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The 2019 NFL Draft was the 84th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players. The draft was held on April 25–27 in Nashville, Tennessee. The first round was held on April 25, followed by the second and third rounds on April 26, and concluded with rounds 4–7 on April 27. A record-high 40 trades were made during this draft,[1] becoming the most ever in NFL Draft history, surpassing the 37 that were made in 2017.[2] More than 600,000 people were in attendance in the streets of Nashville, and 47.5 million viewers watched at home, both breaking records for the NFL Draft.[3]

2019 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 25–27, 2019
Time8:00 PM ET
LocationLower Broadway
Nashville, Tennessee
Network(s)ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network
Overview
254 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionKyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals
Mr. IrrelevantCaleb Wilson, TE, Arizona Cardinals
Most selections (12)Minnesota Vikings
Fewest selections (5)Chicago Bears
New Orleans Saints
Philadelphia Eagles
← 2018
2020 →

Contents

Early entrantsEdit

A record-high 111 eligible applicants announced their intention to enter the 2019 NFL Draft as underclassmen, which primarily included juniors and redshirt sophomores who forewent future years of college eligibility.[4] In order to be eligible to enter the draft, players must be at least three years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 14, 2019.

Host city bid processEdit

The host city for the 2019 (as well as the 2020) draft was chosen from among finalists Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Nashville and Cleveland/Canton in May 2018 at the NFL Spring League Meeting.[5] On May 23, 2018, the league announced Nashville as the host city of the 2019 NFL Draft.[6]

Player selectionsEdit

The following is the breakdown of the 254 players selected by position:

