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2020 7 Round Mock Draft Updated 3/29/20

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Updated 7 round Mock draft

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2020

1st
1. Cincinnati  - Joe Burrow LSU RS SR QB
2. Washington  - Chase Young Ohio State JR DE
3. Detroit  - Isaiah Simmons Clemson RS JR OLB
4. NY Giants  - Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT
5. Miami  - Tua Tagovailoa Alabama JR QB
6. LA Chargers  - Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB
7. Carolina  - Jeffrey Okudah Ohio State JR CB
8. Arizona  - Jedrick Willis Alabama JR OT
9. Jacksonville  - Derrick Brown Auburn SR NT
10. Cleveland  - Mekhi Becton Louisville JR OT
11. NY Jets  - CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma JR WR
12. Raiders  - Jerry Jeudy Alabama JR WR
13. San Francisco (From Indianapolis) - Javon Kinlaw South Carolina SR DT
14. Tampa Bay  - Andrew Thomas Georgia JR OT
15. Denver  - Henry Ruggs III Alabama JR WR
16. Atlanta  - K'Lavon Chaisson LSU RS SOPH OLB
17. Dallas  - Trevon Diggs Alabama SR CB
18. Miami (From Pittsburgh) - Austin Jackson USC JR OT
19. Raiders (From Chicago)- AJ Terrell Clemson JR CB
20. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Justin Jefferson LSU JR WR
21. Philadelphia - Kenneth Murray Oklahoma JR OLB
22. Minnesota (From Buffalo)  - AJ Epenesa Iowa JR DE
23. New England  - Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
24. New Orleans  - CJ Henderson Florida JR CB
25. Minnesota  - Jeff Gladney TCU RS SR CB
26. Miami (From Houston) - Josh Jones Houston RS SR OT
27. Seattle  - Yetur Gross-Matos Penn State JR DE
28. Baltimore  - Josh Uche Michigan RS JR OLB
29. Tennessee  -Kristian Fulton LSU SR CB
30. Green Bay  - Denzel Mims Baylor SR WR
31. San Francisco - Antonie Winfield Jr. Minnesota RS SOPH S
32. Kansas City  - De'Andre Swift Georgia JR RB

2nd
33. Cincinnati  - Patrick Queen LSU JR LB
34. Indianapolis (From Washington) - Ross Blacklock TCU RS JR DT
35. Detroit  - Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin JR RB
36. NY Giants  - Zach Baun Wisconsin RS SR OLB
37. LA Chargers  - Lucas Niang TCU SR OT
38. Carolina  - Grant Delpit LSU JR S  
39. Miami  - Cesar Ruiz Michigan JR C
40. Houston (From Arizona)  - Laviska Shenault Jr. Colorado JR WR
41. Cleveland  - Neville Gallimore Oklahoma RS SR DT
42. Jacksonville  - Bryce Hall Virginia SR CB
43. Chicago (From Raiders) - Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn RS SR OT
44. Indianapolis  - Xavier McKinney Alabama JR S
45. Tampa Bay  - Justin Madubuike JR DT
46. Denver  -Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin RS JR C
47. Atlanta  - Nick Harris Washington SR C
48. NY Jets  - Isaiah Wilson Georgia RS SOPH OT
49. Pittsburgh - Jonah Jackson Ohio State SR OG
50. Chicago  - Tee Higgins Clemson JR WR
51. Dallas  - Curtis Weaver Boise State JR DE
52. LA Rams  - JK Dobbins Ohio State JR RB
53. Philadelphia  - Jalen Reagor TCU JR WR
54. Buffalo  - Marlon Davidson Auburn SR DE/DT
55. Baltimore (From Atlanta/ New England) - Lloyd Cushenberry LSU JR C/OG
56. Miami (From New Orleans) - James Lynch Baylor JR DE/DT
57. Houston  - Raekwon Davis Alabama SR DE/DT
58. Minnesota  - John Simpson Clemson SR OG
59. Seattle - Kyle Dugger Lenoir-Rhyne SR S  
60. Baltimore  - Cole Kmet Notre Dame JR TE
61. Tennessee  - Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT
62. Green Bay  - Jacob Eason Washington RS JR QB
63. Kansas City (From San Francisco) - Jaylon Johnson Utah JR CB
64. Seattle (From Kansas City)  - Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU JR RB

