3 Rounds of Mock Draft for 2019 NFL Draft: NFC Teams

It is officially NFL Draft season! To celebrate the Fanalysts dynasty team performed a 3 round mock draft for all 32 NFL Teams. The results of the draft, broken down by division then team, are listed below. Every team has a full list of their draft picks and an analysis of their overall 3 round draft.

This article will will focus on the NFC teams.

For more on the fantasy football values of the 2019 Draft Class, check out the 48 Report: our 2019 Rookie Database

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles

Round 1, 25th Overall: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

Round 2, 53rd Overall: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington

Round 2, 55th Overall: Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

Analysis: The Eagles score solid support for their secondary with Murphy in the back end of the first round. Andre Dillard likely won’t fall this far in the NFL Draft but if he does he would give them great depth and would have the time to develop as an eventual replacement for their aging tackles. Justice Hill is a dynamic pass catching back who can perfectly compliment Jordan Howard’s role in the offense.

Matt Hicks

Dallas Cowboys

Round 2, 58th Overall: Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State

Round 3, 90th Overall: Renell Wren, iDL, Arizona State

Analysis: With just 2 picks in the first 2 days the Cowboys need to be strategic with their picks. Kahale Warring gives them a very athletic, but raw, tight end who could develop into a huge weapon for Prescott and the Cowboys offense. Wren helps them address their need on the defensive side of the trenches. Alternatively, Dallas could also look for help along the offensive line or look for a high upside wideout.

Matt Hicks

New York Giants

Round 1, 6th Overall: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

Round 1, 17th Overall: Devin Bush, ILB, Michigan

Round 2, 37th Overall: Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan

Round 3, 95th Overall: Stanley Morgan, WR, Nebraska

Bush and Winovich give the Giants two dynamic pass rushers on the defensive side of the ball. Gettleman wants to win in the trenches and Jawaan Taylor is the best pure offensive tackle in the draft; making him a clear choice with their 6th overall pick. Stanley Morgan is a gadget-type player who can help the Giants work the shortfield with Eli Manning at the helm. The Giants don’t yet have a clear vision forward under Gettleman but with these 4 players highlighting their draft class things are going to start looking a lot clearer in New York.

Matt Hicks

Washington/Salt Lake (RIP)

Round 1, 15th Overall: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

Round 2, 46th Overall: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

Round 3, 76th Overall: Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

Washington will be looking for their quarterback of the future with Case Keenum bridging a terrible Alex Smith injury with last season’s Ohio State star. Haskins has a lot of developing to do but can fit in Gruden’s scheme after hopefully a “redshirt” year in 2019. Haskins gets paired up with his Ohio State teammate in Parris Campbell; who is fast, a good route runner, and could help break Washington’s streak of struggling wide receivers. Amani Hooker pairs up nicely with Landon Collins and helps their defense continue to be the foundation of their roster.

Matt Hicks

NFC North:

Chicago Bears

3rd round, 87th overall: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

The Chicago Bears have very little draft capital in the 2019 NFL Draft.  Luckily, the Bears don’t have a ton of holes on the roster. One of the glaring needs is a well rounded running back, especially with trading Jordan Howard away.  I think Chicago could have gone RB later and addressed EDGE or secondary here, but Josh Jacobs stood out for me here. Josh Jacobs is a very powerful runner, is very agile and is more than capable of producing in the passing game.  Jacobs and Tarik Cohen would be a deadly combo if Chicago could pull this off.

Mike Colaianne

Minnesota Vikings

1st round, 18th overall: Garrett Bradbury, iOL, NC State

2nd round, 50th overall: Michael Deiter, OT, Wisconsin

3rd round, 81st overall: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

Minnesota needs to address the offensive line in this draft.  They just paid Kirk Cousins last season and invested solid draft capitol into Dalvin Cook.  The Vikings need to protect these weapons and allow the offense to produce at the level it should be.  Bradbury and Deiter should both be able to contribute right away and help take this offense to the next level.  I think Marquise Brown would be a great fit in this offense. Brown can help stretch the field, which would help create even more space for Thielen and Diggs.

Mike Colaianne

Green Bay Packers

1st round, 12th overall: Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

1st round, 30th overall: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida

2nd round, 44th overall: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

3rd round, 75th overall: Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke

Defense, Defense, Defense! That should be the main priority for Green Bay.  They have had some nice signings in free agency, such as Adrian Amos, but this defense is far from being a complete unit.  Sweat is an athletic freak that can give the Packers some much needed pass rush. Gardner-Johnson is a very versatile player that can fill many different roles in the defense.  Giles-Harris is a very intelligent player that should be able to play right away. Finally, Arcega-Whiteside can be the huge red zone threat that Jimmy Graham never was.

Mike Colaianne

Detroit Lions

1st round, 8th overall: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa

2nd round, 43rd overall: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State

3rd round, 88th overall: L.J. Collier, EDGE, TCU

Pass rush, cornerback and tight end seem to be the biggest needs for Detroit.  Honestly, they can probably address these three positions in any order in the draft.  Hockenson is a rarity in the sense that he is a great blocker and pass catcher. His balance will allow him to play right away and stay on the field no matter the situation.  Layne was converted to a cornerback after his freshman year and has developed quickly. He is a very physical player that will fit nicely opposite of Darius Slay. Collier is a player that can be moved around the defensive line and will compete no matter what position he is in.

