Reader 2020 NFL Mock Draft

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Reader 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Picks 17-32

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  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
    I’m skipping this one because the No. 1 pick is effectively locked in already. I would also skip No. 2 but there are some strange people out there who believe the Redskins will select a quarterback despite Charlie Campbell reporting that the Redskins love Chase Young.

  2. Washington Redskins: Chase Young, DE/OLB, Ohio State
    Chase Young: 85.4%
    Tua Tagovailoa: 13.9%
    Justin Herbert: 0.6%
    Total votes: 158






  3. Detroit Lions: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State
    Jeff Okudah: 70.6%
    Isaiah Simmons: 19.1%
    Derrick Brown: 10.3%
    Total votes: 456

    Mary G: The first “tough” one. I think Detroit finds a way to take Okudah whether it’s at #3 or moving down to #5 or #6. Okudah and Simmons have so few holes in their game, and both fit pretty much any scheme. But a #1 CB can effectively erase a #1 WR; an offensive position that can (and often, does) determine the outcome of a game on any play. I love Simmons and pray he makes it to my Brownies at #10 (he won’t), but while the player’s game is sound all over, his position (even with that crazy versatility) is one where it’s fair to question his direct impact in the W/L column. In most drafts I have no problem with the Simmons pick, and I don’t think Detroit would make a mistake if they were to take him. But with a bona fide #1 CB with not only the game tape but the physical traits (height, length, size, speed, etc.) that teams love, it’s hard for me to see any pick here but Okudah. Also, this is likely Matt Patricia’s last chance with Detroit, right? Everything being equal, I’d think he’d go with one of the top five most important positions in the sport, and one that might actually effect his overall chance at keeping his job.

    Jonathan C: Yeah, I think either Tua goes #2 and the Lions take Chase Young, or more likely, the Lions trade down and Tua goes #3. So I’m guessing that none of these choices go #3.



  4. New York Giants: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
    Tristan Wirfs: 32.6%
    Isaiah Simmons: 26.2%
    Mekhi Becton: 15.9%
    Jedrick Wills: 14.9%
    Andrew Thomas: 6.2%
    Jerry Jeudy: 4.4%
    Total votes: 390

    Mary G: I feel as though this Giants selection is one of the toughest to predict.. I’ve seen several talking heads claim NFL personnel have told them they expect Simmons to be the pick. It makes sense; he’s a freak athlete at a position of (lesser) need. And he’d fit in really well from day one with all the other low-key moves the Giants made to improve on defense. But… isn’t Gettleman himself on borrowed time? Before coming here I saw a headline from Jay Glazer saying Gettleman is back with a year to prove himself. Certainly that means the beleagered GM needs to do what he can to protect his handpicked QB? I love Simmons, but my argument against Detroit picking him (he might not have as much as a direct impact in the W/L column) has to stand for the Giants, also. So that leaves which linemen Gettleman thinks can get it done… I’ve seen Wirfs, Becton, and of course Thomas all projected as legitimate left tackles. Thomas is the obvious pick for solid play from day 1, but his ceiling appears lower than the others. And with two outstanding athletic big men on the board, it’s got to come down to Wirfs or Becton, I think. Becton, the higher ceiling, lower floor guy, or Wirfs, the almost as high ceiling guy but a player whom many feel has the higher floor. I officially chose Becton, but I’m not confident about it. I can see a grumbling Dave Gettlman, unhappy because he knows he can’t take Simmons, grabbing the “freak athlete” tackle with the Trent Brown-like potential.

    Thomas P: Arrgh this is tough… Simmons would give the Giants a legit LB, something they haven’t had in years. Wirfs would help protect Jones and open up lanes for Barkley. I voted Simmons because there’s not another guy like him. Giants might be able to get a second/third tier OT in Round 2.

    Jason T: Giants fan thinking with back-to-back 1st round picks spent on offensive talent the last two years in Barkley and Jones, how perfect would it be to secure a tackle that can block to protect Jones and open run lanes for Saquon. OT is definitely a position where the talent at the top can be very high-end, so one of Wirfs (my vote) or Wills would be my pick. When it comes to Simmons I have no gripes, he’s outstanding and could play whatever position you want him in. I just think that the spot we’re in we need to keep improving that O-line so our offense can start putting better drives together

    Dennis C: I understand your point, Jason, and it makes sense, although their defense is so bad. Obviously, it would be best for them to trade with either the Dolphins or the Chargers and pick up an extra pick. I bet Miami would be wiling to give up pick 56 to move up one spot. Giants could take Simmons and then move back into the 1st round and take a LT, such as Jones or Jackson.

