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2019 Pacific Takes NFL Mock Draft 4.9.19: Andre Dillard goes to Vikings in first round

We update our Pac-12-focused mock draft post-combine a few weeks out from the draft.

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  1. Arizona - Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
  2. San Francisco - Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
  3. Jets - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
  4. Oakland - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
  5. Tampa Bay - Devin White LB LSU
  6. Giants - Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
  7. Jacksonville - Jawaan Taylor T Florida
  8. Detroit - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
  9. Buffalo - Ed Oliver DT Houston
  10. Denver - Drew Lock QB Missouri
  11. Cincinnati - Daniel Jones QB Duke
  12. Green Bay - TJ Hockenson TE Iowa
  13. Miami - Rashan Gary DE Michigan
  14. Atlanta - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  15. Washington - DK Metcalf WR Mississippi
  16. Carolina - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
  17. Giants - Jonah Williams T Alabama
  18. Minnesota - Andre Dillard T Washington State - Dillard has climbed up draft boards the past few months and for good reason - he’s a crazy good pass blocker who can really move for a guy with his size. I wouldn’t be shocked to climb all the way into the Top 10 on draft night.
  19. Tennessee - Brian Burns DE Florida State
  20. Pittsburgh - Devin Bush LB Michigan
  21. Seattle - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
  22. Baltimore - AJ Brown WR Mississippi
  23. Houston - Greg Little T Mississippi
  24. Oakland - Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
  25. Philadelphia - Chris Lindstrom G Boston College
  26. Indianapolis - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
  27. Oakland - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State
  28. Chargers - Cody Ford T Oklahoma
  29. Kansas City - Byron Murphy CB Washington - Murphy has become maybe the draft’s top cornerback, but part of that has to do with other CBs sliding down. He’s still a first round pick though and will fall to one of the teams that need DB help at the back of the round.
  30. Green Bay - Erik McCoy C Texas A&M
  31. Rams - Zach Allen DE Boston College
  32. New England - Noah Fant TE Iowa

Second Round

33. Arizona - N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State - The Cardinals can give Murray a local playmaker. I still don’t know how Harry isn’t a first round pick, but he seems to be mocked as early-second now.

34. Indianapolis - Jonathan Abram S Mississippi State

35. Oakland - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

36. San Francisco - Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

37. Giants - Deandre Baker CB Georgia

38. Jacksonville - Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama

39. Tampa Bay - Greedy Williams CB LSU

40. Buffalo - Garrett Bradbury C NCState

41. Denver - Jachai Polite DE Florida

42. Cincinnati - Jerry Tiller DT Notre Dame

43. Detroit - Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State

44. Green Bay - Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

45. Atlanta - Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple

46. Washington - Will Grier QB West Virginia

47. Carolina - Elgton Jenkins C Mississippi State

48. Miami - Ryan Finley QB NCState

49. Cleveland - Justin Layne CB Michigan State

50. Minnesota - Damien Harris RB Alabama

51. Tennessee - Kelvin Harmon WR NCState

52. Pittsburgh - Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M

53. Philadelphia - D’Andre Walker LB Georgia

54. Houston - Benny Snell RB Kentucky

55. Houston - Jamel Dean CB Auburn

56. New England - Juan Thornhill S Virginia

57. Philadelphia - Nassir Adderley S Delaware

58. Dallas - Vosean Joseph LB Florida

59. Indianapolis - JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford - Andrew Luck could use another Stanford great to work with. JJAW is the best jumpball receiver I’ve seen in a long time and could be a great red zone threat right away at the next level.

60. Chargers - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida

61. Kansas City - Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana Tech

62. New Orleans - Taylor Rapp S Washington - Rapp seemed like a guaranteed first round pick at the Combine to me, but he ran a 4.7 40 at Washington’s pro day and I think that’s going to really hurt his draft stock at raise questions about a lingering injury that kept him out of the Rose Bowl.

63. Kansas City - Mack Wilson LB Alabama

64. New England - Andy Isabella WR UMass