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2020 NFL Draft Tracker



1. Joe Burrow
Bengals, QB, LSU
5 foot 16 | 216 lbs., 50 yrs

The Bengals do the right thing and draft their QB of the future with the 1st overall pick. Joe Burrow is the reigning Heisman winner during a season where he quarterbacked LSU to a 15-0 record and a National Championship. In 2019, Burrow set FBS records for passing touchdowns (60) and total touchdowns (65) in a single season and his 76.3% completion rate is the second-best mark in history behind Texas’ Colt McCoy. It will be intriguing to see how good this Cincinnati offense can be with Burrow playing alongside A.J. Green, Joe Mixon and Tyler Boyd in Zac Taylor’s scheme.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
2. Chase Young
Team, DE, Ohio State
5 foot 17 | 265 lbs., 50 yrs

The Redskins choose to stay put and lock down the best pure talent in this draft. Chase Young is the clear-cut best pass rusher available and the Washington defensive line now has a solid young core for the future with Young joining fellow former first-rounders Jonathan Allen (Alabama), Montez Sweat (Mississippi State) and Da’Ron Payne (Alabama). Plus, Pro Bowl edge rusher Ryan Kerrigan is likely gone a year from now as he’s in the final year of his contract at age 32. Young racked up 16.5 sacks last season for Ohio State and totaled 27 sacks over the last two years as he exemplified a unique combination of size, speed and strength from the edge.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
3. Jeff Okudah
Lions, CB, Ohio State
5 foot 13 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs

The Lions ignore all the trade offers coming in and stick with Jeff Okudah to fill a position of need. Detroit desperately needed help in the secondary after finishing dead last in pass defense in 2019 and then trading away Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay back in March. Snagging a shutdown corner like Ohio State’s Jeff Okudah is going to help this defense a ton right from Day 1. Okudah was a unanimous All-American in 2019 for the Buckeyes with his 12 passes defended and three interceptions.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
4. Andrew Thomas
Giants, OL, Georgia
5 foot 17 | 320 lbs., 50 yrs

GM Dave Gettlemen also ignores all the trade offers coming in before taking one of the top offensive tackles in the draft. In the end, it’s the right decision to prioritize protecting franchise QB Daniel Jones despite the Giants’ defense having some big holes. Andrew Thomas mostly played left tackle at Georgia but he would probably slide over to the right side in New York, opposite of Nate Solder on the starting line. Thomas started on the right side for all 15 games as a freshman for the Bulldogs - and then be the eventual successor to Solder on the left side as Jones’ blind-side protector in the long term.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
5. Tua Tagovailoa
Dolphins, QB, Alabama
5 foot 13 | 218 lbs., 50 yrs

Miami doesn’t need to trade up to get Tua Tagovailoa and end up with the player they likely wanted all along. There’s no denying how talented Tua is as a passer and QB prospect, but the big worry with him comes down to his serious hip injury that probably had some NFL teams wary. The Dolphins, though, have Ryan Fitzpatrick as their current starter and can afford to have Tua sit for at least half the season. By 2021, though, he’ll be Miami’s new franchise QB. Tagovailoa possesses outstanding field vision and passing instincts from both the pocket and on the run - characteristics that helped him become one of the best college football QBs just a year ago.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
6. Justin Herbert
Chargers, QB, Oregon
5 foot 18 | 237 lbs., 50 yrs

After losing Philip Rivers this offseason, the Chargers draft Justin Herbert as their potential franchise QB of the future. LAC has Tyrod Taylor entrenched as the current starter, but we could easily see Herbert take over the starting job sometime this season. Herbert is an explosive thrower both from the pocket and as a scrambler - and his athleticism to make plays with his feet gives him another dimension, especially in today’s NFL where mobile QB’s are even more valuable. He owns a powerful arm that translates well to the next level, but his accuracy as a passer is sometimes inconsistent - as proven by the fact he never eclipsed the 70% completion rate in his four years as Oregon’s QB.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
7. Derrick Brown
Panthers, DT, Auburn
5 foot 17 | 318 lbs., 50 yrs

The Panthers came into this draft with a ton of defensive needs and they address one of those here at #7 overall. Derrick Brown will likely start right away on Carolina’s defensive line that will reportedly now be a 4-3 scheme under new head coach Matt Rhule. At Auburn, Brown was a three-year starter and a 2019 unanimous All-American. He primarily lined up as the nose tackle in college, but has the versatility and athleticism to be a pass-rushing defensive lineman - much like Aaron Donald or Fletcher Cox have transitioned at the next level.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
8. Isaiah Simmons
Cardinals, LB, Clemson
5 foot 16 | 230 lbs., 50 yrs

The Cardinals need a lot of help on defense and they will instantly get that from do-everything playmaker Isaiah Simmons. Simmons was a Swiss Army knife for Clemson’s top-tier defense, playing a hybrid position with responsibilities spanning linebacker, safety and cornerback. He has the ability to stop the run, cover receivers of all sizes and blitz the quarterback from different spots - a true every-down defensive player who can allow the Arizona defense to be creative. The Cardinals will be able to line him up in the front 7 as a run-stopper or pass-rusher - or drop him into coverage as a safety-type.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
9. CJ Henderson
Jaguars, DB, Florida
5 foot 13 | 202 lbs., 50 yrs

Some thought the Jaguars would trade away from this spot, but they stand pat and grab C.J. Henderson as the second cornerback off the board in this draft. Some teams might view Henderson as a better prospect than Ohio State’s Jeff Okudah - and the Florida product is definitely battle-tested after being a three-year collegiate starter facing some talented SEC wideouts. He’s an elite cover corner and an ideal replacement for a Jags secondary that lost both Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye over this past year.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
10. Jedrick Wills Jr.
Browns, OL, Alabama
5 foot 17 | 320 lbs., 50 yrs

The Browns definitely needed offensive line help this offseason and they get another to protect Baker Mayfield for the future. Cleveland signed former Titans’ right tackle Jack Conklin - and Jedrick Wills would slide over to play left tackle on this O-line. At Alabama, Wills played on the right side but he has the versatility to play all across the line. Protecting Mayfield was clearly priority #1 in the draft for this franchise - and it immediately makes the offense better with Wills and Conklin manning the edges.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
11. Mekhi Becton
Jets, OL, Louisville
5 foot 19 | 369 lbs., 50 yrs

