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2020 NFL Mock Draft: Dolphins get aggressive to land Tua Tagovailoa, five offensive tackles in top 15 – CBS Sports



March 26, 2020
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LSU

• Sr

• 6’4″

/ 221 lbs

Projected Team

Cincinnati

PROSPECT RNK

2nd

POSITION RNK

1st

Onto the No. 2 pick.

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Alabama

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 217 lbs

Projected Team

Miami

PROSPECT RNK

5th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Tua boosted his stock by posting a 10-second video of himself working out. If he continues to post those, there’s no way he’s lasting to No. 5 overall for Miami. So the Dolphins make a move.

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Ohio State

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 264 lbs

Projected Team

Detroit

PROSPECT RNK

1st

POSITION RNK

1st

Matt Patricia considers Jeff Okudah here, but decides on Young to pair with Trey Flowers up front.

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Iowa

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 320 lbs

Projected Team

N.Y. Giants

PROSPECT RNK

9th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Wirfs stood in for injured teammate Alaric Jackson at left tackle in 2019 but was rock solid at right tackle for most of his Iowa career. Plug-and-play stud for Daniel Jones.

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Ohio State

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 205 lbs

Projected Team

Washington

PROSPECT RNK

4th

POSITION RNK

1st

This represents the best-case-scenario for Washington. Move back, get extra (very much needed) picks and still get a lockdown cornerback to bolster the secondary. Washington gets Miami’s third first-round pick (No. 26 overall) next year’s first, plus the Dolphins’ pick early in Round 3 (No. 70 overall) and a sixth-rounder (No. 186 overall) in the trade back.

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Oregon

• Sr

• 6’6″

/ 236 lbs

If the Chargers don’t sign recently released Cam Newton, Herbert would be the ideal selection for Los Angeles here.

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Clemson

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 238 lbs

Projected Team

Carolina

PROSPECT RNK

3rd

POSITION RNK

1st

I keep going back to this pick because it’s just so perfect. Simmons is the ideal replacement for Luke Kuechly in Carolina.

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Alabama

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 312 lbs

Projected Team

Arizona

PROSPECT RNK

6th

POSITION RNK

1st

Now with DeAndre Hopkins in the mix, and D.J. Humphries extended, the Cardinals go with the best plug-and-play right tackle in this class.

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Utah State

• Jr

• 6’4″

/ 224 lbs

Projected Team

Jacksonville

PROSPECT RNK

19th

POSITION RNK

3rd

I think the Jaguars love Gardner Minshew, but with GM David Caldwell and head coach Doug Marrone barely hanging onto their jobs, they need to go quarterback early.

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Georgia

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 315 lbs

Projected Team

Cleveland

PROSPECT RNK

15th

POSITION RNK

4th

This should be an easy pick for the Browns, as Thomas is a long, SEC-tested stud on the left side who’s a bulldozer in the run game and improved as a pass blocker in 2019.

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Alabama

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 193 lbs

Projected Team

N.Y. Jets

PROSPECT RNK

12th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Jets, it’s time to get Sam Darnold some legitimate weapons. Another easy selection inside the top half of the first round.

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Alabama

• Jr

• 5’11”

/ 188 lbs

Projected Team

Las Vegas

PROSPECT RNK

14th

POSITION RNK

3rd

Stylistically on the field, Ruggs is more similar to Antonio Brown than CeeDee Lamb, so the Raiders go in that direction.

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Louisville

• Jr

• 6’7″

/ 364 lbs

Man, would I love this to be CeeDee Lamb, but Kyle Shanahan knows he can scheme production from his receivers and tight ends. Joe Staley turns 36 in August.

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Houston

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 319 lbs

Projected Team

Tampa Bay

PROSPECT RNK

32nd

POSITION RNK

5th

This is probably the highest you’ll see Jones, but the Buccaneers have to take the offensive line seriously with Tom Brady in the mix.

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Oklahoma

• Jr

• 6’2″

/ 198 lbs

Projected Team

Denver

PROSPECT RNK

8th

POSITION RNK

1st

Lamb and Courtland Sutton for Drew Lock? Yes sir.

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Florida

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 204 lbs

Projected Team

Atlanta

PROSPECT RNK

18th

POSITION RNK

2nd

The Falcons now have a glaring need at cornerback on their roster, and Henderson has the ability to step into that top role instantly.

