Hawaii Warriors wide receiver John Ursua (5) runs down the sideline after making a catch during the second quarter against the Navy Midshipmen at Aloha Stadium.Photo: Marco Garcia-USA TODAY Sports

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From the 2019 NFL Draft Bible (click here to purchase)

#236 Seahawks - John Ursua, WR, Hawaii

OUTLOOK: An extremely productive player, John Ursua has been a touchdown machine with his blazing speed, super sticky hands and ability to get behind defenses. He declared early because he’s a 23-year old redshirt junior that suffered a torn ACL in 2016. A former high school quarterback that recognizes holes in the secondary, coaches praise Ursua's high football IQ and old school work ethic.

#237 Panthers - Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia

OUTLOOK: His speed is electrifying, as Godwin plays at a faster clip than other receivers and that was on display in St. Petersburg for the Shrine Game. He made arguably the play of the week with his one handed catch during practice and turned heads at the event. Godwin can play inside or outside and brings special teams experience as a return man. Drafted in the 33rd round by the Atlanta Braves in 2015, Godwin is a gifted all around athlete, who has caught, run and thrown for touchdown. He possesses the speed and change of direction ability that is ideal for the NFL. A willing blocker but nothing more than a get in the way type of option.

#238 Bears - Stephen Denmark, CB, Valdosta State

#239 Vikings - Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon

OUTLOOK: Dillon Mitchell is a very sudden athlete that shows off terrific movement skills and excellent route running ability but his hands are inconsistent. He shows difficulty tracking the ball and his blocking is suspect. He has great top end speed and there’s no questioning his playmaking as a runner but his competitiveness remains a big question mark, which could sink him at the next level.

#240 Colts - Jackson Barton, T, Utah

OUTLOOK: Did an admirable job assuming the starting left tackle position for his former roommate Garrett Bolles (Broncos), while not as talented as Bolles, he certainly possesses the size and skill-set to play tackle at the next level. His family bloodlines run deep at Utah as his father, uncle and brother have all starred at the school. Has a brother Cody who played on the team and is a linebacker prospect on the NFL radar. Diet includes 7,000 calories, according to his mom Mikki, who was an All-American basketball standout. The job of training for the next level begun a long time ago in the Barton household and Jackson appears ready for prime time.

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