Mekhi Becton reportedly failed a drug test at the NFL Combine and it causes him to fall down slightly as the third OT off the board. Talent-wise, though, Becton might be the best offensive linemen in this class as he possesses a unique combination of speed (a 4.51 40-yard dash) and size (6-foot-7, 364 pounds). The Jets are likely ecstatic to take arguably the best offensive tackle in this class to provide some protection for their own franchise QB Sam Darnold. New York allowed the league’s fourth-most sacks last year and adding Becton to that O-line could go a long way for Sam Darnold’s development. Becton is physically dominant and he has legit experience after playing both left and right tackle in his three years as a starter for Louisville.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
12. Henry Ruggs III
Raiders, WR,
5 foot 12 | 190 lbs.,

A year after the Antonio Brown disaster, the Raiders are in need of a WR to give Derek Carr some offensive help - and they do that with the speedy Henry Ruggs. Many expected either CeeDee Lamb or Jerry Jeudy to be the first wideout off the board and the Raiders surprise everyone with this pick. Las Vegas’ decision-making duo of Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden are ecstatic to get a guy who will make this offense more flashy right away. His 4.27 40-yard dash could be evidence enough, but Ruggs is explosive on tape with his route-running, big play ability and threat as a returner. He’s a speedy, possession receiver who can play either in the slot or on the outside as a solid WR2. Although he totaled just 98 catches in his three seasons at ‘Bama, Ruggs ranks third in school history in touchdown catches (behind Jeudy and Amari Cooper) and he scored every 4.1 catches in college.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
13. Tristan Wirfs
Buccaneers, OL, Iowa
5 foot 17 | 322 lbs., 50 yrs

The Bucs oddly trade up one spot to give Tom Brady more protection with this franchise in win-now mode. Some believe Tristan Wirfs is the best offensive tackle in this draft but he ends up being the fourth one off the board. Tampa Bay had a big hole at right tackle with last year’s starter Demar Dotson currently unsigned - and Wirfs would ideally be a starter on the right side this season. Wirfs mostly played right tackle in his three years at Iowa, and he was a first team All-American last season while playing in the tough Big Ten conference.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
14. Javon Kinlaw
49ers, DL, South Carolina
5 foot 18 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs

After trading down with the Bucs - and using their pick from the Colts in the DeForest Buckner trade - the Niners draft Buckner’s replacement on the defensive line. As a three-year starter at South Carolina, Javon Kinlaw lined up as a true defensive tackle in a four-man front - essentially the same role that Buckner played last year for San Fran. While he saw constant double teams in college, Kinlaw would benefit greatly from playing in an already-talented defensive line that would make the transition smoother. The Niners seem to realize that good teams are built from the line out - and they stay committed to that philosophy by bringing in a younger, cheaper defensive tackle to replace Buckner.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
15. Jerry Jeudy
Broncos, WR, Alabama
5 foot 13 | 192 lbs., 50 yrs

The Broncos needed to give Drew Lock some weapons and they do that here with Jerry Jeudy - who somewhat surprisingly lasts until #15 overall. The offensive line could use some reinforcements, but Lock needs proven pass-catchers at his disposal. At Alabama, Jeudy has two proven seasons of dominant production against tough SEC competition as he became a refined route-runner to be an ideal possession receiver with deep threat ability as well. He was just the second receiver in Crimson Tide history with back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons as he formed a lethal QB-WR duo with classmate Tua Tagovailoa. Lock and Jeudy could be really fun to watch for years to come.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
16. A.J. Terrell
Falcons, CB, Clemson
5 foot 13 | 190 lbs., 50 yrs

After parting ways with Desmond Trufant this offseason, the Falcons had a need in the secondary and they address it by selecting one of the best corners in the draft. A.J. Terrell was a core part of Clemson’s scary defense for the past two seasons and that experience playing in big games with pros around him will surely help him get acclimated to the next level. He’s a physical open-field tackler and aggressive in coverage from the corner spot. Atlanta’s offense has plenty of firepower but it’s the defense that needed help - and why not take Trufant’s replacement in the defensive backfield.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
17. CeeDee Lamb
Cowboys, WR, Oklahoma
5 foot 14 | 191 lbs., 50 yrs

The Cowboys probably have more pressing positional needs than WR, but they go with CeeDee Lamb after the Oklahoma product falls all the way down to #17 overall. Although he goes off as the third WR in this draft, Lamb could easily wind up with the better NFL career than both Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs. At Oklahoma, Lamb definitely benefited from playing a quick-tempo, spread offense that featured plenty of scoring and yardage every single week. He boasts a very high NFL ceiling because of his top notch run-after-the-catch skills and playmaking ability that a lot of receivers lack at the next level. Lamb forms a really attractive WR corps for Dak Prescott - joining Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
18. Austin Jackson
Dolphins, OT, USC
5 foot 18 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs

After taking Tua Tagovailoa at #5 overall, the Dolphins now get someone to help protect him for years to come. Austin Jackson becomes the fifth offensive tackle taken in this draft after he started the last two seasons on the left side for USC. The O-line was a huge position of need for Miami after they had the league’s worst offensive line in 2019 - tied for the league-lead in sacks allowed to go along with the most QB hits by far. Jackson might need a year or two to develop as a legit NFL starter, but that is the current rebuild time frame for a team that picked a QB who could sit for a season.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
19. Damon Arnette
Raiders, CB,
5 foot 12 | 195 lbs.,

The Raiders had a ton of positions of need coming into this draft and they use their second 1st round pick to address another one. The Vegas secondary definitely needs help after the defense finished 25th in passing yards allowed in 2019, and their free-agent deal with corner Eli Apple fell through. Damon Arnette is a very interesting pick, though, because some experts gave him a 2nd or 3rd round grade before tonight. He ends up as the third corner off the board after starting each of the last three seasons in Ohio State’s secondary. Arnette is very good in press coverage and as a run-stopper off the edge - both qualities that will help this Raiders defense right away.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
20. K'Lavon Chaisson
Jaguars, OLB, LSU
5 foot 16 | 250 lbs., 50 yrs

The Jaguars’ defensive line has a ton of holes in it and they address it with this selection of K’Lavon Chaisson with their second pick in the 1st round. Jacksonville parted ways with both Calais Campbell and Marcell Dareus this offseason - and edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue could also be on the move as he’s at the center of trade rumors right now. The Jags get an immediate starter on the D-line with this LSU product. Outside of Chase Young, Chaisson is the next-best pass-rusher in this draft class and he’s honestly a steal at #20 overall considering he could’ve gone a lot earlier.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
21. Jalen Reagor
Eagles, WR, TCU
5 foot 11 | 195 lbs., 50 yrs

