2020 NFL Mock Drafts

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    This is happening. If it doesn't, the Bengals should be relegated to the XFL forever. Joe Burrow is coming off a season that was as close to perfect as we've seen. Cincy HAS to take him.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 5671 76.3 60 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    Dwayne Haskins, Washington's 2019 first-rounder, has already welcomed Young to Twitter, and with new coach Ron Rivera's defensive background, this pick is somehow more of a no-brainer than a few weeks ago. Young has a chance to better than Nick Bosa, the No. 2 pick a year ago.

    3 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Taylor Decker anchors the left side but the Lions have issues at right tackle; Jedrick Wills solves that problem on Day 1, and would go a long way in keeping Matthew Stafford upright in 2020.

    4 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    The math is pretty simple: The Giants took Daniel Jones last year to be their franchise QB, Jones struggled with turnovers, in part because of a porous O-line, and Thomas, who starred at left tackle for three seasons, fills a gaping need.

    5 Tua TagovailoaAlabama, Jr QB

    Tagovailoa announced on Monday that he's leaving Alabama for the NFL Draft, and if can return to the form we saw the last two seasons, this is an easy choice for the Dolphins. The big question, of course, is when Tua will be cleared to return to football.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    9 2840 71.4 33 3
    6 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    Yes, the Chargers used a first-round pick on Jerry Tillery last April, and yes, the team needs a quarterback upgrades along the offensive line, but L.A.'s D-line ranked in the bottom third in the league in stopping the run and getting after the quarterback, and Brown, one of the best players in this class, is coming off a dominant 2019 season for the Tigers.

    7 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    The Panthers secondary is young and it showed at times last season. James Bradberry is in the final year of his deal and whether he returns or not, it makes sense to add the top cornerback in the class in Okudah.

    8 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    The Cardinals struggled at linebacker and in the secondary in 2019 and Simmons' versatility means he can line up anywhere. He reminds us of a bigger version of Derwin James with the same type of playmaking abilities, which is exactly what Arizona could use.

    9 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    Yannick Ngakoue sounds like he may have played his last game for the Jags and Calais Campbell and Marcell Darius will have their contracts expire after next season. Epenesa is a force on the outside but he can also kick inside and play defensive tackle. He would fill several needs for a rebuilding Jacksonville team.

    10 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    The Browns have myriad problems and fixing the offensive line is as good a place as any to start. Ultimately, this team's success comes down to Baker Mayfield, but protecting him might make that a lot easier. Wirfs was dominant last season and he can play either right or left tackle.

    11 Trevon DiggsAlabama, Sr CB

    Three of the Jets top four cornerbacks, according to Pro Football Focus grades, are unrestricted free agents (Brian Poole, Maurice Canady, Arthur Maulet). And while the defense was a top-10 unit under Gregg Williams, they ranked 18th against the pass, via Football Outsiders. Adding a physical, playmaking cornerback seems logical given the lack of depth at the position.

    12 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    Hunter Renfrow had a breakout season but he's not the deep threat the Raiders need. Lamb is, and along with Renfrow, Darren Waller and Tyrell Williams, Las Vegas could have one of the best young receiving corps in the AFC West.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    13 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    The Colts need to bolster their defensive line -- they were 15th against the run and 21th against the pass in '19, according to Football Outsiders -- and Kinlaw is one of the best pass-rushing interior linemen in this draft class.

    14 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    The Bucs' 2019 draft class was defense-heavy and the results were immediate; the unit was the No. 5 defense in the league but the D-line could look completely different next season; Ndamukong Suh, Jason Pierre-Paul and Rakeem Nunez-Roches are all soon-to-be free agents. Gross-Matos has the size, strength and quickness to play the edge but he's still raw. The good news is he'll only get better with experience.

