Kyle Yates’ 2020 NFL Mock Draft 5.0
In the words of Michael Scott, “Oh my god. Okay. It’s happening! Everybody stay calm!”
(And yes, for our younger readers, I did choose to omit the latter part of that quote)
That’s right, the NFL Draft is tomorrow! In a time where the entire country needs hope, we’re about to see NFL teams select players that can change the entire fortune of their franchises. While we don’t know what this virtual draft is exactly going to look like, there should be more attention focused on it this year than ever before. With people desperate for live sports, this is going to be a huge event and we cannot wait for it.
This year brings even more spectacle and uncertainty to it with NFL front offices and facilities being closed. Teams have not been able to conduct medical checks on these players and may be more willing to play it safe and select a player that doesn’t come with extensive injury concerns. If that’s the case, we’re in for a wild ride over the next few days and it’s going to be must-see tv.
Each mock draft that I’ve put out has been an increase in rounds. This mock draft is going to be no exception, so buckle up and prepare for a 5-round mock draft on the eve of The 2020 NFL Draft.
(All trades were calculated using The Draft Network’s Mock Draft Simulator)
1. Cincinnati Bengals – Joe Burrow (QB – LSU)
This has been the pick all along and it won’t change here. Joe Burrow goes to Cincinnati.
— NFL (@NFL) April 14, 2020
2. Washington Redskins – Chase Young (EDGE – Ohio State)
Chase Young is one of the most dominant pass rushers we’ve seen come out in a while and he’s going to be a ton of fun to watch in Washington. A loaded defensive line gets even stronger and may become the best unit in all of football.
3. Los Angeles Chargers – Tua Tagovailoa (QB – Alabama)
Trade: Lions receive No. 6 overall, No. 37 overall, and No. 112 overall.
The Chargers decide to not play the guessing game of whether Tua will be there for them at No. 6 overall and they move up to get the new face of their franchise. Tua can sit and recover behind Tyrod Taylor in 2020 and then step in when he’s fully healthy to provide a jolt to a stagnant fanbase in LA.
4. New York Giants – Jedrick Wills (OT – Alabama)
The New York Giants are a hard team to get a handle on from a draft perspective, but it’s hard to see Dave Gettleman neglecting the offensive line need that they have. Jedrick Wills would slide right into that offensive line and help protect Daniel Jones, while also being a factor in the run game.
5. Miami Dolphins – Justin Herbert (QB – Oregon)
Everything we’re hearing points towards the Dolphins taking Justin Herbert if he’s still there on the board. Herbert would be best suited to sit and learn for a year, which Miami can afford to do with Ryan Fitzpatrick still on the roster.
6. Detroit Lions – Derrick Brown (iDL – Auburn)
The Lions trade down from No. 3 and still get an impact player for their defense. While consensus thought is that Okudah would be the pick here, the Lions have never been a team to go with the public opinion. The Lions value the interior of their defensive line and Brown would fill a big need there.
7. Carolina Panthers – Jeffrey Okudah (CB – Ohio State)
The Panthers could look to trade out of this pick, but instead they’ll stay put and take the ultra-talented corner, Jeff Okudah. The Panthers have needs all over their defense, but none more glaring than the CB position. In a division that features some of the best WRs in the NFL, you need to have lockdown corners on your roster. Okudah’s worth the pick here.
8. Arizona Cardinals – Tristan Wirfs (OT – Iowa)
The Cardinals are being rumored as a team that could trade down, but with Tristan Wirfs still here on the board they stay put and take the versatile lineman out of Iowa. Wirfs is an incredible athlete and brings tremendous upside with his ability to play all over the offensive line.
9. Atlanta Falcons – CJ Henderson (CB – Florida)
Trade: Jaguars receive No 16 overall, No. 78 overall, and No. 119 overall.
The Jaguars decide to move back and accumulate more draft capital to aid their rebuild and allow Atlanta to come up and fill their corner need. The Falcons have been rumored to move up into the top-10, which they do here to secure the fluid and smooth CB prospect out of Florida. The Falcons are in win-now mode and Henderson plugs a major hole on that roster after the release of Desmond Trufant.
