The Mock Draft Version 3.0: Round 2

Round 2

33. Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Jones, OT, Houston

34. Indianapolis Colts: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

35. Detroit Lions: Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama

36. New York Giants: Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

37. Las Angeles Chargers: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

38. Carolina Panthers: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

39. Miami Dolphins: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

40. Houston Texans: Justin Madubuike, DT, Oklahoma

41. Cleveland Browns: Grant Delpit, S, LSU

42. Jacksonville Jaguars: A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

43. Chicago Bears: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State


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Nat L. Faybian’s NFL Draft Players Position Rankings

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44. Indianapolis Colts: Jordan Love, QB, Utah

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Marlon Davidson, DE, Auburn

46. Denver Broncos: Cesar Ruiz, OC, Michigan

47. Atlanta Falcons: Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

48. New York Jets: K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State

49. Pittsburgh Steelers: Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

50. Chicago Bears: Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

51. Dallas Cowboys: Bradlee Anae, DE, Utah

52. Carolina Panthers: Alton Robinson, DE, Syracuse

53. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona

54. Buffalo Bills: Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri

55. Baltimore Ravens: Lloyd Cushenberry, OC, LSU

56. Miami Dolphins: Ashtyn Davis, S, California

57. Las Angeles Chargers: Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

58. Minnesota Vikings: Cam Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

59. Seattle Seahawks: Darrell Taylor, DE, Tennessee

60. Baltimore Ravens: Leki Fotu, DT, Utah

61. Tennessee Titans: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

62. Green Bay Packers: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

63. Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

64. Seattle Seahawks: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia


Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3

The 85th NFL Draft will take place from April 23-25, 2020, in Las Vegas on the iconic Las Vegas Strip.


Defensive Ends/2020

Updated April 19, 2020. Pre-Draft.

2020 NFL Draft:  Top Rated DEs

Photo: Joe Maiorana|USA TODAY Sports

1. Chase Young*, Ohio State, 6-4/264

2. Yetur Gross-Matos*, Penn State, 6-5/266

3. A.J. Epenesa*, Iowa, 6-5/275

4. Alton Robinson, Syracuse, 6-2/264

5. Jabari Zuniga, Florida, 6-3/246

6. Marlon Davidson, Auburn, 6-3/282

7. Curtis Weaver, Boise State, 6-2/265

8. Alex Highsmith, Charlotte, 6-2/245

9. Josh Uche*, Michigan, 6-1/245

10. D.J. Wonnum, So. Carolina, 6-4/258

11. Bradlee Anae, Utah, 6-3/257

12. Jonathan Greenard, Florida, 6-3/263

13. Jason Strowbridge, No. Carolina, 6-4/275

14. Trevis Gipson, Tulsa, 6-3/261

15. Jonathan Garvin*, Miami, 6-4/250

16. Darrell Taylor, Tennessee, 6-4/255

17. James Smith-Williams, NC State, 6-3/265

18. Derrek Tuszka, No. Dakota State, 6-4/251

19. Malcolm Roach, Texas, 6-3/290

20. Chauncy Rivers, Mississippi State, 6-3/275

21. Kenny Willekes, Michigan State, 6-4/250

22. Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame, 6-4/262

23. Qaadir Sheppard, Mississippi, 6-2/261

24. Nick Coe*, Auburn, 6-5/294

25. Joe Gaziano, Northwestern, 6-4/280



  • Trevon Hill, Miami, 6-3/245
  • Carter Coughlin, Minnesota, 6-4/245
  • Mike Danna, Michigan, 6-2/257
  • Kendall Coleman, Syracuse, 6-3/251
  • LaDarius Hamilton, No. Texas, 6-3/256
  • Oluwole Betiku*, Illinois, 6-3/250
  • Christian Rector, USC, 6-4/275
  • Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State, 6-4/257
  • Delontae Scott, SMU, 6-5/264
  • Benning Potoa’e, Washington, 6-3/277
  • Deonte Holden, NC State, 6-4/247
  • Jessie Lemonier, Liberty, 6-3/240
  • Brendon Hayes, UCF, 6-3/275
  • Chase Hatada, Boise State, 6-3/262
  • Sean Adesanya, Central Michigan, 6-3/240
  • Rick Wade, UCLA, 6-6/275
  • David Marshall, Georgia, 6-3/274
  • Cedric Wilcots, New Mexico State, 6-4/252
  • Elorm Lumor*, Rutgers, 6-3/248
  • Houston Miller*, Texas Tech, 6-4/275



  • Jonah Williams, Weber State, 6-5/275
  • Bryce Sterk, Montana State, 6-5/261
  • Austin Edwards, Farris State, 6-3/280
  • Nasir Player, E. Tenn State, 6-5/271
  • Ron’Dell Carter, James Madison, 6-3/269
  • Nick Wheeler, Colgate, 6-2/255
  • Sully Laiche, Nicholls, 6-2/270
  • Chris Terrell, Central Arkansas, 6-3/270
  • Ch’aim Smith, West Chester, 6-4/255
  • B.J. Jefferson, Tarleton State, 6-1/245
  • Elerson G. Smith, INU, 6-7/245


*Denotes underclassman.