    15 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    Courtland Sutton is an emerging star who is a bona fide deep threat. Noah Fant is the dynamic tight end entering Year 2. Phillip Lindsay is the backfield playmaker, and Drew Lock is the quarterback who appears ready for the full-time job. Why not add one more weapon to this offense, the most exciting player in this draft class: Jerry Jeudy.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    16 CJ HendersonFlorida, Jr CB

    The Falcons secondary is young but they have to get better to compete in the NFC South; the unit was 25th against the pass, according to Football Outsiders. C.J. Henderson is a long, cover corner who has the ability to lockdown the opponent's best receiver.

    17 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    WR may not seem like an obvious need but the Cowboys have to re-up Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. Even if they keep both (and they likely will), there isn't a ton of depth at wideout, plus it would be hard to pass on Ruggs here. He's a burner and a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    18 Terrell LewisAlabama, Sr EDGE

    Traded from: PIT

    Lewis has battled through knee and elbow injuries that forced him to miss most of the previous two seasons but he's shown in 2019 just how disruptive he can be off the edge. If he's healthy, there's a good chance he finds his way into Round 1.

    19 Justin HerbertOregon, Sr QB

    Traded from: CHI

    CBS Sports' NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported late last month that the Raiders could be looking for a new QB and Herbert, who has a rocket right arm and checks every box for what a franchise passer should look like, could certainly get Jon Gruden's attention in the coming weeks and months.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3471 66.8 32 6
    20 Jordan LoveUtah St., Jr QB

    Traded from: LAR

    Doug Marrone bought himself another season to sort out the Jags and after whiffing on Nick Foles, it's time to find a proper franchise QB. Love is really, really raw, but he's drawn comparisons to Patrick Mahomes for his arm strength and athleticism. And like Mahomes, he'll need a year of seasoning on the bench, which could guarantee Marrone's job beyond 2020.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 3402 61.9 20 17
    21 Julian OkwaraNotre Dame, Sr DL

    Brandon Graham and Vinny Curry were the Eagles' two most efficient pass rushers, according to PFF, but Graham is 31 and Curry appears headed for free agency. Okwara's season ended in November, and while he wasn't quite as productive as a year ago, he's a high-upside prospect who explodes off the ball. He's listed at 240 but plays much stronger than that, and he'll likely add weight in the weeks leading up to the combine.

    22 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    John Brown can stretch the field and Cole Beasley can man the slot, but Josh Allen needs a big downfield target. At 6-4, Higgins is that and then some; he high-points the ball better than anyone in this class and Allen would certainly welcome him to Buffalo. The Clemson standout had his best showing of the season in the ACC title game, hauling in nine passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns, and he'll have one more chance to impress in the national championship matchup vs. LSU.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    15 59 1167 19.8 13
    23 Cole KmetNotre Dame, Jr TE

    Kmet will be in the running for TE1 in the coming months but the just-declared junior fits what the Patriots need compared. He's an inline tight end who is a proficient blocker and a legit threat in the downfield passing game. The Pats struggled in the passing game in 2019 and you could argue that losing Gronk was the biggest reason why.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    10 43 515 12 6
    24 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    Shenault can line up anywhere and would be a versatile chess piece in Sean Payton's offense -- and offer one more weapon alongside Michael Thomas for Drew Brees. How high Shenault is selected will come down to his testing, but when he's healthy he's damn near unstoppable.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    25 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    Logan Ryan and Tramaine Brock are two of the Titans' top three cornerbacks and both will be out of a contract in March. But even if Tennessee brings back one (or both), you can never have enough defensive backs on the roster. Fulton would've been a likely first-rounder had he come out a year ago.

    26 A.J. TerrellClemson, Jr CB

    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer loves big physical cornerbacks and Terrell is that and then some. Plus, according to Spotrac, the Vikings can clear $11.75 million in cap space if they move on from CB Xavier Rhodes, who has had a rough season. Additionally, former second-round pick Mackensie Alexander is in the final year of his rookie deal.

    27 Austin JacksonUSC, Jr OL

    Traded from: HOU

    Jackson has prototypical size for an NFL left tackle but he moves like someone 100 pounds lighter. He had a standout campaign for the Trojans and could be one of the top offensive linemen drafted next spring. In Miami, he'll be part of the rebuilding process, that now could include Tua.

