The 2019 NFL draft is fast approaching. With names like Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa and Josh Allen available, it seems likely we already know how the first few selections of the first round will go on April 25.
But what about the rest of the picks?
A top-heavy draft class doesn't mean some diamonds in the rough won't be found further down in the draft. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, selected No. 199 overall in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft, is evidence of that -- and this year, the Patriots may draft his heir apparent.
Eli Manning is another veteran quarterback who could soon be replaced, as the New York Giants have both the sixth and 13th pick in the draft. Dwayne Haskins is the likely choice for the Giants, assuming another team doesn't swoop in and draft him with an earlier pick.
Watch the video above to see NFL analyst Charley Casserly's full mock draft.