Two-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Chargers pick Justin Herbert, Dolphins trade up twice in Round 1


LSU

• Sr

• 6’4″

/ 221 lbs

Projected Team

Cincinnati

PROSPECT RNK

2nd

POSITION RNK

1st

Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galatica. Burrow to Bengals.

Ohio State

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 264 lbs

Projected Team

Washington

PROSPECT RNK

1st

POSITION RNK

1st

The Redskins probably won’t get enough of a trade offer to move out of this selection.

Alabama

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 217 lbs

Projected Team

Miami

PROSPECT RNK

5th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Brian Flores and Matt Patricia are buds. To me, the Dolphins are creating smoke that they don’t like Tagovailoa so teams won’t feel as compelled to move in front of them to pick him.

Alabama

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 312 lbs

Projected Team

N.Y. Giants

PROSPECT RNK

6th

POSITION RNK

1st

Wills fits the mold of the run-game specialist Dave Gettleman likely adores. And he plugs in at right tackle instantly, keeping Nate Solder on the left side.

Ohio State

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 205 lbs

Projected Team

Detroit

PROSPECT RNK

4th

POSITION RNK

1st

This development represents the best-case scenario for the Lions. They move back, get an extra second-round pick, and still land Okudah.

Oregon

• Sr

• 6’6″

/ 236 lbs

If the board falls this way, the Chargers would probably be one of the few teams willing to pass on Isaiah Simmons here. Herbert is Los Angeles’ quarterback of the future.

Clemson

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 238 lbs

Projected Team

Carolina

PROSPECT RNK

3rd

POSITION RNK

1st

Simmons is a no-brainer here for Carolina unless Matt Rhule’s club can trade back. Super athlete. Incredibly multi-dimensional.

Iowa

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 320 lbs

Projected Team

Tampa Bay

PROSPECT RNK

9th

POSITION RNK

2nd

The Buccaneers can’t wait around for a top offensive tackle to fall to them. So they act aggressively and fit Wirfs in at right tackle where there’s currently a vacancy.

Utah State

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 224 lbs

Projected Team

Jacksonville

PROSPECT RNK

19th

POSITION RNK

3rd

GM Dave Caldwell and HC Doug Marrone are on the hot seat, which catalyzes them to make a bold move at the game’s most vital position.

Georgia

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 315 lbs

Projected Team

Cleveland

PROSPECT RNK

15th

POSITION RNK

4th

This should be an absolute slam dunk for the Browns. Andrew Thomas has franchise left tackle tools and the Browns still need a game-changer at that position.

Alabama

• Jr

• 5’11”

/ 188 lbs

Projected Team

Denver

PROSPECT RNK

14th

POSITION RNK

3rd

From his time in Baltimore, Jets GM Joe Douglas knows the value in trading back. Even with all the receivers on the board, he moves back, allowing Denver to take one. Ruggs and Courtland Sutton formulate an awesomely complementary receiver duo in Denver.

Alabama

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 193 lbs

Projected Team

Las Vegas

PROSPECT RNK

12th

POSITION RNK

2nd

The Raiders want another talented wideout option and with the top four receivers gone, they don’t hesitate to pick Jeudy.

Louisville

• Jr

• 6’7″

/ 364 lbs

Projected Team

Miami

PROSPECT RNK

11th

POSITION RNK

3rd

With most of the top offensive tackles unavailable at this juncture, the Dolphins use an extra fourth-round selection to move up with the 49ers to pick who they hope will be their franchise left tackle for a long time.

Florida

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 204 lbs

Projected Team

Arizona

PROSPECT RNK

18th

POSITION RNK

2nd

The Cardinals don’t love how the offensive tackle board looks like right now, so they go best player available.

Oklahoma

• Jr

• 6’2″

/ 198 lbs

Projected Team

N.Y. Jets

PROSPECT RNK

8th

POSITION RNK

1st

The Jets trade back pays off in a huge way. They get a third and a sixth from Denver and still get Lamb inside the top half of Round 1.

