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11 Kyler Murray
43 Drew Lock
49 Daniel Jones
74 Brett Rypien
127 Will Grier
142 Tyree Jackson
154 Jordan Ta'amu
186 Ryan Finley
211 Jarrett Stidham
221 Gardner Minshew
256 Nick Fitzgerald
258 Clayton Thorson
282 Trace McSorley
296 Easton Stick
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2019 NFL Mock Draft Post-Season #3

January 23, 2018 2:30 AM EST
  • 1-2-3 EDGE-EDGE-EDGE
  • Kyler Murray moves up to #15 and Washington
  • (1/13) 2019 NFL Draft selection order updated through Quarter Finals weekend
  • Next mock update January 30th


1 Arizona
Nick Bosa
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
270



DraftTek generally has a mock draft guideline that team analysts should switch up their picks so that the same player is not assigned to a team more than two consecutive weeks, then when April rolls around try and hone in on who they think their team will focus on. However, in the case of 2019 and the Arizona Cardinals, Nick Bosa is really the only choice, and the insertion of another name would result in an overall product that would be seen as non-plausible. Of course, Bosa could falter at the Combine and thus introduce other names into the #1 conversation, but if the Cards cannot find a trade-back partner, Bosa is the man.

Regarding the #1-overall pick, there are only three positions that are considered so impactful to the game that they're deserved of the #1 designation. Going back 20 years, you guessed it: the Quarterback leads this group - they've been selected 14 times, followed by four Edge Rushers and two Offensive Tackles. You'll need to harken back to the "fly" 90s to break this streak. Keyshawn Johnson (WR) was selected #1 by the Jets in 1996, with Ki-Jana Carter (RB, 1995) and Dan Wilkinson (DT, 1994) selected by the Bengals in two consecutive drafts.

In the annals of DraftTek, there's only been one year where a player has been so locked-in to the #1 pick that we mocked him there every single week, that being Andrew Luck and the Colts in 2012.

2 San Francisco
Josh Allen
    Kentucky
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
230



When the 49ers made Solomon Thomas the 3rd-overall pick in the 2017 Draft, the hope was that he would be a key piece of DC Robert Saleh's defense. Through his first two seasons, Thomas has been dominant against the run, but his 4 career sacks (just 1 in 2018) fall well short of even the most modest expectations for a top-3 pick. It has quickly become obvious that Thomas lacks the speed or edge-bending ability to make an impact as an outside rusher.

Kentucky's Josh Allen is an expert edge-bender and sack artist whose 17-sack senior season earned him the Chuck Bednarik Award as the nation's top defensive player. Allen uses his unique size, and speed to strike fear into the hearts of opposing QBs, but his game is far from one dimensional. Allen's athleticism would allow him to line up as a linebacker on early downs before moving down to the line in passing situations, freeing up Solomon Thomas to rush from the interior where he excelled in college.

Last season, Saleh preached an, "all gas no brakes," mentality. Adding Allen would pour some serious fuel on the 49ers' pass rush.

-Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst (@thebrettclancy on Twitter)

3 NY Jets
Clelin Ferrell
    Clemson
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250



The major news for Jet fans this week is the anticipated acquisitions of Dowell Loggains as OC and Frank Pollack as the new O-Line coach. It's no surprise to see Gase look to add his former Miami colleague, Loggains, to his staff here, but with Gase set to call his own plays, this move is perhaps a little less important in the grand scheme of things.

With the 25th-ranked O-Line last year, according to Pro Football Focus, Jet fans will be more concerned with the potential improvement that former Bengals Coach, Pollack, can bring to the unit. Reports from Cincinnati seem to suggest that Pollack did a decent job with the talent available to him there. With a previous stint in Dallas, working with one of the best O-Lines in football, fans will hope that Jets' GM, Mike Maccagnan, can add some real talent for Pollack to work with.

