The first three rounds of the 2019 NFL draft went pretty much as expected as far as who is left for Day 3. There still is talent at every position, but most of what is left are guys who will need some development.


Ryan Finley – North Carolina StateEasily the best quarterback remaining, Finley has eventual starter potential. He could be a steal at this point.

RB –

Trayveon Williams – Texas A&MWilliams is short but quick with explosiveness and ultra production.

Rodney Anderson – OklahomaAnderson has as much raw talent as any back in this draft but can’t stay healthy.

Devine Ozigbo – NebraskaVery productive as a runner and a receiver. Undervalued in my opinion.


Dax Raymond – Utah StateSlightly overaged, but Raymond can play as a "move" or inside at the "Y." He's strong and athletic with some speed.

Foster Moreau – LSUUnderutilized at LSU, Moreau is a very good blocker who is also a very reliable receiver, but they didn’t throw to him much.

Kaden Smith – StanfordHis 40 time really hurt him, but he had a productive career at Stanford, played in a pro-style offense and has strong blocking skills.


Hakeem Butler – Iowa StateEveryone thought he was a second-round lock, I have no idea why he is still available.

Kelvin Harmon – N.C. StateFinley’s go-to target. Harmon is a good route runner with sure hands. He plays faster than he times.

Anthony Johnson – BuffaloA very productive MAC receiver but not a burner (4.55), Johnson plays a physical game.

Riley Ridley – GeorgiaRidley was very productive at Georgia, where he showed loads of talent but didn't play hard on a consistent basis.


David Edwards – Wisconsin Multiyear starter at Wisco. Natural right tackle who is well-coached and can play inside or outside.

Dru Samia – OklahomaI felt he may go in the second round. Physical run and pass blocker.

Michael Jordan – Ohio State Is capable of playing anywhere along the offensive line.


Isaiah Buggs – AlabamaTough, athletic inside player, Buggs can play the run or rush the passer. He has short arms, which is why he hasn't been selected yet

Charles Omenihu – TexasCan play inside or outside, has quickness and explosiveness. Might be best off at left end.

D’Andre Walker — GeorgiaUndersized pass rusher who is best suited to play outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme.

Anthony Nelson – IowaPlayed outside for Iowa but may be a 5-technique at the NFL level. Plays hard every snap.

Porter Gustin – USCVery talented and productive but has had multiple injuries. Tested positive for PEDs at the Combine

Joe JacksonGood edge pass rusher with some moves. Probably a 4-3 end.


Vosean Joseph – FloridaGood size, good athlete with instincts. I’m surprised he hasn’t been selected yet.

Mack Wilson — Alabama One-year starter for Alabama. More of a reactor than an anticipator, but he has shown he can be tough and physical.

Te’Von Coney – Notre DameInstinctive inside backer who didn’t run as well as anticipated. Has good value now.

Drue Tranquill –Notre Dame —Had two ACLs early in his career but good to go now. He’s a former safety who is capable of playing every down.

Corner –

Julian Love – Notre DameCan play outside or over a slot receiver. Speed is questionable but he always keeps good position.

Kris Boyd – TexasHas size and length, as well as good cover skills. Not the best in run support.

Isaiah Johnson – HoustonTall press corner who plays the ball well. Marginal long speed.

Amani Oruwariye – Penn StateImpressive ball skills to go along with height and length. Needs to be more physical in run support.

Safety –

Deionte Thompson - Alabama - Many (including myself) had him as the top safety going into the Combine. Hasn't worked out yet and some felt his play fell off the later part of the season.

Chauncey Gardner- Johnson – Florida Has all the tools, I’m really surprised he is still available, as many had a second-round grade on him. Nine interceptions in the past three years.

Jaquan Johnson – Miami - An aggressive “thumper” with adequate ball skills. Good safety size.

Khari Willis – Michigan State Does not have any special traits but he is good in all phases of the game. At 5017, he lacks ideal height.

Amani Hooker – IowaHas excellent cover skills and can play over a slot receiver. Like Willis, he lacks ideal height.