The 2019 NFL draft class has proven to be loaded with talent on both sides of the ball -- particularly at the wide receiver position.
A few notable stars, such as A.J. Brown and Las Vegas Raiders edge defender Maxx Crosby, have already signed top-of-market deals this offseason, but the vast majority are still looking to cash in on their second contracts before Week 1 of the 2022 season kicks off in September.
Kyler Murray and Deebo Samuel's extensions have led the news this offseason. From Samuel requesting a trade, then seemingly making up with the San Francisco 49ers to Murray's extension talks becoming public early on in the offseason, there is much debate on these contracts and how big they might end up being.
Which players from the Class of 2019 could sign massive deals before the season begins, and which might benefit from waiting until 2023 for an extension? Pro Football Focus projects what the 10 biggest deals from the class could look like, from Murray's $250-plus million deal to large payouts for the wide receivers.
The projected contracts are ranked by guaranteed money, starting with Murray:
1. Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals
No. 1 overall pick