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2020 4 Round Mock Draft

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Usually do not post Mock drafts with teams because the team needs will change as will the position of the selection, it is total guess work at this point but here we go.  

 

1st
1 Cardinals: Chase Young Ohio State JR DE
2 Bucs: Tua Tagovailoa Alabama JR QB
3 Bengals: Andrew Thomas Georgia JR OT
4 Giants: Jerry Jeudy Alabama JR WR
5 Lions: Grant Delpit LSU JR S
6 Dolphins: Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin RS JR C DE
7 Redskins: Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT
8 Raiders: Isaiah Simmons Clemson RS JR OLB
9 Panthers: Bryce Hall Virginia SR CB
10 Jets: Yetur Gross-Matos Penn State JR DE
11 49ers: AJ Terrell Clemson JR CB
12 Titans: Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin JR RB
13 Texans: AJ Epenesa Iowa JR
14 Broncos: Derrick Brown Auburn SR NT
15 Bills: Tee Higgins Clemson JR WR
16: Colts: Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB
17 Seattle: Travis Etienne Clemson JR RB
18 Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma JR WR
19 Jaguars: Raekwon Davis Alabama SR DE/DT
20 Packers: Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
21 Ravens: Evan Weaver Cal SR LB
22 Falcons: Najee Harris Alabama JR RB
23 Browns: Joe Bachie Michigan State SR ILB
24 Eagles: Paddy Fisher Northwestern RS JR ILB
25 Rams: CJ Henderson Florida JR CB
26 Vikings: Kenny Willekes Michigan State RS SR DE
27 Steelers: Greg Ellsworth Iowa State RS JR S
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8 Chiefs: Jonathan Garvin Miami FL JR DE
29 Chargers: De'Andre Swift Georgia JR RB
30 Raiders via Bears: Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri RS JR TE
31 Patriots: Joe Gaziano Northwestern RS SR DE
32 Saints: Henry Ruggs III Alabama JR WR

 

2nd
33 Cardinals: Walker Little Stanford JR OT
34 Bucs: Alex Leatherwood Alabama JR OL
35 Bengals: Malik Harrison Ohio State SR OLB
36 Giants: Terrell Lewis Alabama RS JR OLB
37 Lions: Jacob Eason Washington RS JR QB
38 Dolphins: Jabari Zuniga Florida SR DE
39 Colts via Redskins: Laviska Shenault Jr. Colorado JR WR
40 Bears via Raiders: Amik Robertson La Tech JR CB
41 Panthers: Jared Pinkney Vandy SR TE
42 Jets: AJ Green Ok State SR CB
43 Chiefs via 49ers: Alaric Jackson Iowa RS JR OT/OG
44 Titans: Collin Johnson Texas SR WR
45 Texans: JK Dobbins Ohio State JR RB
46 Broncos: Dylan Moses Alabama JR ILB
47 Bills: Cam Akers Florida State JR RB
48 Colts: Rashard Lawrence LSU SR DT
49 Seattle: Xavier McKinney Alabama JR S
50 Cowboys: David Woodward Utah State RS JR ILB
51 Jaguars: Jake Fromm Georgia JR QB
52 Packers: Curtis Weaver Boise State JR DE
53 Ravens: Javon Kinlaw South Carolina SR DT
54 Falcons: Joshua Kaindoh Florida State JR DE
55 Browns: Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT
56 Steelers: Ben Bredeson Michigan SR OG
57 Eagles: Trevon Diggs Alabama SR CB
58 Vikings: John Simpson Clemson SR OG
59 Seattle via Chiefs: Jake Ferguson Wisconsin RS SOPH TE
60 Rams: Markus Bailey Purdue SR LB
61 Chargers: Mekhi Becton Louisville JR OT
62 Bears: Chase Claypool Notre Dame SR WR
63 Patriots: Raequan Williams Michigan State RS SR DT
64 Dolphins via Saints: Michael Divinity Jr. LSU SR OLB

 

3rd
65 Cardinals: Eno Benjamin Arizona State JR RB
66 Bucs: KeShawn Vaughn Vandy SR RB
67 Bengals: Josiah Scott Michigan State JR CB
68 Giants: Isaiah Wilson Georgia RS SOPH OT
69 Lions: Tylan Wallace Ok State JR WR
70 Dolphins: Lynn Bowden Jr Kentucky JR WR
71 Redskins: Camryn Bynum Cal RS JR CB
72 Raiders: Jon Runyan Michigan RS SR OT
73 Panthers: AJ Dillion Boston College JR RB
74 Jets: Donovan People-Jones Michigan JR WR
75 49ers: Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame RS JR OG
76 Titans: Anfernee Jennings Alabama RS SR OLB
77 Texans: Shane Lemieux Oregon RS SR OG
78 Broncos: Jedrick Willis Alabama JR OT
79 Bills: Essang Bassey Wake Forest SR CB

