Last Word on Pro Football 2019 NFL Draft Headquarters

ARLINGTON, TX – APRIL 26: The 2018 NFL Draft logo is seen on a video board during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

“The 2019 NFL Draft is officially open.”

When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell utters those words on April 25 in Nashville, TN, it will mark the beginning of a three-day event that will change lives. The league’s 32 teams will give hundreds of young men the chance to realize their dreams of embarking upon a professional football career. It’s the culmination of a lengthy process that’s involved an extensive amount of evaluation when it comes to these players’ ability to contribute at the next level.

In that spirit, the draft analysts at Last Word on Pro Football have been hard at work breaking down the skill sets of this year’s group of NFL prospects. The fruit of that labor is our draft headquarters right here which contains scouting reports as well as team needs analysis. It’s your one-stop shop for familiarizing yourself with the players who will look to become instant impact rookies during the league’s 100th season.

The draft is an exciting process where fans of struggling teams hope they can find players who can lift them to excellence. At the same time, fans of the league’s elite clubs are hoping that the players selected by their respective teams can keep them at the top. But regardless of the team you root for, we can all agree that the draft is a fun-filled event where NFL fans come together to celebrate the future of the league.

Be sure to check back here often as this page will continue to grow as draft day approaches.

Note: All prospects are listed alphabetically by position.

Last Word on Pro Football 2019 NFL Draft Headquarters

2019 Quarterbacks

Jake Browning – Washington
Ryan Finley – NC State
Nick Fitzgerald – Mississippi State
Will Grier – West Virginia
Dwayne Haskins – Ohio State
Tyree Jackson – Buffalo
Daniel Jones – Duke
Drew Lock – Missouri
Gardner Minshew – Washington State
Kyler Murray – Oklahoma
Brett Rypien – Boise State
Kyle Shurmur – Vanderbilt
Easton Stick – North Dakota State
Clayton Thorson – Northwestern

2019 Running Backs

Rodney Anderson – Oklahoma
Myles Gaskin – Washington
Damien Harris – Alabama
Darrell Henderson – Memphis
Karan Higdon – Michigan
Justice Hill – Oklahoma State
Elijah Holyfield – Georgia
Joshua Jacobs – Alabama
Bryce Love – Stanford
Alexander Mattison – Boise State
David Montgomery – Iowa State
Joe Protheroe – Cal Poly
Miles Sanders – Penn State
L.J. Scott – Michigan State
Devin Singletary – Florida Atlantic
Benny Snell – Kentucky
Darwin Thompson – Utah State
Mike Weber – Ohio State
Dexter Williams – Notre Dame
Trayveon Williams – Texas A&M

2019 Wide Receivers

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside – Stanford
Miles Boykin – Notre Dame
Tyre Brady – Marshall
A.J. Brown – Ole Miss
Marquise Brown – Oklahoma
Hakeem Butler – Iowa State
Parris Campbell – Ohio State
Johnnie Dixon – Ohio State
Keelan Doss – UC Davis
Emanuel Hall – Missouri
Mecole Hardman – Georgia
Kelvin Harmon – NC State
N’Keal Harry – Arizona State
Jalen Hurd – Baylor
Andy Isabella – Massachusetts
Anthony Johnson – Buffalo
DaMarkus Lodge – Ole Miss
Terry McLaurin – Ohio State
D.K. Metcalf – Ole Miss
Jakobi Meyers – N.C. State
Stanley Morgan, Jr. – Nebraska
Hunter Renfrow – Clemson
Riley Ridley – Georgia
Deebo Samuel – South Carolina
David Sills – West Virginia

2019 Tight Ends

C.J. Conrad – Kentucky
Noah Fant – Iowa
T.J. Hockenson – Iowa
Dawson Knox – Ole Miss
Alize Mack – Notre Dame
Foster Moreau – LSU
Josh Oliver – San Jose State
Irv Smith, Jr. – Alabama
Kaden Smith – Stanford
Jace Sternberger – Texas A&M
Caleb Wilson – UCLA

