NFL Draft Order 2020: Complete List of Second-Round Picks, Top Remaining Prospects

Having selected Joe Burrow with the first overall pick of the NFL Draft on Thursday night, the Cincinnati Bengals are again set to be the first team on the clock when the second round gets underway Friday.

The LSU quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner was a shoo-in to become the first quarterback drafted with the first No. 1 overall pick by the Bengals since they selected Carson Palmer in 2002 and so it proved, with Burrow the opening name called out by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

The Washington Redskins selected Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young with the second pick but don't have a second-round pick. Thus the Indianapolis Colts will be the second team on the clock, ahead of the Detroit Lions and the New York Giants.

The Colts, who also hold the 12th pick in the second round, did not feature in the first round after trading away the 13th overall selection to San Francisco last month in exchange for DeForest Buckner, only for the 49ers to flip the pick to Tampa Bay on Thursday night. The Bucs selected Iowa tackle Tristan Wirfs with the 13th overall pick, while the 49ers slid down to 14th and drafted South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw.

The New England Patriots, meanwhile, will be the fifth team on the clock on Friday. The Patriots went into their first draft of the post-Tom Brady era with the 23rd overall pick, their joint highest since the 2012 draft, but traded out of the first round.

New England sent the pick to the Los Angeles Chargers in exchange for the 37th overall pick and a third-round pick, meaning New England now has a total of 13 picks—the second-highest behind the Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins used their three first-round picks to draft Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa at No.5, as well as USC tackle Austin Jackson and Auburn cornerback Noah Igbinoghene at No.19 and 30 respectively.

Miami will pick seventh and 24th in the second round and Dolphins' general manager Chris Grier to be looking to address the franchise's remaining holes.

The Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Rams also have multiple picks on Friday night, which could particularly important for the latter pair as both franchises sat out the first round.

Top remaining prospects

The first round may have passed but plenty of highly-rated prospects remain available.

Georgia's D'Andre Swift was the overwhelming favorite to be the first running back selected in the draft, but the honor fell to LSU's Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Swift remained on the board Thursday night.

The former Georgia star, who ranked 16th on NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah's top 150 prospects list, will be joined in the second round by fellow running backs J.K. Dobbins from Ohio State and Jonathan Taylor from Wisconsin.

A trio of Big Ten edge rushers are also still available after going unselected on Thursday night. Iowa defensive end A.J. Epenesa was spoken of as a potential top-10 pick last season and in most mock drafts, but a disappointing performance at the NFL Combine in February saw him left on the board Thursday night.

He will be joined on Day Two of the draft by Penn State edge rusher Yetur Gross-Matos and his Wisconsin counterpart Zack Baun. Auburn edge rusher Marlon Davidson is also still available, as are Alabama safety Xavier McKinney and Texas Christian University defensive tackle Ross Blacklock.

Here's the complete draft order for teams picking in the second round.

J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
Running back J.K. Dobbins #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes rushes the football against the Clemson Tigers during the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl at State Farm Stadium on December 28, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. The Tigers defeated the Buckeyes 29-23. Dobbins is expected to be selected in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Christian Petersen/Getty

2020 NFL Draft second-round order

33. Cincinnati Bengals
34. Indianapolis Colts (from Washington Redskins)
35. Detroit Lions
36. New York Giants
37. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Chargers)
38. Carolina Panthers
39. Miami Dolphins
40. Houston Texans (from Arizona Cardinals)
41. Cleveland Browns
42. Jacksonville Jaguars
43. Chicago Bears (from Las Vegas Raiders)
44. Indianapolis Colts
45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
46. Denver Broncos
47. Atlanta Falcons
48. New York Jets
49. Pittsburgh Steelers
50. Chicago Bears
51. Dallas Cowboys
52. Los Angeles Rams
53. Philadelphia Eagles
54. Buffalo Bills
55. Baltimore Ravens (from New England Patriots via Atlanta Falcons)
56. Miami Dolphins (from New Orleans Saints)
57. Los Angeles Rams (from Houston Texans)
58. Minnesota Vikings
59. Seattle Seahawks
60. Baltimore Ravens
61. Tennessee Titans
62. Green Bay Packers
63. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco 49ers)
64. Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City Chiefs)