2020 NFL Mock Draft - Rev 11

December 11, 2019 2:00 AM EST
2020 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 Picks 1-16
7 Rounds of Results / Round 1 with comments
  • Giants move up to #2, draft EDGE Chase Young
  • Bengals, Chargers, Dolphins get top-3 QBs Burrow, Herbert, Tua
  • The Los Angeles Rams, Houston, Chicago and Pittsburgh do not possess Round 1 picks in the 2020 draft. Comments for those team can be found on the Round 2 page.
  • The selection order was determined by standard strength-of-schedule criteria. Next Mock Draft December 24.

Round 1 Picks 1- 16 (Below)

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1 Cincinnati
Joe Burrow
LSU
QB
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
216
Joe Burrow NFL Draft photo
At first, it looked as if the Red Rifle might really lead the Bengals to a second-straight win, putting the #1-overall pick in jeopardy, but Cincinnati came to their senses and allowed the Browns to walk all over them. With poor play on both sides of the ball, Zac Taylor's seat has to be hot, even if he is a first-year head coach. Regardless of who ends up at the helm in 2020 and beyond, Joe Burrow has a 59% percent chance of donning tiger stripes next fall, according to Football Outsiders. While that number might not seem as high as one would think, consider that the next-highest probability is the NYG at just 25%.

On another positive note, the Bengals still sit at 30th-overall in DVOA and are not on the all-time worst DVOA list that the Dolphins currently find themselves on. In EVEN BETTER news, the Bengals have the best special-teams unit in the league. So...woohoo!?

Beyond just giving the young man more time to grow into an effective head coach, the biggest feather in Taylor's cap has to be the change in discipline in Cincy. Known for having undisciplined, penalty-prone teams (bottom-10 in penalties 4 out of the last 5 years), the Bengals are currently 3rd-best in the league when it comes to penalties, which could point to a very clear culture change. All that truly matters, however, is how Burrows plays in orange and black in 10 months and beyond.

- Kennedy Paynter, DraftTek Senior Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

2 NY Giants
Chase Young
Ohio State
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
265
Chase Young NFL Draft photo
Giants' defensive struggles have not been a secret this season. They rank 20th in 3rd down efficiency, 23rd in team sacks, and rank bottom-5 in opponent completion percentage at 67%, and yards per completion at 11.6. And I'm sure they're ranked 33rd in something...only the Giants can make that possible. Young is the best EDGE defender in his class, and playing alongside of Dalvin Tomlinson, Dexter Lawrence and Leonard Williams, he should have plenty of 1-on-1 opportunities. Young doesn't fix everything, and the position needs depth, but defense is played on a string. Making the front-end better makes a bad secondary look good and acquiring Chase Young is a good building block.

In 2019, he had 4 games with at least 2 sacks, finishing the regular season with 16.5 sacks, setting a new Ohio State single-season record. Among Power-5 conferences, Young is top 3 in tackles for loss, disrupted drop-backs, and defensive pressure. All of those point directly to the Giants' struggles over the last few seasons in their attempt to find pass rushers. He's got the speed to play Wide-9, 7-Tech and the size/strength to play 5-tech or heads up on the Tackle and work his way through the B gap. Due to the versatility, strength, and savvy, Ohio State actually ranked bottom 5 in blitzes in 2019, meaning Young had plenty of double-teams to beat on his way to setting the school record in sacks. However, Young is not the perfect prospect; he will need to develop a better counter move when working back inside at the NFL level. Watching the film, I don't like to see the EDGE rusher constantly get deeper than the QB and free up the lane to step up in the pocket or take off running while he's blocked out of the play.

Mike Diffin, Giants Analyst

3 Washington
Jerry Jeudy
Alabama
WRF
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
192
Jerry Jeudy NFL Draft photo
Although the Redskins entered Lambeau Field on a two-game heater (lol), and actually fared well defensively once again --this time against an elite quarterback-- the team is 31st-overall in DVOA (also 31st in weighted DVOA) according to Football Outsiders. The defense, however, has climbed from 24th in the league to 21st in the league in just three weeks, which is good for a weighted defensive DVOA of 19th overall.

