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2019 NFL Draft Big Board, Post Senior Bowl Rankings

Charles Ominehu runs through pass rush drills during practice in Mobile, Alabama while preparing for Reese’s Senior Bowl.
RankingPlayer NamePositionSchool
1Nick BosaDEOhio State
2Quinnen WilliamsDTAlabama
3Devin WhiteLBLSU
4Josh AllenEdgeKentucky
5Ed OliverDTHouston
6Byron MurphyCBWashington
7Clelin FerrelDEClemson
8Rashan GaryDE/DTMichigan
9Jonah WilliamsOTAlabama
10Montez SweatDEMississippi State
11Greedy WilliamsCBLSU
12Jeffery SimmonsDTMississippi State
13Jachai PoliteEdgeFlorida
14Christian WilkinsDTClemson
15Noah FantTEIowa
16D.K. MetcalfWROle Miss
17Deandre BakerCBGeorgia
18Dwayne HaskinsQBOhio State
19Brian BurnsEdgeFlorida State
20Dalton RisnerOTKansas St
21T.J. HockensenTEIowa
22Greg LittleOTOle Miss
23Dexter LawrenceDTClemson
24Hakeem ButlerWRIowa State
25Josh JacobsRBAlabama
26N’Keal HarryWRArizona State
27Nasir AdderlySU of Delaware
28Kyler MurrayQBOklahoma
29Cody FordOT/OGOklahoma
30Julian LoveCBNotre Dame
31Johnathan AbramSMississippi State
32Devin Bush Jr.LBMichigan
33Mack WilsonLBAlabama
34Zach AllenDEBoston College
35Drew LockQBMissouri
36Deebo SamuelWRSouth Carolina
37Eric McCoyC/OGTexas A&M
38A.J.BrownWROle Miss
39Elgton JenkinsC/OGMississippi State
40Kelvin HarmonWRNC State
41Daniel JonesQBDuke
42Trayvon MullenCBClemson
43Marquise BrownWROklahoma
44Michael JordanOGOhio State
45Kayden SmithTEStanford
46Irv Smith IITEAlabama
47Deionte ThompsonSAlabama
48Andre DillardOTWashington State
49Jaylon FergersonEdgeLouisiana Tech
50David MontgomeryRBIowa State
51Jerry TilleryDTNotre Dame
52Taylor RappSWashington
53Amani OruwaryieCBPenn State
54Yodny CajusteOTWest Virginia
55Chase WinovichDEMichigan
56D’Andre WalkerEdgeGeorgia
57Jaylen JelksEdgeOregon
58Juan ThornhillSVirginia
59Te’Veon ConleyLBNotre Dame
60Dre’Mont JonesDTOhio State
61Jace SternbergerTETexas A&M
62Darrell HendersonRBMemphis
63David StillsWRWest Virginia
64Will GrierQBWest Virginia
65Rock Ya-SinCBTemple
66Tre LamarLBClemson
67Jawan TaylorOTFlorida
68Khalil HodgeLBBuffalo
69Chris LindstromOGBoston College
70Andy IsabellaWRUMass
71Riley RidleyWRGeorgia
72Elijah HolyfieldRBGeorgia
73Isaiah BuggsDTAlabama
74Devin SingletaryRBFlorida Atlantic
75Parris CampellWROhio State
76J.J. Arcega-WhitesideWRStanford
77Lil Jordan-HumpheryWRTexas
78Ross PierschbacherC/OGAlabama
79Charles OminehuDETexas
80Ben BanoguEdgeTCU
81Hunter RenfrowWRClemson
82Gary JenningsWRWest Virginia
83Trayveon WilliamsRBTexas A&M
84Terry McLaurenWROhio State
85Rodney AndersonRBOklahoma
86Jaquan JohnsonSSMiami
87Caleb WilsonTEUCLA
88Chauncy Gardner-JohnsonCB/SFlorida
89Ben PowersOGOklahoma
90Kris BoydCBTexas
91Emmanul HallWRMissouri
92Carl GrandersonDEWyoming
93TJ EdwardsLBWisconsin
94Joe JacksonDEMiami
95Mike BellSFresno State
96Lonnie JohnsonCBKentucky
97Amani HookerSIowa
98Germaine PrattLBNC State
99Justice HillRBOklahoma State
100Daylon MackDTTexas A&M

While the Reese’s Senior Bowl can sometimes be overlooked by fans, it is used as a main resource for NFL scouts to scout players. Some players have made their way onto this list, because of their performance at the Senior Bowl, while others may have fell down, or off my top 100 big board. Some players that increased their draft stock this week were:

  • Montez Sweat
  • Charles Omenihu
  • Dalton Risner
  • Drew Lock
  • Rock Ya-Sin
  • Andy Isabella
  • Nasir Adderley
  • Daylon Mack

Some Players that decreased their stock are:

  • Kris Boyd
  • Daniel Jones
  • Johnathan Abram
  • Zach Allen

Biggest Stock Up: Charles Omenihu

With a great week of practice in Mobile, followed by a great performance in the game Sunday, Omenihu has scouts pondering the possibility of him sneaking all the way into the first round.  He’s a name to watch leading up to the draft, and I am excited to see how he does at the combine.

Biggest Stock Down: Kris Boyd

Kris Boyd actually had a decent week in practice, looking like one of the more polished defensive backs at the game. But 3 pass-interference penalties in 2 drives, (two were back to back) show scouts he needs to work on technique more, and he may have been too nervous on the big stage. Hopefully, he can show off his athletic abilities next month at the combine to help increase his stock.

Biggest Surprise: Daniel Jones

Coming into the week Jones was considered a first round quarterback, and one of the more polished quarterbacks mechanically in the draft. After the week of practice, scouts were surprised with Jones. Jones had a bad performance and looked nervous all week in practice. Coming in he was considered on the same level as Drew Lock, after the week Lock looked superior to Jones by a decently large margin. Although winning MVP in the senior bowl, Jones had only 3 drives, and on the second he had an interception dropped. Jones needs to have a good combine and show off his athletic ability, along with showing off his accuracy in the throwing drills to increase his stock.

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