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2020 NFL Draft: First Round Results

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While all matches on the field are still on the stop, everyone’s eyes go to the 2020 NFL Draft, which starts today at 5 p.m. PT furthermore, experiences Saturday. Day 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft is in the books. The Patriots closed up making no selections in the first round, as Bill Belichick selected to trade down from pick 23 to get picks 37 and 71.

The Patriots are presently in line to make the fifth pick in the second round on Saturday. Belichick still has 13 picks to work with. Additionally, expect a far, far busier day for New England in rounds 2 and 3.

2020 NFL Draft First Round

  • Cincinnati Bengals – Pick No. 1

The Cincinnati Bengals have formally chosen quarterback ‘Joe Burrow’ out of LSU with the No. 1 overall pick. Easy decision for the Bengals and was at that point known to be the move. However, the virtual setting causes you to acknowledge how little these teams need to hold up at the top of the draft. Also, more space for the B.S. to relax. In any case, prepare for more than three hours of this.

  • Washington Redskins – Pick No. 2

The Washington Redskins select Ohio State defensive end ‘Chase Young’ with the second overall pick. His ceiling is that of a first-class pass-rusher who competes for All-Pro honors every year.

  • Detroit Lions – Pick No. 3

The Detroit Lions select cornerback ‘Jeff Okudah’ out of Ohio State with the third overall pick in the draft.

  • New York Giants – Pick No. 4

The New York Giants select tackle ‘Andrew Thomas’ from Georgia with the fourth overall pick. NFL.com graded Thomas as the third-best offensive tackle in the current year’s class.

  • Miami Dolphins – Pick No. 5

The Miami Dolphins select Alabama QB ‘Tua Tagovailoa’ with the No. 5 overall pick.

Tua gets an opportunity to be as powerful as any QB in the league with his ability to both throw and run the ball and his skill for big turning points. A previously troubling list of genuine injuries and left-handedness make him somewhat of a long-term hazard and an unusual player to work around. Be that as it may, the Patriots will get a front-row seat to Tua’s advancement with him coming to Miami and potentially considering New England twice as a rookie.

  • Los Angeles Chargers – Pick No. 6

The Los Angeles Chargers have distinguished their next taken shots at a franchise quarterback. They select Oregon QB ‘Justin Herbert’ with the No. 6 overall pick.

  • Carolina Panthers – Pick No. 7

The Carolina Panthers select Auburn defensive tackle ‘Derrick Brown’ with the No. 7 overall pick.

  • Arizona Cardinals – Pick No. 8

The Arizona Cardinals select Clemson linebacker ‘Isaiah Simmons’ with the No. 8 overall pick.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars – Pick No. 9

The Jacksonville Jaguars select cornerback ‘C.J. Henderson’ out of Florida with the No. 9 overall pick.

  • Cleveland Browns – Pick No. 10

The Cleveland Browns select Alabama offensive tackle ‘Jedrick Wills Jr.’ with the No. 10 overall pick. Maybe the beginning of a run on some talented possibilities that are falling.

  • New York Jets – Pick No. 11

The New York Jets select Louisville tackle ‘Mekhi Becton’ with the No. 11 overall pick.

Becton is a freak with wicked speed and athleticism for a 6-foot-7, 360-pound gentleman. If Sam Darnold works out at quarterback, the Jets may have discovered their wall of a human to close his vulnerable side.

  • Las Vegas Raiders – Pick No. 12

The Las Vegas Raiders select Alabama wide receiver ‘Henry Ruggs III’ with the twelfth overall pick.

This receiver class is considered the deepest in quite a while, and Ruggs is leading the board at 12. You can expect at least a couple more wideouts to go in the first round. It would be amazing if the Pats went to that position in the first round for a second consecutive year.

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Pick No. 13

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Iowa offensive tackle ‘Tristan Wirfs’ with the No. 13 overall pick. Assurance for Tom Brady.

Tampa surrendered a fourth-round pick for the ability to move together with a spot and get Wirfs. So you can anticipate that he should play a significant role before Brady as a rookie.

Trade Alert!

The NFL’s Ian Rapoport tweeted that the Buccaneers moved up to the thirteenth pick in a trade with the 49ers. San Francisco traded picks 13 and 245 for 14 and 117, per ESPN’s Field Yates.

  • San Francisco 49ers – Pick No. 14

The San Francisco 49ers select South Carolina defensive tackle ‘Javon Kinlaw’ with the fourteenth overall pick.

Read More: 2020 NFL Draft: Schedule, Start Date and Time, Order, TV Coverage

  • Denver Broncos – Pick No. 15

The Denver Broncos select wide receiver ‘Jerry Jeudy’ out of Alabama with the fifteenth overall pick. He was generally viewed as the best receiver prospect in the draft, if not one of the top 2-3 at a loaded position.

  • Atlanta Falcons – Pick No. 16

The Atlanta Falcons select Clemson cornerback ‘A.J. Terrell’ with the sixteenth overall pick. Also, Terrell was the top pick at CB on the Felger and Mazz Big Board.

  • Dallas Cowboys – Pick No. 17

The Dallas Cowboys select wide receiver ‘CeeDee Lamb’ out of Oklahoma with the seventeenth overall pick.

  • Miami Dolphins – Pick No. 18

The Miami Dolphins select offensive tackle ‘Austin Jackson’ out of USC with the eighteenth overall pick.

