After the NFL announced the distribution of compensatory picks on Tuesday afternoon, the 2020 NFL Draft order is now set for all seven rounds.
The Detroit Lions own seven picks this year, including five of the picks they were originally given prior to trades. While the team is in prime position to add more picks at the top of the draft, we’ve seen general manager Bob Quinn show a little hesitancy in moving up and down the draft since coming to the Lions organization in 2016.
So here’s a look at the Lions’ seven draft picks as they currently stand over a month away from the 2020 NFL Draft.
- Round 1, Pick 3
- Round 2, Pick 3, 35th overall
- Round 3, Pick 3, 67th overall
- Round 4, Pick 3, 109th overall
- Round 5, Pick 3, 149th overall
- Round 5, Pick 26, 172nd overall (Quandre Diggs trade with Seahawks)
- Round 6, Pick 3, 182nd overall
(No seventh round pick because of Eli Harold trade in 2018)