LSU

• Soph

• 6’3″

/ 254 lbs

Projected Team

Atlanta

PROSPECT RNK

13th

POSITION RNK

2nd

I can’t get off this prospect-team pairing. Chaisson has All-Pro abilities and the Falcons have to get more talent on the edge.

Auburn

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 326 lbs

Projected Team

Dallas

PROSPECT RNK

7th

POSITION RNK

1st

Yes, the Cowboys signed Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe in free agency. Neither is a long-term solution at defensive tackle.

Baylor

• Sr

• 6’3″

/ 207 lbs

Mims isn’t exactly a yards-after-the-catch specialist, but he diversifies San Franciso’s receiver room.

LSU

• Sr

• 6’0″

/ 197 lbs

Projected Team

Las Vegas

PROSPECT RNK

22nd

POSITION RNK

3rd

After getting an electric wideout earlier in the first round, the Raiders grab a lockdown corner with slot flexibility here.

South Carolina

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 324 lbs

Projected Team

Jacksonville

PROSPECT RNK

10th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Sure, the Jaguars have used a bunch of first-round picks on defensive linemen of late, but with Calais Campbell gone, they have to rebuild that position. Kinlaw’s too good to pass up.

LSU

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 202 lbs

Projected Team

Philadelphia

PROSPECT RNK

31st

POSITION RNK

5th

Instead of moving up for a consensus top receiver, the Eagles stay patient and still get Jefferson.

TCU

• Jr

• 5’11”

/ 206 lbs

Projected Team

Minnesota

PROSPECT RNK

45th

POSITION RNK

9th

Reagor is a springy, explosive wideout who steps in the vacancy left by the Stefon Diggs trade.

Iowa

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 275 lbs

Projected Team

New England

PROSPECT RNK

16th

POSITION RNK

3rd

Epenesa isn’t too different from former Patriots star Trey Flowers, a long, handwork specialist who can play anywhere along the defensive line.

LSU

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 229 lbs

Projected Team

New Orleans

PROSPECT RNK

34th

POSITION RNK

3rd

The Saints stay local and address the linebacker spot with a coverage specialist.

TCU

• Sr

• 5’10”

/ 191 lbs

Projected Team

Minnesota

PROSPECT RNK

36th

POSITION RNK

6th

Gladney is a feisty man-to-man and off-coverage corner with lightning-quick click-and-close skills who plays the ball well as it’s arriving.

Alabama

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 201 lbs

Projected Team

Miami

PROSPECT RNK

17th

POSITION RNK

1st

The Dolphins get a field general for the back seven of their defense with the ultra-versatile McKinney.

Boise State

• Jr

• 6’6″

/ 311 lbs

Projected Team

Seattle

PROSPECT RNK

49th

POSITION RNK

7th

Cleveland is an athletic freak at the offensive tackle position, which the Seahawks need to address early in this draft.

Michigan

• Jr

• 6’3″

/ 307 lbs

Projected Team

Baltimore

PROSPECT RNK

67th

POSITION RNK

13th

Have to go back to this pairing, because it’s exquisite. Ruiz is a wide, athletic run-blocking specialist at center who’s still 20 years old.

Houston

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 319 lbs

Projected Team

Tennessee

PROSPECT RNK

32nd

POSITION RNK

5th

The Titans need an instant replacement for Jack Conklin at right tackle, and although Jones played on the left side at Houston, he fits here.

Colorado

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 227 lbs

Projected Team

Green Bay

PROSPECT RNK

33rd

POSITION RNK

6th

Shenault is a freak after the catch because he’s so tough to bring to the turf and twitchy for a large, compact receiver.

Auburn

• Jr

• 5’10”

/ 198 lbs

Igbinoghene should sneak into Round 1 based on his flexibility, electric movement skills, and fine film in only his second year playing cornerback in 2019.

Missouri

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 302 lbs

Projected Team

Kansas City

PROSPECT RNK

72nd

POSITION RNK

7th

With not much wiggle room cap-wise and Chris Jones playing on the franchise tag this season, the Chiefs get some insurance at defensive tackle with another long pass rusher.





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