That is the second time an AFC East team targets offensive line help for their young quarterbacks in the first round.

  • Las Vegas Raiders – Pick No. 19

The Las Vegas Raiders select cornerback ‘Damon Arnette’ out of Ohio State with the nineteenth overall pick.

Additionally, as part of this selection, Goodell reported that Las Vegas will have the 2022 NFL Draft.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars – Pick No. 20

The Jacksonville Jaguars select LSU linebacker ‘K’Lavon Chaisson’ with the twentieth overall pick.

  • Philadelphia Eagles – Pick No. 21

The Philadelphia Eagles select TCU wide receiver ‘Jalen Reagor’ with the 21st overall pick. That is another Felger and Mazz Big Board pick gone.

  • Minnesota Vikings – Pick No. 22

The Minnesota Vikings select wide receiver ‘Justin Jefferson’ out of LSU with the 23rd overall pick.

Patriots Trade Alert!

As per Ian Rapoport, the Patriots are trading pick No. 23 to the Chargers for picks 37 and 71.

  • Los Angeles Chargers – Pick No. 23

The Los Angeles Chargers select linebacker ‘Kenneth Murray’ out of Oklahoma with the 23rd overall pick.

  • New Orleans Saints – Pick No. 24

The New Orleans Saints select Michigan center ‘Cesar Ruiz’ with the 24th overall pick. That is the third Felger and Mazz Big Board pick to fall off the genuine board.

  • San Francisco 49ers – Pick No. 25

The San Francisco 49ers select wide receiver ‘Brandon Aiyuk’ out of Arizona State with the 25th overall pick.

  • Green Bay Packers – Pick No. 26

The Green Bay Packers select Utah State quarterback ‘Jordan Love’ with the 26th overall pick. Then the Packers traded up to get Love at this spot, making a deal with the Dolphins.

  • Seattle Seahawks – Pick No. 27

The Seattle Seahawks select linebacker ‘Jordyn Brooks’ out of Texas Tech with the 27th overall pick.

  • Baltimore Ravens – Pick No. 28

The Baltimore Ravens select LSU linebacker ‘Patrick Queen’ with the 28th overall pick. Also, there’s one more Felger and Mazz Big Board pick gone. The board may need to seek after a pick in the later rounds.

  • Tennessee Titans – Pick No. 29

The Tennessee Titans select Georgia tackle ‘Isaiah Wilson’ with the 29th overall pick.

  • Miami Dolphins – Pick No. 30

The Miami Dolphins select Auburn cornerback ‘Noah Igbinoghene’ with the 30th overall pick.

  • Minnesota Vikings – Pick No. 31

The Minnesota Vikings select cornerback ‘Jeff Gladney’ out of TCU with the 31st overall pick.

  • Kansas City Chiefs – Pick No. 32

The Kansas City Chiefs select running back ‘Clyde Edwards-Helaire’ out of LSU with the 32nd overall pick.

2020 NFL Draft: First Round Results

No.TeamNamePos.School
1 Cincinnati BengalsJoe BurrowQBLSU
2 Washington RedskinsChase YoungDEOhio State
3 Detroit LionsJeff OkudahCBOhio State
4 New York GiantsAndrew ThomasOTGeorgia
5 Miami DolphinsTua TagovailoaQBAlabama
6 Los Angeles ChargersJustin HerbertQBOregon
7 Carolina PanthersDerrick BrownDTAuburn
8 Arizona CardinalsIsaiah SimmonsLBClemson
9 Jacksonville JaguarsC.J. HendersonCBFlorida
10 Cleveland BrownsJedrick Wills Jr.OTAlabama
11 New York JetsMekhi BectonOTLouisville
12 Las Vegas RaidersHenry Ruggs IIIWRAlabama
13 Tampa Bay BuccaneersTristan WirfsOTIowa
14 San Francisco 49ersJavon KinlawDTSouth Carolina
15 Denver BroncosJerry JeudyWRAlabama
16 Atlanta FalconsA.J. TerrellCBClemson
17 Dallas CowboysCeeDee LambWROklahoma
18 Miami DolphinsAustin JacksonOTUSC
19 Las Vegas RaidersDamon ArnetteCBOhio State
20 Jacksonville JaguarsK’Lavon ChaissonLBLSU
21 Philadelphia EaglesJalen ReagorWRTCU
22 Minnesota VikingsJustin JeffersonWRLSU
23 Los Angeles Chargers*Kenneth MurrayLBOklahoma
24 New Orleans SaintsCesar RuizCMichigan
25 San Francisco 49ers**Brandon AiyukWrArizona State
26 Green Bay Packers***Jordan LoveQBUtah State
27 Seattle SeahawksJordyn BrooksLBTexas Tech
28 Baltimore RavensPatrick QueenLBLSU
29 Tennessee TitansIsaiah WilsonOTGeorgia
30 Miami DolphinsNoah IgbinogheneCBAuburn
31 Minnesota Vikings*Jeff GladneyCBTCU
32 Kansas City ChiefsClyde Edwards-HelaireRBLSU

* Obtained from Patriots for picks 37 and 71.
** 49ers obtained pick 25 from Vikings for 31, 117, and 176.
*** Packers obtained this pick from the Dolphins.

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