The 2019 NFL Draft is officially in the books. After a flurry of history-making picks and eye-raising selections from Thursday to Saturday, 254 players were selected to join one of the NFL’s 32 NFL teams.

With the first pick in the NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals selected Kyle Murray.

Oklahoma’s Kyle Murray is an aggressive playmaker with a strong arm, quick release, and elite quickness. Yet he is also a sound decision-maker who stays poised under pressure and isn’t easily rattled by mistakes. He is excellent at passing the ball from a variety of angles.

The following first round picks are listed below.

Nick Bosa – 49ers

Quinnen Williams – Jets

Clelin Ferrell – Raiders

Devin White – Buccaneers

Daniel Jones – Giants

Josh Allen – Jaguars

T.J. Hockenson – Lions

Ed Oliver – Bills

Devin Bush – Steelers

Jonah Williams – Bengals

Rashan Gary – Packers

Christian Wilkins – Dolphins

Chris Lindstrom – Falcons

Dwayne Haskins – Redskins

Brian Burns – Panthers

Dexter Lawrence – Giants

Garrett Bradbury – Vikings

Jeffery Simmons – Titans

Noah Fant – Broncos

The Indianapolis Colts did a lot of moving around in this year’s draft. General Manager, Chris Ballard, was aggressive in targeting the team’s weaknesses, picking up a cornerback and wide receiver early, selecting 10 total prospects, seven defensive players and three offensive players.

During the second round, with the second pick, the organization drafted Rock Ya-Sin, a cornerback from Temple University. Ya-Sin talked with the press immediately after getting drafted. He did say he was a little surprised to hear his name called with the Colts.

“I love Indianapolis. It is a great city. I feel like it is a great organization. The culture there, the players – they are young players that play hard, competitors. I feel like we are going to win a Super Bowl in the next few years. So I feel like I am coming to a great situation,” said Ya-Sin.