The 2020 NFL free agency wave brought on major roster changes and now it's full-on mock draft season. Key signings and trades have helped fill needs and clarify what we can expect in the draft. We have a ton of updates from our last mock now that we have some testing numbers to pair with film grades. And yes, the NFL draft is set to happen on schedule, though no players nor fans will be present due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.
This is a good exercise to see how different teams tend to value need against pure talent that's available. As easy as it is to say that player X "won't be available" at a certain point, these mocks show scenarios where surprising names fall to unexpected ranges. It's fun to simulate how five quarterbacks going in the top-15 will affect the rest of the draft, for example.
We'll do a few of these mocks throughout the off-season to update projections based on team fits and past tendencies. Make sure you tweet us your thoughts and projections to see how they matchup with our mock.