2019 Offensive Linemen

Beau Benzschawel – Wisconsin
Garrett Bradbury – NC State
Garrett Brumfield – LSU
Yodny Cajuste – West Virginia
Nate Davis – Charlotte
Michael Deiter – Wisconsin
Andre Dillard – Washington State
Chuma Edoga – USC
David Edwards – Wisconsin
Cody Ford – Oklahoma
Hjalte Froholdt – Arkansas
Tytus Howard – Alabama State
Mitch Hyatt – Clemson
Martez Ivey – Florida
Elgton Jenkins – Mississippi State
Michael Jordan – Ohio State
Chris Lindstrom – Boston College
Greg Little – Ole Miss
Erik McCoy – Texas A&M
Kaleb McGary – Washington
Connor McGovern– Penn State
Iosua Opeta – Weber State
Ross Pierschbacher – Alabama
Isaiah Prince – Ohio State
Dalton Risner – Kansas State
Max Scharping – Northern Illinois
Jawaan Taylor – Florida
Jonah Williams – Alabama

2019 Edge Defenders

Josh Allen – Kentucky
Zach Allen – Boston College
Ben Banogu – TCU
Nick Bosa – Ohio State
Austin Bryant – Clemson
Brian Burns – Florida State
L.J. Collier – TCU
Jaylon Ferguson – Louisiana Tech
Clelin Ferrell – Clemson
Carl Granderson – Wyoming
Joe Jackson – Miami (FL)
Jalen Jelks – Oregon
Christian Miller – Alabama
Anthony Nelson – Iowa
Charles Omenihu – Texas
Jachai Polite – Florida
Wyatt Ray – Boston College
Montez Sweat – Mississippi State
Chase Winovich – Michigan
Oshane Ximines – Old Dominion
D’Andre Walker – Georgia

2019 Interior Defenders

Isaiah Buggs – Alabama
Demarcus Christmas – Florida State
Rashan Gary – Michigan
Dre’Mont Jones – Ohio State
Dexter Lawrence – Clemson
Ed Oliver – Houston
Khalen Saunders – Western Illinois
Jeffery Simmons – Mississippi State
Jerry Tillery – Notre Dame
Christian Wilkins – Clemson
Quinnen Williams – Alabama
Gerald Willis III – Miami (FL)
Renell Wren – Arizona State

2019 Linebackers

Jeffrey Allison – Fresno State
Cody Barton – Utah
Devin Bush – Michigan
Te’Von Coney – Notre Dame
Tyrel Dodson – Texas A&M
T.J. Edwards – Wisconsin
Terrill Hanks – New Mexico State
Khalil Hodge – Buffalo
Vosean Joseph – Florida
Tre Lamar – Clemson
Germaine Pratt – NC State
Cameron Smith – USC
Ty Summers – TCU
Devin White – LSU
Mack Wilson – Alabama

2019 Cornerbacks

DeAndre Baker – Georgia
Kris Boyd – Texas
Sean Bunting – Central Michigan
Lonnie Johnson – Kentucky
Justin Layne – Michigan State
David Long – Michigan
Julian Love – Notre Dame
Trayvon Mullen – Clemson
Byron Murphy – Washington
Amani Oruwariye – Penn State
Greedy Williams – LSU
Joejuan Williams – Vanderbilt
Rock Ya-Sin – Temple

2019 Safeties

Johnathan Abram – Mississippi State
Nasir Adderley – Delaware
Mike Bell – Fresno State
Jonathan Crawford – Indiana
Lukas Denis – Boston College
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson – Florida
Will Harris – Boston College
Amani Hooker – Iowa
Jaquan Johnson – Miami (FL)
Taylor Rapp – Washington
Sheldrick Redwine – Miami (FL)
Darnell Savage – Maryland
Marvell Tell III – USC
Deionte Thompson – Alabama
Juan Thornhill – Virginia

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