2020 NFL Mock Draft: Cowboys score Grant Delpit, Burrow and Hurts hit top 10

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. OT. Cleveland Browns. Lucas Niang. 11. player. 53

One of the worst offensive lines in the NFL resides in Cleveland. For whatever reason, general manager John Dorsey neglected this unit in the offseason and actually made them worse by trading away Kevin Zeitler. He seemed to believe Austin Corbett could take over for him but admitted that was wrong by dumping Corbett to the Rams for a late pick.

Dorsey can’t ignore the line in 2020 and gets himself a stud in Lucas Niang. Don’t let the 6-foot-6, 340-pound frame fool you, this is a player capable of sticking with the speed rushers while also having the size to be a bully. The Browns line will be massively improved by this addition alone.

. DT. Arizona Cardinals. Raekwon Davis. 12. player. 32

After considering turning pro last season, Raekwon Davis went back to Alabama for his senior season. He lands with the Arizona Cardinals here and can be a huge addition to their line.

Strong as they come, Davis is also a good pass rusher. Arizona added a lot of weapons on offense in the 2019 draft and they start to rebuild the other side here.

Davis had a breakout season in 2017 when he had 69 tackles and 8.5 sacks. Since then, he hasn’t been as disruptive in the passing game, recording just 1.5 sacks in 2018, but he’s still constantly around the ball and can shut down the run game.