* Compensatory selection |
Pro Bowler[N 1]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray  QB Oklahoma Big 12 2018 Heisman Trophy winner
1 2 San Francisco 49ers Nick Bosa  DE Ohio State Big Ten
1 3 New York Jets Quinnen Williams  DT Alabama SEC 2018 Outland Trophy winner
1 4 Oakland Raiders Clelin Ferrell  DE Clemson ACC 2018 Hendricks Award winner
1 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Devin White  ILB LSU SEC 2018 Butkus Award winner
1 6 New York Giants Daniel Jones  QB Duke ACC
1 7 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Allen  OLB Kentucky SEC 2018 Nagurski Trophy and Bednarik Award winner
1 8 Detroit Lions T. J. Hockenson  TE Iowa Big Ten 2018 Mackey Award winner
1 9 Buffalo Bills Ed Oliver  DT Houston The American 2017 Outland Trophy winner
1 10 Pittsburgh Steelers Devin Bush  ILB Michigan Big Ten from Denver [R1 - 1]
1 11 Cincinnati Bengals Jonah Williams  OT Alabama SEC
1 12 Green Bay Packers Rashan Gary  OLB Michigan Big Ten
1 13 Miami Dolphins Christian Wilkins  DT Clemson ACC
1 14 Atlanta Falcons Chris Lindstrom  G Boston College ACC
1 15 Washington Redskins Dwayne Haskins  QB Ohio State Big Ten
1 16 Carolina Panthers Brian Burns  DE Florida State ACC
1 17 New York Giants Dexter Lawrence  DT Clemson ACC from Cleveland [R1 - 2]
1 18 Minnesota Vikings Garrett Bradbury  C NC State ACC 2018 Dave Rimington Trophy winner
1 19 Tennessee Titans Jeffery Simmons  DT Mississippi State SEC
1 20 Denver Broncos Noah Fant  TE Iowa Big Ten from Pittsburgh [R1 - 3]
1 21 Green Bay Packers Darnell Savage Jr.  FS Maryland Big Ten from Seattle [R1 - 4]
1 22 Philadelphia Eagles Andre Dillard  OT Washington State Pac-12 from Baltimore [R1 - 5]
1 23 Houston Texans Tytus Howard  OT Alabama State SWAC
1 24 Oakland Raiders Josh Jacobs  RB Alabama SEC from Chicago [R1 - 6]
1 25 Baltimore Ravens Marquise Brown  WR Oklahoma Big 12 from Philadelphia [R1 - 7]
1 26 Washington Redskins Montez Sweat  DE Mississippi State SEC from Indianapolis [R1 - 8]
1 27 Oakland Raiders Johnathan Abram  SS Mississippi State SEC from Dallas [R1 - 9]
1 28 Los Angeles Chargers Jerry Tillery  DT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
1 29 Seattle Seahawks L. J. Collier  DE TCU Big 12 from Kansas City [R1 - 10]
1 30 New York Giants Deandre Baker  CB Georgia SEC from New Orleans via Green Bay and Seattle [R1 - 11]
2018 Thorpe Award winner
1 31 Atlanta Falcons Kaleb McGary  OT Washington Pac-12 from LA Rams [R1 - 12]
1 32 New England Patriots N'Keal Harry  WR Arizona State Pac-12
2 33 Arizona Cardinals Byron Murphy  CB Washington Pac-12
2 34 Indianapolis Colts Rock Ya-Sin  CB Temple The American from NY Jets [R2 - 1]
2 35 Jacksonville Jaguars Jawaan Taylor  OT Florida SEC from Oakland [R2 - 2]
2 36 San Francisco 49ers Deebo Samuel  WR South Carolina SEC
2 37 Carolina Panthers Greg Little  OT Ole Miss SEC from NY Giants via Seattle [R2 - 3]
2 38 Buffalo Bills Cody Ford  OT Oklahoma Big 12 from Jacksonville via Oakland [R2 - 4]
2 39 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sean Bunting  CB Central Michigan MAC
2 40 Oakland Raiders Trayvon Mullen  CB Clemson ACC from Buffalo [R2 - 5]
2 41 Denver Broncos Dalton Risner  OT Kansas State Big 12
2 42 Denver Broncos Drew Lock  QB Missouri SEC from Cincinnati [R2 - 6]
2 43 Detroit Lions Jahlani Tavai  LB Hawaii MW
2 44 Green Bay Packers Elgton Jenkins  C Mississippi State SEC
2 45 New England Patriots Joejuan Williams  CB Vanderbilt SEC from Atlanta via LA Rams [R2 - 7]
2 46 Cleveland Browns Greedy Williams  CB LSU SEC from Washington via Indianapolis [R2 - 8]
2 47 Seattle Seahawks Marquise Blair  S Utah Pac-12 from Carolina [R2 - 9]
2 48 New Orleans Saints Erik McCoy  C Texas A&M SEC from Miami [R2 - 10]
2 49 Indianapolis Colts Ben Banogu  LB TCU Big 12 from Cleveland [R2 - 11]
2 50 Minnesota Vikings Irv Smith Jr.  TE Alabama SEC
2 51 Tennessee Titans A. J. Brown  WR Ole Miss SEC
2 52 Cincinnati Bengals Drew Sample  TE Washington Pac-12 from Pittsburgh via Denver [R2 - 12]
2 53 Philadelphia Eagles Miles Sanders  RB Penn State Big Ten from Baltimore [R2 - 13]
2 54 Houston Texans Lonnie Johnson Jr.  CB Kentucky SEC from Seattle [R2 - 14]
2 55 Houston Texans Max Scharping  OT Northern Illinois MAC
2 56 Kansas City Chiefs Mecole Hardman  WR Georgia SEC from Chicago via New England and LA Rams [R2 - 15]
2 57 Philadelphia Eagles JJ Arcega-Whiteside  WR Stanford Pac-12
2 58 Dallas Cowboys Trysten Hill  DT UCF The American
2 59 Indianapolis Colts Parris Campbell  WR Ohio State Big Ten
2 60 Los Angeles Chargers Nasir Adderley  S Delaware CAA
2 61 Los Angeles Rams Taylor Rapp  S Washington Pac-12 from Kansas City [R2 - 16]
2 62 Arizona Cardinals Andy Isabella  WR UMass Ind. (FBS) from New Orleans via Miami [R2 - 17]
2 63 Kansas City Chiefs Juan Thornhill  S Virginia ACC from LA Rams [R2 - 18]
2 64 Seattle Seahawks D. K. Metcalf  WR Ole Miss SEC from New England [R2 - 19]
3 65 Arizona Cardinals Zach Allen  DE Boston College ACC
3 66 Pittsburgh Steelers Diontae Johnson  WR Toledo MAC from Oakland [R3 - 1]
3 67 San Francisco 49ers Jalen Hurd  WR Baylor Big 12
3 68 New York Jets Jachai Polite  LB Florida SEC
3 69 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Oliver  TE San Jose State MW
3 70 Los Angeles Rams Darrell Henderson  RB Memphis The American from Tampa Bay [R3 - 2]
3 70.5 New York Giants Selection forfeited during the 2018 supplemental draft.[Forfeited 1]
3 71 Denver Broncos Dre'Mont Jones  DT Ohio State Big Ten
3 72 Cincinnati Bengals Germaine Pratt  LB NC State ACC
3 73 Chicago Bears David Montgomery  RB Iowa State Big 12 from Detroit via New England [R3 - 3]
3 74 Buffalo Bills Devin Singletary  RB Florida Atlantic C-USA
3 75 Green Bay Packers Jace Sternberger  TE Texas A&M SEC
3 76 Washington Redskins Terry McLaurin  WR Ohio State Big Ten
3 77 New England Patriots Chase Winovich  DE Michigan Big Ten from Carolina via Seattle [R3 - 4]
3 78 Miami Dolphins Michael Deiter  G Wisconsin Big Ten
3 79 Los Angeles Rams David Long  CB Michigan Big Ten from Atlanta [R3 - 5]
3 80 Cleveland Browns Sione Takitaki  LB BYU Ind. (FBS)
3 81 Detroit Lions Will Harris  S Boston College ACC from Minnesota [R3 - 6]
3 82 Tennessee Titans Nate Davis  G Charlotte C-USA
3 83 Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Layne  CB Michigan State Big Ten
3 84 Kansas City Chiefs Khalen Saunders  DT Western Illinois MVFC from Seattle [R3 - 7]
3 85 Baltimore Ravens Jaylon Ferguson  DE Louisiana Tech C-USA
3 86 Houston Texans Kahale Warring  TE San Diego State MW
3 87 New England Patriots Damien Harris  RB Alabama SEC from Chicago [R3 - 8]
3 88 Seattle Seahawks Cody Barton  LB Utah Pac-12 from Philadelphia via Detroit and Minnesota [R3 - 9]
3 89 Indianapolis Colts Bobby Okereke  LB Stanford Pac-12
3 90 Dallas Cowboys Connor McGovern  G Penn State Big Ten
3 91 Los Angeles Chargers Trey Pipkins  OT Sioux Falls NSIC
3 92 New York Jets Chuma Edoga  OT USC Pac-12 from Kansas City via Seattle and Minnesota [R3 - 10]
3 93 Baltimore Ravens Miles Boykin  WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from New Orleans via NY Jets and Minnesota [R3 - 11]
3 94 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jamel Dean  CB Auburn SEC from LA Rams [R3 - 12]
3 95 New York Giants Oshane Ximines  DE Old Dominion C-USA from New England via Cleveland [R3 - 13]
3* 96 Buffalo Bills Dawson Knox  TE Ole Miss SEC from Washington [R3 - 14]
3* 97 Los Angeles Rams Bobby Evans  OT Oklahoma Big 12 from New England [R3 - 15]
3* 98 Jacksonville Jaguars Quincy Williams  LB Murray State OVC from LA Rams [R3 - 16]
3* 99 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Edwards  S Kentucky SEC from LA Rams [R3 - 17]
3* 100 Carolina Panthers Will Grier  QB West Virginia Big 12
3* 101 New England Patriots Yodny Cajuste  OT West Virginia Big 12 from New England via LA Rams [R3 - 18]
3* 102 Minnesota Vikings Alexander Mattison  RB Boise State MW from Baltimore [R3 - 19]
4 103 Arizona Cardinals Hakeem Butler  WR Iowa State Big 12
4 104 Cincinnati Bengals Ryan Finley  QB NC State ACC from San Francisco [R4 - 1]
4 105 New Orleans Saints Chauncey Gardner-Johnson  S Florida SEC from NY Jets [R4 - 2]
4 106 Oakland Raiders Maxx Crosby  DE Eastern Michigan MAC
4 107 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Anthony Nelson  DE Iowa Big Ten
4 108 New York Giants Julian Love  CB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
4 109 Indianapolis Colts Khari Willis  S Michigan State Big Ten from Jacksonville via Oakland [R4 - 3]
4 110 San Francisco 49ers Mitch Wishnowsky  P Utah Pac-12 from Cincinnati [R4 - 4]
2016 Ray Guy Award winner
4 111 Atlanta Falcons Kendall Sheffield  CB Ohio State Big Ten from Detroit [R4 - 5]
4 112 Washington Redskins Bryce Love  RB Stanford Pac-12 from Buffalo [R4 - 6]
2017 Doak Walker Award winner
4 113 Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill  RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Denver [R4 - 7]
4 114 Minnesota Vikings Dru Samia  G Oklahoma Big 12 from Green Bay via Seattle [R4 - 8]
4 115 Carolina Panthers Christian Miller  LB Alabama SEC
4 116 Tennessee Titans Amani Hooker  S Iowa Big Ten from Miami via New Orleans and NY Jets [R4 - 9]
4 117 Detroit Lions Austin Bryant  DE Clemson ACC from Atlanta [R4 - 10]
4 118 New England Patriots Hjalte Froholdt  G Arkansas SEC from Washington via Green Bay and Seattle [R4 - 11]
4 119 Cleveland Browns Sheldrick Redwine  S Miami ACC
4 120 Seattle Seahawks Gary Jennings Jr.  WR West Virginia Big 12 from Minnesota [R4 - 12]
4 121 New York Jets Trevon Wesco  TE West Virginia Big 12 from Tennessee [R4 - 13]
4 122 Pittsburgh Steelers Benny Snell Jr.  RB Kentucky SEC
4 123 Baltimore Ravens Ben Powers  G Oklahoma Big 12
4 124 Seattle Seahawks Phil Haynes  G Wake Forest ACC
4 125 Cincinnati Bengals Renell Wren  DT Arizona State Pac-12 from Houston via Denver [R4 - 14]
4 126 Chicago Bears Riley Ridley  WR Georgia SEC
4 127 Baltimore Ravens Iman Marshall  CB USC Pac-12 from Philadelphia [R4 - 15]