80 Colts: Charles Snowden Virginia SR OLB
81 Seattle: Binjimen Victor Ohio State SR WR
82 Cowboys: Julian Blackmon Utah SR S
83 Jaguars: Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame SR OT
84 Packers: Tyler Vaughns USC RS JR
85 Ravens: Greg Eiland Miss State RS JR OT
86 Falcons: Lorenzo Neal Purdue SR DT
87 Browns: Jordon Scott Oregon JR DT
88 Broncos via Steelers: Jalen Reagor TCU JR WR
89 Eagles: Kadarius Toney Florida JR WR
90 Vikings: Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB
91 Chiefs: Paulson Abedo Stanford JR CB
92 Rams: Deonte Brown Alabama RS JR OG
93 Chargers: Harrison Bryant FAU SR TE
94 Raiders via Bears: Marlon Davidson Auburn SR DE
95 Patriots: Alohi Gilman Notre Dotre Dame RS JR S
96 Saints: Lucas Niang TCU SR OT

 

4th
97 Cardinals: Jared Hilbers Washington SR OT
98 Bucs: Cam Brown Penn State SR OLB
99 Bengals: Shaquille Quarterman Miami FL SR ILB
100 Giants: Shaun Wade Ohio State RS SOPH CB
101 Lions: K'Lavon Chaisson LSU JR OLB
102 Dolphins: Saahdig Charles LSU JR OT/OG
103 Redskins: Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR
104 Raiders: Leki Fotu Utah SR DT
105 Panthers: JR Reed Georgia RS SR S
106 Jets: Darryl Williams Miss State RS SR OG
107 49ers: Carter Coughlin Minnesota SR OLB
108 Dolphins via Titans: Nick Coe Auburn RS JR DE
109 Browns via Texans: Antonie Winfield Jr. Minnesota RS SOPH S
110 Broncos: Colby Parkinson Stanford JR TE
111 Bills: Josh Uche Michigan SR OLB
112 Colts: Cole Chewins Michigan State RS SR OT
113 Seattle: Neville Gallimore Oklahoma RS SR DT
114 Cowboys: Julian Okwara SR DE Notre Dame
115 Jaguars: Marcus Keyes Oklahoma State SR OG
116 Packers: Alton Robinson Syracuse SR DE
117 Ravens: Devery Hamilton Stanford RS JR OT/OG
118 Falcons: Bradlee Anae Utah SR DE
119 Browns: Kylin Hill Miss State JR RB
120 Steelers: Bryan Edwards South Carolina SR WR
121 Eagles: Steven Montez Colorado SR QB
122 Vikings: Nevelle Clarke UCF RS SR CB
123 Chiefs: Jordan Mack Virginia SR ILB
124 Rams: Darrell Taylor Tennessee SR DE
125 Chargers: Jauan Jennings Tennessee RS SR WR
126 Patriots via Bears: KJ Hill Ohio State SR WR
127 Patriots: Brycen Hopkins Purdue SR TE
128 Saints: Khalid Kareem Notre Dame SR DE

 

(no compensatory picks included)

 

 

 

 

And for those that did not know I have this 7 round mock ranking put up originally in February of this year, started with four rounds but then added the other two a few weeks later.  Most of this is based off that but changed around because of team needs potentially.

 

 

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Edited by Ozzy
trade updates and adding a round

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Colts own Redskins 2nd rder 

I don’t mind a WR in the first, as long as we are taking a DL early enough. 

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42 minutes ago, Wyld Stallyns said:

Colts own Redskins 2nd rder 

I don’t mind a WR in the first, as long as we are taking a DL early enough. 

That is why I hate doing these, the draft order and trades that happened ;o)  I will make the changes but things like that make me no want to go all 7.  

DL does make sense for them I agree, but RB I think they need a dude and not sure Mack is it.  But Wilkins, Mack and Hines are decent together so many they do not go with another RB in the 2nd.  WR I think is pretty weak, sure Parris and TY, Funchess and Cain but that is not a super scary WR core.  Ruggs or really anyone would help but Ruggs would be the best at that spot potentially and is another burner.