The team's benching of Josh Norman appears to have paid dividends, as Fabian Moreau has fared much better outside than in, and rookie Jimmy Moreland has been more and more effective in the slot. Montez Sweat appears to be taking a step forward, as has the defense's ability to create pressure as a unit up front. The unit has racked up 17 sacks over the past four games (best in the league over that span), which is 42.5% of their sacks this season as a whole. The Redskins now rank 7th in sacks in the league and are trending upward in that category.

The offense is a completely different story, as the unit has maintained their 32nd-overall DVOA from two weeks ago. Dwayne Haskins has shown incremental improvement, as well as some toughness playing through an ankle injury on Sunday, but this offense remains putrid. Playmakers are a must moving forward.

- Kennedy Paynter, Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

4 Miami
Andrew Thomas
Georgia
OT
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Andrew Thomas NFL Draft photo
It sounds strange to say it, but I'm really enjoying this season. The team deserves maximum credit for continuing to fight hard with limited talent. No one embraces the fight more that Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick is a joy to watch, and he never gives up. If Fitzmagic was 10 years younger, the Dolphins would not need to consider drafting a QB. Fitzmagic is also Miami's best running back at the moment.

We're far removed from the talk of tanking, and I now care far more about winning than I do about draft position. Regardless of Miami's final record this season, they have accomplished so much. In ridding the roster of overpaid veterans, they have given opportunities to hungry, perfectly capable, younger players. Miami also projects to have well over $100M in cap space in 2020. Let's also not forget that Miami has 5 draft picks in the first two rounds next year, and numerous picks in the later rounds. OK, Miami needs to add players at all positions to be able to challenge, but they'll never have a better opportunity to do it. Nobody can doubt that Brian Flores is the perfect man to drive this juggernaut forward. Flores' passion is captivating.

Miami's draft strategy must have changed in recent weeks. No longer is it "QB or Bust". I could easily handle another season of Fitzmagic if it means Miami accumulates elite talent, and doesn't reach for the signal-caller. If by some miracle, Joe Burrow slips down to where Miami picks, then we have to take him. Otherwise, go best player available.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

5 Detroit
Jeffrey Okudah
Ohio State
CB
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
200
Jeffrey Okudah NFL Draft photo
As hard as it is for me to say, I'm kind of glad that more and more Lions' fans, analysts, and beat writers are seeing the light about this club. After a Thanksgiving Day loss to Trubisky's Bears (we called it) and an expected loss against the Vikings, the Lions have all but secured their spot at being in the cellar of the NFC North for the 2019 season. A team that was 9-7 in 2017 is now just 3 potential losses away from finishing this season 3-12-1. In other words, Matt Patricia is responsible for regressing this team by 6 games in his first 2 seasons (6-10 in Year 1). Not good.

There's a rumor that no GM or Head Coach change is even being discussed for Detroit and that they are actually considering giving Quinn and Patricia both another year to turn it around. Early on this season, we had mentioned how this was a make-or-break year for the Quinn-Patricia duo, especially after a mediocre draft. Big free-agent signings like Justin Coleman, Trey Flowers, and even considering the change in Offensive Coordinator to Darrell Bevell, seemed to mitigate a less-than-stellar draft and give us fans hope that this would be the year we'd see some progress. Instead, the defense has regressed mightily from a top-10-overall squad to a defense that allows the 3rd-most passing yards per game in the entire NFL (276 per game). Stafford, Hockenson, and Kerryon Johnson's injuries don't do this spin any favors, but I'm honestly just not sure how an organization can rationalize this rate of regression to give Quinn-Patricia one more year.

On the surface, it just seems that Quinn and Patricia don't know exactly what they're doing. They don't draft well, they have spent money on free agents that haven't truly helped, they talk about "inconsistencies" and "culture change", but their decision-making says they're ready to win now. It's awfully confusing. Some could say Quinn's simply lying to the fans to buy good will and continue to sell hope but the numbers don't lie; this team is bad and the decisions they've made to improve the roster haven't worked. The bottom line is, they truly feel as though the moves they've made were to better the football team and, honestly Bob, it just hasn't been "good enough".

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst

6 Arizona
Austin Jackson
USC
OT
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Austin Jackson NFL Draft photo
The Cards have a number of holes to fill in order to continue improvement into 2019. Paramount is Offensive Tackle, where LOT D.J. Humphries hits the free-agent streets following this season. Not to be outdone, all the ROT's are leaving too; UFA Marcus Gilbert (IR), UFA Jordan Mills (also IR), and RFA Justin Murray. Out of neccessity, Murray has taken 75% of the total snaps on the right side. He's performed about as expected for a league minimum RFA, allowing 9 sacks, which places him among the bottom-10 players in the NFL in that category. As a Restricted Free Agent, the Cardinals have an option to match any offer that Murray may receive from another team.