Despite this obvious need, we buck the trend from the last few weeks, and nab Clemson Edge Rusher, Clelin Ferrell here. The Jets have lacked a guy who can consistently get to the QB for what seems like an eternity. Ferrell has notched up 27 Sacks and 50.5 Tackles for Loss in his final 3 years in Clemson. He had an impressive 11.5 Sacks and 20 TFL in the 2018 National Championship-winning season.

4 Oakland
Greedy Williams
    LSU
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
182



Consider the Raiders' current draft predicament in this mock. It's Exhibit A for why reaching for a prospect based on need can lead to disaster. In the 2018 NFL Draft, Oakland made a significant reach by selecting OT Kolton Miller at #16, most notably over S Derwin James, who turned out to be one of the best rookies in the class. Instead of signing a competent journeyman tackle, they took a chance on Miller, who allowed more pressures (60) and sacks (16) than anyone in the league over the last 13 games, per The Athletic. Now, with the top need being an edge rusher yet seeing the draft's 3 best taken ahead of where the Raiders sit at #4, Oakland would be in a prime position to take OT Greg Little --a long-term solution the team could be confident in, unlike Miller, who the franchise can't bail on just yet but looks lost for stretches.

So, back to the matter at hand. With Bosa, Ferrell, and Allen all off the board and the team unable to move on from Miller just yet, the choice comes down to the draft's best Williamses: Quinnen and Greedy. Because of concerns with the more massive Williams (and, hey, who knows if those concerns will be shared by the Oakland front office?), I am going with Greedy once again here to pair with Gareon Conley who became one of the league's best and most efficient corners as the season wore on. If the Silver & Black hope to keep pace with the Chiefs, it's imperative the team have two players capable of putting the word "island" behind their name, and Greedy is exactly that kid of player.

5 Tampa Bay
Greg Little
    Ole Miss
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
325



I've been banging the table that OT needs to be the pick for the Bucs at #5. We've gone through the stats and the pure logic of the decision, and will repeat all that again in future mocks. But for this week, let's see what other mock drafts are prognosticating for Tampa Bay. Not all of the mock draft databases go up to pick 5, but here's one from Mockout.com that works.

The top choice among the first 20 no-trade mockers appears to be CB Greedy Williams, who is picked by 55% of mocks. Add in two DeAndre Bakers and one Deionte Thompson, and it seems 70% of the mock draft-verse thinks that CB/S get the pick. Only four picks (including DraftTek.com) think that the pick will be an OT, with the remaining two at RB and EDGE. Note that Mockout's database updates every few days, so the percentages will change.

To cover all the bases, we'll make an effort to slot Greedy into the #5 in a future mock and kick the tires, but to do that, he'll need to survive the gauntlet that is the Niners, Jets, and Raiders, all who show interest in Williams.

The Bucs would do well to engineer a trade-down potentially to a QB-needy team. No doubt Jacksonville and Denver (and MIA and WSH) will be contacting Jason Licht to talk. Even at the Redskins' pick #15, the Bucs will be able to land a quality OT or CB with the #15, plus net a 2nd and 3rd rounder, per our handy team-customized Trade Value Chart.

6 NY Giants
Quinnen Williams
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
285



DraftTek is unique in the NFL mock-verse, in that each team has a dedicated analyst who determines the pick in each mock draft that is published. This analyst effectively functions as a GM, and with this pick, the purpose is to mirror Giants' GM Dave Gettleman's thought process to select the best player for his team among those available at pick #6. As the Giants' analyst, all I care about is my pick for the Giants.

The debate over whether Eli Manning will return as the starting quarterback will be ongoing and a divided fan base will be banging the table for and against a future signal-caller from now until April. In his season-ending press conference, GM Dave Gettleman made it clear the Giants need to improve the defense. The Giants finished tied for the second-fewest sacks (30) in the NFL and gave up more points than any other team in the NFCE. Overall, the Big Blue D finished 24th in total defense. Gettleman did crack the door open that Eli Manning might not return in 2019, despite career highs in completion percentage (66.0) and interception rate (1.9 percent). Gettleman claimed he would not make quarterback a priority in the Draft and would select the best player available.

