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Kyle Yates’ 2020 NFL Mock Draft (3.0)

Kyle Yates’ 2020 NFL Mock Draft (3.0)

Do you remember going grocery shopping with your family growing up and walking down the cereal aisle? Right at eye level for kids are the boxes that contain more sugar than should be legal to consume, but the outside packaging is what had us truly excited.

If you remember, a lot of these cereal boxes would show a magnified version of a toy that was buried beneath all the sugar. As a kid, this was suddenly an item you could no longer live without and it was something that you needed. If you were lucky enough to bring one of those boxes home, the first thing you did was open the box, tear apart the packaging, and begin rummaging around for this buried treasure beneath all the sugar. (Have I mentioned how much sugar is in cereal?)

The chances of opening the packaging and finding the toy sitting right on top of all the cereal is slim to none. You have to dig and search for the prize, but the satisfaction of finding it is so sweet.

Being a NFL GM is a lot like searching for a toy amidst the cereal. For these GMs, they are on a search to find a prize. The NFL Draft is a process of digging and digging until you find what you’re looking for and craving. For some teams, the payoff is immediate and they have a player who can contribute to their team right away and for years down the road. Other teams search and search, but find out that their box was neglected and didn’t get a toy added to it. (We call these a bust)

The NFL Draft is not an exact science. If you’ve followed it for any length of time, you know that this is the case. Mock Drafts at this time of year are never going to be exact either, but they’re extremely beneficial to learn these prospects and take a look into the possible thought processes for these NFL teams.

With that being said, it’s time to tear open the packaging and attempt to find our prize at the bottom of the box. Will your team walk away with the coveted prize?

Round One

1. Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Burrow (QB – LSU)
There are very few sure things when it comes to the NFL. Joe Burrow going No. 1 overall to the Bengals seems about as sure of a thing as it gets…

2. Washington Redskins – Chase Young (EDGE – Ohio State)
Chase Young is a dominant presence on that defensive line and Ron Rivera is going to love plugging him into a defensive line that already features players like Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne, Matt Ionnaidis, and Montez Sweat.

3. Detroit Lions – Jeff Okudah (CB – Ohio State)
The Detroit Lions traded away Darius Slay, which creates a huge need at corner. No. 3 overall seems high for a DB, but Okudah’s as polished of a prospect at the position as you’re going to find. Desmond Trufant will slide in as the CB2 and give this team a respectable secondary.

4. New York Giants – Tristan Wirfs (OT – Iowa)
Tristan Wirfs put on a show at the Combine, but he’s more than just a freak athlete. He can play all over that OL and Dave Gettleman will absolutely love bringing him into this offense to protect Daniel Jones.

5. Miami Dolphins – Tua Tagovailoa (QB – Alabama)
In my most recent mock draft, I mentioned that I believed the Dolphins would be taking this rebuild slowly and wouldn’t address the QB position in the 2020 NFL Draft. Well, looks like I was wrong, because they have made major moves in free agency. With Tom Brady out of New England, they recognize that they finally have a shot to win the AFC East. Ryan Fitzpatrick can start for a year if Tua still isn’t cleared medically, but as of right now, everything appears to be on track for him to play week one of the 2020 NFL season.

6. Los Angeles Chargers – Justin Herbert (QB – Oregon)
The Chargers chose to bypass QB options like Cam Newton and Jameis Winston, who are still free agents, and will look to the draft to solve their QB need. Tyrod Taylor‘s a good bridge QB, but they need to have someone there who can help bring people into that stadium. Justin Herbert signifies a “turning of the page” for the Chargers franchise after moving on from Philip Rivers.

7. Carolina Panthers – Isaiah Simmons (LB – Clemson)
The Carolina Panthers have needs everywhere on defense, but the biggest hole is at middle linebacker with the retirement of Luke Keuchly. Simmons won’t be able to step right in and completely fill the shoes of one of the best linebackers to play the game, but he’s a damn good starting point.