The switch from a string of defensive-minded coaches to offensive guru Kliff Kingbury has negatively impacted the Cardinals' defensive performance. The team is allowing a league-worst 414.7 yards per game. They're last in passing yardage allowed (294.2), despite a Week-14 game which held the Steelers' UFA rookie Duck Hodges to just 152 yards. By comparison, in 2018 the Cards allowed 324 total ypg and just 204 passing ypg (4th in the NFL). Yes, Robert Alford is on IR, but the team has too much talent in the secondary to be rated this low. A returned focus to the defensive side of the ball, coupled with a year of seasoning for rookies Byron Murphy and the Thompson brothers should result in better performance in 2020.

BTW, DraftTek is looking for a Cardinals' writer/analyst to study team needs and prepare mock draft comments. If you bleed Cardinal red and black and have, at a minimum, college-level writing and analytical skills, drop an email to Drafttek1@gmail.com.

7 Jacksonville
Derrick Brown
Auburn
DL1T
Reach/Value:
+5
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
318
Derrick Brown NFL Draft photo
What was once a 4-4 team looking to go toe-to-toe with Indy, Tennessee, and Houston for the AFC's South crown is now a 4-9 team looking like the kid brother wishing he could play pick-up with the big kids. Week 13 was a new low: a 45-10 beatdown at home by another of the NFL's 4-win teams. Several teams have hit rock-bottom during this 2019 season --the Dolphins, the Redskins, the Jets, and so on. However, those teams have re-grouped and are now playing hard, competitive football to provide a positive springboard into the 2020 season. The Jags have mentally thrown in the towel, getting outscored 174-57 in the recent 5 losses --an average score of 35-11. They'll limp into the off-season, all will be fired, and owner Shahid Khan will start anew.

As a senior draft analyst, I don't really know what to do with this pick, as even the Jags' backbone players are showing poorly. I don't think that the team will look at a QB here with Foles and Minshew on board, but all other positions are fair game. Derrick Brown is as good a choice as any here. A top-5 prospect, Brown provides nice value at the #7 pick, and he very well could be available as teams selecting above will focus on QB and OT. The DL is worst in the NFL in rushing defense, allowing 5.3 ypc. The Chargers are not a strong rushing team, they're ranking 22nd in the NFL with 1,264 yards and 4.1 ypc, but watching Austin Eckeler and Melvin Gordon ramble through huge holes for 195 yards and 6.5 ypc was telling. Here's an in-depth scouting report on Brown, and what he's capable of.

8 Atlanta
Yetur Gross-Matos
Penn State
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
262
Yetur Gross-Matos NFL Draft photo
Atlanta's uneven season continues. They carom from a pair of excellent wins in New Orleans and Carolina, then play terribly at home against the Buccaneers and Saints. They then absolutely wreck the Panthers at home. Of course --like last season-- every win at this point moves them further from the top of the draft. It is possible that Atlanta will enter the draft season with both a new Head Coach and a new General Manager, and they will be tasked with immediately returning Atlanta to competitive relevance. It is difficult to see Arthur Blank countenancing a full tear-down, given the amount of resources on the roster. They are already over the salary cap for next season, and if there is a new coaching staff, they will need premium draft picks to rebuild the roster.

The recent return of last year's 14th-overall pick, Chris Lindstrom, has brought some stability to an offensive line that ranks 25th in run blocking . If so, that could fix much of the offensive woes (at least until they rid themselves of Dirk Koetter's Paint-By-Numbers offense). Fixing the defense will be trickier, as they could use help on all three levels. Recent injuries to playmakers on both sides of the ball --Calvin Ridley and Desmond Trufant join Keanu Neal on Injured Reserve-- should allow the Falcons to evaluate younger players. The biggest question remains who will be making those decisions in April.



9 NY Jets
Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
304
Alex Leatherwood NFL Draft photo
The Jets stand at 5 wins on the season but are one defeat away from their 4th losing season in a row, a feat not achieved by this franchise since the 1970's. Despite this, there have been some improvements this year.

