21. Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
The 2020 NFL Draft wide receiver pool is deep and the Philadelphia Eagles should take advantage of this more than once. One day one, they’ll add perhaps the most productive receiver in college football in Justin Jefferson and have a reliable guy to go to at any spot in the field.
22. Tennessee Titans: Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State
Yetur Gross-Matos is a clone of Brian Burns, who just had himself a 7.5 sack rookie campaign. The Tennessee Titans struggled to rush the passer with guys not named Harold Landry, but YGM will make that a thing of the past. The Titans have bookend edge rushers now.
23. Buffalo Bills: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
The Buffalo Bills just need to give Josh Allen a wide receiver that’s taller than six-feet. Laviska Shenault exceeds that standard while also giving the team a big-time playmaker. Shenault will fit into the offense perfectly and give the team a flexible player to use in all sorts of different ways.
24. Minnesota Vikings: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
If there’s one thing we know about the Minnesota Vikings, it’s that they love drafting defensive backs. The decline in Xavier Rhodes play was drastic, and the team could lose several defensive backs this offseason. C.J. Henderson has true shutdown ability and can thrive under Mike Zimmer sooner rather than later.