NFL 2020 Draft Results - Round 1
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The first NFL virtual draft was definitely an interesting one, and the tech worked well enough.

The NFL 2020 Round 1 draft results are as follows:

1. Cincinnati BengalsJoe Burrow QB LSU – 6’4″ 221 lbs.

The chalk #1 pick takes over for Andy Dalton and will have A.J. Green, speedster John Ross, and SWR Tyler Boyd to work with.

2. Washington RedskinsChase Young DE Ohio State – 6’5″ 264 lbs.

Should be an immediate impact starter on the edge.

3. Detroit LionsJeff Okudah CB Ohio State – 6’1″ 205 lbs.

Brings a man-to-man press corner skill-set as a starter.

4. New York GiantsAndrew Thomas OT Georgia – 6’5″ 315 lbs.

Addresses a need for a giant weakness as he’s expected to strengthen protection for Daniel Jones as well as bring game for Saquon Barkley.

5. Miami DolphinsTua Tagovailoa QB Alabama – 6’0″ 217 lbs.

The lefty may not bring an immediate impact with Ryan Fitzpatrick still in town.

6. Los Angeles ChargersJustin Herbert QB Oregon – 6’6″ 236 lbs.

Brings a big arm to a loaded offense.

7. Carolina PanthersDerrick Brown DT Auburn – 6’5″ 326 lbs.

The run-stuffer should fill a glaring weakness for the Panthers.

8. Arizona CardinalsIsaiah Simmons OLB Clemson – 6’4″ 238 lbs.

Brings an every-down, versatile skill-set, as a future strong safety.

9. Jacksonville JaguarsCJ Henderson CBFlorida – 6’1″ 204 lbs.

Has good size/speed combo as a man-cover starter to fill a void left open by the departures of Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye.

10. Cleveland BrownsJedrick Wills Jr. OT Alabama – 6’4″ 312 lbs.

Brings positional versatility as an immediate starter.

11. New York JetsMekhi Becton OT Louisville – 6’7″ 364 lbs.

Fills a big need in both pass/rush as an immediate starter.

12. Las Vegas RaidersHenry Ruggs III WR Alabama – 5’11” 188 lbs.

The first WR off the board, the speedster should start, considering the underwhelming positional depth.

13. Tampa Bay BuccaneersTristan Wirfs OT Iowa – 6’5″ 320 lbs.

Should strengthen the right-side in both pass and rush.

14. San Francisco 49ersJavon Kinlaw DT South Carolina – 6’5″ 324 lbs.

Should fill the hole voided by the departure of DeForest Buckner.

15. Denver BroncosJerry Jeudy WR Alabama – 6’1″ 193 lbs.

Immediate starter opposite Courtland Sutton.

16. Atlanta FalconsA.J. Terrell CB Clemson – 6’1″ 195 lbs.

A press-corner in zone scheme type and projected starter, but may be a reach at this pick. Possible target if so.

17. Dallas CowboysCeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma – 6’2″ 198 lbs.

An unexpected value pick who should start in three-receiver sets with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup.

18. Miami DolphinsAustin Jackson OT USC – 6’0″ 195 lbs.

Projected to start but a downgrade from the void left by Laremy Tunsil. May need some development time.

19. Las Vegas RaidersDamon Arnette CB Ohio State – 6’4″ 305 lbs.

Fills a positional need on a bad defense, but may be a reach at this spot.

20. Jacksonville JaguarsK’Lavon Chaisson DE LSU – 6’3″ 254 lbs.

Fills a need on the edge opposite Josh Allen, with Yannick Ngakoue expected to be moved.

21. Philadelphia EaglesJalen Reagor WR TCU – 5’11” 206 lbs.

Good speed and fills a need with DeSean Jackson (age/injury) recovering from core injury and Nelson Agholor gone.

22. Philadelphia EaglesJustin Jefferson WR LSU – 6’1″ 202 lbs.

Fills a need with the departure of Stefon Diggs but expected to line up on the perimeter.

23. Los Angeles ChargersKenneth Murray ILB Oklahoma – 6’3″ 241 lbs.

Fills a need as an immediate starter.

24. New Orleans SaintsCesar Ruiz C Michigan – 6’3″ 307 lbs.

May not have an immediate impact as the Saints have interior line depth.

25. San Francisco 49ersBrandon Aiyuk WR Arizona State – 6’0″ 205 lbs.

An immediate starter opposite Deebo Sameuls with the departure of Emmanuel Sanders.

26. Green Bay PackersJordan Love QB Utah State – 6’4″ 224 lbs.

No immediate impact while Aaron Rodgers exists.

27. Seattle SeahawksJordyn Brooks OLB Texas Tech – 6’0″ 240 lbs.

Fills a need as an immediate starter.

28. Baltimore RavensPatrick Queen ILB LSU – 6’0″ 229 lbs.

Fills a need on the interior as an immediate starter.

29. Tennessee TitansIsaiah Wilson OT Georgia – 6’7″ 350 lbs.

Projected at RT with strength in the run for Derrick Henry.

30. Miami DolphinsNoah Igbinoghene CB Auburn – 5’10” 198 lbs.

A press-man corner with good speed but currently projects as the CB3 behind Xavien Howard and Byron Jones.

31. Minnesota VikingsJeff Gladney CB TCU – 5’10” 191 lbs.

Fills a glaring need as a man-cover corner with good speed.

32. Kansas City ChiefsClyde Edwards-Helaire RB LSU – 5’7″ 207 lbs.

A projected three-down back with good route-running and receiving skills. Comped to Brian Westbrook.

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