Nat L. Faybian’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft Version 3.0, Round 1

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Round 1

1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

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Nothing has changed in the past four months, Burrow still looks to be the first player taken in the NFL Draft and headed to Cincinnati.

2. Washington Redskins: Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

Washington has a new defense-minded head coach in Ron Rivera. He’s got to be thrilled to start building the foundation of his defense with a player of Young’s caliber.

3. Detroit Lions: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Quarterback Matthew Stafford was placed on I.R. with bone fractures in his back in December. The Lions went 0-8 without him in the starting lineup. Time to draft the quarterback of the future?

I wouldn’t be surprised. Conventional wisdom though says they take cornerback Jeff Okudah. Detroit’s pass defense was one of the absolute worst in 2019.

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QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | OG | OC

Nat L. Faybian’s NFL Draft Players Position Rankings

DE | DT | OLB | ILB | CB | S | ST

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4. New York Giants: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

The New York media has been reporting that Giants GM Dave Gettleman has fallen in love with Iowa tackle Trista Wirfs. Shortly after the Combine, I had written, “Wirfs showed enough athletic ability at the Combine for the Giants to feel comfortable moving him to the left side.” I’ll stand on that.

5. Miami Dolphins: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

With five picks in the first two rounds, Miami can load up in this draft. They have several options with this pick, including a quarterback, but they will most likely upgrade their offensive and defensive fronts as the rebuild continues.

Miami plays it safe, grabbing the top proven left tackle in the class. Thomas has long arms, a high football IQ, and rarely gets beat.

6. Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

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Herbert had a very good Senior Bowl, followed by an excellent Combine. For those that questioned his leadership, Herbert really helped himself by returning to school and leading his team to No. 6 in the rankings. He’s got prototypical size, good pre-snap read, and has a strong arm.

7. Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

Carolina has a new head coach, Matt Rhule; and a new offensive coordinator, Joe Brady (of LSU fame). One would think that Rhule and Brady would be eager to starting adding additional weapons their offense right off the bat. However, Carolina had one of the worst run defenses in the NFL. Brown was the winner of the 2019 Lott IMPACT Trophy.

8. Arizona Cardinals: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

Arizona has needs on both lines. Protecting last year’s number one overall pick, QB Kyler Murray, would seem to be a priority in this offseason. Wills is an excellent run blocker and an improving pass protector. He should continue to improve with good coaching.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

The Jags need help on the defensive side of the ball. They could go for a corner here, but linebacker is also a need for Jacksonville. Losing Telvin Smith (retirement) and Myles Jack (season-ending injury) last year really hurt this team. Simmons’ leadership and high character will be welcomed, along with his exceptional athletic ability.

10. Cleveland Browns: Mikhi Becton, OT, Louisville

Baker Mayfield, much like Kyler Murray, has found out he’s not in Oklahoma anymore. These guys are running for their lives play-after-play. Since Cleveland needs help all across the line, they’ll certainly find the best spot to plug the raw Becton into.

11. New York Jets: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida

The Jets finished 26th in the league in sacks per attempt, Epenesa would be a great addition. One way to improve that number is to improve coverage down the field. Henderson had an excellent Combine and keeps moving up the boards because of his excellent playing speed.

12. Las Vegas Raiders: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

Las Vegas needs a No. 1 receiver, Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy can do all the little things you want in a receiver. He seems to glide across the turf; has deceptive speed; shows excellent nuanced route running; possesses terrific hands; and remarkable body control. I like Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb, a lot, too. I just think Jeudy is more ready to step in and be a No. 1 receiver.

13. San Francisco 49ers (from Indy): Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

The Indianapolis Colts sent the No. 13 overall selection to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for defensive tackle DeForest Buckner.

I had Ruggs going to Indy with this pick prior to the trade. The question seems is it possible Ruggs could go before Lamb? 4.27 speed can do that.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: K’lavon Chaisson, OLB, LSU

Almost all other mock drafts have Tampa Bay taking an offensive tackle. However, in this draft, the top four are already off the board. That leaves Tampa in a position where they could trade down for Josh Jones.

