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2019 NFL Draft Season Preview: Offense With the college football

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season imminently approaching Womens Corey Bojorquez Jersey , it’s never to early to look ahead to the 2019 Draft and explore which position groups are deepest, and which players are worth watching, starting with the offensive side of the ball. While it’s very early, this year looks to be deep along the offensive line, especially at offensive tackle. On the flip side, most of the skill position groups appear to be lacking when compared to previous years.QuarterbackUnlike last year with Josh Allen, Josh Rosen, and Sam Darnold, no one is really sure which signal callers deserve to be anointed as first-round prospects. Surprisingly, the SEC is the conference to watch when it comes to quarterbacks. Missouri’s Drew Lock, Auburn’s Jarrett Stidham, and Mississippi State’s Nick Fitzgerald are all talented, but they have various flaws that keep them from being in the first round conversation at this time. Lock needs to improve on his sub-60% completion percentage, Stidham needs to work on his pocket presence, and Fitzgerald needs to learn to read the whole field. Other players to watch are West Virginia’s Will Grier, NC State’s Ryan Finley Authentic Josh Allen Jersey ,and Oregon’s Justin Herbert.Running backNFL fans have been spoiled in recent years with the amount of high quality running backs coming from the college ranks, but 2019 may break that trend. Though Alabama’s Damien Harris, Oklahoma State’s Justice Hill,and Florida Atlantic’s Devin Singletary are good prospects, none of them have been as dominant as Ezekiel Elliott or Saquon Barkley were in college. Others prospects have dominant athleticism, but need to prove that they can handle a starting workload. Oklahoma’s Rodney Anderson and Florida State’s Jacques Patrick fit that description. However, keep an eye on Iowa State’s David Montgomery. His running style reminds some of a young Marshawn Lynch.Wide receiverIt’s safe to declare Ole Miss receiver AJ Brown, with his dominant hands and strength in the open field, as a top prospect regardless of position. Outside of Brown, Arizona State’s N’Keal Harry’s 6’4” frame makes him a dominant red zone target. Closer to home, University at Buffalo’s Anthony Johnson puts up great numbers in the MAC conference, but he needs to answer questions about his long speed. This year’s premier deep threat is Marquise (Hollywood) Brown, who must continue to be productive despite losing Baker Mayfield to the NFL. Similar to the quarterbacks, this group of wideouts carries a lot of uncertainty and a fair share of question marks.Tight endIowa has been an NFL tight end factory for a while now, but their product this year might be their best ever. Hawkeye Noah Fant is an athletic freak who can do it all as a blocker and a pass catcher. In returning from a 2018 injury, UCLA’s Caleb Wilson needs to show that his elite speed and receiving skills haven’t left him. The best tight end tandem in the nation Womens Jason Croom Jersey , however, may be the one at LSU. Senior Foster Moreau has some soft hands and is a good stalk blocker, but Thaddeus Moss (son of Randy) could be the star of the show as a receiving option.Offensive Tackle2018 was a weak year for offensive tackles, with only three (Mike McGlinchey, Kolton Miller, Isaiah Wynn) selected in the first round. This year promises to be quite different, with up to five prospects already being anointed as potential franchise players. The list starts with Alabama’s Jonah Williams, who has been able to lock down the blind side for the Crimson Tide for a number of years. Ole Miss tackle Greg Little is more potential than finished product, but his potential at 6’6” and 325 pounds is massive. Washington’s Trey Adams is returning from a knee injury, and he has drawn comparisons to Jack Conklin of the Tennessee Titans. Clemson’s Mitch Hyatt is undersized at 6’5” and 311 pounds, but he is saved by his quickness and technique. Finally, Wisconsin right tackle David Edwards needs to work on his pass protection, but his run blocking appears to be elite.Interior Offensive LineThe interior offensive line group this year promises to be solid overall. As one would expect, Wisconsin leads the way with pro-ready prospects at both center (Michael Deiter) and guard (Beau Benzschawel). If you like watching dominant offensive line play, watch Wisconsin football. Alternatively, you can tune in to the SEC http://www.buffalobillsteamonline.com/jordan-mills-jersey , specifically to Florida and Arkansas who sport insatiable run blocker Martez Ivey and Frank Ragnow-sucessor Hjalte Froholdt, respectively. The Buffalo Bills promoted rookie wide receiver Cam Phillips to their 53-man roster on Thursday, cutting another rookie in Robert Foster to complete the transaction. The move was first announced by Phillips’s agent.Phillips was an undrafted free agent signing owing largely to an awful 4.79 forty yard dash at his Pro Day. The receiver missed the end of his senior season with a foot injury. Phillips is the all-time leading receiver at Virginia Tech, with 236 catches for 3027 yards and 17 touchdowns over his four year career. Not known as a deep threat, Phillips earned praise for his tenacity, especially running after the catch, and his abilities as a possession receiver.With the Bills, Phillips started in the deepest reaches of the depth chart, but early chemistry with fellow rookie Josh Allen had him steadily moving upward through training camp. He was one of the most consistent playmakers during each practice. A groin injury was a setback, and Phillips only appeared in three preseason games with two catches for 12 yards.Phillips replaces Foster, a speedster who struggled to finish at the catch point. In six games, Foster has nine targets, catching only two of them for 30 yards. After playing 36 percent of snaps in a heavy rotation from weeks 1-4, Foster’s time was cut dramatically in the last two weeks, with eight snaps against the Titans and two against the Texans.

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