2020 NFL Mock Drafts

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    Andy Dalton finished the season with a win -- almost certainly his last with the Bengals -- and now the Joe Burrow era is all but official. Burrow is coming off an eight-touchdown (seven passing, one rushing) performance in Saturday's bowl playoff victory over Oklahoma. You know, just in case there were any lingering doubters who weren't yet convinced that Burrow has been the best player on the planet the last four months.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 5208 77.6 55 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    Changes are coming to the Redskins, from the front office on down. What shouldn't change between now and the draft? Washington taking Chase Young with the second-overall pick. Young's college career ended on Saturday night and while he didn't fill up the stat sheet over his final three games, he still made an impact as offenses schemed to double-team and chip him on nearly every play. That strategy won't work at the next level.

    3 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    Okudah's effort vs. Clemson on Saturday was the closest thing we've seen to a shutdown corner this season; he put the clamps on Tee Higgins and Justyn Ross for most of the night and solidified his place as the No. 1 cornerback in this draft class.

    4 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Wills is not only one of the best players on Alabama's roster, but he's also arguably the top offensive linemen in this class. The right tackle quietly had an outstanding 2019 campaign and he'll upgrade a Giants offensive line in desperate need of some consistency.

    5 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    The Dolphins ain't tanking. If that wasn't clear prior to Sunday, first-year coach Brian Flores removed all doubt with Miami's huge Week 16 win in New England. There's a lot to like about this team, even if they're still waiting for Tua. In the meantime, Andrew Thomas bolsters the O-line after protecting Jake Fromm the last two seasons in Athens. Pencil him in at left tackle for the next decade and move on to the next item on the offseason to-do list.

    6 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    Yes, the Chargers used a first-round pick on Jerry Tillery last April, and yes, the team needs a quarterback upgrades along the offensive line, but L.A.'s D-line ranked in the bottom third in the league in stopping the run and getting after the quarterback, and Brown, one of the best players in this class, is coming off a dominant 2019 season for the Tigers.

    7 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    The Panthers have a lot of needs, and perhaps beefing up the offensive or defensive line would make sense here. But Lamb is a special talent, and it currently our WR1, just ahead of Jerry Jeudy. His YAC skills are otherworldly, and he'd give Carolina a much-needed downfield playmaker to pair with all-everything RB Christian McCaffrey and, possibly, Cam Newton, should be in the team's 2020 plans.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    8 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    Epenesa played some of his best football over the last month of the season -- including 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble against USC in Iowa's bowl game. And like teammate Tristan Wirfs, there are reports that he could return to school. But if he doesn't, he too could hear his name called early in the draft, and the Cardinals have needs at edge rusher, especially after parting ways with veteran Terrell Suggs earlier this month.

    9 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    Telvin Smith retired in the offseason and the Jags' linebackers corps struggled mightily. That includes Myles Jack, one of the league's best athletes. Simmons, is a physical freak who can line up anywhere on the field, including deep safety, where he's often spotted in Clemson's defense. Simmons is also coming off one of his best efforts of the season in the bowl playoff win over Ohio State.

    10 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    The Browns fired Freddie Kitchens hours after the team lost to the Bengals on Sunday. It was a forgettable season by any measure but the rebuild has to include fixing an O-line that did Baker Mayfield no favors. Wirfs can play either right tackle or left tackle and do it at a very high level, and he'll be a Day 1 starter in Cleveland.

    11 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    Robby Anderson could be headed for free agency, and even if he returns (he's reportedly looking for something north of $10 million a year ... and he's definitely earned that) adding Jeudy still makes a lot of sense. The best receiver on Alabama's roster, Jeudy is an elite route runner who would make life immeasurably easier for Sam Darnold in New York.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    12 Trevon DiggsAlabama, Sr CB

    Daryl Worley is the Raiders' best CB this season, according to Pro Football Focus, and he's been replacement level. He's also in the final year of his rookie deal. But even if he returns, the Raiders need to continue to build the secondary and Diggs, who won't play in Alabama's bowl game, is one of the most physical CBs in this class. He's coming off a strong season and could be on the board when the Raiders go on the clock with their first first-round pick.