    28 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    Jadeveon Clowney has been dominant at times but he's been going it alone. And 2019 first-rounder L.J. Collier was largely ineffective for 152 snaps this season. Chaisson is undersized but incredibly quick off the ball and play much stronger than listed weight of 250 lbs.

    29 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    The Chiefs defense has improved as the season has progressed, but they struggled to find consistency from their linebackers. Murray changes that. He is undersized but he flies all over the field, and has sideline-to-sideline speed, the ability to make plays in the backfield and the athleticism to cover RBs and TEs.

    30 Jalen ReagorTCU, Jr WR

    Jalen Reagor is a four-down player, who can line up anywhere, and would give Aaron Rodgers a smaller, quicker, faster pass-catching option on a wide receivers corps full of straight-line giants.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 43 611 14.2 5
    31 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    We've typically had Xavier McKinney going to the 49ers here, and even though McKinney officially declared for the draft this week, Delpit is ranked slightly higher for us. That could change during the pre-draft process, especially given that Delpit, who battled through an ankle injury this season, struggled to consistently make tackles. When he's on, however, he can be one of the best players on the field.

    32 Paulson AdeboStanford, Jr CB

    The team re-upped Marcus Peters but former first-rounder Jimmy Smith is in the final year of his deal, and 33-year-old Brandon Carr's contract will expire after the 2020 season. Adebo is a physical corner who would fit in well in Wink Martindale's system.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    After years being stuck in quarterback purgatory, the Bengals get what looks like a legitimate franchise guy in Burrow.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 5671 76.3 60 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    The Redskins are in position to be on the other end of a gigantic, Robert Griffin III type trade. But if they don't get an enormous haul for the No. 2 overall pick, they'll likely draft Young to continue to build the defensive front for new coach Ron Rivera.

    3 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    The Lions are another team that'll likely be fielding calls for a team looking to get ahead of the Dolphins to take a quarterback (presumably Tagovailoa), but Matt Patricia, in this scenario, stays put and drafts the best corner prospect in the class.

    4 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    First surprise of Round 1, courtesy of Dave Gettleman. Wirfs over Georgia's Andrew Thomas isn't a big mistake though, as Wirfs is a super-strong, athletic blocker with experience at right and left tackle.

    5 Tua TagovailoaAlabama, Jr QB

    The tank job by Miami's front office -- not the coaches nor the players -- will have worked if this happens. Tagovailoa is about as polished as it gets as a quarterback prospect.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    9 2840 71.4 33 3
    6 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    Regardless of who's playing quarterback for the Chargers in their new Los Angeles home in 2020, he will need to be protected better than Philip Rivers has been the past few seasons. Insert Brown to that offensive line, Mr. Telesco.

    7 Justin HerbertOregon, Sr QB

    No one is quite sure what Rhule will want to do at quarterback, but it wouldn't be off-brand if the new, analytics-based Panthers moved on from Newton to save nearly $20 million. In this scenario, Rhule believes he can get the most out of the super-talented Herbert.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3471 66.8 32 6
    8 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    The Cardinals hired Kliff Kingsbury. He then drafted Air Raid quarterback Kyler Murray. Logical. The next step in the familiarity project in the desert would be giving Murray his former Oklahoma teammate to become the team's No. 1 wideout.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    9 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    Just about every good defense has quality linebackers. Think about it. With Myles Jack and Simmons, the Jaguars would have that, and he'd help the safety position too, as he's a legitimate hybrid with experience (and production) from both spots.

    10 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    Damarious Randall, Eric Murray, and Juston Burris are set to hit free agency, so the safety spot could be pretty barren in Cleveland heading into the draft. Delpit has some tackling issues but is a huge safety prospect with plus athleticism.

