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2020 NFL Draft: Day 3 Mock Draft

by Raju Byfield | @FantasyContext | Featured Writer
Apr 25, 2020

Former Michigan wideout Donovan Peoples-Jones could hear his name called early on Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft

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An exciting first two days of the 2020 NFL Draft are in the books. When day three rolls around, teams often start to take a more strategic approach. While NFL teams may target the highest-rated players on their board through the first three rounds, chasing needs becomes more of a theme by round five. As we have all seen over the last two days, the NFL Draft remains as unpredictable as ever. With the final day of selections fast approaching, we will dive into a full day three mock draft. Let’s dig in.

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Round 4

4.01 (107) Cincinnati – Albert Okwuegbunam (TE – Missouri)
4.02 (108) Washington – Hunter Bryant (TE – Colorado)
4.03 (109) Detroit – Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR – Liberty)
4.04 (110) NY Giants – Leki Fotu (DT – Utah)
4.05 (111) Houston – Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR – Michigan)
4.06 (112) LA Chargers – Netane Muti (OL – Fresno State)
4.07 (113) Carolina – Bryce Hall (CB – Virginia)
4.08 (114) Arizona – DeeJay Dallas (RB – Miami)
4.09 (115) Cleveland – Bradlee Anae (Edge – Utah)
4.10 (116) Jacksonville – Amik Robertson (CB – Louisiana Tech)
4.11 (117) Minnesota – James Proche (WR – SMU)
4.12 (118) Denver – K’Von Wallace (S – Clemson)
4.13 (119) Atlanta – Tyler Johnson (WR – Minnesota)
4.14 (120) NY Jets – Isaiah Hodgins (WR – Oregon State)
4.15 (121) Las Vegas – L’Jarius Sneed (CB – Louisiana Tech)
4.16 (122) Indianapolis – Saahdiq Charles (OL – LSU)
4.17 (123) Dallas – Harrison Bryant (TE – Florida Atlantic)
4.18 (124) Pittsburgh – Michael Warren (RB – Cincinnati)
4.19 (125) NY Jets – Prince Tega Wanogho (OL – Auburn)
4.20 (126) LA Rams – John Simpson (OL – Clemson)
4.21 (127) Philadelphia – Curtis Weaver (Edge – Boise State)
4.22 (128) Buffalo – Akeem Davis-Gaither (LB – Appalachian State)
4.23 (129) NY Jets – Quintez Cephus (WR – Wisconsin)
4.24 (130) Minnesota – Essang Bassey (CB – Wake Forest)
4.25 (131) Arizona – Tyler Biadasz (OL – Wisconsin)
4.26 (132) Minnesota – Ben Bartch (St. Johns)
4.27 (133) Seattle – Rashard Lawrence (DT – LSU)
4.28 (134) Baltimore – John Hightower (WR – Boise State)
4.29 (135) Pittsburgh – Eno Benjamin (RB – Arizona State)
4.30 (136) Miami – Reggie Corbin (RB – Illinois)
4.31 (137) Jacksonville – Michael Onwenu (OL – Michigan)
4.32 (138) Kansas City – Kenny Willekes (Edge – Michigan State)
4.33 (139) Las Vegas – Trey Adams (OL – Washington)
4.34 (140) Jacksonville – Evan Weaver (LB – California)
4.35 (141) Miami – Thaddeus Moss (TE – LSU)
4.36 (142) Washington – K.J. Hill (WR – Ohio State)
4.37 (143) Atlanta – Troy Dye (LB – Oregon)
4.38 (144) Seattle – Alex Taylor (OL – South Carolina State)
4.39 (145) Philadelphia – Joshua Kelly (RB – UCLA)
4.40 (146) Philadelphia – Jeff Thomas (WR – Miami)

