20. Jacksonville Jaguars (L.A. Rams): CeeDee Lamb WR, Oklahoma
-The Jaguars already went WR once, but they need even more help and Lamb is a fantastic player that should never have fallen this far. It happens every year and unfortunately for the AFC South this is the player and team that scream “best value pick of the draft”, oh well good thing they still have to use Nick Foles.
21. Dallas Cowboys: Javon Kinlaw DL, South Carolina
-Kinlaw is so inconsistent that it is hard for me to even put him in the first round, but his upside and splash plays are great and the Cowboys have the players to be a good unit already except in the middle of that line.
22. Miami Dolphins (via Pittsburgh Steelers): Tee Higgins WR, Clemson
-Some people compare Higgins to A.J. Green and he definitely has some of those vibes. This would give the Dolphins two fun boundary targets in Higgins and Preston Williams, giving Justin Herbert two huge targets to really open up the field.
23. Kansas City Chiefs: Paulson Adebo CB, Standford
-Adebo is an afterthought this season, but he is a tall corner with great ball skills and the instincts to make plays. Where I really like him is as a guy who can break up the jump ball and affect big receivers like division rivals Mike Williams and Courtland Sutton.
24. Minnesota Vikings: Tyler Biadasz iOL, Wisconsin
-This one may be a little bit surprising when you think about the Vikings taking Garrett Bradbury last year, but I think adding Biadasz to that line and replacing Josh Kline helps them capitalize on what Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins are doing right now.
Biadasz gets some flak because he isn’t a transcendent player, but I don’t really know what you want from a center that he can’t do or that he isn’t doing. He fits any scheme, he has size and athleticism, and he is a leader. Works for me.