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

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Picks 33-38

33. Bengals, Jedrick Wills Jr., T, Alabama: The Bengals need more help on the offensive and go with Jedrick Wills Jr., who currently protects Tagovailoa’s blind side. Wills has shown to be a steady run blocker and it looks like he can hold his own in pass protection.

Entering 2020, the Bengals will have Jonah Williams back healthy at left tackle, while Wills can step in at right tackle. With Burrow under center, two crucial part of the offensive line should be locked down for the foreseeable future.

34. Colts (from Washington) Xavier McKinney, DB, Alabama: Perhaps the Colts reach for a quarterback here, but it’d be a surprise. They’d be better off drafting  Xavier McKinney. He’s currently Alabama’s safety, but he looks capable of playing corner.

35: Giants, Marvin Wilson, DL, Florida State: It’s been written that Marvin Wilson is excellent in “2-gap ability,” making him a great candidate for a team that boasts three down linemen in their base scheme. Would help defend against the run and would join last year’s first-round pick, Dexter Lawrence, on the line. Just underwent hand surgery, but that shouldn’t scare away teams, especially in the second round.

36: Jets, Tyler Bladasz, C, Wisconsin: Adding to the offensive lineman is never a bad idea, which is why Wisconsin center Tyler Bladasz makes sense here.

37. Atlanta Falcons, Nick Coe, EDGE, Auburn: Needing some heat off the edge, the Falcons go with Auburns Nick Coe because Vic Beasley just isn’t cutting it.

38. Dolphins, Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford: Needing talent everywhere, the Dolphins steal Paulson Adebo in the second round.

39. Bucs, Najee Harris, RB, Alabama: The Bucs have little going for them offensively. After coming away with Tua in round one, they go with his backfield battery mate, Najee Harris, to give Bruce Arians a formidable ground game.

40. Denver Broncos, Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU: The Broncos need to fill the void created by the trade of Emmanuel Sanders. Courtland Sutton looks great, but he needs a complement on the other side.

In Justin Jefferson, the Broncos would get someone who is a yards-after-catch maven.