McShay: The 2019 NFL draft's best at everything, sleepers and more

Greenberg baffled by Haskins falling out of McShay's top 10 (1:24)

Mike Greenberg is confused that Todd McShay does not have Dwayne Haskins being picked in the top 10 of the NFL draft. (1:24)

While my draft rankings show how the top prospects of the 2019 NFL draft stack up overall, it can be difficult to sift through for specific skills.

Which quarterback has the biggest arm? Which wide receiver is unstoppable in the red zone? Who is the top tackler on defense? I present my best at everything, the superlatives of draft class.

Plus, I give some players to watch on Day 2 and Day 3, as well as developmental prospects with upside. Scroll to the bottom to see who makes the lists.

Let's dive in.

Biggest arm QB
Drew Lock, Missouri

Lock's huge arm is really electric. The ball just jumps as he effortlessly throws downfield with velocity. I like the trajectory and placement on his deep balls. He had an FBS-best 20.3 percent off-target percentage on passes 20-plus yards downfield in 2018.

Most accurate QB
Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

Haskins' 70.0 completion percentage was fourth best in college football last season. He is the purest pocket passer in the class, showing excellent natural touch and anticipation.

Best QB at reading the defense
Ryan Finley, NC State

I love Finley's fast eyes. He gets through his progressions quickly, then gets the ball out on time when he finds his spot. His poise in the pocket and ability to sense pressure will help him develop in the NFL.


NFL draft profile: Ryan Finley

Ryan Finley is a tall and lean quarterback from NC State who has fast eyes and gets through his progressions quickly.