4 128 Dallas Cowboys Tony Pollard  RB Memphis The American
4 129 Oakland Raiders Isaiah Johnson  CB Houston The American from Indianapolis [R4 - 16]
4 130 Los Angeles Chargers Drue Tranquill  LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
4 131 Washington Redskins Wes Martin  G Indiana Big Ten from Kansas City via Buffalo [R4 - 17]
4 132 Seattle Seahawks Ugochukwu Amadi  S Oregon Pac-12 from New Orleans via NY Giants [R4 - 18]
4 133 New England Patriots Jarrett Stidham  QB Auburn SEC from LA Rams [R4 - 19]
4 134 Los Angeles Rams Greg Gaines  DT Washington Pac-12 from New England [R4 - 20]
4* 135 Atlanta Falcons John Cominsky  DE Charleston MEC from Indianapolis via Oakland [R4 - 21]
4* 136 Cincinnati Bengals Michael Jordan  G Ohio State Big Ten from Dallas [R4 - 22]
4* 137 Oakland Raiders Foster Moreau  TE LSU SEC from Atlanta [R4 - 23]
4* 138 Philadelphia Eagles Shareef Miller  DE Penn State Big Ten
5 139 Arizona Cardinals Deionte Thompson  S Alabama SEC
5 140 Jacksonville Jaguars Ryquell Armstead  RB Temple The American from NY Jets via Oakland [R5 - 1]
5 141 Pittsburgh Steelers Zach Gentry  TE Michigan Big Ten from Oakland [R5 - 2]
5 142 Seattle Seahawks Ben Burr-Kirven  LB Washington Pac-12 from San Francisco via Detroit and NY Giants [R5 - 3]
5 143 New York Giants Ryan Connelly  LB Wisconsin Big Ten
5 144 Indianapolis Colts Marvell Tell III  S USC Pac-12 from Jacksonville via Cleveland [R5 - 4]
5 145 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Matt Gay  K Utah Pac-12 2017 Lou Groza Award winner
5 146 Detroit Lions Amani Oruwariye  CB Penn State Big Ten
5 147 Buffalo Bills Vosean Joseph  LB Florida SEC
5 148 San Francisco 49ers Dre Greenlaw  LB Arkansas SEC from Denver [R5 - 5]
5 149 Oakland Raiders Hunter Renfrow  WR Clemson ACC from Cincinnati via Dallas [R5 - 6]
2018 Burlsworth Trophy winner
5 150 Green Bay Packers Kingsley Keke  DT Texas A&M SEC
5 151 Miami Dolphins Andrew Van Ginkel  LB Wisconsin Big Ten
5 152 Atlanta Falcons Qadree Ollison  RB Pittsburgh ACC
5 153 Washington Redskins Ross Pierschbacher  G Alabama SEC
5 154 Carolina Panthers Jordan Scarlett  RB Florida SEC
5 155 Cleveland Browns Mack Wilson  LB Alabama SEC
5 156 Denver Broncos Justin Hollins  LB Oregon Pac-12 from Minnesota [R5 - 7]
5 157 New York Jets Blake Cashman  LB Minnesota Big Ten from Tennessee [R5 - 8]
5 158 Dallas Cowboys Michael Jackson  CB Miami ACC from Pittsburgh via Oakland, Buffalo and Oakland [R5 - 9]
5 159 New England Patriots Byron Cowart  DT Maryland Big Ten from Seattle via Minnesota [R5 - 10]
5 160 Baltimore Ravens Daylon Mack  DT Texas A&M SEC
5 161 Houston Texans Charles Omenihu  DE Texas Big 12
5 162 Minnesota Vikings Cameron Smith  LB USC Pac-12 from Chicago via New England, LA Rams and New England [R5 - 11]
5 163 New England Patriots Jake Bailey  P Stanford Pac-12 from Philadelphia [R5 - 12]
5 164 Indianapolis Colts E. J. Speed  LB Tarleton State Lone Star
5 165 Dallas Cowboys Joe Jackson  DE Miami ACC
5 166 Los Angeles Chargers Easton Stick  QB North Dakota State MVFC
5 167 Philadelphia Eagles Clayton Thorson  QB Northwestern Big Ten from Kansas City via LA Rams and New England [R5 - 13]
5 168 Tennessee Titans D'Andre Walker  LB Georgia SEC from New Orleans via NY Jets [R5 - 14]
5 169 Los Angeles Rams David Edwards  OT Wisconsin Big Ten
5 170 Cleveland Browns Austin Seibert  K Oklahoma Big 12 from New England [R5 - 15]
5* 171 New York Giants Darius Slayton  WR Auburn SEC
5* 172 Atlanta Falcons Jordan Miller  CB Washington Pac-12
5* 173 Washington Redskins Cole Holcomb  LB North Carolina ACC
6 174 Arizona Cardinals KeeSean Johnson  WR Fresno State MW
6 175 Pittsburgh Steelers Sutton Smith  DE Northern Illinois MAC from Oakland [R6 - 1]
6 176 San Francisco 49ers Kaden Smith  TE Stanford Pac-12
6 177 New Orleans Saints Saquan Hampton  S Rutgers Big Ten from NY Jets [R6 - 2]
6 178 Jacksonville Jaguars Gardner Minshew  QB Washington State Pac-12
6 179 Arizona Cardinals Lamont Gaillard  C Georgia SEC from Tampa Bay [R6 - 3]
6 180 New York Giants Corey Ballentine  CB Washburn MIAA
6 181 Buffalo Bills Jaquan Johnson  CB Miami ACC
6 182 Cincinnati Bengals Trayveon Williams  RB Texas A&M SEC from Denver [R6 - 4]
6 183 San Francisco 49ers Justin Skule  OT Vanderbilt SEC from Cincinnati [R6 - 5]
6 184 Detroit Lions Travis Fulgham  WR Old Dominion C-USA
6 185 Green Bay Packers Ka'dar Hollman  CB Toledo MAC
6 186 Detroit Lions Ty Johnson  RB Maryland Big Ten from Atlanta [R6 - 6]
6 186.5 Washington Redskins Selection forfeited during the 2018 supplemental draft.[Forfeited 2]
6 187 Denver Broncos Juwann Winfree  WR Colorado Pac-12 from Carolina [R6 - 7]
6 188 Tennessee Titans David Long Jr.  LB West Virginia Big 12 from Miami [R6 - 8]
6 189 Cleveland Browns Drew Forbes  OT Southeast Missouri State OVC
6 190 Minnesota Vikings Armon Watts  DT Arkansas SEC
6 191 Minnesota Vikings Marcus Epps  S Wyoming MW from Tennessee via Baltimore [R6 - 9]
6 192 Pittsburgh Steelers Isaiah Buggs  DT Alabama SEC
6 193 Minnesota Vikings Oli Udoh  OT Elon CAA from Baltimore [R6 - 10]
6 194 Green Bay Packers Dexter Williams  RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Seattle [R6 - 11]
6 195 Houston Texans Xavier Crawford  CB Central Michigan MAC
6 196 New York Jets Blessuan Austin  CB Rutgers Big Ten from Chicago via Oakland [R6 - 12]
6 197 Baltimore Ravens Trace McSorley  QB Penn State Big Ten from Philadelphia [R6 - 13]
6 198 San Francisco 49ers Tim Harris  CB Virginia ACC from Dallas via Cincinnati [R6 - 14]
6 199 Indianapolis Colts Gerri Green  DE Mississippi State SEC
6 200 Los Angeles Chargers Emeke Egbule  LB Houston The American
6 201 Kansas City Chiefs Rashad Fenton  CB South Carolina SEC
6 202 Miami Dolphins Isaiah Prince  OT Ohio State Big Ten from New Orleans [R6 - 15]
6 203 Atlanta Falcons Marcus Green  WR Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt from LA Rams [R6 - 16]
6 204 Seattle Seahawks Travis Homer  RB Miami ACC from New England via Detroit and Minnesota [R6 - 17]
6* 205 Chicago Bears Duke Shelley  CB Kansas State Big 12 from New England [R6 - 18]
6* 206 Washington Redskins Kelvin Harmon  WR NC State ACC
6* 207 Pittsburgh Steelers Ulysees Gilbert III  LB Akron MAC from Arizona [R6 - 19]
6* 208 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Scott Miller  WR Bowling Green MAC from Philadelphia [R6 - 20]
6* 209 Seattle Seahawks Demarcus Christmas  DT Florida State ACC from Minnesota [R6 - 21]
6* 210 Cincinnati Bengals Deshaun Davis  LB Auburn SEC
6* 211 Cincinnati Bengals Rodney Anderson  RB Oklahoma Big 12
6* 212 Carolina Panthers Dennis Daley  OT South Carolina SEC from San Francisco via Denver [R6 - 22]
6* 213 Dallas Cowboys Donovan Wilson  S Texas A&M SEC from Cincinnati [R6 - 23]
6* 214 Kansas City Chiefs Darwin Thompson  RB Utah State MW
7 215 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Terry Beckner  DT Missouri SEC from Arizona [R7 - 1]
7 216 Kansas City Chiefs Nick Allegretti  G Illinois Big Ten from San Francisco [R7 - 2]
7 217 Minnesota Vikings Kris Boyd  CB Texas Big 12 from NY Jets [R7 - 3]
7 218 Dallas Cowboys Mike Weber  RB Ohio State Big Ten from Oakland [R7 - 4]
7 219 Pittsburgh Steelers Derwin Gray  OT Maryland Big Ten from Tampa Bay [R7 - 5]
7 220 Houston Texans Cullen Gillaspia  FB Texas A&M SEC from NY Giants via Denver [R7 - 6]
7 221 Cleveland Browns Donnie Lewis Jr.  CB Tulane The American from Jacksonville [R7 - 7]
7 222 Chicago Bears Kerrith Whyte Jr.  RB Florida Atlantic C-USA from Denver via Philadelphia [R7 - 8]
7 223 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Brown  CB South Dakota State MVFC
7 224 Detroit Lions Isaac Nauta  TE Georgia SEC
7 225 Buffalo Bills Darryl Johnson Jr.  DE North Carolina A&T MEAC
7 226 Green Bay Packers Ty Summers  LB TCU Big 12
7 227 Washington Redskins Jimmy Moreland  CB James Madison CAA
7 228 Buffalo Bills Tommy Sweeney  TE Boston College ACC from Carolina [R7 - 9]
7 229 Detroit Lions P. J. Johnson  DE Arizona Pac-12 from Miami [R7 - 10]
7 230 Oakland Raiders Quinton Bell  DE Prairie View A&M SWAC from Atlanta [R7 - 11]
7 231 New Orleans Saints Alizé Mack  TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Cleveland [R7 - 12]
7 232 New York Giants George Asafo-Adjei  OT Kentucky SEC from Minnesota [R7 - 13]
7 233 Miami Dolphins Chandler Cox  FB Auburn SEC from Tennessee [R7 - 14]
7 234 Miami Dolphins Myles Gaskin  RB Washington Pac-12 from Pittsburgh via Cleveland [R7 - 15]
7 235 Jacksonville Jaguars Dontavius Russell  DT Auburn SEC from Seattle via Oakland [R7 - 16]
7 236 Seattle Seahawks John Ursua  WR Hawaii MW from Baltimore via Jacksonville [R7 - 17]
7 237 Carolina Panthers Terry Godwin  WR Georgia SEC from Houston via Denver [R7 - 18]
7 238 Chicago Bears Stephen Denmark  CB Valdosta State Gulf South
7 239 Minnesota Vikings Dillon Mitchell  WR Oregon Pac-12 from Philadelphia via New England [R7 - 19]
7 240 Indianapolis Colts Jackson Barton  OT Utah Pac-12
7 241 Dallas Cowboys Jalen Jelks  DE Oregon Pac-12
7 242 Los Angeles Chargers Cortez Broughton  DT Cincinnati The American
7 243 Los Angeles Rams Nick Scott  S Penn State Big Ten from Kansas City via San Francisco, Cleveland and New England [R7 - 20]
7 244 New Orleans Saints Kaden Elliss  LB Idaho Big Sky
7 245 New York Giants Chris Slayton  DT Syracuse ACC from LA Rams [R7 - 21]
7 246 Indianapolis Colts Javon Patterson  C Ole Miss SEC from New England via Philadelphia [R7 - 22]
7* 247 Minnesota Vikings Olabisi Johnson  WR Colorado State MW
7* 248 Arizona Cardinals Joshua Miles  OT Morgan State MEAC
7* 249 Arizona Cardinals Michael Dogbe  DE Temple The American
7* 250 Minnesota Vikings Austin Cutting  LS Air Force MW
7* 251 Los Angeles Rams Dakota Allen  LB Texas Tech Big 12
7* 252 New England Patriots Ken Webster  CB Ole Miss SEC
7* 253 Washington Redskins Jordan Brailford  DE Oklahoma State Big 12
7* 254 Arizona Cardinals Caleb Wilson  TE UCLA Pac-12 Mr. Irrelevant

