2019 Picks #246-250
NFL Draft Scout
#246 Colts - Javon Patterson, C, Mississippi
OUTLOOK: Patterson has proven to hold his own against many NFL caliber players as a four-year starter in the SEC. A well built lineman and thick lower body with thighs built like wine barrels. He has started at every interior offensive line position, so he provides additional value due to his versatility. He possesses starter traits but his lack of hustle may prevent him from being a full-time starter at the next level.
#247 Vikings - Olabisi Johnson, WR, Colorado State
OUTLOOK: Johnson arrived on the scene with a flash, as he scored a touchdown on his first career reception as a freshman. He has terrific body control and the top end speed needed to threaten defenses deep. Johnson flashed smooth feet and proved to be a fluid athlete at the NFLPA Game—he was popular for team interview requests. He can be slow in and out of his breaks and ran a limited tree at CSU. Johnson is a grinder who is well respected by the coaches and players.
#248 Cardinals - Joshua Miles, T, Morgan State
OUTLOOK: “I failed my teammates when I became in eligible. This was an extremely turbulent time for me, and I wasn’t sure based on my administration if I had played my last football game. Through prayer and perseverance, I overcame ineligibility.” That is Joshua Miles explaining how he persevered from being declared academically ineligible, to having a sensational year in his senior season at Morgan State. Joshua Miles is a developmental prospect at the next level, but brings size, athleticism, and ruggedness to the offensive line.
#249 Cardinals - Michael Dogbe, DE, Temple
OUTLOOK: One of the strongest players in college football, Dogbe benched press 505 pounds during summer workouts, including 37 reps of 225 lbs and squatted 685 pounds. In addition to being a physical freak, the New Jersey native has been a strong, physical presence in the middle of the defensive line, providing a run-stuffing presence for the Owls. Dogbe has already set career highs with six and a half tackles for loss and four and a half sacks, along with 40 tackles, plus two forced fumbles through seven games. He arrived at Temple as a defensive end before being moved inside by then head coach Matt Rhule.