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Ryan24 | Ryan’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft


Updated: 04/06/2020 11:59AM ET

PickTeamPlayerPos.School
Round 1
1
  Bengals  
Joe BurrowQB LSU
It was kind of cool how throughout last fall Joe Burrow and LSU kept on getting better and better and the Bengals kept getting worse and worse. It is only a matter of time before Burrow is officially the Bengals franchise guy.
2
  Redskins  
Chase YoungDE Ohio State
The Redskins have a lot of needs in a lot of places, but Young is a generational talent that simply cannot be passed up.
3
  Lions  
Justin HerbertQB Oregon
(PROJECTED TRADE WITH DOLPHINS) Detroit knows that they are in a position where they can trade down a few spots and still land Jeff Okudah, who they would have taken at number 3 anyway. For Miami, they can afford to part with some draft picks because they have so many this year. Plus, the rumor is that Miami really likes Herbert, which makes a trade up understandable.TRADE DETAILS: Dolphins Receive: Pick #3 overall Lions Receive: Picks #5, #56, #144, and a 2021 5th Round Pick
4
  Giants  
Andrew ThomasOT Georgia
One of the first big dominoes to fall in the draft will be whether the Giants go with Isaiah Simmons or an Offensive Lineman with this pick. Both options make sense, but the Giants spent big on defense in free agency. Also veteran OL Mike Remmers recently left to join the Chiefs and Left Tackle Nate Solder has failed to live up to the expectations of his massive contract. There are 4 legitimate contenders to be the first OL off the board this year, but I will give the Giants Thomas, who I have had as my #1 Lineman since last fall.
5
  Dolphins  
Jeff OkudahCB Ohio State
(PROJECTED TRADE WITH LIONS) The pass defense in Detroit was bad enough last year, but after the Darius Slay trade, this pick makes even more sense. TRADE DETAILS: Dolphins Receive: Pick #3 overall Lions Receive: Picks #5, #56, #144, and a 2021 5th Round Pick
6
  Chargers  
Tua TagovailoaQB Alabama
This would be an ideal scenario for Tua. The Chargers will be able to sit him behind Tyrod Taylor until he is healthy and ready to play. Additionally the Chargers need to do something to draw more fans and media attention to their franchise, drafting Tua would do the trick. Also Los Angeles is less than a 5 hour flight from Hawaii.
7
  Panthers  
Isaiah SimmonsOB Clemson
Exit Luke Kuechly. Enter Isaiah Simmons. Getting Simmons would be a nice start to a rebuild under new coach Matt Rhule.
8
  Cardinals  
Tristan WirfsOT Iowa
Offensive Line no matter what is the mantra here. Arizona upgraded their receiving corps with the Hopkins trade now they need to protect their mobile quarterback, Kyler Murray.
9
  Jaguars  
Derrick BrownDT Auburn
10
  Browns  
Mekhi BectonOT Louisville
11
  Jets  
CeeDee LambWR Oklahoma
12
  Raiders  
Jerry JeudyWR Alabama
13
  49ers   f/IND
Jedrick Wills Jr.OT Alabama
14
  Buccaneers  
Javon KinlawDT South Carolina
15
  Broncos  
Henry Ruggs IIIWR Alabama
16
  Falcons  
K'Lavon ChaissonOB LSU
17
  Cowboys  
CJ HendersonCB Florida
18
  Dolphins   f/PIT
AJ EpenesaDE Iowa
19
  Raiders   f/CHI
Kristian FultonCB LSU
20
  Jaguars   f/LAR
Xavier McKinneyFS Alabama
21
  Eagles  
Justin JeffersonWR LSU
22
  Vikings   f/BUF
Tee HigginsWR Clemson
23
  Patriots  
Jake FrommQB Georgia
24
  Saints   f/CHI
Kenneth MurrayIB Oklahoma
25
  Vikings  
Bryce HallCB Virginia
26
  Dolphins   f/HOU
Josh JonesOT Houston
27
  Seahawks  
Patrick QueenIB LSU
28
  Ravens  
Yetur Gross-MatosDE Penn State
29
  Titans  
Grant DelpitSS LSU
30
  Packers  
Austin JacksonOT Southern Cal
31
  49ers  
Brandon AiyukWR Arizona State
32
  Chiefs  
Jonathan TaylorRB Wisconsin