2020 NFL Draft Results By Team

Listed below are all 255 picks of the 2020 NFL draft, broken down by team. You can find a complete breakdown of the draft results by round right here.

Here are the complete 2020 NFL draft results by team:

Arizona Cardinals

1-8: Isaiah Simmons, LB (Clemson)
3-72: Josh Jones, T (Houston)
4-114: Leki Fotu, DT (Utah)
4-131: Rashard Lawrence, DT (LSU)
6-202: Evan Weaver, LB (Cal)
7-222: Eno Benjamin, RB (Arizona State)

Atlanta Falcons

1-16: A.J. Terrell, CB (Clemson)
2-47: Marlon Davidson, DT (Auburn)
3-78: Matt Hennessy, C (Temple)
4-119: Mykal Walker, LB (Fresno State)
4-134: Jaylinn Hawkins, S (California)
7-228: Sterling Hofrichter, K (Syracuse)

Baltimore Ravens

1-28: Patrick Queen, LB (LSU)
2-55: J.K. Dobbins, RB (Ohio State): Signed
3-71: DT Justin Madubuike, DT (Texas A&M): Signed
3-92: Devin DuvernayWR (Texas)
3-98: Malik Harrison, LB (Ohio State)
3-106: Tyre Phillips, OL (Mississippi State): Signed
4-143: Ben Bredeson, G (Michigan): Signed
5-170: Broderick Washington Jr., DT (Texas Tech): Signed
6-201: James Proche, WR (SMU): Signed
7-219: Geno Stone, S (Iowa): Signed

Buffalo Bills

2-54: AJ Epenesa, DE (Iowa): Signed
3-86: Zack Moss, RB (Utah)
4-128: Gabriel Davis, WR (UCF): Signed
5-167: Jake Fromm, QB (Georgia): Signed
6-188: Tyler Bass, K (Georgia Southern): Signed
6-207: Isaiah Hodgins, WR (Oregon State): Signed
7-239: Dane Jackson, CB (Pittsburgh): Signed

Carolina Panthers

1-7: Derrick Brown, DT (Auburn): Signed
2-38: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE (Penn State)
2-64: Jeremy Chinn, DB (Southern Illinois)
4-113: Troy Pride Jr., CB (Notre Dame)
5-152: Kenny Robinson, S (West Virginia)
6-184: Bravvion Roy, DT (Baylor)
7-221: Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, CB (Florida International)

Chicago Bears

2-43: Cole Kmet, TE (Notre Dame)
2-50: Jaylon Johnson, CB (Utah)
5-155: Trevis Gipson, LB (Tulsa)
5-173: Darnell Mooney, WR (Tulane)
7-226: Arlington Hambright, T (Colorado)
7-227: Lachavious Simmons, T (Tennessee State)

Cincinnati Bengals

1-1: Joe Burrow, QB (LSU)
2-33: Tee Higgins, WR (Clemson)
3-65: Logan Wilson, LB (Wyoming)
4-107: Akeem Davis-Gaither, OLB (Appalachian State)
5-147: Khalid Kareem, DE (Notre Dame)
6-180: Hakeem Adeniji, T (Kansas)
7-215: Markus Bailey, LB (Purdue)

Cleveland Browns

1-10: Jedrick Wills, T (Alabama)
2-44: Grant Delpit, S (LSU)
3-88: Jordan Elliott, LB (Missouri)
3-97: Jacob Phillips, LB (LSU)
4-115: Harrison Bryant, TE (Florida Atlantic): Signed
5-160: Nick Harris, C (Washington): Signed
6-187: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR (Michigan): Signed

Dallas Cowboys

1-17: CeeDee Lamb, WR (Oklahoma)
2-51: Trevon Diggs, CB (Alabama)
3-82: Neville Gallimore, DT (Oklahoma)
4-123: Reggie Robinson III, CB (Tulsa)
4-146: Tyler Biadasz, C (Wisconsin)
5-179: Bradlee Anae, DE (Utah)
7-231: Ben DiNucci, QB (James Madison)