Supplemental draftEdit

A supplemental draft was held on July 10, 2019. For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season.

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
5 - Arizona Cardinals Jalen Thompson  S Washington State Pac-12


TradesEdit

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the 2019 draft.

Round one

  1. ^ No. 10: Denver → Pittsburgh (D). Denver traded a first-round selection (10th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Pittsburgh's first- and second-round selections (20th and 52nd) as well as their third-round selection in 2020.[Trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 17: Cleveland → NY Giants (PD). Cleveland traded a first-round selection (17th), a third-round selection previously acquired from New England (95th), guard Kevin Zeitler and safety Jabrill Peppers to the Giants in exchange for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and defensive end Olivier Vernon.[Trade 2]
  3. ^ No. 20: Pittsburgh → Denver (D). See No. 10: Denver → Pittsburgh.[Trade 1]
  4. ^ No. 21: Seattle → Green Bay (D). Seattle traded a first-round selection (21st) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's first- and two fourth-round selections (30th, 114th and 118th).[Trade 1]
  5. ^ No. 22: Baltimore → Philadelphia (D). Baltimore traded a first-round selection (22nd) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's first-, fourth- and sixth-round selections (25th, 127th and 197th).[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 24: Chicago → Oakland (PD). Chicago traded first- and sixth-round selections (24th and 196th) as well as 2020 first- and third-round selections to Oakland in exchange for outside linebacker Khalil Mack and 2020 second- and conditional fifth-round selections.[Trade 3]
  7. ^ No. 25: Philadelphia → Baltimore (D). See No. 22: Baltimore → Philadelphia.[Trade 1]
  8. ^ No. 26: Indianapolis → Washington (D). Indianapolis traded a first-round selection (26th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's second-round selection (46th) as well as a 2020 second-round selection.[Trade 1]
  9. ^ No. 27: Dallas → Oakland (PD). Dallas traded a first-round selection (27th) to Oakland in exchange for wide receiver Amari Cooper.[Trade 4]
  10. ^ No. 29: Kansas City → Seattle (PD). Kansas City traded 2019 first- and third-round selections (29th and 92nd), as well as a conditional 2020 second-round selection to Seattle in exchange for defensive end Frank Clark and a third-round selection (84th).[Trade 5]
  11. ^ No. 30: multiple trades:
            New Orleans → Green Bay (PD). New Orleans traded a first-round selection (30th), as well as 2018 first- and fifth-round selections (27th and 147th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's 2018 first round selection (14th).[Trade 6]
            Green Bay → Seattle (D). See No. 21: Seattle → Green Bay.[Trade 1]
            Seattle → NY Giants (D). Seattle traded this first-round selection (30th) to New York Giants in exchange for New York's second-, fourth- and fifth-round selections (37th, 132nd and 142nd).[Trade 1]
  12. ^ No. 31: LA Rams → Atlanta (D). The Rams traded their first- and sixth-round selections (31st and 203rd) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's second- and third-round selections (45th and 79th).[Trade 1]

