CAPACCIO: 2020 NFL Mock Draft


Welcome to NFL Draft Day 2020! And to the only official mock draft I’ve done this entire offseason.

The Buffalo Bills don’t own a first round pick this year after trading it to the Minnesota Vikings for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. While that may make the draft a little less exciting in Western New York, it forced me to do my mock all the way through the first round and then to pick No. 54, where the Bills are scheduled to make their first selection.

Here’s the mock:


Round 1:
1.) Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow - QB - LSU2.) Washington Redskins: Chase Young - EDGE - Ohio State3.) Detroit Lions: Jeffrey Okudah - CB - Ohio State4.) New York Giants: Tristan Wirfs - OT - Iowa5.) Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa - QB - Alabama6.) Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Herbert - QB - Oregon7.) Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown - DT - Auburn8.) Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Simmons - LB - Clemson9.) Jacksonville Jaguars: C.J. Henderson - CB - Florida10.) Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills - OT - Alabama11.) New York Jets: Andrew Thomas - OT - Georgia12.) Las Vegas Raiders: CeeDee Lamb - WR - Oklahoma13.) San Francisco 49ers: Henry Ruggs III - WR - Alabama14.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mekhi Becton - OT - Louisville15.) Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy - WR - Alabama16.) Atlanta Falcons: Javon Kinlaw - DT - South Carolina17.) Dallas Cowboys: K’Lavon Chaisson - EDGE - LSU18.) Miami Dolphins: Austin Jackson - OT - USC19.) Las Vegas Raiders: A.J. Terrell - CB - Clemson20.) Jacksonville Jaguars: Xavier McKinney - S - Alabama21.) Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Jefferson - WR - LSU22.) Minnesota Vikings: Jeff Gladney - CB - TCU23.) New England Patriots: Jalen Reagor - WR - TCU24.) New Orleans Saints: Jordan Love - QB - Utah State25.) Minnesota Vikings: Denzel Mims - WR - Baylor26.) Miami Dolphins: D’Andre Swift - RB - Georgia27.) Seattle Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos - EDGE - Penn State28.) Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen - LB - LSU29.) Tennessee Titans: Ross Blacklock - DL - TCU30.) Green Bay Packers: Brandon Aiyuk - WR - Arizona State31.) San Francisco 49ers: Jaylon Johnson - CB - Utah32.) Kansas City Chiefs: J.K. Dobbins - RB - Ohio State


Round 2:
33.) Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Jones - OT - Houston34.) Indianapolis Colts: Grant Delpit - S - LSU35.) Detroit Lions: A.J. Epenesa - EDGE - Iowa36.) New York Giants: Kenneth Murray - LB - Oklahoma37.) Los Angeles Chargers: Kristian Fulton - CB - LSU38.) Carolina Panthers: Trevon Diggs - CB - Alabama39.) Miami Dolphins: Cesar Ruiz - OL - Michigan40.) Houston Texans: Zack Baun - LB - Wisconsin41.) Cleveland Browns: Antoine Winfield Jr. - S - Minnesota42.) Jacksonville Jaguars: Neville Gallimore - DT - Oklahoma43.) Chicago Bears: Noah Igbinoghene - CB - Auburn44.) Indianapolis Colts: K.J. Hamler - WR - Penn State45.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jonathan Taylor - RB - Wisconsin46.) Denver Broncos: Ezra Cleveland - OT - Boise State47.) Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Wilson - OT - Georgia48.) New York Jets: Michael Pittman, Jr. - WR - USC49.) Pittsburgh Steelers: Lloyd Cushenberry III - OL - LSU50.) Chicago Bears: Jeremy Chinn - S - Southern Illinois51.) Dallas Cowboys: Kyle Dugger - S - Lenoir-Rhyne52.) Los Angeles Rams: Clyde Edwards-Helaire - RB - LSU53.) Philadelphia Eagles: Jordyn Brooks - LB - Texas Tec
54.) Buffalo Bills: Curtis Weaver - EDGE - Boise State

We know the Bills coaching staff loves players with position flexibility, and this front office has opted for players with experience more often than not since they’ve been in charge. Even though he played only three years at Boise State, Weaver has played in 40 collegiate football games and can also play in multiple defenses, either with his hand on the ground as a rush-end or standing up. He’s had a super productive college career, and capped it off by being named the Mountain West Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year last season, an award Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes won in both 2008 and 2009 at TCU. In fact, Weaver passed Hughes for the most career sacks in the Mountain West, and is the conference's all-time leader with 34. That also ranks fifth all-time in NCAA history since the stat has been kept. He’s also the Mountain West’s career-leader in tackles for loss with 48.

Here's a look at Weaver's 2019 YouTube highlight reel: 

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