NFL Mock Draft 2020

Posted: October 27, 2019 in Football, New entries, NFL

NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020 (10/27/2019)

  1. Miami – Tua Tagovailoa, ‘Bama QB. Rosen likely goes to his third team in three years. Unless Miami trades down, Tua or Joe Burrow makes the most sense here.
  2. Cincinnati – Joe Burrow, LSU QB. While Cincinnati needs to rebuild their entire offensive line, they have an opportunity to draft a franchise passer.
  3. Washington – Jerry Jeudy, Alabama WR. The Redskins need to find a replacement for Trent Williams, but the value selection is Jeudy. None of the top OTs are ‘sure thing’ prospects like Jeudy is viewed.
  4. Atlanta – Chase Young, Ohio State DE. Young is maybe the ‘slam dunk’ prospect of the draft and whoever drafts at four will be lucky if he is available. The Falcons pass rush has some core contributors (Grady Jarrett, Takk McKinley) but Young would be a stud.
  5. New York Jets – CeeDee Lamb, Okla. WR – The Jets need offensive line help and Lamb is frankly not the best fit for the Jets quick passing game. He’s crazy fast and Gase or whoever is coaching for the Jets should find a way to incorporate Lamb into the offense. Lamb’s been a huge part of Baker’s, Kyler’s, and now Jalen Hurts’ success at Oklahoma. Lamb is an excellent deep threat.
  6. L.A. Chargers – Tristan Wirfs, Iowa OL – If the Bolts don’t draft a replacement QB, they need to get Rivers some better pass pro. Wirfs stand out at Iowa with his physical dominance and could play guard early on while adapting to the pro game. They could also go with a corner here with Kristian Fulton or Jeffrey Okudah.
  7. Denver – Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State CB. I would take Herbert or another QB. Nothing about Drew Lock looks certain to me. Okudah is a very technically sound corner with great speed and physicality.
  8. New York Giants – Laviska Shenault Jr, Colorado WR. Pat Shurmur can use Shenault moves around a lot at Colorado and Shurmur will appreciate his YAC ability. Shenault forces a lot of missed tackles and creates yards after contact efficiently.
  9. Cleveland – Andrew Thomas, Georgia OT. The Browns need a left tackle. Maybe Grant Delpit or Isaiah Simmons could help fortify the secondary if Dorsey finds a suitable replacement before the draft.
  10. Miami (through Pittsburgh) – Kristian Fulton, LSU CB. Flores understands the importance of secondary performance for a team’s success. The Dolphins need help on the offensive line, but Fulton brings more value and with a higher floor.

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