Praise must be given to DC Greg Williams for a very good season by his unit. The Jets' Defense has been decimated by injury but despite this, they rank 2nd against the run, giving up 78.8 YPG, a huge improvement on last year, when the team ranked 26th. Their rank of 18th against the Pass, giving up 242 YPG is another improvement on 2018 when they ranked 24th. The unit's latest performance against Miami, with their refusal to allow a TD, all while missing Jamal Adams on top of everything else, must cement Greg Williams as one of the best DC's in the league.

On Offense, Sam Darnold has been very steady over the last 5 games. In that stretch, Darnold has averaged 269 YPG, with 7.7 YPA, 11 TD's to 2 INT's and a 101 passer rating. Robby Anderson is another who has come alive late in the season, with back to back 100 yard games. The real major negative is the O-Line. Despite an upturn in performance from some of the back-ups in recent weeks, the Jets still rank 28th in Sacks allowed. Expect new GM Joe Douglas to retool the O-Line in Free Agency and the Draft.

Alabama Left Tackle, Alex Leatherwood is a good option here.

10 LA Chargers
Justin Herbert
Oregon
QB
Reach/Value:
+5
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
225
Justin Herbert NFL Draft photo
The Chargers enjoyed a nice easy win on Sunday, leading The Athletic beat writer Daniel Popper to thoughts that they might not be so bad after all. I mean, their +38 scoring margin this year is better than a number of teams in the playoff hunt, just one less than the 10-win Packers. Not so fast, DP! With inaccuracy and INT percentages in the Jameis Winston neighborhood, Philip Rivers has been a case study in dropping off a cliff this year.

While there are many pieces in place on this roster and no hot-seat warnings for Coach Anthony Lynn or GM Tom Tedesco, it is time to pass the torch at QB. Justin Herbert is a legit franchise QB prospect and slotting him in as the heir would be a salve for the tattered hopes of Charger Nation after this year's letdown. A strapping 6-6 and 230, Herbert has a rocket arm, gaudy stats, and proto-QB1 leadership tendencies. He won't be running any RPO's but he's athletic and nimble enough to cover up some of the Chargers' O-Line deficiencies.

-- Jud Branam, Chargers Analyst

11 Denver
Grant Delpit
LSU
S
Reach/Value:
-5
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
203
Grant Delpit NFL Draft photo
In our last mock draft, I went out on a limb and predicted Tua Tagovailoa as the Broncos' selection. At the time, we hadn't seen Drew Lock play a meaningful snap, and recent history with John Elway's decisions regarding the position triggered flashbacks of Paxton Lynch. However, a two-game winning streak in Lock's first two starts in which the rookie quarterback largely outplayed Deshaun Watson in the latter has forced me to reconsider. The top three positions I continue to consider are OL, WR, and DB, which is why I went with Delpit. Justin Simmons is playing his way toward an expensive pay day this offseason, and if Denver chooses to allocate their resources elsewhere, they need an adequate replacement. The LSU safety could be just that, and while some have dropped him down their boards due to a junior year where his tackling has come into question, I'd strongly recommend checking out his sophomore tape. The more likely source to his tackling issues has been his health. He has battled an ankle injury through the back half of the season. Delpit has collected 190 tackles, six sacks, and eight interceptions during his three years in Baton Rouge, and that ability to make plays anywhere on the field will fit in perfect with Vic Fangio's defense.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst

12 Carolina
Isaiah Simmons
Clemson
S
Reach/Value:
+0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
225
Isaiah Simmons NFL Draft photo
After an embarrassing loss to one of the worst teams in football in the Washington Redskins, the Carolina Panthers' front office and their brand-new owner, David Tepper, did what I thought they wouldn't.The Panthers fired Head Coach Ron Rivera after 9 years on the job. The firing was handled with dignity and respect as it should have been. Ron Rivera has done great things for the Panthers and will go down as the organization's winningest head coach. But as I've alluded to in previous mock draft comments for DraftTek, change was inevitable, and needed. It will ultimately serve as a good thing that owner David Tepper decided to get ahead of the curve on the NFL's annual coaching carousel, as a few marquee head coaching positions could be opening up in the coming months --namely those of the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns.

