Post-Super Bowl three-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Eight QBs Taken

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Joe Burrow 2020 NFL Mock Draft
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Now that the Super Bowl is behind us, we are officially in the draft season for all 32 franchises. Here is my three-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft.

Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs on their Super Bowl 54 win. They had an amazing playoff run where they showed resiliency and fight in each of their matchups by coming from behind to win in each postseason game. Now that the season is officially over, the order for the draft is set and we are in full swing of draft season. In this piece, I am putting together a three-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft to give fans potential prospects to look for their team come April.

There is still so much that has yet to come to prepare us for the 2020 NFL Draft like the NFL Scouting Combine and pro days for these prospects. Many people think these events are overrated, but it clarifies the athletic limitations or potential these athletes have. We already have built-in expectations of how some of these guys will perform at the combine like Henry Ruggs III‘s 40-yard dash time.

There will be trades involved in the first two days of the draft, however, for this being a large mock, I decided to stray from incorporating trades this time. This 2020 NFL Mock Draft has a total of eight quarterbacks drafted in the first two days of the draft. Check out my longest mock draft thus far where I take on the full first two days of the draft.

56. QB. Joe Burrow. 1. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. LSU

There is nothing I need to say here. It’s just known. Joe Burrow is the next quarterback in Cincinnati.

2. 58. Ohio State. Chase Young. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. EDGE

The Chase Young pick also seems super likely to happen. There are some speculations of Washington potentially trading down here, but I think they take the best overall talent in this 2020 NFL Mock Draft.