While nearly all of the sports activities world has grinded to a halt because of the unfold of coronavirus, the NFL machine has raged on.

The 2020 NFL Draft remains to be scheduled for April 23-25 — albeit a modified one which received’t happen in Las Vegas. With the draft coming quickly, consultants try their greatest to foretell the way it’ll all shake out.

Almost all people believes it’ll be LSU quarterback Joe Burrow who will get picked first by the Cincinnati Bengals. The overwhelming majority assume Washington will use the second decide to take Ohio State cross rusher Chase Young. Every decide after that’s up within the air.

Here at SB Nation, we’re rounding up mock drafts from everywhere in the web, chewing them up, and spitting out the most well-liked outcomes for every group. In a survey of 49 mock drafts, these are the outcomes (this can be frequently up to date forward of the draft):

1. Cincinnati Bengals

2. Washington

  • Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah (53.1%)
  • Trade down (26.5%)
  • Ohio State Edge Chase Young (12.2%)
  • Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa (44.9%)
  • Oregon QB Justin Herbert (26.5%)
  • Trade up (16.3%)
  • Oregon QB Justin Herbert (46.9%)
  • Trade up (22.4%)
  • Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa (10.2%)
  • Auburn DT Derrick Brown (36.7%)
  • Clemson LB Isaiah Simmons (32.7%)
  • Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah (12.2%)
  • Auburn DT Derrick Brown (28.6%)
  • South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw (26.5%)
  • Clemson LB Isaiah Simmons (8.2%)
  • Oregon QB Justin Herbert (8.2%)
  • Georgia OT Andrew Thomas (28.6%)
  • Louisville OT Mekhi Becton (24.5%)
  • Iowa OT Tristan Wirfs (14.3%)
  • Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb (38.8%)
  • Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy (34.7%)
  • Alabama WR Henry Ruggs III (8.2%)
  • Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb (26.5%)
  • Alabama WR Henry Ruggs III (26.5%)
  • Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy (24.5%)
  • Georgia OT Andrew Thomas (36.7%)
  • Louisville OT Mekhi Becton (10.2%)
  • Iowa OT Tristan Wirfs (10.2%)
  • Alabama OT Jedrick Wills (10.2%)
  • Alabama WR Henry Ruggs III (36.7%)
  • South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw (12.2%)
  • Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb (12.2%)
  • Florida CB CJ Henderson (38.8%)
  • LSU Edge K’Lavon Chaisson (32.7%)
  • South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw (12.2%)

18. Miami Dolphins (by way of Steelers)

19. Las Vegas Raiders (by way of Bears)

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (by way of Rams)

25. Minnesota Vikings

26. Miami Dolphins (by way of Texans)

  • Georgia RB D’Andre Swift (30.6%)
  • Alabama S Xavier McKinney (20.4%)
  • Houston OT Josh Jones (12.2%)
  • Oklahoma LB Kenneth Murray (30.6%)
  • LSU LB Patrick Queen (18.4%)
  • Wisconsin LB Zack Baun (8.2%)
  • Penn State Edge Yetur Gross-Matos (8.2%)
  • Houston OT Josh Jones (14.3%)
  • Iowa Edge A.J. Epenesa (14.3%)
  • USC OT Austin Jackson (10.2%)

31. San Francisco 49ers

  • Georgia RB D’Andre Swift (12.2%)
  • Clemson CB A.J. Terrell (10.2%)
  • Michigan C Cesar Ruiz (10.2%)

Mock drafts used:

Dan Kadar, SB Nation | Eddie Brown, San Diego Union-Tribune | Ryan Wilson, CBS | Chris Trapasso, CBS | Pete Prisco, CBS | Josh Edwards, CBS | Chad Reuter, NFL.com | Charley Casserly, NFL.com | Nate Davis, USA Today | Luke Easterling, Draft Wire | Brad Biggs, Chicago Tribune | Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times | Todd McShay, ESPN | Mel Kiper, ESPN | Maurice Jones-Drew, NFL.com | Tom Fornelli, CBS | Joe Marino, The Draft Network | Jordan Reid, The Draft Network | Eric Edholm, Yahoo Sports | Danny Kelly, The Ringer | Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus | Matt Miller, Bleacher Report | Vinnie Iyer, Sporting News | Peter Schrager, NFL.com | C.J. Doon, Baltimore Sun | Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz, USA Today | Josh Norris, Rotoworld | Evan Silva, EstablishTheRun | Kevin Hanson, Sports Illustrated | Charles Davis, NFL.com | Ben Raven, MLive | Carmen Vitali/Scott Smith, Buccaneers.com | Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press | Will Brinson, CBS | Sean Wagner-McGough, CBS | Henry McKenna, For The Win | Geoffrey Arnold, OregonReside | Mark Inabinett, AL.com | Tim Bielik, Cleveland Plains-Dealer | Clarence Hill, Fort Worth Star-Telegram | Ryan O’Halloran, Denver Post | Mike Kaye, NJ.com | Adam Hill, Las Vegas Review-Journal | Daniel Gallen, PennReside | John McClain, Houston Chronicle | Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle | John Clayton, Washington Post | Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston | Art Stapleton, NorthJersey.com

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