    13 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    The Colts need to bolster their defensive line -- they're 18th against the run and 24th against the pass, according to Football Outsiders -- and Kinlaw is one of the best pass-rushing interior linemen in this draft class.

    14 Terrell LewisAlabama, Sr EDGE

    Shaq Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul are set to be free agents in the spring, and even if the Bucs choose to re-sign at least one of them, Lewis, who is finally healthy after battling injuries the last two seasons, was unstoppable off the edge in 2019 for the Crimson Tide.

    15 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    Courtland Sutton had a breakout 2019 season and he'll only get better. But Drew Lock, who appears to be the future in Denver, will need other weapons to stretch the field, especially now that Manny Sanders is in San Francisco. Higgins high-points the ball better than any receiver in the nation and his huge catch radius will mean that Lock only needs to get the ball in the vicinity for it to be a completion.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 56 1115 19.9 13
    16 Julian OkwaraNotre Dame, Sr DL

    The Falcons D played better down the stretch but the need for an edge rusher remains, especially with Vic Beasley in the final year of his contract. Okwara's season ended in November, and while he wasn't quite as productive as a year ago, he's a high-upside prospect who explodes off the ball. He's listed at 240 but plays much stronger than that, and he'll likely add weight in the weeks leading up to the combine.

    17 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    The Cowboys desperately need to bolster the secondary, especially at safety, and Delpit is one of the best defensive backs in this class. He struggled with an ankle injury for part of the season, and he has to improve his tackling, but he's a rangy safety with top-flight coverage skills.

    18 Justin HerbertOregon, Sr QB

    Traded from: PIT

    If Tua doesn't declare by the Jan. 20 deadline, the Dolphins might turn to Herbert here, especially since the Raiders could be in the market for a new quarterback ahead of their move to Las Vegas. Herbert checks all the boxes of what a franchise QB should look like, but he had an inconsistent 2019 season that left more questions than answers about his chances of success at the next level.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3471 66.8 32 6
    19 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    Traded from: CHI

    Makes too much sense not to happen -- Ruggs is a burner and a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball. The Raiders suddenly have a lot of questions, especially on offense, but Ruggs would give Jon Gruden an immediate deep threat to pair with Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow (!).

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    20 Austin JacksonUSC, Jr OL

    Traded from: LAR

    Jackson had a strong 2019 campaign and former second-rounder Cam Robinson, whose contract expires in 2021, is coming off an up-and-down season. Jackson would bookend right tackle Jawaan Taylor, the road grader taken in Round 2 last spring.

    21 Shaun WadeOhio St., Soph CB

    Not only is Shaun Wade one of the best slot corners in the country, but he was also one of the best players on the Buckeyes' stacked defense. He often got lost in Chase Young and Jeff Okudah's shadow, but he's every bit the first-round talent.

    22 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    Harold Landry led the Titans with nine sacks during the regular season, followed by Jurrell Casey and Kamalei Correa, who had five each. Chaisson is a quick-twitch, high-motor headache off the edge but he'll probably need to add muscle to hold up over the course of a 16-game NFL schedule. Still, he's surprisingly strong and has an electric first step.

    23 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    Shenault can line up anywhere and would be a versatile chess piece in Brian Daboll's offense. We've been doing mock drafts since early September and this is one of our favorite player-team matches. How high Shenault is selected will come down to his testing but when he's healthy he's damn near unstoppable.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    24 Paulson AdeboStanford, Jr CB

    Trae Waynes and Mackensie Alexander are in the final year of their contracts, and Xavier Rhodes has struggled for much of the season. Adding help at cornerback will be a priority this offseason. Adebo, who is an athletic cover corner with good ball skills, would be a natural fit in Mike Zimmer's scheme.

    25 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    Traded from: HOU

    Taco Charlton led Miami with 5 sacks this season, followed by Sam Eguavoen (3.5). Put another way: the team needs to upgrade its pass rushers. Gross-Matos is a physical freak who has yet to scratch the surface on just how good he can be.

    26 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    Fulton returned to LSU for his senior season but he would've been a likely first-rounder had he declared a year ago. Meanwhile, the Seahawks' defense isn't what it once was, and other than Shaq Griffin, every other cornerback on the roster has been average, according to PFF's metrics.