Denver Broncos

1-15: Jerry Jeudy, WR (Alabama)
2-46: K.J. Hamler, WR (Penn
3-77: Michael Ojemudia, CB (Iowa)
3-83: Lloyd Cushenberry, C (LSU)
3-95: McTelvin Agim, DL (Arkansas)
4-118: Albert Okwuegbunam, TE (Missouri)
5-178: Justin Strnad, LB (Wake Forest)
6-181: Netane Muti, G (Fresno State)
7-252: Tyrie Cleveland, WR (Florida)
7-254: Derrek Tuszka, LB (North Dakota State)

Detroit Lions

1-3: Jeffrey Okudah, CB (Ohio State)
2-35: D’Andre Swift, RB (Georgia)
3-67: Julian Okwara, OLB (Notre Dame)
3-75: Jonah Jackson, G (Ohio State)
4-121: Logan Stenberg, OL (Kentucky): Signed
5-166: Quintez Cephus, WR (Wisconsin)
5-172: Jason Huntley, RB (New Mexico State)
6-197: John Penisini, DT (Utah): Signed
7-235: Jason Cornell, DE (Ohio State)

Green Bay Packers

1-26: Jordan Love, QB (Utah State)
2-62: A.J. Dillon, RB (Boston College)
3-94: Josiah Deguara, TE (Cincinnati)
5-175: Kamal Martin, LB (Minnesota)
6-192: Jon Runyan, G (Michigan)
6-208: Jake Hanson, C (Oregon)
6-209: Simon Stepaniak, T (Indiana)
7-236: Vernon Scott, S (TCU)
7-242: Jonathan Garvin, DE (Miami)

Houston Texans

2-40: Ross Blacklock, DT (TCU)
3-90: Jonathan Greenard, LB (Florida): Signed
4-126: Charlie Heck, OL (North Carolina): Signed
4-141: John Reid, CB (Penn State)
5-171: Isaiah Coulter, WR (Rhode Island)

Indianapolis Colts

2-34: Michael Pittman, WR (USC)
2-41: Jonathan Taylor, RB (Wisconsin): Signed
3-85: Julian Blackmon, S (Utah)
4-122: Jacob Eason, QB (Washington): Signed
5-149: Danny Pinter, G (Ball State): Signed
6-193: Robert Windsor, DT (Penn State): Signed
6-211: Isaiah Rodgers, CB (UMass): Signed
6-212: Dezmon Patmon, WR (Washington State): Signed
6-213: Jordan Glasgow, S (Michigan): Signed

Jacksonville Jaguars

1-9: C.J. Henderson, CB (Florida)
1-20: K’Lavon Chaisson, DE (LSU)
2-42: Laviska Shenault, WR (Colorado)
3-73: Davon Hamilton, DT (Ohio State)
4-116: Ben Bartch, OT (St. John’s (MN))
4-137: Josiah Scott, CB (Michigan State)
4-140: Shaquille Quarterman, ILB (Miami)
5-157: Daniel Thomas, S (Auburn)
5-165: Collin Thomas, WR (Texas)
6-189: Jake Luton, QB (Oregon State)
6-206: Tyler Davis, TE (Georgia Tech)
7-223: Chris Claybrooks, CB (Memphis)

Kansas City Chiefs

1-32: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB (LSU)
2-63: Willie Gay Jr., LB (Mississippi State)
3-96: Lucas Niang, OT (TCU)
4-138: L’Jarius Sneed, S (Louisiana Tech)
5-177: Mike Danna, DE (Michigan)
7-237: Thakarius Keyes, CB (Tulane)

Las Vegas Raiders

1-12: Henry Ruggs III, WR (Alabama)
1-19: Damon Arnette, CB (Ohio State)
3-80: Lynn Bowden Jr., WR (Kentucky)
3-81: Bryan Edwards, WR (South Carolina)
3-100: Tanner Muse, LB (Clemson)
4-109: John Simpson, OL (Clemson)
4-139: Amik Robertson, CB (Louisiana Tech)

