With the first two weeks of NFL free agency in the books, the league already looks a lot different from how it did after the NFL Scouting Combine.
With that in mind, let's project who will be picked where and when with our latest 2020 NFL Mock Draft.
1. Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Tua Tagovailoa's rising health possesses the potential to make things interesting, but all indications still seem to be that the Bengals are committed to bringing Joe Burrow back to Ohio. At this point, it would be a complete shock if Cincinnati selected anybody but the reigning Heisman Trophy winner.
2. Washington Redskins - Chase Young, DE, Ohio State
The Redskins haven't exactly shown a strong commitment to Dwayne Haskins, which could make them a candidate to draft Tagovailoa. But with the addition of Kyle Allen from Carolina, their most likely course of action is adding another Washington D.C. native out of Ohio State in Chase Young, who many consider to be the best player in the draft.
3. Detroit Lions - Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State
Like Washington, the Lions will have to think long and hard about drafting Tagovailoa. But after trading Darius Slay to the Eagles, Detroit's most obvious course of action is replacing him with the best cornerback in the draft in Ohio State's Jeff Okudah.
4. New York Giants - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
The Giants added a potential short-term fix to their offensive tackle issue with the signing of Cameron Fleming. That could allow them to take the best player available, which in this case happens to be Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons -- a Swiss Army knife who could serve as a cornerstone of New York's defense for years to come.
5. Miami Dolphins - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
It's hard to imagine Miami landing Tagovailoa without trading up. But even if they need to do just that, the Dolphins have more than enough ammo to go up and get the quarterback they covet.
6. Los Angeles Chargers - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
With Tyrod Taylor currently projected to be their starter, the Chargers will be a threat to trade up for Tagovailoa. But even if they can't pass Miami, that might not stop them from taking their quarterback of the future in Oregon's Justin Herbert.
7. Carolina Panthers - Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn
Based on the moves they've made this offseason, the Panthers seem to be favoring upside over everything else. In that case, it makes sense for them to add the reigning SEC Defensive Player of the Year in Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown, who could pair with Kawann Short to give Carolina one of the league's most formidable interior defensive lines.
8. Arizona Cardinals - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
After finding their franchise quarterback in Kyler Murray, Arizona would be wise to protect him -- especially if it has its first pick of offensive linemen. Over the course of the past few weeks, Iowa's Tristan Wirfs seems to have emerged as the top player at his position in the draft.
9. Jacksonville Jaguars - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
Cam Robinson is in the final year of his contract and while solid, the Jaguars could use an upgrade. As it appears headed for a rebuild, it makes sense for Jacksonville to grab an offensive tackle with the upside of Mekhi Becton, who could eventually be blocking for one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2021 class.
10. Cleveland Browns - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
After signing right tackle Jack Conklin in free agency, the Browns solidify the left side of their offensive line with perhaps the draft's pro-ready offensive tackle in Georgia's Andrew Thomas.
11. New York Jets - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
After investing in their offensive line in free agency -- and losing Robbie Anderson to the Carolina Panthers -- the Jets now need to get Sam Darnold some weapons. While there will be discussions about CeeDee Lamb and Henry Ruggs III, Alabama's Jerry Jeudy's combination of upside and pro-readiness should make him the top wide receiver taken.
12. Las Vegas Raiders - C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
The signing of Eli Apple doesn't represent enough of an upgrade that the Raiders can afford to now ignore its need at cornerback. And while Las Vegas also has a hole at wide receiver, the deep nature of the position will allow them to opt for one of its top remaining cornerbacks in Florida's C.J. Henderson.
13. San Francisco 49ers - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
With the pick it acquired from the Indianapolis Colts in the DeForest Buckner deal, the reigning NFC champions fill one of its biggest holes at wide receiver with Henry Ruggs III. The Alabama speedster would pair well with Deebo Samuel, giving the 49ers one of the league's most intriguing receiver duos.
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama
After addressing its defensive line needs in free agency, Tampa Bay can now focus its draft efforts on its offensive line. And the deep nature of the offensive tackle position means that the Buccaneers can still grab a player like Alabama's Jedrick Wills Jr., who could wind up becoming the best player at his position in the draft.
15. Denver Broncos - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
With the top offensive tackle options off the board, Denver turns to one of its other biggest needs. At 6-foot-2, CeeDee Lamb would pair with 6-foot-4 Courtland Sutton to give second-year signal-caller Drew Lock a pair of tall -- and talented -- wide receiver targets.