    11 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    With Wirfs and Thomas gone up front, the Jets are perfectly content with Jeudy here at No. 11 overall.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    12 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    Murray will need to go through the rigors of learning how to read route concepts in the NFL, but from an athleticism and instincts standpoint, he's right up there with Isaiah Simmons at the linebacker spot in this class.

    13 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    Ruggs flies and isn't a stiff, straight-line track guy. His cuts are sharp, and he's twitchy after the catch. Frank Reich will love him in his offense.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    14 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    The Buccaneers have loads of impending free agents on their defensive line. Brown is an overwhelming pocket pusher on the inside.

    15 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    The Broncos will likely prioritize offense throughout the draft but with some key pieces up front on defense hitting the market -- Derek Wolfe and Shelby Harris -- John Elway decides to go with Kinlaw, a long, heavy-handed disruptor who can line up anywhere.

    16 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    Gross-Matos is immensely long, pretty athletic and showcased more pass-rushing prowess in 2019. With Vic Beasley likely done in Atlanta, Dan Quinn dips into the edge-rusher well once again.

    17 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    Even with DeMarcus Lawrence under contract for many years, the Cowboys quietly will have a sizable need on the edge in 2020. So they go with Chassion here, a ferocious defensive end who blossomed during a mostly healthy 2019 at LSU.

    18 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Traded from: PIT

    The Dolphins go with the fundamentally sound, powerful Wills to shore up the right side of the line.

    19 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    Traded from: CHI

    Jon Gruden is a West Coast Offense advocate, and Shenault is a West Coast offense receiver with good size, awesome contact balance, and serious speed in the open field.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    20 Trevon DiggsAlabama, Sr CB

    Traded from: LAR

    While not nearly as complete of a prospect, Diggs' size and physical style at the line of scrimmage is reminiscent to that of Jalen Ramsey.

    21 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    Higgins gives the Eagles the best of both worlds at receiver -- he's tall and speedy down the field. Carson Wentz rejoices.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    15 59 1167 19.8 13
    22 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    In this scenario, the Bills are relying on the depth of the receiver class to address the position in Round 2 or Round 3. With Epenesa they get a three-down defensive end with an ascending arsenal of pass-rushing moves.

    23 Cole KmetNotre Dame, Jr TE

    Somewhat of a surprise entry into the 2020 class, Kmet instantly became TE1 after his announcement. He's a decent blocker but thrives as a receiver thanks to a huge frame and smooth cutting abilities.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    10 43 515 12 6
    24 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    This would represent quite the fall for the reliable and sticky Fulton, and the Saints would be thrilled to stop the plummet and pair him with Marshon Lattimore on the outside.

    25 Josh UcheMichigan, Sr EDGE

    Uche is a freakish speed-to-power edge rusher with quality bend and a nice inside move. With more strength, he can be a high-end pass-rush specialist and has coverage skills thanks to good athleticism.

    26 Mekhi BectonLouisville, Jr OL

    Becton is gigantic but actually moves extremely well in a zone-blocking system, music to the ears of the offensive coaches in Minnesota.

    27 Curtis WeaverBoise St., Jr EDGE

    Traded from: HOU

    Weaver is a heavy and decently polished edge rusher who can set the edge and bend it as a pass rusher. His swipe move is deadly.

    28 Trey SmithTennessee, Jr OL

    We aren't sure yet if Smith will declare for the 2020 Draft, but at guard, he can be an standout player right away because of his rare blend of size, strength, and athleticism.

    29 J.K. DobbinsOhio St., Jr RB

    The Chiefs could use a bell-cow back in the Patrick Mahomes-led offense and Dobbins can undoubtedly be that featured back, as we've seen during his career at Ohio State.

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    14 301 2003 6.7 21
    30 KJ HamlerPenn St., Soph WR

    Reagor would go from being held back by his quarterbacks at TCU to catching passes from Drew Brees.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 56 904 16.1 8
    31 Ashtyn DavisCalifornia, Sr S

    Keep going back to this pairing because the 49ers, despite their strong defense, could use another safety with linebacker qualities.