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LSU

• Soph

• 6’3″

/ 254 lbs

Projected Team

Dallas

PROSPECT RNK

13th

POSITION RNK

2nd

The Cowboys were ravaged on defense in free agency, so they pick Chaisson to replace the departed Robert Quinn.

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Alabama

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 201 lbs

Projected Team

Miami

PROSPECT RNK

17th

POSITION RNK

1st

McKinney is a do-everything safety who flashes against the run and deep in coverage.

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LSU

• Sr

• 6’0″

/ 197 lbs

Projected Team

Las Vegas

PROSPECT RNK

22nd

POSITION RNK

3rd

Even with Eli Apple signed, the Raiders could use more young, talented cornerbacks on the roster. Fulton is one of the cleanest prospects in this class.

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Auburn

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 326 lbs

Projected Team

Jacksonville

PROSPECT RNK

7th

POSITION RNK

1st

The Jaguars are more than happy to end Brown’s slide and pair him with former first-round defenders up front, Taven Bryan and Josh Allen.

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LSU

• Jr

• 6’1″

/ 202 lbs

Projected Team

Philadelphia

PROSPECT RNK

31st

POSITION RNK

5th

Jefferson would give the Eagles a speedy, big slot receiver they desperately need.

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South Carolina

• Sr

• 6’5″

/ 324 lbs

Projected Team

Minnesota

PROSPECT RNK

10th

POSITION RNK

2nd

Kinlaw is a the best pass-rushing interior defensive lineman in the class and helps the Vikings to reload on defense.

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TCU

• Jr

• 5’11”

/ 206 lbs

Projected Team

New England

PROSPECT RNK

45th

POSITION RNK

9th

Reagor is built like a running back but has elite downfield speed and is smooth after the catch.

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Alabama

• Sr

• 6’1″

/ 205 lbs

Projected Team

New Orleans

PROSPECT RNK

28th

POSITION RNK

4th

Diggs is flying under the radar but has lockdown press man cornerback abilities given his length and physicality at the line.

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Baylor

• Sr

• 6’3″

/ 207 lbs

Projected Team

Minnesota

PROSPECT RNK

49th

POSITION RNK

7th

With Mims, the Vikings get the fastest-rising receiver in this class with sub-4.4 speed and a rebounder’s mentality in jump-ball situations.

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Boise State

• Jr

• 6’6″

/ 311 lbs

Projected Team

Washington

PROSPECT RNK

49th

POSITION RNK

7th

In moving back from No. 2 to No. 5, the Redskins pass on Tagovailoa and Young but land Okudah and a future franchise offensive tackle in Cleveland, who has the athleticism to be that type of player.

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Penn State

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 266 lbs

Projected Team

Seattle

PROSPECT RNK

21st

POSITION RNK

4th

Just because L.J. Collier had a disastrous rookie season, that doesn’t mean the Seahawks should shy away from doing defensive line in Round 1, especially if they can’t re-sign Jadeveon Clowney.

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Oklahoma

• Jr

• 6’3″

/ 241 lbs

Projected Team

Baltimore

PROSPECT RNK

25th

POSITION RNK

2nd

With a brick wall defensive line in front of him, Murray’s blitz and spy specialties will be most accentuated in Baltimore.

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Iowa

• Jr

• 6’5″

/ 275 lbs

Projected Team

Tennessee

PROSPECT RNK

16th

POSITION RNK

3rd

The Titans could use some edge-rush help, and with Jurrell Casey gone, the interior of the defensive line needs more bolstering. Epenesa can play inside and out.

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Arizona State

• Sr

• 6’0″

/ 205 lbs

Projected Team

Green Bay

PROSPECT RNK

38th

POSITION RNK

7th

The Packers round out their receiving room with the explosive Aiyuk, who has a giant catch radius and flies after the catch.

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TCU

• Jr

• 6’3″

/ 290 lbs

Blackock instantly fills the void left by the trade of DeForest Buckner. He’s an dynamic athlete who can really penetrate the backfield.

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LSU

• Jr

• 6’0″

/ 229 lbs

Projected Team

Kansas City

PROSPECT RNK

34th

POSITION RNK

3rd

There isn’t loads of athleticism in the Chiefs linebacker group. With Queen falling this far, Kansas City gets great value on the twitchy linebacker.

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