Round 5

5.01 (147) Cincinnati – Calvin Throckmorton (OL – Oregon)
5.02 (148) Carolina – Brycen Hopkins (TE – Purdue)
5.03 (149) Detroit – Josiah Scott (CB – Michigan State)
5.04 (150) NY Giants – Anthony McFarland (RB – Maryland)
5.05 (151) LA Chargers – Troy Pride (CB – Notre Dame)
5.06 (152) Carolina – James Lynch (DL – Baylor)
5.07 (153) Miami – Alton Robinson (DL – Syracuse)
5.09 (154) Miami – Omar Bayless (WR – Arkansas)
5.10 (155) Buffalo – Kenny Robinson (S – West Virginia)
5.11 (156) San Francisco – Khalid Kareem (Edge – Notre Dame)
5.12 (157) Baltimore – Geno Stone (S – Iowa)
5.13 (158) NY Jets – Javaris Davis (CB – Auburn)
5.14 (159) New England – Anthony Gordon (QB – Washington State)
5.15 (160) Cleveland – Kalija Lipscomb (WR – Vanderbilt)
5.16 (161) Tampa Bay – Logan Stenberg (OL – Kentucky)
5.17 (162) Washington – Trishton Jackson (WR – Syracuse)
5.18 (163) Chicago – Gabriel Davis (WR – UCF)
5.19 (164) Dallas – Reggie Robinson (CB – Tulsa)
5.20 (165) Jacksonville – Lamical Perine (RB – Florida)
5.21 (166) Detroit – Javelin Guidry (CB – Utah)
5.22 (167) Minnesota – Trevis Gipson (Edge – Tulsa)
5.23 (168) Philadelphia – Collin Johnson (WR – Texas)
5.24 (169) Minnesota – Markus Bailey (LB – Purdue)
5.25 (170) Jacksonville – Carter Coughlin (LB – Minnesota)
5.26 (171) Houston – Colby Parkinson (TE – Stanford)
5.27 (172) Las Vegas – Darnay Holmes (CB – UCLA)
5.28 (173) Miami – Rico Dowdle (RB – South Carolina)
5.29 (174) Tennessee – Larrell Murchinson (NC State)
5.30 (175) Green Bay – Kendrick Rodgers (WR – Texas A&M)
5.31 (176) Minnesota – Lamar Jackson (CB – Nebraska)
5.32 (177) Kansas City – Robert Windsor (DL – Penn State)
5.33 (178) Denver – Harrison Hand (CB – Temple)
5.34 (179) Dallas – Jake Fromm (QB – Georgia)

Round 6

6.01 (180) Cincinnati – Ben Bredeson (OL – Michigan)
6.02 (181) Denver – Hakeem Adenji (OL – Kentucky)
6.03 (182) Detroit – Jauan Jennings (WR – Tennessee)
6.04 (183) NY Giants – Casey Toohill (Edge – Stanford)
6.05 (184) Carolina – James Morgan (QB – Florida International)
6.06 (185) Miami – Terence Steele (OL – Texas Tech)
6.07 (186) LA Chargers – Darius Anderson (RB – TCU)
6.08 (187) Cleveland – Khalil Davis (DL – Nebraska)
6.09 (188) Buffalo – Quartney Davis (Texas A&M)
6.10 (189) Jacksonville – Jared Pinkney (TE – Vanderbilt)
6.11 (190) Philadelphia – Keith Ismael (OL – San Diego State)
6.12 (191) NY Jets – Quez Watkins (WR – Southern Mississippi)
6.13 (192) Green Bay – Joe Reed (WR – Virginia)
6.14 (193) Indianapolis – David Woodward (Utah State)
6.15 (194) Tampa Bay – Kindle Vildor (CB – Georgia Southern)
6.16 (195) New England – Mykal Walker (LB – Fresno State)
6.17 (196) Chicago – Salvon Ahmed (RB – Washington)
6.18 (197) Indianapolis – Dallas Warmack (OL – Oregon)
6.19 (198) Pittsburgh – LaVante Bellamy – (RB – WMU)
6.20 (199) LA Rams – A.J. Green (CB – Oklahoma State)
6.21 (200) Chicago – Jason Strowbridge (Edge – North Carolina)
6.22 (201) Buffalo – Cameron Brown (LB – Penn State)
6.23 (202) Arizona – J.J. Taylor (RB – Arizona)
6.24 (203) Minnesota – Stephen Guidry (WR – Mississippi State)
6.25 (204) New England – Justin Strnad (LB – Wake Forest)
6.26 (205) Minnesota – Derek Tuszka (Edge – North Dakota)
6.27 (206) Jacksonville – Shane Lemieux (OL – Oregon)
6.28 (207) Minnesota – Colton McKivitz (OL – West Virginia)
6.29 (208) Green Bay – Charlie Heck (OL – North Carolina)
6.30 (209) Green Bay – Raequan Williams (DL – Michigan State)
6.31 (210) San Francisco – J.R. Reed (S – Georgia)
6.32 (211) NY Jets – Pete Guerriero (RB – Monmouth)
6.33 (212)* New England – Jonathan Garvin (DL – Miami)
6.34 (213)* New England – Darryl Williams (OL – Mississippi State)
6.35 (214)* Seattle – Grayland Arnold (CB – Baylor)

