Combine Confidential: 2019 All-Combine Team

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray (QB11) watches during the workouts during the 2019 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.Photo: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

We take a look at the standout players from each position who saw their draft stock rise considerably.

The 2019 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium has finally wrapped up and the dust has settled from the plethora of trailblazers in Indianapolis.

2019 All-Combine 1st Team

Wait, what? Kyler Murray you say? Yes, despite not participating in any drills and in light of the NFLN report that the Oklahoma signal-caller flunked his team meetings, he still comes out as a winner. There mere fact that Murray is being considered as the number one overall pick bodes well for his draft stock. Plus, the additional 12 pounds of bulk made him a weigh-in winner. While Mississippi wide receiver D.K. Metcalf struggled in agility drills, his body beautiful physique and 4.33 forty-yard dash at 220 pounds certainly created a buzz. Mississippi State defensive end Montez Sweat burned up the turf in Indy with a 4.41 forty at 260 pounds, all but locking up a spot in the top ten come April.

OFFENSE

QB – Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

RB – Miles Sanders, Penn State

WR – Emmanuel Hall, Missouri

WR – A.J. Brown, Mississippi

WR – D.K. Metclaf, Mississippi

TE – Noah Fant, Iowa

OL – Andre Dillard, Wisconsin

OL – Chris Lindstrom, Boston College

OL – Erik McCoy, Texas A&M

OL – Iosua Opeta, Weber State

OL – Kaleb McGary, Washington

DEFENSE

DE – Rashan Gary, Michigan

DT – Quinnen Williams, Alabama

DT – Ed Oliver, Houston

DE – Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

LB – Devin White, LSU

LB – Devin Bush, Michigan

LB – Blake Cashman, Minnesota

CB – Greedy Williams, LSU

CB – Jamel Dean, Auburn

S – Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State
S – Darnell Savage, Maryland

2019 All-Combine 2nd Team

Duke quarterback Daniel Jones appeared to be the most polished signal-caller during the throwing sessions, while the wide receivers were fast and furious! Several small school offensive lineman have escalated up draft boards, including Joshua Miles of Morgan State, Trey Pipkins of Sioux Falls and Tytus Howard of Alabama State. The linebacker group also had an impressive list of speedsters with Ben Burr-Kirven of Washington and Gary Johnson of Texas boosting their draft.

OFFENSE

QB – Daniel Jones, Duke

RB – Justice Hill, Oklahoma State

WR – Miles Boykin, Notre Dame

WR – Parris Campbell, Ohio State

WR – Andy Isabella, UMass

TE – T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

OL – Jonah Williams, Alabama

OL – Joshua Miles, Morgan State

OL – Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina State

OL – Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls

OL – Tytus Howard, Alabama State

DEFENSE

DE – Brian Burns, Florida State

DT – Renell Wren, Arizona

DT – Trysten Hill, UCF

DE – Nick Bosa, Ohio State

LB – Gary Johnson, Texas

LB – Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington

LB – Dru Tranquill, Notre Dame

CB – Mark Fields, Clemson

CB – Isaiah Johnson, Houston

S – Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida
S – Zedrick Woods, Missouri

2019 All-Combine 3rd Team

Temple running back Ryquell Armstead had an impressive showing and is one of the more underrated runners in this year’s class. The wide receiver class is shaping up to be a rather deep crop and there’s sure to be great value on Day 3 of the draft. Eastern Michigan defensive end Maxx Crosby earned himself some ducats with his performance, while Western Illinois defensive tackle continued to build off of his momentum from the Senior Bowl, carrying it over to the combine. Washington cornerback Byron Murphy didn’t test as well as he’d like but he did look fluid in positional drills and did enough to secure his RD1 status.

OFFENSE

QB – Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

RB – Ryquell Armstead, Temple

WR – Hakeem Butler, Iowa State

WR – Terry McLaurin, Ohio State

WR – N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

TE – Foster Moreau, LSU

OL – Dalton Risner, Kansas State

OL – Michael Jordan, Ohio State

OL – Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State

OL – Ryan Bates, Penn State

OL – Isaiah Prince, Ohio State

DEFENSE

DE – Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan

DT – Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame

DT – Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois

DE – Chase Winovich, Michigan

LB – Cody Barton, Utah

LB – Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State

LB – David Long, West Virginia

CB – David Long, Michigan

CB – Byron Murphy, Washington

S – Marvell Tell, USC

S – Juan Thornhill, Virginia

2019 All-Combine Team Honorable Mention

The tight end class was spectacular and there are several worthy players who didn’t make the cut due to one of the best crops of tight ends in a long time. Several tweeners also stood out, as NFL teams will have to find positions at the next for players such as Christian Wilkins of Clemson, John Cominksy of Charleston (WV) and Anthony Nelson of Iowa.

OFFENSE

QB – Drew Lock, Missouri

RB – Alex Barnes, Kansas State

WR – Mecole Hardman, Georgia

WR – Darius Slayton, Auburn

WR – Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

TE – Josh Oliver, San Jose State

OL – Yosh Nijman, Virginia Tech

OL – Shaq Calhoun, Mississippi State

OL – Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas

OL – Connor McGovern, Penn State

OL – Jackson Barton, Utah

DEFENSE

DE – Anthony Nelson, Iowa

DT – Christian Wilkins, Clemson

DT – Keke Kingsley, Texas A&M

DE – John Cominsky, Charleston (WV)

LB – Ben Banogu, TCU

LB – Sione Takitaki, BYU

LB – Ty Summers, TCU

CB – Sean Bunting, Central Michigan

CB – Jordan Brown, South Dakota State

S – Sheldrick Redwine, Miami

S – Darius West, Kentucky

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER:* The 2019 NFL Draft Bible, Powered By NFL Draft Scout & The Sports Xchange

Comments