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2020 NFL Mock Draft February 4

Football season is over and it is now time to look ahead to the next NFL Draft and what teams could be targeting. Here is the 2020 NFL Mock Draft February 4.

1. Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Just when it was thought that Joe Burrow couldn’t impress anymore, he dominated a great Georgia defense in the SEC Championship Game. Then he threw seven touchdown passes in the first half against Oklahoma. Now he’s a national champion. The Bengals need to get their quarterback of the future in this draft.

2. Washington Redskins- Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State

Young is a freak athlete and could help the team out immediately. The Redskins need to protect Dwayne Haskins, but they can’t pass up on the best player in the class.

3. Detroit Lions- Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Okudah has great ball skills and can stick to a man like glue. The Lions still have a shaky secondary outside of Darius Slay and could use a corner across from him.

4. New York Giants- Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

The Giants have played themselves out of the Chase Young sweepstakes and can now focus on giving Daniel Jones some more playmakers to work with. Jeudy has shown flashes of being a number one receiver with his ability to get open and cut on a dime.

5. Miami Dolphins- Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

The Dolphins clearly don’t believe in Josh Rosen, as Ryan Fitzpatrick has been starting. They should still get a quarterback of the future. Tua Tagovailoa’s injury looks like it could be healed in time for the draft. Miami can afford to take the risk on Tagovailoa if they keep Rosen or Fitzpatrick around.

6. Los Angeles Chargers- Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Justin Herbert just had a solid performance in the Rose Bowl. He looks the part of an NFL quarterback and could be the person to take over for Philip Rivers.

7. Arizona Cardinals- Derrick Brown, DT/NT, Auburn

Had he come out after last season, Brown would’ve been a top 10 pick. He has that potential this season if teams have a need for interior linemen. The Cardinals need to get better in the trenches on both sides of the ball this offseason.

8. Carolina Panthers- Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

The Panthers have to figure out the quarterback position, but also need to protect whoever is in the pocket. Willis is quickly rising up draft boards after a solid season for Alabama.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars- Isaiah Simmons, LB/S, Clemson

Simmons is a freakish athlete who has the tools to play both linebacker and safety. The Jags could use a versatile player on defense.

10. Cleveland Browns- Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

The Browns have a lot of good skill position players, but they neglected the offensive line and it is costing them. Andrew Thomas has plenty of experience at left tackle for Georgia and looks like a lock to be an early first-round pick.

11. New York Jets- Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

Becton is one of the biggest tackles in the class. The Jets need to protect Sam Darnold as he continues to develop.

12. Las Vegas Raiders- CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Lamb is great once the ball is in his hands and should help the Eagles move the ball. The Raiders need to get some playmakers in this draft to help build the team in Las Vegas.

13. Indianapolis Colts- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

The Colts need a quarterback of the future and can let Love develop behind Jacoby Brissett. Love has a strong arm, which will entice teams, but did struggle this season.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Grant Delpit, S, LSU

Delpit is a great safety prospect that could be a starter for the next decade. The Buccaneers missed out on Derwin James and could use a playmaker at the back of the defense.

15. Denver Broncos- C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida

The Broncos have Chris Harris on a one-year deal and need more cornerbacks outside of him anyways. Henderson is a good cover corner who could help with or without Harris.

16. Atlanta Falcons- Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

The Falcons need to get a better defense if they want to compete again. Diggs would’ve been a first-round pick last season, but he got injured.

17. Dallas Cowboys- Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

South Carolina upset Georgia this year and Kinlaw’s disruption was a major reason why. Kinlaw also impressed in Senior Bowl practices. Dallas has good defensive ends, but can improve the interior of the defensive line.

18. Miami Dolphins (via PIT)- Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

The Dolphins need to improve the offensive line if they want their rebuild to go well. Wirfs played right tackle for Iowa, but is played well and could be an early first-round pick.

19. Las Vegas Raiders- A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa

Jon Gruden has mentioned how tough it is to find a good pass rusher, so he’ll likely address that in the draft. Epenesa jumped out on tape when watching some of Iowa’s prospects that were eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft. He was a backup last year and now is getting a chance to shine.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (via LAR)- Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

After trading Jalen Ramsey to the Rams, the Jaguars might want to replace him to help their defense move back into the ranks of the elite.

21. Philadelphia Eagles- Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama

The Eagles are struggling on offense right now and could use a better receiving core. Ruggs is a fast receiver who should be able to get open often in the NFL.

22. Buffalo Bills- Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

Shenault is athletic and can make acrobatic catches in the NFL. The Bills offense isn’t quite where it needs to be and they can get Josh Allen an upgrade at wide receiver here.

23. New England Patriots- Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State

Gross-Matos is a part of a great defensive line and will likely go round one. The Patriots would love to scoop him up at the end of the round.

24. New Orleans Saints- Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

New Orleans should try to improve the interior of their defensive line. Gallimore is a prospect who got better every season in college and has worked himself into first-round consideration.

25. Minnesota Vikings- Tyler Biadasz, OG/C, Wisconsin

The Vikings have focused on running the ball more this season and they should get better interior linemen to make it easier on them.

26. Miami Dolphins (via HOU)- Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

Jefferson had four touchdown catches against Oklahoma, which reaffirms his draft stock. The Dolphins need to get weapons on the outside along with a lot of other things in order to improve.

27. Seattle Seahawks- Austin Jackson, OT, USC

The Seahawks need to start protecting Russell Wilson if they want his career to be long. Jackson is an athletic left tackle, who could be the cornerstone of an offensive line for years.

28. Baltimore Ravens- Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

Murray has good instincts and speed, making him a three-down player. The Ravens can get a steal late in the first round at an area of need.

29. Tennessee Titans- Trey Adams, OT, Washington 

The Titans declined Jack Conklin’s fifth-year option and could be in need of offensive linemen this offseason. Adams has had health issues in his time at Washington, but is a solid tackle when healthy.

30. Green Bay Packers- K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State

Hamler had a good season at Penn State, proving his ability to run after the catch. The Packers need someone other than Davante Adams to step up.

31. San Francisco 49ers- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

San Francisco has had a great season, but they can still add to their offense. With Tee Higgins, they’ll have a good outside threat for defenses to worry about to go along with Emmanuel Sanders and Deebo Samuel.

32. Kansas City Chiefs- K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU

Chaisson has been a good edge rusher for LSU and has unique athletic ability. The Chiefs can really improve their defense with another pass rusher.

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