2020 NFL Mock Draft Week 10: Three corners in the top-10

AJ Schulte makes selections through the first three rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft in this Week 10 mock draft.

2020 NFL Mock Draft
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#33. Cincinnati Bengals: Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

Cincinnati has had a gaping void at right tackle for years now. Time to fill that. Niang would be a first-round pick, but Cincinnati catches a break with his recent medical surgery. Niang is a plug-and-play right tackle who hasn’t allowed a sack in two seasons. 

#34. Indianapolis Colts (via WAS): Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

The Colts need a boost in the interior of their defensive line. Gallimore is a freaky athlete and gifted pass-rusher in the interior. His motor is a non-stop engine and he delivers hits like a freight train. A formidable front seven duo between him and Dylan Moses for Indianapolis. 

#35. Miami Dolphins: Austin Jackson, OT, USC

 Miami has to do whatever it can to keep their new quarterback upright. Nabbing a high-upside and upper caliber tackle like Jackson to play left tackle for them would be a step in the right direction. Jackson can be their franchise cornerstone at left tackle. 

#36. Atlanta Falcons: Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

We know how desperately the Falcons need a new pass-rusher after the regression from Vic Beasley. Okwara is an athletic speed rusher with the frame to play in a 4-3 front. He and Okudah are two players with plenty of upside to be a formidable defensive duo.

#37. New York Jets: Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin

Ryan Kalil is set to go back into retirement, so the Jets need to find a replacement. Biadasz is a plug-and-play center that would help bolster the interior of their offensive line to protect Sam Darnold. 

#38. New York Giants: Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

The Giants continue to bolster their pass-rushing unit, which is still thin. Weaver is a talented pass rusher that James Bettcher can line up around the defense. 

#39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

If the Buccaneers want to commit to Winston again, they need to do a better job protecting him. Wanogho has go-go gadget arms with incredible power and size. He’s the perfect traitsy offensive lineman to develop. 

#40. Cleveland Browns: Ashtyn Davis, S, Cal

I’d describe how bad the Browns safety group is, but I don’t want to end up on a hit list. Let’s just say they need an upgrade back there. Davis is a former track star with endless range. I broke down his play earlier this season here. 

#41. Denver Broncos: Trey Adams, OT, Washington

It’s safe to say Garrett Bolles isn’t the answer at left tackle in Denver. Adams has been playing like a first-round pick this season, but the past medical issues will keep him from there. His length and quickness in pass protection will help with protecting a rookie quarterback. 

#42. Chicago Bears: Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

I’m still a little unsure about the future of the Bears and the pro potential of Hurts, but it’s clear that Mitch Trubisky isn’t the answer at QB. With a winning roster, the Bears need to find an answer at quarterback sooner rather than later. Why not try to find the solution in the 2020 NFL Draft?

#43. Arizona Cardinals: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

Is this the steal of the draft? Perhaps, if Shenault stays healthy. The constant nagging injuries are sure to give NFL teams pause, but he can be a WR1 if he’s healthy. Pairing Shenault with Kyler and Kliff Kingsbury would be a fantasy football dream come true. 

#44. Detroit Lions: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

The Lions upgraded their pass rush and now they need to upgrade their pass coverage. The Patriots have had stellar safety play for years and if Patricia wants to emulate that, he needs a player in coverage like McKinney. 

#45. Los Angeles Chargers: Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

With no offensive tackles left without a reach, the Chargers take another need. Dantzler is an athletic and twitchy corner with phenomenal ball skills. Plugging him in with Casey Hayward and the Chargers defense gets even tougher. 

#46. Tennessee Titans: Carlos Basham, EDGE, Wake Forest

Cam Wake is at the end of his career, and the Titans would be smart to invest in another talented pass rusher opposite Harold Landry. Basham is an explosive pass rusher with plenty of upside. 

#47. Jacksonville Jaguars: Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida State

Marcell Dareus is likely on his way out of Jacksonville, so the Jaguars could look at his replacement. Wilson is a one-gap defensive lineman who looks like a two-gapper. His athleticism at his size is enticing. He was playing like a first-round pick but recently announced he was undergoing season-ending surgery. 

#48. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida

I’m not sure Pittsburgh can keep Bud Dupree for long, and even if they do, their depth on the edge is still thin. Zuniga is an explosive OLB-type pass rusher who has to develop his pass-rushing plan. 

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