2020 NFL Mock Draft – Overreaction

Monday, Dec. 30, 2019.
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  1. team img Dallas Cowboys: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
    It took some time for Dallas to realize that Amari Cooper is not consistent enough to be paid like a franchise wide receiver. The Cowboys had Cooper on the bench with their season on the line, and their actions speak louder than words. Here’s a new No. 1 receiver for Dak Prescott.

    Shenault totaled 56 receptions for 764 yards and four touchdowns in 2019. He was one of the top wide receivers of 2018, totaling 86 receptions for 1,011 yards with six touchdowns.

    The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder was the No. 1 receiver for Steven Montez and made the Buffaloes quarterback look good at times. He is a dangerous run-after-the-catch receiver who is a physical runner and has quickness in the open field. Shenault is a very tough player, illustrating that by being the short-yardage back for the Buffaloes, notching five rushing touchdowns in 2018.


  2. team img Miami Dolphins: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
    The Dolphins grab a feature back for their offense. Miami really struggled to run in 2019 and needs more talent in the backfield along with the offensive line.

    Taylor has averaged 6.4 yards per carry in 2019 for 1,909 yards with 21 touchdowns. He has 24 receptions for 209 yards and five touchdowns as well. As a sophomore, Taylor averaged 7.1 yards per carry for 2,194 yards with 16 touchdowns. He had eight receptions for 60 yards as well. Taylor broke out in 2017, averaging 6.6 yards per carry for 1,977 yards with 13 touchdowns.

    Taylor has a nice combination of size, quickness, and natural running skills. He is power runner to go through contact with good balance and a burst to the second level. In the open field, he is tough to get down given his tremendous stiff arm. The junior also has shown some receiving skills despite limited opportunities.


  3. team img Oakland Raiders: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
    The Raiders could use a No. 1 corner to pair with Trayvon Mullen.

    Adebo totaled 33 tackles with four interceptions and 10 passes broken up in 2019. Against Northwestern in the 2019 season opener, he picked up where he left off in 2018, recording five tackles with two passes batted and an interception. However, he had an ugly game against Central Florida, getting roasted on some double moves. Adebo is an aggressive corner and will have to learn to play with more discipline. In 2018, he recorded 64 tackles with 20 passes broken up and four interceptions.

    Adebo (6-1, 190) is a big corner who has cover skills and a tremendous ability to play the ball. He also has good instincts and technique. While Adebo was superb for Stanford in 2019, the question for him will be if he can handle speed receivers at the next level.




  4. team img Jacksonville Jaguars: Kenneth Murray, OLB/ILB, Oklahoma
    Unless Telvin Smith comes back, the Jaguars badly need a linebacker upgrade next to Myles Jack.

    In 2019, Murray recorded 94 tackles with four sacks and four passes batted. The 6-foot-2, 243-pounder is fast and physical. He has good instincts and is always around the ball. Murray is a superb run defender with the speed and athleticism to cover. He looks like a future three-down starter in the NFL and reminds me of a young Thomas Davis.

    Murray was a tackling machine for the Sooners in 2018 and one of the nation’s leaders in stops, collecting 155. He also added 12.5 tackles for a loss with two passes batted. As a freshman, Murray had 78 tackles with 7.5 for a loss. He is an instinctive linebacker who is all over the field.


  5. team img Philadelphia Eagles: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
    The Eagles need more talent at cornerback, and they could have some options available to them late in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

    Henderson totaled 11 passes broken up and 33 tackles in 2019. He also missed three games with a leg injury. Henderson does a good job in coverage, blanketing receivers. Henderson is big, fast and athletic to run the route and prevent separation. However, he is an awful tackler and very soft as a defender.

    In 2018, Henderson totaled 38 tackles with two sacks, seven passes broken up, two forced fumbles and two interceptions. He was really impressive as a freshman, demonstrating excellent coverage and ball skills. Henderson totaled four interceptions with four passes broken up and 22 tackles that season. Henderson has excellent size to go along with speed and cover skills. He possesses a ton of upside as a cover corner, but he needs to improve his tackling and run defense.




  6. team img New England Patriots: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
    TRADE!! New England moves up with Tennessee. The Patriots could use some young talent on the inside of their defensive line, and Kinlaw’s versatility makes him a great scheme fit for New England.