Los Angeles Chargers

1-6: Justin Herbert, QB (Oregon)
1-23: Kenneth Murray, LB (Oklahoma)
4-112: Joshua Kelley, RB (UCLA)
5-151: Joe Reed, WR (Virginia)
6-186: Alohi Gilman, S (Notre Dame)
7-220: K.J. Hill, WR (Ohio State)

Los Angeles Rams

2-52: Cam Akers, RB (Florida State)
2-57: Van Jefferson, WR (Florida)
3-84: Terrell Lewis, OLB (Alabama)
3-104: Terrell Burgess, S (Utah)
4-136: Brycen Hopkins, TE (Purdue)
6-199: Jordan Fuller, S (Ohio State)
7-234: Clay Johnston, LB (Baylor)
7-248: Sam Sloman, K (Miami of Ohio)
7-250: Tremayne Anchrum, OL (Clemson)

Miami Dolphins

1-5: Tua Tagovailoa, QB (Alabama): Signed
1-18: Austin Jackson, T (Miami)
1-30: Noah Igbinoghene, CB (Auburn)
2-39: Robert Hunt, OL (Louisiana)
2-56: Raekwon Davis, DL (Alabama): Signed
3-70: Brandon Jones, S (Texas): Signed
4-111: Solomon Kindley, OL (Georgia): Signed
5-154: Jason Strowbridge, DT (UNC): Signed
5-164: Curtis Weaver, DE (Boise State): Signed
6-185: Blake Ferguson, LS (LSU): Signed
7-246: Malcolm Perry, WR/RB (Navy)

Minnesota Vikings

1-22: Justin Jefferson, WR (LSU)
1-31: Jeff Gladney, CB (TCU)
2-58: Ezra Cleveland, OT (Boise State)
3-89: Cameron Dantzler, CB (Mississippi State)
4-117: D.J. Wonnum, DE (South Carolina)
4-130: James Lynch, DT (Baylor)
4-132: Troy Dye, OLB (Oregon)
5-169: Harrison Hand, CB (Temple)
5-176: K.J. Osborn, WR (Miami)
6-201: Blake Brandel, T (Oregon State)
6-203: Josh Metellus, S (Michigan)
7-225: Kenny Willekes, DE (Michigan State)
7-244: Nate Stanley, QB (Iowa)
7-249: Brian Cole II, S (Mississippi State)
7-253: Kyle Hinton, OL (Washburn)

New England Patriots

2-37: Kyle Dugger, S (Lenoir-Rhyne): Signed
2-60: Josh Uche, LB (Michigan): Signed
3-87: Anfernee Jennings, OLB (Alabama): Signed
3-91: Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): Signed
3-101: Dalton Keene, TE (Virginia Tech): Signed
5-159: Justin Rohrwasser, K (Marshall): Signed
6-182: Michael Onwenu, G (Michigan)
6-195: Justin Herron, T (Wake Forest): Signed
6-204: Cassh Maluia, LB (Wyoming): Signed
7-230: Dustin Woodard, C (Memphis): Signed

New Orleans Saints

1-24: Cesar Ruiz, C (Michigan)
3-74: Zack Baun, OLB (Wisconsin)
3-105: Adam Trautman, TE (Dayton)
7-240: Tommy Stevens, QB (Mississippi State)

New York Giants

1-4: Andrew Thomas, T (Georgia)
2-36: Xavier McKinney, S (Alabama)
3-99: Matt Peart, OT (Connecticut)
4-110: Darnay Holmes, CB (UCLA)
5-150: Shane Lemieux, G (Oregon)
6-183: Cameron Brown, LB (Penn State)
7-218: Carter Coughlin, LB (Minnesota)
7-238: T.J. Brunson LB (South Carolina)
7-247: Chris Williamson, CB (Minnesota)
7-255: Tae Crowder, LB (Georgia): Signed

New York Jets

1-11: Mekhi Becton, T (Louisville)
2-59: Denzel Mims, WR (Baylor)
3-68: Ashtyn Davis, S (California)
3-79: Jabari Zuniga, DE (Florida)
4-120: Lamical Perine, RB (Florida)
4-125: James Morgan, QB (Florida International)
4-129: Cameron Clark, OT (Charlotte)
5-158: Bryce Hall, CB (Virginia)
6-191: Braden Mann, P (Texas A&M)

