Here's every pick from the first round of the 2019 NFL draft — and how it compared to expert predictions

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With the first pick of this year’s NFL draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyler Murray out of Oklahoma.

There were some rumblings before the draft that something unexpected might happen. Still, all nine NFL draft experts we surveyed before the draft were projecting Murray to go first to the Cardinals.

Below, we tracked each first-round pick of the 2019 NFL draft and compared those selections with some of the top draft experts’ predictions.


1. Arizona Cardinals — Kyler Murray, QB (Oklahoma)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 1 to the Cardinals

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 1 to the Cardinals

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 1 to the Cardinals

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 1 to the Cardinals

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

9 of 9 surveyed experts had Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray projected here.*

* The projections for this player from the four experts above are from their most recent mock drafts. Those mock drafts may have been updated since we surveyed the nine experts for the mock draft consensus at the bottom.


2. San Francisco 49ers — Nick Bosa, DE (Ohio State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 2 to the 49ers

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 2 to the 49ers

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 2 to the 49ers

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 2 to the 49ers

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

7 of 9 surveyed experts had Ohio State edge rusher Nick Bosa projected here.


3. New York Jets — Quinnen Williams, DT (Alabama)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 3 to the Jets

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 3 to the Jets

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 3 to the Jets

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 5 to the Bucs

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

5 of 9 surveyed experts had Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen projected here.


4. Oakland Raiders — Clelin Ferrell, DE (Clemson)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 32 to the Patriots

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 26 to the Colts

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 25 to the Eagles

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 17 to the Giants

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

5 of 9 surveyed experts had Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams projected here.


5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Devin White, LB (LSU)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 5 to the Bucs

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 6 to the Giants

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 5 to the Bucs

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 10 to the Broncos

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

4 of 9 surveyed experts had LSU linebacker Devin White or Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver projected here.


6. New York Giants — Daniel Jones, QB (Duke)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 17 to the Giants

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 28 to the Chargers

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 17 to the Giants

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 32 to the Patriots

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

The surveyed experts had no consensus projected here.


7. Jacksonville Jaguars — Josh Allen, DE (Kentucky)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 4 to the Raiders

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 5 to the Bucs

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 6 to the Giants

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 3 to the Jets

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

4 of 9 surveyed experts had Florida offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor projected here.


8. Detroit Lions — T.J. Hockenson, TE (Iowa)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 7 to the Jaguars

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 7 to the Jaguars

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 7 to the Jaguars

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 8 to the Lions

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Mississippi State edge rusher Montez Sweat projected here.


9. Buffalo Bills — Ed Oliver, DT (Houston)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 6 to the Giants

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 4 to the Raiders

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 4 to the Raiders

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 4 to the Raiders

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Washington State offensive tackle Andre Dillard projected here.


10. Pittsburgh Steelers (via a trade with Denver Broncos) — Devin Bush, LB (Michigan)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 11 to the Bengals

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 10 to the Broncos

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 10 to the Broncos

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 11 to the Bengals

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Missouri quarterback Drew Lock projected here.


11. Cincinnati Bengals — Jonah Williams, T (Alabama)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 9 to the Bills

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 11 to the Bengals

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 9 to the Bills

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 6 to the Giants

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

4 of 9 surveyed experts had Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins projected here.


12. Green Bay Packers — Rashan Gary, LB (Michigan)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 19 to the Titans

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 16 to the Panthers

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 21 to the Seahawks

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 21 to the Seahawks

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson projected here.


13. Miami Dolphins — Christian Wilkins, DT (Clemson)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 13 to the Dolphins

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 13 to the Dolphins

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 13 to the Dolphins

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 19 to the Titans

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Washington State offensive tackle Andre Dillard projected here.


14. Atlanta Falcons — Chris Lindstrom, G (Boston College)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 18 to the Vikings

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 31 to the Rams

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 31 to the Rams

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Did not have him in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins projected here.