Mike Colaianne

NFC South:

Carolina Panthers

1st Round, 16th Overall: Rashaan Gary, EDGE, Michigan

2nd Round, 47th Overall: Greg Little, T, Ole Miss

3rd Round, 77th Overall: Tytus Howard, T, Alabama State

3rd Round, 100th Overall: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

Analysis: I took mercy on the Panthers and gave them a very good pass rusher in Rashaan Gary out of Michigan. They could use a bit more pass rush and Gary was too good to pass up. The next two picks are tackles… Because the Panthers MUST PROTECT CAM AT ALL COSTS. There were reports that Cam might need shoulder surgery and could miss the season earlier in the year but he opted for a more minor procedure. This doesn;t change the fact that the Carolina Offensive Line was just that, Offensive. I rounded it out by taking Damien Harris. Imagine a 1-2 punch of McCaffrey and Harris? Sure, for fantasy is might be a bit of a downer but that tandem would be a PROBLEM.

Eric Adams

New Orleans Saints

Round 2, 62nd Overall: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

Analysis: Quite a bit to digest here, try not to get overwhelmed. Taylor Rapp is a draft crush of mine. This guy thumps with the best of them and a big hitting safety is just what the doctor ordered for a New Orleans team that would probably like to hit anything that moves at the moment. Other than that, take a load off New Orleans, don’t think you’ll be doing much drafting this year.

Eric Adams

Atlanta Falcons

Round 1, 14th Overall: Ed Oliver, iDL, Houston

Round 2, 45th Overall: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

Round 3, 79th Overall: D’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia

Analysis: The Atlanta Falcons needed to shore up their deficiencies on the defensive end and this was a perfect start for them. With this draft, you want to go after some of these positions early before they dry up. Ed Oliver is a great get at 14 and sort of the best player available move. As good as he is, he should be able to win out in training camp and/or start sooner rather than later. Love and Walker are great depth picks who could also end up starting in the first couple of years.

Christopher Nelson

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 1, 5th Overall: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

Round 2, 39th Overall: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

Round 3, 70th Overall: David Long, CB, Michigan

Analysis: With Jonah Williams available at the 5th pick, it was an easy decision to add him to a offensive line that sorely needs him. Mack Wilson went a little higher than some expected, but with the loss of Kwon Alexander this was a move that was needed. This gives him time to learn and grow behind Beckwith and David while providing depth. The pick of David Long brings in a corner who works really well against smaller receivers who would work will in the slot.

Christopher Nelson

NFC West:

Arizona Cardinals

Round 1, 1st Overall: Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

Round 2, 34th Overall: Chris Lindstrom, iOL, Boston College

Round 3, 66th Overall: Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

Analysis: The Cardinals have a lot of needs on their roster, replacing the franchise quarterback they traded up for in last year’s draft is not one of those needs. Instead, they need to stay the path of Rosen and take Bosa with the first overall pick. Lindstrom is a very valuable pick in the early 2nd; he would provide instant support for Arizona’s offensive line. Emanuel Hall would be a dangerous weapon for them along the outside. He would help stretch the field while Kirk and Fitzgerald work the underneath.

Matt Hicks

Los Angeles Rams

1st round, 31st overall: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

3rd round, 94th overall: Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota

3rd round, 99th overall: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

The one glaring need I didn’t address for Los Angeles here is the offensive line.  I could definitely see them addressing that early in the early rounds of the draft.  The reason for taking Oruwariye instead of o-line is that they need the depth there. Peters and Talib are both free agents after 2019 and Oruwariye is a versatile player that makes big plays.  Cashman is a great athlete that can play on all three downs in the NFL. If the Rams are truly worried about Gurley’s knee, getting Sanders in the third could be a steal. Sanders can do a little bit of everything and take some of the load off Gurley.  

Mike Colaianne

Seattle Seahawks

1st round, 21st overall: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

3rd round, 84th overall: Dru Samia, iOL, Oklahoma

The recent Doug Baldwin news really influenced my picks for Seattle.  I planned on going cornerback, but as Baldwin is having a harder time staying on the field, Seattle can’t rely on Tyler Lockett to be their #1 go-to guy.  Butler would fit into this offense nicely and I think him and Lockett could be a very nice combo for Russell Wilson. Samia was a 4 year starter at Oklahoma and has the athleticism and technique to play right away.  Some other positions you could see Seattle address in the draft are cornerback and pass rusher.

Mike Colaianne

San Francisco 49ers

1st round, 2nd overall: Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

2nd round, 36th overall: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

3rd round, 67th overall: Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech

San Francisco needs to address a lot of needs, but they are also picking 1.02 for a reason. The most important thing to do is add talent, especially at the top end. Brian Burns is a top notch edge rusher and a worthy player of a top 2 pick. Possibly a better pure pass rusher than Bosa, Burns gives their defense a shot in the arm that they need to make some big plays and help support their increasingly high powered offense. Deandre Baker in the second round is another nice addition to that defense. He is a quality athlete that would step right in as a starter. Wesley is an upside swing that could really work out in that offense. He fills an archetype on the boundary that they do not currently have.

Josh Padgett

3 Rounds of Mock Draft for 2019 NFL Draft: AFC Teams

It is officially NFL Draft season! To celebrate the Fanalysts dynasty team performed a 3 round mock draft for all 32 NFL Teams. The results of the draft, broken down by division then team, are listed below. Every team has a full list of their draft picks and an analysis of their overall 3 round draft.

This article features the AFC teams. Keep an eye out for the NFC article!

For more on the fantasy football values of the 2019 Draft Class, check out the 48 Report: our 2019 Rookie Database

AFC East

New England Patriots

1st Round, 32nd Overall: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama

2nd Round, 56th Overall: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College

2nd Round, 64th Overall: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

3rd Round, 73rd Overall: Andy Isabella, WR, UMass

3rd Round, 97th Overall: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

3rd Round, 101st Overall: Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State

Analysis: The Patriots have 12 picks and 6 in the top 101 selections. Let’s start with the fact that they are practically guaranteed to be on the move in this draft. Expect trades up and down the board from New England. With that said, doubling up at tight end and receiver makes sense due to the Gronk-sized hole in the offense along with the thin depth at WR. Zach Allen gives them a nice piece to work with along the defensive line and Daniel Jones falls right into their laps as a possible Brady replacement down the line.