8. Arizona Cardinals – Jedrick Wills (OT – Alabama)
The Cardinals absolutely stole Deandre Hopkins from Houston, which should remove any talk of them going WR with this pick. Instead, they address a major need at OT with one of the best players at the position. Jedrick Wills is a brick wall and would be a perfect addition to help protect Kyler Murray.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars – Derrick Brown (iDL – Auburn)
The Jaguars suddenly have a huge need on their DL after trading away Calais Campbell. A perfect way to replace him is to bring in the dynamic DL prospect from Auburn: Derrick Brown. Brown’s a beast in the run game, but also brings upside in the pass rush game. He’d be a perfect building block as Jacksonville works to rebuild this team on the fly.

10. Cleveland Browns – Kenneth Murray (LB – Oklahoma)
The Browns signed Jack Conklin, but still have a need at LT. However, they may have an even bigger need to fill at iLB. The talent of this LB class falls off after the first three names, but this OT class is fairly deep. The Browns roll the dice on addressing LT in the 2nd round and grab an instant impact player here in Kenneth Murray.

11. New York Jets – Mekhi Becton (OT – Louisville)
The Jets are extremely happy with the way this board fell as they now have Mekhi Becton to add to their OL. Becton’s a mammoth of a human being, but he’s also a great tackle prospect. The Jets have needs all over that OL and Becton’s a great way to start addressing it.

12. Las Vegas Raiers – CeeDee Lamb (WR – Oklahoma)
The Raiders went into free agency needing help at the linebacker spot, but they did a great job addressing that with Nick Kwiatkoski and Cory Littleton. WR is by far their biggest need now and they grab the talented WR out of Oklahoma to pair with Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow.

13. San Francisco 49ers – Jerry Jeudy (WR – Alabama)
The 49ers made a big trade to come up to No. 13 overall and I believe it was for a WR. Jerry Jeudy in Kyle Shanahan’s scheme makes too much sense and would be a lot of fun to watch.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Andrew Thomas (OT – Georgia)
The Tom Brady Buccaneers need help on the offensive line and Andrew Thomas is a great addition to that unit. He’s as solid as they come and the Bucs need to address that line now that they have Brady behind center.

15. Denver Broncos – Henry Ruggs III (WR – Alabama)
The Broncos added Melvin Gordon in free agency to go along with their other great receiving options, but they need to go all in with Drew Lock here and surround him with a top-tier supporting cast. Ruggs brings that element to this offense and would be a ton of fun to watch with Lock.

16. Atlanta Falcons – CJ Henderson (CB – Florida)
The Falcons currently have Isaiah Oliver, Kendall Sheffield, and Blidi Wreh-Wilson as the CBs on their roster. They have to address this position and they get an extremely talented player out of Florida here in CJ Henderson. He’d slide right in to that defense and make an immediate impact.

17. Dallas Cowboys – K’Lavon Chaisson (EDGE – LSU)
The Dallas Cowboys lost Robert Quinn in free agency, who was quietly very good for them last season. They replace him with a versatile option here in K’Lavon Chaisson out of LSU. Chaisson brings a speed rush presence opposite of Demarcus Lawrence, but then also has the ability to drop into coverage or be a presence in the run game.

18. Miami Dolphins – Javon Kinlaw (iDL – South Carolina)
The Miami Dolphins are going into this draft with a Best Player Available approach, which lands them Javon Kinlaw to pair alongside Christian Wilkins. Kinlaw’s a wrecking ball up front and would bring this defense some attitude right out of the gates.

19. Las Vegas Raiders – Kristian Fulton (CB – LSU)
The Las Vegas Raiders took CeeDee Lamb with their first pick to address their need at WR and double back here with Kristian Fulton to address their need at CB. Fulton has the makings of a lockdown corner and is the definition of what Mike Mayock wants in a football player.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jeff Gladney (CB – TCU)
The Jaguars took Derrick Brown to address their iDL need earlier and they now grab a smooth CB prospect in Jeff Gladney. The Jaguars desperately need to add someone at the CB position and Gladney’s a great option here.

21. Philadelphia Eagles – Grant Delpit (Safety – LSU)
The Eagles need WR depth, but it’s hard to see them moving on from Alshon Jeffery with his cap hit. They need CB talent, but they’re signing so many players to come in and compete for those jobs in free agency. Malcolm Jenkins‘ departure is a big one for this team and Grant Delpit would step right into that role. He’s best around the line of scrimmage and would be a tone setter on the back end once he’s fully healthy.