— CJ Henderson (@HendersonChris_) January 22, 2020
10. Cleveland Browns – Andrew Thomas (OT – Georgia)
Add the Cleveland Browns to the teams that would be willing to move back if the right offer came along. No such offer came this time around and they’ll stay put and address their biggest need on the roster with a damn good football player. Thomas doesn’t necessarily provide a huge ceiling, but he’s a pro-ready prospect that would come in and contribute day one.
11. New York Jets – Mekhi Becton (OT – Louisville)
Mekhi Becton is not human. We all know that by this point. At 6’7/364 pounds, he should not be able to move as well as he does…The Jets are ecstatic to bring in a great prospect and address a huge need here on their offensive line.
12. Las Vegas Raiders – Isaiah Simmons (LB – Clemson)
Isaiah Simmons takes a bit of a tumble here due to his position question mark. It’s rare to see a true linebacker go in the top-10, which Simmons is not. It’s even more rare to see a safety go in the top-10, which Simmons is not. While he can do everything on defense, he is not overtly refined at any one position, which causes his value to take a tumble here. The range of draft outcomes for Simmons is certainly wide, but if he falls here to No. 12, Mike Mayock won’t think twice about turning this pick in.
13. Minnesota Vikings – Jerry Jeudy (WR – Alabama)
Trade: 49ers receive No. 22 overall, No. 89 overall, and No. 132 overall.
The Vikings have plenty of draft pick ammo and they decide to not play around. They move up all the way to No. 13 here with the 49ers to draft Jerry Jeudy, who would be a perfect replacement for Stefon Diggs in this offense. Diggs is the comp for Jeudy, but he wouldn’t bring the “off-field” issues that accompanied Diggs in his time in Minnesota.
— Jerry Jeudy⁴ (@jerryjeudy) April 2, 2020
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Javon Kinlaw (iDL – South Carolina)
The Bucs are going all in with Tom Brady, which is so much fun to see after the acquisition of Rob Gronkowski. While the hope would be to acquire an offensive tackle here, there’s not one worth considering at this point of the draft. If a team were willing to come up, I’d watch the Bucs to trade back. But in this situation, they’ll stay and add Javon Kinlaw, the wrecking ball at DT, here to an already loaded defensive line.
15. Denver Broncos – Henry Ruggs III (WR – Alabama)
The Broncos are currently a team to watch to move up in the 2020 NFL Draft, but in this situation they stay put and still get their player to drop to them. Henry Ruggs would immediately upgrade this offense and provide Drew Lock with a loaded receiving corps.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars – K’Lavon Chaisson (EDGE – LSU)
The Jacksonville Jaguars trade back to this spot and address a soon-to-be need at the EDGE position. Yannick Ngakoue will not play another down for the Jaguars after the rift he had on Twitter the other day with ownership, so he’s likely to be moved during the draft. If that’s the case, the Jaguars need to fill that spot and Chaisson’s unlikely to fall to their next pick at No. 20 overall. Chaisson would be a perfect Ngakoue replacement in this defense.
17. Las Vegas Raiders – CeeDee Lamb (WR – Oklahoma)
Trade: Cowboys receive No. 19 overall and No. 91 overall.
The Cowboys move back a couple spots and pick up some extra draft capital so Las Vegas can move up and secure their alpha-receiver. CeeDee Lamb to the Raiders makes so much sense and the Raiders crush another first round after picking up Isaiah Simmons and Lamb.
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) April 15, 2020
18. Miami Dolphins – Xavier McKinney (S – Alabama)
The Dolphins traded away Minkah Fitzpatrick because he desired a true position in their defense. They look for versatility from their safeties and the most versatile player on the board right now is Xavier McKinney. McKinney can line up at slot corner to single-high safety to playing in the box and he excels at all of it. Fitzpatrick didn’t want to be moved around as much, so they draft his replacement here who thrives on it.
