NFL 2020 Mock Draft Roundup: Senior Bowl Edition

NFL 2020 Mock Draft Roundup: Senior Bowl Edition

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NFL 2020 Mock Draft Roundup: Senior Bowl Edition

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NFL 2020 Mock Draft Roundup: Senior Bowl Edition


Where are the Mountain West players at the Senior Bowl going to get drafted?


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With the conclusion of the 2019 football season, it’s now that time of year where notable college players are showing off their skills in showcase games.This week, there have been numerous reports on Mountain West players participating in practices for the 2020 Senior Bowl. We’ll take a look at each player and see where the latest mock drafts have them going.

Jordan Love

Leaving school early to declare for the draft, Love had a strong week in practices. NBC Sports has touted his “cannon arm” and graded him performing well above other notable quarterbacks in practice such as Michigan’s Shea Patterson and Washington State’s Anthony Gordon. CBS Sports has also reported on Love’s strong week and how he looks like a potential first-rounder.

Here are the latest mocks where Love could go during the 2020 draft.

Bleacher Report: Pick #23 to the New England Patriots

CBS: Pick #13 to the Indianapolis Colts

With the First Pick: Pick #13 to the Indianapolis Colts

Fansided: Pick #24 to the New Orleans Saints

NFL.com: Pick #13 to the Indianapolis Colts

Logan Wilson

The reliable and hard-nosed linebacker from Wyoming will be playing on the North’s team when the game kicks off. He had a terrific career with the Cowboys, racking up 421 total tackles and 10 interceptions. This week he was able to show off his nose for the football on day three of practices for the Senior Bowl, snagging an interception. There is little doubt he’ll be able to carve out a spot in the NFL come draft day.

Mocks for Wilson in the 2020 draft:

CBS sports: 5th round pick, #167 overall to the Dallas Cowboys

Walter Football: Projects Wilson to go between the 4th and 6th rounds.

Keith Ismael

The three-year starting offensive lineman for the Aztecs has expressed his dream of playing for the pros. He’ll get a shot to shine in the Senior Bowl as he had a strong career with the Aztecs, starting 38 of the 39 games in which he played. He also garnered All-Mountain West Conference honors in each of his playing years.

Mock round-up for Ismael and other news:

Drafttek: Projects the Center as a mid-round pick with the potential to move up.

Draftblaster: Has Ismael as a top-five center prospect.

Rotoworld: Has Ismael as a potential riser; has all the physical tools to succeed in NFL.

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