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2020 NFL Mock Draft

By Jason Coon

1. Cincinnati Bengals –––––– Joe Burrow, QB Louisiana State University

2. Washington Redskins –––– Chase Young, DE Ohio State University

3. Detroit Lions ––––––––––– Jeff Okudah, CB Ohio State University

4. New York Giants ––––––– Tristan Wirfs, OL Iowa

5. Miami Dolphins –––––––– Justin Herbert, QB Oregon

6. Los Angeles Chargers –––– Tua Tagovailoa, QB Alabama

7. Carolina Panthers ––––––– Isaiah Simmons, LB Clemson

8. Arizona Cardinals ––––––– Mekhi Becton, OL Louisville

9. Jacksonville Jaguars ––––– Derrick Brown, DT Auburn

10. TRADE: Denver Broncos – CeeDee Lamb, WR Oklahoma

11. New York Jets ––––––––– Jerry Jeudy, WR Alabama

12. Las Vegas Raiders –––––– CJ Henderson, CB Florida

13. San Francisco 49ers ––––– Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers –– Jedrick Wills, OL Alabama

15. TRADE: Cleveland Browns – Andrew Thomas, OL Georgia

16. Atlanta Falcons –––––––– Javon Kinlaw, DT South Carolina

17. Dallas Cowboys –––––––– K’lavon Chaisson, EDGE Louisiana State University

18. Miami Dolphins –––––––– Josh Jones, OL Houston

19. Las Vegas Raiders –––––– Justin Jefferson, WR Louisiana State University

20. Jacksonville Jaguars –––– Kristian Fulton, CB Louisiana State University

21. Philadelphia Eagles ––––– Tee Higgins, WR Clemson

22. Minnesota Vikings ––––– AJ Terrell, CB Clemson

23. New England Patriots ––– Jordan Love, QB Utah State

24. New Orleans Saints –––– Patrick Queen, LB Louisiana State University

25. Minnesota Vikings ––––– Brandon Aiyuk, WR Arizona State

 26. Miami Dolphins –––––– Austin Jackson, OL University of Southern California

27. Seattle Seahawks–––––– AJ Epenesa, EDGE Iowa

28. Baltimore Ravens ––––– Kenneth Murray, LB Oklahoma

29. Tennessee Titans –––––– Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn State

30.  Green Bay Packers ––––Denzel Mims, WR Baylor

31. San Francisco 49ers –––– Xavier McKinney, S Alabama

32. Kansas City Chiefs –––– Trevon Diggs, CB Alabama

 

ROUND 2

33. Cincinnati Bengals –––– Cesar Ruiz, IOL Michigan

34. Indianapolis Colts ––––– Noah Igbinoghene, CB Auburn

35. Detroit Lions ­­­––––––––– Lloyd Cushenberry, IOL Louisiana State University

36. New York Giants –––––– Zack Baun, EDGE Wisconsin

37. Los Angeles Chargers ––– Ezra Cleveland, OL Boise State

38. Carolina Panthers ­­­–––––– Grant Delpit, S Louisiana State University

39. Miami Dolphins ––––––– Laviska Shenault Jr, WR Arizona State

40. Houston Texans ––––––– Jeff Gladney, CB Texas Christian University

41. Cleveland Browns ––––– Ross Blacklock, DL, Texas Christian University

42. Jackson Jaguars ––––––– Matt Peart, OL Connecticut

43. Chicago Bears –––––––– Ashtyn Davis, S California

44. Indianapolis Colts ––––– Michael Pittman Jr, WR University of Southern California

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jonathan Taylor, RB Wisconsin

46. Denver Broncos ––––––– Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

47. Atlanta Falcons –––––––– Bryce Hall, CB Virginia

48. New York Jets­­­ ––––––––– Isaiah Wilson, OL Georgia

49. Pittsburg Steelers ––––––– Marlon Davidson, DL Aubuun

50. Chicago Bears ­­­––––––––– Javaris Davis, CB Auburn

51. Dallas Cowboys –––––––– Jalen Reagor, WR Texas Christian University

52. Los Angeles Rams ­­­­–––––– Prince Tega Wanogho, OL Auburn

53. Philadelphia Eagles ––––– Damon Arnette, CB Ohio State

54. Buffalo Bills –––––––––– Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma

55. Baltimore Ravens ­­­­­–––––– D’Andre Swift, RB Georgia

56. Miami Dolphins ­­­––––––– Jordan Elliott, DL Missouri

57. Los Angeles Rams ––––– JK Dobbins, RB Ohio State

58. Minnesota Vikings ––––– Jonah Jackson, IOL Ohio State

59. Seattle Seahawks –––––– Willie Gay Jr, LB Mississippi State

60. Baltimore Ravens –––––– Chase Claypool, WR Notre Dame

61. Tennessee Titans –––––– Lucas Niang, OL Texas Christian University

62. Green Bay Packers ­­––––– Jalen Hurts, QB Oklahoma

63. Kansas City Chiefs ––––– Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB Louisiana State University

64. Seattle Seahawks –––––– Matt Hennessy, OL Temple

 

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Minnesota has more pressing needs than a WR and i don't see how Aiyuk is a first rounder?

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Love it for the Falcons. But its probably not going to happen since are GM is probably gonna give up the entire draft for CJ Henderson...facepalm

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What exactly is Cleveland getting in that trade? It would take at least Denver's second rounder, which does not appear to be the case in this draft. Are they giving up their 1st rounder next year?

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Mixed emotions on Dolphins draft.

5 reaches for me.

3  in 1st although do fit needs but can’t see us not taking a safety or a RG in the 2nd if we stick with all our picks. I have no problem doubling down on OT but wouldn’t take both Jones and Jackson who may be developmental players.

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A. Davis & J. Dobbins in the 2nd. It's hard to see a WR picked by Miami that early.

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Kinlaw is a fantastic pick for the Falcons in round 1.

Hall is a ok pick in round 2 i see better CB's available but he's not bad    

What i really want to know is where is Antonie Winfield  i would take that man in the back of round 1 if the Falcons were to trade back and would dang sure take him in round 2 over any CB available.      If you are up for it i say take our round 3 and 1 of the round 4 picks and do a trade up to go get that man lol. 

Kinlaw + Hall + Winfield is a hell of a grouping of 3 players for the Falcons.

If we can't go get Winfield then i would take Winfield in round 2 over Hall and take the best CB available in round 3.  Preferably Amik or Dantzler i think they are better than Hall anyways although it's close.

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6 hours ago, TheSportsElf said:

21. Philadelphia Eagles ––––– Tee Higgins, WR Clemson

53. Philadelphia Eagles ––––– Damon Arnette, CB Ohio State

Are you a Cowboys fan?

Tee Higgins has had so many reasons to fall in the last 2 months he might even be a 3rd round pick at this point.
2nd fiddle Corners are not worth a high pick. Gareon Conley wasn't, and Damon Arnette won't be either.

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That pick makes no sense for the Bills. DT is their deepest roster position and with Oliver, Phillips and Jefferson also one of their younger 

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Kinlaw and Hall would have me a happy man at the end of friday night.

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Out of all the teams that has said they were looking to trad...The only team that you have trading is Cleveland!!!  OK.   It would be great if it fell this way and we still got Andrew Thomas, but I don't think it will. But I like it though.

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19 hours ago, SteelKing728 said:

Minnesota has more pressing needs than a WR and i don't see how Aiyuk is a first rounder?

Agreed, I feel like Gross-Matos would easily be the pick over WR in round one. WR can be addressed in 3-5.

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