A Refreshed Look at the 2019 NFL Draft. What Would The Picks Look Like Today?

32. New England Patriots — RB Devin Singletary

Original Pick: N’Keal Harry

Kicking it off with one of the most exciting rookies to watch from 2019. Despite nagging injuries and ceding touches to the ageless Frank Gore, Singletary finished the year with the fifth most yards from scrimmage among rookies (969). Singletary’s 64.6 rushing yards per game was second among rookies runners only trailing Josh Jacobs. His dual-threat ability would be a welcomed addition to New England’s offense. In just 12 career games, Singletary has already amassed more receptions (21) and receiving yards (194) than Patriots first-round pick Sony Michel has in two seasons (19/144).

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