Considering the Giants' current holes on defense and with BPA in mind, Outland Trophy-winner Quinnen Williams out of Alabama, arguably the best defensive player in the Draft, falls perfectly into the Giants' laps at six. Although QBs Dwayne Haskins and Kyler Murray have recently screamed up the DraftTek Big Board, Williams remains the BPA in my mind and would provide immediate impact for a beleaguered defensive unit.

- Kevin McWalters, Giants Analyst

7 Jacksonville
Ed Oliver
    Houston
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
291



Quarterback will have to be priority number 1 this off-season. Incumbent starter Blake Bortles was benched in November, after failing to regain his form from the 2017 playoffs. There were some who questioned whether the Jaguars should have retained him when he was originally re-signed back in March. However, they only inked him to a 3-year deal, which can basically be voided after 2019. So, priority number 1 doesn't mean that there has to be a new QB starting Week 1 of next year. It just means that there needs to be a plan for 2019 and beyond. This could include signing a veteran or drafting their QB of the future.

The problem is that right now, this 2019 QB class isn't quite as heralded as some in years past. It's only January, and a few teams will almost certainly be sold on a prospect by April 25th, but right now, there aren't any reports connecting the Jaguars to any one of the top QB's. This may be disappointing to Jaguar fans, but as we've seen, betting on the wrong guy can set the franchise back. It is not a decision to be forced.

With that in mind we take a look at our draft board. Lo and behold, our #2 player Ed Oliver is still there. It's easy to forget, but Ed Oliver was once considered to be the best player in the nation. The hype has cooled a bit on the former Houston Cougar, but Oliver can still ball. He will help immediately as an interior penetrator in the passing game who, in tandem with Yannick Ngakoue and Calias Campbell, will restore Sacksonville to its 2017 glory.

8 Detroit
Deionte Thompson
    Alabama
    S
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
196



A familiar face comes back to the Lions here this week as they are yet again slotted with playmaking Safety, Deionte Thompson from Alabama. With players like Oliver, Ferrell, and Greedy Williams taken off the board, Thompson seems like the next-best option for an aging secondary yearning for playmakers. Despite the Lions finishing as a top-10 defensive unit as far as yards allowed are concerned, the Lions' secondary ranked tied for the fewest interceptions in the NFL along with the Packers and Cardinals. An interesting statistic since the Packers and Cardinals boast Jaire Alexander and Patrick Peterson as household names at defensive back, just as the Lions do with Darius Slay. Even the best tools cannot rescue a bad strategy, as they say. In other words, even these guys need help. Just for reference, the Chicago Bears, who heavily relied on their defense this season, led the NFL with 27 interceptions.

The Lions need help in the defensive backfield to "create" plays. Lions' GM Bob Quinn has gone on record saying that the team needs more playmakers: "I think we need more playmakers on both sides of the ball. I think big picture, we need more playmakers." Extremely blunt and forthright, the Lions need to make a bang with their early-round picks. The ability to "create" those turnovers and make plays is something that Thompson can easily do as his ball-hawking skills and range are elite level. Pair him with Quandre Diggs and Darius Slay, and you have the makings of a secondary that can buy some time for Damon "Snacks" Harrison to make plays on the QB. Check out DraftTek's player profile of Deionte Thompson written by our very own James Siebers (Packers Analyst) to get a better idea of what Thompson brings to the table and just how good he can be.

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst



9 Buffalo
Jonah Williams
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
301



The perfect draft scenario would net the Bills an offensive lineman, a defensive lineman, a potential #1 WR or two, and a pile-driver RB, in best-available order. That's exactly what happens in this week's DRAFTSIM for the Bills. The draft isn't rich in offensive tackles, so we're glad our first rounder is Jonah Williams. Williams' inside leverage, extensive film study, even balanced footwork, and the fact that Brian Daboll had him at 'Bama all make this pick a good one. I've mentioned this before, but it's so Process-y: he keeps a notebook where he writes down 3 emphases for the day's practice, and reviews them afterwards.

