2020 NFL Mock Draft | Fredrickson 2 Rounds

The Mock Draft, the stable of the Pre-Draft Process. Mock Drafting has long been my favorite aspect of the draft process. Its how I got started in the draft game and remains my real bread and butter. Here at NFL Draft Geek this is our calling card and we will be providing you a new mock draft on a weekly basis leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft dropping each Tuesday during the NFL season. For this edition I’ve utilized Tankathon’s draft order which gives us a listing of what the order would be if the season ended today. Let us know what you think of our 2020 NFL Mock Draft whether it’s in the comments below or tweeting at @NFLDraftGeek @DraftLogan

2020 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1

  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow QB LSU
  2. Washington Redskins- Chase Young EDGE Ohio State
  3. Detroit Lions- Derrick Brown DT Auburn
  4. New York Giants- AJ Espenesa EDGE Iowa
  5. Miami Dolphins- Tua Tagavailoa QB Alabama
  6. LA Chargers- Jedrick Wills OT Alabama
  7. Carolina Panthers- Justin Herbert QB Oregon
  8. Arizona Cardinals- Tristan Wirfs OT Iowa
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jefferey Okudah CB Ohio State
  10. Cleveland Browns- Andrew Thomas OT Georgia
  11. New York Jets- CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
  12. Las Vegas Raiders- Isaiah Simmons LB Clemson
  13. Indianapolis Colts- Jordan Love QB Utah State
  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- K’Lavon CHaisson EDGE LSU
  15. Denver Broncos- Austin Jackson OT USC
  16. Atlanta Falcons- Kristian Fulton CB LSU
  17. Dallas Cowboys- Xavier McKinney S Alabama
  18. Miami Dolphins- Mekhi Becton OT Louisville
  19. Las Vegas Raiders- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars- Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama
  21. Philadelphia Eagles- Jordan Jefferson WR LSU
  22. Buffalo Bills- Laviska Shenault WR Colorado
  23. New England Patriots- Tee Higgins WR Clemson
  24. New Orleans Saints- Tyler Biadasz OL Wisconsin
  25. Minnesota Vikings- Trevon Diggs CB Alabama
  26. Miami Dolphins- Yetur Gross-Matos EDGE Penn State
  27. Seattle Seahawks- Nick Harris C Washington
  28. Baltimore Ravens- KJ Hamler WR Penn State
  29. Tennessee Titans- Jacob Eason QB Washington
  30. Green Bay Packers- Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue
  31. Kansas City Chiefs- Deandre Swift RB Georgia
  32. San Francisco 49ers- Bryce Hall CB Virginia

Round 2

  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Patrick Queen LB LSU
  2. Indianapolis Colts- Neville Gallimore DL Oklahoma
  3. Detroit Lions- AJ Terrell CB Clemson
  4. New York Giants- Brandon Aiyuk WR Arizona State
  5. Los Angeles Chargers- Jake Fromm QB Georgia
  6. Carolina Panthers- Prince Tega Wanogho OT Auburn
  7. Miami Dolphins- Grant Delpit S LSU
  8. Arizona Cardinals- Raekwon Davis DL Alabama
  9. Cleveland Browns- Hunter Bryant TE Washington
  10. Jacksonville Jaguars- Thaddeus Moss TE LSU
  11. Chicago Bears- Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma
  12. Indianapolis Colts- Curtis Weaver EDGE Boise State
  13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Lucas Niang OT TCU
  14. Denver Broncos- Damon Arnette CB Ohio State
  15. Atlanta Falcons- Terrell Lewis EDGE Alabama
  16. New York Jets- Josh Jones OT Houston
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jeff Gladney CB TCU
  18. Chicago Bears- Lloyd Cushenberry III IOL LSU
  19. Dallas Cowboys- CJ Henderson CB Florida
  20. Los Angeles Rams- Zack Baun EDGE Wisconsin
  21. Philadelphia Eagles- Jaylon Johnson CB Utah
  22. Buffalo Bills- Ben Bredeson OG Michigan
  23. Atlanta Falcons- Justin Madubuike DL Texas A&M
  24. Miami Dolphins- Jalen Reagor WR TCU
  25. Houston Texans- Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin
  26. Minnesota Vikings- Trey Adams OT Washington
  27. Seattle Seahawks- Tyler Johnson WR Minnesota
  28. Baltimore Ravens- Jonathan Greenard EDGE Florida
  29. Tennessee Titans- Khaleed Kareem EDGE Notre Dame
  30. Green Bay Packers- Troy Dye LB Oregon
  31. Kansas City Chiefs- Denzel Mims WR Baylor
  32. Seattle Seahawks- Evan Weaver LB California

Division Spotlight: NFC South

Carolina Panthers

1st Round QB Justin Herbert,
2nd Round OT Prince Tega Wanogho

The Panther’s draft will largely hinge on the future of Cam Newton. It is widely expected that Newton is done in Carolina and Kyle Allen proved to be no more than a backup level player last year while Cam was injured. Finding their next franchise quarterback will be a huge priority and while Herbert has some flaws, most notably his decision making he has all the tools of a franchise quarterback. A continued upgrade to the offensive line is also necessary. With Greg Little set to man the left side Prince Tega Wanogho would form a solid tackle duo for the Panthers moving forward.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1st Round EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson
2nd Round OT Lucas Niang

Tampa Bay has a pretty solid roster but could stand to boost their pass rush. Chaisson is insanely talented possessing a excellent athleticism and a scary burst he is the kind of player that can be move allover a defensive front. While a bit inconsistent Chaisson has the ability to blossom into a perennial Pro Bowl pass rusher. Upgrading the offensive tackle position also is a priority. Donovan Smith has not lived up to his draft slot and if Jameis Winston is ever going to take the next step his protection and the team’s ability to run the ball must improve. Niang possesses a rare mix of length and athleticism that could allow him to become a very good player with some technique refinements.  

Atlanta Falcons

1st Round CB Kristian Fulton
2nd Round EDGE Terrell Lewis

The Falcon’s defense was pretty abysmal last season especially in their secondary. Desmond Trufant has been a solid player for the Falcons but cannot seem to stay healthy and outside of him Atlanta’s corners leave a lot to be desired. Kristian Fulton had some rough reps in the national championship game but that is far from the norm for him. Fulton possesses lockdown coverage skills and is one of the top man coverage corners in this class. Every year it seems the Falcons are in need of help along the defensive front. This year is not different. Vic Beasely is a pending free agent and has failed to produce with any amount of consistency. If he is let go finding a suitable rusher opposite Tak McKinley will be necessary. Terrell Lewis would likely be a top 20 player if not for an extensive injury history and could be a steal for the Falcons in the 2nd round.

New Orleans

1st Round iOL Tyler Biadasz

New Orleans has about as complete a roster as there is in the NFL. That said in their playoff loss to the Vikings the Saint’s interior offensive line really struggled. In this scenario the Saints address this issue by going with one of the best players available at his junction in Biadasz the center from Wisconsin. Battle tested with three years of starting experience for the Badgers, Biadasz is a mauler at center who could easily slot in at guard next to last year’s rookie standout center Erik McCoy.

Division Spotlight

3 Comments

  1. Jacob Eason seems to have become the Blake Bortles/Blaine Gabbert of this year’s draft. Suddenly all the draft sites have him ahead of Justin Herbert. There is no way Eason is a 1st Rd pick. Yes, he has a strong arm but his long ball accuracy is very bad and his game film is nothing special. Also there is no chance in hell Jalen Hurts goes any higher than the 4th or 5th Round. Likewise with Jordan Love. 60% college accuracy won’t translate well in the pros.

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