I would be inclined to think they’d take a DE/OLB hybrid like K’lavon Chaisson. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has his defense going in the right direction and expects a leap from year one to year two. Chaisson has a lot of upside, and could learn a lot from Shaq Barrett and JPP.

15. Denver Broncos: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Denver would be thrilled to land a potential top ten pick at fifteen. Lamb has exceptional body control, strong hands, and good long speed. Lamb also takes pride in his run blocking. Denver, much like Tampa, would like to grab a tackle here. So that’s still a possibility.

16. Atlanta Falcons: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State

The Falcons are getting some pressure upfront with Jarrett, McKinley, and Beasley, but not enough. They finished 28th in the league in sacks. Getting some help along the defensive line should be a priority. Gross-Matos has prototypical build with long arms, quickness, and bend.

17. Dallas Cowboys: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

Dallas needs a stud upfront. We know that Kinlaw visited Dallas back at the end of February. Kinlaw is strong, athletic, and a known disruptor.

18. Miami Dolphins (from Pitt): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Playing it safe, Miami finds their quarterback still on the board at No. 18. While Tua was cleared medically at the Scouting Combine, however, team’s would prefer their own doctor’s take a look before investing too much. I think Tua will be here at No. 18, other’s think he’ll be off the board by No. 5. We’ll see. It’ll be fun to watch!

19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chi): Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

Las Vegas GM Mike Mayock went to Alabama for his first pick and grabbed Crimson Tide WR Jerry Jeudy. With their second first round pick, the Raiders grab Alabama cornerback Trevon Diggs. Diggs has a great combination of size, speed, and agility. He’s not a finished product, so he’s got the potential to get better.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

Jacksonville looks to rebuild the backend of their defense. McKinney gets after the ball, either in the air or on the ground. He’s got a good football IQ and takes good angles to the ball. His coverage skills make him a full time player.

21. Philadelphia Eagles: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

The Eagles will look to bolster their defense. LSU has been putting quality linebackers in the NFL for a number of years now. Queen can blitz, is fluid in coverage, and has shown excellent sideline-to-sideline range. He can give the Eagles a powerful presence in the middle.

22. Minnesota Vikings (from Buf): Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

Buffalo sent the 22nd overall pick, along with a fifth-round pick (No. 155 overall) and a sixth-round pick (No. 201 overall) in 2020, along with a 2021 fourth-round selection to Minnesota for WR Stefon Diggs.

The Vikings need to get better in their run defense. While Blacklock isn’t a stout anchor, he’s a quick-footed 3-tech that knows how to get in the backfield and disrupt the action.

23. New England Patriots: Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

On draft day, Bill Belichick rarely does what you expect him to. What we do know is that the Patriots have a history of successfully utilizing versatile linebackers in their scheme. Baun fits that mold. He can rush the passer as easily as he can smother a tight end in coverage. He looks like a potential good fit here.

24. New Orleans Saints: Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

I originally had New Orleans taking a quarterback with their first round pick: Drew Brees can’t play forever. After re-assessing their roster though I realized they don’t have an legitimate deep threat receiver on the roster, so they could so with Mims or Hamler. Higgins though would be too good to pass up here.

25. Minnesota Vikings: Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

Could Winfield be drafted before LSU’s Grant Delpit? It only takes one team to fall in love with a player. The Golden Gopher has a knack for always being around the ball. He understands his position and is a solid wrap up tackler. Winfield’s father, Antoine Sr., played nine seasons for the Vikings.

26. Miami Dolphins (from Hou): D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

If the Dolphins are able to get LB Isaiah Simmons; QB Tua Tagovailoa; and RB D’Andre Swift out of this draft, they would really improve their team. Even if Tua sits on the bench for a year while he learns the in’s and out’s of being an NFL quarterback, it’d still be a good haul.

I like Swift here over Taylor or Edwards-Helaire, I think he fits better with Miami’s conservative philosophy than the other two.

27. Seattle Seahawks: Austin Jackson, OT, USC

I heard Peter King say the other day that Seattle has traded their first pick eight years in a row. Sounds like there’s a trend. However, I’m not doing trades, so…

Seattle needs line help on both sides of the ball. Jackson has quick feet, good balance, and has excellent upside.

