All You Need to Know About the 2019 NFL Mock Draft 

By on February 4, 2019

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With the regular Senior Bowl over, it means that it’s that time once again when punters and pundits alike keep glued to their TV screens and mobile devices checking for the latest NFL transfer news. In this article, we take a look at those players who are likely going to move during the offseason. Before we start our countdown though, we just want to inform all readers that they too can have their say by simply visiting NetBet where they can pick players whom they think will switch clubs during the offseason.

Quinnen Williams (Arizona Cardinals)

In 2017, Quinnen Williams was voted as the best college football player. His defensive performances during that year made him an envy of all the scouts. With a whole host of teams looking to secure his signature, Quinnen Williams found the Arizona Cardinals offer too appealing to turn down. As such, he penned a short term contract with the team. In his debut NFL season, Quinnen Williams showed that he has what it takes to excel at the highest level. His short term contract expires in the summer but judging from his debut performances in the NFL, it’s only a matter of time before he is offered a lucrative long term contract.

Nick Bosa (San Francisco 49ers)

Josh Allen was immense for the San Francisco 49ers in recent seasons but his decision to leave forced the club to look for defensive reinforcements. At first, the San Francisco 49ers looked as if they would be looking to sign experienced players only. However, the team had a change of heart and decided to look both ways i.e. look for experienced players as well as upcoming stars. Focusing on the latter, the San Francisco 49ers discovered a rare gem in Nick Bosa. While he is odds on to sign a long term contract at the San Francisco 49ers, the club will be hoping that their new acquisition is the right answer for its defensive line.

Josh Allen (New York Jets)

Josh Allen made his name during his time at the San Francisco 49ers. By the time he left the San Francisco 49ers, Josh Allen had entered into that small group of players who are regarded as the best pass rushers in the league. Seeking a new challenge, Josh Allen decided to move to the New York Jets. It’s yet to be seen how Allen is going to settle in the new surroundings but if he can adapt quickly to the new surroundings, then the New York Jets will surely have a gem under their belts. Probably this time around, they can push for that Super Bowl appearance.

Rashan Gary (Oakland Raiders)

Rashan Gary had a miserable time during his stay at Michigan. However, many attribute Gary’s poor performances to the position he was deployed. However, with reports stating that he is looking to join the Oakland Raiders, it means that he now has the opportunity to play in his favoured edge rusher position rather than inside.

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