2020 NFL Draft: Two Round Mock Draft, Betting Odds For Each First Round Pick

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2020 NFL Draft: Two Round Mock Draft, Betting Odds For Each First Round Pick

2020 NFL Draft

2020 NFL Draft: Two Round Mock Draft, Betting Odds For Each First Round Pick

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2020 NFL Mock Draft, Second Round Picks 53-64

53. Philadelphia

Mock Draft Pick: OT Lucas Niang, TCU

The Eagles have to address their receiver needs with their first round pick at the 21, but they need offensive line help, too. This is such a deep class at offensive tackle that they can wait until here to get a talented option.

54. Buffalo

Mock Draft Pick: CB Trevon Diggs, Alabama

Buffalo might want another running back option and it can really use a big-time pass rusher, but cornerback is a concern as well. Diggs is a fantastic talent who’ll slide, and if he doesn’t there should be another good option to grab.
BetMGM Position of Buffalo 1st Drafted Player
Offense +105, Defense -125

55. Baltimore (from New England, from Atlanta)

Mock Draft Pick: WR Laviska Shenault, Colorado

The Ravens went and got Marquise Brown in the first round in the first round of last year’s draft, but they need more high-end targets for their MVP superstar to throw to. Shenault might not fit a No. 1 role, but he wouldn’t need to in this offense.
BetMGM Which Round for Laviska Shenault
1 +250, 2-7 -323

56. Miami (from New Orleans)

Mock Draft Pick: DT Jordan Elliott, Missouri

As long as Miami gets to take care of its offensive needs early on, and if it goes defense in some way in its first four picks, it’ll have the luxury of going Best Player Available here. They don’t desperately need a defensive tackle, but Elliott is the type of anchor who’ll be a quick upgrade.

57. LA Rams (from Houston)

Mock Draft Pick: DE Jonathan Greenard, Florida

The Rams might not have a first rounder, but they’re in a nice spot. At the 52 they’ll have the ability to take the best player on the board – or go with a RB like Ohio State’s JK Dobbins – and then they can deal with their pass rushing concerns here. Greenard has to stay healthy, but he’d be a fantastic value grab here.

58. Minnesota

Mock Draft Pick: S Antoine Winfield, Minnesota

Secondary, secondary, secondary. The Vikings have to improve their defensive backfield, and that will start with a corner in the first round. Assuming they grab a receiver with their second first round pick, they can get another good defensive back. Winfield might not be the prototype safety, but he’s a big play magnet.

59. Seattle

Mock Draft Pick: DE Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

Just how much does Seattle want to upgrade its defensive front seven? It should go with a linebacker or hybrid pass rusher with the 27th overall pick, and then it can try to make up for the loss of Jadeveon Clowney with an end like Okwara here.

60. Baltimore

Mock Draft Pick: CB Bryce Hall, Virginia

With three of the top 60 picks, this could be a fabulous draft for a team that doesn’t have a whole lot of glaring problems. Hall is too good of an all-around corner to slide any further. He’s the type of aggressive baller who’ll be an instant fit as soon as he’s healthy enough to go.


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61. Tennessee

Mock Draft Pick: DT Raekwon Davis, Alabama

The Titans are going to want to go heavy on the defensive front. They’ll likely go with a pass rusher at the 29, and then beef up the interior with a good-value get like Davis.

62. Green Bay

Mock Draft Pick: S Ashtyn Davis, Cal
BetMGM Ashtyn Davis Draft Position Over 76.5 +150, Under 76.5 -182

At some point, the Packers will need more help for their receiving corps and more of an offensive upgrade. That will come, but the already good defense should get a killer at safety if Davis lasts this long.

63. Kansas City (from San Francisco)

Mock Draft Pick: CB Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State

Kansas City needs corner help, and Dantzler is the right all-around athlete with playmaking skills who’ll step in right away and produce in some way.

64. Seattle (from Kansas City)

Mock Draft Pick: RB AJ Dillon, Boston College

Adding another option to a banged up and unreliable group of running backs would be a huge help. While Dillon isn’t exactly Marshawn Lynch, he’s a big banger with speed. Put him in a rotation and let him take the pressure off of Russell Wilson.


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