2020 NFL Draft mock: Baltimore Ravens take a wide receiver late
Another quarter of the 2019 season has passed, so we turn our attention to our latest 2020 NFL Draft mock, as the Baltimore Ravens take another receiver…
When you love the NFL Draft, you can’t get enough of mocking out every pick and finding a way to get your favorite team your favorite player. That becomes increasingly more difficult when your team is picking late in each round. As of now, the Baltimore Ravens are picking very late in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The team is on a roll right now and it doesn’t appear that they’ll be slowing down anytime soon. So who did we mock to Baltimore now? A big-play wide receiver who will take the Ravens offense to a whole new level of unfairness.
As always, the latest draft order provided by nfl.com. Let’s jump right in. The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock…
1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
If the Bengals own the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft they’re taking Joe Burrow. Burrow has the makeup of a franchise quarterback and will be a perfect fit for head coach Zac Taylor’s offense.
2. New York Giants: Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State
The Giants land the best player in the 2020 NFL Draft and get an edge rusher better than Myles Garrett was. Chase Young is a freak of nature and will be a double-digit sack machine from his first season in the NFL.
3. Washington Redskins: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
The value isn’t ideal, but the Washington Redskins need to invest in protecting Dwayne Haskins (or whoever is playing quarterback for them in 2020). Andrew Thomas is an elite run blocker who can pave the way for Derrius Guice and company, giving this offense an identity.
4. Miami Dolphins: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
The Miami Dolphins could still take Tua Tagovailoa, but his health is a huge question mark right now. Instead, they take the best looking quarterback in the 2020 NFL Draft in Justin Herbert. If properly coached and developed, Herbert could easily be the best quarterback from this draft and be the franchise savior the Dolphins desperately need.