Get ready to keep up with all the changes when it comes to projecting the top 32 picks in the 2019 NFL draft. In Sporting News’ previous mock draft, we were not sure what underclassman would declare themselves eligible, and we did not know whether Oklahoma Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyle Murray would make himself available to pro football. We also did not know the directions a fourth of the NFL’s teams would go with their coaching staffs. In the weeks ahead, much will fluctuate as prospects see their stock rise or fall based on their performances in all-star game practices. Then will come the NFL Scouting Combine and pro days to shake up the board even more.