18 Sep 2020

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Destin Adams’s 7 Round Mock 1.0

Day 2

Round 2:

33. Cincinnati Bengals – Justin Jefferson WR LSU

Giving Burrow one of his favorite targets at LSU was too good to pass up here and the value of Jefferson at 33 will add to already great WR duo of A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd.

34. Baltimore Ravens (Via IND/WAS) – Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado

The Ravens first pick of the draft after trading out of the first and add 2 picks this year and a 2nd next year. This choice ends up working out great for Baltimore as they add a great big-bodied WR that has the speed needed to fit in with the fast-paced offense in Baltimore while also being able to high point at a high rate to give the reigning MVP a deep threat.

35. Detroit Lions – Julian Okwara DE Notre Dame

36. New York Giants – Ezra Cleveland OT Boise State

37. Los Angeles Chargers – Isaiah Wilson OT Georgia

38. Carolina Panthers – A.J. Terrell

39. Miami Dolphins – D’Andre Swift RB Georgia

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40. Houston Texans (Via ARI) – Terrell Lewis DE Alabama

The Texans first pick in the draft after trading their first to Miami. The Texans could consider WR here but because of the depth of the class they decide to wait and take an edge rusher to take the place of Clowney in Terrell Lewis who already has a lot of talent but then gets to learn from one of the greatest ever in JJ Watt.

41. Cleveland Browns – Antonine Winfield Jr. S Minnesota

42. Detroit Lions (Via JAC) – Ashtyn Davis S California

43. Chicago Bears- Kyle Dugger S Lenoir-Rhyne

The Bears first pick and they get one of the hardest workers in the draft to add to their secondary. Dugger is the biggest name out of the FBS in this years draft process. Dugger’s name has been catching steam all offseason long and finally here’s his name at pick 43. He spent 6 years in college and is already 24 so he is polished enough to be able to make an immediate impact for the Chicago defense.

TRADE:The Pittsburgh Steelers trade picks 49 and 124 to the Indianapolis Colts for pick 44

44. Pittsburgh Steelers (Via IND) – Jalen Reagor WR TCU

The Steelers traded their first-round pick for Minkah Fitzpatrick last offseason in a deal that would turnout to be more than worth it. They make another aggressive move to help give Big Ben another weapon in his return to the field from his injury last year. The Steelers add Jalen Reagor and his speed to complement JuJu Smith-Schuster.

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – J.K. Dobbins RB Ohio State

46. Denver Broncos – Noah Igbinoghene CB Auburn

47. Atlanta Falcons – Ross Blacklock DT TCU

48. New York Jets – Tee Higgins WR Clemson

49. Indianapolis Colts (Via PIT) – Jaylon Johnson Utah

50. Chicago Bears – Cesar Ruiz C Michigan

51. Dallas Cowboys – Lloyd Cushenberry III C Louisiana State University

The Cowboys offensive line took a major hit with the retirement of Travis Fredricks. They replace him quickly by drafting Lloyd Cushenberry III out of LSU. Cushenberry is arguably the most pro-ready center in the draft and can start day one for Dallas.

52. Los Angeles Rams – Damon Arnette CB Ohio State

53. Philadelphia Eagles – Bryan Edwards WR South Carolina

54. Buffalo Bills – Trevon Diggs CB Alabama

Not only is this a great fit because his brother was just traded here, but adding his top tier zone coverage play opposite of Tre’Davious White is a match made in heaven.

55. Baltimore Ravens – Akeem Davis Gaither LB Appalachian State

56. Miami Dolphins (Via NO) – Damien Lewis G LSU

57. Los Angeles Rams (Via HOU) – Curtis Weaver DE Boise State

58. Minnesota Vikings – Jabari Zuniga DE Florida

59. Seattle Seahawks – Matt Hennessy C Temple

60. Baltimore Ravens – Robert Hunt Louisiana

61. Tennesse Titans Jordan Elliot DT Missouri

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62. Green Bay Packers – Justin Madibuike DT Texas A&M

63. Kansas City Chiefs (Via SF) – Cameron Dantzler CB Michigan State

64. Seattle Seahawks (Via KC) – Marlon Davidson DE/DT Auburn

One of my favorite IDL prospects this year the Seahawks grab Marlon Davison to pair with Matos from round 1. Davidson holds a rare ability to play DT or DE at the next level and like Matos excels in both the run game and pass rush.

