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2019 NFL Draft position by position prospect rankings

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The Arizona Cardinals have the first pick in the first six rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft. They also have a number of compensatory picks, so these 120 players are really just the tip of the iceberg.

Here is my pre-combine 2019 NFL Draft prospect rankings by position.

Quarterback:

  1. Dwayne Haskins - Ohio State
  2. Kyler Murray - Oklahoma
  3. Drew Lock - Missouri
  4. Daniel Jones - Duke
  5. Ryan Finley - North Carolina State
  6. Will Grier - West Virginia
  7. Nick Fitzgerald - Mississippi State
  8. Clayton Thorson - Northwestern
  9. Jarrett Stidham - Auburn
  10. Trace McSorley - Penn State

Running Back:

  1. Josh Jacobs - Alabama
  2. Darrell Henderson - Memphis
  3. Justice Hill - Oklahoma State
  4. Mike Weber - Ohio State
  5. Damien Harris - Alabama
  6. Devin Singletary - Florida Atlantic
  7. Benny Snell Jr. - Kentucky
  8. Trayveon Williams - Texas A&M
  9. Rodney Anderson - Oklahoma
  10. Miles Sanders - Penn State

Wide Receiver:

  1. N’Keal Harry - Arizona State
  2. D.K. Metcalf - Ole Miss
  3. A.J. Brown - Ole Miss
  4. Riley Ridley - Georgia
  5. Marquise Brown - Oklahoma
  6. Kelvin Harmon - North Carolina State
  7. Deebo Samuel - South Carolina
  8. Parris Campbell - Ohio State
  9. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside - Stanford
  10. Greg Dortch - Wake Forest

Tight End:

  1. T.J. Hockenson - Iowa
  2. Irvin Smith Jr. - Alabama
  3. Noah Fant - Iowa
  4. Zach Gentry - Michigan
  5. Caleb Wilson - UCLA
  6. Alize Mack - Notre Dame
  7. Josh Oliver - San Jose State
  8. Isaac Nauta - Georgia
  9. Kendall Blanton - Missouri
  10. Dawson Knox - Ole Miss

Offensive Tackle:

  1. Andre Dillard - Washington State
  2. Jonah Williams - Alabama
  3. Jawaan Taylor - Florida
  4. David Edwards - Wisconsin
  5. Greg Little - Ole Miss
  6. Tytus Howard - Alabama State
  7. Max Scharping - Northern Illinois
  8. Yodny Cajuste - West Virginia
  9. Kaleb McGary - Michigan
  10. Mitch Hyatt - Clemson

Interior Lineman:

  1. Chris Lindstrom - Boston College
  2. Cody Ford - Oklahoma
  3. Dalton Risner - Kansas State
  4. Michael Jordan - Ohio State
  5. Garrett Bradbury - North Carolina State (C)
  6. Elgton Jenkins - Mississippi State ©
  7. Martez Ivey - Florida
  8. Nate Davis - Charlotte
  9. Erik McCoy - Texas A&M (C)
  10. Beau Benzschawel - Wisconsin

Defensive End:

  1. Nick Bosa - Ohio State
  2. Quinnen Williams - Alabama
  3. Clelin Ferrell - Clemson
  4. Jachai Polite - Florida
  5. Zach Allen - Boston College
  6. Jaylon Ferguson - Louisiana Tech
  7. Jordan Brailford - Oklahoma State
  8. Oshane Ximines - Old Dominion
  9. Brian Burns - Florida State
  10. Derick Roberson - Sam Houston State

Defensive Tackle:

  1. Ed Oliver - Houston
  2. Jeffery Simmons - Mississippi State
  3. Rashan Gary - Michigan
  4. Christian Wilkins - Clemson
  5. Jerry Tillery - Notre Dame
  6. Dre’Mont Jones - Ohio State
  7. Dexter Lawrence - Clemson
  8. Gerald Willis III - Miami (Fla.)
  9. Daylon Mack - Texas A&M
  10. Khalen Saunders - Western Illinois

Outside Linebacker:

  1. Josh Allen - Kentucky
  2. Vosean Joseph - Florida
  3. Jalen Jelks - Oregon
  4. D’Andre Walker - Georgia
  5. Germaine Pratt - Louisville
  6. Chase Winovich - Michigan
  7. Terrill Hanks - New Mexico State
  8. Sutton Smith - Northern Illinois
  9. Sterling Sheffield - Maine
  10. Cameron Smith - Southern California

Inside Linebacker:

  1. Devin White - Louisiana State
  2. Mack Wilson - Alabama
  3. Devin Bush Jr. - Michigan
  4. Ben Burr-Kirven - Washington
  5. David Long Jr. - West Virginia
  6. Tre Lamar - Louisiana State
  7. Khalil Hodge - Buffalo
  8. Jeff Allison - Boise State
  9. T.J. Edwards - Wisconsin
  10. Kendall Joseph - Clemson

Cornerback:

  1. Greedy Williams - Louisiana State
  2. Byron Murphy - Washington
  3. Joejuan Williams - Vanderbilt
  4. Trayvon Mullen - Clemson
  5. Rock Ya-Sin - Temple
  6. Deandre Baker - Georgia
  7. Amani Oruwariye - Penn State
  8. Justin Layne - Michigan State
  9. Corey Ballentine - Washburn
  10. Kris Boyd - Texas

Safety:

  1. Taylor Rapp - Washington
  2. Johnathan Abram - Mississippi State
  3. Deionte Thompson - Alabama
  4. Nasir Adderley - Delaware
  5. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - Florida
  6. Lukas Denis - Boston College
  7. Juan Thornhill - Virginia
  8. Amani Hooker - Iowa
  9. Darnell Savage Jr. - Maryland
  10. Marvell Tell III - Southern California