Corey Long’s 2020 NFL Mock Re-Draft: Round Two

Last update: Friday, April 24, 2020.

This is a 2020 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 2 and 3 for Friday evening’s NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don’t expect to get many of these right, but it’s still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft.


By Corey Long – @CoreyLong

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  1. team img Cincinnati Bengals: Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State
    There are a host of tackles who could go somewhere between picks No. 25 and 45. I think Cleveland is in that group, and I believe he’s a tackle you can build an offensive line around. He might take some bumps as a rookie, but I think Cleveland’s long-term upside is good.


  2. team img Indianapolis Colts: Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
    Higgins (6-4, 216) is a nice big target who Philip Rivers will love throwing the football to when he is throwing on the move or looking for a big receiver to catch the fade route. Higgins is a great athlete who has the leaping ability of a high jumper, and he’ll play the physical game and be a great target in the red zone.


  3. team img Detroit Lions: Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M
    Let’s continue putting together that Lions defense with a defensive tackle who is known for his ability to rush the passer and making plays in the backfield – Madubuike had 18 career tackles for loss.




  4. team img New York Giants: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
    Anywhere in the second round should be a good spot for Shenault. He is still developing as a wide receiver, but he is dynamic with the ball in his hands and with a little creativity, he could be a play-maker early while he continues to develop his skills as a wide receiver.


  5. team img New England Patriots: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State
    Gross-Matos looks like a Bill Belichick type of player. He enjoyed a solid senior year with 9.5 sacks and 40 tackles. Gross-Matos is a pretty strong, physical player and has a high motor. Gross-Matos has shown that he can be solid against the run and provide some scheme versatility. The Patriot Way is about guys who can do different things, and Gross-Matos has some of that in him. I thought the Patriots might’ve taken him in the first round if they had stayed at No. 23.




  6. team img Carolina Panthers: Marlon Davidson, DE, Auburn
    The Panthers are going to go all-in on re-building their defensive line, and here they pick a player who will come in having good chemistry with their first-round pick, Derrick Brown. Davidson (6-3, 301) is a big guy on the outside, but he can move and was productive in college, leading the Tigers with 7.5 sacks last season.


  7. team img Miami Dolphins: D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
    Because there are so few teams that have issues at running back, the Dolphins could afford to address other needs and see what lands to them here at No. 39. Swift is one of the running backs who would probably have a first-round grade. Miami continues to make the most of its early-round draft picks.




  8. team img Houston Texans: Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU
    The Texans have some work to do across the defensive line to replace some aging pieces. Blacklock has some pass-rush ability and can help out there, but he has a history of playing nose and eating up space to help against the run.


  9. team img Cleveland Browns: Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota
    The Browns could go back to the offensive line and find an interior guy, but I think they would get more value at safety from this spot, and Winfield is one of the best on the board here. His size (5-9, 202) probably kept him from getting drafted in the first round, but his ball skills and football IQ will keep him from dropping too far in the second round.




  10. team img Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
    Even if the Jaguars feel good about Gardner Minshew, they don’t have much depth behind him, plus it’s better to have too many capable arms in the room than none. Eason has a big arm and size (6-6, 231). His issues have been consistency and pocket presence. Eason had problems handling pressure. He hasn’t played a ton of football and can use some time to develop. Eason threw for 3,132 yards and 23 touchdowns last season for the Huskies.


  11. team img Chicago Bears: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah
    Johnson was one of the more active defensive backs in the Pac-12 last season, notching 11 passes broken up. The big issue with Johnson is his physicality, and he’s going to have to put some work in the weight room to deal with the bigger receivers he’s going to face in the NFL. But I like his instincts and his fit in the Bears’ defense.







  12. team img Indianapolis Colts: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
    The Colts have some needs in the secondary, especially safety, coming into the 2020 NFL Draft. McKinney gives them help at safety and can play a little corner if you need it. I like the versatility he possesses. This is a good position to grab the top safety on most draft boards.