3rd
65. Cincinnati – Jack Driscoll Auburn OT/OG SR
66. Washington - Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State SR WR
67. Detroit - Michael Ojemudia Iowa RS SR CB
68. NY Jets (From NYG) - Terrell Lewis Alabama RS JR
69. Carolina - Joe Bachie Michigan State SR ILB
70. Miami - Cam Akers Florida State JR RB
71. LA Chargers - Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri RS JR TE
72. Arizona – Amik Robertson La Tech JR CB
73. Jacksonville - Malik Harrison Ohio State SR OLB
74. Cleveland - Markus Bailey Purdue RS SR LB
75. Indianapolis - Lynn Bowden Jr Kentucky JR WR
76. Tampa Bay - Damon Arnette Ohio State SR CB
77. Denver - Saahdig Charles LSU JR OT/OG
78. Atlanta - Leki Fotu Utah SR DT
79. NY Jets - Adam Trautman Dayton RS SR TE
80. Raiders - Jordan Elliott Missouri JR DT
81. Raiders (From Chicago) – Evan Weaver Cal SR ILB
82. Dallas - Matt Hennessy Temple SR C
83. Denver (From Pittsburgh)  - Myles Bryant Washington SR CB
84. LA Rams - Darryl Williams Miss State RS OG/C
85. Detroit (From Philadelphia) - KJ Hamler Penn State RS SOPH WR
86. Buffalo - AJ Dillion Boston College JR RB
87. New England - Chase Claypool Notre Dame SR WR
88. New Orleans - Jake Fromm Georgia JR QB
89. Minnesota - Antonio Gandy-Golden Liberty SR WR
90. Houston - Jon Runyan Michigan RS SR OT/OG
91. Raiders (From Seattle)  - Jeremy Chinn SR S Southern Illinois
92. Baltimore - Shaquille Quarterman Miami FL SR ILB
93. Tennessee - Jonathan Greenard Florida SR OLB
94. Green Bay - Rashard Lawrence LSU SR DT/DE
95. Denver (From San Francisco) - Chris Orr Wisconsin RS SR ILB
96. Kansas City - Davon Hamilton Ohio State RS SR DT
*97. Cleveland (From Houston) - Tony Pride Jr Notre Dame JR CB
*98. New England - Ezra Cleveland Boise State RS JR OT
*99. Giants - Bryan Edwards South Carolina SR WR
*100. New England - Brycen Hopkins Purdue RS SR TE
*101. Seattle - Shane Lemieux Oregon RS SR OG
*102. Pittsburgh - Bravvion Roy Baylor SR DT
*103. Philadelphia – Jabari Zuniga Florida SR DE
*104. LA Rams - Bradlee Anae Utah SR DE/OLB
*105. Minnesota - Damien Lewis LSU SR OG
*106. Baltimore - AJ Green Ok State SR CB/S

4th
107. Cincinnati - Darrell Taylor Tennessee RS SR OLB/DE
108. Washington – Cameron Dantzler Miss State RS JR CB
109. Detroit -Darrion Daniels Nebraska SR DT
110. Giants -Noah Igbinoghene Auburn JR CB
111. Houston (From Miami) - Zach Moss Utah SR RB
112. LA Chargers - Alex Highsmith Charlotte RS SR OLB
113. Carolina - Thaddeus Moss LSU RS SOPH TE
114. Arizona - Alton Robinson Syracuse SR DE
115. Cleveland - Kenny Willekes Michigan State RS SR DE
116. Jacksonville -Matt Peart UCONN RS SR OT
117. Tampa Bay - Khalil Davis Nebraska SR DE/DT
118. Denver - KJ Hill Ohio State SR WR
119. Atlanta -David Woodward Utah State RS JR ILB
120. NY Jets - Josiah Scott Michigan State JR CB
121. Indianapolis – Julian Blackmon Utah SR S
122. Raiders - Solomon Kindley Georgia RS JR
123. Dallas - Michael Pittman Jr USC SR WR
124. Pittsburgh - Antonio Gibson Memphis SR WR/RB
125. New England (From Chicago)  - Jacob Phillips LSU JR LB
126. LA Rams - Chris Miller Baylor SR S
127. Philadelphia - Willie Gay Jr Miss State JR ILB
128. Buffalo - Alex Taylor South Carolina State SR OT
129. Baltimore (From New England) - Logan Stenberg Kentucky RS SR OG
130. New Orleans - Harrison Bryant FAU SR TE
131. Arizona (From Houston)  - Carlos Davis Nebraska RS SR DT
132. Minnesota- Darnay Holmes UCLA RS JR CB
133. Seattle  - Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB SR QB
134. Atlanta (From Baltimore) - Jonathan Garvin Miami FL JR DE
135. Pittsburgh (From Miami/Tennessee) -Essang Bassey Wake Forest SR CB
136. Green Bay - Lavert Hill Michigan SR CB
137. Denver (From San Francisco) – Nick Coe Auburn RS JR DE
138. Kansas City - Jordan Mack Virginia SR ILB
*139. Tampa Bay - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR
*140. Jacksonville (From Chicago) - Antoine Brooks Jr Maryland SR S/LB
*141. Miami - Gabriel Davis UCF JR WR
*142. Washington -Charlie Heck UNC RS SR OT
*143. Baltimore - Donovan People-Jones Michigan JR WR
*144. Seattle- Robert Windsor Penn State RS SR DT
*145. Philadelphia - Michael Onwenu Michigan SR OG
*146. Philadelphia - Joshua Kelley UCLA RS SR RB  

