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Post-Season Pacific Takes Pac-12-focused 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Is Jacob Eason a first round pick?

We update our Pac-12-focused mock draft at the start of the new year.

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  1. Cinncinnati - Joe Burrow QB LSU
  2. Washington - Chase Young DE Ohio State
  3. Detroit - Jeffrey Okudah CB Ohio State
  4. Giants - Andrew Thomas T Georgia
  5. Miami - Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
  6. Chargers - Justin Herbert QB Oregon - I’ve gone back and forth on Herbert a lot. Sometimes I think he’s a second round pick and that’s probably where I think he belongs, but I know QBs fly off the board so I think the third team looking for one will grab him.
  7. Carolina - Isaiah Simmons S Clemson
  8. Arizona - CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
  9. Jacksonville - Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama
  10. Cleveland - Jedrick Wills T Alabama
  11. Jets - Tristan Wirfs T Iowa
  12. Las Vegas - Trevon Diggs CB Alabama
  13. Indianapolis - Jacob Eason QB Washington - See Herbert above. Eason feels like a second rounder to me, but quarterbacks are just at such value that I think he sneaks into the first. I also think he goes ahead of his former teammate Jake Fromm.
  14. Tampa Bay - Austin Jackson T USC - Don’t be surprised if Jackson moves up to the Thomas/Wills/Wirfs tier after the Combine. His physical skills are incredible and he’s still semi-raw as a true junior coming out.
  15. Denver - Javon Kinlaw DT South Carolina
  16. Atlanta - AJ Epenesa DE Iowa
  17. Dallas - Grant Delpit S LSU
  18. Miami - Yetur Gross-Matos DE Penn State
  19. Las Vegas - Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama
  20. Jacksonville - K’Lavon Chaisson DE LSU
  21. Philadelphia - CJ Henderson CB Florida
  22. Buffalo - Tee Higgins WR Clemson
  23. New England - Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame
  24. New Orleans - Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado - Shenault would be up there with Lamb and Jeudy if he had been more productive in his final season and a half at Colorado. The fact he’s still a first round pick given what’s he’s done since mid-2018 shows just how amazing of a pure player he is.
  25. Minnesota - Kristian Fulton CB LSU
  26. Miami - Mekhi Becton T Louisville
  27. Seattle - Terrell Lewis DE Alabama
  28. Baltimore - Julian Okwara DE Notre Dame
  29. Tennessee - Josh Uche DE Michigan
  30. Green Bay - Justin Jefferson WR LSU
  31. Kansas City - Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma
  32. San Francisco - Bryce Hall CB Virginia

Second Round

33. Cincinnati - Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

34. Indianapolis - Raekwon Davis DE Alabama

35. Detroit - Curtis Weaver DE Boise State

36. Giants - Jon Greenard DE Florida

37. Miami - D’Andre Swift RB Georgia

38. Chargers - Trey Smith T Tennessee

39. Carolina - Neville Gallimore DT Oklahoma

40. Arizona - Kenny Willekes DE Michigan State

41. Jacksonville - Bradlee Anae DE Utah - I think testing will be very important to Anae as I assume most don’t think he’s an elite athlete, but he can get himself into the first round if he tests that way.

42. Cleveland - Xavier McKinney S Alabama

43. Jets - Khalid Kareem DE Notre Dame

44. Chicago - Solomon Kindley G Georgia

45. Indianapolis - Jalen Reagor WR TCU

46. Tampa Bay - Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M

47. Denver - Josh Jones T Houston

48. Atlanta - Ashtyn Davis S Cal - Davis would have a great chance to get into the first round if more teams needed safeties. He still might actually.

49. Dallas - KJ Hamler WR Penn State

50. Pittsburgh - Anfernee Jennings DE Alabama

51. Chicago - Jordan Love QB Utah State

52. Rams - Jake Hanson C Oregon - I might be Hanson’s biggest publicist and I think he’s going to go off the board sooner than some of the more-recognizable Duck offensive linemen in the Draft.

53. Philadelphia - Gabriel Davis WR UCF

54. Buffalo - Nick Coe DE Auburn

55. Atlanta - Isaiah Wilson T Georgia

56. Miami - AJ Terrell CB Clemson

57. Minnesota - Ben Bredeson G Michigan

58. Houston - Prince Tega Wanogho T Auburn

59. Seattle - Cesar Ruiz C Michigan

60. Baltimore - Jordyn Brooks LB Texas Tech

61. Tennessee - Terrance Steele T Texas Tech

62. Green Bay - Yasir Durant T Missouri

63. Seattle - Cameron Dantzler CB Mississippi State

64. Kansas City - Jeff Gladney CB TCU