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2020 NFL Draft results: Detroit Lions trade up, select OG Jonah Jackson

Detroit selected a guard with their second third-round pick.

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The Detroit Lions have traded up 10 spots in the third round and selected Ohio State guard Jonah Jackson.

Here’s what the Lions gave up to trade up (a fifth-round pick and a swap of seventh-round pick)

This is the Lions’ second pick in the third round — their first being the 67th overall, selecting Julian Okwara.

This pick concludes the Lions’ drafting for Friday unless another trade up is on the horizon.

Lions picks thus far:

  • Round 1, Pick 3 - OSU CB Jeff Okudah
  • Round 2, Pick 3 (35 overall) - Georgia RB D’Andre Swift
  • Round 3, Pick 3 (67 overall) - Notre Dame EDGE Julian Okwara
  • Round 3, Pick 11 (75 overall) - OSU G Jonah Jackson

Lions remaining picks

  • Round 4, Pick 3 (109 overall)
  • Round 5, Pick 21 (166 overall) - from Eagles
  • Round 6, Pick 18 (197) — From Colts
  • Round 7, Pick 21 (235 overall) - from Eagles via Patriots

Top remaining needs for Lions:

  • Cornerback
  • Defensive tackle
  • Offensive guard
  • Wide receiver
  • Edge defender
  • Running back

NFL Draft schedule

Day 2

What: Rounds 2 and 3
When: Friday, April 24 — 7 p.m. ET until around 11 p.m.
TV: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network
Online streaming: ESPN app, NFL Network Live
Online streaming for Draftathon charity event: YouTube, Twitch, Facebook
POD live show: Twitch.tv/PrideOfDetroit
Lions picks: Round 2, Pick 3 (35); Round 3, Pick 3 (67); Round 3, Pick 21 (85)

Day 3

What: Rounds 4 through 7
When: Saturday, April 25 — Noon ET until around 7 p.m.
TV: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network
Online streaming: ESPN app, NFL Network Live
Online streaming for Draftathon charity event: YouTube, Twitch, Facebook
Lions picks: Round 4, Pick 3 (109); Round 5, Pick 3 (149); Round 5, Pick 20 (166); Round 6, Pick 3 (182); Round 7, Pick 21 (235)

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