Round two

  1. ^ No. 34: NY Jets → Indianapolis (PD). The Jets traded their 2019 second-round selection (34th), as well as their 2018 first- and two second-round selections (6th, 37th and 49th) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' 2018 first-round selection (3rd).[Trade 7]
  2. ^ No. 35: Oakland → Jacksonville (D). Oakland traded their second-, fifth- and seventh-round selections (35th, 140th and 235th) to Jacksonville in exchange for Jacksonville's second- and fourth-round selections (38th and 109th).[Trade 1]
  3. ^ No. 37: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           NY Giants → Seattle (D). See No. 30: Seattle → NY Giants.
           Seattle → Carolina (D). Seattle traded this second-round selection (37th) to Carolina in exchange for Carolina's second- and third-round selections (47th and 77th).
  4. ^ No. 38: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Jacksonville → Oakland (D). See No. 35: Oakland → Jacksonville.
           Oakland → Buffalo (D). Oakland traded this second-round selection (38th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's second- and fifth-round selections (40th and 158th).
  5. ^ No. 40: Buffalo → Oakland (D). See No. 38: Oakland → Buffalo.[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 42: Cincinnati → Denver (D). Cincinnati traded their second-round selection (42nd) to Denver in exchange for Denver's second-, fourth- and sixth-round selections (52nd, 125th and 182nd).[Trade 1]
  7. ^ No. 45: multiple trades:.[Trade 1]
           Atlanta → LA Rams (D). See No. 31: LA Rams → Atlanta.
           LA Rams → New England (D). The Rams traded this second-round selection (45th) to New England in exchange for New England's second- and third-round selections (56th and 101st).
  8. ^ No. 46: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Washington → Indianapolis (D). See No. 26: Indianapolis → Washington.
           Indianapolis → Cleveland (D). Indianapolis traded this second-round selection (46th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's second- and fifth-round selections (49th and 144th).
  9. ^ No. 47: Carolina → Seattle (D). See No. 37: Seattle → Carolina.[Trade 1]
  10. ^ No. 48: Miami → New Orleans (D). Miami traded a second- and fourth-round selection (48th and 116th) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' second- and sixth-round selections (62nd and 202nd) as well as a 2020 second-round selection.[Trade 1]
  11. ^ No. 49: Cleveland → Indianapolis (D). See No. 46: Indianapolis → Cleveland.[Trade 1]
  12. ^ No. 52: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Pittsburgh → Denver (D). See No. 10: Denver → Pittsburgh.
           Denver → Cincinnati (D). See No. 42: Cincinnati → Denver.
  13. ^ No. 53: Baltimore → Philadelphia (PD). Baltimore traded a second-round selection (53rd) as well as 2018 second- and fourth-round selections (52nd and 125th) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's 2018 first- and fourth-round selections (32nd and 132nd).[Trade 6]
  14. ^ No. 54: Seattle → Houston (PD). Seattle traded a second-round selection (54th) as well as a 2018 third-round selection (80th) to Houston in exchange for Houston's 2018 fifth-round selection (141st) and offensive tackle Duane Brown. This trade originally included cornerback Jeremy Lane but was revised after Lane failed his physical.[Trade 8]
  15. ^ No. 56: multiple trades:
           Chicago → New England (PD). Chicago traded a second-round selection (56th) as well as a 2018 fourth-round selection (105th) to New England in exchange for New England's 2018 second-round selection previously acquired from Detroit (51st).[Trade 6]
           New England → LA Rams (D). See No. 45: LA Rams → New England.[Trade 1]
           LA Rams → Kansas City (D). The Rams traded this second-round selection (56th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's second- and fifth-round selections (61st and 167th).[Trade 1]
  16. ^ No. 61: Kansas City → LA Rams (D). See No. 56: LA Rams → Kansas City.[Trade 1]
  17. ^ No. 62: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           New Orleans → Miami (D). See No. 48: Miami → New Orleans.
           Miami → Arizona (D). Miami traded this second-round selection (62nd) as well as a 2020 fifth-round selection to Arizona in exchange for quarterback Josh Rosen.
  18. ^ No. 63: LA Rams → Kansas City (PD). The Rams traded their second-round selection (63rd) as well as their 2018 fourth-round selection (124th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's 2018 sixth-round selection (209th) and cornerback Marcus Peters.[Trade 9]
  19. ^ No. 64: New England → Seattle (D). New England traded their second-round selection (64th) to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's third- and fourth-round selections (77th and 118th).

Round three

  1. ^ No. 66: Oakland → Pittsburgh (PD). Oakland traded third- and fifth-round selections (66th and 141st) to Pittsburgh in exchange for wide receiver Antonio Brown.[Trade 10]
  2. ^ No. 70: Tampa Bay → LA Rams (D). Tampa Bay traded a third-round selection (70th) to the Rams in exchange for the Rams' two third-round selections (94th and 99th).[Trade 1]
  3. ^ No. 73: multiple trades:[Trade 6]
           Detroit → New England (PD). Detroit traded a third-round selection (73rd) to New England for New England's 2018 fourth-round selection (114th).
           New England → Chicago (D). New England traded this third-round selection and a sixth-round selection (73rd and 205th) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's third- and fifth-round selections (87th and 162nd) as well as a 2020 fourth-round selection.[Trade 1]
  4. ^ No. 77: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Carolina → Seattle (D). See No. 37: Seattle → Carolina.
           Seattle → New England (D). See No. 64: New England → Seattle.
  5. ^ No. 79: Atlanta → LA Rams (D). See No. 31: LA Rams → Atlanta.[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 81: Minnesota → Detroit (D). Minnesota traded a third-round selection (81st) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's third- and sixth-round selections (88th and 204th).[Trade 1]
  7. ^ No. 84: Seattle → Kansas City (PD). See No. 29: Kansas City → Seattle.[Trade 5]
  8. ^ No. 87: Chicago → New England (D). See No. 73: New England → Chicago.[Trade 1]
  9. ^ No. 88: multiple trades:
           Philadelphia → Detroit (PD). Philadelphia traded a third-round selection (88th) to Detroit in exchange for wide receiver Golden Tate.[Trade 11]
           Detroit → Minnesota (D). See No. 81: Minnesota → Detroit.[Trade 1]
           Minnesota → Seattle (D). Minnesota traded this third-round selection and a sixth-round selection (88th and 209th) to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's third- and fifth-round selections (92nd and 159th).[Trade 1]
  10. ^ No. 92: multiple trades:
           Kansas City → Seattle (PD). See No. 29: Kansas City → Seattle.[Trade 5]
           Seattle → Minnesota (D). See No. 88: Minnesota → Seattle.[Trade 1]
           Minnesota → NY Jets (D). Minnesota traded this third-round selection (92nd) to the Jets in exchange for the Jets' third- and seventh-round selections (93rd and 217th).[Trade 1]
  11. ^ No. 93: multiple trades:
           New Orleans → NY Jets (PD). New Orleans traded a third-round selection (93rd) to the Jets for the Jets' sixth-round selection and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.[Trade 12]
           NY Jets → Minnesota (D). See No. 92: Minnesota → NY Jets.[Trade 1]
           Minnesota → Baltimore (D). Minnesota traded this third-round selection (93rd) to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's third- and two sixth-round selections (102nd, 191st and 193rd).[Trade 1]
  12. ^ No. 94: LA Rams → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 70: Tampa Bay → LA Rams.[Trade 1]
  13. ^ No. 95: multiple trades:
            New England → Cleveland (PD). New England traded a third-round selection (95th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's 2018 fifth-round selection (159th) and defensive tackle Danny Shelton.[Trade 13]
            Cleveland → NY Giants (PD). See No. 17: Cleveland → NY Giants.[Trade 2]
  14. ^ No. 96: Washington → Buffalo (D). Washington traded a third-round selection (96th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's two fourth-round selections (112nd and 131st).
  15. ^ No. 97: New England → LA Rams (D). New England traded their third-and fifth-round selections (97th and 162nd) to the Rams in exchange for the Rams' fourth-round selection (133rd) and regained their third-round selection (101st).[Trade 1]
  16. ^ No. 98: LA Rams → Jacksonville (PD). The Rams traded their third-round selection (98th) as well as their 2020 fifth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Dante Fowler.[Trade 14]
  17. ^ No. 99: LA Rams → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 70: Tampa Bay → LA Rams.[Trade 1]
  18. ^ No. 101: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           New England → LA Rams (D). See No. 45: LA Rams → New England.
           LA Rams → New England (D). See No. 97: New England → LA Rams.
  19. ^ No. 102: Baltimore → Minnesota (D). See No. 93: Minnesota → Baltimore.[Trade 1]

