Cleveland Browns fill two biggest needs in two-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft

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Picks 26-32

26. Miami Dolphins, Alex Leatherwood, OL, Alabama: They’ve got to replace Laremy Tunsil and with my prediction, that they’re eyeing Trevor Lawrence in 2021, the Dolphins go with Alabama’s Alex Leatherwood. Leatherwood replaced 2019 first-round pick Jonah Williams, as Alabama continues to churn lineman out. He can play both guard and tackle.

27. New Orleans Saints, Lavisaka Shenaul, WR, Colorado: With Michael Thomas, the Saints are already dangerous. Add in someone like Lavisaka Sheanault, in addition to having Alvin Kamara in the backfield, and opposing defensive coordinators will be having nightmares.

28. Seattle Seahawks, Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin: The Seahawks have tried to make life easier for Russell Wilson, addressing wide receiver in last spring’s draft. They turn to Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor to pick up a ground game that just hasn’t been the same since left.

29. Baltimore Ravens, Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma, LB: Seems like the Ravens defense lives off reputation. They’re not the worst unit in the league, but far from where they were during their years of Super Bowl contention. Murray has sideline-to-sideline speed to keep up with running backs and tight ends, and he can also be impactful behind the line of scrimmage.

30. Green Bay Packers, Creed Humphrey, OL, Alabama: The Packers need better blocking to get their interior run game going. He’s a redshirt shophomore, but could be impactful from Week 1 of the 2020 season.

31. New England Patriots, Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt: Jared Pinkney won’t make anyone forget Gronk, but it was just one season ago that he caught 50 passes for 774 yards and seven touchdowns.

32. San Francisco 49ers, Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia: Bryce Hall was thought of as one of the top corners in the country until an ankle injury left him out of commission for the remainder of the season. When he gets healthy, he could be special and is worth the gamble here for the 49ers.