5th
147. Cincinnati - Jared Pinkney Vandy RS SR TE
148. Carolina (From Washington) – Jake Hanson Oregon RS SR C
149. Detroit - Julian Okwara Notre Dame SR DE
150. NY Giants - Devin Asiasi UCLA RS JR TE
151. LA Chargers - Tanner Muse Clemson RS SR LB/S
152. Carolina - Nevelle Clarke UCF RS SR CB/S
153. Miami - Alohi Gilman Notre Dotre Dame RS JR S
(Forfeit) Arizona -
154. Miami (From Pittsburgh/Jacksonville) -Ben Bredeson Michigan SR OG
155. Minnesota (From Buffalo/ Cleveland) - James Proche SMU RS SR WR
156. San Francisco (From Denver) - Quinetz Cephus Wisconsin RS JR WR
157. Baltimore (From Atlanta) - TJ Brunson South Carolina SR LB
158. NY Jets - Calvin Throckmorton Oregon SR OG/OT
159. Raiders -  Eno Benjamin Arizona State JR RB
160. Indianapolis –Troy Dye Oregon SR LB
161. Tampa Bay - Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech SR OLB
162. Washington (From Seattle/Pittsburgh) -JR Reed Georgia RS SR S
163. Chicago - Trajan Bandy Miami FL JR CB
164. Dallas  -Raequan Williams Michigan State RS SR DT
165. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Nathan Stanley Iowa SR QB
166. Detroit (From Philadelphia) - John Molchon Boise State SR OG
167. Minnesota (From Buffalo) - McTelvin Agim Arkansas SR DT/DE
168. Philadelphia (From New England) -Steven Montez Colorado RS SR QB
169. New Orleans - DJ Wonnum South Carolina SR DE
170. Jacksonville (From Baltimore/Minnesota)- Hunter Bryant Washington JR TE
171. Houston  - Carter Coughlin Minnesota SR OLB/DE
172. Detroit (From Seattle)  - Jauan Jennings Tennessee RS SR WR
173. Miami (From Baltimore) - Colby Parkinson Stanford JR TE
174. Tennessee - Josiah Deguara Cincinnati RS SR TE
175. Green Bay - Logan Wilson Wyoming RS SR ILB
176. San Francisco - Khaleke Hudson Michigan SR OLB
177. Kansas City - Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB
*178. Denver - Anfernee Jennings Alabama RS SR OLB
*179. Dallas -Devin Duvernay Texas SR WR