However, the Carolina Panthers still look and play like one of the worst teams in football, and Interim Head Coach Perry Fewell has the unenviable job of trying to motivate a Panthers' team that now has no shot of even making the playoffs. Opposing offenses continue to run rampant on Carolina's front 7, and to make matters worse, players like Donte Jackson are starting to throw defensive play-callers under the bus. Not great for what is most assuredly an already-demoralized Panthers' locker room. Things aren't pretty in Carolina country, as the team finds himself in the unique purgatory of having no head coach, and no reliable starting quarterback. Check out the C3 Carolina Cat Chronicles podcast Tuesday nights at 9 PM, and 30 minutes after the game to hear us discuss all the latest in Panther Nation!

- Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst

13 Philadelphia
CeeDee Lamb
Oklahoma
WRF
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
189
CeeDee Lamb NFL Draft photo
How far the Eagles have fallen! A week after getting beat by the worst team in the league (Miami), Philly needed OT to beat the second-worst team (NY Giants). I mean, Miami is TRYING to lose, and they still beat the Eagles. Philly technically still controls their own fate and can make the playoffs if they win out, but right now that thought seems absurd. For the first half against the Giants, Carson Wentz was playing bad enough to get benched. The O-Line wasn't playing much better, and the defense was making 38 yr old Eli Manning look like 28-yr-old Peyton Manning. Even the coaching decisions were horrible; they went into the game dressing only THREE wide receivers and ended the game with only ONE WR able to play.

It was good that Wentz seemed to pull himself up by the bootstraps and will himself to improve within the game despite horrible circumstances...but this team is a disaster. Now reports are circulating that Alshon Jeffery is done for the year. The passing game wasn't scaring anyone BEFORE this injury. The Eagles were 23rd in the league in 40+ YD splash passing plays, despite attempting more passes than all but six teams. Jeffery was merely the 68th-ranked WR in REC YDS...no other Eagles' WR even cracked the Top100.

This team needs a serious overhaul this offseason. They need new offensive coaches. They need to jettison the malcontents on the team (see Jeffery). They need to bring in a veteran WR in Free Agency (he doesn't need to be a superstar, just make plays and stay healthy and make the other team account for him on the field). There are enough cracks in the foundation at this point that it doesn't make too much sense to look at which positions the Eagles should draft as "needs". They simply need to add as many talented players as possible. This week the Eagles nab WR CeeDee Lamb, mainly because he was the best player available, but also because the Eagles' receivers suck.

- Broz, Eagles Analyst

14 Dallas
Kristian Fulton
LSU
CB
Reach/Value:
+5
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
192
Kristian Fulton NFL Draft photo
"Churning the roster is a 24/7/365 business!" I'm probably paraphrasing the Big Tuna, but forgive me . . . my memory just ain't what it used to be! At any rate, Dallas finally replaced K Brett Maher (60+ yard range, but nothing shorter) with Kai Forbath (who Dallas signed as UDFA out of UCLA in 2011 and has bounced around the league with 5 different teams). The Cowboys also signed WR Cyril Grayson to the PS . . . don't laugh, these moves motivated the FO to create a new position for Jason Garrett after the season concludes!

Cuzzin Jerruh, who was bleeped and then cut off his radio program for multiple uses of the English version of "El Toro De Caca", is also swearing that the team has not spoken to Urban Meyer about the HC position. I'll forgive him for the former (as he was echoing my opinion of the Cowboys' recent performances) but come on, Jerruh . . . we can always tell when you're lying because your lips move! But since I'm supposed to be talking about the 2020 NFL Draft, the Defensive Secondary and Defensive Line are still the two main areas of concern.

- Long Ball, Cowboys Analyst

15 Las Vegas
Tee Higgins
Clemson
WRF
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
200
Tee Higgins NFL Draft photo
After being outscored 116-33 in a shockingly-bad 3-game skid that took the Raiders from surprise playoff contenders to a squad booed repeatedly by its fanbase as it limps toward Vegas, the Silver & Black are once again on QB Watch. As much as I like Derek Carr as a person and as a loyal face of the franchise, detractors have an increasingly easy case to make that he's not the one who can lead the franchise back to relevance. In the lopsided loss to the Chiefs, one where the Raiders could have established a firm grip on a playoff spot, Carr posted his worst QBR since Christmas Day, 2017.
,br>At some point, the losses --particularly in the cold-- move from coincidence, bad luck, and lack of surrounding talent to something that needs to be laid at the QB's feet. For now, I'm sticking with Gruden opting for a true WR1 to give Carr something resembling the arsenal he was supposed to have at the beginning of the season. Look for someone like Higgins, the Clemson star, to be gifted to the 2016 MVP candidate with the first selection. But, counter to the way it appeared just a few weeks ago, Carr will be evaluated very closely over the home stretch.

