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2020 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

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These are my personal rankings so far. I do not include RS Sophmores since it is very uncertain if they will declare, even if I do like them (Pooka Williams for example).
 

Quarterbacks:

  1. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
  2. Joe Burrow, LSU
  3. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
  4. Justin Herbert, Oregon
  5. Jake Fromm, Georgia
  6. Jacob Eason, Washington
  7. Jamie Newman, Wake Forest
  8. Jordan Love, Utah State
  9. Shane Buechele, SMU
  10. Sean Clifford, Penn State
  11. Anthony Gordon, Washington State
  12. Cole McDonald, Hawaii
  13. K.J. Costello, Stanford
  14. Jake Luton, Oregon State
  15. Nate Stanley, Iowa
  16. Steven Montez, Colorado
  17. Sam Elignher, Texas
  18. Brian Lewerke, Michigan State
  19. Khalil Tate, Arizona State

 

Halfbacks: 

  1. D’Andre Swift, Georgia
  2. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
  3. Travis Etienne, Clemson
  4. Cam Akers, Florida State
  5. J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
  6. Zack Moss, Utah
  7. Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
  8. Eno Benjamin, Arizona State
  9. Najee Harris, Alabama
  10. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU
  11. Reggie Corbin, Illinois
  12. A.J. Dillion, Boston College
  13. Lamical Perine, Florida
  14. DeeJay Dallas, Miami
  15. Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt
  16. Trey Sermon, Oklahoma
  17. Tavien Feaster, South Carolina
  18. Anthony McFarland, Maryland
  19. Michael Warren II, Cincinnati
  20. Kylin Hill, Mississippi State
  21. Dan Herrein, Georgia
  22. Raheem Boyd, Arkansas
  23. C.J. Verdell, Oregon
  24. Stephen Carr, USC
  25. Juwan Washington, San Diego State
  26. Corey Dauphine, Tulane

 

Wide Receivers:

  1. Jerry Juedy, Alabama
  2. CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma
  3. Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
  4. Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado
  5. Tee Higgins, Clemson
  6. Justin Jefferson, LSU
  7. Jalen Reagor, TCU
  8. Tyler Johnson, Minnesota
  9. Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State
  10. K.J. Hamler, Penn State
  11. Devonta Smith, Alabama
  12. Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State
  13. Devin Duvernay, Texas
  14. Sage Surratt, Wake Forest
  15. Michael Pittman Jr., USC
  16. Gabriel Davis, UCF
  17. K.J. Hill, Ohio State
  18. Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty
  19. John Hightower, Boise State
  20. Bryan Edwards, South Carolina
  21. JD Spielman, Nebraska
  22. Joe Reed, Virginia
  23. James Prosche, SMU
  24. Quartney David, Texas A&M
  25. Binjimen Victor, Ohio State
  26. Collin Johnson, Texas
  27. Van Jefferson, Florida
  28. Jeff Thomas, Miami
  29. Chase Claypool, Notre Dame
  30. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan
  31. Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky
  32. Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State
  33. Denzel Mims, Baylor
  34. Lawrence Cager, Georgia
  35. Tre Walker, San Jose State
  36. Tyler Vaughns, USC
  37. Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin
  38. Reggie Roberson, SMU
  39. Jauan Jennings, Tennessee
  40. Kendrick Rogers, Texas A&M
  41. Nico Collins, Michigan
  42. Aaron Fuller, Washington
  43. Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt
  44. T.J. Vasher, Texas Tech
  45. Hezekiah Grimsley, Virginia Tech
  46. Damon Hazelton, Virginia Tech
  47. Johnny Johnson II, Oregon
  48. Seth Dawkins, Louisville

 

Tight Ends:

  1. Hunter Bryant, Washington
  2. Cole Kmet, Notre Dame
  3. Grant Calcaterra, Oklahoma
  4. Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt
  5. Brycen Hopkins, Purdue
  6. Cheyenne O’Grady, Arkansas (RF)
  7. Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri
  8. Matt Bushman, BYU
  9. Colby Parkinson, Stanford
  10. Mitchell Wilcox, USF
  11. Jacob Breeland, Oregon
  12. Eli Wolf, Georgia
  13. Josiah Deguara, Cincinnati
  14. Noah Togiai, Oregon State

