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2019 NFL Mock Draft

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Continuing with our 2019 NFL Mock Draft, here are our picks 11-20:

11. Oakland Raiders (Draft History): Trey Adams, OT, Washington

With starting left tackle Donald Penn set to turn 35 later this month, the Raiders could look for a long-term replacement for him in next year's draft. Adams is recovering from a torn ACL, but he will likely be off the board in the first half of the first round next year.

12. Baltimore Ravens (Draft History): Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

Under contract through the 2021 season, Joe Flacco isn't worried about the Ravens drafting a first-round quarterback in 2018. If they don't do so this year, it's certainly in play for 2019. After transferring from Baylor, Stidham started slowly but played his best football down the stretch as the Tigers beat both Georgia and Alabama in November.

13. Washington Redskins (Draft History): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

Washington signed Orlando Scandrick to replace Bashaud Breeland, but they could use an upgrade opposite Josh Norman. As a redshirt freshman, Williams had a dominant season at DBU with six interceptions and 11 pass breakups.

14. Denver Broncos (Draft History): Michael Jackson, CB, Miami (FL)

The Broncos traded Aqib Talib to the Rams and former first-round pick Bradley Roby is slated to become a free agent after the 2018 season. The 6-foot-1 corner had four interceptions in his only season as a starter and considering declaring for the 2018 NFL Draft. With another strong season, Jackson could be one of the first corners off the board.

15. Detroit Lions (Draft History): Joe Jackson, DE, Miami (FL)

Back-to-back seasons with 11.5 tackles for loss, Jackson had 8.5 sacks in 2016 and 6.5 more in 2017. While I have the Lions selecting edge rusher Harold Landry in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft, Ziggy Ansah is currently scheduled to play under the franchise tag in 2018, making his future in 2019 and beyond uncertain.

16. Dallas Cowboys (Draft History): A.J. Brown, WR, Mississippi

More likely than not, Brown won't last this long. If he does, however, it's a no-brainer for the Dez Bryant-less Cowboys, who cut their star wide receiver earlier this month.

Breaking the school's single-season receiving yardage record previously held by Laquon Treadwell, Brown finished 2017 with 75 catches for 1,252 yards and 11 touchdowns. The 225-pound wideout has a chance to be the top receiver selected in the 2019 draft.

17. Kansas City Chiefs (Draft History): Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama

Davis led the Crimson Tide defense with 8.5 sacks, finished second in tackles for loss (10) and third in tackles (69). Listed at 6-foot-7 and 306 pounds, Davis would give the Chiefs a talented five-technique opposite Chris Jones as Allen Bailey is due to become a free agent after the 2018 season.

18. Seattle Seahawks (Draft History): Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson

The fourth Clemson defensive lineman to come off the board in Round 1, Bryant had 8.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss last season. Frank Clark is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent following the 2018 NFL season.

19. San Francisco 49ers (Draft History): DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia

Rookie Ahkello Witherspoon graded out as PFF's 42nd cornerback and the 49ers signed Richard Sherman after he was released by the Seahawks. Adding more depth and youth to the position group with Baker makes sense. Per PFF, opposing SEC quarterbacks had a 38.7 passer rating when targeting Baker, the second-lowest among SEC cornerbacks last season.

20. Carolina Panthers (Draft History): N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

The 6-foot-4 Harry had 82 catches for 1,142 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore. The Panthers would be wise to give Cam Newton more weapons in the 2018 and/or 2019 draft(s).

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