love is one of the best overall players in the draft. However, injuries and lack of size have pushed him way down the board where he could be a massive steal.

147. Buffalo - Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State

148. Denver - Dax Raymond TE Utah State

149. Cincinnati - Ryquell Armstead RB Temple

150. Green Bay - Gerald Willis DT Miami

151. Miami - Iman Marshall CB USC - Just another elite athlete from USC in the back half of the draft.

152. Atlanta - Olisaemeka Udoh T Elon

153. Washington - DaMarkus Lodge WR Mississippi

154. Carolina - Gary Jennings WR West Virginia

155. Cleveland - LJ Scott RB Michigan State

156. Denver - Ryan Bates T Penn State

157. Tennessee - Sheldrick Redwine CB Miami

158. Buffalo - Porter Gustin DE USC - Another player hampered by injuries. He may have been the Pac-12’s best pass rusher when healthy the past two seasons.

159. Seattle - Marvell Tell S USC - An underrated talent in his career, Tell could have a long career as a steady safety in the NFL.

160. Baltimore - Kyle Shurmur QB Vanderbilt

161. Houston - Donald Parham TE Stetson

162. Chicago - TJ Edwards LB Wisconsin

163. Philadelphia - Daylon Mack DT Texas A&M

164. Indianapolis - Charles Omenihu DE Texas

165. Dallas - Terry McLaurin WR Ohio State

166. Chargers - Mike Edwards S Kentucky

167. Kansas City - David Long CB Michigan

168. New Orleans - Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon - One of the most-underrated players in the nation in 2018 and a go-to receiver at the next level on the right team.

169. Rams - Ben Burr-Kirven LB Washington - Not big, but great in pass coverage and ultra reliable.

170. Cleveland - Beau Benzschawel G Wisconsin

171. Giants - Terry Beckner Jr. DE Missouri

172. Atlanta - Lukas Denis S Boston College

173. Washington - Tyler Roemer T San Diego State