19. Dallas Cowboys – Kristian Fulton (CB – LSU)
The Cowboys move back a couple of spots and still fill a huge need on their defense with the talented CB prospect out of LSU. Fulton shows the makings of a lockdown corner in the NFL and would alleviate the hole left by Byron Jones leaving in free agency.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevon Diggs (CB – Alabama)
We’re hearing buzz that Trevon Diggs is going to go a lot higher than people anticipate in the NFL Draft. When putting on his tape, it’s not hard to see why…a former WR, Diggs is still learning the ropes of the CB position, but his playmaking ability shows up week in and week out. He has incredible ball skills and it wouldn’t shock me to see him end up with 5+ interceptions each season once he gets adjusted to the NFL game.
21. Philadelphia Eagles – Justin Jefferson (WR – LSU)
Justin Jefferson is one of my favorite WRs in this entire draft class and the Eagles get a star in the making here at No. 21 overall. In other classes, I wouldn’t be surprised if Jefferson was considered the No. 1 WR prospect. In a loaded class though, he falls a bit and would immediately fill the slot receiver role in this dynamic offense.
— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) April 20, 2020
22. San Francisco 49ers – Austin Jackson (OT – USC)
Austin Jackson’s going to go a lot higher than we realize and the 49ers are rumored to be sniffing around OTs. Joe Staley‘s not getting any younger and Jackson would be able to sit behind Staley to continue developing, as he’s still very young, and then step in and take over for him when the time’s right. The 49ers trade back, accumulate more picks, and solve a future need on their roster. That’s smart team building.
23. Baltimore Ravens – Kenneth Murray (LB – Oklahoma)
Trade: Patriots receive No. 28 overall and No. 92 overall.
The Ravens look ahead at the board and recognize that the linebackers they want aren’t going to be there at No. 28 overall. They move up to go get a player that screams a Baltimore Raven. He’s tough, fast, and has incredible leadership ability. Murray would step right in and help continue the strong lineage of Ravens linebackers.
24. New Orleans Saints – Patrick Queen (LB – LSU)
The Saints are in win now mode with Drew Brees, which means that they need to do everything they can to shore up potential weak spots on their roster. They add the speedy and rangy linebacker out of LSU, Patrick Queen, who would step in and be a perfect compliment to Demario Davis.
25. Minnesota Vikings – Jeff Gladney (CB – TCU)
The Vikings still have another first round pick, even after the move up, which allows them to address a critical need on their roster with a good player. Gladney’s a bit undersized for the position, but he does not play like it. This is one of the scrappiest and toughest defenders I watched on tape this year and he’d be a great addition to this defense.
26. Miami Dolphins – Isaiah Wilson (OT – Georgia)
The Dolphins have huge needs at OT and they address the RT position here with Isaiah Wilson. Wilson’s a monster of a man at 6’6/350 pounds and he has tree trunks for arms. He’s a people-mover in the run game, but also provides some upside in pass protection.
27. Detroit Lions – A.J. Terrell (CB – Clemson)
Trade: Seahawks receive No. 35 overall and No. 109 overall.
The Lions use their additional trade ammunition now to move back up into the first round and select the strong corner out of Clemson, A.J. Terrell. The Seahawks are always looking to move down and acquire more picks, so this trade makes a lot of sense for both sides.
— Stadium (@Stadium) April 20, 2020
28. New England Patriots – A.J. Epenesa (EDGE – Iowa)
The Patriots trade back with Baltimore and still get their guy here in A.J. Epenesa. The Patriots aren’t going to panic and reach on a QB, but instead they’ll continue to build their team the way that they always have and Epenesa fits the mold of what they look for in an EDGE rusher.
29. Tennessee Titans – Yetur Gross-Matos (EDGE – Penn State)
The Titans are a team that could explore a trade back, but it was difficult to find a team that would move up all the way to this spot with who is currently on the board. Instead, they choose to add a complimentary pass rusher to Harold Landry and add some insurance in case Vic Beasley doesn’t bounce back to his rookie form. Gross-Matos is tough and flashes a ton of potential, which makes him a perfect selection here to the Titans.