Philadelphia Eagles

1-21: Jalen Reagor, WR (TCU)
2-53: Jalen Hurts, QB (Oklahoma)
3-103: Davion Taylor, LB (Colorado)
4-127: K’Von Wallace, S (Clemson)
4-145: Jack Driscoll, G (Auburn)
5-168: John Hightower, WR (Boise State)
6-196: Shaun Bradley, LB (Temple)
6-200: Quez Watkins, WR (Southern Miss)
6-210: Prince Tega Wanogho, T (Auburn): Signed
7-233: Casey Toohill, DE (Stanford)

Pittsburgh Steelers

2-49: Chase Claypool, WR (Notre Dame)
3-102: Alex Highsmith, OLB (Charlotte)
4-124: Anthony McFarland Jr., RB (Maryland)
4-135: Kevin Dotson, G (Louisiana)
6-198: Antoine Brooks Jr., S (Maryland)
7-232: Carlos Davis, DT (Nebraska)

San Francisco 49ers

1-14: Javon Kinlaw, DT (South Carolina)
1-25: Brandon Aiyuk, WR (Arizona State)
5-153: Colton McKivitz, T (West Virginia)
6-190: Charlie Woerner, TE (Georgia)
7-217: Jauan Jennings, WR (Tennessee)

Seattle Seahawks

1-27: Jordyn Brooks, LB (Texas Tech)
2-48: Darrell Taylor, OLB (Tennessee)
3-69: Damien Lewis, G (LSU)
4-133: Colby Parkinson, TE (Stanford)
4-144: DeeJay Dallas, RB (Miami)
5-148: Alton Robinson, DE (Syracuse)
6-214: Freddie Swain, WR (Florida)
7-251: Stephen Sullivan, TE (LSU)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1-13: Tristan Wirfs, T (Iowa)
2-45: Antoine Winfield Jr., S (Minnesota)
3-76: Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB (Vanderbilt)
5-161: Tyler Johnson, WR (Minnesota)
6-194: Khalil Davis, DT (Nebraska)
7-241: Chapelle Russell, OLB (Temple)
7-245: Raymond Calais, RB (LSU)

Tennessee Titans

1-29: Isaiah Wilson, T (Georgia)
2-61: Kristian Fulton, CB (LSU)
3-93: Darrynton Evans, RB (Appalachian State)
5-174: Larrell Murchison, DT (N.C. State): Signed
7-224: Cole McDonald, QB (Hawaii)
7-243: Chris Jackson, S (Marshall)

Washington Redskins

1-2: Chase Young, DE (Ohio State)
3-66: Antonio Gibson, RB (Memphis)
4-108: Saahdiq Charles, OT (LSU)
4-142: Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR (Liberty)
5-156: Keith Ismael, C (San Diego State)
5-162: Khaleke Hudson, LB (Michigan)
7-216: Kamren Curl, S (Arkansas)
7-229: James-Smith Williams, DE (N.C. State)

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    • crosseyedlemon

      The staff do a first rate job with this I think. Not a mobile app user so I don’t know what kind of experience they are having but no complaints here.

      • Patrick N.

        As a mobile user it’s not so bad. Just refresh every once in a while like the website.

    • Jcool90

      Hmmm ravens still gotta pick dumb dumb learn yo stuff. Lol must not know its next yrs pick.

  1. mcdusty49

    Damn Raiders I hope you saw something different because you could’ve traded into the 2nd round and got Arnette along with another pick

    • dkcsmc1991

      Curious if you are a Raiders fan; are you confident Mike Mayock knows what he is doing?

      • sportsguy1

        No I’m not confident in his picks. Ferrell last year and the 2 blunders this year.

      • mcdusty49

        I am a Raiders fan and I also believe in Mayock…was shocked with the Ferrell pick but he is a good player with high character…I’m hoping that this is just based on me being in construction and not an NFL scout lol

      • Jcool90

        Lol 3 WRs lol. Dude I was asking same thing. Like you gotta build your D UP and protect Carr.

