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As a country, most places in America are closed to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. The disease did not stop the NFL from holding the annual draft. On Thursday, April 23, the National Football League held the first virtual draft in its history.

The 2020 draft is held in what is typically NFL Commissioner’s Roger Goodell’s man cave, in the basement of his New York home. Earlier Thursday, Goodell gave fans a tour of the new broadcasting room on his Twitter.

“Draft day 2020! Much different than we ever imagined, but its going to be fun,” Goodell said after concluding his tour.

In a time of social distancing and remaining six feet apart, many Americans can feel more distant than ever. Switching to a virtual draft gave the NFL the opportunity to bring people together without the risk of this disease spreading.

“But this year with all that’s going on in our society and around the globe, we need more experiences together,” Goodell said in an interview with Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts. “We need that ability to look forward and maybe have a distraction or diversion from all that we’re going through over the last couple of months, and this is a way to bring people together virtually.”

Starting of the night, former Louisiana State University quarterback, Joe Burrow was picked number one overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. Many expected Burrow to be number one overall, but for him, it was a victory that took fighting for.

“To jump up to number one overall is crazy to me,” the 2019 Heisman Trophy winner said in an interview with Suzy Kolber after being selected. “I wasn’t really good my junior year, its that simple. I worked really hard to get better. All my guys worked really really hard to get better, and we just gelled as a team this year to do exactly what we did.”

Today marks to day two of the 2020 NFL Draft. With Round One completed, there are now 6 more rounds left, with 223 more players to be drafted. The draft will air on ABC, ESPN, and the NFL Network starting at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time. On Saturday, the event will begin at 12:00 p.m. Eastern time.

Below is a complete list of the first round draft picks from Thursday night. The list will continue to be updated as the draft continues.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow – LSU
  2. Washington Redskins: Chase Young – Ohio State
  3. Detroit Lions: Jeff Okudah – Ohio State
  4. New York Giants: Andrew Thomas – Georgia
  5. Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
  6. Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Herbert – Oregon
  7. Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown – Auburn
  8. Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Simmons – Clemson
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: CJ Henderson – FLorida
  10. Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills – Alabama
  11. New York Jets: Mekhi Becton – Louisville
  12. Los Vegas Raiders: Henry Ruggs III – Alabama
  13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tristan Wirfs – Iowa
  14. San Francisco 49ers: Javon Kinlaw – South Carolina
  15. Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
  16. Atlanta Falcons: A.J. Terrell – Clemson
  17. Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
  18. Miami Dolphins: Austin Jackson – USC
  19. Los Vegas Raiders: Damon Arnette – Ohio State
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars: K’Lavon Chaisson – LSU
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Reagor – Texas Christian
  22. Minnesota Vikings: Justin Jefferson – LSU
  23. Los Angeles Chargers: Kenneth Murray – Oklahoma
  24. New Orleans Saints: Cesar Ruiz – Michigan
  25. San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Aiyuk – Arizona State
  26. Green Bay Packers: Jordan Love – Utah State
  27. Seattle Seahawks: Jordyn Brooks – Texas Tech
  28. Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen – LSU
  29. Tennessee Titans: Isaiah Wilson – Georgia
  30. Miami Dolphins: Noah Igbinoghene – Auburn
  31. Minnesota Vikings: Jeff Gladney – Texas Christian
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire – LSU

On Friday, April 24 the Philadelphia Eagles picked the 2019 Heisman Trophy runner-up Jalen Hurts in the second round. The former University of Oklahoma Sooner quarterback transferred from the University of Alabama in 2019 where he led the Crimson Tide to two national championship games, before being replace by Tua Tagovailoa. Hurts left the world of college football with a 38-4 career record.

Below are the results from Friday night’s round two of the draft.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Tee Higgins – Clemson
  2. Indianapolis Colts: Michael Pittman – USC
  3. Detroit Lions: D’Andre Swift – Georgia
  4. New York Giants: Xavier McKinney – Alabama
  5. New England Patriots: Kyle Dugger – Lenor-Rhyne
  6. Carolina Panthers: Yetur Gross-Matos – Penn State
  7. Miami Dolphins: Robert Hunt – Louisiana-Lafayette
  8. Houston Texans: Ross Blacklock – Texas Christian
  9. Indianapolis Colts: Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
  10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
  11. Chicago Bears: Cole Kmet – Notre Dame
  12. Cleveland Browns: Grant Delpit – LSU
  13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Antoine Winfield Jr. – Minnesota
  14. Denver Broncos: K.J. Hamler – Penn State
  15. Atlanta Falcons: Marlon Davidson – Auburn
  16. Seattle Seahawks: Darrell Taylor – Tennessee
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chase Claypool – Notre Dame
  18. Chicago Bears: Jaylon Johnson – Utah
  19. Dallas Cowboys: Trevon Diggs – Alabama
  20. Los Angeles Rams: Cam Akers – Florida State
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
  22. Buffalo Bills: A.J. Epenesa – Iowa
  23. Baltimore Ravens: J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
  24. Miami Dolphins: Raekwon Davis – Alabama
  25. Los Angeles Rams: Van Jefferson – Florida
  26. Minnesota Vikings: Ezra Cleveland – Boise State
  27. New York Jets: Denzel Mims – Baylor
  28. New England Patriots: Josh Uche – Michigan
  29. Tennessee Titans: Kristian Fulton – LSU
  30. Green Bay Packers: A.J. Dillon – Boston College
  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Willie Gay Jr. – Mississippi State
  32. Carolina Panthers: Jeremy Chinn – Southern Illinois