    Andy Q: My vote goes for Simmons, here. The Giants OLine certainly isn’t great, but it’s at least serviceable imo. Simmons is arguably BPA and we desperately need a LB who can cover.

  5. Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
    Tua Tagovailoa: 48.6%
    Derrick Brown: 44.1%
    Isaiah Simmons: 3.9%
    Justin Herbert: 3.4%
    Total votes: 1,244

    Mary G: I feel as though this Giants selection is one of the toughest to predict.. I’ve seen several talking heads claim NFL personnel have told them they expect Simmons to be the pick. It makes sense; he’s a freak athlete at a position of (lesser) need. And he’d fit in really well from day one with all the other low-key moves the Giants made to improve on defense. But… isn’t Gettleman himself on borrowed time? Before coming here I saw a headline from Jay Glazer saying Gettleman is back with a year to prove himself. Certainly that means the beleagered GM needs to do what he can to protect his handpicked QB? I love Simmons, but my argument against Detroit picking him (he might not have as much as a direct impact in the W/L column) has to stand for the Giants, also. So that leaves which linemen Gettleman thinks can get it done… I’ve seen Wirfs, Becton, and of course Thomas all projected as legitimate left tackles. Thomas is the obvious pick for solid play from day 1, but his ceiling appears lower than the others. And with two outstanding athletic big men on the board, it’s got to come down to Wirfs or Becton, I think. Becton, the higher ceiling, lower floor guy, or Wirfs, the almost as high ceiling guy but a player whom many feel has the higher floor. I officially chose Becton, but I’m not confident about it. I can see a grumbling Dave Gettlman, unhappy because he knows he can’t take Simmons, grabbing the “freak athlete” tackle with the Trent Brown-like potential.

    David S: For purposes of this poll, I’ll give my vote for Tua. Tank for Tua has been a thing for the Dolphins since last offseason. Fitzmagic has a cool cult following, but he’s not the long-term answer. Josh Rosen has shown no signs of being that guy. I still have no idea why the Dolphins wasted a 2nd round pick to trade for him. But I do think Miami would probably have to deal up for Tua in three weeks if they want him, otherwise they’d likely be looking at Justin Herbert or an offensive tackle at 5.

    Zach H: I don’t see Detroit keeping their pick. Chargers or Dolphins will move up for Tua.

    Mike B: I can’t believe people are going crazy for Derrick Brown. There’s no way the Dolphins pass on Tua

    Jason B: Some ppl have to be trolling with Brown. Even if they (by some miracle) don’t go qb- Isaiah Simmons is there lol.



  6. Los Angeles Chargers:
    Justin Herbert: 71.6%
    Isaiah Simmons: 10.5%
    Mekhi Becton: 6.4%
    Jedrick Wills: 6.4%
    Andrew Thomas: 5.1%
    Total votes: 391

    Mary G: Of the choices here, I think it has to be Herbert. He seems to have the physical tools for the Chargers offense and it’s been reported they like him. I’m a firm believer that Tyrod Taylor will have every chance to start; it might be best for Herbert to sit for a short time. After upgrading on the right side of their offensive line–which would be Tua’s blindside–I’m no so sure they don’t make a move up for the Alabama quarterback. But if they miss out or decide to wait things out, I think a QB is definitely in play and I think Herbert is a good bet.

    Nathan T: The real answer here is that the Chargers trade up to #3 to get Tua. No way they just sit back and take a bronze medal without at least trying.

    Idris T: If the Chargers don’t trade up and stay home. I think Isaiah Simmons will be the pick. Too good of a player and fills a need. Could also see an offensive tackle due to lack of depth and experience outside of the newly acquired Bulaga

  7. Carolina Panthers: Isaiah Simmons, LB/S, Clemson
    Isaiah Simmons: 58.8%
    Derrick Brown: 30.3%
    Andrew Thomas: 5.0%
    Mekhi Becton: 2.5%
    Javon Kinlaw: 1.7%
    Jedrick Wills: 1.7%
    Total votes: 119

    Mary G: I won’t lie, I’m not entirely sure what Carolina is doing. One moment I think they’re tanking (makes sense), another moment they seem fine with paying Teddy B. a ton of money over three years. He seems like a good placeholder while the Panthers build up their roster. So I’m going best player available here; I chose Isaiah Simmons. I love Brown but I think his bad combine will drop him from the top ten. And this spot seems too high for Kinlaw. Carolina can take Simmons and build their young defense around him and Brian Burns.

    Mike B: Panthers will be the quickest team the the podium to slam dunk their pick if Simmonds is still on the board.

    Andrew W: Easy selection. Brown is the 2nd best player in this draft.