Every Eagles fan wanted to see a wide receiver at this spot - and they got it in the form of TCU’s Jalen Reagor. Although Justin Jefferson was still on the board, it’s Reagor who now joins a Philly receiving corps of DeSean Jackson, Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert and (for now) Alshon Jeffery. The speedy Reagor has legit game-breaking ability that will make this Philly offense even more dangerous. After racking up 72 catches and 1,000-plus yards as a sophomore, Reagor’s numbers took a noticeable dip last season with below-average QB play and an offense that struggled to get him the ball. He is a top-tier returner and deep ball receiver - two aspects that should give him a high ceiling at the next level if used right.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
22. Justin Jefferson
Vikings, WR, LSU
5 foot 15 | 192 lbs., 50 yrs

The Vikings definitely needed a second WR to pair with Adam Thielen after losing Stefon Diggs to Buffalo this offseason - and Justin Jefferson will give Kirk Cousins another receiving weapon. Jefferson was Joe Burrow’s favorite target on LSU’s national championship team - setting a single-season school record with 111 catches last year. He’s a polished route runner and brings a physicality as a pass-catcher in the air and in traffic. He was very sure-handed at LSU and it’s a big reason why Burrow looked his way so often. The only downside to Jefferson is his lack of elite speed or elusiveness, but he makes up for it by being a pure pass-catcher who Cousins can trust along with Thielen.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
23. Kenneth Murray
Chargers, LB, Oklahoma
5 foot 14 | 243 lbs., 50 yrs

The Chargers trade up with the Patriots for two second-round picks and they select a linebacker to sure up the defense. In terms of pure linebackers in this draft class, Kenneth Murray is probably the best one (outside of Clemson’s Isaiah Simmons) and he’ll be a three-down tackling machine in the NFL. He brings a solid combination of speed and physicality from the linebacker position as he can both rush off the edge from an outside position and chase down ball-carriers in the second level of the defense. Murray’s speed and dynamic playmaking will play well as an outside linebacker for the Chargers.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
24. Cesar Ruiz
Saints, OL, Michigan
5 foot 16 | 319 lbs., 50 yrs

The Saints admittedly don’t have a huge position of need with a stacked roster ready to compete for a Super Bowl right away - and they get the best pure center in this draft with Cesar Ruiz. The Michigan product played mostly center in college, but he has the versatility to play both guard positions as well - and the Saints could use him in that capacity. Ruiz is a very solid pass protector and got better as run blocker with Michigan. Whether he plays guard or center with New Orleans, this is a great insurance pick to build the offensive line and protect aging QB Drew Brees.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
25. Brandon Aiyuk
49ers, WR, Arizona State
5 foot 13 | 195 lbs., 50 yrs

After losing Emmanuel Sanders this offseason, the 49ers find his replacement by trading up from #31 overall to select Brandon Aiyuk. San Fran is definitely one of those teams with not many holes in the roster and a run-heavy offense that would allow a rookie WR to get acclimated better than other landing spots - just like Deebo Samuel from last year. Aiyuk, the Arizona State product, doesn’t receive the same national love as the other top rookie WRs in this class - but he was dominant in college and his overall game will translate well to the next level if he goes to a team with an established offensive footprint like the Niners. Just flip on Aiyuk’s highlight tape and you’ll see his playmaking abilities to turn 10-yard catches into long touchdowns and desperate fly routes into sure thing scores. He owns dynamic speed and athleticism but needs more maturation and polish as a route runner and pass-catcher.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
26. Jordan Love
Packers, QB, Utah State
5 foot 16 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs

Remember when Aaron Rodgers was drafted to be Brett Favre’s eventual replacement? Well, the Packers trade up from #30 overall to select Rodgers’ possible successor in Jordan Love. Rodgers’ recent injury history and old age clearly has Green Bay thinking about the future and Love would likely be the starter in a year or two once their stud QB retires or moves on to another team. At Utah State, Love excelled in an uptempo, shotgun-heavy offense where his passing abilities took center stage. He’s pretty raw as a passer, but he does boast an impressive arm talent that’s been compared to Patrick Mahomes in terms of playing loose and appearing effortless as a thrower. It’s very possible Love could follow Mahomes’ career path as a backup in his first season behind a proven signal-caller like Rodgers to get more comfortable running an NFL-style offense and hone his passing skills.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
27. Jordyn Brooks
Seahawks, LB, Texas Tech
5 foot 13 | 245 lbs., 50 yrs

The Seahawks didn’t have a huge need at linebacker, but still fortify the position with this selection of Jordyn Brooks. He was a four-year starter at Texas Tech who lined up mostly as the Mike backer in college as a tackling-machine. He racked up 367 total tackles in his four collegiate seasons, including 108 last year en route to being a second-team All-American. Brooks is a speedy backer who can tackle RBs behind the line of scrimmage and cover the whole field to run down ball-carriers. He’ll likely be an inside LB in Seattle’s defense as he’ll need to work on his pass coverage skills to be trusted as an outside backer.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
28. Patrick Queen
Ravens, LB, LSU
5 foot 13 | 227 lbs., 50 yrs

It took a year for the Ravens to replace C.J. Moseley at linebacker, but they finally do it with Patrick Queen. The LSU product is one of the best every-down inside linebackers in this class who can both stop the run and cover receivers downfield. Queen is a super-athletic linebacker who can excel in pass coverage when defending tight ends and/or running backs. He would help solidify a Ravens defense that needs to be stronger in 2020 to offset the high-powered offense. One upside here is his young age (20-years-old) and potential to develop into an all-around middle linebacker for a Baltimore defense desperate to replace Moseley’s production.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
29. Isaiah Wilson
Titans, OL, Georgia
5 foot 19 | 340 lbs., 50 yrs

Although they re-signed tackle Dennis Kelly, the Titans needed more offensive line help to replace the departed Jack Conklin. Tennessee gets that in Isaiah Wilson to add more blocking for their stud RB Derrick Henry and QB Ryan Tannehill. Wilson started at right tackle the last two seasons for Georgia and he’s an ideal plug-and-play on the right side with Conklin gone. He boasts enormous size (at 6-foot-6 and 350 pounds) and that should help him be useful in this Titans’ offense that calls for power blocking in a run-heavy scheme. Wilson needs a little work technique-wise, but the ceiling is high for a lineman who has to reach his true potential.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
30. Noah Igbinoghene
Dolphins, DB, Auburn
5 foot 11 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs

After addressing offense with their first two 1st round selections, the Dolphins now get some defensive help in the secondary. Auburn’s Noah Igbinoghene is raw at the corner position as a converted WR, but he has legit talent with his coverage skills and speed to stay with receivers. This Miami defense was one of the league’s worst at defending the pass in 2019 - and now the Dolphins have Igbinoghene to pair with Byron Jones and Xavien Howard in the defensive backfield. They will likely put him in the nickel position to cover slot WRs and let Jones and Howard man the outside corner spots.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
31. Jeff Gladney
Vikings, CB, TCU
5 foot 12 | 183 lbs., 50 yrs

The Vikings addressed WR with their earlier 1st round selection and now it’s time to focus on their other huge position of need in the secondary. Minnesota desperately needs cornerback help after parting ways with Xavier Rhodes, Mackensie Alexander and Trae Waynes this offseason. For those keeping score, that’s all three of the Vikings’ 2019 starting corners gone - and TCU’s Jeff Gladney would be a Day 1 starter on this defense. Gladney was a four-year starter in college who has a ton of experience playing in a press-heavy scheme, often trailing opponents’ best receivers in the pass-happy Big 12 conference.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
32. Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Chiefs, RB, LSU
5 foot 8 | 209 lbs., 50 yrs

We have the first running back off the board - and the Super Bowl champs make their offense even better! Clyde Edwards-Helaire was not viewed as the top RB in this draft, but he’s the guy the Chiefs want to give them another dimension on the offense. The LSU standout excelled in a dominant offense last year and it’s easy to expect more of the same with KC in 2020. Edwards-Helaire is a bit undersized, but he’s a tough runner who’s also excellent as a pass-catcher out of the backfield. Chiefs now have a scary 1-2 punch of Edwards-Helaire and Damien Williams manning the RB room.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM


1. Tee Higgins
Bengals, WR, Clemson
5 foot 16 | 215 lbs., 50 yrs

After taking Joe Burrow at #1 overall last night, the Bengals use their 2nd Round pick to give their new franchise QB some help on offense. Clemson’s Tee Higgins now joins a Cincy receiving corps of A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd. Higgins was a big-play threat and a touchdown machine in Clemson’s offense the last couple years - and he can certainly do that at the next level too. He’s an above-the-rim, athletic receiver who can not only win jump balls in the end zone but also expand his catch radius more than most receivers his size. This Bengals offense should be fun to watch next season and for years to come with Higgins joining Burrow, Green, Boyd and RB Joe Mixon.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
2. Michael Pittman Jr.
Colts, WR, USC
5 foot 16 | 225 lbs., 50 yrs

The Colts didn’t have a 1st Round pick but they go offense with their first selection of the Draft. Michael Pittman Jr. has the notable size and a bigger frame than most WR prospects in this class - and that body type should help him transition to the Indy offense. As the son of an 11-year NFL vet, Pittman has football in his blood and that familiarity may also have some head coaches of front office execs higher on him than usual because of the name recognition. Although he has average speed and not much explosiveness, Pittman’s value comes from his physicality as a pass-catcher - a trait that could help him become a solid WR2 on the Colts alongside T.Y. Hilton.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
3. D'Andre Swift
Lions, RB, Georgia
5 foot 9 | 215 lbs., 50 yrs

Although the Lions already have youngster Kerryon Johnson in their backfield, they add another RB here with D’Andre Swift. Some experts had Swift as the top RB in this class and he ends up going as the second one off the board. The Georgia product possesses some of the best natural talent of any RB in this draft - he’s explosive as a runner and very elusive to make multiple defenders miss, making him very tough to tackle one-on-one in the open field. He was never a workhorse back in college with only three games of 20-plus carries in his 43 career games for Georgia. The big concern surrounding Swift, though, is his injury history. He battled groin, toe and ankle injuries as a sophomore and then played through a shoulder contusion last season that limited him to only six total touches in the SEC title game and Sugar Bowl.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
4. Xavier McKinney
Giants, DB, Alabama
5 foot 13 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs

The Giants have taken significant steps to bolster their defense this offseason and they continue the trend by adding one of the best safeties in this draft class. Xavier McKinney is a complete safety prospect who can be physical in stopping the run with the ability to drop back in coverage as the over-the-top help on passing downs. He led the Crimson Tide in tackles last year as a first team All-SEC performer and he will help this Giants D a ton after they added corner James Bradberry this offseason too.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
5. Kyle Dugger
Patriots, SAF, Lenoir-Rhyne University
5 foot 14 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs
6. Yetur Gross-Matos
Panthers, DE, Penn State
5 foot 17 | 264 lbs., 50 yrs
7. Robert Hunt
Dolphins, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette
5 foot 17 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs
8. Ross Blacklock
Texans, DT, TCU
5 foot 16 | 305 lbs., 50 yrs
9. Jonathan Taylor
Colts, RB, Wisconsin
5 foot 11 | 219 lbs., 50 yrs

Some had Jonathan Taylor as the best RB in this draft class but he ends up as the third one off the board to Indianapolis. Taylor finished his college career sixth on the FBS all-time rushing list while breaking Herschel Walker’s record for most rushing yards by a player through his junior season. He definitely benefited from playing in a run-heavy Wisconsin offense with a good offensive line blocking for him, but there’s no denying his talents as a ball-carrier when you watch the game tape or highlights. Taylor was patient to hit holes and then exploded through the next level of defenders to break off numerous long runs. The two notable weaknesses for Taylor are his slight issue with fumbling at Wisconsin, and his lack of experience catching passes out of the backfield.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
10. Laviska Shenault Jr.
Jaguars, WR, Colorado
5 foot 14 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs

The Jaguars came into this draft needing another offensive weapon, and they get him here in the 2nd Round. Laviska Shenault is the ultimate wild card in this WR draft class as he owns the ideal package of size, athleticism, acceleration and toughness that NFL teams should covet. At Colorado, he showed off his natural playaking instincts as both a receiver and ball-carrier who regularly saw carries on end-arounds. He brings a unique physicality with the ball in his hands, making him a big threat on those designed runs or after the catch to break tackles. However, his durability is a legit concern after he dealt with several injuries the last two seasons and just had core muscle surgery in March.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
11. Cole Kmet
Bears, TE, Notre Dame
5 foot 17 | 250 lbs., 50 yrs