    Kinlaw was superb for the Gamecocks in 2019, totaling 35 tackles, six sacks and two passes defended. The big defensive tackle broke out in 2018 with 4.5 sacks, 10 tackles for a loss and 38 tackles.

    The first thing that stands out about Kinlaw (6-6, 310) is his size. He is a tall, thick and good-looking athlete. After passing the eyeball test, one can see some special ability as Kinlaw really fires off the ball. He is quick to close and has strength to fight off blockers. Kinlaw gets in trouble when he stands up too high and working on his technique will help him to get more out of his excellent skill set. The junior college product has a lot of upside with a good skill set. Kinlaw has versatile size to play a variety of techniques in a 4-3 or 3-4 defense.


  7. team img Buffalo Bills: A.J. Epenesa, DE/3-4DE, Iowa
    The Bills could use an end to go with Jerry Hughes.

    Epenesa has 45 tackles with nine sacks, three passes batted and three forced fumbles thus far in 2019. He was excellent for Iowa in 2018, recording 10.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, four passes batted, 16.5 tackles for a loss and 37 tackles.

    The 6-foot-5, 277-pounder is a thick, physical and athletic defensive end who flashed pass-rush ability during an impressive freshman season for the Hawkeyes. That year, Epenesa totaled 4.5 sacks, 5.5 tackles for a loss, 15 tackles and one forced fumble. He looked like he was just scratching the surface of his potential.




  8. team img Minnesota Vikings: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
    The Vikings could use more offensive line talent to protect Kirk Cousins and open holes for Dalvin Cook.

    The 6-foot-5, 320-pound Wills has been the starting right tackle for Alabama the past two seasons and has been a steady performer for the Crimson Tide. He has the strength to open holes in the ground game with the quickness and athleticism to block on the edge. Wills looks like a quick starter at right tackle in the NFL.


  9. team img Miami Dolphins: Trey Adams, OT, Washington
    The Dolphins use their pick they got from the Texans to get their replacement for Laremy Tunsil.

    Adams blocked well overall for Washington in 2019 and was a good blind-side protector for Jacob Eason. Team sources say Adams impressed them during fall camp. Adams missed the majority of 2018 with a back injury but returned to the field late in the year. In the first half of the 2017 season, Adams went out for the year after a torn ACL. Sources stated they didn’t think that the torn ACL would have kept Adams from being a first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, similar to Cedric Ogbuehi in the 2015 NFL Draft.

    Adams was one of the top left tackles in the Pac-12 during 2016. The Huskies fielded a potent passing offense, and Adams did a nice job of keeping Jake Browning protected. Sources previously raved about Adams being one of the top talents for the 2018 NFL Draft class with franchise left tackle potential. They were impressed with his 2016 tape, including how well he did in one-on-ones with Alabama’s edge rushers in the Huskies’ playoff game.

    Adams is a smooth mover with length, making it tough to get by him. He plays with nice body lean and leverage that he uses to help sustain blocks. Adams has quick feet and is athletic on the edge. The 6-foot-7, 334-pounder possesses length and size to go along with quality quickness and athleticism. If he can stay healthy, he could be a franchise left tackle.




  10. team img Tennessee Titans: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
    TRADE!! The Titans move down with New England as this is a strong offensive line draft, so they can fill a need while also getting more draft picks. Tennessee declined the fifth-year option on Jack Conklin, so he could leave in free agency, but if he’s re-signed, the offensive line would be better off with him moving inside to guard and getting a new right tackle.

    Under head coach Kirk Ferentz, Iowa has produced a lot of good offensive line talent, so it was very noteworthy when Wirfs (6-5, 322) became the first true freshman to start at tackle under Ferentz. While being the regular starter on the right side in 2017, he did play left tackle in Iowa’s bowl game to end his freshman campaign, but he was back at right tackle in 2018. Wirfs is a powerful right tackle who is a strong run blocker at the point of attack. He also has the quickness and athleticism to develop into a good pass protector. As a sophomore, he didn’t allow a sack. Some NFL teams might consider moving Wirfs to left tackle.


  11. team img Denver Broncos: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
    TRADE!! Mirroring what Denver did last year, the Broncos move down with the Seahawks for more picks on Day 2. The Broncos add a home run threat to pair with Courtland Sutton. Reagor’s deep speed would pair well with Drew Lock’s big arm.

