Buffalo Bills: Complete first-round 2019 NFL mock draft 2.0

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. Wide Receiver. Arizona State. N'Keal Harry. 17. player. 31

With the pick they acquired from Cleveland in the Odell Beckham Jr. trade, the Giants fill a need created by the trade.

Harry is playmaker on the outside and can make plays after the catch. He has a big frame and runs strong routes, plus he can make defenders miss after the catch. His hands and speed are not quite Odell-like, but he can quickly become the number one receiver on a team that lacks excitement.

Previous Pick: Cleveland’s pick (acquired in Odell Beckham Jr. trade)

18. player. 60. . Center. North Carolina State. Garrett Bradbury

The Vikings have to be disappointed with the team’s overall performance last year. They must find a way to get Kirk Cousins to live up to his contract and grabbing a player like Bradbury could be the trick. Bradbury will be a plug and play guy for Minnesota and I have no doubt he will be a 10-year stud in the middle for the Vikings.

Previous Pick: Garrett Bradbury

player. 35. . Offensive Line. Oklahoma. Cody Ford. 19

This pick remains the same as before. Despite signing Roger Saffold III, Tennessee could still use help up front. The team truly needs to protect Marcus Mariota as he often winds up injured for games at a time. Their commitment to the offense has been on display this offseason with the signings of Saffold and Adam Humphries, and drafting Ford would further solidify their efforts along the front line.

Previous Pick: Cody Ford

LSU. Greedy Williams. 20. player. 55. . Cornerback

The Steelers must regain their strong defensive identity and they opt to add the physical corner out of LSU. Williams faced stellar WR play in the SEC every week and withstood the task. He will have a chance to start Week 1 and help a defensive unit that has been reeling since the loss of Ryan Shazier.

Previous Pick: DeAndre Baker

player. 36. . Safety. Delaware. Nassir Adderley. 21

The ‘Legion of Boom” is officially dead as Earl Thomas signed with the Baltimore Ravens, meaning Seattle needs to continue to rebuild their secondary. Adderley can step into a starting role in year one with the team and become an impact player right away. Fixing a once dominant defense should be important for the Seahawks as they need to give Russell Wilson all the help he can get.

Previous Pick: Nassir Adderley

Hakeem Butler. 22. player. 26. . Wide Receiver. Iowa State

Lamar Jackson will have to adjust his play to get this man the ball. My WR1 is an absolute beast after the catch. Butler would be a great fit for an offense that requires a big bodied receiver that can go up and get some 50/50 balls.

It’ll come down to Josh Jacobs and Hakeem Butler, but I believe the positional value is much higher on Butler.

Previous Pick: Hakeem Butler

10. . Offensive Tackle. Kansas State. Dalton Risner. 23. player

Houston had one of the highest amounts of cap space this season and has borderline done nothing with it. I figured they would address the offensive line, but for whatever reason, the team has done nothing and will roll their franchise quarterback out yet again and put him in harm’s way.

I think this is a reach for Risner, but the team has to do something. They need to bring in offensive line talent, and Risner can fit that bill.

Previous Pick: Byron Murphy

Alabama. Josh Jacobs. 24. player. 28. . Running Back

Jon Gruden has always been a fan of running the ball and I wouldn’t be shocked if he opted to take two running backs.

Josh Jacobs is a bruising running back without much wear and tear on him. Rarely getting the chance to shine at Alabama, Jacobs showed the explosion and ruggedness need to be a featured back in the NFL. He is destined to be a Raider and become the catalyst to one of the most interesting offenses in 2019.

Previous Pick: N’Keal Harry (Arizona’s pick)