28. Baltimore Ravens: Kenneth Murray, ILB, Oklahoma

A quick, slippery, linebacker that plays fast and plays downfield. Gets good drop in coverage, closes quickly on the ball.

29. Tennessee Titans: A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

Epenesa’s game is predicated on size and power. His stock dropped a little after a lack-luster Combine. Epenesa isn’t the flashiest, but he’s a dependable lunch bucket kind of player who is capable of putting up 10-12 sacks a year.

30. Green Bay Packers: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

The Packers took Rashan Gary and Darnell Savage in the first round in an attempt to shore up their defense. They could use someone to challenge for the corner spot opposite Jaire Alexander. In his three years on the field Fulton has shown he has enough talent to start at the next level.

31. San Francisco 49ers: Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

After getting beat by Kansas City’s speed, John Lynch adds an ultra-fast speedster to his defense. Igbinoghene is the son of two Olympic athletes and possesses his own sprinter’s speed.

With a lack of picks, San Francisco is expected to trade out of this spot.

32. Kansas City Chiefs: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

The rich get richer. Kansas City could go defense with this pick. But when you have a 4.38 speedster sitting there, why not give Mahomes just one more target?

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Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3

The 85th NFL Draft will take place from April 23-25, 2020, in Las Vegas on the iconic Las Vegas Strip.

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Citrus Bowl – Jan 1, 2020: Alabama vs Michigan

#13 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-2) vs #12 Michigan Wolverines (9-3)

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ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE | SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Coach: Nick Saban

Alabama Players to watch:

Senior SS Jared Mayden (6-0/200)

Jared Mayden and Shyheim Carter were both recipients of the Pat Trammel Award. The award to given to the senior player, or players, whose character and contributions to the Alabama Football Team most personify the All-American youth of today and has reflected qualities of Integrity, Character, Importance of Academics and Inspirational Leadership during their time at Alabama.

Mayden will be headed to the Senior Bowl, a little more than three-weeks after the Citrus Bowl. The strong safety has 53 tackles, four interceptions and three passed defended on the season.

Senior STAR Shyheim Carter (6-0/195)

In 2018, Carter put up his most impressive stats, which was the first year he took significant snaps for the Crimson Tide. He logged in two interceptions, one forced fumble and 44 tackles. This year, he has 40 tackles, seven passed defended, and one forced fumble. While Alabama is stocked with bigger names, take a look at Carter, he’s sure to hear his name called on draft day. 

Senior DE Raekwon Davis (6-7/309)

“He has been very good,” Nick Saban recently said. “Has worked hard. Certainly tried to set a good example for some of the young guys that are playing around him. I’ve been pleased with his effort.”

Davis, Alabama’s veteran leader along the defensive front, has been credited with 45 tackles, including three tackles for loss and half a sack, along with four quarterback hurries this season. He has two games left in his college career, the Citrus Bowl and the Senior Bowl; then he’ll head off to the NFL.

**Sophomore CB Patrick Surtain II (6-2/203)

Son of NFL Pro Bowl corner Patrick Surtain, Alabama CB Patrick Surtain II graduated from the same American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.,) high school as Michigan DL Mike Morris and TE Nick Eubanks.

Surtain, Jr., totaled 35 tackles to go with three forced fumbles, added seven pass breakups, two interceptions (24 yards), a fumble recovery and one quarterback pressure in 2019.

*Junior WR Henry Ruggs III (6-0/190)

A speedy wideout in the Crimson Tide’s deep wide receiver corps. Ruggs ranks third on Alabama’s career touchdown receptions list with 24, just one behind Jerry Jeudy. He owns the team-long rush (75 yards on a jet sweep) and the second-longest reception (81 yards) this season. Always dangerous with the ball in his hands, Ruggs recorded 38 receptions for 719 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior.

*Junior OC Landon Dickerson (6-6/308)

A graduate transfer from Florida State who arrived before the start of fall camp and earned a starting job on the interior of the offensive line. Dickerson was named an All-SEC second-team honoree at center by the league coaches and selected to the All-SEC second team at guard by the Associated Press. He started all 12 games this season, four at right guard and eight at center where he appears to have settled in.