How about the first tight end off the board? The Bears signed vet Jimmy Graham this offseason, but now they get a young TE with Cole Kmet. He’s one of the more NFL-ready tight ends in this draft because of his skills as a pass-catcher and experience playing in a pro-style offense at Notre Dame. Although he only had one full season as a starter for the Irish, Kmet was used heavily as one of QB Ian Book’s top receiving targets in 2019 - especially in the red zone. The only weakness to Kmet’s game is his blocking skills, which could use some work so he can become a true three-down tight end in the NFL.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
12. Grant Delpit
Browns, SAF, LSU
5 foot 15 | 203 lbs., 50 yrs
13. Antoine Winfield Jr.
Buccaneers, DB, Minnesota
5 foot 10 | 205 lbs., 50 yrs
14. KJ Hamler
Broncos, WR, Penn State
5 foot 9 | 176 lbs., 50 yrs

Even though the Broncos drafted Jerry Jeudy in the 1st Round, they continue to surround QB Drew Lock with receiving talent. As far as speedy, big-play threats go in this WR draft class - KJ Kamler is arguably the best one right next to new Eagle Jalen Reagor. At Penn State, Hamler was a long touchdown waiting to happen any time he touched the ball with his terrific run-after-the-catch skills. Pairing Jeudy and Hamler with Courtland Suttong in this WR corp gives Denver a good balance of speed, athleticism and game-breaking ability for Lock to throw to for years to come.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
15. Marlon Davidson
Falcons, DE, Auburn
5 foot 15 | 278 lbs., 50 yrs
16. Darrell Taylor
Seahawks, LB, Tennessee
5 foot 16 | 255 lbs., 50 yrs
17. Chase Claypool
Steelers, WR, Notre Dame
5 foot 16 | 229 lbs., 50 yrs

With their first pick of the draft, the Steelers give Big Ben another receiving weapon on offense as they continue to try to replace Antonio Brown’s production. Chase Claypool joins a receiving corps that includes JuJu Smith-Schuster and Eric Ebron - and he brings legit size to the WR position. At Notre Dame, Claypool showed off his unexpected speed at his taller frame - while being a really good catcher in traffic over the middle and on jump balls. He’ll be a solid red zone target for Roethlisberger and will complement Smith-Schuster on the outside.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
18. Jaylon Johnson
Bears, DB, Utah
5 foot 12 | 190 lbs., 50 yrs
19. Trevon Diggs
Cowboys, DB, Alabama
5 foot 14 | 207 lbs., 50 yrs
20. Cam Akers
Rams, RB, Florida State
5 foot 11 | 212 lbs., 50 yrs

After parting ways with Todd Gurley this offseason, the Rams bring in Cam Akers to be the guy in the backfield for 2020. Akers might split time with Malcolm Brown to start the season, but there’s no doubt the Florida State product is the better talent. As a three-year feature back for the Seminoles, Akers saw a ton of volume - especially this past season when he averaged 21 carries per game on an underperforming team. His career 4.9 yards per rush average isn’t too exciting - but then again opposing defenses were stacking the box against him because he was FSU’s only threat at times. In terms of his physicality and tough running ability, Akers is one of the hardest runners in this draft and he has the occasional shiftiness to make defenders miss as well.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
21. Jalen Hurts
Eagles, QB, Oklahoma
5 foot 14 | 219 lbs., 50 yrs

The Eagles definitely had other needs than QB because, frankly, Carson Wentz is their franchise guy presumably for the next decade. Philly surprises everyone by drafting Jalen Hurts to be Wentz’s backup - something that could be a good idea considering some recent injuries. Hurts has had an interesting college career spanning productive seasons with both Alabama and Oklahoma - and his success can’t be ignored for a team that looks to have a strong backup behind Wentz. His raw passing abilities were a bit hidden last season in the Sooners’ quick-strike offense with plenty of playmakers around him to make him look better - plus his rushing ability kept defenses honest enough to allow his throwing to be successful. He frankly won’t be able to run wild in the NFL as he did at Oklahoma, though, and he’ll need to work more on his accuracy and throwing mechanics. He’s a legit threat as a runner and the Eagles could try to use him right away as a rookie to make the offense more dangerous.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
22. A.J. Epenesa
Bills, DE, Iowa
5 foot 18 | 280 lbs., 50 yrs
23. J.K. Dobbins
Ravens, RB, Ohio State
5 foot 10 | 217 lbs., 50 yrs

If you were scared of the Ravens offense last year, just wait until J.K. Dobbins becomes a legit contributor in this run-heavy attack. Some viewed Dobbins as the top RB in this draft but he ends up as the fifth one off the board. Dobbins is a back who definitely benefited from playing in a talented offensive system and on a team that blew out opponents in 80% of games - but the talent is still very much alive. His skillset is built for an NFL backfield with a marriage of impressive vision, elusiveness and power to help him be a legit three-down back. He was a workhorse in college and he can definitely be that type of back for the Ravens as a threat alongside Lamar Jackson for years to come - and complementing Mark Ingram for 2020.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
24. Raekwon Davis
Dolphins, DL, Alabama
5 foot 19 | 312 lbs., 50 yrs
25. Van Jefferson
Rams, WR, Florida
5 foot 14 | 197 lbs., 50 yrs

The Rams parted ways with Brandin Cooks this offseason and now they have yet another talented WR for Jared Goff to work with. Jefferson joins Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods in the LAR receiving corps - not to mention their talented tight ends that will surely be targeted by Goff. Jefferson is a solid possession receiver with sure hands and elite route running that should help him rack up catches - even in a crowded offense. 

