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Mocking Monday: 2020 NFL Draft has the Arizona Cardinals fixing the offensive line

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NFL Draft 2020

1st Pick - Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Burrow - Quarterback
Louisiana State - Redshirt Senior
6’4”, 218 Pounds

2nd Pick - Washington Redskins
Chase Young - Defensive End
Ohio State - Junior
6’5”, 265 Pounds

3rd Pick - Detroit Lions
Jerry Jeudy - Wide Receiver
Alabama - Junior
6’1”, 192 Pounds

4th Pick - New York Giants
Andrew Thomas - Offensive Tackle
Georgia - Junior
6’5”, 320 Pounds

5th Pick - Miami Dolphins
Isaiah Simmons - Inside Linebacker
Clemson - Redshirt Junior
6’4”, 230 Pounds

6th Pick - Los Angeles Chargers
Tua Tagovailoa - Quarterback
Alabama - Junior
6’1”, 219 Pounds

7th Pick - Carolina Panthers
Jeffrey Okudah - Cornerback
Ohio State - Junior
6’1”, 200 Pounds

8th Pick - Arizona Cardinals
Jedrick Wills Jr. - Offensive Tackle
Alabama - Junior
6’5”, 320 Pounds

The Cardinals now have a good amount of cap space for the first time in a while, and are expected to throw money around. I’m hoping that offensive line becomes a priority, both in the draft and in free agency. Jedrick Wills is a one of the top-tier tackles available in this draft, he has 28 starts at right tackle, and only allowed one sack this last season (3.5 TFLs). I’m keeping him at right tackle with the expectation of getting a solid left tackle in free agency (no Humphries, yes to Anthony Costanzo, Andrew Whitworth, or Jason Peters).

9th Pick - Jacksonville Jaguars
Grant Delpit - Strong Safety
Louisiana State - Junior
6’3”, 201 Pounds

10th Pick - Cleveland Browns
Derrick Brown - Defensive Tackle
Auburn - Senior
6’5”, 318 Pounds

11th Pick - New York Jets
A.J. Epenesa - Defensive End
Iowa - Junior
6’6”, 280 Pounds

12th Pick - Las Vegas Raiders
Justin Herbert - Quarterback
Oregon - Senior
6’6”, 235 Pounds

13th Pick - Indianapolis Colts
Bryce Hall - Cornerback
Virginia - Senior
6’1”, 200 Pounds

14th Pick - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tyler Biadasz - Center
Wisconsin - Redshirt Junior
6’3”, 321 Pounds

15th Pick - Denver Broncos
Tristan Wirfs - Offensive Tackle
Iowa - Junior
6’5”, 322 Pounds

16th Pick - Atlanta Falcons
Yetur Gross-Matos - Defensive End
Penn State - Junior
6’5”, 264 Pounds

17th Pick - Dallas Cowboys
Kristian Fulton - Cornerback
Louisiana State - Senior
6’0”, 200 Pounds

18th Pick - Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh Steelers)
CeeDee Lamb - Wide Receiver
Oklahoma - Junior
6’2”, 189 Pounds

19th Pick - Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago Bears)
Henry Ruggs III - Wide Receiver
Alabama - Junior
6’0”, 190 Pounds

20th Pick - Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)
Austin Jackson - Offensive Tackle
Southern California - Junior
6’6”, 310 Pounds

21st Pick - Philadelphia Eagles
Jonathan Taylor - Running Back
Wisconsin - Junior
5’11”, 219 Pounds

22nd Pick - Buffalo Bills
Laviska Shenault Jr. - Wide Receiver
Colorado - Junior
6’2”, 220 Pounds

23rd Pick - New England Patriots
Antoine Winfield Jr. - Free Safety
Minnesota - Redshirt Sophomore
5’10”, 190 Pounds

24th Pick - New Orleans Saints
CJ Henderson - Cornerback
Florida - Junior
6’1”, 202 Pounds

Editor’s Note: Mock was sent before the playoff games, so we will have an updated mock next week with the updated picks.