NFL Draft 400: Matt Miller's Latest 2020 Big Board with 1 Month to Go

Matt Miller@nfldraftscoutNFL Draft Lead WriterMarch 30, 2020

NFL Draft 400: Matt Miller's Latest 2020 Big Board with 1 Month to Go

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    Where do Jerry Jeudy and Tua Tagovailoa land in the latest rankings?
    Where do Jerry Jeudy and Tua Tagovailoa land in the latest rankings?Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

    Who are the top players in the 2020 NFL draft class? 

    Our annual Draft 400 series, led by myself with scouting assistants Marshal Miller and Jerod Brown, will rank the top 400 players in the upcoming class. We've evaluated the tape, watched the workouts, talked to the scouts and coaches, for these findings.

    Unlike previous years, in which the NFL Draft 400 featured profiles on each player, those will be delivered as soon as a player's name is called on draft weekend (download the B/R app to get them). Instead, we're unveiling our rankings throughout the weeks leading up to the draft.

    Something different this year is the grading scale. Previous years we used an NFL-like grading scale that evaluated players on a nine-point scale. We've scrapped that for something more user-friendly and that you're more familiar with as football fans—a simple 100-point scale.

    Just like in Madden, a 99 rating is excellent and should be seen as rare. A player rated 99 should have a day one impact in the NFL and eventually become one of the best players at his position. We reserve grades in the high 90s for a select few prospects.

    Let's jump in and look at the rankings and grades for each position in the 2020 draft class.

            

Top 50 Overall Players

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    Chase Young is the 2020 draft's undisputed top prospect.
    Chase Young is the 2020 draft's undisputed top prospect.Rick Scuteri/Associated Press

    1. Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

    2. Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

    3. Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

    4. Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

    5. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

    6. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

    7. Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama

    8. Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn

    9. K'Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

    10. Javon Kinlaw, IDL, South Carolina

    11. Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

    12. Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

    13. CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

    14. CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

    15. D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

    16. Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

    17. Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

    18. Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

    19. Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

    20. Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

    21. Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

    22. Xavier McKinney, DS, Alabama

    23. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

    24. A.J. Epenesa, IDL, Iowa

    25. Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

    26. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

    27. Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan

    28. Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

    29. Antoine Winfield Jr., DS, Minnesota

    30. Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

    31. Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

    32. Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

    33. Josh Jones, OT, Houston

    34. Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

    35. A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

    36. Grant Delpit, DS, LSU

    37. Marlon Davidson, IDL, Auburn

    38. Austin Jackson, OT, USC

    39. Ross Blacklock, IDL, TCU

    40. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

    41. Kyle Dugger, DS, Lenoir Rhyne

    42. J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

    43. Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

    44. KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

    45. Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

    46. Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

    47. Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

    48. Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

    49. Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

    50. John Simpson, IOL, Clemson 

Quarterbacks

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    Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow is fully expected to be the No. 1 pick of the draft.
    Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow is fully expected to be the No. 1 pick of the draft.Associated Press

    Best Accuracy: Joe Burrow, LSU

    Best Arm Strength: Jacob Eason, Washington

    Best Mobility: Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma

    Best Day 1 Starter: Burrow

    Best Pocket Movement: Burrow

    Biggest Riser: Jake Luton, Oregon State

    Biggest Sleeper: Mason Fine, North Texas

    Injury Wild Card: Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama (ankle, hip)

                

    1. Joe Burrow, LSU (98/100)

    2. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama (94)

    3. Justin Herbert, Oregon (89)

    4. Jordan Love, Utah State (88)

    5. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma (83)

    6. Jacob Eason, Washington (79)

    7. Jake Fromm, Georgia (79)

    8. Nate Stanley, Iowa (60)

    9. James Morgan, Florida International (59)

    10. Jake Luton, Oregon State (58)

    11. Anthony Gordon, Washington State (57)

    12. Steven Montez, Colorado (55)

    13. Cole McDonald, Hawaii (55)

    14. Kevin Davidson, Princeton (50)

    15. Mason Fine, North Texas (50)

    16. Brian Lewerke, Michigan State (50)

    17. Shea Patterson, Michigan (45)

    18. Kelly Bryant, Missouri (45)

    19. Kurt Rawlings, Yale (45)

    20. Tyler Huntley, Utah (45)

    21. Tommy Stevens, Mississippi State (45)

    22. Bryce Perkins, Virginia (45)

    23. Riley Neal, Vanderbilt (45)

    24. Khalil Tate, Arizona (45)

    25. Blake Barnett, South Florida (45)

    26. Elijah Sindelar, Purdue (45)

Running Backs

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    A record-setter at Wisconsin, Jonathan Taylor is one of the top RBs in this year's class.
    A record-setter at Wisconsin, Jonathan Taylor is one of the top RBs in this year's class.Andy Manis/Associated Press

    Best Speed: Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

    Best Vision: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU

    Best Power: AJ Dillon, Boston College

    Best Hands: D'Andre Swift, Georgia

    Best Day 1 Starter: Swift

    Biggest Riser: Javon Leake, Maryland

    Biggest Sleeper: Joshua Kelley, UCLA

    Injury Wild Card: Swift (shoulder)

                

    1. D'Andre Swift, Georgia (92/100)

    2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU (89)

    3. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin (88)

    4. J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State (86)

    5. Cam Akers, Florida State (85)

    6. Zack Moss, Utah (81)

    7. Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State (72)

    8. Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt (71)