6th
180. Cincinnati -Termayne Anchrum Clemson SR OT/OG
181. Denver (From Washington) – Justin Strnad Wake Forest RS SR LB
182. Detroit - Terrence Steele Texas Tech RS SR OT
183. NY Giants - Anthony McFarland Maryland RS SOPH RB
184. Carolina - James Robinson Illinois State SR RB
185. Miami - Tyler Bass Georgia Southern RS SR K
186. LA Chargers - KeShawn Vaughn Vandy SR RB
187. Cleveland (From Arizona) - Marcus Keyes Oklahoma State SR OG
188. Buffalo (From Cleveland) - Khalid Kareem Notre Dame SR DE
189. Jacksonville - Lamical Perine Florida SR RB
190. Philadelphia (From Atlanta) - Lamar Jackson Nebraska SR CB
191. NY Jets – DeeJay Dallas Miami FL JR RB
192. Green Bay (From Raiders) - Binjimen Victor Ohio State SR WR
193. Tampa Bay - Steven Gonzalez Penn State RS SR OG
194. Indianapolis - Jared Hilbers Washington SR OT
195. New England (From Denver/Raiders) - Cam Brown Penn State SR OLB
196. Chicago - Azur Kamara Kansas SR OLB
197. Indianapolis (From Dallas/Miami) - Joe Gaziano Northwestern SR DE
198. Pittsburgh  - Tipa Galeai Utah State RS SR OLB
199. LA Rams - Van Jefferson Florida RS SR WR
200. Chicago (From Philadelphia) - Sean McKeon Michigan SR TE
201. Minnesota (From Buffalo) - K'Von Wallace Clemson SR S
202. Arizona (From New England) - John Reid Penn State RS SR CB
203. New Orleans - Dele Harding Illinois RS SR OLB
204. New England (From Houston)  - Danny Pinter Ball State SR OG
205. Minnesota- Collin Johnson Texas SR WR
206. Jacksonville (From Seattle)  - Quartney Davis Texas A&M JR WR
207. Buffalo (From Baltimore) – Josh Metellus Michigan SR S
208. Green Bay (From Tennessee) - Dalton Keene Virginia Tech JR TE
209. Green Bay - Daniel Thomas Auburn SR S
210. San Francisco - Malcolm Perry Navy SR WR/RB
211. NY Jets (From Kansas City) -Trevis Gipson Tulsa RS SR OLB/DE
*212. New England - Derrek Tuszka NDSU SR DE
*213. New England - Trishton Jackson Syracuse RS JR WR
*214. Seattle - Kalija Lipscomb Vandy SR WR

7th
215. Cincinnati - Malcolm Roach Texas SR DE/DT
216. Washington -Benito Jones Ole Miss SR DT
217. San Francisco (From Detroit) - Nick Kaltmayer Kansas State RS SR OT
218. NY Giants - Brandon Jones Texas SR S
219. Minnesota (From Miami) -Tyler Clark Georgia SR DT
220. LA Chargers - Jordan Fuller Ohio State SR S  
221. Carolina - Chauncey Rivers Miss State RS SR DE
222. Arizona - Anthony Gordon Washington State RS SR QB
223. Jacksonville - Calvin Taylor Jr Kentucky RS SR DE/DT
224. Tennessee (From Cleveland) - Sewo Olonilua TCU SR RB
225. Baltimore (From NY Jets) - Kendall Coleman Syracuse SR DE
226. Chicago (From Raiders) - Michael Warren II Cincinnati JR RB
227. Miami (From Indianapolis) – Juwan Johnson Oregon RS SR WR
228. Atlanta (From Philadelphia/Tampa Bay) - Braden Mann Texas A&M SR P
229. Washington (From Denver)- Mohamed Barry Nebraska RS SR ILB
230. New England (From Atlanta) - Salvon Ahmed Washington JR RB
231. Dallas - Patrick Taylor Memphis SR RB
232. Pittsburgh - Sean Pollard Clemson SR OG/C
233. Chicago - Austin Mack Ohio State SR WR
234. LA Rams - Jacob Breeland Oregon RS SR TE
235. New England (From Philadelphia) - Michael Divinity Jr. LSU SR OLB
236. Green Bay (From Cleveland/Buffalo) - David Reese Florida SR ILB
237. Denver (From New England) - Jeff Thomas Miami FL JR WR
238. NY Giants (From New Orleans) - Josh Pearson Jacksonville St. SR WR
239. Buffalo (From Minnesota)- Parnell Motley Oklahoma SR CB
240. Houston - Cole McDonald Hawaii JR QB
241. New England (From Seattle)  - Myles Dorn UNC SR S
242. Green Bay (From Baltimore) - Brendon Hayes UCF RS SR DE
243. Tennessee - Bryce Perkins Virginia SR QB
244. Cleveland (From Green Bay) - Geno Stone Iowa JR S
245. San Francisco - Tony Jones Jr Notre Dame RS JR RB
246. Miami (From Kansas City) - Robert Landers Ohio State SR DT/DE
*247. NY Giants- Charlie Woerner Georgia SR TE
*248. Houston - Marquez Callaway Tennessee SR WR
*249. Minnesota - Michael Pinckney Miami FL SR OLB
*250. Houston - Cheyenne O'Grady Arkansas RS SR TE
*251. Miami - Kamal Martin Minnesota SR OLB
*252. Denver - Christian Rector USC SR DE
*253. Minnesota - Ahmad Wagner Kentucky SR TE/WR
*254. Denver - Debione Renfro Texas A&M JR CB
*255. NY Giants - Garrett Marino UAB SR DT

(* = projected compensatory selection)


 

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And just for fun, if each team had the same needs, potentially who would be picked from the prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft.  Clearly it is way early but just based on this preliminary list, the 2020 class is a lot deeper in terms of top end talent, then again many of these prospects have not fulled developed their games however and things could change.

