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McShay's final rankings: Top 300 prospects for 2019 NFL draft

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Draft week means it's time to turn off the game film, put down the scouting notebook and lock in my final rankings -- a full top 300 -- for the 2019 NFL draft class.

The first 50 players below have scouting reports written by Steve Muench and myself, along with our Scouts Inc. grade. And be sure to scroll to the bottom for a full positional breakdown, which includes nearly 800 prospects.

Top 300
1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100
101-150 | 151-200 | 201-250 | 251-300

Position rankings
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | C | OT | G
ILB | OLB | DE | DT | CB | S | K | P

1. Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State (Grade: 95)

Height: 6-foot-4 | Weight: 266 pounds | Highlights

Bosa is an outstanding run-defender and pass-rusher with good shock in his hands. He gets into the blockers' pads, locks out, locates and disengages in a flash. He has great natural feel as a pass-rusher and shows the ability to win in many ways.

2. Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama (95)

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 303 | Highlights

Williams is a well-built defensive tackle with the first-step quickness and strength to advance as a pass-rusher while engaged with an offensive lineman. He rarely loses one-on-one and shows the ability to anchor against double-teams in the running game. He played his best in Alabama's biggest games.

3. Ed Oliver, DT, Houston (94)

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 287 | Highlights

Oliver is a highly disruptive, one-gap run-defender with good instincts and elite first-step quickness. He has excellent range and makes plays in pursuit. He has violent hands but is undersized with shorter arms and needs to play in a one-gap scheme to be at his best. He hasn't realized his considerable potential when it comes to getting to the quarterback.

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