NFL Draft 2019: Predicting the first round with Kyler Murray set to headline night of drama in Nashville

The first round gets underway on Thursday night with the Arizona Cardinals holding the all-important first overall pick

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The 2019 NFL Draft is upon us with the eyes of the American football world centred on Nashville, Tennessee.

The first round gets underway at around about 1am on Friday morning in the UK with the Arizona Cardinals holding the all-important and much-coveted first overall pick.

They are projected to select Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray but on draft night anything goes and there will be more than a few surprises before the day is done.

Calling who will go where is a tricky business with trades likely to shake up the order of picks from early on.

But we've got our best prediction hats on and had a stab at it all the same as we wonder just how the first round will play out.

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