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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#81. Denver Broncos (via PIT): Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

One of the more intriguing options in this linebacker class, Taylor plays the STAR role in Mel Tucker’s defense, which is a linebacker/safety hybrid. He’s a phenomenal athlete with coverage skills, but he is still developing mentally, considering he has only played football for a few years. 

#82. Philadelphia Eagles: JK Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

#83. Carolina Panthers: Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

#84. Los Angeles Rams: Ben Bartch, OT, St. John’s

Bartch will be one of the fastest risers of the 2020 NFL Draft cycle if he performs well at the Senior Bowl. He stands at 6’6 305-310 pounds and is a phenomenal athlete with great length and power. He’s not as raw as one would think as a D3 lineman either. He could be a Terron Armstead-like riser with a great offseason at the 2020 Senior Bowl and the 2020 Combine.

#85. Dallas Cowboys: Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt

#86. Indianapolis Colts: Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern

#87. Minnesota Vikings: Walker Little, OT, Stanford

Finally, an offensive lineman for the Vikings. Little is the former #1 HS player in the country. He’s incredibly raw and is just coming off of a season-ending injury, but his athletic upside can’t be ignored.

#88. Kansas City Chiefs: Khalid Kareem, EDGE, Notre Dame

#89. Cleveland Browns (via HOU): Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri

Want a sleeper at the defensive tackle spot? Meet Jordan Elliott, the Longhorn turned Missouri Tiger who has been playing lights out since he showed up in Columbia. Cleveland simply can’t continue with their poor defensive tackle rotation, as Ogunjobi has regressed and their depth players being non-factors. 

#90. Buffalo Bills: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State

While Frank Gore and Devin Singletary are incredibly talented runners, neither has tremendous burst as runners. Hubbard describes burst and acceleration to a T. Pairing him with Devin Singletary would give Buffalo a formidable duo at running back.

#91. Green Bay Packers: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

#92. Las Vegas Raiders (via SEA): Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

Julian Blackmon and Jaylon Johnson get a lot of praise in the Utah secondary, but Burgess has been a key contributor for them as well. He’s a coverage safety who takes reps in the slot in nickel packages. He’s a good tackler and has shown good range in coverage as well. Potential riser in the making.  

#93. Baltimore Ravens: Francis Bernard, LB, Utah 

Back-to-back Utah defenders here. Bernard screams Baltimore Raven to me with his hard-hitting and physical attitude when combined with his high football IQ and intelligence. If he tests well at the Combine, the top-100 is not out of the question for Bernard. 

#94. New Orleans Saints: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

#95. New England Patriots: Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

Kmet has been one of the few offensive bright spots for Notre Dame this season. He’s a versatile tight end who can play in-line and out wide. The Patriots are known for their affection for the tight end position, and Kmet’s versatility and athleticism will help get him drafted high. 

#96. Denver Broncos: Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn

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