Round Seven

7.01 (215) Cincinnati – Qaadir Sheppard (DL – Mississippi)
7.02 (216) Washington – Daniel Thomas (S – Auburn)
7.03 (217) San Francisco – Malcolm Roach (DL – Texas)
7.04 (218) NY Giants – Benito Jones (DL – Mississippi)
7.05 (219) Minnesota – D.J. Wonnum (DL – South Carolina)
7.06 (220) LA Chargers – Kevin Dotson (OL – Louisiana-Lafayette)
7.07 (221) Carolina – Steven Montez (QB – Colorado)
7.08 (222) Arizona – Shaquille Quarterman (LB – Miami)
7.09 (223) Jacksonville – James Smith-Williams (DL – NC State)
7.10 (224) Tennessee – JaMycal Hasty (RB – Baylor)
7.11 (225) Baltimore – Parnell Motley (CB – Oklahoma)
7.12 (226) Chicago – Clay Johnston (LB – Baylor)
7.13 (227) Miami – Alohi Gilman (S – Notre Dame)
7.14 (228) Atlanta – DeShawn McLease (RB – Virginia Tech)
7.15 (229) Washington – Shaun Bradley (LB – Temple)
7.16 (230) New England – Dane Jackson (CB – Pittsburgh)
7.17 (231) Dallas – Stephen Sullivan (TE – LSU)
7.18 (232) Pittsburgh – Jacob Eason (QB – Washington)
7.19 (233) Chicago – Yasir Durant (OL – Missouri)
7.20 (234) LA Rams – Nick Harris (OL – Washington)
7.21 (235) Detroit – Cole McDonald (QB – Hawaii)
7.22 (236) Green Bay – Darrion Daniels (DL – Nebraska)
7.23 (237) Tennessee – Josh Metellus (S – Michigan)
7.24 (238) NY Giants – Danny Pinter (OL – Ball State)
7.25 (239) Buffalo – Shyheim Carter (CB – Alabama)
7.26 (240) Houston – Kamren Curl (CB – Nebraska)
7.27 (241) New England – Cameron Clark (OL – UNC Charlotte)
7.28 (242) Green Bay – Justin Herron (OL – Wake Forest)
7.29 (243) Tennessee – Josiah Coatney (DL – Mississippi State)
7.30 (244) Minnesota – Michael Pinckney (LB – Miami)
7.31 (245) Tampa Bay – Isaiah Coulter (WR – Rhode Island)
7.32 (246) Miami – Lavert Hill (CB – Michigan)
7.33 (247)* NY Giants – Khaleke Hudson (LB/S – Michigan)
7.34 (248)* Houston – Stantley Thomas-Oliver (CB – Florida International)
7.35 (249)* Minnesota – Chauncey Rivers (DL – Mississippi State)
7.36 (250)* Houston – Solomon Kindley (OL – Georgia)
7.37 (251)* Miami – Jared Hilbers (OL – Washington)
7.38 (252)* Denver – Bryce Perkins (QB – Virginia)
7.39 (253)* Minnesota – Aaron Fuller (WR – Washington)
7.40 (254)* Denver – Cody White (WR – Michigan State)
7.41 (255)* NY Giants – Azur Kamara (LB – Kansas)

As we can see from the day three picks mocked above, the picks after round four are more about addressing needs and/or depth than simply selecting the best player available. By the time the seventh round rolls around, the respective teams’ depth charts play a lower correlative factor in determining which way a team leans with their picks. At that point in the draft, you are looking for developmental players who can (hopefully) become eventual starters. Day three is going to be filled with trades, so the draft positions mocked above will very likely change hands throughout the four rounds. Some teams, like Minnesota, simply have too many picks to fit on their roster and will be looking to either trade up or collect picks for the 2021 NFL Draft.

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