The Mock Draft Version 3.0: Round 3

Round 3

65. Cincinnati Bengals: Malik Harrison, ILB, Ohio State

66. Washington Redskins: Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

67. Detroit Lions: Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn

68. New York Jets: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

68. Carolina Panthers: Robert Hunt, OG, Louisiana

70. Miami Dolphins: Jason Strowbridge, DE, North Carolina

71. Las Angeles Chargers: Khalid Kareem, DE, Notre Dame

72. Arizona Cardinals: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

73. Jacksonville Jaguars: Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

74. Cleveland Browns: Terrell Lewis, DE/LB, Alabama

75. Indianapolis Colts: Brandon Jones, S, Texas

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76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

77. Denver Broncos: Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

78. Atlanta Falcons: Julian Okwara, LB/DE, Notre Dame

79. New York Jets: Josh Uche, LB/DE, Michigan

80. Las Vegas Raiders: John Simpson, OG, Clemson

81. Las Vegas Raiders: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

82. Dallas Cowboys: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

83. Denver Broncos: Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame

84. Las Angeles Rams: Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa

85. Detroit Lions: Zack Moss, RB, Utah

86. Buffalo Bills: A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State

87. New England Patriots: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

88. New Orleans Saints: Willie Gay, LB, Mississippi State

89. Minnesota Vikings: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

90. Houston Texans: Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas

91. Las Vegas Raiders: Michael Pittman, WR, USC

92. Baltimore Ravens: Damien Lewis, OG, LSU

93. Tennessee Titans: Ben Bartch, OT, St. John’s-Minn.

94. Green Bay Packers: Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut

95. Denver Broncos: Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

96. Kansas City Chiefs: Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh

Compensatory Picks

97. Cleveland Browns: Jonathan Garvin, DE, Miami

98. New England Patriots: James Lynch, DT, Baylor

99. New York Giants: Geno Stone, S, Iowa

100. New England Patriots: Jordan Mack, LB, Virginia

101. Seattle Seahawks: Trey Adams, OT, Washington

102: Pittsburgh Steelers: K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State

103: Philadelphia Eagles: J.R. Reed, S, Minnesota

104: Las Angeles Rams: Jonathan Greenard, DE/LB, Florida

105: Minnesota Vikings: Trevis Gipson, DE, Tulsa

106: Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Biadasz, OC, Wisconsin

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Nat L. Faybian’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft Version 2.0, Round 1

Round 1

1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Photo: Bill Feig|Associated Press 

Burrow has opted out of the Senior Bowl; he opted out of the Combine, and he still looks like a lock for the No. 1 overall pick.

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

Young also skipped the Combine, but continues to hold the second spot in the draft.

With new head coach Ron Rivera being a defensive-minded guy, it seems reasonable Washington could build around a player of Young’s caliber.

3. Detroit Lions: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

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? Tua said numerous times he’d rather watch and learn for a year opposed to being a day one starter. This looks like it could be a good fit.

At the Combine, Tua said he felt good; that his medical checked out well; and that he would start throwing in the spring.

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

Giants GM Dave Gettleman took Duke QB Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick. Wirfs showed enough athletic ability at the Combine for the Giants to feel comfortable moving him to the left side. Another option, they could gamble here and go with Becton instead.

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.

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

Photo: University of Oregon Athletics

Herbert had a very good Senior Bowl, followed by an excellent Combine. He’s got plenty of teams interested and could end up going higher.

7. Carolina Panthers: Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Carolina’s new head coach, Matt Rhule takes the shut down corner from Ohio State.

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.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

The Jags finished 28th in the league versus the run. Brown is the most athletic interior lineman in the draft. The Jags are hoping that Brown, the winner of the 2019 Lott IMPACT Trophy, can make an immediate impact in Jacksonville.

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.

12. Las Vegas Raiders: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

The versatile Simmons can do it all. He can rush the passer; he can play linebacker; and he can drop back and play some safety.

13. Indianapolis Colts: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

QB Jacoby Brissett is one of the top deep ball passers in the league. By giving him a guy with 4.27 speed, Indianapolis could become a quick strike team.

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

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, especially in the pass rush.

15. Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

Denver could use an offensive tackle, a wide receiver, and a cornerback. With the top four tackles off the board, and the top two corners off the board, Denver has it’s pick of the top two WR’s in this class: Jeudy and Lamb.