30. Green Bay Packers – Michael Pittman (WR – USC)
Don’t be shocked if we see Michael Pittman Jr. in the first round of the NFL Draft. This kid can play and he’s a big body, which we know the Packers love. He’d be an upgrade over everyone in that receiving corps not named Davante Adams and would be the perfect compliment.
31. Indianapolis Colts – Jordan Love (QB – Utah State)
Trade: 49ers receive No. 34 overall and No. 122 overall.
The 49ers move back again here and allow the Colts to come up a few spots and secure their future QB with the 5th-year option. The Colts don’t have a QB on their roster for 2021 currently, so adding Jordan Love here makes sense. While he had a shaky 2019 season, he has an incredibly high ceiling. The best move would be to sit behind Rivers for 2020 and then allow him to take over in 2021.
— USU Football (@USUFootball) April 16, 2020
32. Jacksonville Jaguars – Grant Delpit (S – LSU)
Trade: Chiefs receive No. 42 overall and No. 116 overall.
The Jaguars control the draft now with their surplus of picks, so they package them and move up back into the first round to select the talented safety out of LSU, Grant Delpit. Delpit had a down 2019 season, but it could’ve potentially been due to a position change and dealing with an ankle injury. If he can bounce back to his 2018 form, getting him here at No. 32 overall is an absolute steal.
33. Cincinnati Bengals – Cesar Ruiz (iOL – Michigan)
34. San Francisco 49ers – Jalen Reagor (WR – TCU)
36. New York Giants – Logan Wilson (LB – Wyoming)
Not a riser. The media is just finally catching up. Plug & play. From a GM today “he’s better than Vander Esch coming out of Boise.” https://t.co/ZwugWB1iGh
— Steve Caric (@Caricsportsmgt) April 21, 2020
37. Detroit Lions – Jonathan Taylor (RB – Wisconsin)
38. Buffalo Bills – D’Andre Swift (RB – Georgia)
Trade: Panthers receive No. 54 overall, No. 128 overall, and No. 188 overall.
39. Washington Redskins – Tee Higgins (WR – Clemson)
Trade: Dolphins receive LT Trent Williams.
40. Houston Texans – Ross Blacklock (iDL – TCU)
41. Cleveland Browns – Jordyn Brooks (LB – Texas Tech)
42. Kansas City Chiefs – Jaylon Johnson (CB – Utah)
43. Chicago Bears – Jeremy Chinn (S – Southern Illinois)
Jeremy Chinn was an absolute missile on this play!
— Kyle Yates (@KyleYNFL) February 24, 2020
44. Indianapolis Colts – Denzel Mims (WR – Baylor)
45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – JK Dobbins (RB – Ohio State)
46. Denver Broncos – Damon Arnette (CB – Ohio State)
47. Miami Dolphins – Antoine Winfield (S – Minnesota)
Trade: Falcons receive No. 56 overall, No. 141 overall, and No. 185 overall.
48. Jacksonville Jaguars – Justin Madubuike (iDL – Texas A&M)
Trade: Jets receive EDGE Yannick Ngakoue.
49. Pittsburgh Steelers – Raekwon Davis (iDL – Alabama)
50. Los Angeles Rams – Zack Baun (EDGE – Wisconsin)
Trade: Bears receive No. 52 overall and No. 126 overall.
51. Dallas Cowboys – Julian Okwara (EDGE – Notre Dame)
52. Seattle Seahawks – Darrell Taylor (EDGE – Tennessee)
Trade: Bears receive No. 59 overall and No. 109 overall.
