2020 NFL mock draft: Jordan Love heads to Patriots

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The 2020 NFL Draft is a month away, and as we continue to roll through the free agency period, teams needs, and selection spots will continue to change.

With the 2020 NFL Draft right around the corner, the selection spots and needs of all 32 NFL teams are going to change from week to week. Some teams have multiple first round selections that they could use as trade chips, and some have none, so you can expect more movement as we inch closer an closer to April 23.

Here is our latest 2020 NFL mock draft.

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

There is no real surprise that Joe Burrow continues to land at No. 1 in most mock drafts, especially after the season he just put together for the LSU Tigers. Burrow not only led the team to an undefeated season, and a national title, but he also took home the Heisman Trophy, while throwing for 60 touchdowns.

You just do not have that kind of production in a very tough SEC, a conference that many believe is the best in college football. As he enters the NFL, you have to believe he is going to be a starting quarterback right away, and the Cincinnati Bengals are looking for someone who can lead them into their next era of football.

Cincinnati actually played tough for most of the season, losing a bunch of close games, but they were also the worst team in the league in terms of record. That is going to be to their advantage this April, as they land Burrow, and move on from veteran Andy Dalton, who never won them a playoff game.

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

The Washington Redskins currently hold the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, and there are a lot of rumors going around in terms of what they will do with it. Remember,  their head coach in brand new, and if he is not sold on second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins, they could repeat what the Arizona Cardinals did in the last two drafts and select a quarterback in the first round in back-to-back years.

However, if they roll with Haskins, and decide to stay here, they have to add the best overall player in this draft class, and that is Chase Young from Ohio State. Some have said that  Young could end up being a better pro than former Buckeyes Joey and Nick Bosa, and after both came home with Rookie of the Year honors, that would yield the Redskins incredible production.

Of course, the Redskins already have talent on the edges, as they return Montez Sweat and Ryan Kerrigan next season. Still, Young is way too good a player to pass up, and if Ron Rivera and his staff does stick with the No. 2 overall selection, he has to be the pick here.