  8. Arizona Cardinals: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
    Jedrick Wills: 36.2%
    Mekhi Becton: 29.5%
    Derrick Brown: 18.3%
    Andrew Thomas: 10.8%
    C.J. Henderson: 3.7%
    Javon Kinlaw: 1.5%
    Total votes: 268

    Mary G: I think it was Matt Miller who claimed he’s heard the Cardinals really like Brown. I don’t blame them, and I won’t be surprised if they take him. I also think C.J. Henderson (or Okudah) is in play here.. D.J. Humphries got $29 million guaranteed to play left tackle. I just don’t see how they pass on a right tackle of Wills’ caliber.

  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Brown, DE/DT, Auburn
    Derrick Brown: 57.6%
    C.J. Henderson: 19.8%
    Mekhi Becton: 11.1%
    Javon Kinlaw: 6.4%
    Andrew Thomas: 5.2%
    Total votes: 172

    Dennis C: I really think that Jacksonville will try to move up and get Tua. Minshew was fine in his debut, but I think he is more of a high-end back-up QB. Would Ngakoue and the #9 pick be enough for Washington to do that? They have the cap space.

    Kyle B: I don’t think they should take any of them. I’d lean towards a receiver



  10. Cleveland Browns: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
    Mekhi Becton: 57.9%
    Andrew Thomas: 39.5%
    Javon Kinlaw: 2.0%
    Patrick Queen: 0.7%
    Total votes: 152

    Thomas W: Well, it’s nice to see pretty much everyone agreeing that the Browns go Tackle. I think Thomas would be the more sound pick. Becton could be better, or he could eat himself out of the league.

    Nathan T: I mean… Tackle, right? They’re going Offensive Tackle?

  11. New York Jets: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
    Andrew Thomas: 42.6%
    Jerry Jeudy: 32.2%
    CeeDee Lamb: 18.1%
    C.J. Henderson: 4.0%
    Henry Ruggs: 3.1%
    Total votes: 453

    Mary G: It appears to be a two-horse race for the Jets between a tackle and a receiver. Either one helps out Sam Darnold. I know non-Jets fans probably don’t think much of Breshad Perriman, but we had him here in Cleveland and he did really well. Still, I think the Jets should take any of the three receivers they like most, as they are better talents than Thomas. All that being said, I think the Jets grab CeeDee Lamb. Missed a few earlier, including my Brownies. I think the Jags go CJ Henderson over Derrick Brown. But it wouldn’t surprise me if they do grab the DT.. I agree with the Mekhi Becton pick for Cleveland. If they stay at #10 it will be him, Wirfs, or Wills, whichever of the three is there and they like best. People keep saying Thomas, but he’s not really the athletic type of tackle Cleveland seems to be seeking for their new offense. If only Thomas is left I assume we trade back, pick up Ezra Cleveland or Josh Jones and select a linebacker or DT in the middle of the first.

    Devon M: It doesn’t make sense to me to have the Jets take Thomas when they just signed Fant to presumably play LT. Fant is no superstar, but he’s servicable. The RT spot could be Thomas’ for the taking, but I don’t think they’ll want to spend this high draft choice on one. They’re desperate for a receiver to help Darnold, which I why I think Lamb should be the choice as he has the highest ceiling ahead of Juedy and Ruggs.

    Robert D: Joe D has made it clear he values the trenches, and I don’t think he paid Fant to play LT. He’s taking whomever is left of the Big 4 OT’s and will dip into the deep WR class in rounds 2 and/or 3.

    Dennis C: Here is another thought: Now that the Patriots are obviously not going to be as dominant, would the Jets be willing to ramp up their rebuilding and trade their 2nd round pick for Trent Williams? They have about 17 million in cap space right now, and could throw in some mid-level player to create another 2-3 million in cap space. They could then, in this scenario, take Jeudy.

  12. Las Vegas Raiders: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
    Jerry Jeudy: 50.3%
    CeeDee Lamb: 33.7%
    Henry Ruggs: 5.4%
    C.J. Henderson: 4.8%
    Javon Kinlaw: 3.7%
    Kenneth Murray: 2.1%
    Total votes: 187

    Thomas W: Receiver for sure. If Al Davis’ ghost still has any say in the Raiders draft decisions, Henry Ruggs and his 4.27 40 speed need to start preparing for life in Sin City.

    Devon M: It doesn’t make sense to me to have the Jets take Thomas when they just signed Fant to presumably play LT. Fant is no superstar, but he’s servicable. The RT spot could be Thomas’ for the taking, but I don’t think they’ll want to spend this high draft choice on one. They’re desperate for a receiver to help Darnold, which I why I think Lamb should be the choice as he has the highest ceiling ahead of Juedy and Ruggs.

