Top 100 Prospects
My Top Prospects for 2020 NFL Draft is very different from what you may be used to reading. I understand that not everybody is not going to agree, but let’s have some fun, mainly because the NFL draft is so unpredictable. Nobody truly knows what’s going to happen anyway, and that is the best part. To be able to have a conversation with other people that love the draft and learn from one another. With all that said, here are my Top Prospects. Enjoy!
1. Tua Tagovailoa Quarterback from Alabama – Top-rated player because of his timing, accuracy, and leadership.
2. Chase Young Edge from Ohio St – Top overall defensive player in this draft mainly because of his ability to wreck an offensive game plan.
3. Joe Burrow Quarterback from LSU – Joe Burrow had the best overall season by a college quarterback in the history of College Football. Was he a one year wonder or just a late bloomer. 6’3 221.
4. Jedrick Wills Offensive Tackle from Alabama – Played right tackle at Alabama but with his amazing footwork, he will have no problem playing either left or right tackle in the NFL.
5. Isaiah Simmons “Defense” from Clemson – The best Athlete in this draft. He can also play multiple positions including linebacker, corner, and safety.
6. Andrew Thomas Offensive Tackle from Georgia – Smooth lineman with great footwork that will become a future all-pro at the position.
7. Henry Ruggs Wide Receiver from Alabama – Electric speed along with dropping only one pass in 2019.
8. Jeff Okudah Cornerback from Ohio St – Tall cornerback with really good speed and ball skills. Also has the toughness you need to be able to lock down the other team’s number one receiver.
9. Jerry Jeudy Wide Receiver from Alabama – Best route runner in this draft by far.
10. Derrick Brown Defensive Tackle from Auburn – Will dominate the line of scrimmage for some lucky team for a long time. Best suited for a nose-tackle in a 3-4 defense.
11. CeeDee Lamb Wide Receiver from Oklahoma – His run after the catch ability is outstanding and should be a future star for the years to come.
12. Justin Herbert Quarterback from Oregon – More athletic than people give him credit for and can make every throw. However, he can also miss every single throw. Herbert can be one of the best quarterbacks in the league if he can find a way to be more consistent.
13. Javon Kinlaw Defensive Tackle from South Carolina – Big and athletic and will be more of a 4-3 defensive tackle.
14. Tee Higgins Wide Receiver from Clemson – Not the fastest or most athletic but can go up and get the ball with the best of him. And in my opinion, the best hands in the entire draft along with being a very good run blocker.
15. Terrell Lewis Edge from Alabama – Lewis is a little raw but very strong and all the tools you look for in an elite edge rusher.
16. Isaiah Wilson Offensive Tackle from Georgia – A monster offensive lineman who will be a new age James “Big Cat” Williams from the ’90s. Very good run blocker as well.
17. Tristan Wirfs Offensive Tackle from Iowa – Very athletic lineman who was a former wrestler.
18. Jonathan Taylor Running Back from Wisconsin – Top five running back in the NFL type talent with blazing speed. However, he had some fumbling issues at Wisconsin. Hopefully, he can clean that up with better technique.
19. Marlon Davidson Defensive End from Auburn – Has New England Patriot written all over him. Great player with an electric personality.
20. Trevon Diggs Cornerback from Alabama – New to the position but has gotten better and better under former Head Coach Nick Saban. Diggs’s best trait is his ability to catch the ball being that he was a former wide receiver and brother to Stefon Diggs.
21. K’Lavon Chaisson Edge from LSU – Very good athlete who can beat tackles around the edge regularly.
22. Mekhi Becton Offensive Tackle from Louisville – Great athlete for his size. He also had one of the most memorable combines ever. Should thrive in a run-heavy offensive scheme.
23. Malik Harrison Middle Linebacker from Ohio St – Most underrated player in this draft. A great leader and very reliable in pass coverage and in the run game.
24. Josh Jones Offensive Tackle from Houston – Athletic tackle who can also be a guard. His dominant senior bowl performance solidified his draft status as offensive tackle number five.
25. Jalen Hurts Quarterback form Oklahoma – Jalen has some things to get better at just like a lot of other quarterbacks in this draft. However, his leadership and running ability will make him a very attractive quarterback for years to come.
26. Justin Jefferson Wide Receiver from LSU – Jefferson is a very fast receiver who dominated the top teams in the College Football Playoffs this past year.
27. Clyde Edwards-Helaire Running Back from LSU – Clyde is the best all-around back in this draft. With his fantastic contact balance to go along with being a very reliable receiving option out of the backfield.