  13. team img Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
    The Bucs re-sign Ndamukong Suh on a 1-year deal, and this is a good defensive line draft to find some future bodies on the defensive line. Gallimore had 7.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks with two forced fumbles in 2019, which was good enough to be named a Third-Team Associated Press All-American.




  14. team img Denver Broncos: Matt Hennessy, G/C, Temple
    Hennessy is another name who is moving up the draft boards and could be the first interior guy taken in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Broncos have to get serious about protecting Drew Lock if they believe he’s their quarterback of the future. Hennessy has some NFL lineage, wtih his brother Thomas being a long snapper for the Jets.


  15. team img Atlanta Falcons: Cam Akers, RB, Florida State
    The Falcons signed Todd Gurley in the offseason, and I have no doubt he’ll outperform expectations because he has something to prove. But running back isn’t a one-man job and Akers can run, catch passes and is sturdy in pass protection. He will provide a nice complement to Gurley.





  16. team img New York Jets: Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
    The Jets have tried every way possible to get a quick fix at cornerback since the end of the Darrelle Revis days, but the best thing to do is draft one who will compete and mesh well with Jamal Adams. Dantzler played his best in big games, and he’s a long body (6-2, 191) at the position with decent hand strength. His style might get him picked on by officials early, but if his confidence isn’t shaken by the early struggles, I think he’ll be an asset over the long haul.


  17. team img Pittsburgh Steelers: Zack Moss, RB, Utah
    Moss comes from good bloodlines, as his cousin Santana Moss was a former first-round pick. Moss was a threat to leave after his junior year was a 1,000-yard season, but a knee injury kept him in school. As a senior, Moss rushed for 1,416 yards and 15 touchdowns. Durability might be a concern, but I see Moss as a fit for a team building for inside zone running like the Steelers.


  18. team img Chicago Bears: Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma
    I think I’m making this pick for one of my best friends, a die-hard Bears fan, as much as I am because of need. He believes Jalen Hurts is tailor-made to succeed in Chicago with his attitude and work ethic, and compares him to Russell Wilson. I don’t know about that, but if Hurts has that upside, Mitchell Trubisky can pack his bags now.

    Hurts was an absolute monster in his one year at Oklahoma. He threw for 3,851 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushed for 1,298 yards and whopping 20 touchdowns. He is a proven winner and was an integral part of four College Football Playoff teams and three SEC championship teams, coming off the bench and leading the Crimson Tide past Georgia in the 2018 SEC Championship Game.


  19. team img Dallas Cowboys: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
    Cowboys are certainly in line for some secondary help, and Hall might’ve had a first-round grade if injuries hadn’t grabbed him in 2019. Hall was a standout player in 2018, recording 22 pass breakups to lead all of FBS college football. He had surgery left ankle and missed the final eight games as a senior. Hall should be 100 percent, and if he is, this could turn out to be a high-value pick.


  20. team img Los Angeles Rams: Prince Tega Vanogho, OT, Auburn
    Andrew Whitworth is still a quality pro, but he’s 38 and the end of the tunnel is coming. It would be smart to get some young blood in there to learn from the grizzly veteran. The Nigerian-born Wanogho was a basketball and soccer guy until he discovered football as a way to maintain shape. He developed well in 32 starts at Auburn.


  21. team img Philadelphia Eagles: Ashtyn Davis, S, California
    Davis is a track guy who managed to also make a difference on the football field. He had 57 tackles, four passes defended and two picks as a senior. He is a fast rising on the draft board, and I wouldn’t be shocked if he was selected before this pick.




  22. team img Buffalo Bills: A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa
    Epenesa (6-6, 275) probably had a first-round grade from several teams, but he isn’t necessary a fast-twitch athlete and might be better off moving to the inside. He is very productive and had 10.5 sacks and 16.5 tackles for a loss as a senior. The Bills are going to be getting younger on the defensive line, and Epenesa is a good start for that.