Below is a list of players drafted in the third round on Friday night.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Logan Wilson – Wyoming
  2. Washington Redskins: Antonio Gibson – Memphis
  3. Detroit Lions: Julian Okwara – Notre Dame
  4. New York Jets: Ashytn Davis – California
  5. Seattle Seahawks: Damien Lewis – LSU
  6. Miami Dolphins: Brandon Jones – Texas
  7. Baltimore Ravens: Justin Madubuike – Texas A&M
  8. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Jones – Houston
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: DaVon Hamilton – Ohio State
  10. New Orleans Saints: Zack Baun – Wisconsin
  11. Detroit Lions: Jonah Jackson – Ohio State
  12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ke’Shawn Vaughn – Vanderbilt
  13. Denver Broncos: Michael Ojemudia – Iowa
  14. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Hennessy – Temple
  15. New York Jets: Jabari Zuniga – Florida
  16. Los Vegas Raiders: Lynn Bowden – Kentucky
  17. Los Vegas Raiders: Bryan Edwards – South Carolina
  18. Dallas Cowboys: Neville Gallimore – Oklahoma
  19. Denver Broncos: Lloyd Cushenberry – LSU
  20. Los Angeles Rams: Terrell Lewis – Alabama
  21. Indianapolis Colts: Julian Blackmon – Utah
  22. Buffalo Bills: Zack Moss – Utah
  23. New England Patriots: Anfernee Jennings – Alabama
  24. Cleveland Browns: Jordan Elliot – Missouri
  25. Minnesota Vikings: Cameron Dantzler – Mississippi State
  26. Houston Texans: Jonathan Greenard – Florida
  27. New England Patriots: Devin Asiasi – UCLA
  28. Baltimore Ravens: Devin Duvernay – Texas
  29. Tennessee Titans: Darrynton Evans – Appalachian State
  30. Green Bay Packers: Josiah Deguara – Cincinnati
  31. Denver Broncos: McTelvin Agim – Arkansas
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: Lucas Niang – Texas Christian
  33. Cleveland Browns: Jacob Phillips – LSU
  34. Baltimore Ravens: Malik Harrison – Ohio State
  35. New York Giants: Matt Peart – Connecticut
  36. Los Vegas Raiders: Tanner Muse – Clemson
  37. New England Patriots: Dalton Keene – Virginia Tech
  38. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alex Highsmith – Charlotte
  39. Philadelphia Eagles: Davion Taylor – Colorado
  40. Los Angeles Rams: Terrell Burgess – Utah
  41. New Orleans Saints: Adam Trautman – Dayton
  42. Baltimore Ravens: Tyre Phillips – Mississippi State

