"If God wanted us to play soccer, he wouldn't have given us arms."  Mike Ditka "If God wanted us to play football he wouldn't have given us brains." TFM

2020 NFL Mock Draft

Picks 17-32

17   OG   Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC   Las Vegas Raiders thumb_up_04.png

Vera-Tucker will replace the recent O-line defections.
18   DE   Azeez Ojulari, Georgia   Miami Dolphins thumb_up_04.png

The Fins need someone who can get 8-10 sacks and Ojulari is a special talent.

  CB   Jaycee Horn, South Carolina   Washington Football thumb_up_04.png

A physical press corner behind the Washington defensive front could be a lethal combination.

20   WR   Kadarius Toney, Florida   Chicago Bears thumb_up_04.png
Whether the Bears resign Allen Robinson or not, they need another weapon on the outside.
21   WR   Rashod Bateman, Minnesota   Jacksonville Jaguars thumb_up_04.png

Bateman and Trevor Lawrence can grow together the next few years.

22   DE   Gregory Rousseau, Miami   Indianapolis Colts thumb_up_04.png

Is Rousseau a one year wonder?

23   LB   Jeremiah Owusu, Notre Dame   Tennessee Titans thumb_up_04.png

Owusu has elite coverage skills and will only need to be an average tackler to be a defensive weapon.

24   LB   Jamin Davis Kentucky   Cleveland Browns thumb_up_04.png

The Kentucky product is a physical freak with coverage ability (5 interceptions) who would instantly make the Browns defense better.

25   OL   Sam Cosmi, Texas   Pittsburgh Steelers thumb_up_04.png

The Steelers offensive line struggles finally caught up with them at the end of 2020.  

26   RB   Najee Harris, Alabama   Houston Texans (from Jets) thumb_up_04.png
Harris would be the backbone of the Texans offense for the next 5 years.
27   WR   Rondale Moore, Purdue   Baltimore Ravens thumb_up_04.png

Lamar Jackson will need weapons if the Ravens expect him to become more of a pocket passer.

28   DE   Kwity Paye, Michigan   New Orleans Saints thumb_up_04.png

Do the Saints trade up for a tosser?

  DE   Joseph Ossai, Texas   Buffalo Bills thumb_up_04.png

The Bills are close, and a young edge rusher could help push the team over the top.

  OG   Wyatt Davis, Ohio State   Green Bay Packers thumb_up_04.png
If Rodgers stays in Green Bay this pick had better be an offensive player.
31   OT   Alex Leatherwood, Alabama   Kansas City Chiefs thumb_up_04.png
Eric Fisher was injured in the AFC Championship.  Leatherwood provides insurance for the NFL's most important asset.
32   LB   Zaven Collins, Tulsa   Tampa Bay Buccaneers thumb_up_04.png

Collins would join Lavonte David and Devin White to form the most formidable linebacking corps we've seen in decades.

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