29. Tennessee Titans: DE, Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State
Harold Landry has 13.5 sacks in two seasons with the Tennessee Titans, but he needs a running mate. Yetur Gross-Matus is a bit of a project, but on the opposite side of Landry, he could give the Titans dominant edge rushing bookends for years to come.
This is a prospect who needs to develop physically to fill out and add strength to his long frame, and that will help diversify his array of pass moves. He might not make an instant impact at the NFL level, but with proper coaching, like having Mike Vrabel as his head coach, his ceiling is high.
30. Green Bay Packers: WR, Tee Higgins, Clemson
Aaron Rodgers isn’t exactly getting any younger, so the window for the Green Bay Packers to win now is getting smaller and smaller. The Packers must get some weapons besides Davante Adams in the passing game, and they do so here with Tee Higgins.
Higgins is a tall, lanky receiver who uses his long frame to create mismatches against smaller defensive backs, and would be a perfect compliment to Adams. Look for him to find work early in his career as a red zone target.
31. San Francisco 49ers: S, Grant Delpit, LSU
The 49ers do not have a second, third, fourth, or fifth round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, so it’s important they nail their first round pick. They have needs at interior offensive line, and in the secondary at both corner and safety.
I don’t see a first round guard on the board so instead the pick is Grant Delpit, a standout safety for LSU. Delpit entered 2019 as one of the best prospects in the class, but dealt with a high ankle sprain that effective his level of play. He is the kind of safety who is physical and will help in the run game.
32. Kansas City Chiefs: CB, Trevon Diggs, Alabama
The Chiefs announced that they will be using the franchise tag on defensive tackle Chris Jones, so they can now shift their attention to the secondary. Although the defense played better down the stretch, the unit could use some more help.
Trevon Diggs is the brother of Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs, and is a big corner at 6’1″, 205 and because he is a former wideout, he possess excellent ball skills. One of the negatives of the change of position he is not as polished as some of the other cornerbacks taken in round one, but he would be a great find to close out the first round.