Eric Adams

Buffalo Bills

Round 1, 9th Overall: Cody Ford, T, Oklahoma

Round 2, 40th Overall: Dexter Lawrence, IDL, Clemson

Round 3, 74th Overall: Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame

Analysis: The Bills can go so many ways with their first pick but when you have a young passer, it is wise to protect him and bringing in a first round talent on the offensive line does just that. In the second, Sean McDermott appeases his defensive roots by bringing in monster defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence from that vaunted Clemson defense. They round out their first 3 picks with big bodied Miles Boykin from Notre Dame to give Josh Allen a nice big receiving threat.

Eric Adams

New York Jets

Round 1, 3rd Overall: Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

Round 3, 68th Overall: Trey Pipkins, T, Sioux Falls

Round 3, 93rd Overall: Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn

Analysis: Trey Pipkins should be a valuable piece along the offensive line for Adam Gase. See the aforementioned analysis on Buffalo protecting its young QB and apply it here. Jamel Dean hopefully can end the rut of poor corner play for the Jets. I want to focus on Josh Allen here for a minute. When beating Tom Brady and the Patriots, one has to look at how they were beat. Edge. Rushers. Von Miller victimized the Patriots when the Broncos went on a run. The Eagles and Giants had defensive line talent galore. The Jets need to find their Von Miller. They NEED to take an edge rusher at 3.

Eric Adams

Miami Dolphins

Round 1, 13th Overall: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

Round 2, 48th Overall: David Sills V, WR, West Virginia

Round 3, 78th Overall: Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech

Analysis: I love this draft for the Dolphins. It won’t happen, but Kyler Murray sliding to 13 would be a dream come true and would also speed up the rebuilding process. Again, it won’t happen because he is going to go 1st overall but it’s a nice thought. David Sills V could come in and be the WR1 right away for Miami. I love his game and he has constantly produced when counted on. Jaylon Ferguson can be plugged in right away on the defensive line as a replacement for either departing edge rusher in Cameron Wake or Robert Quinn.

Eric Adams

AFC North:

Baltimore Ravens

Round 1, 22nd Overall: N’Keal Harry, WR, ASU

Round 3, 85th Overall: Ben Powers, iOL, Oklahoma

Round 3, 102nd Overall: Wyatt Ray, EDGE, Boston College

Analysis: As a Steelers fan, I don’t like these picks because they’re really good. Oklahoma’s offensive line was really good and Powers is a perfect fit for a team who will run a lot. Even though they will run a lot, the signing of new OC Greg Roman seems to brings the hope they will pass more than last year. N’Keal Harry will directly benefit instead of going to Baltimore to not do much at all. Wyatt Ray, somewhat of a sleeper, is another great fit for an already great defense.

Christopher Nelson

Cincinnati Bengals

Round 1, 11th Overall: Devin White, LB, LSU

Round 2, 42nd Overall: Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

Round 3, 72nd Overall: David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin

Analysis: Burfict is finally gone and Devin White can easily come in to replace that basket case.
Both David Edwards and Dawson Knox are some great low-key value for the offensive line to further to protect Andy Dalton and aid in the run game. I absolutely love Dawson Knox and believe he is top 3 at the position. Eifert can’t stay healthy and Uzomah is just an ok receiving option. Knox will be a great replacement for the future or a TE you can run out with Uzomah or Eifert similar to how Baltimore does.

Christopher Nelson

Cleveland Browns

Round 2, 49th Overall: Nassir Adderley, S, Delaware

Round 3, 80th Overall: Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

Analysis: Even with the addition of Eric Murray, I still think the Browns are going to need extra additions to their secondary and these guys should be available. If the Browns are going to go to the next level and stop “Browns-ing” things up, then they need to build solid depth and always have competition within the defense. In hindsight, I could have gone with an offensive line pick but I still like how this shook out for them.

Christopher Nelson

Pittsburgh Steelers

Round 1, 20th Overall: Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

Round 2, 52nd Overall: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

Round 3, 66th Overall: Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo

Round 3, 83rd Overall: Drew Sample, TE, Washington

Analysis: After many mocks I finally got to draft for my team and it was glorious. The Steelers filled a lot of needs here including a great one in Kelvin Harmon (my WR1) to play alongside Juju, Switzer, Moncrief and Washington. Travon Mullen and Khalil Hodge are great underappreciated gems in this draft and I hope we land one of them. Drew Sample gives us both depth and a good secondary TE. We’ve taken quite a hit losing both Jesse James and Grimble to free agency and Sample is one of my favorites who was still on the board.

Christopher Nelson

AFC West

Oakland Raiders

Round 1, 4th Overall: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

Round 1, 24th Overall: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

Round 1, 27th Overall: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

Round 2, 35th Overall: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

Analysis: This is the ideal draft for the Oakland Raiders-who need help pretty much everywhere on their roster. Williams dropping to them at 4th overall is both realistic and very fortunate-he is possibly the best talent in this draft. Noah Fant and Deebo Samuel give Derek Carr a big play tight end and a very efficient slot wide receiver to compliment Brown and Williams’ roles on the Oakland offense. Some teams are cold on Greedy Williams, but controversy has never steered the Raiders away from talent; they score big with Williams’ slide.

Matt Hicks

Denver Broncos

Round 1, 10th Overall: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

Round 2, 41st Overall: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M

Round 3, 71st Overall: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

Analysis: Lock seems destined for Denver-even with Flacco being hyped up as more than a bridge quarterback. They filled major needs in free agency which allow them to invest in their future quarterback and a very good supporting weapon in Sternberger. Thompson had no business slipping to them in the 3rd round and makes for a huge value.  Overall the Broncos pick value over need and make a long term invest in their roster.