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
26. Ezra Cleveland
Vikings, OL, Boise State
5 foot 18 | 311 lbs., 50 yrs
27. Denzel Mims
Jets, WR, Baylor
5 foot 15 | 215 lbs., 50 yrs

Many thought the Jets would draft a WR in the 1st Round to replace Robby Anderson - and they do that here with Denzel Mims. The Baylor product is one of the fastest WRs in this draft class with elite straight-line speed - while also possessing the ideal length and contested catch ability as a bigger-bodied receiver. That package gives him a ton of upside to be an elite NFL WR if he can prove his skill set is legit against tough cover corners. The one thing he does need to work on is his route running as he never showed an advanced route tree while at Baylor.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
28. Josh Uche
Patriots, LB, Michigan
5 foot 14 | 250 lbs., 50 yrs
29. Kristian Fulton
Titans, CB, LSU
5 foot 12 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs
30. AJ Dillon
Packers, RB, Boston College
5 foot 12 | 250 lbs., 50 yrs

It took almost two full rounds but the Packers finally select an offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers (after disrespecting him with the Jordan Love pick last night). AJ Dillon was a workhorse back for Boston College and his big, physical frame should allow him to be successful as an early-down RB for Green Bay. He can break off long runs when he gets through the first level of defenses, and his big body usually allows him to break tackles with ease. He’s a grind-it-out ball-carrier who should help the Packers complement Aaron Jones and his pass-catching ability in the backfield.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
31. Willie Gay Jr.
Chiefs, LB, Mississippi State
5 foot 14 | 240 lbs., 50 yrs
32. Jeremy Chinn
Panthers, SAF, Southern Illinois
5 foot 15 | 212 lbs., 50 yrs


1. Logan Wilson
Bengals, LB, Wyoming
5 foot 14 | 250 lbs., 50 yrs
2. Antonio Gibson
Team, WR, Memphis
5 foot 14 | 221 lbs., 50 yrs

The Redskins get one of the best offensive weapons of this draft. Antonio Gibson was a big-play threat every time he touched the ball for Memphis as he primarily played wide receiver but received a bunch of carries as well. Since he is a converted WR, Gibson boasts a bigger frame and size than most backs in this draft - and his physicality will allow him to break tackles while also exploding for big plays when he touches the ball. The only worry is his major lack of experience as a pure running back - he only had 33 carries in 14 games last year - and his raw talent as a ball-carrier. The speed and athleticism, though, should make him a dangerous weapon in the Washington offense - no matter what position they line him up at.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
3. Julian Okwara
Lions, DL, Notre Dame
5 foot 16 | 248 lbs., 50 yrs
4. Ashtyn Davis
Jets, SAF, California
5 foot 13 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs
5. Damien Lewis
Seahawks, G, LSU
5 foot 15 | 332 lbs., 50 yrs
6. Brandon Jones
Dolphins, DB, Texas
5 foot 12 | 205 lbs., 50 yrs
7. Justin Madubuike
Ravens, DL, Texas A&M
5 foot 15 | 304 lbs., 50 yrs
8. Josh Jones
Cardinals, OL, Houston
5 foot 19 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs
9. Davon Hamilton
Jaguars, DT, Ohio State
5 foot 16 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs
10. Zack Baun
Saints, OLB, Wisconsin
5 foot 15 | 235 lbs., 50 yrs
11. Jonah Jackson
Lions, OL, Ohio State
5 foot 16 | 305 lbs., 50 yrs
12. Ke'Shawn Vaughn
Buccaneers, RB, Vanderbilt
5 foot 10 | 218 lbs., 50 yrs

We all assumed the Bucs would take a RB in this draft to give Tom Brady another weapon - and they do it here in the 3rd round. At Vanderbilt, Ke'Shawn Vaughn was a between-the-tackles runner who has legit ability to make defenders miss in the hole and break off chunk yardage. He ran hard against tough defenses in the SEC and also showed off his catching skills. Tampa Bay will likely want Vaughn to run underneath routes in the same manner James White became a prolific pass-catcher with Brady in New England - and Vaughn can certainly fit that mold with a rushing upside as well. 

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
13. Michael Ojemudia
Broncos, DB, Iowa
5 foot 13 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs
14. Matt Hennessy
Falcons, OL, Temple
5 foot 16 | 295 lbs., 50 yrs
15. Jabari Zuniga
Jets, DL, Florida
5 foot 16 | 246 lbs., 50 yrs
16. Lynn Bowden Jr.
Raiders, QB,
5 foot 13 | 199 lbs.,

Lynn Bowden is one of the best overall offensive players in this draft and now he’ll be an interesting weapon for this Raiders offense. At Kentucky, Bowden was the team’s best wide receiver and returner before becoming the starting QB last season due to injuries at the position. As a dual-threat quarterback, Bowden was so dynamic because of his legit rushing skills from behind center in an offense built around his speed. He would see a massive rushing volume against SEC defenses week-in and week-out and repeatedly showed his toughness and character by showing up every game and leading Kentucky to a bowl game appearance despite not having a true QB. The Raiders could use Bowden all across the offense as a receiver, rusher or run-pass option QB to give opposing defenses different looks.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
17. Bryan Edwards
Raiders, WR,
5 foot 15 | 215 lbs.,
18. Neville Gallimore
Cowboys, DL, Oklahoma
5 foot 14 | 301 lbs., 50 yrs
19. Lloyd Cushenberry III
Broncos, C, LSU
5 foot 16 | 315 lbs., 50 yrs
20. Terrell Lewis
Rams, LB, Alabama
5 foot 17 | 252 lbs., 50 yrs
21. Julian Blackmon
Colts, DB, Utah
5 foot 13 | 195 lbs., 50 yrs
22. Zack Moss
Bills, RB, Utah
5 foot 10 | 222 lbs., 50 yrs

The Bills already have Devin Singletary leading their backfield, but they add to the position with Zack Moss. The Utah product rushed for 1,000-plus yards in each of his three seasons as a starter and scored 39 total touchdowns with nearly a 6.0 yards per rush average in his collegiate career. He’s a punishing runner who can break tackles at an elite level - a skillset that could compliment Singletary well. he only concern with Moss is his durability - he played through ankle and shoulder injuries during most of his junior and senior seasons, respectively.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
23. Anfernee Jennings
Patriots, LB, Alabama
5 foot 15 | 259 lbs., 50 yrs
24. Jordan Elliott
Browns, DL, Missouri
5 foot 16 | 315 lbs., 50 yrs
25. Cameron Dantzler
Vikings, CB, Mississippi State
5 foot 14 | 185 lbs., 50 yrs
26. Jonathan Greenard
Texans, LB, Florida
5 foot 15 | 263 lbs., 50 yrs
27. Devin Asiasi
Patriots, TE, UCLA
5 foot 15 | 279 lbs., 50 yrs