        • JoeBrady

          1-If you are going to pick 3 WRs, this is the draft to do so.

          2-More importantly, I think the 3rd WR bounces Williams from the team. That’s a lot of cap space.

          Having said that, I think Elliot would’ve been a great pick had we taken him instead of Bowden or Edwards.

      • JD Candello

        Yes but he seems to do better days 2 and 3 –

        Day 3- Simpson and Robertson was a A+ today

        Day 2 – I think they could have taken Gallimore and 1 of the Wr picks and gambled the other lasted till 100 ( We really needed that Pats trade down for today- If effective this means we coulda gotten Gallimore minus Muse- B-

        Day 1 – Really wish we coulda gotten that Deal Sd gave Pats at 23 – I know the charts woulda said we got killed but yea we coulda had Arnette and that free 70 coulda been Baun… D+

        Its an exciting draft ill give it a B- overall –

        A+ woulda been Sd trade down w getting Bowden at 100 instead of Muse

        12- Ruggs
        37- Arnette
        73- Baun
        80-Gallimore
        81-Edwards
        100- Bowden
        109- Simpson
        139- Amick R

        That was a 1 trade you lose and a small gamble away- They woulda been lauded over that draft- Dallas did a nice job scooping Gallimore right after we passed couldnt belive they passed there at 80/81

        • JoeBrady

          Day 3- Simpson and Robertson was a A+ today

          I loved both picks, and thought both were Day 2 worthy, but this was a deep draft.

          I didn’t like 3 WRs, but I do like the fit.

          I like 2 DBs, but thought Arnette was a reach.

          One of the things to keep in mind is that the Raiders are trying to build a high-character team. We did that last year in the draft and it worked.

          And then we skipped it with acquiring Brown, and it blew up super-nova on us.

          • JD Candello

            Totally agree, I thought Amick should have gone off the board before Muse was even picked- Was shocked he made it 39 more picks

            Was a nice treat to end the day off

    • jjabrony

      Actual players aside, the positions picked are interesting – 6 of the 7 are either to load up on passing offense or to defend against the pass…basically this year’s draft was done with KC in mind by trying to keep up with their offense or defending against it. I disagree with the first two picks, or at least the value of the picks, but I like the plan

  2. sportsguy1

    No I’m not confident. Ferrell last year and the 2 blunders this year.

  3. tropicoflungcancer
    tropicoflungcancer

    Ruiz will be a stud for sure but the Saints desperately need to find a linebacker.

    • king beas

      I think Larry warford gets traded for a pick that then gets used on a line backer

    • tball1661

      Did the Saints not draft a center in the first round last year too? Eric McCoy? I was hoping they would draft Queen but I am curious if they wanted Kenneth Murray before the Chargers traded up to grab him. Thoughts?

      • tropicoflungcancer
        tropicoflungcancer

        Payton mentioned Ruiz by name in the days leading to the draft. He’ll shift to guard and the Saints O-Line gets even more studly. But the Murray theory makes sense.

  4. Thronson5

    I like the 9ers first round. Confused on why they passed on some of those WRs but the one we got is gonna be really good in Kyles system. Kinlaw with a rotation of Jones and others will do the job for replacing Buckner, he’s no Buckner but don’t need him to be honestly. Enough talent on that line and front 7 that I honestly don’t think it’s a big deal and I get the trade, couldn’t afford him so we at least got a cheaper replacement plus trading back one spot to add that extra pick helped insure we got a good WR do not only found a good replacement for Buckner but got a good replacement for Sanders.

  5. andthenisaid

    15 of the first round from the SEC. 5 of those from LSU. 4 from Alabama.

    • crosseyedlemon

      I think some of that is due to “herd mentality”. You often see something similar to that in the stock market with investors rushing to the hot sector because they figure the experts have some special inside information.

      • JoeBrady

        There has been nothing in the history of the world that separated commoners from the money, than the herd mentality. Same with sports.