Matt Hicks

Kansas City Chiefs

Round 1, 29th Overall: Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

Round 2, 61st Overall: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

Round 2, 63rd Overall: Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

Round 3, 92nd Overall: Beau Benzschawel, iOL, Wisconsin

With four picks in the first three rounds, the Chiefs are just adding to an already talented roster. Jachai Polite is a raw player but very talented player at what is all of a sudden a position of need for a team that just lost Justin Houston and Dee Ford in quick succession. Montgomery helps give them options after moving on from Kareem Hunt. I see Montgomery as the most complete and most talented back in this class and to put him in this offense would really give him a chance to shine. Jones provides depth on the defensive line as well an explosive ceiling. As for Benzschawel, you can never have enough good quality offensive linemen.

Josh Padgett

Los Angeles Chargers

Round 1, 28th Overall: Jeffrey Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

Round 2, 60th Overall: Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

Round 3, 91st Overall: Keesean Johnson, WR, Fresno State

The Chargers add college teammates in this scenario. Simmons is one of the most talented players in the draft. Concerns raised about his character after an altercation involving a woman when he was 18 seem to be behind him. He has had no other off the field issues and from what I have read, seems to be an upstanding young man. Talent wise, this is a steal for the Chargers at a position of need.  Pairing him with teammate and leader Johnathan Abram only makes things better for them. Abram also fills a position of need and while he plays an enforcer safety type role that seems to be leaning towards outdated in the NFL, his athleticism and strong corner play should help him continue to develop as a player in this defense. Keesean Johnson is heralded as one of the best route runners in this class and will give Rivers another option after the departure of Tyrell Williams (and Antonio Gates).

Josh Padgett

AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars

Round 1, 7th Overall: DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

Round 2, 38th Overall: Eric McCoy, iOL, Texas A&M

Round 3, 69th Overall: Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

The Jaguars need to improve their offense after committing to Nick Foles as their new quarterback. Keeping him clean and giving him playmakers to throw the ball to should be paramount in this draft. Metcalf brings an archetype that is not found on this roster in a true boundary receiver that will win with size and speed. He could fill a role similar to Alshon Jeffrey for Foles. McCoy will help solidify the front line. Williams will provide Foles with two big boosts. A pass catching running back to replace TJ Yeldon, and another body to help keep Fournette from being overworked and make this running game as efficient as possible.

Josh Padgett

Tennessee Titans

Round 1, 19th Overall: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson

Round 2, 51st Overall: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame

Round 3, 82nd Overall: Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor

It is unclear what the Titans are looking to do currently. The concern surrounding Mariota is rising with the acquisition of Ryan Tannehill. Without a lot of direction right now, the Titans select the best player on the board in rounds 1 and 2 to help continue to build a talented roster around the question mark at quarterback.  Jurrell Casey would be a terrific mentor for both Ferrell and Tillery and that would be one formidable defensive front to run or pass against. Jalen Hurd is an interesting player for this team as a convert to wideout from running back. He could play a lot of roles for this team and could allow an offense that has lost a lot of creativity to become a little less predictable.

Josh Padgett

Houston Texans

Round 1, 23rd Overall: Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State

Round 2, 54th Overall: Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia

Round 2, 55th Overall: Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

Round 3, 86th Overall: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

The Texans need so much offensive line help that their first two picks are offensive tackles and it is likely that both will start day 1 for this team. Risner slides in at left tackle with Cajuste at right and this team can hopefully start to take advantage of the playmakers they have on the offensive side of the ball. Rock Ya-Sin is also a day 1 starter simply by being less that 38,000 years old. An injection of youth into this Texans secondary is needed desperately. Rodney Anderson is a bit of a luxury pick that could pan out in a big way. With Lamar Miller scheduled to be a free agent in 2020, Anderson would get a year to adjust to the physicality of the NFL game with a more limited workload before getting the opportunity to be the workhorse his talent dictates that he is. This would hopefully help the medical staff stay ahead of any injury concerns with Anderson as well.

Josh Padgett

Indianapolis Colts

Round 1, 26th Overall: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

Round 2, 34th Overall: AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss

Round 2, 59th Overall: Christian Miller, EDGE, Alabama

Round 3, 89th Overall: Drue Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame

Wilkins is the consensus pick in mock drafts for the Colts at 26. If he falls to them, there is a very good chance they scoop him up. Both an on-field and locker room fit, Wilkins can become a leader on this defense that is much improved with the additions of guys like Darius Leonard and Malik Hooker. Christian Miller and Drue Tranquill also fill needs for depth and talent at outside linebacker. If the Colts don’t take a receiver by the end of the 3rd round on draft day, I will be flabbergasted. Devin Funchess is not the long term answer. AJ Brown is a great fit for this offense. A player who will allow TY Hilton to move around the formation by being flexible himself, and a player who can take the workload of 150 targets with an NFL frame are exactly what this offense needs. A reliable playmaker with strong hands and great route running, the one thing Brown will need to work on is release, a concern mitigated by his strength and short area quickness.

Josh Padgett

Mock Draft Monday: The Post-FA Mock Draft

The first mock draft with the first wave of free agency in the books is here! The guys have tinkered a bit with who they feel should go where. Who has fallen? Who has risen? Who…hasn’t moved even a little?? Let’s jump into it, Josh Padgett is picking first with the Arizona Cardinals.

1. Arizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

Bosa is definitely the pick for Arizona if they don’t trade down. He is the most complete edge rusher in this class with the ability to morph to to fit different schemes. I am also partial to guys who want their hand in the dirt to start the rep and Bosa is that guy. He will contribute right away and with a ceiling that rivals his brother Joey, this is still a slam dunk pick at 1.