    In 2019, Reagor notched 43 catches for 611 yards and five touchdowns while also providing big plays as a punt returner. He impressed team evaluators in 2018 too, showing elite speed to generate separation and an ability to produce points. The sophomore totaled 72 receptions for 1,061 yards with nine touchdowns that season. In 2017, he collected 33 catches for 576 yards and eight scores.

    The 5-foot-11, 195-pounder lacks height and needs to be coached up on route-running, but he is a big-play threat who can take the top off a defense. Reagor is a true burner who could be a prospect who grades out similarly to Will Fuller or Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown.


  12. team img Green Bay Packers: Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
    The Packers could use a better No. 2 wide receiver to go with Davante Adams.

    Higgins has 56 catches for 1,115 yards with 13 touchdowns in 2019. As a sophomore, he totaled 936 yards on 59 receptions with 12 touchdowns. Higgins (6-4, 200) is a big receiver who presents a size-mismatch issue for defenses. He is dangerous red-zone threat given his length and leaping ability. He is a volleyball player-style receiver who is not a tough wideout to work between the numbers. Assuming his combine time is solid, Higgins runs well enough to get late first-round consideration and should go in the second round if he isn’t a first-round pick.


  13. team img Kansas City Chiefs: Raekwon Davis, DT/3-4DE/NT, Alabama
    Andy Reid favors taking interior defensive line early, so even if Chris Jones is re-signed, the Chiefs could consider adding more talent next to him.

    Davis has 43 tackles this season. He totaled 55 tackles with 5.5 for a loss and 1.5 sacks in 2018. His 2018 season didn’t produce the big sack total that he did in 2017, but team sources said they still felt that Davis would have been worthy of going as a top-20 selection in the 2019 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-7, 306-pounder turned in an excellent 2017 season for the Crimson Tide. He totaled 69 tackles with 10 tackles for a loss, 8.5 sacks and an interception for his breakout sophomore campaign.

    For the NFL, Davis projects as a nose tackle in a 3-4 or 4-3, or he could also play five-technique end in a 3-4 defense. His lateral anchor is rare and truly phenomenal. Teams just can’t move him at all in the ground game. Davis’ lower and upper body strength gives him a rare ability to handle bump blocks and double teams without giving up any movement in the ground game.


  14. team img Cincinnati Bengals: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia
    TRADE!! Cincinnati moves up with New Orleans to get more blocking talent for Joe Burrow. The Bengals need to grab a right tackle to go with Jonah Williams.

    Wilson has played well at right tackle for Georgia in 2019, and team sources say he has an early-round skill set. They feel Wilson is raw and needs development, thus he would have been better off going to the 2021 NFL Draft, but he decided declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-7, 340-pounder is a strong run blocker with excellent size at the point of attack. He has enough quickness and athleticism to go along with his size and length to block on the edge. However, he needs refinement for the pros. Wilson broke into the starting lineup as a redshirt freshman in 2018. Team sources feel Wilson had first-round potential given his size and skill set.


  15. team img San Francisco 49ers: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
    The 49ers could use a safety upgrade, plus their veterans are nearing free agency.

    McKinney has 85 tackles with three interceptions, two sacks, five passes defended and four forced fumbles in 2019. He broke out in 2018 as Alabama’s best defensive back, totaling 73 tackles with 10 breakups, two interceptions and one forced fumble on the season. The 6-foot-1, 197-pounder played strong safety in 2018, but he has shown the versatility to play free safety in 2019. McKinney has the speed to run with receivers and tight ends downfield with the size to handle bigger targets and tackling ability. He is a well-rounded safety who can do it all.




  16. team img Los Angeles Chargers: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
    TRADE!! The Chargers missed out on the top quarterbacks, but trade back into the first round to get an understudy for Philip Rivers. Moving back into the first round gives Los Angeles a fifth-year option on the rookie contract, which provides massive savings, especially on a quarterback.

    In 2019, Eason completed 64 percent of his passes for 3,132 yards with 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions. The 6-foot-6, 227-pounder has a powerful arm that can make all the throws and stretch a defense vertically. He can throw fastballs into tight windows that beat good coverage. Eason has quality field vision to work through his progressions and stands tall in the pocket. He is accurate in the short to intermediate part of the field and can make some beautiful throws downfield.

