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Love it or hate it 2019 is in the book. Time to look towards 2020. Below is a list of some of 2020 draft eligible prospects to keep an eye on this year. Bear in mind that prospects like Kyler Murray and Quinnen Williams were barely on the radar this time last year...



Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama (Jr.)

Justin Herbert, Oregon

Jake Fromm, Georgia (Jr.)

K.J. Costello, Stanford (Jr.)

Jacob Eason, Washington

Shea Patterson, Michigan

Nate Stanley, Iowa

Steven Montez, Colorado



J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State (Jr.)

Najee Harris, Alabama (Jr.)

Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin (Jr.)

D'Andre Swift, Georgia (Jr.)

Kylin Hill, Mississippi State (Jr.)

Travis Etienne, Clemson (Jr.)

Jordan Conkrite, Florida State

AJ Dillon, Boston College (Jr.)

Eno Benjamin, Arizona State (Jr.)



Jerry Jeudy, Alabama (Jr.)

Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado (Jr.)

Henry Ruggs III, Alabama (Jr.)

CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma (Jr.)

Tee Higgins, Clemson (Jr.)

Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State (Jr.)

Collin Johnson, Texas

Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan (Jr.)

Jalen Reagor, TCU (Jr.) 



Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri (Jr.)

Mitchell Wilcox, South Florida

Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt

Jake Breeland, Oregon

Colby Parkinson, Stanford (Jr.)

Luke Farrell, Ohio State (Jr.)



Andrew Thomas, Georgia (Jr.)

Walker Little, Stanford (Jr.)

Trey Adams, Washington

Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn

Tristan Wirfs, Iowa (Jr.)



Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin

Tommy Kraemer, Notre Dame

Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

Ben Bredeson, Michigan

Darryl Williams, Missisippi State

Ryan McCollum, Texas A&M

Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

Ben Cleveland, Georgia



Derrick Brown, Auburn

Raekwon Davis, Alabama

Lorenzo Neal, Purdue

Nick Coe, Auburn (Jr.)

Rashard Lawrence, LSU

LaBryan Ray, Alabama (Jr.)

Raequan Williams, Michigan State

Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M (Jr.)

McTelvin Agim, Arkansas

Kyree Campbell, Florida (Jr.)

Mustafa Johnson, Colorado (Jr.)

Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina

Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma



Chase Young, Ohio State (Jr.)

AJ Epenesa, Iowa (Jr.)

Kenny Willekes, Michigan State

Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame

Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

Rashad Weaver, Pitt (Jr.)

Joe Gaziano, Northwestern

Jamari Zuniga, Florida

Anfernee Jennings, Alabama

Jonathan Garvin, Miami (Jr.)

Jaquan Bailey, Iowa State

Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State (Jr.)

Patrick Johnson, Tulane (Jr.)

Julian Okwara, Michigan State

Curtis Weaver, Boise State (Jr.)

Kendall Coleman, Syracuse

Reggie Walker, Kansas State

Carter Coughlin, Minnesota

Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State

Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

Terrell Lewis, Alabama

Quincy Roche, Temple



Dylan Moses, Alabama (Jr.)

Shaquille Quarterman, Miami

Paddy Fisher, Northwestern (Jr.)

Michael Pinckney, Miami

Jacob Phillips, LSU

Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma (Jr.)

Isaiah Simmons, Clemson (Jr.)

Tuf Borland, Ohio State

Troy Dye, Oregon

Patrick Queen, LSU (Jr.)

Khaleke Hudson, Michigan

Kyahva Tezino, San Diego State

Evan Weaver, Cal

Malik Harrison, Ohio State

Joe Bachie, Michigan State

Mohamed Sanogo, Ole Miss (Jr.)



Mike Hampton, USF (Jr.)

Bryce Hall, Virginia Tech

Dicaprio Bootle, Nebraska (Jr.)

Lamar Jackson, Nebraska

Trevon Diggs, Alabama

Jaylon Johnson, Utah (Jr.)

CJ Henderson, Florida (Jr.)