        • crosseyedlemon

          I agree Joe but I still enjoy those old westerns where a town local says “There’s gold in them thar hills” and suddenly the flyspect of a town becomes a booming metropolis.

  6. Dtownwarrior78

    Even being a DET fan I’d say DET and DEN having best draft this far. Denver got faster by a whole lot and Detroit filled holes that desperately needed it. Now just need to keep M. Stafford and M. Jones Jr on the field! That and use our new rookies in the right spots on the field. If Kerryon Johnson can’t stay healthy AGAIN this year then it’s bench time and let’s see if Swift ready for a 3 down workload!

    • JoeBrady

      Denver did well. Detroit did better. You got at least 5 guys I’d have drafted as a Raiders’ fan. i think Denver got a bit lucky that Jeudy fell, and Cush fell a little also.

  7. madmc44

    BB deserves the “Mr. Irrelevant” pick after losing TB & trading Gronk for a 4th.

    • crosseyedlemon

      Apparently the Eagles and Bears used the same pick to draft Quez Watkins…lol. I’m glad the dry run went well though.

  8. JoeBrady

    I’m giving this draft to Minny. Without great draft postion, they landed a lot of talent. I’ll give Detroit #2. Interesting Panthers draft with 7-7 all defensive picks.

    • JD Candello

      I love what Car did

      Love what Bal did

      The Raiders draft is growing on me too, I think the Bowden pick was all about the Red Zone-

      Think we are gonna run a sh@%load of wildcat in the RZ this year where we struggled mightily last year- When You throw in punt returns its actually quite a value for a 3rd rder just not the traditional way you think of it

      • JoeBrady

        It’s an odd thing. I don’t necessarily agree with the players, but except for not maybe getting Elliot in the middle, the overall draft looks good.

        • JD Candello

          Dude, very dissapointed we didnt use 80/81 on Elliot or Gallimore- Such value, I think Ruggs and Edwards was predetermined and hard set from the beginning-

          I know theres not a current need a DT but Gallimore seems like a nice Blue collar piece to fit w Max/Ferrell on the edges for the future

    • crosseyedlemon

      Joe it’s customary to wait for the staff to post a poll asking who the draft winner was. Of course if your a mobile app user who is never provided with a working link to the polls your jumping the gun is excused.

  9. Ak185

    I’m not sure who “won” this draft, but I can tell you who lost. The Packers had the worst draft I have seen in a very long time. It’s not because all of the players they got stink, it’s because they nothing to help at their worst positions, namely WR. And Love obviously was overdrafted, and they traded up for him as is. Using a 1st on an iffy prospect who was arguably as low as a 3rd rounder on some boards, when you finished a game away from the Super Bowl and have multiple glaring needs (WR and ILB in particular, of which there were top rated players like Shenault, Higgins, and Queen available), is atrocious. Not to mention that Rodgers just signed an extension and will be playing for at least two or three more years, and Love was, again, nowhere near to the best QB in this class. Rodgers fell to Packers unexpectedly years ago, but was argued possibly as being the 1st overall pick. He was thought of as being the best QB in the class, with only other guy who could stack up. Jordan Love was NEVER rated that highly, and his tape backs that assessment up. Terrible pick.

    But we could even overlook one bad if the Packers made up for it with a good one later. No, they passed on every available WR, and added some LBs later, they passed on Queen, Baun, and Wilson in favor of positions of lesser need. They also had a shot at highly rated players at lesser positions of need, such as McKinney or Delpit. It’s good to plan for future, but the point is to win championships. If you’re that close and instead just take steps backward, you may as well have retained Ted Thompson.

    I’m not a Packer fan, but I felt bad for them watching Gutekunst bumble this offseason. Just shocking that he would refuse to draft ANY WRs at all in such a deep class. I know Rodgers can be a diva, but refusing to help the team just to spite him is…unproductive. I talked longer than I meant to about that, but it’s crucial considering how good Minnesota’s draft was and how much improved the Lions should be after their draft. The Ravens I thought also had their typical great draft. Cincy really impressed me too. Jury’s out on many others. That Edwards-Helaire might turn out deadly.

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