15. Washington Redskins — Dwayne Haskins, QB (Ohio State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 10 to the Broncos

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 15 to the Redskins

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 15 to the Redskins

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 15 to the Redskins

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Missouri quarterback Drew Lock projected here.


16. Carolina Panthers —Brian Burns, DE (Florida State)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 8 to the Lions

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 8 to the Lions

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 11 to the Bengals

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 27 to the Raiders

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

The surveyed experts had no consensus projected here.


17. New York Giants (via Browns) — Dexter Lawrence, DT (Clemson)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 28 to the Chargers

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 29 to the Seahawks

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 25 to the Eagles

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Duke QB Daniel Jones projected here.


18. Minnesota Vikings — Garrett Bradbury, C (NC State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 31 to the Rams

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 18 to the Vikings

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 18 to the Vikings

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 18 to the Vikings

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Oklahoma OT Cody Ford projected here.


19. Tennessee Titans — Jeffery Simmons, DT (Mississippi State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 26 to the Colts

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 30 to the Packers

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 26 to the Colts

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 26 to the Colts

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Florida State LB Brian Burns projected here.


20. Pittsburgh Steelers — Noah Fant, TE (Iowa)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 30 to the Packers

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 12 to the Packers

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 32 to the Patriots

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 9 to the Bills

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Michigan LB Devin Bush projected here.


21. Green Bay Packers (via trade with Seattle Seahawks) — Darnell Savage, S (Maryland)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 27 to the Raiders

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 32 to the Patriots

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 27 to the Raiders

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Mississippi State DT Jeffery Simmons projected here.


22. Philadelphia Eagles (via a trade with Baltimore Ravens) — Andre Dillard, T (Washington State)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No.16 to the Panthers

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 23 to the Texans

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 8 to the Lions

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 14 to the Falcons

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf projected here.


23. Houston Texans — Tytus Howard, T (Alabama State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had LSU CB Greedy Williams projected here.


24. Oakland Raiders (via Chicago) — Josh Jacobs, RB (Alabama)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 24 to the Raiders

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 24 to the Raiders

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 24 to the Raiders

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 24 to the Raiders

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Alabama TE Irv Smith projected here.


25. Philadelphia Eagles — Marquise Brown, WR (Oklahoma)

Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 25 to the Eagles

Todd McShay (ESPN): N0. 19 to the Titans

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): N0. 19 to the Titans

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 12 to the Packers

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown projected here.


26. Washington Redskins (via a trade with Indianapolis Colts) — Montez Sweat, DE (Mississippi State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): No. 21 to the Seahawks

Todd McShay (ESPN): No. 21 to the Seahawks

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 16 to the Panthers

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 16 to the Panthers

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown projected here.


27. Oakland Raiders (via Cowboys) — Johnathan Abram, S (Mississippi State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): No. 29 to the Seahawks

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 29 to the Seahawks

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Washington CB Byron Murphy projected here.


28. Los Angeles Chargers — Jerry Tillery, DT (Notre Dame)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): No. 28 to the Chargers

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

3 of 9 surveyed experts had Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence projected here.


29. Seattle Seahawks — L.J. Collier, DL (TCU)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

4 of 9 surveyed experts had North Carolina State C Garrett Bradbury projected here.


30. New York Giants (via a trade with the Seattle Seahawks) — Deandre Baker, CB (Georgia)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Iowa TE Noah Fant projected here.


31. Atlanta Falcons (via a trade with the Los Angeles Rams) — Kaleb McGary, OT (Washington)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

2 of 9 surveyed experts had Mississippi State C Elgton Jenkins projected here.


32. New England Patriots — N’Keal Harry, WR (Arizona State)

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Where the experts projected this player to be drafted

Mel Kiper Jr. (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Todd McShay (ESPN): Not projected in the first round

Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

Bucky Brooks (NFL Network): Not projected in the first round

The player experts most often projected to be picked in this spot

The surveyed experts had no consensus projected here.


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