22. Minnesota Vikings – Justin Jefferson (WR – LSU)
The Minnesota Vikings trade away Stefon Diggs and replace him here with Justin Jefferson out of LSU. Jefferson’s not the type of route-runner that Diggs is, but he’s the next tier down. Jefferson’s a separation artist and would fit this Vikings offense perfectly.

23. New England Patriots – Cesar Ruiz (iOL – Michigan)
The New England Patriots are moving forward with Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham at QB, so it’s highly unlikely they address the position all the way here at No. 23 overall. Instead, they address one of their many other needs and take Cesar Ruiz out of Michigan to help shore up that interior offensive line.

24. New Orleans Saints – Patrick Queen (LB – LSU)
The Saints are moving forward with Drew Brees and are going to be making a push, yet again, for the Super Bowl this season. The Saints have other options on the roster at linebacker, but Patrick Queen might be an immediate upgrade over everyone not named Demario Davis.

25. Minnesota Vikings – A.J. Epenesa (EDGE – Iowa)
The Vikings just lost Linval Joseph and Everson Griffen up front on their defensive line. They replaced Joseph with Michael Pierce, which is a great signing, but they need to add a pass rush presence on the edge opposite of Danielle Hunter. Griffen and A.J. Epenesa are eerily similar in size and Epenesa might even possess more raw power to his game. Inserting Epenesa into this defense would be a ton of fun.

26. Miami Dolphins – Josh Jones (OT – Houston)
The Dolphins continue their BPA approach here and grab the athletic OT prospect out of Houston, Josh Jones. Jones is a bit raw still, but his ceiling is enormous. The Dolphins need help on the edges of that OL and Jones would be an immediate upgrade over the players that they have on the roster.

27. Seattle Seahawks – Yetur Gross-Matos (EDGE – Penn State)
The Seahawks might lose Jadaveon Clowney in free agency, but even if they don’t, Gross-Matos would be a perfect addition to this defense. He’s a “bull in a china shop” type of player and having him and Clowney as your bookends would be a terror for opposing offenses.

28. Baltimore Ravens – Zack Baun (EDGE – Wisconsin)
The Ravens need linebacker help, but the main three options are off the board. Instead, they snag the versatile EDGE player here out of Wisconsin, Zack Baun. Baun possesses the ability to rush the passer, but he can also drop back into coverage very well. The Ravens would love to get their hands on Baun at this point of the draft.

29. Tennessee Titans – Lucas Niang (OT – TCU)
The Titans lost Jack Conklin in free agency, but draft his replacement here in Lucas Niang. Niang’s a mauler in the run game and would help continue that attitude that the Titans have been building for the past few years on offense.

30. Green Bay Packers – Neville Gallimore (iDL – Oklahoma)
The Packers need WR help, but signing Devin Funchess puts a wrench in the plans here for drafting one in the first round. All of the options on the table right now play that same role and the other WRs would be considered too far of a reach. Instead, the Packers continue addressing their defense with the smooth and quick DL prospect out of Oklahoma, Neville Gallimore.

31. San Francisco 49ers – Trevon Diggs (CB – Alabama)
The 49ers are most likely going to trade out of this pick, but in this mock draft they’re going to select the talented CB prospect out of Alabama, Trevon Diggs. Diggs is a ball hawking corner with great length and would be a perfect fit into this defense if they do stay here at No. 31 overall.

32. Kansas City Chiefs – Noah Igbinoghene (CB – Auburn)
The Chiefs have a huge need at corner and they swing for the fences here with the raw, but talented, corner out of Auburn. Ibinoghene shows the makings of a lockdown corner in the NFL and would fill a major void for this team right away.

Round Two

33. Cincinnati Bengals – Austin Jackson (OT – USC)
The Bengals moved on from Cordy Glenn, which allows them to draft his replacement here in Austin Jackson. This allows Jonah Williams to slide back over to right tackle, which he played at for a while in college.

