We made it guys. It’s been a rough bumpy road, but we made it. Covid-19 is a hot topic in the sports world now a days and I’m glad we finally get a real sports event to be upset about, laugh about, cry about and be excited for. 2020 has been full of surprises and tonight we get the cherry on top. We get the NFL Draft. Enjoy my final mock draft as I get ready to enjoy my Bengals make the number #1 pick and I’ll be popping champagne at 5:05 pm to celebrate. Here we go!

32. Kansas City Chiefs

AJ Terrell CB, Clemson

Aj Terrell got cooked in the National Championship game, but it was against the unstoppable LSU Tigers. That might have been best case scenario for Terrell as he still lands in the first round and goes to a team on the verge of a repeat.

31. San Francisco 49ers

Josh Jones OL, Houston

Like I’ve said before I full expect the 49ers to trade back into the 2nd and 3rd round, but for now I’ll mock them Houston O-lineman Josh Jones. Jones is a long tackle that can help fortify San Fran’s offensive line for another possible Super Bowl run in 2020.

30. Green Bay Packers

Tee Higgins WR, Clemson

Aaron Rodgers might kiss the front office if they get Tee Higgins at 30. Higgins has been compared to Aj Green and was freak at Clemson. They only way to upgrade from Trevor Lawrence at QB? Aaron Rodgers.

29. Tennessee Titans

Jaylen Johnson CB, Utah

The Titans are gonna have 2 PAC-12 corners after taking Johnson at 29. Johnson was a stud at Utah and he is a very versatile corner. Johnson should be competing for a day 1 starting job in Nashville.

28. Baltimore Ravens

Jalen Reagor WR, TCU

The Ravens go back to back on first round receivers. They can’t seem to get Antonio Brown on the team and Lamar Jackson is going to need more weapons to throw to after that tough playoff loss at home.

27. Seattle Seahawks

Yetur Gross-Matos EDGE, Penn State

Gross-Matos heads to Seattle to take over for Jadaveon Clowney. YGM can play the run like no other and Pete Carroll should be salivating for the chance to draft the Penn State product.

26. Miami Dolphins

Grant Delpit S, LSU

The Miami Dolphins take the first safety off the board and it’s good one. Delpit is an all-American National Champion that balled the fuck out for LSU. Grant could put on a little weight but he has shown his ability to play in the box.

25. Minnesota Vikings

Brandon Aiyuk WR, ASU

A long quick receiver lands in Minneapolis to try and fill the void that Stephon Diggs left. Aiyuk does have some injury issue but would be considered as one of the top receivers in this year’s draft.

24. New Orleans Saints

Patrick Queen LB, LSU

The New Orleans Saints pick up a local freak here in Queen. Queen can make an instant impact by helping fill some holes on NOLA’s defense. Queen’s got sideline to sideline speed and can be the king of New Orleans if he succeeds.

23. New England Patriots

Austin Jackson OL, USC

Bill Belichick finds a hidden gem late in the first round. Austin Jackson is great find here for the Pats late in the draft. Jackson is a super athletic tackle and should help Stidham in his first or second year.

22. Minnesota Vikings

Kristian Fulton CB, LSU

The Vikings fill a need here at CB after losing Trae Waynes and Mackensie Alexander. Fulton is a National Championship winning corner back and went toe to toe with the SEC’s best in 2019.

21. Philadelphia Eagles

Justin Jefferson WR, LSU

Eagles have zero receivers on their roster. Jefferson should be and instant impact for Philly and should immediately boost Carson Wentz’s stock. Jefferson can help the Eagles get over the playoff hump.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jordan Love QB, Utah State

The Jags shock the world here and take Jordan Love at 20. They have Minshew and could still add another veteran but it’s not out of this world for the Jags to add another QB in 2020.

19. Las Vegas Raiders

Kenneth Murray LB, Oklahoma

Another need fit here for the Vegas Raiders. Murray is a thumper and can help contain the running backs in the AFC West along with Patrick Mahomes. Murray should be a day 1 starter for the black and silver.

18. Washington Redskins via Miami

AJ Epenesa EDGE, Iowa

Washington gets its edge rusher and it’s not Chase Young. I had Washington trading back and picking up Epenesa along with a cart full of draft picks to help the rebuild.