1st/2nd Round with Top 2021 Prospects:
1. Cincinnati  - Trevor Lawrence Clemson JR QB
2. Washington  - Penei Sewell Oregon JR OT
3. Detroit  - Micah Parsons Penn State JR OLB
4. NY Giants  - Tamorrion Terry Florida State RS JR WR
5. Miami  - Justin Fields Ohio State JR QB
6. LA Chargers  -  Ja'Marr Chase  LSU JR WR
7. Carolina  - Joseph Ossai Texas JR OLB
8. Arizona  - Alex Leatherwood Alabama SR OG/OT 
9. Jacksonville  - Marvin Wilson Florida State SR DT  
10. Cleveland  - Gregory Rousseau Miami FL RS SOPH DE
11. NY Jets  - Rondale Moore Purdue JR WR
12. Raiders  - Shaun Wade Ohio State RS JR CB
13. San Francisco (From Indianapolis) - Jaylen Twyman Pitt RS JR DT
14. Tampa Bay  - Najee Harris Alabama SR RB
15. Denver  - Josh Myers Ohio State RS JR C
16. Atlanta  - Dylan Moses Alabama SR ILB
17. Dallas  - Pat Freiermuth Penn State JR TE
18. Miami (From Pittsburgh) - Alaric Jackson Iowa RS SR OT/OG
19. Raiders (From Chicago)-  Jaylen Waddle Alabama JR WR 
20. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) -Thomas Graham Jr Oregon SR CB
21. Philadelphia - Devonta Smith Alabama SR WR
22. Minnesota (From Buffalo)  - Wyatt Davis RS JR OG Ohio State
23. New England  - Trey Smith Tennessee SR OG/OT
24. New Orleans  - Jevon Holland Oregon JR S
25. Minnesota  - Rashod Bateman Minnesota JR WR 
26. Miami (From Houston) -  Creed Humphrey Oklahoma RS JR C
27. Seattle  - Carlos Basham Jr. Wake Forest RS JR DE     
28. Baltimore  - Patrick Jones II Pitt RS SR DE/OLB
29. Tennessee  - Walker Little Stanford SR OT  
30. Green Bay  - Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame RS JR OT
31. San Francisco -Talanoa Hufanga USC JR S 
32. Kansas City  - Travis Etienne Clemson SR RB

2nd
33. Cincinnati  - Kyle Pitts Florida JR TE
34. Indianapolis (From Washington) - Jordon Scott Oregon SR NT
35. Detroit  - Paulson Adebo Stanford RS JR CB
36. NY Giants  - Quincy Roche Miami FL SR DE/OLB
37. LA Chargers  - Cole Van Lanen Wisconsin RS SR OT
38. Carolina  - Caden Sterns Texas JR S
39. Miami  - Chuba Hubbard Ok State RS JR RB
40. Houston (From Arizona)  - Justyn Ross Clemson JR WR
41. Cleveland  - Thayer Munford Ohio State JR OT
42. Jacksonville  - Hamsah Nasirildeen Florida State SR S
43. Chicago (From Raiders) - Andre Cisco Syracuse JR S 
44. Indianapolis  -Paris Ford Pitt RS JR S   
45. Tampa Bay  - Abraham Lucas Washington St RS JR OT
46. Denver  - Samuel Cosmi Texas RS JR OT
47. Atlanta  - Xavier Thomas Clemson JR DE
48. NY Jets - Deonte Brown RS JR OG
49. Pittsburgh - Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame RS SR OG
50. Chicago  - Tylan Wallace Ok State SR WR
51. Dallas  - Camryn Bynum Cal RS SR CB
52. LA Rams  - Kylin Hill Miss State SR RB
53. Philadelphia  - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah Notre Dame SR OLB
54. Buffalo  - Tyreke Smith Ohio State JR DE
55. Baltimore (From Atlanta/ New England) - Monty Rice Georgia SR ILB
56. Miami (From New Orleans) - Charles Snowden Virginia SR OLB
57. Houston  - Jordan Davis Georgia JR DT
58. Minnesota  - Asante Samuel Jr Florida State JR CB
59. Seattle  -Tutu Atwell Louisville JR WR
60. Baltimore  - Trey Hill Georgia JR C
61. Tennessee  - Derion Kendrick Clemson JR CB
62. Green Bay  - KJ Britt Auburn SR ILB
63. Kansas City (From San Francisco) - DJ Daniel Georgia SR CB
64. Seattle (From Kansas City)  - Landon Dickerson Alabama RS SR C/OG

