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McShay's 2019 NFL draft buzz: What I'm hearing on top prospects, teams, picks

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McShay: Haskins could fall in the NFL draft (1:46)

Todd McShay hears that the Giants might not be in love with Dwayne Haskins and could pass on the Ohio State QB to take Missouri's Drew Lock with the 17th overall pick. (1:46)

It's finally draft week. Which 2019 NFL draft prospects do teams with top picks like? Who is flying up draft boards? When should we expect the quarterbacks to be selected?

We won't know for sure which players will end up where until their names are called at the draft later this week. But with the exception of some family time over the weekend, I spent most of the past four days talking to NFL teams and gathering intel on what might go down in Nashville -- starting with a quick stop to answer a call from a general manager on my drive home from Bristol on Thursday.

Here's what I'm hearing around the league.


THE TOP 10 PICKS

Arizona Cardinals (Pick No. 1)

There is a handful of people starting to question whether Kyler Murray is still the No. 1 pick, including a general manager I spoke to in the past 72 hours. But I'm sticking with this pick until there's more concrete information otherwise. Kliff Kingsbury and his staff seem to like the Oklahoma quarterback as the new driver of their offense. So what happens with Josh Rosen? The two teams I hear most in trade discussions are the Giants and Dolphins.

San Francisco 49ers (Pick No. 2)

There are basically three options here: The Niners either draft Ohio State DE Nick Bosa, draft Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen or move back and take advantage of the depth of this draft class. Edge is a glaring need for San Francisco, and there's a good chance the best pass-rusher -- and player overall -- in Bosa will be on the board at No. 2.