Tennessee edge rusher Darrell Taylor has been dealing with an injury (DNP Sr Bowl, no workout at combine) but he is very gifted. Watch him bend/corner/finish. (Music courtesy of 112) pic.twitter.com/Amncw568VS
— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) April 2, 2020
53. Philadelphia Eagles – Ashtyn Davis (S – California)
54. Carolina Panthers – Noah Igbinoghene (CB – Auburn)
55. Baltimore Ravens – Matt Hennessy (iOL – Temple)
56. Atlanta Falcons – Neville Gallimore (iDL – Oklahoma)
57. Los Angeles Rams – Ezra Cleveland (OT – Boise State)
58. Minnesota Vikings – Jonathan Greenard (EDGE – Florida)
59. Chicago Bears – Jonah Jackson (iOL – Ohio State)
60. Baltimore Ravens – Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR – Liberty)
It’s been crazy…but from @LibertyFootball, to @seniorbowl, to the Combine, to the @NFLDraft, the pieces are starting to come together! Thank you @paniniamerica for helping me tell my story. 👀 #roadtotheratedrookie pic.twitter.com/EGaZvLLhOF
— Antonio Gandy-Golden (@gandygolden11) April 20, 2020
61. Tennessee Titans – Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB – LSU)
62. Green Bay Packers – Cole Kmet (TE – Notre Dame)
63. Kansas City Chiefs – Lloyd Cushenberry III (iOL – LSU)
64. Seattle Seahawks – Robert Hunt (iOL – Louisiana)
65. Cincinnati Bengals – Terrell Lewis (EDGE – Alabama)
66. Washington Redskins – Lucas Niang (OT – TCU)
67. Detroit Lions – KJ Hamler (WR – Penn State)
— Saquon Barkley (@saquon) April 21, 2020
68. New York Jets – Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR – Michigan)
69. Carolina Panthers – Marlon Davidson (iDL – Auburn)
70. Miami Dolphins – Matt Peart (iOL – UConn)
71. Los Angeles Chargers – Prince Tega Wanogho (OT – Auburn)
72. Arizona Cardinals – Josh Uche (EDGE – Michigan)
73. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jalen Hurts (QB – Oklahoma)
— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) April 20, 2020
74. Cleveland Browns – Kyle Dugger (S – Lenoir-Rhyne)
75. Indianapolis Colts – Jordan Elliott (iDL – Missouri)
76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ben Bartch (OT – St. John’s)
77. Denver Broncos – Willie Gay (LB – Mississippi State)
78. Jacksonville Jaguars – Brandon Aiyuk (WR – Arizona State)
79. New York Jets – Damien Lewis (iOL – LSU)
80. Las Vegas Raiders – Davon Hamilton (iDL – Ohio State)
81. Las Vegas Raiders – Bryce Hall (CB – Virginia)
82. Dallas Cowboys – Laviska Shenault (WR – Colorado)
83. Denver Broncos – Nick Harris (iOL – Washington)
84. Los Angeles Rams – Cameron Dantzler (CB – Mississippi State)
85. Detroit Lions – Logan Stenberg (iOL – Kentucky)
86. Buffalo Bills – Jabari Zuniga (EDGE – Florida)
Florida's Jabari Zuniga finished the night with the top Athleticism Score among edge rushers (93) after a strong combine workout.
— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) March 1, 2020
87. New England Patriots – Jake Fromm (QB – Georgia)
88. Miami Dolphins – Bryan Edwards (WR – South Carolina)
Trade: Saints receive QB Josh Rosen.
89. San Francisco 49ers – Darnay Holmes (CB – UCLA)
90. Houston Texans – Chase Claypool (WR – Notre Dame)
91. Dallas Cowboys – Brycen Hopkins (TE – Purdue)
92. New England Patriots – Van Jefferson (WR – Florida)
93. Tennessee Titans – Rashard Lawrence (iDL – LSU)
94. Green Bay Packers – Jacob Eason (QB – Washington)
95. Denver Broncos – Saahdiq Charles (OT – LSU)
96. Kansas City Chiefs – Cam Akers (RB – Florida State)
— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 21, 2020
97. Cleveland Browns – Amik Robertson (CB – Louisiana Tech)
98. New England Patriots – Thaddeus Moss (TE – LSU)
99. New York Giants – Alex Highsmith (EDGE – Charlotte)
100. New England Patriots – Leki Fotu (iDL – Utah)
101. Seattle Seahawks – Antonio Gibson (RB – Memphis)
102. Pittsburgh Steelers – Anthony Gordon (QB – Washington State)
Anthony Gordon sees slot defender lined up outside of his slot with safety lined up on the hash. Probably clued him that they would rotate to C1.