    27 Justin JeffersonLSU, Jr WR

    Coming into the week we had Jefferson as a Day 2 pick (no worse than a mid-2nd-rounder) but after his jaw-dropping performance against Oklahoma on Saturday why not bump him into Round 1? Jefferson had 14 catches for 227 yards and four touchdowns in the bowl playoffs against the Sooners, and he makes his living primarily out of the slot. He seems like a perfect candidate to be the next Julian Edelman, and even if Jefferson doesn't end up going in the first round, he would make a ton of sense in New England in Round 2.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 102 1434 14.1 18
    28 Josh JonesHouston, Sr OL

    Bryan Bulaga is 30 years old and in the final year of his contract. Jones, meanwhile, had an oustanding season for the Cougars and has the type of strength and athleticism that translates well to the NFL.

    29 CJ HendersonFlorida, Jr CB

    The Chiefs defense has improved steadily this season, and the secondary has been pleasantly surprising at times, but Kendall Fuller and Bashaud Breeland will be free agents in the spring and C.J. Henderson is a long, cover corner who has the ability to lockdown the other team's best receiver.

    30 Jalen ReagorTCU, Jr WR

    Ted Ginn is probably playing his last season in New Orleans and even if he remained the Saints need more playmakers around Mike Thomas. Jalen Reagor is a four-down player, who can line up anywhere, and would be yet another chess piece in Sean Payton's offense.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 43 611 14.2 5
    31 Xavier McKinneyAlabama, Jr CB

    McKinney would bolster one of the few weak spots in the NFL's best defense; Jaquiski Tartt and Tarvarius Moore have been average this season, according to PFF, and McKinney would give the 49ers one more playmaker on this already dominant unit.

    32 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    Josh Bynes played out of his mind this season but he's 30 and on a one-year deal after spending the previous two seasons in Arizona (and the three before that in Detroit). Murray has sideline-to-sideline speed and is a middle-of-the-field playmaker who has the talent to be the next great inside linebacker in Baltimore.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    After arguably the best quarterback season in college football history, Joe Burrow will (almost assuredly) be in the shotgun for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2020.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 5208 77.6 55 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    While the Redskins have prioritized building the defensive line in the past few drafts, Young is too big, too powerful, and too refined as a pass rusher for Washington to not pick him here.

    3 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    The Lions somewhat quietly won only three games in 2019 but had to labor through the majority of the season without Matthew Stafford. The real problem is the club's defense, and even if Darius Slay is retained, Okudah is the easy pick for Detroit at No. 3 overall.

    4 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    The Giants would miss out on Young by two picks, but landing Thomas wouldn't be considered a bad consolation prize whatsoever. He has franchise left tackle everything.

    5 Jordan LoveUtah St., Jr QB

    The hiring of spread specialist Chan Gailey could point the Dolphins in the direction of Love, who played in a wide-open system at Utah State. This would be the biggest surprise in Round 1.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 3402 61.9 20 17
    6 Tua TagovailoaAlabama, Jr QB

    After researching quarterbacks the past few drafts but not taking one, the Chargers land a real prize in Tagovailoa, and with Tyrod Taylor in Los Angeles, the Alabama product wouldn't have to play instantly.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    9 2840 71.4 33 3
    7 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    In this scenario, Cam Newton gets a clean bill of health and is the Panthers quarterback in 2020. Therefore, Carolina goes defensive line to bolster that group in a big way with a big man in Brown.

    8 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    The Cardinals go with Lamb over Jerry Jeudy to pair the former Oklahoma star with his college teammate, Kyler Murray, in the desert.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    9 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    Simmons is a stellar safety/linebacker hybrid with immense athletic talents, and the Jaguars need safety and linebacker on defense. Perfect.

    10 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    If the Browns can't pry Trent Williams from Washington or he lands elsewhere, Wirfs needs to be the top target for the new GM in Cleveland.

    11 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    The Jets would likely be more interested in blocking help but aren't mad in the least that they were able to get Jeudy at No. 11 overall.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    12 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    Fulton has No. 1 cornerback traits, size, and experience in a top conference. After teams ignored him in 2018, he was targeted more in 2019 and had 13 pass breakups.

