The college football season is almost over and it is never too early to look ahead to the next NFL Draft and what team could be targeting. Here is the 2020 NFL Mock Draft November 28.
1. Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Cincinnati has decided to bench Andy Dalton, which means they will likely be in the market for a quarterback this offseason. Burrow has been the biggest riser in this draft class. LSU has a new offense and Burrow has been operating it to near perfection. He had only three incompletions against a solid Florida defense.
2. New York Giants- Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State
Young is a freak athlete and could help the team out immediately. The Giants rank in the bottom half of the league in sacks and when they were winning Super Bowls they had one of the best defensive lines in the league.
3. 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.
4. Washington Redskins- Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
Andrew Thomas has plenty of experience at left tackle for Georgia and looks like a lock to be an early first-round pick. The Redskins should get a replacement for Trent Williams and protect their franchise quarterback in Dwayne Haskins.
5. Denver Broncos- Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State
Okudah has great ball skills and can stick to a man like glue. The Broncos have played Kareem Jackson at safety and Chris Harris Jr. is on a one year deal.
6. Atlanta Falcons- Grant Delpit, S, LSU
Atlanta doesn’t have terrible safeties, but Delpit is a great player that could draw their interest. Delpit is a great safety prospect that could be a starter for the next decade.
7. Detroit Lions- Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
The Lions are playing well, but could still use some upgrades in the secondary. Diggs would’ve been a first-round pick last season, but he got injured.
8. Arizona Cardinals- Derrick Brown, DT, 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.
9. Jacksonville Jaguars- Isaiah Simmons, S/LB, 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. New York Jets- Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
Jeudy has shown flashes of being a number one receiver with his ability to get open and cut on a dime. The Jets need to get more weapons to help Sam Darnold progress.
11. Los Angeles Chargers- Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
Philip Rivers and the offense are having trouble moving the ball and a lot of that has to do with the offensive line. Wirfs is playing right tackle for Iowa, but is playing well and could be an early first-round pick.
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Adebo is a long, talented corner who is rising up draft boards. Tampa Bay has to fix their secondary if they want to compete.
13. Cleveland Browns- Walker Little, OT, Stanford
The Browns have a lot of good skill position players, but they neglected the offensive line and it is costing them. Little is out for the year with a knee injury, but should retain most of his draft value.
14. Las Vegas Raiders (via CHI)- 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.
15. Philadelphia Eagles- CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
The Eagles are struggling on offense right now and could use a better receiving core. Lamb is great once the ball is in his hands and should help the Eagles move the ball.
16. Carolina Panthers- Trey Adams, OT, Washington
Carolina has to figure out their quarterback situation between Cam Newton and Kyle Allen, but they should improve the offensive line for whoever plays the position. Adams has had injury issues, but was thought of as a first-round pick at one point in his college career. He’ll have to stay healthy in 2019 to be selected this highly.
17. Las Vegas Raiders- Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama
The Raiders need to get some playmakers in this draft to help build the team in Las Vegas. Ruggs is a fast receiver who should be able to get open often in the NFL.
18. Miami Dolphins (via PIT)- Austin Jackson, OT, USC
Miami needs help all over, but their young quarterback will not be able to develop without protection. Jackson is an athletic left tackle, who could be the cornerstone of an offensive line for years.
19. Tennessee Titans- Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
Tennessee has benched Marcus Mariota for Ryan Tannehill. They clearly need a new quarterback to lead the franchise. Herbert was a projected top 10 pick if he came out for the 2019 NFL Draft. If he can improve his accuracy, he’ll be a top 10 pick this season.
20. Indianapolis Colts- Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
Fromm has lost some of his draft stock this season, but is still worthy of late first-round consideration. The Colts need a quarterback of the future and can let Fromm develop behind Jacoby Brissett.
21. Jacksonville Jaguars (via LAR)- C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
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 eilte.
22. Dallas Cowboys- Raekwon Davis, DE/DT, Alabama
With Robert Quinn and DeMarcus Lawrence at the defensive end positions, the Cowboys can focus on the interior of the defensive line. Davis was overshadowed by Quinnen Williams last year, but still is a big powerful player.
23. Miami Dolphins (via HOU)- Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
The Dolphins need to get some weapons for a quarterback of the future to utilize. Reagor is a playmaker who has had a successful season for TCU, despite them not haveing a good passing offense.
24. Kansas City Chiefs- Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
Murray has good instincts and speed, making him a three-down player. The Chiefs need any help they can get on the defensive side of the ball.
25. Buffalo Bills- Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
The Bills offense isn’t quite where it needs to be and they can get Josh Allen an upgrade at wide receiver here.
26. 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.
27. Green Bay Packers- Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
The Packers have a good defense, but the wide receivers after Davante Adams haven’t played especially well.
28. Seattle Seahawks- Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
Seattle needs to protect Russell Wilson at all costs. Leatherwood is a versatile offensive lineman who could fill in at a variety of positions.
29. New Orleans Saints- Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
South Carolina upset Georgia this year and Kinlaw’s disruption was a major reason why. New Orleans should try to improve the interior of their defensive line.
30. Baltimore Ravens- Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
Moses is injured and out for the season, but he is a great linebacker. Baltimore needs better inside linebackers to make the defense better.
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.
32. 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.