Josh Padgett

2. San Francisco 49ers: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

As someone who is not totally sold on Nick Bosa (I think he’s great but so is Williams), I believe Williams might actually be the best player in the draft. He is as dominant as they come along the defensive line and he ruined offensive gameplans throughout his career at Alabama. The 49ers bring him in to align with Dee Ford and a defensive line that continues to collect talent.

Eric Adams

3. New York Jets: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

The Jets made two big additions to their offense with Kelechi Osemele and Le’veon Bell through free agency. They still need helping protecting their franchise quarterback and their revamped offense, and Williams is exactly the piece to fill that role.

Matt Hicks

4. Oakland Raiders: Cody Ford, iOL, Oklahoma

The Raiders have been busy this offseason acquiring a lot of different talent from free agency. One position they still need help with is the offensive line which is what they dealt with here. Cody Ford is viewed by many as top 3 at the position and will be part of the reason Derek Carr stays on his feet more often in the future.

Christopher Nelson

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

As of now, the Buccaneers haven’t been huge players in free agency.  The Buccaneers have quite a bit of needs to still fill, with pass rusher being near the top of the list. With two O-lineman going off the board before them, they find themselves in prime position to grab Josh Allen, who had 17 sacks in 2018.

Mike Colaianne

6. New York Giants: Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

Burns has a super high ceiling as a bendy edge rusher who can use his length and quickness to create all kinds of problems for tackles. The Giants as an organization need playmakers. Burns will make a lot of plays in his NFL career.

Josh Padgett

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

Rant incoming: I am sick and tired of having to deal with people within the fantasy community who keep trying to sell me on a Jacksonville wide receiver. THEY ARE ALL MEDIOCRE. This leads me to this pick and DK Metcalf will end all discussion. He’s the WR1 in Jacksonville and it is not even remotely close.

Eric Adams

8. Detroit Lions: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa

Detroit filled two major needs in free agency. With their EDGE and corners voids filled, they can give Stafford a critical weapon needed to take their offense over the hump. Hockenson can support the running game for Kerryon Johnson and provide Stafford with a reliable passing option.

Matt Hicks

9. Buffalo Bills: Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State

Having “risen” up many draft boards due to a strong path to the draft Risner has asserted himself as a one of the better tackles. Buffalo goes for offensive line help here as opposed to the chalk wide receiver pick due to the fact that the position will dry up a lot quicker than wide receiver will. Also with signings like John Brown, Cole Beasley and the emergence of Robert Foster last year, Buffalo can afford to wait.

Christopher Nelson

10. Denver Broncos: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

I honestly have no idea what Denver is going to do with this pick.  I’m sure new head coach Vic Fangio would love to grab DB to help bolster his defense, but there is a chance John Elway will out way Fangio and try to find the long term answer at QB. Haskins was extremely productive in his one year of starting at Ohio State and could really benefit from sitting behind Joe Flacco for a year or so.  

Mike Colaianne

11. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin White, LB, LSU

Devin White was the Butkus Award winner last year as college football’s best overall linebacker. He brings great tackling and hard nose brand of football to Cincinnati defense that has been known for just that. With Vontaze Burfict and his antics finally out the door, White provides immediate impact in the front seven.

Josh Padgett

12. Green Bay Packers: Ed Oliver, DL, Houston

Unless they go offensive lineman, I think Green Bay should take the best player available here on defense. Ed Oliver’s stock has taken a bit of a hit for whatever reason but he is a dominant player. I think Green Bay will gladly plug him into their defense.

Eric Adams

13. Miami Dolphins: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

The Dolphins are heading toward a long term rebuild; one that does not suggest they would leap at a quarterback in this year’s draft. Instead they invest in a critical piece for a rebuilding team: a franchise tackles.

Matt Hicks

14. Atlanta Falcons: Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

Montez Sweat is an athletic freak similar to how DK Metcalf is to the receiver group and  cannot be ignored. Also his 84 inch wingspan will be sure to aid him in the tackling department any time someone is even remotely close to him. The Falcons also considered Clelin Ferrell here, but ultimately went with Sweat.

Christopher Nelson

15. Salt Lake Stallions (Washington Redskins): Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

The Salt Lake Stallions find themselves in prime position to take one of the most electrifying play makers in the draft with their first pick ever! In all seriousness, Washington should be ecstatic if Murray falls to them at 15. I get all of the size concerns, but Murray gives Washington their best shot at solving their QB issues.  

Mike Colaianne

16. Carolina Panthers: Devin Bush Jr, LB, Michigan

Devin Bush has been steadily climbing boards as he tested out phenomenally at both the combine and his pro day. He is super smooth in his movements and is great in coverage. His speed and agility make him feel almost like a box safety, but he is a much stockier player than say a Mark Barron. Bush would help fill the void left by Thomas Davis.

Josh Padgett

17. New York Giants: AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss

Maybe the Giants shouldn’t take a WR here. Maybe they should avoid the position at this particular pick so that the player is not compared to another wide receiver who did pretty well in New York. Throw all that out the window. The Giants could go a multitude of ways with this pick but AJ Brown would be a wise pick. Tate just signed for 4 years so he can learn from him. Sterling Shepard is on the last year of his deal. A Brown/Tate duo would be a great duo for a young QB to grow with.

Eric Adams

18. Minnesota Vikings: Chris Lindstrom, iOL, Boston College

The Vikings desperately need help along the offensive line; they will take the best linemen available on the board. In this mock draft there was an early run on tackles, so they’ll take the most talented interior linemen in Lindstrom.

