Thanks to everyone that hung out with us! We put a close to our mock draft season on CBS Sports HQ. CBSSports.com will have several mock drafts from our experts this week though. Everybody hang in there. We are SO CLOSE to the main event. Stay safe, everyone!
There were certainly some surprises in CBS Sports HQ's fifth and final Mock Draft Monday. The biggest one involved the Miami Dolphins, who decided not to select quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with the fifth overall pick. Miami also pulled off the only trade in Monday's mock, acquiring the 15th overall pick from the Broncos in exchange for the 18th and 70th overall picks.
It was an ideal mock draft for several teams, including the Buccaneers, Cowboys, Eagles and Patriots, who were able to select players who should immediately fill some of their biggest needs -- and those teams didn't need to trade up to acquire them. The Patriots, with the 23rd pick, were actually able to find Tom Brady's possible heir without having to move up.
Some of the many experts who took part in our final Mock Draft Monday include ex-NFL players Brady Quinn, Bryant McFadden and Danny Kanell; former NFL executive Scott Pioli; NFL insiders Jonathan Jones and Jason La Canfora; senior NFL analysts Pete Prisco and Will Brinson; NFL fantasy analysts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard; and NFL Draft analyst Ryan Wilson.
Here are the complete results from Monday's mock draft. You can also follow along by taking a look at the analysis of each pick below, which was made it real time.
2020 Mock Draft 5.0
No. 1: Cincinnati Bengals — QB Joe Burrow, LSU
No. 2: Washington Redskins — EDGE Chase Young, Ohio State
No. 3: Detroit Lions — CB Jeff Okudah, Ohio State
No. 4: New York Giants — LB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson
No. 5: Miami Dolphins — QB Justin Herbert, Oregon
No. 6: Los Angeles Chargers — QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
No. 7: Carolina Panthers — DT Derrick Brown, Auburn
No. 8: Arizona Cardinals — OL Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
No. 9: Jacksonville Jaguars — OL Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama
No. 10: Cleveland Browns — OL Mekhi Becton, Louisville
No. 11: New York Jets — WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
No. 12: Las Vegas Raiders — WR CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma
No. 13: San Francisco 49ers — WR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
No. 14: Tampa Bay Buccaneers — OL Andrew Thomas, Georgia
No. 15: Miami Dolphins (via trade with Denver) — S Xavier McKinney, Alabama
No. 16: Atlanta Falcons — EDGE K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU
No. 17: Dallas Cowboys —CB C.J. Henderson, Florida
No. 18 Denver Broncos (via trade with Miami) — DL Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina
No. 19: Las Vegas Raiders — DL Marlon Davidson, Auburn
No. 20: Jacksonville Jaguars —CB Kristian Fulton, LSU
No. 21: Philadelphia Eagles — WR Justin Jefferson, LSU
No. 22: Minnesota Vikings — CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah
No. 23 New England Patriots — QB Jordan Love, Utah State
No. 24: New Orleans Saints — LB Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma
No. 25: Minnesota Vikings — WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State
No. 26: Miami Dolphins — OL Josh Jones, Houston
No. 27: Seattle Seahawks —OL Ezra Cleveland, Boise State
No. 28: Baltimore Ravens — LB Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech
No. 29: Tennessee Titans — EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State
No. 30: Green Bay Packers — LB Patrick Queen, LSU
No. 31: San Francisco 49ers — DT Ross Blacklock, TCU
No. 32: Kansas City Chiefs — OL Cesar Ruiz, Michigan