 

Centers:

  1. Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
  2. Jake Hanson, Oregon
  3. Lloyd Cushenberry III, LSU
  4. Zach Shackelford, Texas
  5. Matt Hennessy, Temple
  6. Cesar Ruiz, Michigan
  7. Landon Dickerson, Alabama

 

Offensive Guards:

  1. Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
  2. Netane Muti, Fresno State
  3. Darryl Williams, Mississippi State
  4. Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon
  5. Trey Smith, Tennessee
  6. Nick Harris, Washington
  7. Ben Bredeson, Michigan
  8. Logan Stenberg, Kentucky
  9. Ben Cleveland, Georgia
  10. Solomon Kindley, Georgia
  11. Shane Lemieux, Oregon
  12. Jonah Jackson, Ohio State
  13. Zach Robertson, Arizona State
  14. Adrian Magee, LSU
  15. Wyatt Davis, Ohio State

 

Offensive Tackles:

  1. Andrew Thomas, Georgia
  2. Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
  3. Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama
  4. Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
  5. Josh Jones, Houston
  6. Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn
  7. Samuel Cosmi, Texas
  8. Jack Driscoll, Auburn
  9. Charlie Heck, North Carolina
  10. Jared Hilbers, Washington
  11. Ezra Cleveland, Boise State
  12. Lucas Niang, TCU
  13. Austin Jackson, USC
  14. Walker Little, Stanford
  15. Alaric Jackson, Iowa
  16. Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame
  17. Scott Frantz, Kansas State
  18. Tommy Kraemer, Notre Dame
  19. Mekhi Becton, Louisville
  20. Trey Adams, Washington
  21. Colton McKivitz, West Virginia
  22. Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin
  23. Matt Womack, Alabama

 

Defensive Ends:

  1. Chase Young, Ohio State
  2. A.J. Epenesa, Iowa
  3. Shaka Toney, Penn State
  4. Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State
  5. Terrell Lewis, Alabama
  6. K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU
  7. Julian Okwara, Notre Dame
  8. Carlos Basham, Wake Forest
  9. Curtis Weaver, Boise State
  10. Alton Robinson, Syracuse
  11. Bradlee Anae, Utah
  12. James Lynch, Baylor
  13. Zack Baun, Wisconsin
  14. Anfernee Jennings, Alabama
  15. Jonathan Greenard, Florida
  16. Josh Uche, Michigan
  17. Jabari Zuniga, Florida
  18. Kenny Willekes, Michigan State
  19. Oluwole Betiku Jr., Illinois
  20. Darrell Taylor, Tennessee
  21. Nick Coe, Auburn
  22. Tipa Galeai, Utah State
  23. Marlon Davidson, Auburn
  24. Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame
  25. D.J. Wonnum, South Carolina
  26. Trevon Hill, Miami
  27. Xavier Thomas, Clemson
  28. Kwity Paye, Michigan
  29. Joe Gaziano, Northwestern
  30. Jonathan Garvin, Miami

 

Defensive Tackles:

  1. Derrick Brown, Auburn
  2. Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina
  3. Marvin Wilson, Florida State
  4. Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma
  5. Raekwon Davis, Alabama
  6. Levi Onwuzurike, Washington
  7. Jordan Elliot, Missouri
  8. Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M
  9. Ross Blacklock, TCU
  10. Darius Stills, West Virginia
  11. Leki Fotu, Utah
  12. Tyler Clark, Georgia
  13. Jordan Scott, Oregon
  14. Davon Hamilton, Ohio State
  15. Raequan Williams, Michigan State
  16. Robert Windsor, Penn State
  17. Robert Landers, Ohio State
  18. Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA
  19. Marlon Davidson, Auburn
  20. Larrell Murchinson, NC State
  21. LaBryan Ray, Alabama
  22. Jason Stowbridge, North Carolina
  23. Khyiris Tonga, BYU
  24. Rashard Lawrence, LSU
  25. Jonathan Ford, Miami

 

Linebackers:

  1. Isaiah Simmons, Clemson
  2. Dylan Moses, Alabama
  3. Willie Gay Jr., Mississippi State
  4. Troy Dye, Oregon
  5. David Woodward, Utah State
  6. Chris Orr, Wisconsin
  7. Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma
  8. Monty Rice, Georgia
  9. Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State
  10. Markus Bailey, Purdue
  11. Michael Pinckney, Miami
  12. Malik Harrison, Ohio State
  13. Dele Harding, Illinois
  14. T.J. Brunson, South Carolina
  15. Nate Landman, Colorado
  16. Daniel Bituli, Tennessee
  17. Chaz Surratt, North Carolina
  18. Charles Snowden, Virginia
  19. Paddy Fischer, Northwestern
  20. Jacob Phillips, LSU
  21. Justin Strnad, Wake Forest
  22. Jordan Mack, Virginia
  23. David Reese II, Florida
  24. Nick Bolton, Missouri
  25. Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech
  26. Kuony Deng, California
  27. Shaquille Quarterman, Miami
  28. Michael Divinity, LSU (RF)
  29. Evan Weaver, California
  30. Joe Bachie, Michigan State
  31. Khaleke Hudson, Michigan
  32. Baron Browning, Ohio State
  33. Jake Hansen, Illinois
  34. Marcel Spears Jr., Iowa State
  35. Patrick Macron, USF
  36. Keandre Jones, Maryland

 

Cornerbacks:

  1. Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State
  2. Kristian Fulton, LSU
  3. Trevon Diggs, Alabama
  4. Bryce Hall, Virginia
  5. Paulson Adebo, Stanford
  6. C.J. Henderson, Florida
  7. Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State
  8. A.J. Terrell, Clemson
  9. Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon
  10. Jaylon Johnson, Utah
  11. Myles Bryant, Washington
  12. Jeff Gladney, TCU
  13. Shaun Wade, Ohio State
  14. Troy Pride Jr., Notre Dame
  15. Damon Arnette, Ohio State
  16. T.J. Carter, Memphis
  17. Amari Henderson, Wake Forest
  18. Lamar Jackson, Nebraska
  19. Essang Bassey, Wake Forest
  20. Chase Lucas, Arizona State
  21. Ambry Thomas, Michigan
  22. Trajan Bandy, Miami
  23. Levonta Taylor, Florida State
  24. Lavert Hill, Michigan
  25. Kindle Vildor, Ga Southern
  26. Dane Jackson, Pittsburgh
  27. Elijah Riley, Army
  28. Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech
  29. Hasan Defense, Kansas
  30. Julian Blackmon, Utah
  31. Tre Brown, Oklahoma
  32. Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon
  33. A.J. Green, Oklahoma State

 

Safeties:

  1. Grant Delpit, LSU
  2. Ashtyn Davis, California
  3. Xavier McKinney, Alabama
  4. Shyheim Carter, Alabama
  5. J.R. Reed, Georgia
  6. Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State
  7. Richard Lecounte III, Georgia
  8. Brandon Jones, Texas
  9. Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame
  10. Myles Dorn, North Carolina
  11. Jordan Fuller, Ohio State
  12. Reggie Floyd, Virginia Tech
  13. Antoine Brooks Jr., Maryland
  14. JaCoby Stevens, LSU
  15. Jeremiah Dinson, Auburn
  16. Richie Grant, UCF
  17. Nigel Warrior, Tennessee
  18. Brad Stewart, Florida
  19. Damar Hamlin, Pittsburgh
  20. Kamren Curl, Arkansas
  21. Shawn Davis, Florida
  22. Myles Jones, Texas A&M
  23. JuJu Hughes, Fresno State
  24. Javon Hagan, Ohio
  25. Jalen Elliot, Notre Dame
  26. Kekaula Kaniho, Boise State

 

*(RF) - red flag
*Some players only have one game evaluated. I place those players lower due to a smaller sample size. 

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Interesting list here. I love Rodney Smith, RB from Minnesota. Surprised you don't have him here. Definitely check him out. He could easily be a fringe top 10 RB in the class. Also think you're big time sleeping on Ben Bredeson. Lemieux is really low. Your CB rankings are real bold. Not hating btw. I acknowledge these are your personal rankings, just figured id throw in my 2 cents.

