Ranking the Top Offensive Prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft

Ranking the Top Offensive Prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft

Quarterback

  1. Drew Lock, Missouri

2018 stats: 3,125 yards, 7.8 Y/A, 25 TD, 8 INT, 63.2 comp %

     2. Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

2018 stats: 4,081 yards, 9.0 Y/A, 42 TD, 7 INT, 69.0 comp %

 3. Daniel Jones, Duke

2018 stats: 2,251 yards, 6.4 Y/A, 17 TD, 7 INT, 59.0 comp %

     4. Will Grier, West Virginia

2018 stats: 3,864 yards, 9.7 Y/A, 37 TD, 8 INT, 67.0 comp %

     5. Ryan Finley, NC State

2018 stats: 3,380 yards, 8.3 Y/A, 21 TD, 8 INT, 67.4 comp%

 

Running Back

  1. David Montgomery, Iowa St.

2018 stats: 947 yards, 198 attempts,  4.8 YPA, 10 TD, 16 REC, 96 yards

 2. Benny Snell, Kentucky

2018 stats: 1,330 yards, 263 attempts, 5.1 YPA, 14 TD, 17 REC, 105 yards

3. Damien Harris, Alabama

2018 stats: 719 yards, 117 attempts, 6.1 YPA, 7 TD, 17 REC, 177 yards

4. Justice Hill, Oklahoma State

2018 stats: 930 yards, 158 attempts, 5.9 YPA, 9 TD, 13 REC, 68 yards

5. Bryce Love, Stanford

2018 stats: 665 yards, 144 attempts, 4.6 YPA, 6 TD, 18 REC, 80 yards

 

Wide Receiver

  1. N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

2018 stats: 1,088 yards, 73 REC, 14.9 YPC, 9 TD

2. Collin Johnson, Texas

2018 stats: 768 yards, 57 REC, 13.5 YPC, 6 TD

3. Marquise Brown, Oklahoma

2018 stats: 1,264 yards, 70 REC, 18.1 YPC, 10 TD

 4. A.J. Brown, Ole Miss

2018 stats: 1,320 yards, 85 REC, 15.5 YPC, 6 TD

   5. Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

2018 stats: 849 yards, 58 REC, 14.6 YPC, 9 TD

 

Tight End

  1. Noah Fant, Iowa

2018 stats: 518 yards, 39 REC, 13.3 YPC, 7 TD

 2. Caleb Wilson, UCLA

2018 stats: 965 yards, 60 REC, 16.1 YPC, 4 TD

   3. Kaden Smith, Stanford

2018 stats: 635 yards, 47 REC, 13.5 YPC, 2 TD

4. Mitchell Wilcox, South Florida

2018 stats: 506 yards, 40 REC, 12.7 YPC, 2 TD

 5. Tommy Sweeney, Boston College

2018 stats: 348 yards, 32 REC, 10.9 YPC, 3 TD

 

Offensive Tackle

  1. Jonah Williams, Alabama
  2. Dalton Risner, Kansas State
  3. David Edwards, Wisconsin
  4. Greg Little, Ole Miss
  5. Andre Dillard, Washington State

 

Offensive Guard

  1. Michael Dieter, Wisconsin
  2. Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
  3. Beau Benschawel, Wisconsin
  4. Cody Ford, Oklahoma
  5. Chris Lindstrom, Boston College

 

Center

  1. Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi
  2. Eric McCoy, Texas A&M
  3. Michael Jordan, Ohio State
  4. Jesse Burkett, Stanford
  5. Garrett Bradberry, NC State

 

 

 



Long time sports fan, first time writer. I played a little college football at American International College (You probably have never heard of it). My favorite teams consist of the Jets, Yankees, Rangers, and Knicks. While three of those teams have brought me nothing but stress, I wouldn't want it any other way.


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