34. Indianapolis Colts – Denzel Mims (WR – Baylor)
The Colts signed Philip Rivers and they need to surround him with weapons. Mims has aced this pre-draft process and would be a perfect compliment to T.Y Hilton and Parris Campbell.

35. Detroit Lions – Jonathan Taylor (RB – Wisconsin)
Kerryon Johnson‘s talented, but he hasn’t been able to stay on the field. The Lions need to win games this year to save their jobs and they can rely on JT to help them do just that.

36. New York Giants – Antoine Winfield Jr. (Safety – Minnesota)
The Giants still have a need at linebacker, but the other options aren’t worth taking here. Instead, they add the playmaking safety out of Minnesota, Antoine Winfield Jr.

37. Los Angeles Chargers – Lloyd Cushenberry III (iOL – LSU)
The Chargers need help on the OL. After drafting Justin Herbert, they need to do their best to protect him. Based on reports, it sounds like the Chargers are keen on giving Trey Pipkins a shot at the starting LT job and they signed Bryan Bulaga in free agency. They address the interior here with a solid prospect out of LSU.

38. Carolina Panthers – Justin Madubuike (iDL – Texas A&M)
The Panthers need iDL help after letting Dontari Poe and Gerald McCoy go. Madubuike’s just scratching the surface of his potential and he’s already a damn good prospect.

39. Miami Dolphins – Jonah Jackson (iOL – Ohio State)
The Dolphins signed Ereck Flowers and Ted Karras in free agency, but they still need someone else on the interior of that OL. Jonah Jackson may just be the best pass blocking guard in this draft.

40. Houston Texans – Terrell Lewis (EDGE – Alabama)
The Texans are…well, I don’t know what they’re doing. But they need EDGE help and Terrell Lewis is worth the gamble here. If it wasn’t for his injury history, we would be talking about him much earlier than No. 40 overall.

41. Cleveland Browns – Ezra Cleveland (OT – Boise State)
The Browns took Kenneth Murray in the first and double back here with a fast riser throughout this process, Ezra Cleveland. The Browns now have the line to protect Baker Mayfield and make sure that he stays upright in 2020 and beyond.

42. Jacksonville Jaguars – Tee Higgins (WR – Clemson)
The Jaguars still have needs all over the defense, but they’re going all in with Gardner Minshew and they need to give him the best weapons that they can. An offense that has D.J. Chark, Dede Westbrook, and Tee Higgins at WR is extremely dangerous.

43. Chicago Bears – Jalen Reagor (WR – TCU)
The Bears are going all in this offseason. If they don’t win this next year, Ryan Pace is out of a job. They have a huge opening at WR on this offense when it comes to speed and creating after the catch. Jalen Reagor solves that immediately. He’s a playmaker and brings an element of speed and explosiveness that this offense just doesn’t have currently.

44. Indianapolis Colts – Jeremy Chinn (Safety – Southern Illinois)
The Colts are going to look at Jeremy Chinn’s tape and his Combine metrics and absolutely fall in love with this guy. A back-end duo of Chinn, Malik Hooker, and Khari Willis would be dangerous.

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – D’Andre Swift (RB – Georgia)
Thanks to the depth of this class, a talented RB drops down the board here for the Bucs. Swift is an overall complete back and would bring an upgrade over Ronald Jones in every category. The Bucs are in win now mode with Tom Brady, so they need to make sure they don’t have any question marks on that roster going into next year.

46. Denver Broncos – A.J. Terrell (CB – Clemson)
The Broncos addressed offense with their first round pick, so they double back here and fill a need vacated by Chris Harris leaving in free agency. Terrell, A.J. Boyue, and Bryce Callahan (if he can stay on the field) is a pretty good trio.

47. Atlanta Falcons – Raekwon Davis (iDL – Alabama)
The Atlanta Falcons still have needs all over their defense and address it with one of the highest upside players in this class. Raekwon Davis is a monster of a human being and shows all the traits to be a dynamic interior defensive lineman, but he never seemed to put it all together at Alabama. Even if he doesn’t pan out at the next level as a top-tier pass rusher from the interior, he’s still a dynamic force against the run.