Edited by Ozzy
Updated 3/29/20

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23 minutes ago, .Buzz said:

I really do not understand the RB pick at all.

Fournette has one more year on the contract, they might be looking to move on from him.  If not he does get injured from time to time and I do not think anyone is scared of Armstead, McNichols or Ozigbo.  They need a two headed monster at RB and Dobbins could be it and gives some in the passing game and is a decent pass protector as well.  Sure they could go WR but a guy like Ruggs is pretty similar to what they already have.  Maybe a Bryan Edwards 2nd or 3rd round makes some sense as well.  Still I think they want to be a power run team with a great D but maybe that will change with Coughlin out will see.

Curious what they do at QB as well, not sure Foles is a long term option and Minshew is adequate but nothing amazing.  And they still have Dobbs, wow something has to happen there one of those three have to go and clearly it is not Minshew.

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9 minutes ago, Ozzy said:

Fournette has one more year on the contract, they might be looking to move on from him.  If not he does get injured from time to time and I do not think anyone is scared of Armstead, McNichols or Ozigbo.  They need a two headed monster at RB and Dobbins could be it and gives some in the passing game and is a decent pass protector as well.  Sure they could go WR but a guy like Ruggs is pretty similar to what they already have.  Maybe a Bryan Edwards 2nd or 3rd round makes some sense as well.  Still I think they want to be a power run team with a great D but maybe that will change with Coughlin out will see.

Curious what they do at QB as well, not sure Foles is a long term option and Minshew is adequate but nothing amazing.  And they still have Dobbs, wow something has to happen there one of those three have to go and clearly it is not Minshew.

Why can't Armstead be something? Hes shown flashes when he's played and runs really hard.

With all the holes on this team I'd be beyond shocked if they took another 1st round RB. I don't see a RB at all but especially a 1st round one.

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37 minutes ago, BigMountainGoat said:

Odd picks for the Bills. A 1st round RB when they have a stud rookie in Singletary and a DT when they have loads. 

I assume Gore retires and as run heavy as they are, would not be a bad idea to get Jonathan Taylor who fits the system quite well.  And rarely can one have too many good DL and I assume Jordan Phillips they do not resign.

 

Look at the Panthers without a second fiddle to McCaffrey which is a struggle.  Ravens have Ingram, Edwards and Hill outside of Lamar Jackson running, think they regret getting Ingram free agency?  Even last year they had Alex Collins, Javorious Allen, Kenneth Dixon along with Gus Edwards.  Sure one can maybe get a bunch of later round guys but a lot of teams who want to run get a lot of running backs.  Look at Seattle but sadly for them Carson and Penny are hurt and would not be shocked if they try to find a RB in the draft also.  Vikings brought in Mattison who has been awesome this year behind Cook and Boone has looked good when he has got time late this year.  Colts have Mack, Wilkins, Williams and Hines.  49ers have Mostert, Coleman and Breida and also have McKinnon but he is constantly injured.

 

But sure Bills might wait till the later rounds to get a back if Gore retires but regardless I think they draft one.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Ozzy said:

If it falls the way you predict, here's what I foresee for the Denver Broncos:

1st
15. Denver  - Jerry Jeudy Alabama JR WR - I'd be surprised if Jeudy falls this far but his speed and hands would fit perfectly next to Sutton and help out Lock to make the passing game electric !!

2nd
46. Denver  - Kristian Fulton LSU SR CB - Another great pick that falls into our lap. Fulton fits a need if CHJ leaves or adds much needed depth.