Matt Hicks

19. Tennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, iDL, Mississippi State

With the Titans only having two tackles on the books for more than a year, this pick makes sense. Simmons is someone who can come in and instantly contribute aka wreak havoc on the offensive line much like he did in college on the nations #1 defense. He’s got somewhat of a past that has some teams scared, but I think he’s put that behind him and is ready to make the most of this opportunity.

Christopher Nelson

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

It is no secret that Pittsburgh needs to improve their defense. They have missed on some of their draft picks used on defensive backs the last few years, but that can’t stop them from trying again with Greedy Williams.  Williams has the height, speed and tools to contribute right away in the Pittsburgh defense and take them one step closer to being up to par.

Mike Colaianne

21. Seattle Seahawks: Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

Polite is a talented player who has had some questions raised about his love of the game or at least his commitment to improving his game. Seattle is the type of organization that can solve those issues. The talent level is very high and he already has an array of moves and counters. If Seattle can unlock the ceiling of Polite, this pick will look like a steal.

Josh Padgett

22. Baltimore Ravens: Rashan Gary, EDGE, Michigan

Contrary to what some Ravens fans want to believe, they don’t have an impact player in the front 7 right now. That is usually their calling card. They absolutely need a receiver but I think the opportunity to take Gary is too good to pass up. He gives them the proper replacement for a departing Terrell Suggs and should be the next great Ravens defensive stalwart.

Eric Adams

23. Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

The Texans have failed to invest in their offensive line through free agency, That leaves them with no option but to take a potential franchise tackle in the first round; even one with such varied opinions.

Matt Hicks

24. Oakland Raiders (via Chicago Bears): Anthony Nelson, EDGE, Iowa

Having grabbed a few offensive pieces already and having a bevy of drafts pick, I believe the raiders will go defense early. I like Anthony Nelson for them here and no, it’s not wholly because of his last name but he thrives off of something athleticism can’t get you when it starts to disappear, technique! Strapped with a ton of moves off the line, he’ll be part of a rebuilding pass rush fit for a Gruden to rule.

Christopher Nelson

25. Philadelphia Eagles: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

Philadelphia had a ton of troubles in their defensive secondary last year, mostly due to injuries and lack of depth.  Byron Murphy has the IQ and athleticism to start right away. Plus, with his coverage skills and play making ability, he has potential to be become an absolute stud in the NFL.  

Mike Colaianne

26. Indianapolis Colts: N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

N’Keal Harry is the best receiver in this strong class. The Colts still need a wideout despite acquiring Funchess on a prove it deal. Harry makes plays with the ball in his hands constantly and is an absolute handful on contested catches. He would be the perfect complement to TY Hilton and allow Funchess, Hilton and himself to move all over formations and cause all kinds of problems for defenses.

Josh Padgett

27. Oakland Raiders: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson

The Raiders just need to go best player available and they will do just fine for themselves in this draft. Wilkins will jon Cody Ford and Anthony Nelson to create a formidable first round coup for the Raiders.

Eric Adams

28. Los Angeles Chargers: Charles Omenihu, iDL, Texas

The Chargers lack a lot of blaring needs, but interior defensive line makes the most sense for them in the first round. They got sniped by Oakland taking WIlkins right before them, but Omenihu gives the Chargers a versatile and dynamic player to compliment their dangerous end pieces.

Matt Hicks

29. Kansas City Chiefs: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

If you watched Kansas City at all, you’ll know exactly why this pick was made. The Chiefs secondary has consistently gotten scorched and for them, that needs to stop. It feels like highway robbery getting him this late, but with recent issues being raised in his interviews during the combine, this may not be as crazy of a fall as one would think.

Christopher Nelson

30. Green Bay Packers: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

The Jimmy Graham experiment hasn’t worked in Green Bay.  It is time for them to stop trying to find old guys that are either not talented or out of their prime to fill the tight end position.  Green Bay needs to go out and get Noah Fant. Fant is extremely athletic and a natural pass catcher that can slot right into the Green Bay offense.  Combine Fant with Rodgers, Adams and possibly another WR in the draft, and all of a sudden Green Bay becomes contenders to win the NFC North.

Mike Colaianne

31. Los Angeles Rams: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

Greg Little is a monster of a man. He is a little bit rough around the edges, but with Andrew Whitworth sticking around, Little won’t be pressed into service immediately. He should be able to step into the role of starting left tackle for this great offense before long though.

Josh Padgett

32. New England Patriots: Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

A move that will certainly be a shock to some, this would be a perfect landing spot for Harmon. He’s a WR who screams route running and is just what the Patriots look for. A hard worker who will feel an immediate need and another weapon for the Patriots offensive attack. The Patriots usually never take wide receivers high in the draft but until last year they followed the same script with running backs and Sony Michel happened. They will break from the usual script and draft a wide receiver in the first 2 rounds.

Eric Adams

33. Arizona Cardinals: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama

34. Indianapolis Colts: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

35. Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

36. San Francisco 49ers: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

37. New York Giants: Dexter Lawrence, DL, Clemson

38. Jacksonville Jaguars: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan

40. Buffalo Bills: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

41. Denver Broncos: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

42. Cincinnati Bengals: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

43. Detroit Lions: Dru Samia, iOL, Oklahoma

44. Green Bay Packers: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida

45. Atlanta Falcons: Garrett Bradbury, iOL, NC State

46. Salt Lake Stallions: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

47. Carolina Panthers: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

48. Miami Dolphins: Will Grier, QB, West Virginia

49. Cleveland Browns: Erik McCoy, iOL, Texas A&M

50. Minnesota Vikings: Michael Deiter, OT, Wisconsin

51. Tennessee Titans: Christian Miller, EDGE, Alabama

52. Pittsburgh Steelers: Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

53. Philadelphia Eagles: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

54. Houston Texans: Amani Hooker, CB, Iowa

55. Houston Texans: Nasir Adderly, S, Delaware

56. New England Patriots: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College

57. Philadelphia Eagles: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

58. Dallas Cowboys: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M

59. Indianapolis Colts: Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

60. Los Angeles Chargers: Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

61. Kansas City Chiefs: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

62. New Orleans Saints: Lamont Gillard, C, Georgia

63. Kansas City Chiefs: Dre’Mont Jones, iDL, Ohio State

64. New England Patriots: Jerry Tillery, iDL, Notre Dame

Mock Draft Season: Post-Combine Rookie Mock 5

This week for Mock Draft Monday, we’ll be performing a 2 round rookie mock draft to see how the guys feel about the rookies post-NFL Combine. What has changed? Who has risen? Who has fallen?

