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This is a 2020 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday'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 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft.
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Cincinnati Bengals: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
Prince Tega Wanogho is an athletic tackle who could play on the blind side in the pros. He's raw, so he'll need to be coached up.
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Washington Redskins: Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina
The Redskins will likely trade Trent Williams, so they'll need a new left tackle.
Detroit Lions: Kenny Willekes, DE, Michigan State
The Lions need some edge-rushing help outside of Trey Flowers.
New York Giants: Bradley Anae, DE/OLB, Utah
The Giants must improve their edge rush in order to help their poor secondary. They could double up on edge rushers if they don't sign Jadeveon Clowney.
Houston Texans: Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA
The Texans have a weak secondary, so they may use a mid-round pick to address this major liability.
Los Angeles Chargers: Gabriel Davis, WR, Central Florida
The Chargers gave far too many snaps to someone named Andre Patton last year. Patton may have been the least efficient NFL receiver I've ever seen in my life.
Gabriel Davis has great size (6-3, 212) and has generated a buzz among the scouting community.
Carolina Panthers: Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA
The Panthers need an insurance policy behind Christian McCaffrey, so a mid-round pick could be used on a running back.
Arizona Cardinals: Shane Lemieux, G, Oregon
Arizona added DeAndre Hopkins, but it still needs to improve the offense by bolstering the offensive line on a couple of occasions.
Cleveland Browns: Netane Muti, G, Fresno State
Here's more help for the offensive line, as the Browns certainly regret trading Kevin Zeitler.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Kenny Robinson, CB/S, XFL
The Jaguars need to double up on cornerbacks, given how horrible their situation is at the position.
Minnesota Vikings: James Morgan, QB, Florida International
The Vikings just paid Kirk Cousins, but they can't feel very confident that he's going to lead them to a Super Bowl. A mid-round pick could be used on a potential replacement down the road.
James Morgan has made a name for himself by being the best quarterback at the East-West Shrine, by far.
Denver Broncos: Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU
The Broncos should bring in a tackle to eventually challenge the heavily penalized Garett Bolles.
Atlanta Falcons: Nick Coe, DE/DT, Auburn
The Falcons missed Adrian Clayborn this past season. Vic Beasley, meanwhile, has regressed. I could see Atlanta doubling up on edge players in the first couple of rounds.
New York Jets: Casey Toohill, LB, Stanford
There's some talk that the Jets could cut Avery Williamson, so they may add a linebacker in the middle rounds.
Casey Toohill is a one-year wonder, but he played extremely well in 2019.
Las Vegas Raiders: Solomon Kindley, G, Georgia
Richie Incognito isn't going to play much longer, so the Raiders will need to find a potential successor.
Solomon Kindley has some impressive movement skills for a large interior lineman.
Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
The Colts may spend a fourth-round pick on a potential successor for Philip Rivers.
Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin
The Cowboys must find a new center to replace the suddenly retired Travis Frederick.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State
Jalen Hurts went to the wrong Pennsylvania team. The Steelers can find their potential successor for Ben Roethlisberger in Round 4.
New England Patriots: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
Jake Fromm was tremendous as a freshman for SEC champion Georgia. He struggled a bit in 2019, so New England could obtain him in the fourth frame. Fromm seems like the sort of quarterback Bill Belichick would love to coach.
Los Angeles Rams: DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami
The Rams might be interested in drafting two running backs, given the huge hole at the position.
Philadelphia Eagles: Jake Hanson, C, Oregon
Another quarterback is possible, or maybe a kicker or a punter. Perhaps even a seeker for the Eagles to catch the snitch.
There have been rumblings about a Jason Kelce retirement, so the Eagles may want to protect themselves in the middle rounds.
Buffalo Bills: Ben Bredeson, G, Michigan
The Bills don't have many needs, but they could stand to improve their blocking for Josh Allen.
New England Patriots: K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
New England's receiving corps was terrible last year, so the team should use a third-day pick on the position.
Minnesota Vikings: Logan Stenberg, G, Kentucky
Here's another offensive lineman for the Vikings, who really need to bolster Kirk Cousins' pass protection.
Arizona Cardinals: Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa
The Cardinals have needed help across from Patrick Peterson for quite some time. Peterson also happens to be an impending free agent.
Minnesota Vikings: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
The Vikings made the switch from Linval Joseph to Michael Pierce, but they still need one more defensive tackle.
Seattle Seahawks: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
The Seahawks traded for Quinton Dunbar, but they still need one other cornerback to strengthen their secondary.
Baltimore Ravens: Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty
The Ravens have a huge need at receiver, so another player at the position wouldn't be surprising at all.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Jet Anderson, RB, TCU
The Steelers weren't pleased with James Conner last year, so they're expected to target a running back.
Miami Dolphins: Curtis Weaver, DE/OLB, Boise State
The Dolphins haven't added to their pass rush yet, which is something they'll need to do.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
The Jaguars should make sure that Trevor Lawrence has a solid tight end at his disposal come 2021.
Kansas City Chiefs: Khalid Kareem, DE, Notre Dame
It wouldn't surprise me at all if Andy Reid adds multiple edge rushers this offseason, given how much he loves to bolster the trenches.
Khaleed Kareem generated lots of pressure for the Irish in their strong start last season. He has a nice frame (6-4, 265) with great upside.
Las Vegas Raiders: Antoine Brooks, S, Maryland
The Raiders could use some more depth at safety, given that they lost Karl Joseph this offseason.
Jacksonville Jaguars: John Simpson, G, Clemson
The Jaguars have severe offensive line issues they must address with multiple picks.
Miami Dolphins: Nick Harris, C, Washington
The Dolphins need upgrades on every spot of the offensive line, so here's a new center.
Washington Redskins: Stephen Guidry, WR, Mississippi State
The Redskins have two promising receivers in Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims Jr., but they need one more talented player at the position.
Stephen Guidry has great size (6-4, 190) and nice upside.
Atlanta Falcons: Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh
The Falcons could select two cornerbacks, given their big need at the position.
Seattle Seahawks: James Lynch, DE/DT, Baylor
It's shocking that the Seahawks haven't addressed defensive tackle yet, given that they need multiple new players at the position.
Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Metellus, S, Michigan
If Howie Roseman hasn't given up yet, he'll need to add to the secondary, as he lost Malcolm Jenkins this offseason.
Philadelphia Eagles: Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
I was tempted to go quarterback here, but maybe the Eagles will address their need at receiver.
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