When it comes to the Detroit Lions' secondary entering the 2020 season, there are a lot of balls still up in the air.

We don't know what the future holds for three-time Pro Bowl corner Darius Slay, who the team has admitted is on the trading block, but has also not ruled out the possibility of a contract extension. And there's also a good chance the Lions go shopping for a starter in either free-agency, such as Dallas' Byron Jones, or in the draft, where the position is loaded in talent. 

In fact, most prognosticators believe the Lions are primed to select Ohio State's Jeffrey Okudah in the first round, whether they stick with the No. 3 pick or trade back a few spots with a QB-needy team like the Miami Dolphins. 

And in all that uncertainty, it remains realistic the Lions enter next season with both Slay and Okudah, playing opposite each other. That's something the Ohio State product has thought about leading up the draft.