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49 minutes ago, CMarinoNFL said:

Interesting list here. I love Rodney Smith, RB from Minnesota. Surprised you don't have him here. Definitely check him out. He could easily be a fringe top 10 RB in the class. Also think you're big time sleeping on Ben Bredeson. Lemieux is really low. Your CB rankings are real bold. Not hating btw. I acknowledge these are your personal rankings, just figured id throw in my 2 cents.

I have seen some of Rodney Smith when evaluating Tyler Johnson, but didn’t focus on him that much. I will watch a few games of his tonight. 
 

For Bredeson, I think he could be a decent starter, but I don’t love his tools. Think he’s got slow feet, and lacks initial pop, quickness, and leverage right off the snap in the run game. Like him better in pass protection than in run blocking. Actually evaluating his team mate Onwenu right now, and he impresses me more.
 

For Lemieux, he’s basically the opposite of Bredeson. Very solid in the run game and love his ability to get to the second level. I hate his pass protection technique though. His hand usage in pass protection is terrible. Reaches more than strikes, not much punch in his hands. Base gets really wide which kills his ability to adjust to inside moves. 
 

When you get into the 6-12 range in the position, think it just depends on which flaws you can live with more. These are just my opinions though. Doesn’t mean I’m right lol. 

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4 hours ago, A-TowN.- said:

For Bredeson, I think he could be a decent starter, but I don’t love his tools. Think he’s got slow feet, and lacks initial pop, quickness, and leverage right off the snap in the run game. Like him better in pass . 

Wow. That’s huge. I think Bredeson could easily be the quickest guard in the class. To me, his feet are real fast.

 

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1 hour ago, CMarinoNFL said:

Wow. That’s huge. I think Bredeson could easily be the quickest guard in the class. To me, his feet are real fast.

I kind of see heavy feet to be honest. I think the best feet in the class belong to Jedrick Wills Jr.

Maybe watching him has just set the bar too high lol. I’m not saying Bredeson is undraftable or anything though. I’d take him in the 4th-5th if he was there. 

 

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20 hours ago, A-TowN.- said:

I kind of see heavy feet to be honest. I think the best feet in the class belong to Jedrick Wills Jr.

Maybe watching him has just set the bar too high lol. I’m not saying Bredeson is undraftable or anything though. I’d take him in the 4th-5th if he was there. 

 

Bredeson is an early day two guy. 

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15 hours ago, FalconsIn2012 said:

Nice work, bro.

Weaver is in the top-4 of DE’s.  He averaged one sack and one TFL for his career.  

I agree his production is solid, but I worry about his level of competition. 4 sacks against Portland State and 3 sacks against UNLV this year. 

That said, I like his hand usage a lot. Think he’s an above average athlete, but to me, I see a better 3-4 OLB than 4-3 DE.  His motor and burst off the edge is inconsistent, as is his leverage. Think testing will be huge for him since I don’t see a lot of bend from him. When his motor is on, he’s fun to watch though. 

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On 11/7/2019 at 3:13 PM, CMarinoNFL said:

Bredeson is an early day two guy. 

Have to agree to disagree. As of now, I see 10+ lineman going before him easily.

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Nice list @A-TowN.- obviously a lot of work goes into this so props. I have differences here and there, for instance Joe Burrow would be my clear #1 QB (I'm not sold on Tua at all) but by and large agree with a lot of this.

Just one note... Jalen Hurts, as I'm sure you know, is now a sooner.

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2 hours ago, Smiler11 said:

Nice list @A-TowN.- obviously a lot of work goes into this so props. I have differences here and there, for instance Joe Burrow would be my clear #1 QB (I'm not sold on Tua at all) but by and large agree with a lot of this.

Just one note... Jalen Hurts, as I'm sure you know, is now a sooner.

Thanks man. Yeah I think after yesterday’s game, he proved he was better than Tua. No doubt in my mind Burrow wins the Heisman. He’s been incredible.
 

And good catch on Hurts haha. Brain fart on that one. 

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