2019 NFL Mock Draft: All 7-Rounds, Every pick – Detroit Lions trade down
33- Arizona Cardinals: Eric McCoy, Interior Offensive Lineman, Texas A&M-The Cardinals get some help on the offensive line to better protect franchise passer Josh Rosen.
34- Indianapolis Colts: Hakeem Butler, Wide Receiver, Iowa State- The Colts only have one proven wide-out and add a rookie here that could turn the Colts’ offense into the best in the NFL.
35- Oakland Raiders: Chase Winovich, Defensive End, Michigan- After revamping their offense and adding a corner in the first round, the Raiders get a polished pass rusher who defends well against the too.
36- San Francisco 49ers: Lonnie Johnson, Cornerback, Kentucky- Grabbing a guy who can start opposite Richard Sherman should be on the front of the front office’s mind starting day two and Johnson gives them that.
37- *Acquired in earlier trade* New York Jets: Amani Oruwariye, Cornerback, Penn State- The Jets add a talented corner to an underwhelming secondary to bolster its pass defense.
38- Jacksonville Jaguars: Irv Smith, Tight End, Alabama- One reason that Foles had so much success in Philly was that he had a safety valve he could look to at tight end in Zach Ertz and adding Smith here gives him that in Jacksonville.
39- Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clelin Ferrell, Defensive End, Clemson- After addressing the linebacker position in round one, the Bucs get a high floor prospect to rush the passer from Clemson.
40- Buffalo Bills: Jerry Tillery, Defensive Tackle, Notre Dame- The Bills get a disruptive force to anchor the middle of their defensive line.
41- Denver Broncos: Charles Omenihu, Defensive Lineman, Texas- Omenihu gives the Broncos some versatility along the defensive line as he can play both inside and out at a high level.
42- Cincinnati Bengals: Blake Cashman, Linebacker, Minnesota- After addressing the quarterback position in the first round, Cincinnati gets a good linebacker to help sure up it’s weakest spot on defense.
43- Detroit Lions: Justin Layne, Cornerback, Michigan State- Layne can come in from day one and start opposite standout corner Darius Slay, filling one of the Lions’ biggest needs.
44- Green Bay Packers: Marquise Brown, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma- The Packers add a dynamic field stretching weapon to play opposite Davante Adams.
45- Atlanta Falcons: Rock Ya-Sin, Cornerback, Temple- Finding a corner to start beside Desmond Trufant should be addressed on day two and Ya-Sin gives them a high potential and aggressive corner.
46- *Acquired in an earlier trade* Detroit Lions: AJ Brown, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss- After moving back in the first round, the Lions are able to add a receiver that can be the new YAC King in Detroit and offers possibly the highest floor of all receivers in the draft.
47- Carolina Panthers: Darnell Savage, Safety, Maryland- Getting a safety that can be the leader of their secondary and be a play maker on the back end of the defense is exactly what Carolina needs and what Savage provides.
48- Miami Dolphins: Chris Lindstrom, Offensive Guard, Boston College- After getting a tackle to solidify the ends of the offensive line, Lindstrom will complete the line and provide the Dolphins with a potential all-pro.
49- Cleveland Browns: Julian Love, Cornerback, Michigan- After trading their first pick in the draft for Odell Beckham, the Browns need to find another corner to help relieve some stress on the defense and Love gives them a guy who was considered a top three corner in college.
50- Minnesota Vikings: Elgton Jenkins, Interior Offensive Lineman, Mississippi State- Once again working to address their biggest need, adding Jenkins improves the interior of the line and will help pave the way for Dalvin Cook.
51- Tennessee Titans: Deebo Samuel, Wide Receiver, South Carolina- Even though the Titans added Adam Humphries in the offseason and they still have Corey Davis, Samuel gives them another outside receiver that can be a threat at all levels of the field.
52- Pittsburgh Steelers: Mack Wilson, Linebacker, Alabama- After shoring up the secondary in round one, the Steelers address a huge need and get the fast, hard hitting linebacker from Alabama.
53- Philadelphia Eagles: Kaleb McGary, Offensive Tackle, Washington- The Eagles need to groom an offensive tackle of the future and someone that can provide quality depth from get-go.
54- Houston Texans: Greg Little, Offensive Tackle, Ole Miss- The Texans’ biggest need by far is finding two starting offensive linemen in the draft and they get number two here with the Ole Miss product.
55- Houston Texans: Juan Thornhill, Safety, Virginia- After losing the “Honey Badger” in free agency, getting a safety who can start right away is a need and Thornhill fits the bill as a ball-hawking safety.
56- New England: D’Andre Walker, Defensive End, Georgia- The Patriots need an edge rusher and Belichick has shown an affinity for Kirby Smart coached Bulldogs. Walker fits both bills and even though he had modest production at Georgia, it seems his name is going to be called sometime during round two.
57- Philadelphia Eagles: Darrell Henderson, Running Back, Memphis- The Eagles traded for Howard a few weeks back, but still need a back that better fits their scheme. Henderson could be that guy and he’s a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball.
58- Dallas Cowboys: Taylor Rapp, Safety, Washington- The Cowboys missed out on all the premier safeties in free agency, but get a top safety with their first pick in Rapp.
59- Indianapolis Colts: Deionte Thompson, Safety, Alabama- The Colts don’t have a ton of needs left to fill, but you can never have too many defensive backs and Thompson figures to be a guy that can contribute from day one.
60- Los Angeles Chargers: Dexter Lawrence, Defensive Tackle, Clemson- After getting their offensive tackle in the first round, the Chargers add the talented lineman from Clemson to fortify the defensive line.
61- Kansas City Chiefs: Sean Bunting, Cornerback, Western Michigan- After solving their biggest need by trading for pass rusher Frank Clark, the Chiefs get a good corner from WMU that can potentially contribute week one.
62- New Orleans Saints: Andy Isabella, Wide Receiver, UMass- The Saints’ offense lacks a true weapon opposite Michael Thomas and Isabella gives them someone who can beat a defense deep while Thomas carves them up on the intermediate routes.
63- Kansas City Chiefs: Vosean Joseph, Linebacker, Florida- Another pressing need for the Chiefs, Joseph from Florida is the last remaining backer worth a second round selection and is a heat seeking missile in the middle of the field.
64- New England Patriots: Parris Campbell, Wide Receiver, Ohio State- Edelman is getting older and the Patriots have no other threats except him at the moment. Gordon could return, but for now Campbell would be the number two option for the best quarterback in the game.