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The season is over, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave football on pause till next season. Let this detailed mock draft satisfy your football needs. Be sure to check out the last page for how each draft pick would affect that player’s fantasy outlook.
No, the Arizona Cardinals will not take Nick Bosa here. The scheme fit is just not there and even though that shouldn’t be a factor in deciding the first overall pick, it will be. Enter in my #3 prospect from this 2019 class, Quinnen Williams. There is honestly not much of a difference between Williams and Bosa. He earned the highest grade ever given by Pro Football Focus to an interior defensive lineman (and he did this as a redshirt sophomore). This guy can play the nose, the two and the three. He brings power, speed, and explosiveness to the defensive line. My favorite quality that he has is his ability to fix his mistakes quickly.
*Below, you can see the dominance Q.W. has compared to Bosa. Yes, they play different positions on the defensive line, but that is not the reason for Q.W.'s better numbers.
2. San Francisco 49ers – Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio State
Team Needs: EDGE, DB, WR, S
Into John Lynch’s lap falls Nick Bosa. This guy can rush the passer with the best of them. I think he is the “better Bosa”. This is exactly what the 49ers need in my opinion. someone with great hand movement, power, and agility. Their pass rush is extremely underwhelming. The answer to their D-line problems was thought to be Solomon Thomas, DeForest Buckner, and Arik Armstead. The real solution to this problem is Nick Bosa.
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