Says our OL Analyst Longball: "Williams has a solid anchor due to a low center of gravity (even at 6'5?) and natural strength, the footwork of a "dancing bear" in pass protection, which includes an extremely quick kick-slide, compact well-timed punches, and vice grips where his hands should be! He will require your RD1 pick, but you can plug him in at LOT for the next decade." Drafting Williams doesn't mean Beane isn't going for linemen in Free Agency; quite the opposite. offers tackle/guard versatility like Dawkins does, but I'd start him at RT.. Here's a nice scouting report.

- Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

10 Denver
Dwayne Haskins
    Ohio State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
210



The Broncos aren't even a month into their off-season, yet it seems as if every day the pressure rises on John Elway and the rest of the front office to get Denver headed in the right direction in 2019. Following the firing of Vance Joseph, Elway took plenty of criticism for his role in the Broncos recent struggles. Now, even former players are taunting him, leaving a feeling that Elway's job (and reputation) may never be in greater jeopardy.

While the Broncos are projected to be just over the league average in cap space, spending money will be secondary to finding talent in this April's draft. It starts here at ten, and Haskins has to be at the top of their wish list. New Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello has received plenty of praise over the last two seasons with the work he did in San Francisco with Jimmy Garropolo and Nick Mullens. Getting him a player with Haskins' potential would seem like a match worth guaranteeing by moving up in the first round. As long as the Giants are picking ahead of Denver, it seems unlikely that this union will truly take place, so Denver will need to get on the phone with everyone from Arizona at one to Tampa Bay at five in order to gauge what it will take to assure Haskins ends up in Denver.

~ Austin Smith

11 Cincinnati
Devin White
    LSU
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
255



Well...it looks like the Bengals are going to be waiting another two weeks before they have their head coach, as Zac Taylor and the Rams are going to the Super Bowl for a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI against the Patriots. The Bengals can also watch intently on the other side of the ball on February 3, as their AFC counterpart will be taking part in the teams' NINTH Super Bowl appearance of the last 18 years. That's right. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have been to (basically) every-other Super Bowl for nearly the last two decades.

We all know that hopes are high when hiring a new coach and choosing a new QB, so why not aim for a pair of GOATs? When Belichick arrived in New England, most thought he would grab a QB with his first pick to be 'his guy' moving forward. He didn't; he selected Adrian Klemm, OT out of Hawaii, with his top pick and passed on Giovanni Carmazzi, the QB the fan base badly wanted. He waited until the compensatory picks in RD6 before he finally selected a QB. I don't feel like looking up how his career went, but feel free; it was some kid named Tom Brady who wasn't even the full-time starter at Michigan. Idiot.

Anyway, Zac Taylor skips QB here to take the most athletic LB in the Draft this year, Devin White. White is reminiscent of Deion Jones: a player who can match up with TEs, play the run sideline-to-sideline, and is an adept blitzer. In a league shifting to smaller, faster, more athletic players, White is the type of player that can define a defensive unit. Great job, Mr. Taylor, in following in BB's footsteps. Now, go cut the sleeves off every sweatshirt you own.

- Kennedy Paynter, Bengals Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

12 Green Bay
Jachai Polite
    Florida
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
260



The Green Bay Packers finished the 2018 season tied for 8th in the NFL with 44 sacks. In a 3-4 defense, a large portion of those sacks should be generated by an EDGE/OLB rushing out of a two-point stance. However, Green Bay's EDGE players accounted for just 18 of their sacks last year. Even as a team that finished with a respectable ranking in sacks, the Packers failed to generate consistent pressure on opposing QBs.

