The High Cup Week had a big impact on draft boards, with four players jumping to the NFL's ranking in 2019. There is still plenty of time for more changes, with the NFL scout combining (from February 26) and day drills on deck. Additionally, one pass is displayed on the top five, after rising steadily over the past two months.
Here are my 32 best prospects for this year's project, updated from the January 15 issue. ] Note: Subclasses are marked with an asterisk.
1. Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio *
Class: 95 | Height: 6-foot-4 | Weight: 263 | Previous: 1
Elite talent (with elite bloodlines), Bosa is not just a talented sender; he always knows where the ball is and is active against the run. It is best designed as a 4-3 defense edge in the NFL but is multifunctional with its length and strength. Bosa had six TFLs and four sacks in three games before suffering an abdominal trauma against the TCU on September 15, but this is not a type of injury that will worry the NFL scouts. In my Mock Draft 1.0 in December, Bosa went number 1 as a whole in Arizona Cardinals
Class: 94 | Height: 6-foot-4 | Weight: 295 | Previous: 2