48. New York Jets – Michael Pittman Jr. (WR – USC)
The Jets desperately need WR help as their starting options are currently Jamison Crowder, Quincy Enunwa, Josh Doctson, and Breshad Perriman. Pittman is a star WR in the making and is flying under the radar in this class. It’s an added benefit that he gets to reunite with his old college QB…

49. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jordan Love (QB – Utah State)
The Steelers saw Big Ben go down with an injury early last season and the rotation of backup QBs begin. Mason Rudolph showed that he isn’t the long-term answer, while Devlin Hodges is nothing more than a backup. Roethlisberger is now 38 years old and the Steelers need a long-term answer. Jordan Love is a project at the next level, so he’d be best served to sit a year under Ben before taking over a year down the road.

50. Chicago Bears – Matt Hennessy (iOL – Temple)
The Bears need iOL help and Hennessy’s a great option at this point of the draft. He played center in college, as did James Daniels and Cody Whitehair, but they can work around the configuration until they can put the best starting five out there on the field.

51. Dallas Cowboys – Xavier McKinney (Safety – Alabama)
This is a bit of a slide for Xavier McKinney, but with the inability to workout at pro days, we’re left with inadequate testing numbers to validate McKinney as a first round prospect. The Cowboys address a huge need on their team here with a great player, but the low testing numbers are likely to have his stock fall slightly.

52. Los Angeles Rams – Josh Uche (EDGE – Michigan)
The Rams just moved on from Clay Matthews and replace him with another versatile option on the edge. Uche can rush the passer, but also possesses the ability to drop back into coverage. The Rams desperately need pass rush and Uche’s the best option here on the board.

53. Philadelphia Eagles – KJ Hamler (WR – Penn State)
The Eagles bypassed WR in both free agency and the first round, but address it with an amazing player here in KJ Hamler. Hamler’s electric with the ball in his hands and would slot right into the slot role just vacated by Nelson Agholor.

54. Buffalo Bills – J.K. Dobbins (RB – Ohio State)
When looking at the Bills roster, there aren’t many obvious needs. This is a complete team, but they need a RB that can handle a significant workload. Devin Singletary‘s a great player, but he’s never going to be a 250-carry type of running back at his size. Dobbins is an upgrade and would be a perfect compliment to Singletary as the Bills quietly build a very good offense.

55. Baltimore Ravens – Tyler Biadasz (iOL – Wisconsin)
Tyler Biadasz is a mauler in the run game. The Ravens just lost Marshall Yanda to retirement. This is an easy fit.

56. Miami Dolphins – Isaiah Wilson (OT – Georgia)
The Dolphins snagged Josh Jones to be their LT of the future and now grab Isaiah Wilson to shore up the right side of the line. Wilson is a mover of people in the run game, but also possesses upside as a pass blocker. He’d fit in perfectly as the RT here in Miami.

57. Houston Texans – Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR – Michigan)
The Houston Texans shipped off Hopkins and now have a massive void at the receiver position, specifically on the outside. Peoples-Jones is a bit of a projection at the next level, but his top-tier athleticism makes him worth the selection here.

58. Minnesota Vikings – Matt Peart (OT – UConn)
The Vikings have made significant strides over the past few seasons to fix their offensive line. They continue those efforts here with the OT out of UConn, Matt Peart. I like Peart’s game a lot more than most, but he’s still a bit raw as a tackle prospect. If it doesn’t work out there, he can kick inside and be a top level guard.

59. Seattle Seahawks – Nick Harris (iOL – Washington)
The Seahawks addressed EDGE earlier and now look to shore up their offensive line. Nick Harris is a smooth mover, but a little bit undersized for the position. Either way, he’s a damn good football player and is worth the selection at the back end of the 2nd round.

60. Baltimore Ravens – Malik Harrison (LB – Ohio State)
The Ravens snagged Zack Baun in round one and double down at the linebacker spot with Malik Harrison. Harrison fits the attitude of this Ravens team and would bring a presence in the run game. A huge hole in their defense gets addressed with two quality players.

61. Tennessee Titans – Ross Blacklock (iDL – TCU)
The Titans shipped off Jurrell Casey and now need to replace him on the interior of their defensive line. Blacklock could step right in and be a contributor from day one.

