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This is a combo mock draft of all the 2019 and 2020 prospects. Leading up the 2019 NFL Draft, the consensus was that the class wasn't a very good one, so how would it stack up to the prospects in 2020? How would the draft have gone if all the players were available? Here's the mock, and before you read it, keep two things in mind: 1) The 2019 prospects don't have their rookie campaigns taken into account; otherwise, someone like Terry McLaurin would be a top-10 pick. 2) The 2019 players were removed from each team's roster for needs purposes.
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2019-2020 NFL Combo Mock Draft: Picks 1-16
Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
Jerry Jones looked so thrilled to land CeeDee Lamb that he almost forgot that he had two strange-looking orbs behind him on his private yacht. I think this is another selection that would remain the same.
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Miami Dolphins: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
This makes too much sense. The Dolphins used the 18th-overall pick on tackle Austin Jackson, but they could snatch an even better tackle prospect off the board with this selection.
Las Vegas Raiders: Clelin Ferrell, DE/OLB, Clemson
Mike Mayock loved Clelin Ferrell so much that he spent the fourth-overall pick on him. That was still a mega reach, so I imagine Mayock would be in love with the "value" of getting Ferrell at No. 19 in the combo mock.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Devin White, LB, LSU
Here's an actual value pick. Devin White was chosen fifth overall in the 2019 NFL Draft, so being able to obtain him at No. 20 in the combo mock is a steal. The Jaguars desperately need someone with White's talent in their poor linebacking corps.
Philadelphia Eagles: Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama
We know that the Eagles tried to trade up for CeeDee Lamb, but didn't want to surrender their second-round choice to Atlanta, even though they wasted it on Jalen Hurts. There was also talk that moving up for Henry Ruggs was a possibility, but Philadelphia would be able to keep its precious second-round pick in this scenario.
Minnesota Vikings: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
The Vikings spent a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Ezra Cleveland, so there was definitely some interest in a left tackle. Tristan Wirfs would likely seem very appealing to them at this juncture.
New England Patriots: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa
The Patriots would still probably move out of this pick, but a top-10 prospect from the 2019 NFL Draft who fills a need just fell to them. How could they not draft T.J. Hockenson as a replacement for Rob Gronkowski?
New Orleans Saints: Isaiah Simmons, LB/S, Clemson
Many considered Patrick Queen an option for the Saints because of the need at linebacker. The Saints passed on Queen in favor of Cesar Ruiz, but I highly doubt Ruiz would be the pick if Isaiah Simmons happened to be available.
Minnesota Vikings: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
The Vikings were hoping C.J. Henderson would fall to them before his stock rose late in the pre-draft process. They'd be extremely happy to obtain him with their second opening-round pick.
Miami Dolphins: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
The Dolphins liked Christian Wilkins enough to spend the No. 14 pick on him. They would be thrilled to land him at the 26th spot.
Seattle Seahawks: Brian Burns, DE/OLB, Florida State
It's always difficult to get a read on what the Seahawks will do because they draft differently than most teams. However, if an explosive edge rusher like Brian Burns were available, it's difficult to see them passing on him.
Baltimore Ravens: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
Marquise Brown and Patrick Queen are still available, but Devin Bush was considered a better prospect than both of them. We know that linebacker is considered a big need because of the Queen pick, so Bush makes so much sense at this spot.
Tennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, DE/DT, Mississippi State
The Titans were happy to take Jeffery Simmons in the teens last year, so they'd be thrilled to obtain him at No. 29 overall, especially in the wake of the Jurrell Casey trade.
Green Bay Packers: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
The Packers apparently hate Aaron Rodgers, so they pissed him off purposely by selecting Jordan Love. They could piss him off just as much with a better quarterback prospect in this combo mock draft.
San Francisco 49ers: K'Lavon Chaisson, DE, LSU
The 49ers spending another first-round pick on a defensive lineman? That's not exactly surprising, is it? In this scenario, they lost out on Nick Bosa, so they'd be in the market for another edge rusher.
Kansas City Chiefs: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
Andy Reid loves bolstering the trenches, and Javon Kinlaw is a mega steal at No. 32 in this combo mock draft.
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