    13 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    Ruggs is somewhat small but may have legit 4.2-something speed and isn't stiff running routes or after the catch. Sounds like a perfect West Coast Offense receiver to me.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    14 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    The young Buccaneers cornerbacks played much better down the stretch. The safety spot needs help. Delpit is a towering presence and a playmaker in coverage.

    15 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    The Broncos had a strong finish to the year with Drew Lock at quarterback but need to fortify the defensive front. Kinlaw can be a menace at any defensive line spot.

    16 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    The Falcons dip into the Round 1 edge rusher well again with Gross-Matos, a long, fluid hand-move master with a gigantic frame and room to grow into it.

    17 A.J. TerrellClemson, Jr CB

    Terrell is a mirroring machine down the field, which leads to him not being targeted often. The Cowboys will likely be in the cornerback market this offseason.

    18 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    Traded from: PIT

    Epenesa is a three-down mauler who can handle himself on the inside and disrupt around.the corner with his length and pass-rushing moves.

    19 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    Traded from: CHI

    Shenault has rare movement abilities after the catch at 220-plus pounds and has shown the ability to make contested catches.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    20 Bryce HallVirginia, Sr CB

    Traded from: LAR

    The Jaguars have to emphasize the cornerback spot after trading Jalen Ramsey. Hall's injury happened early in the 2019 season so he should be ready to contribute immediately for Jacksonville.

    21 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    This is an obvious selection after the year the Eagles had on the injury front, especially at receiver. Higgins is tall, fluid, and fast with the best ball skills I've seen at the receiver position since Mike Evans.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 56 1115 19.9 13
    22 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    The Titans have to invest in another edge rusher for 2020 and beyond, and Chaisson has serious juice around the corner.

    23 Zack BaunWisconsin, Sr LB

    Going slightly off the radar here, Baun is more of an edge rusher than linebacker who plays with dynamic athleticism and refined hand work. While smaller, Baun could fit immediately into the Lorenzo Alexander role on Buffalo's defense.

    24 Alex LeatherwoodAlabama, Jr OL

    Leatherwood was a big recruit and has thrived in his move from right guard to left tackle this season, and the Vikings must upgrade that key position this offseason.

    25 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Traded from: HOU

    Wills has flourished as a well-balanced, powerful right tackle for the Crimson Tide this season and would be an instant starter on a line that desperately needs more talent.

    26 Austin JacksonUSC, Jr OL

    Another week, another run on tackles. The Seahawks have to do something to help Russell Wilson by way of better, more reliable blocking. Jackson is a fine athlete who'll likely be of interest to the Seattle run office.

    27 Justin HerbertOregon, Sr QB

    Herbert to the Patriots is starting to make more sense. He wouldn't have to play right away but has All-Pro potential.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 3471 66.8 32 6
    28 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    Murray is the second-rangiest linebacker in this class after Simmons, and with Blake Martinez bound to hit free agency, the Packers add a playmaker at the second level of their defense.

    29 Travis EtienneClemson, Jr RB

    For a Super Bowl caliber team with a glaring need at running back in the long-term future, this would be an exciting pick for the Chiefs. Etienne is an incredibly explosive, hard-to-tackle back with high-end receiving skills.

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    14 192 1536 8 18
    30 Jalen ReagorTCU, Jr WR

    Reagor would go from being held back by his quarterbacks at TCU to catching passes from Drew Brees.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 43 611 14.2 5
    31 Ashtyn DavisCalifornia, Sr S

    This is a stellar pairing, as Davis would add to already stout defense and has a versatile skill set to be a run-support stud or ball-hawking center fielder.

    32 Curtis WeaverBoise St., Jr EDGE

    Depending on what happens in free agency, the Ravens could have a major need on the edge in 2020. Weaver is a thick, relatively bendy, and heavy-handed outside linebacker.

  • # Team Player Pos
    1 Joe BurrowLSU, Sr QB

    Cincinnati is in need of a quarterback. They have already shown that Andy Dalton and Ryan Finley are not a part of their future plans.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    14 5208 77.6 55 6
    2 Chase YoungOhio St., Jr EDGE

    Young is the best prospect regardless of position. Washington drafted their quarterback last year so Young should be an obvious choice for them.