With the top available EDGE prospects coming off the board in the first three picks, GM Brian Gutekunst may need to reach a bit if he'd like to address Green Bay's biggest need. Pass rushers routinely come at a premium, so a player like Florida's Jachai Polite could be in play at this point in the Draft. Polite is a bit undersized and may experience some issues holding up at the POA, but he's got the speed to consistently challenge tackles and get to the QB. After posting 11 sacks and 19.5 TFL for the Gators last season, Polite could be exactly the type of target that quickly revives Green Bay's ability to pressure opposing offenses.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst

13 Miami
David Edwards
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -13
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
315



At the beginning of the season, Ja'Wuan James' season was already in question, partially due to injury, but it had more to do with his poor play. Injury has been a recurring problem for James since entering the league, missing 18 games in a five-year tenure. During the offseason, James even found himself on the trade block. This is not something that any player going into a contract year wants in any way. The odds that he returns to the Dolphins this coming season are slim, so this is going to leave a gaping hole at Right Tackle.

One player that made a name for himself at Right Tackle in college was Wisconsin product, David Edwards. Edwards' measurables slightly exceed that of Ja'Wuan's, and on top of that, he used to be a tight end, so he is more athletic and versatile. He is a great run blocker, but needs to hone his skills in the pass-setting department. Allowing that he has only three years of experience under his belt, it will only take time before Edwards is one of the best at the position.

14 Atlanta
Dexter Lawrence
    Clemson
    DL1T
    Reach/Value:     -30
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
340



The Falcons need to get stouter in the trenches. Both trenches. Typically, Dan Quinn's defenses rely on smaller, quicker players along the defensive front. Ideally, there would be excellent depth to avoid these smaller players from getting exhausted. Along with bringing back Grady Jarrett, increasing the toughness along both lines is a stated priority of this offseason. In Seattle, Quinn benefitted from having Brandon Mebane, and he's not had a similar NT-type player in Atlanta. Atlanta ranked 30th in DVOA run defense and lost a few games to teams that basically just pounded it between the tackles.

Last year, the Falcons were very interested in Vita Vea, but he went with the 12th pick to Tampa. Their interest in a mammoth, athletic DT presumably still exists. While Lawrence has holes in his game and is unlikely to provide much in the pass rush, he could single-handedly change Atlanta's run defense. Lawrence also has the ability to add more polished technique to become a three-down player. Even if all he provides is a bull rush that requires double teams, he could improve the odds of Jarrett or McKinley to find the quarterback.

15 Washington
Kyler Murray
    Oklahoma
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
195



The Washington Redskins are in a really, really tough spot. The Alex Smith situation is a mess. Sure, no one could have predicted that Smith would have such a gruesome leg injury, and no one would've expected that nearly 2 months later he would make his first public appearance with such a crazy contraption on a clearly still-inflamed leg. BUT other teams that signed QBs to huge contracts, including Matt Stafford and Kirk Cousins, protected themselves from injury with insurance policies that would pay the majority of the player's salary in the case of catastrophic injury.

The Redskins' insurance plan of $12M is less than one third of the plan that was taken in the case of Stafford's and Cousins' contracts. So, even if Smith never plays again, which is likely at this point, the Redskins still owe him $40M, a number that would count against the cap this year if they cut him. For a team with only $20M in cap room, this is certainly a problem. If I were the Redskins, I would cut Josh Norman (savings of $8.5M), Zach Brown ($5.75M), Vernon Davis ($5M), and Jordan Reed ($6M), which would pay for about half of Alex Smith's $40M cap hit.

If Smith decides to retire, the team can spread the cost over the next two seasons. If not, I would rather the team bite the bullet and pay the $40M this year so they can get out of the cap situation they find themselves in without an effect on 2020 and 2021. Whether or not the Redskins would make such a bold move, the team still doesn't the cap room to sign a starting QB. They HAVE to take one in the Draft. In this case, the electric Kyler Murray falls in their laps at #15. While the team has remained quiet this offseason, make no mistake: ALL of the chips are on the table for Bruce Allen and Jay Gruden. Here's to hoping the A's top draft pick can save this crumbling franchise.