    32 Jalen ReagorTCU, Jr WR

    The Ravens love throwing to their tight ends, but how about another separation-predicated wideout next to Marquise Brown? Reagor is that type of explosive-movement receiver.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 43 611 14.2 5
  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    Joe Burrow to the Bengals seems like the worst-kept secret at this point. The team needs a new quarterback and Burrow is the best available. It does not hurt that he is an Ohio native.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    15 5671 76.3 60 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    Ron Rivera coached Julius Peppers and now he gets a chance to coach a Peppers equivalent. Young is a really special player, and the Redskins should not overthink this decision.

    3 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    Okudah combines coverage skills with a commitment to supporting the run defense. He is a physical player that loves the game. Detroit continues to make changes to their secondary.

    4 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Dave Gettleman values the offensive line and Nate Solder was an issue this season. While Isaiah Simmons would make a lot of sense with this pick as well, Wills is the choice due to previous tendencies of their general manager.

    5 Tua TagovailoaAlabama, Jr QB

    I fought the good fight for so long saying that Miami had a plan for Josh Rosen. I am turning my head on the concept for at least this week. Tagovailoa is a top-five caliber leader when healthy. The Dolphins do not need to force him into action before he is ready.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    9 2840 71.4 33 3
    6 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    Los Angeles has been in search of a defensive tackle for quite some time. Brown can press the pocket in addition to drawing some attention from their talented pass rushers, Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. Will the Chargers have to address the quarterback position this offseason as well?

    7 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    Greg Little is not the answer for Carolina at left tackle. Andrew Thomas has been the unchallenged top offensive tackle prospect available for awhile but Wills actually feels like the safer option right now.

    8 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    The end of Larry Fitzgerald's career is drawing near. Arizona has a promising young quarterback and some unproven talents at the wide receiver position. Rather than praying on a grab bag of players to develop, the Cardinals add a surefire No. 1 caliber wide receiver.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    9 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    D.J. Chark and Jeudy would be a dynamic combination. Jeudy's attention to detail at the position is impressive. It appears Jacksonville will trudge forward with Gardner Minshew at quarterback so they add another weapon to his arsenal.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    10 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    Cleveland desperately needs offensive tackle help. If Andrew Thomas or Jedrick Wills were on the board, their selection would appear to be pretty easy. Instead, both are off the board, so the Browns could target front seven help. Simmons is the best open field tackler in this draft class. He is a special player.

    11 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    Joe Douglas values the offensive line as well. Wirfs may need to transition to offensive guard, but New York needs help there as well.

    12 Justin HerbertOregon, Sr QB

    It is becoming widely accepted that the Raiders need a new quarterback. Washington's Jacob Eason and Herbert would seem to be the most likely because of their ability to push the ball downfield. In this scenario, Jon Gruden gets Herbert.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3471 66.8 32 6
    13 Jacob EasonWashington, Jr QB

    Jacoby Brissett is a solid quarterback and maybe he would fare better if he was able to stay healthy. Under the circumstances, Indianapolis needs to explore adding a quarterback to compete. Eason has huge upside for Frank Reich to work his magic.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 3132 64.2 23 8
    14 D'Andre SwiftGeorgia, Jr RB

    In an ideal world, Tampa Bay would add an offensive tackle or a cornerback. Quarterback can not be ruled out based on recent comments from Bruce Arians. All of that being considered, Swift is the best talent available.

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    14 196 1218 6.2 7
    15 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    Ruggs has become a popular pick to the Broncos. The idea of Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant and Ruggs receiving passes from Drew Lock should be exciting for fans in Denver.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    16 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    Epenesa falling to No. 16 is the best value in the first round to this point. He is a gifted pass rusher, which is where Atlanta needs some improvement. Dan Quinn's team ended the season strong. It is imperative that they come out of the gates aggressive in 2020.

    17 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    Delpit is the second best value in the first round. His situation feels similar to Derwin James a few years ago. He is a fantastic talent, but his senior season did not reach the levels many had expected. Dallas needs some help in their secondary so Delpit is a natural fit to contribute early.