1.01 N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

He is who we thought he was athletically.  He proved as much at the combine with speed coming in where we thought it would and with a strong showing at 27 bench reps. Harry stays firmly planted in my 1.01 spot. No concerns arose and no one else (that’s right, NO ONE else) destroyed the combine to shake things up at the top of my first round.

-Josh Padgett

1.02  D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

Metcalf’s performance at last weeks scouting combine has solidified him as a top 2 prospect prior to the NFL Draft for me.  My main questions with Metcalf were his top end speed and his health. He answered both of those questions with flying colors by running a 4.33 40 yard dash and having nothing come up so far from his medicals.  The argument against Metcalf is that he had an awful 3 cone and 20 yard shuttle time. I get that these are concerns but are we really shocked that a guy who is 6’3”, 228 lbs and runs a 4.33 40 isn’t very agile and takes time to change direction.  The only thing that could possibly move Metcalf down for me is a poor landing spot or one of the other top 4 guys getting a great landing spot.

-Mike Colaianne

1.03 Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

This is a bold reaction to Harmon’s poor combine performance. Instead of my former WR1, I’ll take Butler-who has a huge ceiling for fantasy football rosters. Butler’s tape shows a dynamic playmakers with the ability to dominate defenders with his route running and athleticism. In Indianapolis Butler proved he’s a truly large threat-measuring in at the 98%tile in height, 95%tile in weight, 98th%tile in wingspan, 99th%tile in arm length, 98th%tile in hand size.

Butler ran a 4.48 40 yard dash-a seriously exciting amount of speed for his size. Butler’s height adjusted speed score put him 2nd in that category, second only to DK Metcalf. He also placed in the 88th%tile in broad jump and 78th%tile in bench press. He’s an impressive combination of size and speed.

-Matt Hicks

1.04 AJ Brown

I’m starting to lean in the direction of AJ Brown being the best WR in this class. I think he’s the safest of the class and if I can get him at 1.04, then I would be happy with the pick. He is one of the wide receivers in this class who should not be too landing spot dependent.

-Eric Adams

1.05 David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

Another player who didn’t move much for me after the combine. He performed mostly as expected. He didn’t participate in the 3 cone or the shuttles which would be where I expect him to shine. He posted numbers that matched the tape and is still the most well rounded back in this class. His draft stock will still command where you need to take him in rookie drafts, but I am comfortable here in the middle of the first round.

-Josh Padgett

1.06 Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

Josh Jacobs didn’t participate in any of the drills at the combine due to a groin injury.  Jacobs is still my RB2, right behind David Montgomery. Jacobs pops off the tape with his speed, explosiveness and strength.  He is a natural pass catcher and can easily be a three-down back in the NFL. I’m not to concerned with the limited production due to the fact that he was splitting reps with Damian Harris and Najee Harris, both of whom will end up playing in the NFL.

-Mike Colaianne

1.07 Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

I’ve taken Harmon in many mock drafts with the 1.01, his draft position in this mock draft in as accurate representation to how poor his combine performance was. Harmon finished below the 30th%tile in: 40 yard dash, vertical jump, broad jump, 3-cone drill, and 20 yard shuttle. Harmon’s only redeeming score was his 18 reps on the bench press.

The combine, however, was never going to be great for Harmon. What he does well doesn’t show up in athletic testing. He has fantastic route running ability, great football, some of the best hands in the class, and consistently wins contested catches. He’s the best blocking wideout in this class. Harmon is the most pro-ready wide receiver in the group and he has a legitimate chance to see the field and start putting up fantasy football points Week 1.

-Matt Hicks

1.08 TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa

The best tight end in this class in my opinion, Hockenson is getting overshadowed by the athletic ability of his fellow Iowa tight end Noah Fant. I’m here to tell you he is just as good, if not better at catching the ball. He may be a little slower but I expect the overall ability to shine through. I have Hock at 1A and Fant at 1B. Where they land will break the tie for me.

-Eric Adams

1.09 Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

Fant was confirmed as a freak athlete by his combine. That confirms his first round status for rookie drafts for me. He has the upside to have an Evan Engram type rookie year.  Fant is of the archetype that will score fantasy points early on in his career. A great pass catcher with crazy lateral agility, he will make some wow plays this year. The small tier of top tight ends in the NFL could be adding a member here.

-Josh Padgett

1.10 Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

Without the injury concerns, Anderson would be a top 5 player in this rookie class for fantasy.  Anderson is extremely well rounded and has the size/skill set to be a three down back. If Anderson can get past all of the injuries and stay healthy in the NFL, he can be a major steal in rookie drafts this year.  

-Mike Colaianne

1.11 Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

Williams had a pedestrian combine, which is going to help him continue to fly under the radar in fantasy football drafts. He ran a 4.51 40-yard dash and jumped 121” in the broad jump. I believe Williams falls into the 2nd round in most fantasy football rookie drafts, but I’ll continue to drive his ADP up.

Williams has monster production; with 2 seasons of 1000+ rushing yards against SEC defenses. He has great vision, quick and clean cuts, and is dangerous in open space. Williams profiles as one of the few running backs in this class with 3-down potential and that makes him very valuable in PPR leagues.