They could go DT in that first round but not sure there is one there good enough to take.  They could go Lawrence or Scott in the 2nd round also.  The two second rounders would help a lot I am sure.

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Miami should easily have a bottom 5 OL, btw. RT, RG, OC will probably be big needs.

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1 minute ago, Tetsujin said:

MIA owns NO's 2nd.

Ok I will have to go back and edit that one also, thanks.  

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Just now, Tetsujin said:

Miami should easily have a bottom 5 OL, btw. RT, RG, OC will probably be big needs.

Yes I see I have them getting two DEs, that would not fly but DE is a huge need also I feel.  I will make those changes and yeah another OT in the 2nd makes a ton of sense, still say AJ in the 1st round makes sense unless Thomas drops.  

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Why do the Falcons take a MLB in the 2nd round? They have Deion Jones signed long term. 

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1 minute ago, scar988 said:

Why do the Falcons take a MLB in the 2nd round? They have Deion Jones signed long term. 

David Woodward  can play inside or outside I feel, and I assume Campbell might not be resigned as well.  In that defense he likes LBs who can run and are good in space, Woodward is that potentially.  

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Good job on the Browns picks.

I think Joe Bachie will be a riser this college football season and the Browns will probably move on from Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey due to cap concerns. He will fit nicely in Cleveland.

I would love to get a shot at the premium left tackle prospects, but if the Browns have the season that is expected of them - your draft positioning of them is pretty much spot on. That being said, I consider Tristan Wirfs the premier RT in the draft. And the Browns may want to move on from Chris Hubbard after 2019 due to those same cap concerns.

Also factoring in is we have OL coach James Campen in Cleveland. He did wonders with Green Bay's OL. I want to see if he significantly develops current LT Greg Robinson. If that happens, the need for a premium LT prospect in next years draft abates.

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14 minutes ago, brooks1957 said:

Good job on the Browns picks.

I think Joe Bachie will be a riser this college football season and the Browns will probably move on from Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey due to cap concerns. He will fit nicely in Cleveland.

I would love to get a shot at the premium left tackle prospects, but if the Browns have the season that is expected of them - your draft positioning of them is pretty much spot on. That being said, I consider Tristan Wirfs the premier RT in the draft. And the Browns may want to move on from Chris Hubbard after 2019 due to those same cap concerns.

Also factoring in is we have OL coach James Campen in Cleveland. He did wonders with Green Bay's OL. I want to see if he significantly develops current LT Greg Robinson. If that happens, the need for a premium LT prospect in next years draft abates.

Yeah looking at the roster they might want a backup QB also but that would be later on in the draft and a guy who would be good as a backup.

Wirfs with his athletic ability not sure he would be a RT in the NFL but will see, but he has to improve big time I think he could be a fine LT with how well he moves.  Could be a 1st round pick no question if he improves but at times last year he was just out there and looked lost.  The entire blocking air and standing with no one in that space type of thing.  If he can improve he could be long go by the 2nd round but if not might be there as a developmental tackle.  

I agree they would move on from one of those two linebackers potentially, but they do not have a ton of obvious holes on paper but that could all change quickly during the season.  And I doubt Greg Robinson gets developed greatly, he has been in the NFL what 5 years and no one has 'developed' him.  He is what he is but who knows maybe, rarely are hyped up high picks bad for the first half of their career then great the second half.  Only one that comes to mind would be Eric Fisher but there are not many others, but he was arguably bad just those first two seasons.  

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I like Wirfs at RT for Miami. My dream RT as of now.

MIA owns TEN's 4th rounder.

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I think Darryl Williams might turn into a Day 2 OC prospect. 

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18 minutes ago, Tetsujin said:

I like Wirfs at RT for Miami. My dream RT as of now.

MIA owns TEN's 4th rounder.

Thanks for letting me know, I updated that also.

Darryl Williams I like and maybe could move up this season.  Will see how he looks at center but honestly I do not think he is as good as his teammate Elgton Jenkins who went 2nd round last year, not even close.  Lucky for Darryl the center class looks pretty weak as does the Dolphins OL, Josh Allen destroyed them last night.  WR is another need but so few teams even use high picks on WRs anymore.

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Also, if I am correct, pick 109 is currently owned by the Browns (Duke Johnson trade) but depending on how much Duke plays, that may morph into pick 77.

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