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Daniel Jones, Drew Lock Among 2019 NFL Draft Green Room Invitees


The first night of the draft, April 25, could be looked upon as a national holiday for some. With all eyes centered on Nashville, Tenn., the talent in this year's green room could potentially represent one of the most talented classes in recent memory.

The group, limited to a specific number, is selected by the NFL based on its draft status. Most, if not all in attendance hear their named called by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in the first 32 selections that make up the first round.

In recent history, current Redskins Brandon Scherff, Josh Doctson and Jonathan Allen were all invited to their respective draft's green room, and made the walk onto the stage for the lifelong memory of shaking the commissioner's hand and putting on a burgundy and gold draft hat for the first time.

Among the list of prospects who will step out of limos and onto the red carpet on that first night will be Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver, Alabama running back Josh Jacobs and plenty of others who have had their name linked to Washington in the recent months -- Duke quarterback Daniel Jones, Missouri quarterback Drew Lock and Florida State edge rusher Brian Burns.

Take a look at the complete list below:

Table inside Article
Player School
LB Josh Allen Kentucky
CB DeAndre Baker Georgia
DE Nick Bosa Ohio State
WR Marquise Brown Oklahoma
DE Brian Burns Florida State
LB Devin Bush Michigan
T Andre Dillard Washington State
TE Noah Fant Iowa
T Cody Ford Oklahoma
TE T.J. Hockenson Iowa
RB Josh Jacobs Alabama
QB Daniel Jones Duke
QB Drew Lock Missouri
WR D.K. Metcalf Mississippi
QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma
DT Ed Oliver Houston
DE Montez Sweat Mississippi State
T Jawaan Taylor Florida
LB Devin White LSU
DT Christian Wilkins Clemson
CB Greedy Williams LSU
T Jonah Williams Alabama
DT Quinnen Williams Alabama

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