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Raiders 2019 Draft History
 1  65  Quentin Moses DE Georgia
Saints 2019 Draft History
 2  66  Usama Young CB Kent State
Cowboys 2019 Draft History
 3  67  James Marten OT Boston College
Bucs 2019 Draft History
 4  68  Quincy Black OLB New Mexico
Cardinals 2019 Draft History
 5  69  Buster Davis ILB Florida State
Broncos 2019 Draft History
 6  70  Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame
Dolphins 2019 Draft History
 7  71  Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State
Vikings 2019 Draft History
 8  72  Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State
Texans 2019 Draft History
 9  73  Jacoby Jones WR Lane (TN)
Ravens 2019 Draft History
 10  74  Yamon Figurs WR Kansas State
Falcons 2019 Draft History
 11  75  Laurent Robinson WR Illinois State
49ers 2019 Draft History
 12  76  Jason Hill WR Washington State
Steelers 2019 Draft History
 13  77  Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota
Packers 2019 Draft History
 14  78  James Jones WR San Jose State
Jaguars 2019 Draft History
 15  79  Mike Walker WR Central Florida
Titans 2019 Draft History
 16  80  Paul Williams WR Fresno State
Giants 2019 Draft History
 17  81  Jay Alford DT Penn State
Chiefs 2019 Draft History
 18  82  Tank Tyler DT North Carolina State
Panthers 2019 Draft History
 19  83  *Charles Johnson DE Georgia
Rams 2019 Draft History
 20  84  Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee
Seahawks 2019 Draft History
 21  85  Brandon Mebane DT California
Ravens 2019 Draft History
 22  86  Marshall Yanda OT Iowa
Eagles 2019 Draft History
 23  87  Stewart Bradley OLB Nebraska
Saints 2019 Draft History
 24  88  Andy Alleman OG Akron
Packers 2019 Draft History
 25  89  Aaron Rouse SS Virginia Tech
Eagles 2019 Draft History
 26  90  Tony Hunt RB Penn State
Raiders 2019 Draft History
 27  91  Mario Henderson OT Florida State
Bills 2019 Draft History
 28  92  Trent Edwards QB Stanford
Bears 2019 Draft History
 29  93  Garrett Wolfe RB Northern Illinois
Bears 2019 Draft History
 30  94  Michael Okwo ILB Stanford
Colts 2019 Draft History
 31  95  Daymeion Hughes CB California
Chargers 2019 Draft History
 33  96  Anthony Waters ILB Clemson DRAFTSCOUT SAYS: As well as any club in the draft, the Chargers simply addressed each of their pre-draft needs with each of their three first day selections. Having already added a receiver and safety, the team addressed their concerns at inside linebacker with Clemson's Anthony Waters. Waters tore his ACL in the first game of the 2006 season, but recently proved his rehabilitation is going smoothly with an impressive workout. Previous to the injury Waters had been ranked as one of the elite linebackers in the draft. (Compensatory Pick)
49ers 2019 Draft History
 34  97  Ray McDonald DE Florida DRAFTSCOUT SAYS: Ignoring needs along the defensive line early in the draft, the 49ers added versatile defensive lineman Ray McDonald with the 97th pick. McDonald, at 6-4, 282 pounds, has the size and strength to contribute at defensive end and played this position, as well as defensive tackle while with the Gators. (Compensatory Pick)
Colts 2019 Draft History
 35  98  Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State DRAFTSCOUT SAYS: A good late first-day value for the Colts, who watched Montae Reagor leave and Corey Simonís future with the team uncertain. Pitcock doesnít wow with his workout numbers, but heís a run stuffer with a good bull rush. A smart player with good instincts, he has a chance to make an impact as a rookie. (Compensatory Pick)
Raiders 2019 Draft History
 36  99  Johnnie Lee Higgins WR Texas-El Paso DRAFTSCOUT SAYS: The Raiders have always liked speed, and they closed out the first day with one of the draftís most explosive receivers. Higgins is rough around the edges as a receiving prospect, but adds immediate value as a returner. (Compensatory Pick)

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