2020 NFL mock draft: Raiders add elite talent at wide receiver

CeeDee Lamb (#2) tries to get the crowd fired up during the Big 12 championship (Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images).
CeeDee Lamb (#2) tries to get the crowd fired up during the Big 12 championship (Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images). /
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With Super Bowl LIV in the books, we take a look at the final draft order for April’s 2020 NFL Draft in our latest first round mock draft.

We have officially reached the end of the 2019 NFL season, as the Kansas City Chiefs took care of business against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. With that game coming to a close, the attention now switches to the 2020 offseason for all 32 NFL teams, and we now have the official draft order heading into the offseason.

Here is our latest 2020 NFL mock draft after Super Bowl LIV.

Joe Burrow. 1. player. 56. . Quarterback. Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals hold the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, and as they look to turn the page from quarterback Andy Dalton, it could not come at a better time. Cincinnati has options at No. 1 in terms of the quarterback position, but many believe that LSU signal-caller Joe Burrow will be the choice this April.

Burrow is coming off a magical season with the Tigers, a year that saw him lead the team to an undefeated regular season season, a national title, and a Heisman Trophy. With the Bengals, he would be the perfect man to take over and lead this team in a new direction, as they have not won a playoff game in 30 years.

The Bengals have some solid talent on both sides of the ball, including running back Joe Mixon, who is developing into one of the better players at his position in the NFL. Sure, they have to figure out what to do with their big-name free agents, especially A.J. Green, but this is certainly an exciting time for the fan base.

58. . Edge. Washington Commanders. Chase Young. 2. player

The Washington Redskins wrapped up the Jay Gruden era during the 2019 regular season, replacing him with Bill Callahan on an interim basis. Since then, they have decided to bring in Ron Rivera to be their new head coach, and you can believe he is going to do special things with this franchise.

Looking at their roster, they have some work to do, but after drafting Dwayne Haskins in the first round last year, they will not be going quarterback at No. 2 overall. Instead, they should target the best overall player this draft class has to offer, and that is Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young, who has the talent to be the best edge rusher we have seen in some time.

That is huge praise considering the way Nick Bosa came into the league this season, running away with the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year honor. Many who follow Ohio State feel that Young is going to be the better of the two players, and with a defensive-minded head coach in Rivera, he is going to be able to tap into his incredible potential.