  23. team img Baltimore Ravens: Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC
    The Ravens need to add to their receiver corps and diversify the weapons they have around Lamar Jackson. Pittman (6-4, 217) is a big target for Jackson, and he can run clean routes and get open. A pass catcher who can move the chains and get down the field would be a nice safety blanket for the reigning league MVP.


  24. team img Miami Dolphins: Grant Delpit, S, LSU
    The Dolphins already addressed the cornerback spot in free agency and then added depth to the position by drafting Noah Igbinoghene late in the first round. The safety position also needs work, especially after trading Pro Bowl Minkah Fitzpatrick to the Steelers. Delpit was going in the first round in a lot of mocks, but he has slipped a little and is here for the Dolphins on the back end of the second round.




  25. team img Los Angeles Rams: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
    The Rams were elevated to the top of the NFC behind a strong running game. Todd Gurley has moved on, not without financial grievances, and Dobbins will move in. Dobbins was the home run hitter for Ohio State in a dynamic backfield with future first-round pick Justin Fields. Dobbins rushed for 1,412 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. He can do more in the passing game than he was asked to do at Ohio State, so I like this fit.


  26. team img Minnesota Vikings: Josh Uche, OLB/3-4OLB, Michigan
    Uche (6-1, 245) is a late bloomer who spent most of his college career as a reserve until his senior season, but he amassed 15.5 sacks over his final two years, showing his value as a situational pass-rusher. He’s not a big, long athlete, but he can move and has tremendous feet. The Vikings are looking for a few things on the defensive line and bringing in a pass-rusher is a good start.


  27. team img Seattle Seahawks: Jon Greenard, DE, Florida
    Seattle is looking for a new pass-rusher. Greenard (6-3, 262) had 9.5 sacks as a senior at Florida after transferring from Louisville. He is a fast-twitch athlete off the edge and the type of pass-rush specialist who Pete Carroll seems to like. Greenard is very experience and occasionally overmatched blockers in the SEC with some good technique. He still needs help being a more honest defender against the run, but he has no problems getting to the quarterback.


  28. team img Baltimore Ravens: Josh Jones, OT, Houston
    The Ravens will be looking for some infusions of youth across the offensive line. That’s where drafting this young, athletic prospect out of the mid-majors fits in. He might not be ready or needed to play more than special teams in 2020, but the Ravens are getting older up front, so this is a good value pick for the future. Jones has a lot of upside to work with, and he would be a welcome addition.


  29. team img Tennessee Titans: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
    Fulton is a talented cornerback with enough consistency issues who he would’ve been considered a reach in the first round. He had an up-and-down senior season and seemed like he was either making a play on the ball, giving up a big play or getting flagged for a pass interference. The size (6-0, 197) and overall upside for Fulton is very appealing. He’ll be more of a rotational guy earlier, but eventually, Fulton will be lining up on the outside.


  30. team img Green Bay Packers: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
    Relax, Aaron Rodgers, there is some help on the way. The Packers have to walk the delicate balance between their eye on the future, which was clear by the drafting of Jordan Love, and providing their current All-Pro-caliber quarterback with the pieces he needs for another Super Bowl run. Mims (6-2, 204) had 66 catches for 1,020 yards with 12 touchdowns in 2019 and can fly, running a 4.38 at the NFL Combine.


  31. team img Kansas City Chiefs:Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut
    The goal, first and foremost is to protect the franchise. Pat Mahomes is the franchise, and Eric Fisher might be on his way out. Peart (6-6, 310) probably needs some time to get seasoning, but he’s a good athlete with size and quick feet. He has some upside and will eventually be assigned with protecting the franchise.


  32. team img Seattle Seahawks: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
    Russell Wilson needs more guys to throw to and some better targets around the red zone. Claypool (6-4, 238) is a big receiver who is tough but also has underrated speed after the catch. He could be a mismatch all over the field. He had 1,037 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior with the Fighting Irish. Claypool is very good value at the end of the second round.




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