16. Atlanta Falcons: Javon Kinlaw, DT, So. Carolina

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.

17. Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Dallas grabs a dynamic playmaker in Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb.

18. Miami Dolphins (from Pitt): Jordan Love, Utah State

Without having to trade up. The Dolphins find Love falling in their lap at pick 18. Love has the most raw talent and biggest upside of tall the QBs in this year’s draft.

19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chi): Josh Jones, OT, Houston

The Raiders need help on the defensive side of the board, but with all the top tackles gone, now is not the time to wait if you want a good one. Jones has risen up the draft boards with impressive outings at the Senior Bowl and the Combine.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

Jacksonville took some defensive line help with pick No. 9. They continue to improve their defensive by taking the speedy linebacker from LSU.

21. Philadelphia Eagles: Kenneth Murray, ILB, Oklahoma

The Eagles will look to bolster their defense during the offseason. Murray is capable of directing the Philadelphia defense.

22. Buffalo Bills: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State

Buffalo looks to bolster their defense by getting Penn State’s Yetur Gross-Matos. Gross-Matos showed enough athleticism to get himself into the bottom of the first round.

23. New England Patriots: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

Preparing for life without Brady, the Patriots will need to lean on the running game more-so-than-ever. Taylor had an impressive week at the Combine.

24. New Orleans Saints: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

Eason has all the tangibles. It will be Sean Payton’s job to grow him into the quarterback of the future.

25. Minnesota Vikings: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

The Vikings are in need of a cornerback, Johnson is one of the best.

26. Miami Dolphins (from Hou): Justin Madubuike, DT, Tech A&M

Madubuike continues to impress. His Combine efforts could push him into the first round. The Dolphins are ranked 30th, defensively, in yards per game. There is no question they’ll have to address their lack of talent and depth an cornerback. Diggs looks like a top 25 pick at this point.

27. Seattle Seahawks: Carlos Ruiz, OC, Michigan

Seattle needs to improve the core of its offensive line. Ruiz is the top center in this year’s class.

28. Baltimore Ravens: Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

Baun’s Combine, paired with his game film, is enough to entice a team to take him late in the first round. Baltimore could also defensive line here.

29. Tennessee Titans: Kyle Dugger, S, Lenior-Rhyne

Titans shore up the middle of the field. They surprise everybody by staying pat and taking the athletic safety from Lenior-Rhyne, Kyle Dugger.

30. Green Bay Packers: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

The Packers go out and get high caliber wide receiver for their offense.

31. San Francisco 49ers: De’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

Swift is considered the best running back in the class. For the 49ers to find him still on the board at 31 is a steal.

32. Kansas City Chiefs: Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

Kansas City’s game is based on speed. Albert O. ran a 4.49 forty, enough to sneak into the first round … we’ll see …

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Nat L. Faybian’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft Version 1.0, Round 1

Round 1

1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Photo: Bill Feig|Associated Press 

Burrow has opted out of the Senior Bowl, but even if he opted out of the Combine, he’d still look like a lock for the No. 1 overall pick.

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

With new head coach Ron Rivera being a defensive-minded guy, it seems reasonable Washington could build around a player of Young’s caliber.

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

Lions should jump at the chance to take a lockdown cover corner.

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

A surprise to everyone, Giants GM Dave Gettleman took Duke QB Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick. This year, Gettleman can get him a blindside protector.

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.

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

Photo: University of Oregon Athletics

Strangely enough, most analysts seems to forget that Herbert was in the conversation of being a top three pick last year. In 2019, his stats improved all across the board, and he led his team to a top five finish. Chargers take Herbert to replace Phillip Rivers.

7. Carolina Panthers: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Baylor’s Matt Rhule is the new head coach in Carolina: that means a dedication to the spread offense. That means an offense that scores a lot of points. Rhule will need smart, athletic, quarterback with a strong arm.

8. Arizona Cardinals: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Arizona has needs on both lines. I think Kingsbury addresses those needs in FA and later in the draft and uses the No. 8 overall pick on a playmaker for his offense.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

The Jags finished 28th in the league versus the run. Brown is the most athletic interior lineman in the draft. The Jags are hoping that Brown, the winner of the 2019 Lott IMPACT Trophy, can make an immediate impact in Jacksonville.

10. Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

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. So, like Arizona, Cleveland will look for some OL help early in the draft.

11. New York Jets: A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

Photo: Hawkeye Sports

When it’s all said and done, Epenesa could be the best unheralded prospect in this class. He doesn’t necessarily have star-power, but he does everything right. The Jets finished 26th in the league in sacks per attempt, Epenesa would be a great addition.

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

The Raiders have two first round picks. They need a wide out and a cover corner. Jeudy is a top ten talent, Raiders gladly grab him at twelve.

13. Indianapolis Colts: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

QB Jacoby Brissett is one of the top deep ball passers in the league. By giving him a guy with 4.25 speed, Indianapolis could become a quick strike team.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

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Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has his defense going in the right direction and expects a leap from year one to year two. Simmons’ versatility, coverge skills, and sideline-to-sideline athleticism would make him an excellent fit. They could also go with Javon Kinlaw here.

15. Denver Broncos: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Denver could use an offensive tackle, a wide receiver, and a cornerback. With five picks in the middle rounds, they could easily trade up for a receiver in round two while grabbing the second best corner in the draft.

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.

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

Dallas ranked just outside the top ten in run defense, still Jerry Jones knows how important it is to stop the opponent’s running game. Kinlaw would be a great pick for the Cowboys at this pick.

18. Miami Dolphins (from Pitt): Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

Photo: Twitter|TrevonDiggs

Dolphins are ranked 30th, defensively, in yards per game. There is no question they’ll have to address their lack of talent and depth an cornerback. Diggs looks like a top 25 pick at this point.

19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chi): Grant Delpit, S, LSU

Delpit looked like a top ten pick heading into the season. Injuries slowed him down a bit in 2019, but his football instincts and athleticism make him seems like a steal here.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): K’lavon Chaisson, OLB, LSU

Jacksonville took some defensive line help with pick No. 9. Here, look for them to address the offensive line. However, if they can add to the pass rush with redshirt sophomore K’lavon Chaisson from LSU, it’s a possibility.

21. Philadelphia Eagles: Kenneth Murray, ILB, Oklahoma

The Eagles will look to bolster their defense during the offseason. Murray is capable of directing the Philadelphia defense.

22. Buffalo Bills: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

Shenault will give the Bills the opportunity to stretch the field.

23. New England Patriots: Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

For the Patriots offense to truly be effective, they need a solid all-around tight end. Kmet gives them a guy who can block and find the seams.

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24. New Orleans Saints: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

Eason has all the tangibles. It will be Sean Payton’s job to grow him into the quarterback of the future.

25. Minnesota Vikings: Austin Jackson, OT, USC

The Vikings continue to improve their offensive line by picking up USC tackle Austin Jackson.

26. Miami Dolphins (from Hou): Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

The Dolphins pick their quarterback of the future in 5-star recruit Jake Fromm. Fromm’s football IQ would be valued by a defensive-minded head coach who like mistake free football. By picking up a quarterback in the first round, Miami can sign him to a five-year contract instead of four.

27. Seattle Seahawks: D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

Seattle surprised everyone when they selected San Diego State’s Rashaad Penny in the first round in 2018. Penny and starting running back Chris Carson are both recovering from injuries. Perhaps its time Pete Carroll invest in a blue-chip running back?

28. Baltimore Ravens: Patrick McQueen, LB, LSU

Seattle could go wide receiver if they had their eye on a particular guy. They are also in need of a starting linebacker. McQueen proved in his junior year to be a nice combination of size and speed.

29. Tennessee Titans: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

Titans shore up the middle with a guy that’s known as a box safety. Although, that’s not entirely true, as McKinney spent nearly equal time covering the back end or walking out as a slot defender.

30. Green Bay Packers: Tyler Biadasz, OC, Wisconsin

Technically sound and assignment savvy, Biadasz is the country’s top center. He fires off the ball, plays with a bit of a nasty streak and is still learning the position.

31. San Francisco 49ers: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

Hall could have been a first round pick last year had he decided to come out. He returned to Virginia, but injured his leg returning a punt against Miami. His health evaluation will determine his final draft grade.

32. Kansas City Chiefs: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

The Doak Walker Award winner racked up over 6,000 yards in three seasons in Madison. His ability to find the crease and explode through the hole is second to none.

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

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