Round four

  1. ^ No. 104: San Francisco → Cincinnati (D). San Francisco traded a fourth-round selection (104th) to Cincinnati in exchange for the Bengals' fourth- and two sixth-round selections (110th, 183rd, 198th).[Trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 105: NY Jets → New Orleans (D). The Jets traded a fourth-round selection (105th) to New Orleans in exchange for the Saints' fourth- and fifth-round selections (116th and 168th).[Trade 1]
  3. ^ No. 109: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           No. 109: Jacksonville → Oakland (D). See No. 35: Oakland → Jacksonville.
           Oakland → Indianapolis (D). Oakland traded this fourth-round selection (109th) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' two fourth-round selections (129th and 135th).
  4. ^ No. 110: Cincinnati → San Francisco (D). See No. 104: San Francisco → Cincinnati.[Trade 1]
  5. ^ No. 111: Detroit → Atlanta (D). Detroit traded a fourth-round selection (111th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's fourth- and sixth-round selections (117th and 186th).[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 112: Buffalo → Washington (D). See No. 96: Washington → Buffalo.
  7. ^ No. 113: Denver → Baltimore (PD). Denver traded a fourth-round selection (113th) to Baltimore in exchange for quarterback Joe Flacco; the trade became official on March 13.[Trade 15]
  8. ^ No. 114: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Green Bay → Seattle (D). See No. 21: Seattle → Green Bay.
           Seattle → Minnesota (D). Seattle traded this fourth-round selection (114th) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's fourth- and sixth-round selections (120th and 204th).
  9. ^ No. 116: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Miami → New Orleans (D). See No. 48: Miami → New Orleans.
           New Orleans → NY Jets (D). See No. 105: NY Jets → New Orleans.
           NY Jets → Tennessee (D). The Jets traded this fourth-round selection and their fifth-round selection (116th and 168th) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's fourth- and fifth-round selections (121st and 157th).
  10. ^ No. 117: Atlanta → Detroit (D). See No. 111: Detroit → Atlanta.[Trade 1]
  11. ^ No. 118: multiple trades:
           Washington → Green Bay (PD). Washington traded a fourth-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for free safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.[Trade 16]
            Green Bay → Seattle (D). See No. 21: Seattle → Green Bay.[Trade 1]
           Seattle → New England (D). See No. 64: New England → Seattle.[Trade 1]
  12. ^ No. 120: Minnesota → Seattle (D). See No. 114: Seattle → Minnesota.[Trade 1]
  13. ^ No. 121: Tennessee → NY Jets (D). See No. 116: NY Jets → Tennessee.[Trade 1]
  14. ^ No. 125: multiple trades:
           Houston → Denver (PD). Houston traded a fourth-round selection to Denver in exchange for wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The two teams also swapped seventh-round selections.[Trade 17]
           Denver → Cincinnati (D). See No. 42: Cincinnati → Denver.[Trade 1]
  15. ^ No. 127: Philadelphia → Baltimore (D). See No. 22: Baltimore → Philadelphia.[Trade 1]
  16. ^ No. 129: Indianapolis → Oakland (D). See No. 109: Oakland → Indianapolis.[Trade 1]
  17. ^ No. 131: multiple trades:
           Kansas City → Buffalo (PD). Kansas City traded a conditional fourth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for linebacker Reggie Ragland.[Trade 18]
           Buffalo → Washington (D). See No. 96: Washington → Buffalo.[Trade 1]
  18. ^ No. 132: multiple trades:
           New Orleans → NY Giants (PD). New Orleans traded a fourth-round selection (132nd) as well as a 2020 seventh-round selection to the Giants in exchange for cornerback Eli Apple.[Trade 19]
           NY Giants → Seattle (D). See No. 30: Seattle → NY Giants.[Trade 1]
  19. ^ No. 133: LA Rams → New England (D). See No. 97: New England → LA Rams.[Trade 1]
  20. ^ No. 134: New England → LA Rams (D). New England traded fourth- and seventh-round selections (134th and 243rd) to the Rams in exchange for the Rams' two fifth-round selections (162nd and 167th).[Trade 1]
  21. ^ No. 135: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Indianapolis → Oakland (D). See No. 109: Oakland → Indianapolis.
           Oakland → Atlanta (D). Oakland traded this fourth-round selection (135th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's fourth- and seventh-round selections (137th and 230th).
  22. ^ No. 136: Dallas → Cincinnati (D). Dallas traded a fourth-round selection (136th) to Cincinnati in exchange for Cincinnati's fifth- and sixth-round selections (149th and 213th).[Trade 1]
  23. ^ No. 137: Atlanta → Oakland (D). See No. 135: Oakland → Atlanta.[Trade 1]

Round five

  1. ^ No. 140: multiple trades:
           NY Jets → Oakland (PD). The Jets traded a fifth-round selection (140th) to Oakland in exchange for guard/tackle Kelechi Osemele and a sixth-round selection (196th) originally acquired from Chicago.[Trade 20]
           Oakland → Jacksonville (D). See No. 35: Oakland → Jacksonville.[Trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 141: Oakland → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 66: Oakland → Pittsburgh.[Trade 10]
  3. ^ No. 142: multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Detroit (PD). San Francisco traded a fifth-round selection (142nd) to Detroit in exchange for guard Laken Tomlinson.[Trade 21]
           Detroit → NY Giants (PD). Detroit traded a conditional fifth-round selection to the Giants in exchange for defensive tackle Damon Harrison. The condition was the Giants will receive the higher of Detroit or San Francisco's fifth-round selection.[Trade 22]
           NY Giants → Seattle (D). See No. 30: Seattle → NY Giants.[Trade 1]
  4. ^ No. 144: multiple trades:
           Jacksonville → Cleveland (PD). Jacksonville traded a fifth-round selection (144th) to Cleveland in exchange for running back Carlos Hyde.[Trade 23]
           Cleveland → Indianapolis (D). See No. 46: Indianapolis → Cleveland.[Trade 1]
  5. ^ No. 148: Denver → San Francisco (D). Denver traded a fifth-round selection (148th) to San Francisco in exchange for linebacker Dekoda Watson and a sixth-round selection (212th).[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 149: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Cincinnati → Dallas (D). See No. 136: Dallas → Cincinnati.
           Dallas → Oakland (D). Dallas traded this fifth-round selection (149th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland's fifth- and seventh-round selections (158th and 218th).[Trade 1]
  7. ^ No. 156: Minnesota → Denver (PD). Minnesota traded a fifth-round selection (156th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's 2018 seventh-round selection (225th) and quarterback Trevor Siemian.[Trade 24]
  8. ^ No. 157: Tennessee → NY Jets (D). See No. 116: NY Jets → Tennessee.
  9. ^ No. 158: multiple trades:
           Pittsburgh → Oakland (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fifth-round selection (158th) to Oakland in exchange for wide receiver Ryan Switzer and Oakland's sixth-round selection (175th).[Trade 25]
           Oakland → Buffalo (PD). Oakland traded this fifth-round selection (158th) to Buffalo in exchange for quarterback AJ McCarron.[Trade 26]
           Buffalo → Oakland (D). See No. 38: Oakland → Buffalo.[Trade 1]
           Oakland → Dallas (D). See No. 149: Dallas → Oakland.[Trade 1]
  10. ^ No. 159: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Seattle → Minnesota (D). See No. 88: Minnesota → Seattle.
           Minnesota → New England (D). Minnesota traded this fifth-round selection (159th) to New England in exchange for New England's fifth- and seventh-round selections (162nd and 239th).
  11. ^ No. 162: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Chicago → New England (D). See No. 73: New England → Chicago.
           New England → LA Rams (D). See No. 97: New England → LA Rams.
           LA Rams → New England (D). See No. 134: New England → LA Rams.
           New England → Minnesota (D). See No. 159: Minnesota → New England.
  12. ^ No. 163: Philadelphia → New England (D). Philadelphia traded a fifth-round selection (163rd) to New England in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (167th and 246th).[Trade 1]
  13. ^ No. 167: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           Kansas City → LA Rams (D). See No. 56: LA Rams → Kansas City.
           LA Rams → New England (D). See No. 134: New England → LA Rams.
           New England → Philadelphia (D). See No. 163: Philadelphia → New England.
  14. ^ No. 168: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           New Orleans → NY Jets (D). See No. 105: NY Jets → New Orleans.
           NY Jets → Tennessee (D). See No. 116: Tennessee → NY Jets.
  15. ^ No. 170: New England → Cleveland (PD). New England traded a fifth-round selection (170th) to Cleveland in exchange for receiver Josh Gordon and a seventh-round selection (243rd).[Trade 27]