    3 Jeff OkudahOhio St., Jr CB

    The Lions have undergone some changes in their secondary. The franchise appears ready to usher in a new age of talent. Okudah is easily the best cornerback available. He is a bit slight in frame but aggressive in run support, similar to Denzel Ward.

    4 Andrew ThomasGeorgia, Jr OL

    General manager Dave Gettleman and the Giants have prioritized the offensive line but it has not worked out just yet. Thomas can slide in at left tackle for the expensive yet under-performing Nate Solder.

    5 Isaiah SimmonsClemson, Jr S

    Simmons can be successful inside or outside. He is a really talented, fluid player. There is no prospect better at making open field tackles. Miami needs talent upgrades across the board and Simmons is the best available.

    6 Jedrick Wills Jr.Alabama, Jr OL

    Los Angeles has not been able to rely on Russell Okung. Wills has been playing right tackle but his athleticism would likely allow him to transition to left tackle seamlessly.

    7 Tua TagovailoaAlabama, Jr QB

    Tagovailoa announces his NFL Draft decision on Jan. 6 so this selection could be irrelevant in four days. Carolina appears poised to make a change this offseason. Cam Newton is a very talented player but he can not be relied upon.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    9 2840 71.4 33 3
    8 A.J. EpenesaIowa, Jr EDGE

    Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury have provided a lot of optimism on offense but now Arizona needs to improve on defense. Epenesa is a really gifted pass rusher. The team needs to apply more pressure beyond Chandler Jones.

    9 Jerry JeudyAlabama, Jr WR

    DJ Chark Jr. had a great season for Jacksonville but they need more production from the position. Jeudy has the highest floor of any wide receiver in this draft class. His attention to detail is much further along than most of his peers.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 77 1163 15.1 10
    10 Grant DelpitLSU, Jr S

    Cleveland's decision comes down to Javon Kinlaw and Delpit here. They need offensive tackle help but the remaining options do not warrant such an early selection.

    11 Tristan WirfsIowa, Jr OL

    The Jets are going to prioritize the improvement of their offensive line this season. It was a common core value in Philadelphia and fans have already been able to see that carry over to New York. Wirfs can play inside or on the edge.

    12 CeeDee LambOklahoma, Jr WR

    The Raiders are commonly attached to wide receivers. Antonio Brown was supposed to be their No. 1 wide receiver that could stretch the field, but that clearly did not work out. Lamb can fulfill their original expectation, with Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow able to capitalize.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    13 62 1327 21.4 14
    13 Derrick BrownAuburn, Sr DL

    Brown will be a common projection for the Colts. The team has attempted to add defensive tackle help capable of drawing attention from their smaller but talented linebacker unit. Brown will allow them to be stronger at the point of contact.

    14 Kristian FultonLSU, Sr CB

    Fulton is the second cornerback off the board. He was also the best value at this position. Tampa Bay needs more consistent production at the position. They need offensive tackle help but it was too early for some of the remaining talent.

    15 Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama, Jr WR

    Ruggs working underneath with Courtland Sutton on the edge and Noah Fant flexed out would be difficult for opposing defenses to defend. It is a great combination of size and speed. From there, the attention should turn to improving the offensive line for quarterback Drew Lock.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 40 746 18.7 7
    16 Curtis WeaverBoise St., Jr EDGE

    The Falcons need to find a way to generate more pass rush next season. Takk McKinley has not been the answer. Weaver is fast and does a great job shedding blocks. He could step in and start as a down defensive end in Dan Quinn's system from Day 1.

    17 Xavier McKinneyAlabama, Jr CB

    McKinney continues to be one of my favorite players to watch because of his fluid motion and positional flexibility. He is a chess piece for whoever ends up being Dallas' head coach next season. At the end of the day, improvement in the secondary was a must.

    18 K'Lavon ChaissonLSU, Soph EDGE

    Traded from: PIT

    Chaisson showed his capabilities against Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl. His bend around the edge may be the best in this class and he looked comfortable in coverage. With Simmons and now Chaisson, Miami has fortified their linebacker unit.

