2020 NFL mock draft: Jordan Love heads to Patriots

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SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Jerry Jeudy #4 of the Alabama Crimson Tide celebrates his first quarter touchdown reception against the Clemson Tigers the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) /

42. . Wide Receiver. San Francisco 49ers. Jerry Jeudy. 13. player

The San Francisco 49ers netted themselves a second first round selection this April, this after trading away defensive lineman DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts. Buckner will certainly be missed along the 49ers defensive line, but they still have a ton of talent there, and will not look to replace him with this pick.

Now holding the Colts No. 13 overall selection, the 49ers should look to bring in more talent at the wide receiver position, this time bringing in Jerry Jeudy from Alabama. Many feel that Jeudy is the best route-runner in this draft class, and would be a solid fit with Jimmy Garoppolo and this 49ers offense.

San Francisco has the pieces in place to be a contender in the NFC once again next season, and there is no reason why they cannot make another run at the Super Bowl. They need playmakers, and in Jeudy, they would be getting a player who can come in and become a 1,000-yard wide receiver right away.

48. . Edge Rusher. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. K'Lavon Chaisson. 14. player

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers landed the No. 1 overall free agent this year, adding a six-time Super Bowl winner in Tom Brady. With Brady at the top of the depth chart at quarterback, the Buccaneers have let Jameis Winston walk via free agency, and there is no doubt he will latch on somewhere else, but in a backup spot.

Tampa Bay has a lot to look forward to on offense, as Brady has two 1,000-yard wide receivers in Chris Godwin and Mike Evans. On defense, they are still looking to add more playmakers on all three levels, and one area of concern right now is along the edges, where they have re-signed Jason Pierre-Paul.

One player who is rocketing up draft boards in K’Lavon Chaisson from LSU, who should be the second edge rusher off the board this April. He would immediately fill one of the bigger needs the Buccaneers have on the defensive side of the ball, as they look to make a playoff run with TB12 under center.