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. Miami Dolphins:  Tua Tagovailoa QB, Alabama
  2. Washington Redskins:  Chase Young DE, Ohio State
  3. Denver Broncos:  Jeffery Okudah CB, Ohio State
  4. New York Jets:  Jerry Jeudy WR, Alabama
  5. Cincinnati Bengals:  Jacob Eason QB, Washington
  6. Miami Dolphins via Pittsburgh:  Andrew Thomas OT, Georgia
  7. Arizona Cardinals:  Tristan Wirfs OT, Iowa
  8. Atlanta Falcons:  Derrick Brown DL, Auburn
  9. Indianapolis Colts:  Javon Kinlaw DL, South Carolina
  10. Jacksonville Jaguars:  Tee Higgins WR, Clemson
  11. Baltimore Ravens:  Creed Humphrey C, Oklahoma
  12. New York Giants:  Henry Ruggs III WR, Alabama
  13. Los Angeles Chargers:  DeAndre Swift RB, Georgia
  14. Philadelphia Eagles:  Trevon Diggs CB, Alabama
  15. Tennessee Titans: AJ Espenesa EDGE, Iowa
  16. Carolina Panthers:  Grant Delpit S, LSU
  17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  Kristian Fulton CB, LSU
  18. Minnesota Vikings:  Justin Herbert QB, Oregon
  19. Detroit Lions:  Yetur Gross-Matos DE, Penn State
  20. Seattle Seahawks:  Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
  21. Cleveland Browns: Trey Smith OT, Tennessee
  22. Oakland Raiders:  CeeDee Lamb WR, Oklahoma
  23. Dallas Cowboys: Bryce Hall CB, Virginia
  24. Green Bay Packers:  Laviska Shenault WR, Colorado
  25. Miami Dolphins via Houston:  Tyler Biadasz C, Wisconsin
  26. Buffalo Bills:  Bryan Edwards WR, South Carolina
  27. Los Angeles Rams:  CJ Henderson CB, Florida
  28. Oakland Raiders via Chi:  Isaiah Simmons S/LB. Clemson
  29. New Orleans Saints:  Jalen Reagor WR, TCU
  30. New England Patriots:  Jalen Hurts QB, Oklahoma
  31. San Francisco 49ers:  Jonathan Taylor RB, Wisconsin
  32. Kansas City Chiefs:  Marco Wilson CB, Florida

Notable Picks

#1. Miami Dolphins- Tua Tagovailoa QB, Alabama

 At this time Miami and Cincinnati seem to be in a race for the first overall spot in the 2020 NFL draft. Regardless of who ends up picking first it will likely be a quarterback and at this point it looks like it will be Tua Tagovailoa. Despite trading for Josh Rosen this last off-season unless the Fins see something really impressive from Rosen moving on from him next years seems like a given. Tagovailoa has played at a prolific rate throughout his career at Alabama and loos the part of a franchise quarterback in the NFL.

#4. New York Jets- Jerry Jeudy WR, Alabama

The Jets hope that Sam Darnold will develop into the franchise quarterback that the team has lacked for years now. Darnold is talented but lacks weapons around him. Jerry Jeudy seems to be the consensus top wide receiver in this draft class an has top five talent. He has demonstrated his ability to run a complete route tree and really excels after the catch. The Odell Beckham Jr comparisons are warranted and Jeudy would be welcomed by Darnold with open arms.

#26. Buffalo Bills- Bryan Edwards WR, South Carolina

The Bills quietly have built a pretty strong roster around quarterback Josh Allen. They have a young running back in Devin Singletary, an improve offensive line and a strong defense. While they have some nice pass catchers on the roster they could stand to add another talented receiver to the mix. Edwards is a versatile receiver able to line up inside and outside and run pretty much any route. Injuries have held him back some but Edwards is exactly the kind of playmaker the Bills are lacking.

#30. New England Patriots:  Jalen Hurts QB, Oklahoma

We see picks like this every year, the Patriots grab the new successor to Tom Brady. Whether anyone wants to admit it or not Brady is getting to the end of his career and while they drafted Jarrett Stidham last year this draft class offers much better options for the future. Jalen Hurts has increased his draft stock more than anyone in the nation with his play this year. The big plays are still there in the running game but his accuracy and reads in the passing game have improved drastically. His strong arm, athleticism and football character are going to make him hard to ignore come draft time and make him a great fit for the Patriots where he can sit and learn behind Bray before taking over.

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