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NFL Draft 2019: Top 5 at each position on offense

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The top five NFL draft prospects by position ahead of the scouting combine

NCAA Football: College Football Playoff Semifinal-Orange Bowl-Alabama vs Oklahoma Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Quarterback

  1. Kyler Murray, 5’10 185, Oklahoma
  2. Dwayne Haskins, 6’2 220, Ohio State
  3. Drew Lock, 6’3 225, Missouri
  4. Will Grier, 6’1 220, West Virginia
  5. Gardner Minshew, 6’1 220, Washington State

Outside receiver

  1. NKeal Harry, 6’3 215, Arizona State
  2. Kelvin Harmon, 6’2 215, NC State
  3. DK Metcalf, 6’3 230, Ole Miss
  4. Hakeem Butler, 6’6 220, Iowa State
  5. Riley Ridley, 6’1 210, Georgia
NCAA Football: Arizona State at Southern California Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Slot receiver

  1. AJ Brown, 6’1 230, Ole Miss
  2. Deebo Samuel, 5’11 210, South Carolina
  3. Marquis Brown, 5’10 170, Oklahoma
  4. Andy Isabella, 5’10, 190, University of Massachusetts
  5. Hunter Renfrow, 5’10 185, Clemson

Running back

  1. David Montgomery, 5’10 215, Iowa State
  2. Devine Ozigbo. 5’11 220, Nebraska
  3. Alexander Mattison, 5’11 220, Boise State
  4. Miles Sanders, 5’11 215, Penn State
  5. Damien Harris, 5’10 215, Alabama
NCAA Football: Iowa State at Kansas Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Change-of-pace back

  1. Josh Jacobs, 5’9 215, Alabama
  2. Myles Gaskin, 5’9 195, Washington
  3. Justice Hill, 5’10 190, Oklahoma State
  4. Darwin Thompson, 5’8 190, Utah State
  5. Bryce Love, 5’9 202, Stanford

Tight end

  1. TJ Hockensen, 6’5 245, Iowa
  2. Noah Fant, 6’4 235, Iowa
  3. Irv Smith Jr., 6’4 240, Alabama
  4. Jace Sternberger, 6’4 250, Texas A&M
  5. Dax Raymond, 6’5 250, Utah State

Offensive tackle

  1. Cody Ford, 6’4 330, Oklahoma
  2. Jawaan Taylor, 6’5 330, Florida
  3. Kaleb McGary, 6’7 320, Washington
  4. Greg Little, 6’5 325, Ole Miss
  5. Jonah Williams, 6’5 305, Alabama
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Guard

  1. Dalton Risner, 6’5 310, Kansas State
  2. Chris Lindstrom, 6’4 310, Boston College
  3. Michael Dieter, 6’6 310, Wisconsin
  4. Dru Samia, 6’5 305, Oklahoma
  5. Garrett Brumfield, 6’2 305, LSU

Center

  1. Garrett Bradbury, 6’3 300, NC State
  2. Elgton Jenkins, 6’4 310, Mississippi State
  3. Ross Pierschbacher, 6’4 310, Alabama
  4. Lamont Gaillard, 6’3 305, Georgia
  5. Eric McCoy, 6’4 315, Texas A&M

See the positions on defense