22. Fletcher Cox, DT, Philadelphia
He’s not quite Aaron Donald, but Cox is the next best thing among interior linemen. He’s been one of the best defensive linemen in the NFL for several years, going to four consecutive Pro Bowls. But he took things to the next level in 2018, accumulating 10.5 sacks from an interior position and earning First-Team All-Pro honors.
At age 28, Cox remains in the prime of his career and should continue to be one of the most impactful defensive players in the league in 2019. If he gets enough help around him, Cox could be the leader on one of the better defenses in the NFL.