The folly of attempting to orchestrate a 2019 NFL mock draft nearly four months before the actual event takes place is self-evident. One needs look no further than the uncertain status of the draft order itself, the last 12 picks of which won't be fully set until after the playoffs, to highlight the need for any guess at the first round to be written in pencil rather than ink. Add in the incomplete list of early declarations and impending changes stemming from free agency and it becomes clear that this is more of a thought exercise than accurate forecast. Nevertheless, a sketch of how the top picks might shake out can be fun even if not particularly prudent at this point. Just don't point back to this in April (unless any picks are right).