    19 Jacob EasonWashington, Jr QB

    Traded from: CHI

    Jon Gruden has his choice of Justin Herbert, Jordan Love and Jacob Eason at this stage. Love is probably the least likely because of his poor decision-making. It comes down to Gruden's personal preference but Eason is a great option as the team looks to become more explosive before their first game in Las Vegas.

    2019 College Stats

    GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
    13 3132 64.2 23 8
    20 Javon KinlawSouth Carolina, Sr DL

    Traded from: LAR

    Jacksonville showed some flaws on their front seven this season but they still have some strong structural pieces with Josh Allen and Calais Campbell. Kinlaw can push the pocket from the interior, which makes them even more difficult to stop.

    21 Tee HigginsClemson, Jr WR

    Philadelphia could be staring down some wholesale changes at the wide receiver position this offseason. Higgins is a No. 1 caliber wide receiver, which would allow Philadelphia to move the ball downfield more aggressively.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 56 1115 19.9 13
    22 Kenneth MurrayOklahoma, Jr LB

    Murray seems like the missing piece for Mike Vrabel's defense. Vrabel wants someone that he can trust to communicate the calls and make plays; Murray is a great option. He is a fluid mover capable of playing sideline to sideline.

    23 Justin JeffersonLSU, Jr WR

    John Brown had a great season but, is it sustainable? Justin Jefferson is either a great compliment or an insurance policy for a team that wants to push the ball downfield with the strong-armed Josh Allen. Jefferson has great hands and body control. He supplies a highlight reel catch seemingly every day.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    14 102 1434 14.1 18
    24 Alex LeatherwoodAlabama, Jr OL

    Minnesota addressed the center position in the first round last year and now they need to strengthen the edge. Leatherwood is a strong player that has been playing left tackle for the Crimson Tide, but he could slide over to right tackle if the Vikings felt it was in his best interest.

    25 Tyler BiadaszWisconsin, Jr OL

    Traded from: HOU

    The Dolphins need to strengthen their offensive line before throwing a franchise quarterback or running back in there. Running backs have the shortest career span, so it does not make much sense to waste a year of that until the team is ready to compete.

    26 CJ HendersonFlorida, Jr CB

    Pass rush and secondary help were the two primary considerations for Seattle at this point in the first round. Henderson has great potential but he battled through injuries this season. Seattle could land a steal in the second half of the first round.

    27 Bryce HallVirginia, Sr CB

    New England's secondary has been fantastic this season but Bill Belichick is proactive, not reactionary. The addition of Hall, who is an aggressive player that does a good job locating the ball in the air, is a plan for the future. Hall is coming off a season-ending ankle surgery in October.

    28 Jalen ReagorTCU, Jr WR

    Reagor is a reliable Randall Cobb-like contributor that Green Bay has been missing. The TCU product could work out of the slot with Davante Adams over the top. The Packers need to take advantage of the final years with quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    12 43 611 14.2 5
    29 Creed HumphreyOklahoma, Soph OL

    Humphrey is a rock, solid replacement for Mitch Morse, who departed last offseason. He blocks with great leverage and would serve as Phase 1 in the organization's effort to improve the offensive line.

    30 Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado, Jr WR

    Michael Thomas can not do it all himself forever. Shenault is a great fit because he is not going to challenge Thomas as an outside receiver. Shenault has some running back like ability that would allow him to be more effective closer to the line of scrimmage.

    2019 College Stats

    GP REC YDS AVG TDS
    11 56 764 13.6 4
    31 Yetur Gross-MatosPenn St., Jr EDGE

    San Francisco has exceeded everyone's expectations this season. Their defensive line has been tremendous but the linebacker unit has room for improvement. Gross-Matos would be a great addition as an outside linebacker in that scheme. The attention commanded by the defensive line would only free him up to make more plays.

    32 D'Andre SwiftGeorgia, Jr RB

    Yes, the Ravens have Mark Ingram and Justice Hill, but Swift is all in one. He can also serve as the future alongside Lamar Jackson. Swift is great a pass protector and pass catcher, which allows for even more wrinkles in that creative Baltimore offense.

    2019 College Stats

    GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
    14 196 1218 6.2 7
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