Round six

  1. ^ No. 175: Oakland → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 158: Pittsburgh → Oakland.[Trade 25]
  2. ^ No. 177: NY Jets → New Orleans (PD). See No. 93: New Orleans → NY Jets.[Trade 12]
  3. ^ No. 179: Tampa Bay → Arizona (PD). Tampa Bay sent a sixth-round selection (179th) as compensation to Arizona in exchange for a seventh-round selection (215th) and the rights to head coach Bruce Arians.[Trade 28]
  4. ^ No. 182: Denver → Cincinnati (D). See No. 42: Cincinnati → Denver.[Trade 1]
  5. ^ No. 183: Cincinnati → San Francisco (D). See No. 104: San Francisco → Cincinnati.[Trade 1]
  6. ^ No. 186: Atlanta → Detroit (D). See No. 111: Detroit → Atlanta.[Trade 1]
  7. ^ No. 187: Carolina → Denver (D). Carolina traded a sixth-round selection (187th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's sixth- and seventh-round selections (212nd and 237th).[Trade 1]
  8. ^ No. 188: Miami → Tennessee (PD). Miami traded a sixth-round selection (188th) and quarterback Ryan Tannehill to Tennessee in exchange for a seventh-round selection (233rd) as well as a 2020 fourth-round selection.[Trade 29]
  9. ^ No. 191: multiple trades:
           Tennessee → Baltimore (PD). Tennessee traded a sixth-round selection (191st) to Baltimore in exchange for linebacker Kamalei Correa.[Trade 30]
           Baltimore → Minnesota (D). See No. 93: Minnesota → Baltimore.[Trade 1]
  10. ^ No. 193: Baltimore → Minnesota (D). See No. 93: Minnesota → Baltimore.[Trade 1]
  11. ^ No. 194: Seattle → Green Bay (PD). Seattle traded a sixth-round selection (194th) to Green Bay in exchange for quarterback Brett Hundley.[Trade 31]
  12. ^ No. 196: multiple trades:
           Chicago → Oakland (PD). See No. 24: Chicago → Oakland.[Trade 3]
           Oakland → NY Jets (PD). See No. 140: Oakland → NY Jets.[Trade 20]
  13. ^ No. 197: Philadelphia → Baltimore (D). See No. 22: Baltimore → Philadelphia.[Trade 1]
  14. ^ No. 198: multiple trades:
           Dallas → Cincinnati (PD). Dallas traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Cincinnati in exchange for cornerback Bene Benwikere.[Trade 32]
           Cincinnati → San Francisco (D). See No. 104: San Francisco → Cincinnati.[Trade 1]
  15. ^ No. 202: New Orleans → Miami (D). See No. 48: Miami → New Orleans.[Trade 1]
  16. ^ No. 203: LA Rams → Atlanta (D). See No. 31: LA Rams → Atlanta.[Trade 1]
  17. ^ No. 204: multiple trades:
           New England → Detroit (PD). New England traded a sixth-round selection to Detroit in exchange for cornerback Johnson Bademosi.[Trade 33]
           Detroit → Minnesota (D). See No. 81: Minnesota → Detroit.[Trade 1]
           Minnesota → Seattle (D). See No. 114: Seattle → Minnesota.[Trade 1]
  18. ^ No. 205: New England → Chicago (D). See No. 73: Chicago → New England.[Trade 1]
  19. ^ No. 207: Arizona → Pittsburgh (PD). Arizona traded a compensatory sixth-round selection (207th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for tackle Marcus Gilbert.[Trade 34]
  20. ^ No. 208: Philadelphia → Tampa Bay (PD). Philadelphia traded a sixth-round selection (208th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for wide receiver DeSean Jackson and a 2020 seventh-round selection.[Trade 35]
  21. ^ No. 209: Minnesota → Seattle (D). See No. 88: Minnesota → Seattle.[Trade 1]
  22. ^ No. 212: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           San Francisco → Denver (D). See No. 148: Denver → San Francisco.
           Denver → Carolina (D). See No. 187: Carolina → Denver.
  23. ^ No. 213: Cincinnati → Dallas (D). See No. 136: Dallas → Cincinnati.[Trade 1]