Senior OL Matt Womack (6-7/325)

The redshirt senior from Hernando, Miss., played in ten contest this season. Unfortunately, Womack missed some of the 2018 season due to injury but came back into the mix this season. With forty-one career games, Womack is a versatile player who has seen plenty of action at right tackle and right guard. 

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MICHIGAN WOLVERINES | BIG TEN CONFERENCE

Coach: Jim Harbaugh

Michigan Players to watch:

Senior SS Josh Metellus (6-0/204)

Metellus led Michigan defensive backs, and listed tied-third overall, with 63 stops. He made two interceptions among seven total pass breakups and added 3.5 tackles for loss with one fumble recovery. Metellus is tied-16th all-time with 21 career pass breakups.  He has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

Senior OT Jon Runyan (6-5/310)

As a group, this year’s Big Blue OL allowed only 1.83 sacks per game. Michigan’s offense operated at an 81 percent clip in the red zone, scoring on 46 of 57 trips with 35 touchdowns. The U-M offensive line allowed 22 sacks and 57 tackles-for-loss one year after allowing 23 sacks and 59 tackles for loss in 2018. Runyan, a first team All-Big Ten selection, was a key component is the line’s success.

*Junior OC Cesar Ruiz (6-4/316)

Ruiz handled all checks and calls for an offense that generated 5.8 yards per play with a balanced ledger of 24 passing touchdowns and 26 rushing touchdowns. He also was the core of Michigan’s interior offensive line (guard-center-guard) which was the only FBS group to not allow a sack all season.

Senior DE Josh Uche (6-3/253)

Michigan’s sacks leader over the last two seasons is turning pro. Linebacker Josh Uche, who says he had one year of eligibility remaining, announced Wednesday plans to forego his final season at Michigan and enter the 2020 NFL draft. Uche, a Miami, Fla., native said he plans on playing in the Citrus Bowl.

Senior DE Mike Danna (6-2/255)

Danna is a grad-transfer, defensive end, from Central Michigan. As a Chippewa, Danna was one of the most overlooked ends in the country. In his senior-year at Central Michigan, Danna posted 66 tackles, including 15 tackles-for-loss, and 9 1/2 sacks, earning him first-team all-MAC honors. He could have left for the NFL. However, when Jim Harbaugh came knocking on his door, Danna jumped at the chance to play for the Maize and Blue.

Danna didn’t shine out like he had hoped. He only had 35 tackles, three tackles-for-loss, and three sacks to go along with a forced fumble. Still, his freakish athleticism will get him plenty of looks from NFL Scouts – and there will be a lot of them checking out this blue-chip game.

Senior TE Sean McKeon (6-5/248)

McKeon missed several games due to injury but managed two touchdowns and 235 yards on 13 receptions, including a career-long 41-yard catch-and-run against Ohio State. His 18.1 yards per catch are second best on the Michigan roster.

Senior LB Khaleke Hudson (6-0/220)

An assistant captain on defense, Hudson was Michigan’s leading tackler in 2019 with a career-best 97 stops, including 3.5 for loss with two sacks. He added three pass breakups, three quarterback hurries and one blocked kick. Uche lists 10th on the team in tackles with a career-high 34, including 23 solo stops. His 11.5 tackles for loss are second on the team, and he leads the way with 8.5 sacks.

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Citrus Bowl
Alabama 35, Michigan 16
Camping World Stadium
Orlando, Florida
Jan 1, 2020 | 1 p.m. | ABC 

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2019 VRBO Citrus Bowl
Kentucky 27, Penn State 24

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Wide Receivers/2020

Updated April 19, 2020. Pre-Draft.

Mims moves up, possibly into the first round. Hamler sits on edge of the first/early second. Speed, as we saw in the Super Bowl, is moving these guys up the board.

Some of these receivers opted out of the Combine, only to have their Pro-Day cancelled. That’s going to hurt them, especially if a team was on the fence.