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Nat L. Faybian’s 2020 NFL Draft Players Position Rankings

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College Football: Week 11 Tennessee at Kentucky

Tennessee Volunteers (4-5) vs Kentucky Wildcats (4-4)



Coach: Jeremy Pruitt

Tennessee Players to watch

Senior OC Brandon Kennedy (6-3/300)

Kennedy (55) was SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week vs South Carolina (10/26).

In 2018, Kennedy, a transfer from Alabama, tore his ACL in early September – missing the rest of the year. And while last season was admittedly difficult for him, Kennedy said there were things he did off the field that he believes made him a better player heading into 2019. “You can be in the training room, you can watch extra film, get to know the scheme and all those types of things. You can use it to your advantage,” Kennedy noted.

Tennessee offensive line coach Will Friend praised Kennedy during his time with the Knoxville Quarterback Club on Monday afternoon. “Just got news today, as I was leaving to come over from the office, that Brandon Kennedy was named (SEC) offensive lineman of the week,” Friend said. “Good for Brandon. When you talk about a great kid, he is what you want. Already graduated, is gonna have his Masters from Tennessee soon. Graduated from Alabama, was a grad-transfer, now he’s gonna have his masters. So about the time he gets out of here, Brandon will probably be a doctor. But he is a great kid and a great leader and does everything the right way.”

Senior MLB Daniel Bituli (6-3/243)

Bituli also had the best game of his college career, collecting a career-high 15 tackles (11 solos), one tackle for loss, one quarterback hurry and one pass breakup. He also made a huge play on special teams, essentially putting away South Carolina by blocking a punt and recovering the loose ball for a touchdown with 11 minutes, 41 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Bituli is currently leading the team in tackles this season and led the team in tackles last year.

Senior OLB Darrell Taylor (6-4/255)

The Volunteers recently switched from a 4-3 to a 3-4. Taylor was moved from DE to OLB in the change over. Taylor is a disruptive defender who has 14 sacks, 20.5 TFLs, six forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries over his 37-game career. He has started 21 games and has the second-most forced fumbles of any active SEC player.

*Junior LG Trey Smith (6-16/337)

In 2017, Smith started all 12 games for Tennessee as a freshman, collected All-SEC Second Team and SEC All-Freshman Team honors. In 2018, Smith started the first seven games before he was shut down for the rest of the season due to blood clots. This season, Smith has been cleared to play by physicians prior to Week 1. He was named SEC Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week following Tennessee’s 20-10 win over Mississippi State (Oct 12).



Coach: Mark Stoops

Kentucky Players to watch:

*Junior WR Lynn Bowden, Jr (6-1/199)

Bowden was named a 2019 AP Midseason All-American as an all-purpose player.

Last year, Bowden returned five punts and scored two touchdowns – averaging 29.2 yards per return. This year, however, he’s truly become an “all-purpose” player. Bowden has 30 receptions for 348 yards; 75 rushing attempts for 598 yards; plus he’s returned four kicks and seven punts. He’s already tallied up more than 1,150 yards this year and will probably top 1,500 before it’s all over.

*Junior OC Drake Jackson (6-2/313)

On Oct. 12, the Kentucky offensive line was been named a member of the midseason honor roll for the Joe Moore Award, recognizing the Most Outstanding Offensive Line Unit in college football. Jackson is the foundational piece of that unit. Three players have rushed for more than 300 yards (A.J. Rose, Lynn Bowden Jr., and Kavosiey Smoke) and the team is on pace for a fourth consecutive season of more than 2,000 rushing yards.

Jackson, a native of Versailles, Kentucky, started at center in all 13 games last season, giving him 20 consecutive starts. He was responsible for only one-half quarterback sack and he had 141 blocks at the point of attack, and had 33 knockdown blocks. He was a significant contributor to helping Benny Snell Jr. reach his third-consecutive 1,000-yard season, the first player in school history to accomplish that feat.

*Junior CB Brandin Echols (5-11/174)

Kentucky lost it’s entire starting defensive backfield to the NFL last year. Echols, a juco transfer from Northwest Mississippi Community College, is a physical corner with a knack for making big plays. While he doesn’t have an interception, yet, he had defended seven passes so far this year. Defensive backs coach Steve Clinkscale said of Echols, ” I think (he) has got a really good skill set and when he continues to take the coaching and listens and executes his assignments, I think he’ll be a really good player.”

**Sophomore P Max Duffy (6-1/186)

Australian punter who was rated as the No. 1 punting prospect in the class of 2018 by Ray Guy, when he averaged 48 yards per punt with an average hangtime of 4.42 seconds. Currently, Duffy is averaging close to 49 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. He’s only had 3 touchbacks so far this season. He has been named 2019 AP Midseason All-American second team.


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