16 Indianapolis
Tristan Wirfs
Iowa
OT
Reach/Value:
+1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Tristan Wirfs NFL Draft photo
Don't look now, but the Indianapolis Colts are in a huge battle for a spot in the Top Ten - for a draft position in the 2020 NFL Draft.

They're still on the outside, looking in - just as they are in terms of making the 2019 NFL Playoffs. Indy realistically has a better shot at the former. With a receiving corps that didn't live up to expectations (aside from a pre-injured T.Y. Hilton and some solid work by Zach Pascal) and a QB that seemed like he had a solid grip on a long-term tenure in Indy, the Colts have some huge decisions coming up in the off-season. Selecting a QB is a possibility, and a WR will almost certainly be on the docket. There are more questions that remain outside of those two top areas of concern:

- Do they re-sign TE Eric Ebron, as they did Jack Doyle?
- Is the RB corps missing another component?
- Is a Defensive Tackle, EDGE rusher or Corner still a bigger priority in order to complete the rebuild of a defense that looked solid for such a young unit?
- Will the Offensive Line continue with the current group, or is OG Mark Glowinski's time in Indy is likely up as the Colts complete the "youth Movement" up-front?? Anthony Castonzo will be entering his 10th season at LOT, and perhaps Indy looks for his eventual successor.
Will GM Chris Ballard succumb to dabbling in Free Agency more than he has to date, utilizing some of what is one of the largest caps in the NFL.

These questions and others (do they keep Chase McLaughlin as the heir-apparent to Adam Vinatieri?) will make for an interesting and pivotal off-season. The Colts are not a bad team, but rather, have had some bad injuries mixed in with bad mistakes and occasional bad play from a roster that is, collectively, one of the youngest in the NFL.

Ballard & Co. must now decide which of the current collegiate prospects can best help the team back to the playoffs. Secondary, D-Line and Offensive Linemen are looking to be the positions that contain the highest-value prospects inside the DraftTek.com Top Twenty right now.

Traded Round 1 Picks:

Las Vegas gets Chicago RD1 pick (Khalil Mack trade)

Miami gets Houston RD1 pick (Laremy Tunsil trade)

Miami gets Pittsburgh RD1 pick (Minkah Fitzpatrick trade)

Jacksonville gets LA Rams RD1 pick (Jalen Ramsey trade)

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O/A Rank Big 10 Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
3 Chase Young
Ohio State
EDGE
7 Jeffrey Okudah
Ohio State
CB
10 Yetur Gross-Matos
Penn State
EDGE
11 A.J. Epenesa
Iowa
DL5T
15 Tristan Wirfs
Iowa
OT
20 Tyler Biadasz
Wisconsin
OG
21 Jonathan Taylor
Wisconsin
RBF
29 Malik Harrison
Ohio State
ILB
37 Tyler Johnson
Minnesota
WRF
41 J.K. Dobbins
Ohio State
RBF
48 Shaun Wade
Ohio State
CB
55 Ben Bredeson
Michigan
OG
73 Kenny Willekes
Michigan State
EDGE
79 Keandre Jones
Maryland
OLB
91 Zack Baun
Wisconsin
OLB
96 K.J. Hamler
Penn State
WRS
98 Josh Uche
Michigan
OLB
109 Antoine Winfield Jr.
Minnesota
S
112 Donovan Peoples-Jones
Michigan
WRF
120 Oluwole Betiku
Illinois
EDGE
124 Joe Gaziano
Northwestern
DL5T
125 Raequan Williams
Michigan State
DL3T
126 Kevin Jarvis
Michigan State
OG
127 Dele Harding
Illinois
OLB
131 Brycen Hopkins
Purdue
TE
135 Lamar Jackson
Nebraska
CB
137 Khalil Davis
Nebraska
DL1T
142 Jonah Jackson
Ohio State
OG
144 Darrion Daniels
Nebraska
DL1T
147 Davon Hamilton
Ohio State
DL3T
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