    With his limited experience, Eason is a bit raw and needs to show some growth in instincts. As a passer, he has some things to work on, including putting more air under the ball on some passes and throwing a softer, more catchable ball. That is a common issue with big-armed quarterbacks. He needs to work on climbing the pocket and not trailing backward. While Eason is not a running threat, he can move around some and his size makes him tough to get down.

    Eason sat out the 2018 season after transferring out of Georgia. He was injured in the 2017 season opener for Georgia, and Jake Fromm remained the starter for the rest of the season. The Bulldogs didn’t want to change their winning formula once Eason was healthy, keeping Eason as the backup. After the 2017 season, Eason transferred to Washington.

    At Georgia, he got good experience working in an offense under a respected coordinator with Jim Chaney that correlates more to the NFL than the vast majority of college offenses being used. Kirby Smart said one of the sad parts about Eason leaving Georgia was that his growth under Chaney wasn’t seen nationally. Eason completed 55 percent of his passes in 2016 for 2,430 yards with 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions in his freshman season.


  1. team img New Orleans Saints: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
    TRADE!! New Orleans moves down with the Bengals. The Saints could use an upgrade at the No. 2 receiver spot across from Michael Thomas.

    Jefferson has been superb in 2019, recording 102 catches for 1,434 yards and 18 touchdowns. The 6-foot-3, 192-pounder has length to go with some quickness and athleticism. He possesses enough speed to challenge defenses downfield and is very adept at making receptions over defenders. Jefferson is a mismatch problem and dangerous in the red zone. He has a lot of upside and looks like he is just scratching the surface of his talent. In 2018, Jefferson had 54 receptions for 875 yards and six scores.


  1. team img Baltimore Ravens: Terrell Lewis, DE/3-4OLB/OLB, Alabama
    TRADE!! Baltimore moves down with the Chargers. The Ravens could use more youth at edge rusher.

    Lewis totaled 31 tackles, six sacks and two passes batted in 2019. He was a dynamic edge rusher, showing speed, power, length, and some moves.

    Lewis was playing well in the 2017 season opener before sustaining an injury that cost him most of the season. He totaled just 16 tackles with a sack on the year, but scouts who watched 2018 spring football were raving about him. Sources believe Lewis has a ton of potential. Unfortunately, he tore his ACL in the summer of 2018, so he missed the 2018 season.

    The edge defender, formerly known as Terrell Hall, developed behind the scenes for Alabama in 2016. Scouts have told me the 6-foot-5, 247-pounder is big and quick, plus possesses surprising change-of-direction skills. They said Lewis has a great build and is dripping with upside.


  1. team img Chicago Bears: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
    The Bears could use a third corner for their defense.

    Sources from three different teams said they had Fulton graded in the second round, but they wouldn’t be surprised if he became a late first-round pick. Fulton (6-0, 192) has 32 tackles with 13 passes broken up and one interception in 2019. He had a mixed game against Texas with some nice plays, but he also gave up a touchdown and was flagged for pass interference. Fulton does a good job of running with receivers and preventing separation, but he needs to improve his discipline and also could stand to do a better job of defending the ball on 50-50 plays. Fulton had 17 tackles with one forced fumble, one interception and seven passes broken up in 2018.


  1. team img Houston Texans: Julian Okwara, 3-4OLB/OLB, Notre Dame
    The Texans need young edge-rushing talent. Jadeveon Clowney was traded away; Whitney Mercilus is entering free agency; and J.J. Watt is declining and has durability issues.

    Okwara was a potent edge rusher for Notre Dame in 2019, collecting four sacks, 18 tackles and two forced fumbles. He was ineffective overall when going against Georgia left tackle Andrew Thomas. In 2018, Okwara was a dangerous pass-rusher and good edge defender, totaling 37 tackles with 11.5 for a loss and seven sacks. It was a big improvement over 2017, when he had 2.5 sacks and 17 tackles.

    Okwara (6-5, 240) is an edge defender who Notre Dame lists on the defensive line, but NFL teams had him down as an outside linebacker for the next level on their preseason watch list. It will be interesting to see if Okwara gains weight to become a defensive end or stays lighter and fits as a linebacker. He could be a good fit as a 3-4 outside linebacker as well.




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