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Ryan Wilson of CBS Sports unveiled his latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft and has LSU players Greedy Williams and Devin White selected early in the first round.

Wilson has Williams as the first defensive back selected in the draft by Tampa Bay at No. 7 and White as the first overall linebacker selected to Cincinnati at No. 11.

White has yet to announce whether or not he will declare for the draft or return for his senior season.
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7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU.

The Bucs are a mess on both sides of the ball but their defense has been particularly lacking this season. Williams may not be the most polished cornerback in this draft class but he is insanely athletic and has all the tools to become a great player. On a unit lacking playmakers in the secondary, Williams may be worth the gamble this early in the draft.

11. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin White, LB, LSU.

The Bengals' defense was exposed repeatedly in 2018 and inconsistent linebacker play was a big part of that. Vontaze Burfict, considered one of the most tenacious players in the league just a few years ago, has suffered multiple concussions and his career could be in jeopardy. White is one of the most dynamic players in the draft. He's a sideline-to-sideline thumper who would immediately solidify the middle of the defense, making life easier for both the front four and the secondary.
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31 Comments
How does greedy go before Devin. Those fools dont know anything. Devin is a grown arse man. He can be a hall of Famer. Greedy cant hold his jock strap
Reply10 days
While this may be true. The draft is simple economics my friend; supply and demand.
10 days
Goes on needs Einstein
10 days
I agree, gr$$dy before DW is beyond absurd and reckless.
10 days
The mock draft is by people who support schools that LSU plays. Trying to force our guys are going to leave.
Reply10 days
Dude yall plum frickin nuts if yall think dw is coming back to play fball for the tigers!
Reply10 days
And icant help but shake my head at the folks who say gw is "greedy". Kid made the best decision for his family! Ur a bleepin liar if you wouldn't do the same!
10 days
Best decision for his family? I didn't even know he was married. He is too young to be married.
10 days
So single people don't have families? And all this time I assumed my parents and siblings were part of my family, this news suxs.
10 days
Ask Andrew Whitworth about playing in Cincinnati. He went unnoticed for several years playing at a All-Pro level.
Reply10 days
Whitworth has career earnings of $77 million over twelve seasons. I think things worked out ok for him.
9 days
Devin keeps falling in these lists... time to come back ??????
Reply10 days
Too bad Devins going to come back. He doesn’t want to let down his state and the entire LSU fan base. Greedy is well...greedy
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km
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DW would be a fool to return.
10 days
DW has character and money isn't everything! It will be there next year.
10 days
Why do some of you say Devin White is a fool to return? Not everyone puts money on a pedestal. It isn't as if it is unprecedented or rare for kids to return for their Senior season especially if they are protected by a $10,000,000 insurance policy. Hell, Clemson had several key players return because they wanted to give it one more shot. I guarantee you they are happy about it.
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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Reply10 days
We have to find a way for LSU guys to stop being drafted by NFC South teams! lol
Reply10 days
Cincinnati is reason enough to stay one more year in BR
Reply10 days
JW
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the team or the city ....? because Cincy is a much better place to live than BR by any measure.
10 days
Ask Andrew Whitworth...
10 days
No Cincinnati is not a much better place to live than Baton Rouge. I have spent much time in Ohio and the Cincy area and I promise it is nothing special at all.
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