3rd Round:

65. Cincinnati Bengals – Willie Gay Jr. LB Mississippi State

66. Washington Redskins – Austin Jackson OT USC

67. Detroit Lions – Clyde Edwards – Hilaire RB LSU

The Lions have been trying to solve the running back portion for nearly a decade. Kerryon Johnson was projected a break out year but then had his season ended early to an injury. Edwards-Hilare has the skills to be used to complement Johnson or compete for the starting job in training camp. Either way Lions fans will love Edwards-Hilare and his ability to make big plays out of nothing.

68. New York Jets (Via NYG) – Bradlee Anae DE Utah

69. Carolina Panthers – Lucas Niang OT TCU

70. Miami Dolphins – Jonathan Greenard DE Florida

71. Los Angeles Chargers – Bryce Hall CB Virginia

72. Arizona Cardinals – Malik Harrison LB Ohio State

73. Jacksonville Jaguars – Raekwon Davis DT Alabama

74. Cleveland Browns – Jonah Jackson G Ohio State

75. Indianapolis Colts – Michael Pittman Jr. WR USC

76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Nick Harris G/C Washington

77. New York Jets (Via Den) – Amik Robertson CB Louisiana Tech

78. Atlanta Falcons – Joshua Uche DE Michigan

79. New York Jets – Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

80. Las Vegas Raiders – Jeremey Chinn S Southern Illinois

Jeremy Chinn is such a fun player to watch tape on. The guy can play safety, nickel corner, or even slide down to linebacker in some packages. That flexibility is what will attract GM Mike Mayock to Chinn. He will win over the fans in training camp with his aggressive play style and dynamic athletic ability.

81. Las Vegas Raiders (Via CHI) – Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma

82. Dallas Cowboys – Michael Ojemudia CB Iowa

83. Denver Broncos (Via PIT) – Prince Tega Wanogho OT Auburn

84. Los Angles Rams – Logan Wilson LB Wyoming

85. Detroit Lions (Via PHI) – Logan Stenberg G Kentucky

86. Buffalo Bills – Darrell Taylor DE Tennessee

87. New England Patriots – Jake Fromm QB Georgia

88. New Orleans Saints – Jacob Eason QB Washington

89. Minnesota Vikings – Netane Muti G Fresno State

90. Las Vegas Raiders (Via SEA/HOU) – Troy Pride Jr. Notre Dame

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92. Baltimore Ravens – Antonio Gibson RB/WR Memphis

93. Tennessee Titans – Matthew Peart OT UConn

94. Green Bay Packers – Adam Trautman TE Dayton

95. Denver Broncos (Via SF) – Ben Bredeson G Michigan

96. Kanas City Chiefs – Terrell Burgess S Utah

97. Cleveland Browns (Via HOU) – Jordyn Brooks LB Texas Tech

98. New England Patriots – K.J. Hamler WR Penn State

99. New York Giants – Van Jefferson WR Florida

The Giants get one of the biggest steals in the draft with Van Jefferson out of Florida. One of the best and most polished route runners in this class will become Daniel Jones’s favorite target. Jones killed the senior bowl shooting him up draft boards, but then an injury halted his rise and put question marks on him as a prospect.

100. New England Patriots – Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue

101. Seattle Seahawks – Ben Bartch OT St. John

102. Pittsburgh Steelers – Cam Akers RB Florida State

103. Philadephia Eagles – Troy Dye LB Oregon

104. Los Angeles Rams – Davon Hamilton DT Ohio State

105. Minnesota Vikings – Rashard Lawrence DT LSU

106. Baltimore Ravens – Kenny Willekes DE Michigan State

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