2019 NFL rookie updates: How all 254 draft picks have looked so far

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Which rookies from the 2019 NFL draft have impressed in training camp so far? Who are the middle-round picks who could make an impact? Which seventh-rounders will find their way onto rosters?

NFL Nation assesses the performances of the entire 2019 class.

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Round 1

1. Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals

Murray hit the ground running when he arrived in Arizona, having run coach Kliff Kingsbury's version of the Air Raid since the eighth grade. He has continued to develop, especially when it comes to adapting to the speed of the game. He has displayed a deft touch, pinpoint accuracy and a velocity on his passes that allows him to put his throws only where his receivers can get them. -- Josh Weinfuss

2. Nick Bosa, DE, San Francisco 49ers

Before Bosa suffered an ankle sprain, Niners coaches and players were going out of their way to avoid heaping too much praise on him -- that's how good he'd been in camp. The injury was a reminder Bosa has to prove he can be durable, though the Niners are confident he'll be back early in the season (potentially Week 1). If he can, he has a chance to push for Defensive Rookie of the Year. -- Nick Wagoner

3. Quinnen Williams, DT, New York Jets

Williams has the goods to be a fantastic player, and he shows it almost every time he steps on the field. He's ultra-quick for a big man and packs a punch with his bull rush, as the Falcons learned the hard way last week. Williams will be heavily involved in 2019. Barring injury, he will be their best lineman by the end of this season. -- Rich Cimini

4. Clelin Ferrell, DE, Oakland Raiders

While some in the organization wondered if Ferrell was "mean enough" to be an NFL edge rusher, Ferrell has shown steady improvement in camp and the exhibition season -- save for the two illegal-hands-to-the-face penalties he racked up in the same series at Arizona. "He almost chased [Kyler Murray] down on that boot; that guy can run," Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther said of Ferrell. "He did a good job. A couple of times his hands got a little bit too high. That's easy stuff to clean up." -- Paul Gutierrez

5. Devin White, ILB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

White stepped in right away as the starting middle linebacker and leader of the defense. He has done a tremendous job in both areas. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has used White a ton as a blitzer. He's still learning his run fits and there have been instances where O.J. Howard has beaten him, but the sky is truly the limit. -- Jenna Laine

6. Daniel Jones, QB, New York Giants

He has been everything the Giants wanted and expected. It has shown daily on the practice field and in the preseason, especially with his ability to throw the deep ball. -- Jordan Raanan

7. Josh Allen, DE/OLB, Jacksonville Jaguars

His first play in the preseason was a tackle for loss and he tossed a 326-pound tackle off his feet in Week 2, so his strength is impressive. His athleticism at 6-feet-5, 262 pounds really stands out, too, especially when he's in zone coverage in the flat. He should get a lot of one-on-one opportunities when he's on the field with Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue. -- Michael DiRocco

8. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions

Hockenson has been exactly what the Lions have wanted so far. He has developed a rapport in practice with Matthew Stafford, displayed great hands and been a target in the red zone. His blocking is coming along as well. He should play a big role in Detroit this fall. -- Michael Rothstein

9. Ed Oliver, DT, Buffalo Bills

Already considered a steal at No. 9 overall, Oliver's ability to compensate for his stature (6-foot-2, 287 pounds) with a blend of strength and speed has translated to the professional level. A first-team staple since the day full pads came on, Oliver could immediately revitalize the Bills' 26th-ranked pass rush from 2018. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques

10. Devin Bush, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bush looks and plays like a top pick should. He made plays throughout training camp and improved his ability to shed blocks. He was brilliant in his preseason debut with 10 tackles, a fourth-down stop in the backfield and a pass deflection. -- Jeremy Fowler

11. Jonah Williams, OT, Cincinnati Bengals

Williams had a strong chance of earning a starting tackle job before suffering a torn labrum during OTAs. The former Alabama standout will probably miss his entire rookie season. -- Ben Baby

12. Rashan Gary, DE, Green Bay Packers

The edge rusher started fast in practice, showing off his athleticism, but has been quiet in games -- no official tackles in more than 60 preseason snaps. Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said it's because Gary is learning to play multiple positions after working mostly with his hand on the ground at Michigan. The good thing is the Packers don't need Gary to play full time right away with Za'Darius Smith and Preston Smith ahead of him. -- Rob Demovsky

13. Christian Wilkins, DT, Miami Dolphins

Wilkins hasn't made many "wow" plays in camp or this offseason, but he has locked down a starting spot. He clogs up running lanes and gets consistent penetration. His energy is infectious and he has quickly grasped the Dolphins' multiple defensive scheme. -- Cameron Wolfe

14. Chris Lindstrom, G, Atlanta Falcons

Lindstrom has all the tools to develop into a Pro Bowler over time. When he does get beat, he has shown the ability to recover rather quickly. He'll step right into a starting role at right guard and will improve going against star defensive tackle Grady Jarrett in practice. -- Vaughn McClure

15. Dwayne Haskins, QB, Washington Redskins