Makes a check for WR to run fade.
Quick-release and anticipation don't allow FS to make a play on the ball. pic.twitter.com/IxgR9pVK56
— Ted Nguyen (@FB_FilmAnalysis) January 22, 2020
103. Philadelphia Eagles – Malik Harrison (LB – Ohio State)
104. Los Angeles Rams – Akeem Davis-Gaither (LB – Appalachian State)
105. Minnesota Vikings – Netane Muti (iOL – Fresno State)
106. Baltimore Ravens – Curtis Weaver (EDGE – Boise State)
107. Cincinnati Bengals – Adam Trautman (TE – Dayton)
108. Washington Redskins – Hunter Bryant (TE – Washington)
109. Chicago Bears – Troy Pride (CB – Notre Dame)
110. New York Giants – Tyler Biadasz (iOL – Wisconsin)
111. Houston Texans – Michael Ojemudia (CB – Iowa)
112. Detroit Lions – Kenny Willekes (EDGE – Michigan State)
"Not athletic, below-average athleticism for edge rusher"
"Physical tools don't jump off the page"
"Isn't a good athlete"
"Has pedestrian physical gifts”
Shhhh Just watch… pic.twitter.com/LpvLpzBu9C
— Kendrick4️⃣8️⃣ (@kennyw97) March 26, 2020
113. Carolina Panthers – Troy Dye (LB – Oregon)
114. Arizona Cardinals – Evan Weaver (LB – California)
115. Cleveland Browns – John Simpson (iOL – Clemson)
116. Kansas City Chiefs – Devin Duvernay (WR – Texas)
117. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Quartney Davis (WR – Texas A&M)
118. Denver Broncos – Larrell Murchison (iDL – N.C. State)
119. Jacksonville Jaguars – Ke’Shawn Vaughn (RB – Vanderbilt)
Here's a look at some of the explosiveness that Ke'Shawn Vaughn brings to the table. I remember watching this game vs. Baylor and being convinced he was going to declare. 18.7 yds/carry. 243 yds on the day. pic.twitter.com/f0Qiw1j64B
— TURRON DAVENPORT (@TDavenport_NFL) March 18, 2020
120. New York Jets – Josiah Scott (CB – Michigan State)
121. Las Vegas Raiders – K’Von Wallace (S – Texas)
122. San Francisco 49ers – McTelvin Agim (iDL – Arkansas)
123. Dallas Cowboys – Terrell Burgess (S – Utah)
124. Pittsburgh Steelers – Ben Bredeson (iOL – Michigan)
125. New England Patriots – Markus Bailey (LB – Purdue)
126. Chicago Bears – Darnell Mooney (WR – Tulane)
Per source, speedster Tulane WR Darnell Mooney has zoomed with nearly every NFL team along with follow-up.
Hearing Mooney has risen in NFL circles, now in play to potentially go first half of Day 3.
Ran 4.38 in Indy. Pop topper caught in wonky college O. 20.7 YPC as junior.
— Thor Nystrom (@thorku) April 12, 2020
127. Jacksonville Jaguars – Reggie Robinson II (CB – Tulsa)
Trade: Jaguars send Leonard Fournette to the Philadelphia Eagles.
