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Harry’s NFL Mock Draft & Hypothetical Draft Props

Harry’s NFL Mock Draft

Since it seems like everyone on ESPN has their own mock draft, we at Odds Shark felt I should get in on the action. As sports bettors and sports fans, we have limited options in these tough times, but at least there is an NFL draft so let’s enjoy it the best we can. I have broken down how I see each team’s needs and I hope you enjoy all my selections from pick 1 to 32.

Harry’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft

1. Bengals: Joe Burrow, Quarterback, LSU

Burrow is so accurate, and he enters the NFL with numerous NCAA records to his credit. No one will be happier with this selection than Cincinnati wide receiver AJ Green.

2. Redskins: Chase Young, Defensive End, Ohio State

Despite missing two games last season, Young was amazing and still had 16.5 sacks. He is the dominant defensive player the Redskins have not had in numerous years.

3. Lions: Jeff Okudah, Cornerback, Ohio State

Okudah is a shutdown corner who had three picks this past season. He also has a 41-inch vertical leap.

4. Giants: Isaiah Simmons, Outside Linebacker, Clemson

Simmons ran a 4.39 40-yard dash, the second-fastest time for a linebacker at the combine since 2006. This past season for the Tigers, he recorded 104 tackles, seven sacks, three interceptions and 16 tackles for a loss.

5. Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, Quarterback, Alabama

Miami needs a QB for the future and Tua seems to be their man. The only question is if the Fins trade up to make sure they get Tagovailoa. All reports show that he is 100 percent healthy and ready to do what he needs to do to be ready for the 2020 season.

6. Chargers: Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon

With the Chargers not snatching up a QB in free agency (as of now, Tyrod Taylor is their starting QB) and the Dolphins looking at Tua, at No. 6 the Chargers keeping Herbert on the West Coast is the play.

7. Panthers: Derrick Brown, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

This is a perfect pick for the Panthers, who need to replenish their defensive front.

8. Cardinals: Andrew Thomas, Offensive Tackle, Georgia

Arizona needs to bolster its offensive line for Kyler Murray. Grabbing Thomas here can only help the trio of DeAndre Hopkins, Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk (possibly the best trio in the NFL).

9. Jaguars: Tristan Wirfs, Offensive Tackle, Iowa

Jacksonville could go after a quarterback here, but the smart call is rebuilding an offensive line, especially because the team doesn’t have a lot of playmakers and isn’t very good.

10. Browns: Mekhi Becton, Offensive Tackle, Louisville

Becton would be a nice complement to their free-agent offensive line pickup of Jack Conklin from the Titans. If the Browns grab Becton here, the excuses have to end for quarterback Baker Mayfield.

11. Jets: Jerry Jeudy, Wide Receiver, Alabama

Wide receiver Robby Anderson has been the Jets’ leader the past couple of seasons but has left New York for Carolina. The Jets need a new receiver for Sam Darnold and Jeudy is exactly what they need.

12. Raiders: CeeDee Lamb, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

Lamb averaged 21 yards per reception last year and over the past three seasons at Oklahoma he had 3,200 yards and 32 touchdowns.

13. 49ers: Henry Ruggs, Wide Receiver, Alabama

We all know Ruggs ran the 40-yard dash in 4.27 at the combine. Kyle Shanahan’s offense needs a player like Ruggs since losing Emmanuel Sanders in free agency.

14. Buccaneers: Jedrick Wills, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Tampa Bay needs to protect the GOAT (Tom Brady) and Wills seems to be their guy and he just so happens to be a southern guy.

15. Broncos: Austin Jackson, Offensive Tackle, USC

Denver needs weapons on offense but needs to build up its offensive line and Jackson has plenty of potential.

16. Falcons: Ross Blacklock, Defensive Tackle, TCU

The Falcons need help on defense and Blacklock is aggressive and extremely quick.