- Kennedy Paynter, Redskins Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

16 Carolina
Trayvon Mullen
    Clemson
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
190



In a pass-happy modern NFL, opposing defenses must be able to make quarterbacks hesitate before throwing the football. Last year, the Carolina Panthers unearthed a gem in the form of RD2 pick Donte Jackson out of LSU. Though undersized, Jackson would go on to be a true outside corner and would total 4 interceptions on the year. He made some rookie mistakes, but what first-year player doesn't? With time and polish, chances are he will go on to continue to outplay his 2018 draft selection. Other fans of the Panthers have not been quite as happy with 4th-year CB James Bradberry out of Samford who has been rather hit or miss. The Panthers decide to give Bradberry some competition by selecting Trayvon Mullen, CB out of Clemson University!

It goes without saying that Mullen benefited from being behind one of college football's most dominant defensive lines. Because of that, he was able to basically feast off of frantic quarterbacks making desperate throws in order to avoid being sacked. Even in spite of those benefits, Mullen has all the traits you would want in a shutdown CB prospect. At 6'1 195 lbs, Mullen has a great ability to read the backfield, and is a very physical corner who excels in press and zone coverage. He has above-average length and is undoubtedly the most physical, surefire tackler out of all the corners in this draft. He will not hesitate to use his physicality to tackle oncoming running backs and is assertive when in coverage.

Trayvon Mullen definitely made some money in this year's National Championship. On a 1st-and-10 play, the Tigers lined up in cover-2 and rotated to a 3-deep zone upon which Mullen brilliantly dropped out of his man coverage and outran the receiver for a beautifully-timed interception! His performance at the Combine will also go a long way in helping his draft stock as if he can demonstrate consistent hip fluidity, Trayvon could easily cement himself as a top-20 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
Traded Round 1 Picks:
Green Bay gets New Orleans R1 Pick (2018 Draft trade)
Oakland gets Chicago RD1 pick (Khalil Mack trade)
Oakland gets Dallas RD1 pick (Amari Cooper trade)

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1 Nick Bosa
Ohio State
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6 Dwayne Haskins
Ohio State
QB
15 Noah Fant
Iowa
TE
21 Rashan Gary
Michigan
DL3T
26 David Edwards
Wisconsin
OT
31 Dre'Mont Jones
Ohio State
DL3T
35 Isaiah Prince
Ohio State
OT
60 Beau Benzschawel
Wisconsin
OG
62 T.J. Edwards
Wisconsin
OLB
64 Connor McGovern
Penn State
OC
75 Amani Oruwariye
Penn State
CB
80 Miles Sanders
Penn State
RBF
82 Devin Bush
Michigan
ILB
84 Michael Deiter
Wisconsin
OT
86 Anthony Nelson
Iowa
EDGE
110 Amani Hooker
Iowa
S
112 Chase Winovich
Michigan
EDGE
113 Stanley Morgan Jr.
Nebraska
WRF
117 Olive Sagapolu
Wisconsin
DL1T
118 Zach Gentry
Michigan
TE
120 Shareef Miller
Penn State
EDGE
121 Ryan Connelly
Wisconsin
OLB
124 T.J. Hockenson
Iowa
TE
128 Karan Higdon
Michigan
RBF
129 Justin Layne
Michigan State
CB
138 Joe Gaziano
Northwestern
DL3T
155 Mike Weber
Ohio State
RBF
156 Darnell Savage Jr.
Maryland
S
160 Parris Campbell
Ohio State
WRF
167 Michael Jordan
Ohio State
OG
178 D'Cota Dixon
Wisconsin
S
209 Andrew Van Ginkel
Wisconsin
OLB
215 L.J. Scott
Michigan State
RBF
219 Tyree Kinnel
Michigan
S
223 Matt Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
224 Johnnie Dixon
Ohio State
WRS
225 Lorenzo Neal
Purdue
DL1T
251 Derwin Gray
Maryland
OG
258 Clayton Thorson
Northwestern
QB
273 Ty Johnson
Maryland
RBF
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