Below is the list of players selected in the fourth round of the draft; the first round premiered Saturday afternoon.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Akeem Davis-Gaither – Appalachian State
  2. Washington Redskins: Saahdiq Charles – LSU
  3. Los Vegas Raiders: John Simpson – Clemson
  4. New York Giants: Darnay Holmes – UCLA
  5. Miami Dolphins: Solomon KIndley – Georgia
  6. Los Angeles Chargers: Joshua Kelley – UCLA
  7. Carolina Panthers: Troy Pride – Notre Dame
  8. Arizona Cardinals: Leki Fotu – Utah
  9. Cleveland Browns: Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic
  10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ben Bartch – St. John’s (Minn.)
  11. Minnesota Vikings: D.J. Wonnum – South Carolina
  12. Denver Broncos: Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri
  13. Atlanta Falcons: Mykal Walker – Fresno State
  14. New York Jets: La’Mical Perine – Florida
  15. Detroit Lions: Logan Stenburg – Kentucky
  16. Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Eason – Washington
  17. Dallas Cowboys: Reggie Robinson II – Tulsa
  18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Anthony McFarland – Maryland
  19. New York Jets: James Morgan – Florida International
  20. Houston Texans: Charlie Heck – North Carolina
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: K’Von Wallace – Clemson
  22. Buffalo Bills: Gabriel Davis – UCF
  23. New York Jets: Cameron Clarke – Charlotte
  24. Minnesota Vikings: James Lynch – Baylor
  25. Arizona Cardinals: Rashad Lawrence – LSU
  26. Minnesota Vikings: Troy Dye – Oregon
  27. Seattle Seahawks: Colby Parkinson – Stanford
  28. Atlanta Falcons: Jaylinn Hawkins – California
  29. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kevin Doston – Louisiana-Lafayette
  30. Los Angeles Rams: Brycen Hopkins – Purdue
  31. Jacksonville Jaguars: Josiah Scott – Michigan State
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: L’Jarius Sneed – Louisiana Tech
  33. Los Vegas Raiders: Amik Robertson – Louisiana Tech
  34. Jacksonville Jaguars: Shaquille Quarterman – Miami (Fla.)
  35. Houston Texans: John Reid – Penn State
  36. Washington Redskins: Antonio Gandy-Golden – Liberty
  37. Baltimore Ravens: Ben Bredeson – Michigan
  38. Seattle Seahawks: DeeJay Dallas – Miami (Fla.)
  39. Philadelphia Eagles: Jack Driscoll – Auburn
  40. Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin

Below is the list of players drafted in the fifth round.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Akeem Kareem – Notre Dame
  2. Seattle Seahawks: Atlon Robinson – Syracuse
  3. Indianapolis Colts: Danny Pinter – Ball State
  4. New York Giants: Shane Lemieux – Oregon
  5. Los Angeles Chargers: Joe Reed – Virginia
  6. Carolina Panthers: Kenny Robinson – West Virginia
  7. San Francisco 49ers: Colton McKivitz – West Virginia
  8. Miami Dolphins: Jason Stowbridge – North Carolina
  9. Chicago Bears: Trevis Gipson – Tulsa
  10. Washington Redskins: Keith Ismael – San Diego State
  11. Jacksonville Jaguars: Daniel Thomas – Auburn
  12. New York Jets: Bryce Hall – Virginia
  13. New England Patriots: Justin Rohrwasser – Marshall
  14. Cleveland Browns: Nick Harris – Washington
  15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyler Johnson – Minnesota
  16. Washington Redskins: Khaleke Hudson – Michigan
  17. Chicago Bears: Kindle Vildor – Georgia Southern
  18. Miami Dolphins: Curtis Weaver – Boise State
  19. Jacksonville Jaguars: Collin Johnson – Texas
  20. Detroit Lions: Quintez Cephus – Wisconsin
  21. Buffalo Bills: Jake Fromm – Georgia
  22. Philadelphia Eagles: John Hightower – Boise State
  23. Minnesota Vikings: Harrison Hand – Temple
  24. Baltimore Ravens: Broderick Washington – Texas Tech
  25. Houston Texans: Isaiah Coulter – Rhode Island
  26. Detroit Lions: Jason Huntley – New Mexico State
  27. Chicago Bears: Darnell Mooney – Tulane
  28. Tennessee Titans: Larrell Murchison – North Carolina State
  29. Green Bay Packers: Kamal Martin – Minnesota
  30. Minnesota Vikings: K.J. Osborn – Miami (Fla.)
  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Danna – Michigan
  32. Denver Broncos: Justin Strnad – Wake Forest
  33. Dallas Cowboys: Bradlee Anae – Utah

Below is the complete list of players selected by NFL teams in the sixth round.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Hakeem Adeniji – Kansas
  2. Denver Broncos: Netane Muti – Fresno State
  3. New England Patriots: Michael Onwenu – Michigan
  4. New York Giants: Cameron Brown – Penn State
  5. Carolina Panthers: Bravvion Roy – Baylor
  6. Miami Dolphins: Blake Ferguson – LSU
  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Alohi Gilman – Notre Dame
  8. Cleveland Browns: Donovan Peoples-Jones – Michigan
  9. Buffalo Bills: Tyler Bass – Georgia Southern
  10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Luton – Oregon State
  11. San Francisco 49ers: Charlie Woerner
  12. New York Jets: Braden Man – Texas A&M
  13. Green Bay Packers: Jon Runyan – Michigan
  14. Indianapolis Colts: Rob Windsor – Penn State
  15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Khalil Davis – Nebraska
  16. New England Patriots: Justin Herron – Wake Forest
  17. Philadelphia Eagles: Shaun Bradley – Temple
  18. Detroit Lions: John Penisini – Utah
  19. Pittsburgh Steelers: Antoine Brooks Jr. – Maryland
  20. Los Angeles Rams: Jordan Fuller – Ohio State
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Quez Watkins – Southern Mississippi
  22. Baltimore Ravens: James Proche – Southern Methodist
  23. Arizona Cardinals: Evan Weaver – California
  24. Minnesota Vikings: Blake Brandel – Oregon State
  25. New England Patriots: Cassh Maluia – Wyoming
  26. Minnesota Vikings: Josh Metellus – Michigan
  27. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tyler Davis – Georgia Tech
  28. Buffalo Bills: Isaiah Hodgins – Oregon State
  29. Green Bay Packers: Jake Hanson – Oregon
  30. Green Bay Packers: Simon Stepaniak – Indiana
  31. Philadelphia Eagles: Prince Tega Wanogho – Auburn
  32. Indianapolis Colts: Isaiah Rodgers – Massachuesetts
  33. Indianapolis Colts: Dezmon Patmon – Washington State
  34. Indianapolis Colts: Jordan Glasgow – Michigan
  35. Seattle Seahawks: Freddie Swain – Florida