-Matt Hicks

1.12 Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown, WR, Oklahoma

At the back end of the first round, I’d be willing to take a risk on a guy that I wouldn’t need immediate help from. Brown is that guy in my opinion. If it weren’t for his foot injury, Brown would likely be going a lot higher. I love his game and his speed should translate well. The upside alone is good enough for me at the 1.12.

-Eric Adams

2.01 Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

Hall is a guy who had been rising on draft boards prior to lighting the combine on fire. He put up huge numbers in the vert and broad jump. He ran 4.40 40. Testing far better than I expected him to solidifies the hype for me as he continues rising.  Those athletic numbers should move Hall up the NFL draft boards as well. It also shows that Hall is very much back from his injury last year. He missed games in all 4 years of his college career, but his production when he was on the field is intriguing. Without knowing results of his medicals, we have to trust his numbers that show he is healthy.  If he can maintain that health, he can produce in the NFL.

-Josh Padgett

2.02 Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

I just miss out on my boy Emmanuel Hall, but Paris Campbell is a nice consolation prize. Campbell was another winner from the combine, where he ran a 4.31 40, had a vertical jump of 40” and a broad jump of 135”.  With that speed and explosiveness, Campbell should be able to get on the field right away and be used in a variety of ways.

-Mike Colaianne

2.03 Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

Sanders had possibly the best combine performance of any running back this year. He ran a 4.49 40-yard dash, equal to Darrell Henderson, despite weighing in at 211 lbs. He scored in the 71st%tile in vertical jump, 85th%tile in broad jump, 74th%tile in 3-cone drill, 65th%tile in 20-yard shuttle, and threw up 20 reps on the bench press.

Sanders tape shows a great athlete, but I was waiting until the combine to confirm that he was as athletic as he is quick on tape. He is a great combination of size, quickness, and power; a rare combination in this year’s draft class.

-Matt Hicks

2.04 Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama

I have been gushing about TJ Hockenson and Noah Fant so much that I have been sort of neglecting Irv Smith Jr. Don’t get it twisted, I LOVE Irv Smith. I just don’t love him as much as I do the other two guys. He should make an impact year 1 and is definitely a top 2 tight end in this class.

-Eric Adams

2.05 Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

Deebo is a polarizing prospect for most. The strongest aspect of his game is his ability with the ball in his hands. His combine numbers were a little lackluster compared to my expectations. A 7.03 3 cone time is especially interesting for a guy who hangs his hat on quick cuts. I thought his change of direction would have shown a little better in the numbers.  However, the tape still shows the ability to create extra yards after the catch. He may not be a freak athlete, but he is an NFL level athlete with strong route running and a calling card that will let him stick as a return man. Opportunity will be there for Deebo.

-Josh Padgett

2.06 Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

HE IS 5’10”, 207 LBS!!! Murray is a perceived winner from the combine, with rumors already popping up of him being the first overall pick in the NFL draft.  If history repeats, that means Murray will most likely get on the field in his first season. I’m not sure he will be a good NFL quarterback, but Murray has the athleticism and arm talent that could make him a valuable fantasy option.  

-Mike Colaianne

2.07 Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor

Hurd continues to fly under the radar with an injury that has now prevented him from participating in both the senior bowl and extensively in Indianapolis. Hurd did, however, show off his strength at the combine by throwing up 225 lbs. 23 times. Hurd also measured in at the 95th%tile in height and 94th%tile in weight. His tape shows a high level of athleticism for someone so strong. He’s raw but his upside is fantastic.

-Matt Hicks

2.08 David Sills V, WR, West Virginia

I took this opportunity at 2.08 to give some recognition to a prospect who played his ass off in college. David Sills is a good player. He is a very good wide receiver. He is not getting nearly the amount of love he should be getting. He has a bit of a lanky frame but he is 6’4” and can go up and get jump balls. I like Sills a lot and I think someone in rounds 3-5 in the NFL Draft will be happy they took him. Big time sleeper pick in Sills.

-Eric Adams

2.09 Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis

Henderson ran well at the combine with a 4.49 40. He decided to skip the agility drills, but he jumped well and put up 22 reps on the bench. Henderson was a guy who relied on big plays in college and he produced them constantly.  He is not a plus athlete, but he should be able to contribute to a rotation in the NFL. He showed solid hands as well though he only averaged about 1.5 receptions per game in his career. I think Henderson has as good a chance as almost anyone in this class to fill a three down role. Will he be a workhorse? I doubt it. Which is why he is around in the late second round.

-Josh Padgett

2.10 Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

Harris didn’t really do anything to his stock at the combine.  He put up respectable numbers through most of the tests. I would have liked to see him put up more then 16 reps on the bench press, but he displays a ton of strength when running the ball in his film.  Harris should be a solid contributor on first and second down in the NFL.

-Mike Colaianne

2.11 Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M

Lost among the hype of this year’s “big 3” TEs is a well rounded, dynamic pass catching and blocking tight end from College Station. Sternberger dominates the first third of the field as a pass catcher. He won’t burn defenders but can make defenders miss in space after the catch to break off a big play. He is a great route runner for a man of his size. He’s also a solid and run blocker; which will allow him to get on the field quick.

The talent in this year’s TE class, coupled with the lack of fantasy football production at the TE position in 2018, justifies 4 tight ends coming off the board in the first 2 rounds of rookie drafts.

-Matt Hicks

2.12 Andy Isabella, WR, UMass

Isabella was a big fish in a small pond at UMass. He put up big numbers against Georgia and proved time and time again that he is a very complete receiver. I am all over the place with where he could go in the NFL Draft but what I do know is Isabella will make an impact in 2019 for Fantasy and I will gladly take him at 2.12.

-Eric Adams