With that, we give you our full draft recap, with analysis on each team’s day and every selection made during the weekend.For more information on who your favorite team drafted, it’s not too late to get our 2019 NFL Draft Guide with expanded profiles, PFF signature stats and extensive details on over 600 players you cannot find anywhere else.Former Clemson defensive interior Christian Wilkins entered the 2019 NFL Draft as the best Tiger defensive lineman in the class. Oliver, a favorite of Steve Palazzolo, is one of the most physically imposing tight ends in the draft class. 35.Jacksonville didn’t steal much after Taylor on Day 2, selecting former San Jose State tight end Josh Oliver and Murray State linebacker Quincy Williams. Bunting gave up all of 17 catches this past season on 374 coverage snaps while picking off two passes and breaking up five more. He brings great balance and control to the table in pass protection, as evidenced by his 83.9 pass-blocking grade and five pressures allowed in 2018.“He has all the tools necessary to be one of the best interior offensive linemen in the NFL.”A favorite of Steve Palazzolo’s in this year’s tight end class, Texas A&M’s Jace Sternberger earned a career-high 72.7 overall grade in 2018 and finished as PFF’s No. Shocking some, he kept his eyes on the film, advanced statistical production and the grading.The Bolts got another PFF favorite for a very cheap price, stealing Derwin James at pick No. 64 overall is still a question that needs to be answered, but he nor Seattle should really care at this point. He has been one of the best coverage linebackers in college football over the past couple seasons after earning an 83.3 coverage grade in 2018 and 90.1 in 2017.Emeke Egbule, PFF’s No. He finished the pre-draft process as PFF’s No. 72 overall spot on PFF’s final big board.LSU tight end Foster Moreau and Clemson's Hunter Renfrow offer some upside as Day 3 picks, as well. He averaged 0.32 forced missed tackles per attempt and 5.1 yards after contact per attempt in 2018, ranking inside the top-five in both categories.A no-brainer selection for San Francisco, Nick Bosa is the best defensive player in the 2019 NFL Draft and has the potential to be even better than his brother Joey at the next level. 25 overall player prior to Thursday’s draft, Wilkins earned top-three run-defense and pass-rushing grades among qualifiers at his position in 2018.“Wilkins moves differently than your average 315-pound defensive tackle. He's an athletic tight end with great yards-after-the-catch ability who should help the Vikes move on from the more expensive veteran option at tight end, Kyle Rudolph.Minnesota put at least a few of their nine picks on Day 3 to good use. 4 overall player in the class, offensive tackle Jonah Williams was a steal for Cincinnati at pick No. He also earned a 75.9 coverage grade across 365 coverage snaps in 2018. He lacks the type of arm strength most would like to see at the NFL level, but throw for throw he’s one of the most accurate QBs in the class.Former South Dakota State cornerback Jordan Brown, PFF’s No. 64 overall player in the class, so scooping him up at No. Brown is a big, physical cornerback who dominated lesser FCS competition in his career at South Dakota State.Michigan edge defender Rashan Gary’s production has yet to catch up to his freakish athleticism. He plays the game with mean intentions and will ruin weaker offensive tackles if given the opportunity.Utah products Cody Barton and Marquise Blair will both need time to develop into every-down starters, but they both bring something special to the table. The rookie fifth-round pick began the season on injured reserve due to a foot issue. 212 overall player in the class, is a solid pass-rushing off-ball linebacker coming out of Houston. He had a run-defense and pass-rushing grade over 90.0 this past season, and the big man finished as PFF’s No.