Marco Wilson, Florida (Jr.)

Chase Lucas, ASU (Jr.)

Kristian Fulton, LSU

AJ Terrell, Clemson (Jr.)

Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State (Jr.)

Levert Hill, Notre Dame

Levonta Taylor, Florida State

Darney Holmes, UCLA (Jr.)



Grant Delpit, LSU (Jr.)

Xavier McKinney, Alabama

Shyheim Carter, Alabama

Gleson Sprewell, Houston (Jr.)

JR Reed, Georgia

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A couple of early takeaways...

1. Alabama look very strong again. This might be the best secondary they've rolled out since Saban has been there.

2. This CB class looks very strong. If we decide to move on from Trufant after this year there are bunch of talented boundary corners here.

3. The QB, RB and WR classes look far stronger in 2020 than was on offer this year.

4. Good job we addressed OL this year.

5. I'm not sure there is a Nick Bosa or Josh Allen but the edge class looks deep.

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34 minutes ago, ike barn87987 said:

Kristian Fulton is my #1 CB


The Florida corners have a ton of upside as does Jaylon Johnson at Utah. I like Bryce Hall and Mike Hampton the best at this point. Hampton is probably a guy who will be overlooked due to level of competition, but I think he's the complete package.

Corner and Edge looked stacked in the 2020 class, so I'm intrigued to see how it plays out this year.

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We still need help at all three levels of the defense and next year needs to be a defensive draft.

There is the disclaimer.  If we move on from Freeman after this year and Ollison and Ito don’t impress,  and Falcons Defensive Draft board blows up before our first pick - D’Andre Swift is a special, special RB who will be an NFL Star.  He’s much better than Josh Jacobs who went #24 this year to Raiders.

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Yahoo Sports' Eric Edholm was surprised that Clemson redshirt junior LB/S Isaiah Simmons did not declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Simmons (6'4/225) easily could have been drafted if he declared, but he opted to stay in an attempt to improve his draft stock and maybe win another national title along the way. Simmons' name resurfaced today after a video showed him in a race with Clemson RB Travis Etienne where Simmons matched him step for step. The hybrid defensive player has all the speed in the world, and he'll be competing for one of the 32 first-round picks next year.





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3 hours ago, ike barn87987 said:

Jaylon Johnson, DeMarkus Acy, and Damon Arnette are all good corners I would look at.

I've got Johnson on there. I think he's someone who is going to fly up the boards this year and test really well.

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14 hours ago, Draftnut57 said:

Do you think we could get him with the 32nd pick??

I like your thinking!

Way too early to tell right now where these guys will go. He could end up a top 10 pick with his size and athleticism, but you've got to remember guys like Mack Wilson were considered 1st round picks this time last year (some had him pegged as a top 10 talent).

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What if I told you Greedy Williams was the second best corner at LSU on film last season? I know Trevor Sikkema agrees. Fulton was phenomenal in 2018 as a returning starter coming back from a suspension in 2017. With the surprising lack of interest in this year's cornerback class at the top (Deandre Baker was CB1 at #30 overall), Fulton's suspension for tampering with a NCAA drug test may hurt him. But if he's as good in 2019 as he was last year, I doubt it. He's a legit lockdown corner and he's not afraid to tackle, either.


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On 5/21/2019 at 8:07 AM, ike barn87987 said:

I wouldn't be surprised if we went with a LBer 1st rd. Simmons and Dylan Moses look good. I'm not liking the DT group. Besides Brown and Neal I might look at Kinlaw.


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Alex Leatherwood is staying as well. Mocks are completely all over the place but some had him going 11-14 range. Potentially one less guy to push players down to the 16 slot. Hopefully Tua comes out, despite the injury I think he gets drafted ahead of 16. 

The problem with keeping TD and Quinn is the pressure to win means there is no chance in flipping **** that they trade back. They will double down on needing a game changer. Yet if they really were scouting savants they would be moving back and filling more holes with their genius level scouting abilities.

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