3rd
77. Denver - Lucas Niang TCU SR OT - Would prefer to select OL earlier but Niang is big, athletic and will create holes in the running game. Good pick


83. Denver (From Pittsburgh)  - Leki Fotu Utah SR DT - Orr would be a good pickup but with few DT's as big and athletic as Fotu in this draft, he'd be a bigger and more immediate upgrade to the Broncos defense at this time.


95. Denver (From San Francisco)  - Ben Bredeson Michigan SR OG - While I like Akers, we still need more help on the OL with Leary always hurst and overpaid, Bredeson will provide more stability on Denver biggest area of need.


4th
109. Denver - KJ Hamler Penn State RS SOPH - Anae doesn't have the size for 3-4 DE and we're set at Edge with Miller, Chubb, Reed and Holland so Denver adds another fast WR in Hamler, too good of a talent to bypass IMO

127. Denver (From San Francisco)  - Kyle Dugger Lenoir Rhyme SR S - DEN rec's this pick from the Saunders trade, they select a big fast safety to help cover TE's and eventually pair with Justin Simmons. Dugger can also return punts as an added bonus.

 

 

 

 

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Well, you only have one pick for us,  and I'm not sold on RB being our biggest need.

That said, we should still have our own 4th round pick instead of Cleveland (that trade was a conditional 3rd or 4th, and it ended up being a 3rd), as well as Miami's 4th round pick as part of the Tunsil trade.

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40 minutes ago, Longhorns90 said:

Well, you only have one pick for us,  and I'm not sold on RB being our biggest need.

That said, we should still have our own 4th round pick instead of Cleveland (that trade was a conditional 3rd or 4th, and it ended up being a 3rd), as well as Miami's 4th round pick as part of the Tunsil trade.

Lamar Miller and Carlos Hyde are free agents in 2020.  Assuming they are not signed, then RB is a massive need and arguably the biggest on the roster.   Sure Duke Johnson is ok but I would want another back outside of just him.

 

I will make the correction with the Houston 4th rounder still being their pick, thanks.

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My god! Jeudy falling to 15, Fulton falling to the 2nd and Niang to the 3rd? Denver's dream.

Btw, SF's pick in the 4th also belongs to Denver because of the E-Sanders trade.

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1 minute ago, BowserBroncos said:

My god! Jeudy falling to 15, Fulton falling to the 2nd and Niang to the 3rd? Denver's dream.

Btw, SF's pick in the 4th also belongs to Denver because of the E-Sanders trade.

I could see Jeudy falling if Lamb impresses, just comparing the two Lamb easily had a better season than Jeudy who looked pretty frail at times this year but with a good combine that could correct some of those concerns.  Denver could get him or Ruggs though so pretty set there.  Or could get Jefferson, Bowden or Devonte Smith 2nd round so they will get a WR just matter of when.  

I will correct that SF and Denver pick, thanks for letting me know.  

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I don’t hate the positions for the Packers but not a fan of the players. I’d probably take Love over Eason but I honestly don’t like either of them very much. I haven’t watched Weaver much but as long as he is not another Blake Martinez and can cover I’m ok with it. I’d take Cepheus over Hill as his ball skills and strength are what the Packers need. I’d be surprised if he left early though unless the draft advisory board said he would be picked in the 1-3 round range.

It would be disappointing if the Packer came away with zero OL in the first four rounds. 
 

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For the Bengals.....

Burrow is a lock for the op spot.


I'm not sold at all on Austin Jackson at 33.  I understand OT, but would take Becton, then Leatherwood over him.  And that's just the OT choices.  With Murray sitting there, I don't see how we wouldn't grab him.  If Murray was gone, I could see Malik Harrison there as well.  Darkhorse candidate could be Justin Jefferson.  Having Green on one side with Jefferson on the other and Boyd in the slot would look great to start the season.



I just don't get Jaylon Johnson at this point at all.  We have solid CBs, but they all were hurt at the end of the season, which also gave Phillips some much needed reps.  Granted it was a somewhat lethargic Browns team,, but he did have 2 INTs in the last game of the season.  I could see Devonta Smith Alabama here if we didn't go WR in the second.  The other obvious position would be LB?OT, whichever they didn't get in the second.  

 

I really like the Michael Divinity pick, even if we went LB earlier.  Pratt seems to be developing in the middle, so getting two OLBs would be ideal moving forward.  I would probably start drooling if e landed Murray and Davinity to flank Pratt for the next 4 years, and hopefully more.  Dye would also n=be in play, as would WRs.  At this point, I could also see making a move for a safety like JR Reed, who is still available at this point.

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