14 Aug 2020

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2020 NFL Draft Guide

Position Breakdown:

Below each position’s top 15 is revealed. Some names are seen in the big board, and some not quite making the cut. Also included are player comparisons and the draft grade each received from my scouting—last but not least superlatives for each position to give you a better picture of the class.

Quarterbacks:

1. Joe Burrow LSU (Early 1st) – Aaron Rodgers
2. Jordan Love Utah State (Early-Mid 1st)Jameis Winston
3. Tua Tagovailoa Alabama (Early-Mid 1st)Jimmy Garoppolo
4. Justin Herbert Oregon (Mid-Late First)Josh Allen
5. Jacob Eason Washington (2nd)Jay Cutler
6. Jalen Hurts Oklahoma (3rd)Tim Tebow
7. Anthony Gordon Washington State (3rd)Case Keenum
8. James Morgan Florida International (4th)Blake Bortles
9.Cole McDonald Hawaii (4th-5th)Jimmy Clausen
10. Jake Fromm Georgia (5th) Colt McCoy
11.Khalil Tate Arizona (6th)Taysom Hill
12. Riley Neal Vanderbilt (7th)Nick Mullens
13.Nate Stanley Iowa (7th)Tom Savage
14. Tyler Huntley Utah (Undrafted)Brett Hundley
15. Brian Lewerke Michigan State (Undrafted)CJ Beathard

Superlatives:

Most Pro Ready: Joe Burrow
Day 3 Gem: James Morgan
Strongest Arm: Jacob Eason
Most Accurate: Tua Tagolvailoa
Most Likely to Disappoint: Jake Fromm
Highest Ceiling: Jordan Love
Lowest Ceiling: Brian Lewerke
Highest Floor: Joe Burrow
Lowest Floor: Khalil Tate

Running Backs:

1. Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin (Mid-Late 1st)Darren McFadden
2. D’Andre Swift Georgia (Mid-Late 1st)Matt Forte
3. Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (2nd)Mark Ingram
4. J.K. Dobbins Ohio State (2nd-3rd)Frank Gore
5. Cam Akers Florida State (3rd)DeAngelo Williams
6. Eno Benjamin Arizona State (3rd) – Donald Brown
7. Zack Moss Utah (3rd-4th) – Kareem Hunt
8. A.J. Dillon Boston College (3rd-4th) – James Conner
9. Darrynton Evans Appalachian State (4th) – Lamar Miller
10. Antonio Gibson Memphis (4th) – Alfred Morris
11. Darius Anderson TCU (4th-5th) – Doug Martin
12. Anthony McFarland Maryland (5th-6th) – Jonathan Williams
13. Lamical Perine Florida (7th-Undrafted) – David Wilson
14. J.J. Taylor Arizona (7th-Undrafted) – Jacquizz Rodgers
15. Joshua Kelly UCLA (7th-Undrafted) – Mike Davis

Superlatives:

Most Pro Ready: Johnathan Taylor
Day 3 Gem: Darrynton Evans
Most Likely to Disappoint: Cam Akers
Best Pass Catcher: Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Best Goal line back: J.K. Dobbins
Highest Ceiling: D’Andre Swift
Lowest Ceiling: Antonio Gibson
Highest Floor: Johnathan Taylor
Lowest Floor: J.J. Taylor

Wide Receivers:

1. CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (Early 1st) – Davante Adams
2. Jerry Jeudy Alabama (Early 1st) – Stefon Diggs
3. Henry Ruggs III Alabama (Mid 1st) – DeSean Jackson
4. Denzel Mims Baylor (Late 1st-2nd) – Kenny Golladay
5. Justin Jefferson LSU (Late 1st-2nd) – JuJu Smith Schuster
6. Laviska Shenault Jr. Colorado (Late 1st-2nd) – Sammy Watkins
7. Brandon Aiyuk Arizona St. (Late 1st-2nd) – Mike Wallace
8. Jalen Reagor TCU (2nd) – Santonio Holmes
9. Michael Pittman Jr. USC (2nd) – Vincent Jackson
10. Bryan Edwards South Carolina (2nd-3rd) – Marvin Jones
11. Tee Higgins Clemson (2nd-3rd) – Dwayne Bowe
12. Van Jefferson Florida (3rd) – Allen Robinson
13. Chase Claypool Notre Dame (3rd-4th) – Devin Funchess
14. Antonio Gandy- Golden Liberty (4th-5th) – DeVante Parker
15. Devin Duvernay Texas (5th) – Golden Tate

Superlatives:

Most Pro Ready: CeeDee Lamb
Day 3 Gem: Antonio Gandy-Golden
Best Route Runner: Jerry Jeudy/ Jalen Reagor
Stickest Hands: CeeDee Lamb
Best Deep Threat: Henry Ruggs
Most Likely to Disappoint: Tee Higgins
Highest Ceiling: CeeDee Lamb
Lowest Ceiling: Bryan Edwards
Highest Floor: Jerry Jeudy
Lowest Floor: Antonio Gandy-Golden

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