Quintez Cephus, who I really like as a player, ran a horrible 4.73 at the Combine and didn’t get a second chance because there was no Pro-Day. That’s going to make for challenging evaluation, and I’m sure drop his stock.

2020 NFL Draft:  Top Rated WRs

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1. Jerry Jeudy*, Alabama, 6-1/193

Jeudy and Lamb are still neck-and-neck on a lot of boards for the top spot at WR. At the Combine, Jeudy ran a 4.45 and looks smooth, as always. I would take either guy on my team. I just thing Jeudy is more pro-ready, he’s smoother.

2. CeeDee Lamb*, Oklahoma, 6-1/198

Lamb has been a star on a team loaded with talent. When Oklahoma needed a big play, they looked to Lamb. He attacks the ball with strong hands and excellent body control.

3. Henry Ruggs III*, Alabama, 5-11/188

Ruggs has quietly moved up many draft boards. What sets him apart from say, Baltimore’s Hollywood Brown, is that Ruggs is really, really, good at taking those crossing routes and slants and taking them to the house. He’s a better receiver than your regular go-route burner.

Ruggs didn’t break any records at the Combine, but he did run a 4.27.

4. Denzel Mims, Baylor, 6-/207

Mims is a riser, running a 4.38 with a WR class best 6.66 3-Cone. He could continue to rise as the draft nears.

5. K.J. Hamler*, Penn State, 5-8/178

Hamler only lifted. Since his game is based on speed, we’ll have to see what he runs at his Pro-Day.

6. Tee Higgins*, Clemson, 6-3/216

Higgins and his 80″ wingspan did not participate, we’ll have to wait for his Pro-Day.

7. Justin Jefferson*, LSU, 6-1/202

Jefferson ran a 4.43 and looked good all week. He definitely helped himself.

8. Chase Claypool, Notre Dame, 6-4/238

The big man from Notre Dame ran a 4.42 at 238 lbs. Definitely helped himself at the Combine.

9. Laviska Shenault*, Colorado, 6-0/227

Shenault ran a 4.58 which turned some heads. Afterwards, he announced he was going to have “Core Surgery.”

10. Michael Pittman, Jr., USC, 6-4/223

Pittman can in at 6′ 4″ and ran a fluid 4.52. He did nothing to hurt his stock.

11. Jalen Reagor*, TCU, 5-10/206

Reagor ran a solid 4.47, but he didn’t blow the doors off the cars.

12. Devin Duvernay, Texas, 5-11/200

Duvernay ran a 4.39 and continues to see his stock improve.

13. Brandon Aiyuk*, Arizona State, 5-11/205

Aiyuk measured in a 5″ 11″, about two inches shorter than he was listed during the year; however, he has an 80″ wingspan. He ran a 4.5 and had a 40 Vertical Jump.

14. Isaiah Hodgins*, Oregon State, 6-3/210

Hodgins ran a pedestrian 4.61; however, he had a 4.12 20-Yard Shuttle which was tops in the WR class.

15. Bryan Edwards, So. Carolina, 6-2/212

Edwards did not participate in the Combine drills.

16. Van Jefferson, Florida, 6-1/200

Jefferson did not participate at the Combine.

17. Antonio Golden-Gandy, Liberty, 6-4/223

Golden-Gandy is one of the most athletic and acrobatic wide receivers in this class. He’s not the fastest, clocking in a 4.6 flat, and ran the slowest 3-Cone in his WR class. He’s still got the look of a player.

18. Gabriel Davis*, UCF, 6-2/216

Davis held his own at the Combine, he remains in the 18th spot.

19. Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin, 6-0/202

Cephus took a dive by running a 4.73. Certainly, he’ll try to improve that mark at Wisconin’s Pro-Day.

20. Tyler Johnson, Minnesota, 6-1/206

Johnson did not participate in the drills at the Combine.

21. Quez Watkins, Southern Mississippi, 6-0/185

Quez helped himself by running a 4.35 at the Combine.

22. Donovan Peoples-Jones*, Michigan, 6-1/212

Peoples-Jones had the vest Vertical (44.5) and Broad Jump (139) in the WR class. Like Jalen Reagor, People-Jones was expected to do good at the Combine. His 4.48 didn’t blow anybody away. However, did enough to make evaluators go back and check the tape again.