16. Atlanta Falcons - K'Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
The Falcons signed Dante Fowler Jr. in free agency, but you can never have too much pass rushing. Plus, LSU's K'Lavon Chaisson is too much of a value to pass up on should the top-10 talent find himself slipping to the No. 16 pick.
17. Dallas Cowboys - Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
With big money tied up in Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper, the Cowboys have limited resources to improve their collection of skill players. As a result, it makes sense for them to take a swing on a high upside prospect like LSU's Justin Jefferson.
18. Miami Dolphins - D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
This might seem high for a running back, but D'Andre Swift has the talent and the Dolphins have both the need at the position and an abundance of draft picks to justify the pick.
19. Las Vegas Raiders - Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
Having already filled their need at cornerback, the Raiders turn their attention to wide receiver. At 6-foot-4, Tee Higgins is a big-bodied, high upside prospect who would immediately become Derek Carr's top target.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars - Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
One of the top risers this draft season, the Jaguars would likely have to consider Javon Kinlaw at No. 9. But should they manage to first grab a left tackle prospect and then draft Kinlaw with the pick they acquired in the Jalen Ramsey trade, it's hard to think of a more ideal scenario for Jacksonville.
21. Philadelphia Eagles - Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
The Eagles possess two of the league's best tight ends but one of its weaker wide receiver corps. One of the biggest risers this draft season, Denzel Mims possesses both the size (6-foot-3) and upside to provide an immediate upgrade.
22. Minnesota Vikings - Josh Jones, OT, Houston
Using the pick it acquired from the Buffalo Bills in the Stefon Diggs trade, Minnesota fortifies its offensive line with Houston offensive tackle Josh Jones, who was one of the biggest standout prospects at this year's Senior Bowl.
23. New England Patriots - Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
Outside of quarterback, there's not a bigger need on the Patriots' roster than linebacker following the offseason departures of Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins. In LSU's Patrick Queen, New England would be grabbing one of the draft's best.
24. New Orleans Saints - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
Having added Emmanuel Sanders to a wide receiving corps that already included Michael Thomas, wide receiver isn't as big of a need for the Saints as it seemed to be entering the offseason. Thus, New Orleans can afford to address its need at linebacker with Oklahoma's Kenneth Murray, who totaled 102 tackles, 17 of which came for a loss and 4 sacks in 2019.
25. Minnesota Vikings - Antoine Winfield Jr., CB/S, Minnesota
Even after franchise tagging safety Anthony Harris, Minnesota has a glaring hole in their secondary. Here they address it by adding one of the draft's most versatile prospects, Antoine Winfield Jr., who happens to be the son of a Vikings great.
26. Miami Dolphins - Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State
Even after adding Shaq Lawson, Miami could stand to continue to improve its pass-rush. Having tallied 18.5 sacks in the last two seasons, Yetur Gross-Matos could help the Dolphins do just that.
27. Seattle Seahawks - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
After using free agency to address its offensive line needs, Seattle can use the draft to address the secondary. Alabama's Trevon Diggs is the type of prospect whose ball skills could thrive under Pete Carroll.
28. Baltimore Ravens - Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
To this point, the Ravens have spent most of the offseason addressing their defense -- especially the front seven. And while their offense was one of the most dynamic in football, Arizona State's Brandon Aiyuk (65 reception, 1,192 yards, 8 touchdowns in 2019) could make it even more potent.
29. Tennessee Titans - A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson
The re-signing of Dennis Kelly means the Titans don't have to use their first-round pick to immediately replace Jack Conklin. Instead, they can take the best cornerback available, who in this case happens to be Clemson's A.J. Terrell.
30. Green Bay Packers - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
The Packers' top priority this offseason should be to find weapons to ease the pressure on Davante Adams. And while neither Devin Funchess nor Marcedes Lewis may move the needle, Chase Claypool possesses the type of size (6-foot-4, 229 pounds) that has often paired well with Aaron Rodgers.
31. San Francisco 49ers - A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
After trading DeForest Buckner to Indianapolis, San Francisco replenishes its defensive line depth with Iowa's A.J. Epenesa, whose 5-star talent and versatility could shine playing alongside Nick Bosa and Arik Armstead.
32. Kansas City Chiefs - J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
While Damien Williams has emerged as the Chiefs' top running back, it's clear their preference is to have multiple options at the position. With his versatility as both a runner and receiver, J.K. Dobbins would fit in seamlessly with Kansas City's explosive offense.