2019 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings


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1. Dwayne Haskins
College: Ohio State
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 231
Comfortably my top quarterback in this year’s draft. Dwayne Haskins is a well-rounded prospect with high upside. Haskins displayed his accuracy regularly throughout last season and has beautiful ball placement. He’s dreadfully slow though and could be prone to sacks. He’ll also need to improve his touch, often times missing on throws because he floated passes allowing the defender to recover. He’s a risk with only one year of film but it was encouraging to see his improvement as the season went on. If teams are confident he can continue this growth at the next level, Haskins has the potential to be a top talent.

2. Kyler Murray
College: Oklahoma
Height: 5’10”, Weight: 207
Easily the most athletic and dynamic quarterback in the draft. Kyler Murray’s improv skills were incredible watch. He has great accuracy and did a nice job of stepping up in the pocket when faced with pressure. Outside of the obvious size concerns, I’d like to see him improve his placement because he was prone to overthrows.

3. Drew Lock
College: Missouri
Height: 6’4″, Weight: 228
A likely boom or bust quarterback, Drew Lock certainly has the tools you want. Lock’s equipped with great size, athleticism, arm strength, and a quick release. It’s encouraging to see his improvement over the course of the season; however, Lock’s pocket presence is dreadful. He also has a tendency to hold onto the ball too long and his ball placement can get a bit wild.

4. Will Grier
College: West Virginia
Height: 6’2″, Weight: 217

Will Grier is mobile, accurate, and has great ball placement. He does have a lot to clean up in his game. You’d like to see him play smarter, often times throwing into double and triple coverage. Grier struggles with his footwork and has difficulty when his first read isn’t open. He has starter potential, but he will need to sit for a couple of years.

5. Daniel Jones
College: Duke
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 221
Daniel Jones isn’t terribly flashy but is a clean prospect. He has great mechanics, size, and mobility. He’s comfortable moving around in the pocket and was killed by drops, but still over-performed at Duke. His arm strength does leave a lot to be desired and he was prone to wild overthrows.