The Patriots needed a tight end heading into this draft and they grab Devin Asiasi as just the second TE off the board so far. At UCLA, Asiasi was asked to run block often in Chip Kelly’s uptempo offense that featured plenty of run plays - and that experience lining up on the line should definitely help him contribute with the Patriots in his rookie year. Out of all the tight ends in this draft class, Asiasi is probably the best at pass and run blocking with his big frame and familiarity doing it in college. He also finished as the Bruins’ second-leading receiver last season as a great pass-catcher over the middle and finding zones to sit in for his QB.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
28. Devin Duvernay
Ravens, WR, Texas
5 foot 11 | 210 lbs., 50 yrs
29. Darrynton Evans
Titans, RB, Appalachian State
5 foot 11 | 191 lbs., 50 yrs

The Titans obviously locked down Derrick Henry this offseason, but they draft a nice complementary piece in the backfield to pair with their workhorse. Darrynton Evans will provide a nice change-of-pace for the Titans as he doesn’t boast great size or physicality, but his speed and elusiveness as a runner is legit. Obviously facing Sun Belt defenses isn’t the best test in college, but it’s easy to see how dominant Evans can be when you watch his game tape. Plus, Evans was App State’s kick returner and slot receiver before becoming the feature RB - giving him some extra value to Tennessee on special teams.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 2:12 AM
30. Josiah Deguara
Packers, TE, Cincinnati
5 foot 15 | 240 lbs., 50 yrs
31. McTelvin Agim
Broncos, DL, Arkansas
5 foot 15 | 279 lbs., 50 yrs
32. Lucas Niang
Chiefs, OT, TCU
5 foot 19 | 328 lbs., 50 yrs
33. Jacob Phillips
Browns, LB, LSU
5 foot 16 | 233 lbs., 50 yrs
34. Malik Harrison
Ravens, LB, Ohio State
5 foot 15 | 240 lbs., 50 yrs
35. Matt Peart
Giants, OL, Connecticut
5 foot 17 | 300 lbs., 50 yrs
36. Tanner Muse
Raiders, SAF,
5 foot 14 | 230 lbs.,
37. Dalton Keene
Patriots, TE, Virginia Tech
5 foot 16 | 251 lbs., 50 yrs
38. Alex Highsmith
Steelers, DE, Charlotte
5 foot 16 | 242 lbs., 50 yrs
39. Davion Taylor
Eagles, OLB, Colorado
5 foot 14 | 225 lbs., 50 yrs
40. Terrell Burgess
Rams, DB, Utah
5 foot 12 | 198 lbs., 50 yrs
41. Adam Trautman
Saints, TE, Dayton
5 foot 18 | 253 lbs., 50 yrs

The Saints offense gets richer as they add yet another pass-catching weapon for Drew Brees. Dayton’s Adam Trautman is arguably the best TE in this draft class but he goes off as the fifth one. Whenever you watch his tape from 2019, Trautman was clearly one of the more dominant athletes on the field and his senior year stats back that up. At Dayton, he primarily lined up out wide in a spread attack which allowed for his top-notch pass-catching skills to be put on full display as the offense’s go-to receiving option. He’s a physical route-runner and pass-catcher who led his team in receiving yards each of the past three seasons. Considering his size and skills as a receiving tight end, it’s easy to see him translating well to the New Orleans offense.

Updated at: Tue April 28th 5:32 AM
42. Tyre Phillips
Ravens, OL, Mississippi State
5 foot 17 | 345 lbs., 50 yrs


1. Akeem Davis-Gaither
Bengals, OLB, Appalachian State
5 foot 14 | 208 lbs., 50 yrs
2. Saahdiq Charles
Team, OT, LSU
5 foot 16 | 295 lbs., 50 yrs
3. John Simpson
Lions, OL,
5 foot 16 | 330 lbs.,
4. Darnay Holmes
Giants, DB, UCLA
5 foot 10 | 198 lbs., 50 yrs
5. Solomon Kindley
Dolphins, OL, Georgia
5 foot 16 | 335 lbs., 50 yrs
6. Joshua Kelley
Chargers, RB, UCLA
5 foot 11 | 219 lbs., 50 yrs
7. Troy Pride Jr.
Panthers, CB, Notre Dame
5 foot 11 | 194 lbs., 50 yrs
8. Leki Fotu
Cardinals, DT, Utah
5 foot 17 | 330 lbs., 50 yrs
9. Harrison Bryant
Browns, TE, Florida Atlantic
5 foot 17 | 240 lbs., 50 yrs
10. Ben Bartch
Jaguars, OL, Saint John's (MN)
5 foot 18 | 305 lbs., 50 yrs
11. D.J. Wonnum
Buccaneers, LB, South Carolina
5 foot 17 | 260 lbs., 50 yrs
12. Albert Okwuegbunam
Broncos, TE, Missouri
5 foot 17 | 255 lbs., 50 yrs
13. Mykal Walker
Falcons, LB, Fresno State
5 foot 15 | 227 lbs., 50 yrs
14. Lamical Perine
Jets, RB, Florida
5 foot 11 | 218 lbs., 50 yrs
15. Logan Stenberg
Raiders, OG, Kentucky
5 foot 18 | 322 lbs., 50 yrs
16. Jacob Eason
Colts, QB, Washington
5 foot 18 | 228 lbs., 50 yrs
17. Reggie Robinson II
Cowboys, CB, Tulsa
5 foot 13 | 197 lbs., 50 yrs
18. Anthony McFarland Jr.
Steelers, RB, Maryland
5 foot 9 | 198 lbs., 50 yrs
19. James Morgan
Patriots, QB, Florida International
5 foot 16 | 213 lbs., 50 yrs
20. Charlie Heck
Rams, OL, North Carolina
5 foot 20 | 315 lbs., 50 yrs
21. K'Von Wallace
Eagles, SAF, Clemson
5 foot 11 | 205 lbs., 50 yrs
22. Gabriel Davis
Bills, WR, UCF
5 foot 15 | 212 lbs., 50 yrs
23. Cameron Clark
Ravens, OL, Charlotte
5 foot 17 | 294 lbs., 50 yrs
24. James Lynch
Saints, DT, Baylor
5 foot 16 | 290 lbs., 50 yrs
25. Rashard Lawrence
Cardinals, DL, LSU
5 foot 14 | 308 lbs., 50 yrs
26. Troy Dye
Vikings, LB, Oregon
5 foot 16 | 226 lbs., 50 yrs
27. Colby Parkinson
Seahawks, TE, Stanford
5 foot 19 | 251 lbs., 50 yrs
28. Jaylinn Hawkins
Falcons, SAF, California
5 foot 14 | 210 lbs., 50 yrs
29. Kevin Dotson
Steelers, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette
5 foot 16 | 315 lbs., 50 yrs
30. Brycen Hopkins
Packers, TE, Purdue
5 foot 17 | 245 lbs., 50 yrs
31. Josiah Scott
Jaguars, CB, Michigan State
5 foot 10 | 171 lbs., 50 yrs
32. L'Jarius Sneed
Chiefs, SAF, Louisiana Tech
5 foot 13 | 193 lbs., 50 yrs
33. Amik Robertson
Patriots, CB,
5 foot 9 | 183 lbs.,
34. Shaquille Quarterman
Jaguars, LB, Miami (FL)
5 foot 13 | 240 lbs., 50 yrs
35. John Reid
Dolphins, CB, Penn State
5 foot 10 | 181 lbs., 50 yrs
36. Antonio Gandy-Golden
Team, WR, Liberty
5 foot 16 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs
37. Ben Bredeson
Ravens, OL, Michigan
5 foot 17 | 325 lbs., 50 yrs
38. DeeJay Dallas
Seahawks, RB, Miami (FL)
5 foot 10 | 215 lbs., 50 yrs
39. Jack Driscoll
Eagles, OL, Auburn
5 foot 17 | 296 lbs., 50 yrs
40. Tyler Biadasz
Eagles, OL, Wisconsin
5 foot 15 | 321 lbs., 50 yrs