28. Antoine Winfield Jr Safety from Minnesota – Elite ball skills and could very well be the next honey badger.
29. Patrick Queen Middle Linebacker from LSU – Queen, filled in nicely for former first-round pick Devin White last year. Also, the best tackler at his position, especially at the goal line.
30. Donovan Peoples-Jones Wide Receiver from Michigan – Underrated because of Michigan’s poor play at quarterback. He will be a better player in the NFL than he was in College. Great athlete who had a 44 inch vertical and ran a 4.48 40 yard dash at the scouting combine.
31. Kenneth Murray Middle Linebacker form Oklahoma.
32. Jordan Love Quarterback from Utah St.
33. Noah Igbinoghene Cornerback from Auburn.
34. AJ Epenesa Defensive End from Iowa.
35. Jaylon Johnson Cornerback from Utah.
36. Yetur Gross-Matos Edge from Penn St.
37. D’Andre Swift Running Back from Georgia.
38. Cam Akers Running Back from Florida St.
39. Xavier McKinney Safety from Alabama.
40. Kyle Dugger Safety from Lenoir-Ryne.
41. Jeff Gladney Cornerback from TCU.
42. Bryan Edwards Wide Receiver from South Carolina.
43. AJ Terrell Cornerback from Clemson.
44. CJ Henderson Cornerback from Florida.
45. Erza Cleveland Offensive Tackle from Boise St.
46. Grant Delpit Safety from LSU
47. Zach Baun Edge from Wisconsin.
48. Denzel Mims Wide Receiver from Baylor.
49. Nick Harris Center from Washington.
50. Lloyd Cushenberry Center from LSU
51. JK Dobbins Running Back from Ohio St.
52. Chase Claypool Wide Receiver from Notre Dame.
53. Cesar Ruiz Center from Michigan.
54. Antonio Gibson Running Back from Memphis.
55. Kristian Fulton Cornerback from LSU.
56. Cole Kmet Tight End from Notre Dame.
57. Van Jefferson Wide Receiver from Florida.
58. Brycen Hopkins Tight End from Purdue.
59. KJ Hill Wide Receiver from Ohio St.
60. Jeremy Chinn Safety from Southern Illinois.
61. Matt Peart Offensive Tackle from Connecticut.
62. Austin Jackson Offensive Tackle form USC.
63. Derrick Tuszka Edge from North Dakota St.
64. Ross Blacklock Defensive Tackle from TCU.
65. Willie Gay Jr Middle Linebacker from Mississippi St.
66. Laviska Shenault Jr Wide Receiver from Colorado.
67. Michael Pittman Jr Wide Receiver from USC.
68. Jalen Reagor Wide Receiver from TCU.
69. Lamical Perine Running Back from Florida.
70. Jake Fromm Quarterback from Georgia.
71. Justin Madubuike Defensive Tackle from Texas A&M.
72. Brandon Aiyuk Wide Receiver from Arizona St.
73. Akeem Davis-Gaither Middle Linebacker from Appalachian St.
74. Anthony McFarland Running Back from Maryland.
75. Anfrenee Jennings Edge from Alabama.
76. Hunter Bryant Tight End from Washington.
77. Jabari Zuniga Edge from Florida.
78. Bradlee Anae Edge from Utah.
79. Damien Lewis Guard from LSU.
80. Thaddeus Moss Tight End from LSU.
81. Michael Ojemudia Cornerback from Iowa.
82. Solomon Kindley Guard from Georgia.
83. Raekwon Davis Defensive Tackle from Alabama.
84. JR Reed Safety from Georgia.
85. Adam Trautman Tight End from Dayton.
86. Jacob Eason Quarterback from Washington.
87. Jack Driscoll Offensive Tackle from Auburn.
88. Kenny Willekes Edge from Michigan St.
89. Darrynton Evans Running Back from Appalachian St.
90. Logan Stenberg Guard from Kentucky.
91. Lamar Jackson Cornerback from Nebraska.
92. AJ Dillon Running Back from Boston College.
93. Javaris Davis Cornerback from Auburn.
94. Rashard Lawrence Defensive Tackle from LSU.
95. Lucas Niang Offensive Tackle from TCU.
96. Devin Duvernay Wide Receiver from Texas.
97. Matt Hennessy Center from Temple.
98. Neville Gallimore Defensive Tackle from Oklahoma.
99. John Reid Cornerback from Penn St.
100. Dezmon Patmon Wide Receiver from Washington St.
Also, if you would like to take a look at my top running back sleeper article click here. Or for my wide receiver sleeper article click here. Thank you for reading.