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2019 NFL Draft Positional Rankings 1.0

Keep in mind these are preliminary rankings (players with eligibility still have nearly a week before they need to decide whether or not to enter the draft), and we are still very early in the pre-draft process. I will release Big Board 1.0 on Friday. Also, you can check out last year’s final prospects rankings for a better idea of what the finished product will look like in April.



1. Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

2. Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

3. Daniel Jones, Duke

4. Trace McSorley, Penn State

5. Drew Lock, Missouri

6. Ryan Finley, NC State

7. Will Grier, West Virginia

8. Jarrett Stidham, Auburn

9. Gardner Minshew, Washington State

10. Jake Browning, Washington


Running back

1. David Montgomery, Iowa State

2. Damien Harris, Alabama

3. Josh Jacobs, Alabama

4. Bryce Love, Stanford

5. Justice Hill, Oklahoma State

6. Miles Sanders, Penn State

7. Elijah Holyfield, Georgia

8. Benny Snell, Kentucky

9. Myles Gaskin, Washington

10. L.J. Scott, Michigan State


Wide receiver

1. A.J. Brown, Ole Miss

2. Hakeem Butler, Iowa State

3. D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

4. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford

5. N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

6. Parris Campbell, Ohio State

7. Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

8. Anthony Johnson, Buffalo

9. Riley Ridley, Georgia

10. Kelvin Harmon, NC State


Tight end

1. Noah Fant, Iowa

2. Caleb Wilson, UCLA

3. C.J. Conrad, Kentucky

4. Irv Smith Jr., Alabama

5. T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

6. Kaden Smith, Stanford

7. Zach Gentry, Michigan

8. Isaac Nauta, Georgia

9. Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M

10. Foster Moreau, LSU


Offensive tackle

1. Greg Little, Ole Miss

2. Jonah Williams, Alabama

3. Isaiah Prince, Ohio State

4. David Edwards, Wisconsin

5. Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia

6. Cody Ford, Oklahoma

7. Jawaan Taylor, Florida

8. Mitch Wyatt, Clemson

9. Andre Dillard, Washington State

10. Bobby Evans, Oklahoma


Interior offensive lineman

1. Connor McGovern, Penn State

2. Dalton Risner, Kansas State

3. Martez Ivey, Florida

4. Michael Jordan, Ohio State

5. Chris Lindstrom, Boston College

6. Michael Deiter, Wisconsin

7. Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin

8. Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama

9. Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin

10. Ben Powers, Oklahoma


Edge defenders

1. Nick Bosa, Ohio State

2. Josh Allen, Kentucky

3. Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

4. Jachai Polite, Florida

5. Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

6. Zach Allen, Boston College

7. Chase Winovich, Michigan

8. D’Andre Walker, Georgia

9. Joe Jackson, Miami (FL)

10. Anfernee Jennings, Alabama


Interior defensive lineman

1. Christian Wilkins, Clemson

2. Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

3. Quinnen Williams, Alabama

4. Rashan Gary, Michigan

5. Ed Oliver, Houston

6. Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State

7. Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State

8. Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame

9. Dontavius Russell, Auburn

10. Gerald Willis, Miami (FL)



1. Josh Allen, Kentucky

2. Devin White, LSU

3. Mack Wilson, Alabama

4. Tre’Von Coney, Notre Dame

5. Devin Bush, Michigan

6. Kendall Joseph, Clemson

7. Cameron Smith, USC

8. Tre Lamar III, Clemson

9. Dakota Allen, Texas Tech

10. T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin



1. Deandre Baker, Georgia

2. Greedy Williams, LSU

3. Julian Love, Notre Dame

4. Amani Oruwariye, Penn State

5. Byron Murphy, Washington

6. Kris Boyd, Texas

7. Trayvon Mullen, Clemson

8. Michael Jackson, Miami (FL)

9. Trevon Diggs, Alabama

10. Iman Marshall, USC



1. Jaquan Johnson, Miami (FL)

2. Deionte Thompson, Alabama

3. Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland

4. Lukas Denis, Boston College

5. Taylor Rapp, Washington

6. D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin

7. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida

8. Amani Hooker, Iowa

9. Juan Thornhill, Virginia

10. Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State


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