62. Green Bay Packers – Laviska Shenault Jr. (WR – Colorado)
For the Packers, they need to get away from their prototypical selections at the WR position. Shenault certainly brings something different to the table and would be able to play all over that offense. He’d go much higher than this, but he does have some legitimate injury concerns that push him down the board a bit.

63. Kansas City Chiefs – John Simpson (iOL – Clemson)
The Chiefs addressed their biggest need in round one and are happy to scoop up John Simpson here in round two. They’re not the flashiest or sexiest picks, but the Chiefs need good quality iOL play to protect Patrick Mahomes.

64. Seattle Seahawks – Prince Tega-Wanogho (OT – Auburn)
The Seahawks are back on the clock and continue to address their offensive line with Prince Tega-Wanogho out of Auburn. He’s still raw, but shows flashes of being a great OT in the NFL.

Round Three

65. Cincinnati Bengals – Jonathan Greenard (EDGE – Florida)

66. Washington Redskins – Chase Claypool (WR – Notre Dame)

67. Detroit Lions – Marlon Davidson (iDL – Auburn)

68. New York Jets – Darrell Taylor (EDGE – Tennessee)

69. Carolina Panthers – Jaylon Johnson (CB – Utah)

70. Miami Dolphins – Cam Akers (RB – Florida State)

71. Los Angeles Chargers – Brandon Aiyuk (WR – Arizona State)

72. Arizona Cardinals – Julian Okwara (EDGE – Notre Dame)

73. Jacksonville Jaguars – Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB – LSU)

74. Cleveland Browns – Ashtyn Davis (Safety – Cal)

75. Indianapolis Colts – Jalen Hurts (QB – Oklahoma)

76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Kyle Dugger (Safety – Lenoir-Rhyne)

77. Denver Broncos – Robert Hunt (iOL – Louisiana)

78. Atlanta Falcons – Jordyn Brooks (LB – Texas Tech)

79. New York Jets – Damon Arnette (CB – Ohio State)

80. Las Vegas Raiders – Davon Hamilton (iDL – Ohio State)

81. Las Vegas Raiders – Willie Gay Jr. (LB – Mississippi State)

82. Dallas Cowboys – Cameron Dantzler (CB – Mississippi State)

83. Denver Broncos – Ben Bartch (OT – St. John’s)

84. Los Angeles Rams – Troy Dye (LB – Oregon)

85. Detroit Lions – Devin Duvernay (WR – Texas)

86. Buffalo Bills – Bryce Hall (CB – Virginia)

87. New England Patriots – Jake Fromm (QB – Georgia)

88. New Orleans Saints – Rashard Lawrence (iDL – LSU)

89. Minnesota Vikings – Troy Pride Jr. (CB – Notre Dame)

90. Houston Texans – Damien Lewis (iOL – LSU)

91. Las Vegas Raiders – Logan Stenberg (iOL – Kentucky)

92. Baltimore Ravens – Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR – Liberty)

93. Tennessee Titans – Cole Kmet (TE – Notre Dame)

94. Green Bay Packers – Brycen Hopkins (TE – Purdue)

95. Denver Broncos – Bradlee Anae (EDGE – Utah)

96. Kansas City Chiefs – Ke’Shawn Vaughn (RB – Vanderbilt)

97. Cleveland Browns – Van Jefferson (WR – Florida)

98. New England Patriots – Thaddeus Moss (TE – LSU)

99. New York Giants – Jabari Zuniga (EDGE – Florida)

100. New England Patriots – Leki Fotu (iDL – Utah)

101. Seattle Seahawks – A.J. Dillon (RB – Boston College)

102. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jordan Elliott (iDL – Missourri)

103. Philadelphia Eagles – Lamical Perine (RB – Florida)

104. Los Angeles Rams – Darnay Holmes (CB – UCLA)

105. Minnesota Vikings – Larrell Murchison (iDL – N.C. State)

106. Baltimore Ravens – Terrell Burgess (Safety – Utah)

Kyle Yates is a featured writer at FantasyPros. For more from Kyle, check out his archive and follow him @KyleYNFL.

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