1. Khalid Kareem
Bengals, DL, Notre Dame
5 foot 16 | 265 lbs., 50 yrs
2. Alton Robinson
Panthers, DL, Syracuse
5 foot 16 | 257 lbs., 50 yrs
3. Danny Pinter
Lions, OL, Ball State
5 foot 16 | 295 lbs., 50 yrs
4. Shane Lemieux
Giants, OL, Oregon
5 foot 16 | 316 lbs., 50 yrs
5. Joe Reed
Dolphins, WR, Virginia
5 foot 13 | 215 lbs., 50 yrs
6. Kenny Robinson
Panthers, SAF, West Virginia
5 foot 14 | 198 lbs., 50 yrs
7. Colton McKivitz
Dolphins, OL, West Virginia
5 foot 19 | 312 lbs., 50 yrs
8. Jason Strowbridge
Dolphins, DL, North Carolina
5 foot 17 | 285 lbs., 50 yrs
9. Trevis Gipson
Vikings, DE, Tulsa
5 foot 16 | 268 lbs., 50 yrs
10. Keith Ismael
49ers, OL, San Diego State
5 foot 15 | 310 lbs., 50 yrs
11. Daniel Thomas
Jaguars, DB, Auburn
5 foot 11 | 209 lbs., 50 yrs
12. Bryce Hall
Jets, CB, Virginia
5 foot 13 | 200 lbs., 50 yrs
13. Justin Rohrwasser
Raiders, K/P, Marshall
5 foot 15 | 230 lbs., 50 yrs
14. Nick Harris
Colts, OL, Washington
5 foot 13 | 302 lbs., 50 yrs
15. Tyler Johnson
Buccaneers, WR, Minnesota
5 foot 14 | 205 lbs., 50 yrs
16. Khaleke Hudson
Team, LB, Michigan
5 foot 12 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs
17. Kindle Vildor
Bears, CB, Georgia Southern
5 foot 11 | 190 lbs., 50 yrs
18. Curtis Weaver
Cowboys, LB, Boise State
5 foot 15 | 265 lbs., 50 yrs
19. Collin Johnson
Jaguars, WR, Texas
5 foot 18 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs
20. Quintez Cephus
Lions, WR, Wisconsin
5 foot 13 | 207 lbs., 50 yrs
21. Jake Fromm
Bills, QB, Georgia
5 foot 14 | 220 lbs., 50 yrs
22. John Hightower
Eagles, WR, Boise State
5 foot 14 | 183 lbs., 50 yrs
23. Harrison Hand
Saints, CB, Temple
5 foot 12 | 192 lbs., 50 yrs
24. Broderick Washington Jr.
Jaguars, DL, Texas Tech
5 foot 15 | 305 lbs., 50 yrs
25. Isaiah Coulter
Texans, WR, Rhode Island
5 foot 15 | 190 lbs., 50 yrs
26. Jason Huntley
Patriots, RB, New Mexico State
5 foot 9 | 193 lbs., 50 yrs
27. Darnell Mooney
Dolphins, WR, Tulane
5 foot 11 | 175 lbs., 50 yrs
28. Larrell Murchison
Titans, DT, North Carolina State
5 foot 15 | 291 lbs., 50 yrs
29. Kamal Martin
Packers, LB, Minnesota
5 foot 15 | 245 lbs., 50 yrs
30. K.J. Osborn
49ers, WR, Miami (FL)
5 foot 12 | 205 lbs., 50 yrs
31. Michael Danna
Chiefs, DL, Michigan
5 foot 14 | 261 lbs., 50 yrs
32. Justin Strnad
Broncos, LB, Wake Forest
5 foot 15 | 235 lbs., 50 yrs
33. Bradlee Anae
Cowboys, DE, Utah
5 foot 15 | 265 lbs., 50 yrs


1. Hakeem Adeniji
Bengals, OL, Kansas
5 foot 17 | 300 lbs., 50 yrs
2. Netane Muti
Broncos, OL, Fresno State
5 foot 15 | 308 lbs., 50 yrs
3. Michael Onwenu
Lions, OL, Michigan
5 foot 15 | 350 lbs., 50 yrs
4. Cam Brown
Giants, LB, Penn State
5 foot 17 | 233 lbs., 50 yrs
5. Bravvion Roy
Dolphins, DT, Baylor
5 foot 13 | 333 lbs., 50 yrs
6. Blake Ferguson
Dolphins, LS, LSU
5 foot 15 | 235 lbs., 50 yrs
7. Alohi Gilman
Chargers, SAF, Notre Dame
5 foot 10 | 202 lbs., 50 yrs
8. Donovan Peoples-Jones
Browns, WR, Michigan
5 foot 14 | 208 lbs., 50 yrs
9. Tyler Bass
Bills, K, Georgia Southern
5 foot 10 | 185 lbs., 50 yrs
10. Jake Luton
Jaguars, QB, Oregon State
5 foot 19 | 229 lbs., 50 yrs