17. Dallas Cowboys

CJ Henderson CB, Florida

Dallas goes with need at #17 with CJ Henderson and fill a tremendous need. After losing Byron Jones the Cowboys need to fill that corner spot and continue on their path to try and win a Super Bowl.

16. New York Giants via Atlanta

K’Lavon Chaisson EDGE, LSU

The Giants pick up a speed rusher after trading back with Atlanta and acquiring a boat load of picks. Giants are in a rebuild mode and in the works to get more pieces for Danny Dimes and Saquon.

15. Cleveland Browns via Denver

Mekhi Becton OL, Louisville

The Browns get the most athletic offensive lineman in the draft and help fill a need for Baker Mayfield. The Browns are in position for a big year after a disappointing 2019. Odell, Mayfield, Becton. Let’s go.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Andrew Thomas OL, Georgia

The rich get richer. Andrew Thomas is going to join Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski on their run for a Super Bowl. Thomas is arguably one of the top tackles in the draft and Tom Brady’s uniform should be kept clean cases of Thomas.

13. San Francisco 49ers

Javon Kinlaw DL, South Carolina

The Niners have been rumored to trade back, and I think they will, but for this mock I’ll keep it simple and give them the best player available. Kinlaw is a powerful hand technician and help fill the hole that De’Forest Buckner left behind.

12. Las Vegas Raiders

Jerry Jeudy WR, Alabama

The Raiders should be stoked to get Jeudy at 12. Jeudy does have a lingering knee issue but is questionably the most polished route runner in the draft. Jeudy should be a day 1 starter and help DC keep his job in Vegas.

11. New York Jets

Henry Ruggs III WR, Alabama

The Jets need to get help for Sam Darnold after losing Robby Anderson and they’ll most likely fill the void with Ruggs. Ruggs is a track star and should help the Jets put up more points and eventually win more games.

10. Denver Broncos via Cleveland

CeeDee Lamb WR, Oklahoma

The Broncos trade up to grab the first receiver off the board and they grab the stud from Norman. CeeDee Lamb is an electric receiver who can stretch the field for Drew Lock and Courtland Sutton and help the Broncos win more games.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars

Derrick Brown DL, Auburn

Jaguars have two picks in the top 20 and they take advantage of a run stuffer here. Derrick Brown is a force in the middle and has unlimited energy. Great pick by the Jags here.

8. Arizona Cardinals

Tristan Wirfs OL, Iowa

Cardinals fortify their offensive line and provide help for Kyler Murray. Wirfs is a stud and should give Kyler time to find D-Hop down the field. Wirfs is the 2nd best tackle and 2nd off the board.

7. Carolina Panthers

Jeff Okudah CB, Ohio State

The Panthers get an absolute steal here at #7 as trades cause Okudah to fall on the draft board. Okudah is a lockdown corner and the Panthers fill a need execute by taking the best player on the board.

6. Los Angeles Chargers

Tua Tagovailoa QB, Alabama

The Chargers just got new uniforms and they pick up a new quarterback a week later. Tua should sit behind Tyrod Taylor for a few years and he can heal up and learn the playbook as Taylor leads the Chargers into a new stadium.

5. Washington Redskins Via Miami

Jedrick Wills JR. OL, Alabama

I love the idea of the Redskins trading back, and I can see it happening. The Redskins have been fielding calls for the #2 pick and in my mock they take the bait with a Miami trade and accumulate a bunch of picks. Jedrick Wills should help fill Trent Williams’ spot on DC’ s offensive line.

4. Atlanta Falcons via New York Giants

Isaiah Simmons Defense, Clemson

Falcons give up a lot here to move up but they see an opportunity they like and take advantage. Simmons is a machine that can play anywhere on the field. Great pick by ATL, I love the aggressiveness.

3. Detroit Lions

Chase Young EDGE, Ohio State

An absolute monster on the board at #3. The Lions gotta run from their Winnebago to the podium and pick Young #3.

2. Miami Dolphins Via Washington

Justin Herbert QB, Oregon

Dolphins trade up here for Herbert and they get their quarterback. They only give up their 5th pick, 18th pick and 56th pick to move up. Dolphins still loaded with picks throughout the draft and plenty of chances to strike.

1. Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow QB, LSU

Duh. Heisman winner. National Champion. Stud. ROY.