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TOP 100 PROSPECTS
FOR THE 2019 NFL DRAFT
(or the HOT 64 for now)
February 19, 2019 Update
Doug Martz's Top 100 draft
board has had the
over the past five
years according to The
Huddle Report, which
tracks the top draft analysts
in the nation
(see link below)
 
 
 
Thank you to The Huddle
Report for the consistency and
reliability you demonstrate for
the NFL Draft process.

     
                                               

 

     To take you through the hot prospects that are likely to hear their name called

     during Round One and Round Two... here's the most recent rankings of the site!

 


 
Draft Board Guru TOP 100 PROSPECT DRAFTBOARD - DOUG MARTZ
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RANK PLAYER POSITION COLLEGE ATTENDED STATUS POS.RANK
1 Nick Bosa Edge Ohio State Jr 1
2 Quinnen Williams DL Alabama R-So 1
3 Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State R-So 1
4 Josh Allen Edge Kentucky SR 2
5 Rashan Gary DL Michigan Jr 2
6 Josh Jacobs RB Alabama Jr 1
7 Devin White LB LSU Jr 1
8 Clelin Ferrell Edge Clemson R-Jr 3
9 Ed Oliver DL Houston Jr 3
10 T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa R-So 1
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11 Jonah Williams OT/G Alabama Jr 1
12 Montez Sweat Edge Mississippi State R-SR 4
13 Greedy Williams CB LSU R-So 1
14 Jawaan Taylor OT Florida Jr 2
15 D.K. Metcalf WR Mississippi R-So 1
16 Jachai Polite Edge Florida Jr 5
17 Byron Murphy CB Washington R-So 2
18 Cody Ford OG/T Oklahoma R-Jr 1
19 Brian Burns Edge Florida State Jr 6
20 N'Keal Harry WR Arizona State Jr 2

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21 Drew Lock QB Missouri SR 2
22 Devin Bush LB Michigan Jr 2
23 Deandre Baker CB Georgia SR 3
24 Christian Wilkins DL Clemson SR 4
25 Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma R-Jr 3
26 C. Gardner-Johnson S/CB Florida Jr 1
27 Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama Jr 2
28 Andre Dillard OT Washington State R-SR 3
29 Mack Wilson LB Alabama Jr 3
30 Dexter Lawrence DL Clemson Jr 5

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31 Noah Fant TE Iowa Jr 3
32 Nasir Adderley S Delaware SR 2
33 Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson Jr 4
34 Greg Little OT Mississippi Jr 4
35 Taylor Rapp S Washington Jr 3
36 Jaylon Ferguson Edge Louisiana Tech R-SR 7
37 Garrett Bradbury C N.C. State R-SR 2
38 Jerry Tillery DL Notre Dame SR 6
39 Daniel Jones QB Duke R-Jr 4
40 Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma Jr 3

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41 Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple SR 5
42 Yodny Cajuste OT West Virginia R-SR 5
43 Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State R-Jr 4
44 Oshane Ximines Edge Old Dominion R-SR 8
45 Zach Allen DL Boston College SR 7
46 Amani Hooker S Iowa Jr 4
47 Deebo Samuel WR/KR South Carolina R-SR 5
48 Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic Jr 2
49 Dre'Mont Jones DL Ohio State Jr 8
50 Deionte Thompson S Alabama R-Jr 5

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51 Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State R-SR 6
52 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi Jr 6
53 Parris Campbell WR/KR Ohio State R-SR 7
54 Lonnie Johnson Jr. CB Kentucky Jr 7
55 Chris Lindstrom OG Boston College SR 3
56 Jeffery Simmons DL Mississippi State Jr 9
57 Kelvin Harmon WR N.C. State Jr 8
58 Joejuan Williams CB Vanderbilt Jr 8
59 Terrill Hanks LB New Mexico St. SR 4
60 Anthony Nelson Edge Iowa R-Jr 9

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61 Mecole Hardman WR/KR Georgia Jr 9
62 Julian Love CB Notre Dame Jr 9
63 Kaleb McGary OT Washington R-SR 6
64 Darrell Henderson RB Memphis Jr 3


       
** Top 64 prospects are illustrated here at this time. Check out the Offensive and Defensive Value Board
     Rankings for further rating of prospects.  The Top 100 Prospects will be revealed here just prior to the draft.
 
 
The accuracy within the slotting of prospects and overall rankings is that item at DraftBoardGuru.com for which the credibility of the site has been built over time.
For 2019, it is once again my hope to provide an accurate, well-studied, researched, and polished list for my draft colleagues, friends, and the enthusiasts that visit this website.  This site strives to be the best at two things:  Projecting the Top 100 prospects and slotting the players into a very close coordinate to where they will be expected to be drafted (see Offensive and Defensive Value Boards).  Please give me feedback and/or constructive criticism to this list via email (coachdmartz@hotmail.com) or twitter (twitter.com/DraftBoardGuru).  - Doug Martz
 
The Huddle Report (http://thehuddlereport.com) does exceptional reporting and collaboration on media/website success within the NFL Draft.  I've been a member of their scoring for 11 years now, going on 12 this year.  They are an incredible site with the ultimate level of credibility.  Please check them out! (see link below)
 
 
Previously scored results by the Huddle Report, THE BEST and MOST RECOGNIZED name in scoring collaboration:
 
 
86-(2018) 89-(2017);  86-(2016);   83-(2015);  81-(2014); * 5-yr average of 85.0
 
85-(2013); 82-(2012);  81-(2011);  82-(2010);  78-(2009);  84-(2008)
 
 
Over the most recent five-year span that the Huddle Report has scored this site,
the average is at 85.0, which is currently first in the nation during that time.
 

 

 
                                                                                                                                                     
 
   



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Note about Top 100 List:
Although Top 100 sounds easy, quick, and painless (like a 10-minute job)...  nothing could be further from the truth.  Designing and narrowing this list down from an initial group of over 700+ to a chunk of 100 prospects that will go in the first 100 selections is the hardest line of work for draft preparations.  It's also my favorite here at DraftBoardGuru.com.  The process involves as much naked-eye assessment of how these players are slotted into a draft position as possible.  Along with that, keen research on official team visits, pro-day workouts, and combine workouts are extremely valuable. Special consideration is also given to the regular season collegiate games and how the players did against other good (draftable) athletes.  The part of the Top 100 that's easy is the first 50.  It's that next 50 that takes hours upon hours to narrow down.  Finally, it's the players from #80 to #100 that makes the difference to whether this list can be credible or not.  The difference between scoring in the high 80's on this task (a good score) and getting a 70 depends on what happens in the final half of round three of the NFL draft.  Although mock drafting is fun, it pails in comparison to the workload involved in the slotting of players into a successful Top 100 list.