2020 NFL Mock Draft | Fredrickson

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

  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow QB, LSU
  2. Washington Redskins- Chase Young EDGE, Ohio State
  3. New York Giants- CeeDee Lamb WR, Olahoma
  4. Miami Dolphins- Tua Tagovailoa QB, Alabama
  5. New York Jets- Jerry Jeudy WR, Alabama
  6. Atlanta Falcons- AJ Epenesa EDGE, Iowa
  7. Cleveland Browns- Andrew Brown OT, Georgia
  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tristan Wirfs OT, Iowa
  9. Denver Broncos- Jeffery Okudah CB, Ohio State
  10. Arizona Cardinals- Alex Leatherwood OT, Alabama
  11. Detroit Lions- Isaiah Simmons LB, Clemson
  12. Los Angeles Chargers- Creed Humphrey C, Oklahoma
  13. Jacksonville Jaguars-  Kristian Fulton CB, LSU
  14. Oakland Raiders from Chicago- Derrick Brown DT, Auburn
  15. Tennessee Titans- Jacob Eason QB, Washington
  16. Philadelphia Eagles- Trevon Diggs CB, Alabama
  17. Oakland Raiders- Henry Ruggs III WR, Alabama
  18. Indianapolis Colts- Javon Kinlaw DT, South Carolina
  19. Carolina Panthers- Justin Herbert QB, Oregon
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars from LA Rams- Lavisak Shenault WR, Colorado
  21. Dallas Cowboys- Xavier McKinney S, Alabama
  22. Miami Dolphins from Pittsburgh- Jedrick Wills OT, Alabama
  23. Kansas City Chiefs- Bryce Hall CB, Virginia
  24. Minnesota Vikings- Grant Delpit S, LSU
  25. Buffalo Bills- Tee Higgins WR, Clemson
  26. Miami Dolphins from Houston- Terrell Lewis EDGE, Alabama
  27. New Orleans Saints- KJ Hamler WR, Penn State
  28. Seattle Seahawks- K’avon Chaisson EDGE, LSU
  29. Baltimore Ravens- Dylan Moses LB, Alabama
  30. Green Bay Packers- Tylan Wallace WR, Oklahoma State
  31. New England Patriots- Tyler Biadasz C, Wisconsin
  32. San Francisco 49ers- Jeff Gladney CB, TCU

Teams without a first round pick

Chicago Bears- Jake Fromm QB, Georgia

Pittsburgh Steelers- Devonta Smith WR, Alabama

Los Angeles Rams- Lucas Niang OT, TCU

Houston Texans- Trey Adama OT, Washington

Division Spotlight

AFC North

1. Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow QB, LSU

As the last remaining winless team in the NFL the Bengals find themselves in the “divers” seat for the number one overall pick. With Andy Dalton’s tenure all but over and 2019 fourth round pick Ryan Finley likely nothing more than a career backup it is becoming apparent that the Bengals will be taking a quarterback with the first overall pick. Enter the nations hottest college player, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow. Fresh off of a legendary performance against Alabama Burrow has continued his meteoric rise up draft boards thanks to his pinpoint accuracy, sneaky athleticism and his endearing moxy.

7. Cleveland Browns- Andrew Brown OT, Georgia

The Browns were a sleeper playoff team entering the season, loaded with offensive weapons and defensive playmakers it seemed that all they needed to take the next step was a competent offensive line. Instead their line play has been atrocious and the Browns are looking at drafting inside the top ten yet again. Their tackle play has failed to protect Baker Mayfield this season and adding the top o-line prospect in Andrew Brown would be a good first step in repairing a unit that has struggled since Joe Thomas’ retirement several seasons ago.

29. Baltimore Ravens- Dylan Moses LB, Alabama

With Lamar Jackson now fully entrenched as the face of the offense Baltimore could use a similar dynamic leader on the defensive side of the ball. The Ravens defense has been highlighted by studs at linebacker, from Ray Lewis and Bart Scott to CJ Moseley in the past. Dylan Moses has missed all of the 2019 season with a knee injury but should be ready to go by the start of next year’s NFL season. Watching him last year it was apparent that he was the best linebacker for Alabama despite playing with the likes of Mack Wilson, Terrell Lewis and Christian Miller. A starter as a true freshman Moses has excellent athleticism and is a sure tackler who should anchor an NFL defense for years to come.

R2. Pittsburgh Steelers- Devonta Smith WR, Alabama

The Steelers defense has kept the Steelers relevant despite injuries to Big Ben and the off season departures of Antonio Brown and LaVeon Bell. Regardless of who is the quarterback for Pittsburgh next season it is apparent that finding some more weapons for them has to be a priority. Smith entered the season as the fourth most recognizable Alabama wide receiver but has made himself known despite sharing targets with a three other 1st round talents. His route running and hands are among the best in this wide receiver class and he has homerun potential that would fit in nicely next to JuJu Smith-Shuster in Pittsburgh.

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1 Comment

  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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