    Jared J: Mike Mayock recently said that first round wide receivers are hit or miss but I think that’s a smokescreen so a team like the Jets doesn’t take the Raiders preferred wide receiver. I think the Raiders will be fine with either of the top 3 wide receivers but if given a choice, they’ll be selecting the polished Jerry Jeudy.

  13. San Francisco 49ers: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
    CeeDee Lamb: 51.0%
    Javon Kinlaw: 24.0%
    C.J. Henderson: 11.5%
    Henry Ruggs: 10.9%
    Kenneth Murray: 2.1%
    Patrick Queen: 0.5%
    Total votes: 192

  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
    Javon Kinlaw: 27.0%
    C.J. Henderson: 19.7%
    D’Andre Swift: 15.1%
    Josh Jones: 14.4%
    Austin Jackson: 12.3%
    K’Lavon Chaisson: 5.3%
    Jordan Love: 3.9%
    Jonathan Taylor: 2.5%
    Total votes: 285

    Mary G: People in the media keep picking a tackle, but I’m not so sure any of the big four make it. It’s an area where the next still seems a bit of a reach. Outside of tackle and running back, I’m not overly familiar with Tampa’s needs. Do they need a CB? With Todd Bowles down there I think a guy like Javon Kinlaw probably makes the most sense.

    Rick T: I think the Bucs will target Swift or Edwards-Helaire. Probably an offensive tackle in round one, meaning Edwards-Helaire in round.

    Thomas W: This is why the Bucs need to try to trade up. Reacing for a project-y OT (Jones, Jackson) isn’t what they need.

  15. Denver Broncos: Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama
    Henry Ruggs: 74.5%
    C.J. Henderson: 16.4%
    Kenneth Murray: 5.7%
    Patrick Queen: 1.9%
    Austin Jackson: 0.6%
    Josh Jones: 0.6%
    Total votes: 159

    Devon M: Broncos and Ruggs at #15. Name a more iconic duo. But really, a deepthreat #2 receiver is arguably Denver’s biggest need, so the fit makes sense. As a Broncos fan however I do think there could be some better value elsewhere. I’m high on Kinlaw, and if he were to drop I’d prefer him, but since he didn’t the Ruggs selection is clear.

    David S: If any of the top three wide receivers are still on the board for the Broncos, Elway won’t take any time in turning the card in. They may even trade up for one if the cost isn’t too prohibitive due to having extra 3rd round picks from the Steelers and 49ers in the Emmanuel Sanders and Devin Bush trades. In a scenario where no trade up happened and the top three WRs/top four OTs as well as Florida corner C.J. Henderson were off the board, I’d see Denver bailing and targeting a receiver, corner or linebacker (Murray or Queen) in a trade back.

    Dennis C: If the draft plays out like this, I, as a Broncos’ fan, would be very happy. I want one of the top 3 WRs or top 4 OTs to fall to 15. Ruggs would be awesome. The Broncos could then trade up into the latter part of the 1st round and get a new left tackle, such as Austin Jackson. It costs a lot less, draft capital wise, to trade from the mid 2nd round to the latter part of the first than to trade up into the top 10 of the 1st round.



  16. Atlanta Falcons: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
    C.J. Henderson: 51.8%
    K’Lavon Chaisson: 28.7%
    A.J. Epenesa: 7.0%
    Patrick Queen: 4.9%
    Kenneth Murray: 3.5%
    Yetur Gross-Matos: 2.8%
    Ross Blacklock: 1.4%
    Total votes: 143

    Mary G: I think if C.J. Henderson is still on the board, Atlanta pretty much as to take him, yes? Javon Kinlaw makes sense if he’s still availabl

    David S: I could see a case for K’Lavon Chaisson if C.J. Henderson is not available, but if Henderson is available, the Falcons pretty much have to take him. They won’t compete defensively against Brees/Thomas/Kamara and Brady/Evans/Godwin without getting substantially upgrading the cornerback spot.



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2021 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 5/1): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2021 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (5/17) /Goals (4/23) /Backward Mock (4/18) /Emmitt Mock (4/11) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Senior Bowl Mock (1/30) /Overreaction Mock (1/4)
2022 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2022 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/30): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2022 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/28) /Goals (4/22) /Backward Mock (4/20) /Emmitt Mock (4/15) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Senior Bowl Mock (2/5) /Overreaction Mock (1/10)
2023 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/27): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2023 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/29): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2023 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/27) /Backward Mock (4/19) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Senior Bowl Mock (2/4) /Overreaction Mock (1/9)
2024 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/9): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5
Other 2024 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/15) /April Fools Mock (3/31)
Other 2025 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (3/23)
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