128. Carolina Panthers – Bradlee Anae (EDGE – Utah)
129. Baltimore Ravens – Zack Moss (RB – Utah)
130. New Orleans Saints – Harrison Hand (CB – Temple)
131. Arizona Cardinals – Shane Lemieux (iOL – Oregon)
132. San Francisco 49ers – Darrynton Evans (RB – Appalachian State)
133. Seattle Seahawks – James Lynch (iDL – Baylor)
134. Baltimore Ravens – Lynn Bowden (WR – Kentucky)
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) April 21, 2020
135. Pittsburgh Steelers – Khalid Kareem (EDGE – Notre Dame)
136. Green Bay Packers – Joe Bachie (LB – Michigan State)
137. Jacksonville Jaguars – Hakeem Adeniji (OT – Kansas)
138. Kansas City Chiefs – Alton Robinson (EDGE – Syracuse)
139. New England Patriots* – K.J. Hill (WR – Ohio State)
140. Jacksonville Jaguars – Albert Okwuegbunam (TE – Missouri)
141. Atlanta Falcons – Anthony McFarland (RB – Maryland)
He stayed home and was a star 💪
— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) April 21, 2020
142. Washington Redskins – Michael Onwenu (iOL – Michigan)
143. Atlanta Falcons – Jonathan Garvin (EDGE – Miami)
144. Seattle Seahawks – Quintez Cephus (WR – Wisconsin)
145. Philadelphia Eagles – Davion Taylor (LB – Colorado)
146. Philadelphia Eagles – Gabriel Davis (WR – UCF)
147. Cincinnati Bengals – Justin Strnad (LB – Wake Forest)
148. Carolina Panthers – Alohi Gilman (S – Notre Dame)
149. Detroit Lions – James Morgan (QB – Florida International)
150. New York Giants – Kenny Robinson (S – West Virginia)
151. Los Angeles Chargers – Lamical Perine (RB – Florida)
Florida iced the game on a 88-yard TD from Lamical Perine
Too cold 🥶
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 5, 2019
152. Carolina Panthers – Kyle Murphy (iOL – Rhode Island)
153. Miami Dolphins – Devin Asiasi (TE – UCLA)
154. Miami Dolphins – DeeJay Dallas (RB – Miami)
155. Minnesota Vikings – Broderick Washington (iDL – Texas Tech)
156. San Francisco 49ers – Jack Driscoll (OT – Auburn)
157. Baltimore Ravens – Tyre Phillips (iOL – Mississippi State)
158. New York Jets – David Woodward (LB – Utah State)
159. Las Vegas Raiders – Khalil Davis (iDL – Nebraska)
160. Indianapolis Colts – Eno Benjamin (RB – Arizona State)
161. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Brandon Jones (S – Texas)
162. Washington Redskins – James Proche (WR – SMU)
JAMES PROCHE CAUGHT THAT?! pic.twitter.com/4S0A9NH6rT
— Kyle Yates (@KyleYNFL) April 18, 2020
163. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Terence Steele (OT – Texas Tech)
Trade: Bears receive TE O.J. Howard.
164. Dallas Cowboys – Keith Ismael (iOL – SDSU)
165. Jacksonville Jaguars – Shaquille Quarterman (LB – Miami)
166. Detroit Lions – Julian Blackmon (S – Utah)
167. Buffalo Bills – Geno Stone (S – Iowa)
168. Philadelphia Eagles – Derrek Tuzska (EDGE – NDSU)
169. New Orleans Saints – Cameron Clark (OT – Charlotte)
170. Jacksonville Jaguars – Nick Coe (iDL – Auburn)
171. Houston Texans – AJ Dillon (RB – Boston College)
172. New England Patriots – Javaris Davis (CB – Auburn)
173. Miami Dolphins – Tyler Johnson (WR – Minnesota)
174. Tennessee Titans – Justin Herron (OT – Wake Forest)
175. Green Bay Packers – Joshua Kelley (RB – UCLA)
Joshua Kelley went from an FCS walk-on to one of the most talented athletes in #Pac12FB. 💥
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) April 17, 2020
176. San Francisco 49ers – Javelin Guidry (CB – Utah)
177. Kansas City Chiefs – Mykal Walker (LB – Fresno State)
178. Denver Broncos – Trevis Gipson (EDGE – Tulsa)
179. Dallas Cowboys – Trajan Bandy (CB – Miami)