    18 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    Traded from: PIT

    In previous versions of my mock drafts, Miami targeted the trenches heavily, so adding a quarterback and wide receiver with their first two picks is a big departure from the previous plan. It is simply difficult to ignore the individual talents and the heights they may be able to reach together.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    15 59 1167 19.8 13
    19 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    Traded from: CHI

    The Raiders have an aged Johnathan Hankins and Maurice Hurst, who did not receive a clean medical bill at the NFL combine, at the defensive tackle position. Kinlaw is great value at this point in the first round. It gives them another quality piece to a defensive line that includes a few promising players in Clelin Ferrell and Maxx Crosby.

    20 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    Traded from: LAR

    The Jaguars need some help at cornerback following last year's decision to trade Jalen Ramsey. Fulton has great athletic traits but needs to trust his eyes more. There are times when he panics and grabs in coverage.

    21 Justin JeffersonLSU, Jr WR

    Philadelphia clearly needs some improvement at the wide receiver position. Jefferson displays great body control and is capable of making plays downfield in that offense. It is a start for the Eagles, but they should probably address the position even further.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    15 111 1540 13.9 18
    22 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    There are a handful of teams that found themselves in desperate need of an upgrade at the wide receiver position by year's end. In a pass-happy league, there is more of an emphasis of finding a player who is able to make plays downfield. Buffalo had John Brown but can he be trusted long-term? They need more production at the position regardless.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    23 Cole KmetNotre Dame, Jr TE

    In watching Cole Kmet, there are evident shades of Rob Gronkowski. It was a natural fit. Kmet has developed well as a player. He is not overly fast but he is strong. His hands have proven to be very reliable as well.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    10 43 515 12 6
    24 Bryce HallVirginia, Sr CB

    Some teams may be scared away from the ankle injury he sustained during the season but he should be ready to roll by the time NFL training camp rolls around. Medical checks at the NFL combine will be important. Hall is a special talent when healthy. He does a great job of tracking the ball through the air.

    25 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    Murray is a fluid mover at the linebacker position. He can add a heat-seeking missile element to that defense with Jurrell Casey and Jeffery Simmons entrenched in front of him. Tennessee becomes more dynamic at the linebacker position.

    26 Neville GallimoreOklahoma, Sr DL

    Gallimore played with such passion this season. The phrase 'contract year' is prevalent in the NFL when a player knows they are coming due for a new contract after the season. The Oklahoma product must have seen his payday potential and took it up a notch.

    27 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Soph OL

    Traded from: HOU

    Humphrey is a rock at the heart of that defense. Using kids opening presents at Christmas as an example, Tua Tagovailoa and Tee Higgins were like receiving the latest video game console and a dirt bike, while adding Humphrey is like getting a pair of pants. You know you need it, but are you really excited about it?

    28 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    Seattle needs to upgrade the Sam and Will linebacker positions, as K.J. Wright and Mychal Kendricks are not long-term solutions. Chaisson, when healthy, is a difference-maker as a pass rusher.

    29 Tyler BiadaszWisconsin, Jr OL

    The Chiefs defense elevated their play as the season progressed, so the offseason emphasis falls even more on the offensive line unit. Biadasz steps in and starts at center from Day 1.

    30 Austin JacksonUSC, Jr OL

    Starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Hypothetically speaking, if he does not return, the team needs a replacement. Jackson is a bit raw but may have more upside than any other player at the position. His athleticism will test well.

    31 Xavier McKinneyAlabama, Jr CB

    McKinney continues to be a personal favorite because he is capable of fulfilling so many roles on defense. He can be moved around and disguised in that San Francisco defense, which will complicate quarterback reads pre-snap.

    32 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    Outside linebacker is not the issue it had previously been. Jaylon Ferguson and Matt Judon showed growth during the second half of the season, but Judon is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Baltimore may need to address the issue through the draft.

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