New Arena’s First Edition of the 2019 NFL Mock Draft

32. Green Bay Packers: RB Damien Harris (Alabama)

Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams are both underwhelming. Green Bay needs a standout rusher in order to help Aaron Rodgers better balance the offense. Harris has been Alabama’s top rusher for the past few seasons. Unlike other overworked running backs, Harris split time with a plethora of other backs. As such, he doesn’t have the same sort of wear and tear on his body. He’d be a nice boon for the Packers at the end of Round 1.

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31. Kansas City Chiefs: DB DeAndre Baker (Georgia)

The Chiefs’ secondary has been shredded all season long. Baker would instantly provide an upgrade at one of the corner spots. He’s been battle-tested in the vaunted SEC. Baker’s instinctual prowess can be amplified further by the fact he broke up nine passes this past season. Kansas City would undoubtedly love to bring Baker into the fold.

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30. Los Angeles Rams: DB Julian Love (Notre Dame)

Aqib Talib is old and injury prone, and Marcus Peters hasn’t exactly been a shining example of consistency. Both are slated to be free agents after next season. The Rams would be smart to land a player of Love’s caliber. He’s a perfect fit to play the nickel in the Rams’ base defense. Love is exceptionally quick — thus enabling him to cover slot receivers. He’s also proven over his collegiate career to be a very competitive player. While some corners may be more innately gifted, Love’s pedigree helps him win out here as the Rams’ choice.

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