Below is the list of all the players selected in the last round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: Markus Bailey – Purdue
  2. Washington Redskins: Kamren Curl – Arkansas
  3. San Francisco 49ers: Jauan Jennings – Tennessee
  4. New York Giants: Carter Coughlin – Minnesota
  5. Baltimore Ravens: Geno Stone – Iowa
  6. Los Angeles Chargers: K.J. Hill – Ohio State
  7. Carolina Panthers: Stantley Thomas-Oliver – Florida International
  8. Arizona Cardinals: Eno Benjamin – Arizona State
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Claybrooks – Memphis
  10. Tennessee Titans: Cole McDonald – Hawaii
  11. Minnesota Vikings: Kenny Willekes – Michigan State
  12. Chicago Bears: Arlington Hambright – Colorado
  13. Chicago Bears: Lachavious Simmons – Tennessee State
  14. Atlanta Falcons: Sterling Hofrichter – Syracuse
  15. Washington Redskins: James Smith-Williams – North Carolina State
  16. New England Patriots: Dustin Woodard – Memphis
  17. Dallas Cowboys: Ben DiNucci – James Madison
  18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Carlos Davis – Nebraska
  19. Philadelphia Eagles: Casey Toohill – Stanford
  20. Los Angeles Rams: Clay Johnston – Baylor
  21. Detroit Lions: Jashon Cornell – Ohio State
  22. Green Bay Packers: Vernon Scott – Texas Christian
  23. Kansas City Chiefs: Bopete Keyes – Tulane
  24. New York Giants: T.J. Brunson – South Carolina
  25. Buffalo Bills: Dane Jackson – Pittsburgh
  26. New Orleans Saints: Tommy Stevens – Mississippi State
  27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chapelle Russell – Temple
  28. Green Bay Packers: Johnathan Garvin – Miami (Fla.)
  29. Tennessee Titans: Chris Jackson – Marshall
  30. Minnesota Vikings: Nate Stanley – Iowa
  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Raymond Calais – Louisiana-Lafayette
  32. Miami Dolphins: Malcolm Perry – Navy
  33. New York Giants: Chris Williamson – Minnesota
  34. Los Angeles Rams: Sam Sloman – Miami (Ohio)
  35. Minnesota Vikings: Brian Cole II – Mississippi State
  36. Los Angeles Rams: Tremayne Anchrum – Clemson
  37. Seattle Seahawks: Stephen Sullivan – LSU
  38. Denver Broncos: Tyrie Cleveland – Florida
  39. Minnesota Vikings: Kyle Hinton – Washburn
  40. Denver Broncos: Derrek Tuszka – North Dakota State
  41. New York Giants: Tae Crowder – Georgia

Tae Crowder was the 255th pick of the 2020 NFL draft, which is known as “Mr. Irrelevant.” The term was coined by Paul Salata and was officially used in the NFL in 1976.

“Its about championing the underdog in all of us,” Salata’s daughter, Melanie Fitch said before the 2020 selection.

This is not the New York Giants first go-around with Mr. Irrelevant. In 1983, John Tuggle was the last player to be drafted to the Giants. After finding out that he had a rare form of cancer and died during his first season with the franchise. In Super Bowl XXI (1987), Bill Parcells and the New York Giants won their first franchise victory in honor of Tuggle.

“He had those attributes you couldn’t see,” Parcells said during “The Irrelevant Giant” ESPN documentary. “He was an inspiration of sorts to me because you always wonder if you could do what he did, if you could endure and still have that ‘Let’s have a drink’ (mentality). You wonder. I don’t know the answer whether I could or not. I don’t know, but he inspired me.”