20. Jacksonville Jaguars (f/LAR): CB C.J. Henderson, Florida
Earlier in this draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars took Isaiah Simmons. With there second pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Jaguars will take another spot of need, cornerback. Fill in Florida corner C.J. Henderson.
Henderson had a great 2018 campaign but unfortunately followed that up with a bad 2019 season. His playmaking ability is there, as since the start of 2018, he’s broken up 11 passes on 66 targets.
That is an insane rate. If he is able to get back on track, the pick the Jaguars acquired from trading Jalen Ramsey could essentially replace him.
21. Philadelphia Eagles: WR Jalen Reagor, TCU
The Eagles are one of the hardest teams to watch, as they are so good on defense but are really bad on offense. Not that they don’t have some good players, but because they don’t have enough good players. Philly is lacking at wide receiver, so fill in the fastest wide receiver coming out of college, TCU’s Jalen Reagor.
Reagor doesn’t have the same stats as some other first-round wideouts, but his film speaks for itself. The speedster is a playmaker, making 15 of 31 contested catches last year. He will be a nice weapon for Carson Wentz and should allow this offense to take deep shots downfield.
22. Buffalo Bills: WR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
The Bills have one of the NFL’s best defenses, and it was on full display in their close loss to the Houston Texans in the Wild Card round this past Saturday. In this draft class, they should focus on their offense, and should give their franchise quarterback, Josh Allen, some needed help at wide receiver.
Ruggs is a yards after catch monster, and is most definitely slated for the first round this April. If Reagor is off the board, I expect the Bills to take him, as he has the type of speed that I’m not sure even Josh Allen could overthrow.