17. Cowboys: Kristian Fulton, Cornerback, LSU

When Fulton went up against Jeudy, Ruggs and Tee Higgins (of Clemson) last year, they had a total of 11 targets for just three receptions and 39 total yards. Fulton is a shutdown corner and it is obvious from that statistic.

18. Dolphins: Justin Jefferson, Wide Receiver, LSU

Jefferson had 111 receptions, 1,540 yards and 18 touchdowns last year. He also had nine catches in the championship game against Clemson, and in the semifinal game against Oklahoma he lit up the scoreboard with four touchdowns.

19. Raiders: CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida

Henderson led the Gators in defended passes the past two seasons. Three seasons ago, he had four interceptions and took two of them back for touchdowns.

20. Jaguars: Trevon Diggs, Cornerback, Alabama

The Jaguars need help at cornerback and Diggs could start immediately.

21. Eagles: Tee Higgins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

Higgins averaged 20 yards a catch and had 13 touchdowns last season. In the past two seasons, he has 25 touchdowns at Clemson and with the Eagles light at receiver, he could play huge early on.

22. Vikings: Xavier McKinney, Safety, Alabama

McKinney led Alabama in tackles last season and had three picks (1 TD) and four forced fumbles.

23. Patriots: Jordan Love, Quarterback, Utah State

It seems the Patriots are looking for a quarterback for the future and this might be their guy, especially since they didn’t dip into the free-agent QB pool. Love is getting plenty of “love” in draft talk despite tossing 17 picks last season after serving up only six in each of the previous two seasons. If any team can do wonders for a player at any position, it is the New England Patriots.

24. Saints: Javon Kinlaw, Defensive Tackle, South Carolina

Kinlaw is a smart tackle who can play a 3-4 or a 4-3.

25. Vikings: Patrick Queen, Linebacker, LSU

Queen is a king in the middle of the field and has great ability to cover tight ends or running backs. He had a great second half of the season and was everywhere in the championship game against Clemson.

26. Dolphins: Jonathan Taylor, Running Back, Wisconsin

A lot of mocks have D’Andre Swift being the first running back selected, but he was hurt at the end of the season and the facts can’t be denied on Taylor’s end. Taylor in three seasons had over 6,000 yards rushing and led the Badgers in rushing in every game but one.

27. Seahawks: K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU

Seattle needs a pass rusher like Chaisson. The Seahawks were 31st in the league with only 28 sacks last season.

28. Ravens: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State

He and newly acquired Calais Campbell can be quite the presence for the Ravens defensive line.

29. Titans: Joshua Jones, Offensive Tackle, Houston

Jones is the perfect replacement for right tackle Jack Conklin.

30. Packers: Brandon Aiyuk, Wide Receiver, Arizona State

Aiyuk averaged 18 yards a catch and had five games of 140-plus yards last campaign.

31. 49ers: Kenneth Murray, Linebacker, Oklahoma

Murray is a tackling machine who has big-time speed and would be a steal if he slips this far down the line.

32. Chiefs: D’Andre Swift, Running Back, Georgia

Swift can catch and has excellent quickness and would be a running back the Chiefs could count on for a long time.

Harry’s Hypothetical Odds on the NFL Draft

Out of my 32 selections, how many will be correct?
  • 0-5 -160
  • 6-10 -500
  • 11-15 +350
  • 16-20 +2500
  • 21-32 +10000

Number of Trades Made in the 1st Round
  • 0-1 -450
  • 2-3 +135
  • 4-5 +750
  • 6+ +3500

Harry’s Top NFL Draft Prop

Wide Receiver CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma: UNDER 14.5 Pick -190

The Jets could use a new receiver for QB Sam Darnold at the No. 11 pick, San Francisco could use Lamb at 13 after losing Emmanuel Sanders in free agency, but the Raiders at 12 might be the spot with their desire to have an explosive offensive weapon at wide receiver. Lamb is a player who shows up in big games. He has 150-plus yards receiving in his last two Big 12 championship games and over 100 yards in his last two College Football Playoff semifinal games.