Round seven

  1. ^ No. 215: Arizona → Tampa Bay (PD). See No. 179: Tampa Bay → Arizona.[Trade 28]
  2. ^ No. 216: San Francisco → Kansas City (PD). San Francisco traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Kansas City in exchange for wide receiver Rod Streater and a conditional seventh-round selection.[Trade 36]
  3. ^ No. 217: NY Jets → Minnesota (D). See No. 92: Minnesota → NY Jets.[Trade 1]
  4. ^ No. 218: Oakland → Dallas (D). See No. 149: Dallas → Oakland.[Trade 1]
  5. ^ No. 219: Tampa Bay → Pittsburgh (PD). Tampa Bay traded a seventh-round selection (219th) and free safety J. J. Wilcox to Pittsburgh in exchange for their 2018 sixth-round selection (202nd).[Trade 37]
  6. ^ No. 220: multiple trades:
           NY Giants → Denver (PD). The Giants traded their conditional seventh-round selection to Denver in exchange for punter Riley Dixon.[Trade 38]
           Denver → Houston (PD). See No. 125: Houston → Denver.[Trade 17]
  7. ^ No. 221: Jacksonville → Cleveland (PD). Jacksonville traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for quarterback Cody Kessler.[Trade 39]
  8. ^ No. 222: multiple trades:
           Denver → Philadelphia (PD). Denver traded a seventh-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for guard Allen Barbre.[Trade 40]
           Philadelphia → Chicago (PD). Philadelphia traded this conditional seventh-round selection to Chicago in exchange for safety Deiondre' Hall.[Trade 41]
  9. ^ No. 228: Carolina → Buffalo (PD). Carolina traded a seventh-round selection (228th) and wide receiver Kaelin Clay to Buffalo in exchange for cornerback Kevon Seymour.[Trade 42]
  10. ^ No. 229: Miami → Detroit (PD). Miami traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Detroit in exchange for defensive tackle Akeem Spence.[Trade 43]
  11. ^ No. 230: Atlanta → Oakland (D). See No. 135: Oakland → Atlanta.[Trade 1]
  12. ^ No. 231: Cleveland → New Orleans (PD). Cleveland traded a conditional seventh-round selection to New Orleans in exchange for defensive tackle Devaroe Lawrence.[Trade 44]
  13. ^ No. 232: Minnesota → NY Giants (PD). Minnesota traded a seventh-round selection (232nd) to the Giants in exchange for center Brett Jones.[Trade 45]
  14. ^ No. 233: Tennessee → Miami (PD). See No. 188: Miami → Tennessee.[Trade 29]
  15. ^ No. 234: multiple trades:
           Pittsburgh → Cleveland (PD). Pittsburgh traded a seventh-round selection (234th) and wide receiver Sammie Coates to Cleveland in exchange for their 2018 sixth-round selection (202nd).[Trade 46]
           Cleveland → Miami (PD). Cleveland traded this seventh-round selection (234th) as well as a 2018 fourth-round selection previously acquired from Carolina (123rd) to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Jarvis Landry.[Trade 47]
  16. ^ No. 235: multiple trades:
           Seattle → Oakland (PD). Seattle traded a seventh-round selection (235th) to Oakland in exchange for safety Shalom Luani.[Trade 48]
           Oakland → Jacksonville (D). See No. 35: Oakland → Jacksonville.[Trade 1]
  17. ^ No. 236: multiple trades:
           Baltimore → Jacksonville (PD). Baltimore traded a seventh-round selection (236th) to Jacksonville in exchange for center Luke Bowanko.[Trade 49]
           Jacksonville → Seattle (D). Jacksonville traded this seventh-round selection (236th) to Seattle in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round selection.[Trade 1]
  18. ^ No. 237: multiple trades:
           Houston → Denver (PD). See No. 125: Houston → Denver.[Trade 17]
           Denver → Carolina (D). See No. 187: Carolina → Denver.[Trade 1]
  19. ^ No. 239: multiple trades:
           Philadelphia → New England (PD). Philadelphia traded a seventh-round selection (239th) as well as a 2018 seventh-round selection (250th) to New England in exchange for New England's 2018 seventh-round selection (233rd).[Trade 6]
           New England → Minnesota (D). See No. 159: Minnesota → New England.[Trade 1]
  20. ^ No. 243: multiple trades:
           Kansas City → San Francisco (PD). See No. 216: San Francisco → Kansas City.[Trade 36]
           San Francisco → Cleveland (PD). San Francisco traded this conditional seventh-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for offensive tackle Shon Coleman.[Trade 50]
           Cleveland → New England (PD). See No. 170: New England → Cleveland.[Trade 27]
           New England → LA Rams (D). See No. 134: LA Rams → New England.[Trade 1]
  21. ^ No. 245: LA Rams → NY Giants (PD). The Rams traded their seventh-round selection (245th) and linebacker Alec Ogletree to the Giants in exchange for the Giants' 2018 fourth- and sixth-round selections (135th and 176th).[Trade 51]
  22. ^ No. 246: multiple trades:[Trade 1]
           New England → Philadelphia (D). See No. 163: Philadelphia → New England.
           Philadelphia → Indianapolis (D). Philadelphia traded this seventh-round selection (246th) to Indianapolis in exchange for defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway.

Forfeited picksEdit

  1. ^ The New York Giants forfeited their 2019 third round pick after selecting Sam Beal in the 2018 supplemental draft.[7]
  2. ^ The Washington Redskins forfeited their 2019 sixth round pick after selecting Adonis Alexander in the 2018 supplemental draft.[7]

Media coverageEdit

In November 2018, after airing the final rounds of the draft on the network, ESPN announced that it would air coverage of all three days of the 2019 draft on ABC. The primetime broadcasts on ABC will feature a more entertainment-oriented format, with plans for extended segments profiling draft picks, as well as concert segments. ABC's coverage will be hosted by the panel of ESPN's College GameDay (which hosted an alternate ESPN2 broadcast of the previous draft), including Lee Corso, Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard. On cable, ESPN and NFL Network will carry coverage with a more conventional format. This came after Fox simulcast NFL Network coverage of the first two rounds of the 2018 draft on broadcast television (which incorporated Fox personalities), as a prelude to its acquisition of Thursday Night Football for the upcoming season.[8] ESPN had the largest single audience out of all three networks carrying the first round (5.336 million), but Fox and NFL Network (watched by 3.776 million and 2.005 million viewers individually) had a slightly larger cumulative audience (5.74 million) across both networks.[9][10]

In addition, NFL Network's morning show Good Morning Football was simulcast on ESPN2 on both April 25 and 26, while ESPN and NFL Network personalities made appearances across the networks' studio programs.[11]

SummaryEdit

Selections by NCAA conferenceEdit

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
NCAA Division I FBS football conferences
AAC 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 11
ACC 7 2 3 4 5 5 2 28
Big 12 3 3 5 6 2 3 4 26
Big Ten 7 2 7 7 8 5 4 40
C-USA 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 6
Ind. (FBS) 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 8
MAC 0 2 1 1 0 5 0 9
MW 0 1 3 0 0 3 3 10
Pac-12 3 5 3 6 7 3 6 33
SEC 9 13 6 7 10 10 9 64
Sun Belt 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
Big Sky 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
CAA 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3
MEAC 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
MVFC 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 3
OVC 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2
SWAC 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
NCAA Division II football conferences
GSC 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
LSC 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
MEC 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
MIAA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
NSIC 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

A record 64 players were drafted from one conference,[12] the most in NFL history, breaking the previous high of 63 selections in 2013. Both numbers were set by the Southeastern Conference.

Schools with multiple draft selectionsEdit

Selections Schools
10 Alabama
9 Ohio State
8 Oklahoma, Washington
7 Georgia, Texas A&M
6 Auburn, Clemson, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Penn State
5 Florida, Kentucky, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, Stanford, Utah, West Virginia
4 Boston College, Iowa, Maryland, NC State, Oregon, USC, Wisconsin
3 Arkansas, Houston, LSU, South Carolina, TCU, Temple
2 Arizona State, Central Michigan, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Hawaii, Iowa State, Kansas State, Memphis, Michigan State, Missouri, Northern Illinois, Oklahoma State, Old Dominion, Rutgers, Texas, Toledo, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington State

Selections by positionEdit

Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Center 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 5
Cornerback 1 7 3 4 3 8 6 32
Defensive end 6 0 4 5 2 2 6 25
Defensive tackle 6 1 2 2 3 3 4 21
Guard 1 0 3 6 1 0 1 12
Kicker 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
Linebacker 3 2 6 2 12 4 3 31
Long snapper 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Offensive tackle 4 5 4 0 1 5 4 23
Punter 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2
Quarterback 3 1 1 2 2 2 0 11
Running back 1 1 5 4 3 6 5 25
Safety 2 4 2 5 2 3 1 19
Tight end 2 2 4 2 1 1 4 16
Wide receiver 2 7 4 3 2 6 4 28
Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Offense 14 18 21 17 10 21 19 120
Defense 17 14 17 18 22 20 20 129
Special teams 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 5

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Players are identified as Pro Bowlers if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

ReferencesEdit

Trade references

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  2. ^ a b "Browns and Giants make it all one trade: Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon for Kevin Zeitler, Jabrill Peppers, No. 17 and No. 95; eliminate mid-round swap". cleveland.com. March 13, 2019. Retrieved March 13, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Trade: Bears give Mack record deal after trade". ESPN.co.uk. Retrieved September 2, 2018.
  4. ^ "Dallas Cowboys trade first-round pick to Oakland Raiders for Amari Cooper". ESPN.com. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
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