The 2020 NFL Draft is now over and done with, and free agency has largely concluded, save for a couple of big-name players who remain, such as Jadeveon Clowney. As a result, we have a general grasp of who will be contending for a Super Bowl next season and who won't.

While we can't determine everything just yet, we can at least make educated guesses on what will happen in 2020. So, here are the top five Super Bowl contenders as of right now:

5. Baltimore Ravens

Some people love what the Ravens did this offseason. Others are more indifferent.

Baltimore entered the offseason with a clear need at wide receiver, but it didn't address that issue in free agency and didn't pick up a wide out until the third round of the draft when it took Texas' Devin Duvernay.

Instead, the Ravens locked up J.K. Dobbins in an understandable move, considering he was a monster at Ohio State and is coming off of a 2019 campaign in which he racked up 2,003 yards on the ground. But with Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards already in the backfield and Lamar Jackson's prowess in the run game, did the Ravens really need to take a halfback so early when they had much more pressing needs?

Either way, Baltimore went 14-2 this past year, so it is obviously a Super Bowl contender heading into 2020. But have the Ravens have done enough to bolster an offense that has run into trouble in each of the last two postseasons?

4. San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers are the defending NFC champions, so of course they were going to have a place on this list.

They haven't exactly had a banner offseason due to salary cap issues, as they were forced to trade defensive lineman DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts last month and had to move running back Matt Breida to the Miami Dolphins this past weekend, but they are still good enough to contend.

Of course, there are legitimate questions about whether or not Jimmy Garoppolo is truly a franchise quarterback moving forward. And San Francisco also has a very unproven receiving corps.

But incoming rookie wide out Brandon Aiyuk should help the Niners in that area. Also, don't sleep on second-year wide out Jalen Hurd, who missed his entire rookie campaign due to a back injury.

Finally, even with the loss of Buckner, the 49ers' defense remains nasty and should be near the top of the NFL next season.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

It would have been easy to put Tampa Bay No. 2 on this list thanks to its headline-grabbing offseason, but we have not even seen this team play a game yet, and there's a lot of time ahead until Super Bowl LV.

There is no doubt that the Buccaneers have had an incredible offseason, signing legendary quarterback Tom Brady and then swinging a trade for previously-retired tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Brady will have a plethora of weapons at his disposal, whether that's wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin or Tampa Bay's tight end triumvirate of Gronkowski, O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate.

But that's not all.

The Bucs also plugged a massive hole at right tackle in the draft by taking Iowa's Tristan Wirfs, and they also selected safety Antoine Winfield Jr. and running back Ke'Shawn Vaughn in the second and third rounds to shore up some problem areas.

Unfortunately for the Buccaneers, they play in the same NFC South division as the New Orleans Saints, so it will be very tough for them during the regular season.

However, it's hard not to trust Brady in the postseason, even if he will be 43 years old.

2. New Orleans Saints

The Saints only had four draft picks this year, opting to patch up their offensive line by taking Michigan's Cesar Ruiz in the first round and then adding Wisconsin linebacker Zack Baun in the third round to help the defense.

But New Orleans' top addition this offseason was, unquestionably, signing Emmanuel Sanders.

The Saints have been desperate for a No. 2 wide receiver to put alongside of Michael Thomas the past couple of years, and now, they finally found one.

Yes, Sanders is 33 years old, and yes, he has a torn Achilles in his rearview mirror. But he is coming off of a spectacular season between the Denver Broncos and the 49ers and should still have enough left to represent a reliable secondary option for Drew Brees.

Keep in mind that Brees also has tight end Jared Cook and running backs Alvin Kamara and Latavius Murray at his disposal in the passing game in addition to Thomas and Sanders, so there are no shortage of weapons in New Orleans.

Plus, the Saints' defense is pretty solid.

The main question here is whether or not all of these heartbreaking playoff defeats have broken Sean Payton's club.

1. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are the reigning NFL champions, and nothing that has occurred this offseason should bump them from the No. 1 spot on anybody's list of Super Bowl contenders.

As long as Patrick Mahomes is healthy, Kansas City will be contending for Super Bowls, especially with an offense that contains Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Mecole Hardman and Travis Kelce.

The Chiefs' defense also showed significant improvement over the second half of this past year.

Kansas City didn't make a whole lot of noise this offseason, but it didn't have to, as this club is already more than talented enough to repeat as Super Bowl champs.

It should be noted, however, that the Chiefs picked up LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire through the draft, which could be the final piece in making Kansas City's offense wholly impossible to defend.