23. Collin Johnson, Texas, 6-5/222

Johnson was considered a possible top five wide receiver if he had declared for the draft last year. He hasn’t done anything wrong, but now he finds himself buried in an exceptionally talented WR class.

24. K.J. Hill, Ohio State, 5-11/196

Hill ran a pedestrian 4.6; his real gift is his route running.

25. Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt, 5-11/207

Like Collin Johnson, he’s too talented to be buried way down here. There’s some talented wide receivers who will be going on day three.

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OTHER PLAYERS TO KEEP AN EYE ON:

  • Juwan Johnson, Oregon, 6-4/230
  • Joe Reed, Virginia, 6-1/215
  • Freddie Swain, Florida, 6-0/199
  • Darnell Mooney, Tulane, 5-10/176
  • Kirk Merritt, Arkansas State, 6-0/215
  • Malcolm Perry, Navy, 5-9/190
  • John Hightower, Boise State, 6-2/185
  • Trishton Jackson*, Syracuse, 6-1/194
  • Quartney Davis*. Texas A&M, 6-2/200
  • Lynn Bowden, Kentucky, 6-1/195
  • Tony Brown, Colorado, 6-0/198
  • Ja’Marcus Bradley, Louisiana, 6-1/195
  • Kendall Hinton, Wake Forest, 6-0/190
  • Jauan Jennings, Tennessee, 6-3/216
  • Josh Hammond, Florida, 6-0/194
  • Tyrie Cleveland, Florida, 6-2/206
  • Binjimen Victor, Ohio State, 6-4/205
  • James Proche, SMU, 5-11/188
  • Jordan McCray, Oklahoma State, 6-6/190
  • Marquez Callaway, Tennessee, 6-2/199
  • Cody White*, Michigan State, 6-3/214
  • Darrell Stewart, Michigan State, 6-2/218
  • Austin Mack, Ohio State, 6-2/215
  • Nick Westbrook, Indiana, 6-3/209
  • Stephen Guidy, Mississippi State, 6-4/190
  • Omar Bayless, Arkansas State, 6-3/207
  • Diondre Overton, Clemson, 6-4/210
  • Isaiah Wright, Temple, 6-1/214
  • Jeff Thomas*, Miami, 5-10/177
  • Lawrence Cager, Georgia, 6-5/220
  • Derrick Dillon, LSU, 5-11/185
  • Chris Finke, Notre Dame, 5-10/182
  • Demonte Coxie, Memphis, 6-3/200
  • Kendrick Rodgers*, Texas A&M, 6-4/204
  • Maurice Ffrench, Pittsburgh, 5-11/190
  • Malik Stanley, Lousiana Tech, 6-3/212
  • Saiosi Mariner, Utah State, 6-2/193
  • Dezmon Patmon, Washington State, 6-3/223
  • Kyle Davis*, FAU, 6-2/213
  • Darnell Salomon*, USF, 6-3/207

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SMALL SCHOOL PROSPECTS

  • Aaron Parker, Rhode Island, 6-3/191
  • Mason Kinsey, Berry, 5-10/191
  • Josh Pearson, Jacksonville State, 6-4/205
  • Zimari Manning, Tarleton State, 6-2/200
  • Isaiah Coulter*, Rhode Island, 6-3/190
  • Chris Rowland, Tennessee State, 5-8/180
  • Michael Bandy, San Diego, 5-11/190
  • Kristian Wilkerson, Southeast MO State, 6-4/214
  • Juwan Green, Albany, 6-0/187
  • Quan Shorts, Northwestern State, 6-2/195
  • J.P. Shohfi, Yale, 6-1/209
  • J.J. Koski, Cal-Poly, 6-1/195
  • Menneseh Bailey, Morgan State, 6-1/195
  • Kameron Brown, Charleston So., 6-3/220

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*Denotes underclassman.

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QBRB | WR | TE | OT | OG | OC

Nat L. Faybian’s 2020 NFL Draft Players Position Rankings

DE | DT | OLB | ILB | CB | S | ST