    9. AJ Dillon, Boston College (70)

    10. Javon Leake, Maryland (67)

    11. Joshua Kelley, UCLA (67)

    12. Eno Benjamin, Arizona State (67)

    13. Anthony McFarland Jr., Maryland (65)

    14. Antonio Gibson, Memphis (64)

    15. Lamical Perine, Florida (64)

    16. Rico Dowdle, South Carolina (63)

    17. DeeJay Dallas, Miami (62)

    18. Patrick Taylor Jr., Memphis (61)

    19. Mike Warren, Cincinnati (60)

    20. JaMycal Hasty, Baylor (60)

    21. Raymond Calais, Louisiana-Lafayette (60)

    22. Scottie Phillips, Ole Miss (59)

    23. James Robinson, Illinois State (56)

    24. Benny LeMay, Charlotte (55)

    25. J.J. Taylor, Arizona (55)

    26. Brian Herrien, Georgia (55)

    27. Darius Anderson, TCU (55)

    28. Salvon Ahmed, Washington (55)

    29. Tony Jones Jr., Notre Dame (55) 

    30. LeVante Bellamy, Western Michigan (55)

    31. Sewo Olonilua, TCU (50)

    32. Reggie Corbin, Illinois (49)

    33. Tavien Feaster, South Carolina (49)

    34. Adrian Killins Jr., Central Florida (49)

    35. Jo-El Shaw, Kent State (45)

    36. Moe Neal, Syracuse (45)

    37. Artavis Pierce, Oregon State (45)

    38. Ty'Son Williams, BYU (45)

    39. Deshawn McClease, Virginia Tech (45)

    40. Kennedy McKoy, West Virginia (45)

Wide Receivers

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    Oklahoma star CeeDee Lamb is battling to be the first WR taken this year.
    Oklahoma star CeeDee Lamb is battling to be the first WR taken this year.Charlie Riedel/Associated Press

    Best Hands: Devin Duvernay, Texas

    Best Routes: Jerry Jeudy, Alabama

    Best Speed: Henry Ruggs III, Alabama

    Best Slot Receiver: CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma

    Best Day 1 Starter: Jeudy

    Biggest Riser: Denzel Mims, Baylor

    Biggest Sleeper: Joe Reed, Virginia

    Injury Wild Card: Bryan Edwards, South Carolina (knee, hamstring)

               

    1. Jerry Jeudy, Alabama (95/100)

    2. Henry Ruggs III, Alabama (93)

    3. CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma (93)

    4. Justin Jefferson, LSU (90)

    5. Tee Higgins, Clemson (89)

    6. Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State (87)

    7. Denzel Mims, Baylor (86)

    8. KJ Hamler, Penn State (86)

    9. Jalen Reagor, TCU (86)

    10. Chase Claypool, Notre Dame (84)

    11. Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado (83)

    12. Michael Pittman Jr., USC (82)

    13. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan (81)

    14. Lynn Bowden, Kentucky (77)

    15. Devin Duvernay, Texas (76)

    16. Gabriel Davis, UCF (75)

    17. Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty (73)

    18. Bryan Edwards, South Carolina (73)

    19. Van Jefferson, Florida (72)

    20. Collin Johnson, Texas (71)

    21. Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State (69)

    22. Isaiah Coulter, Rhode Island (69)

    23. John Hightower, Boise State (68)

    24. Tyler Johnson, Minnesota (68)

    25. James Proche, SMU (68)

    26. Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt (67)

    27. K.J. Hill, Ohio State (65)

    28. Trishton Jackson, Syracuse (64)

    29. Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin (63)

    30. Quartney Davis, Texas A&M (62)

    31. Jauan Jennings, Tennessee (61)

    32. Quez Watkins, Southern Miss (61)

    33. Joe Reed, Virginia (60)

    34. Darnell Mooney, Tulane (59)

    35. Lawrence Cager, Georgia (59)

    36. Freddie Swain, Florida (59)

    37. Austin Mack, Ohio State (59)

    38. Juwan Johnson, Oregon (59)

    39. Dezmon Patmon, Washington State (59)

    40. Omar Bayless, Arkansas State (58)

    41. Jeff Thomas, Miami (58)

    42. Aaron Parker, Rhode Island (58)

    43. Tyrie Cleveland, Florida (58)

    44. Tony Brown, Colorado (55)

    45. Stephen Guidry, Miss. State (55)

    46. Binjimen Victor, Ohio State (55)

    47. Kendrick Rogers, Texas A&M (55)

    48. Aaron Fuller, Washington (55)

    49. K.J. Osborn, Miami (50)

    50. Malcolm Perry, Navy (50)

    51. Chris Finke, Notre Dame (50)

    52. Cody White, Michigan State (50)

    53. Darrell Stewart Jr., Michigan State (50)

    54. Keith Gavin, Florida State (50)

    55. Ja'Marcus Bradley, Louisiana (50)

    56. Mason Kinsey, Berry (49)

    57. Diondre Overton, Clemson (49)

    58. Isaiah Wright, Temple (49)

    59. Josh Hammond, Florida (49)

    60. Derrick Dillon, LSU (49)

    61. Johnathon Johnson, Missouri (49)

    62. Jordan McCray, Oklahoma State (49)

    63. Nick Westbrook, Indiana (49)

    64. Marquez Callaway, Tennessee (45)

    65. Easop Winston, Washington State (45)

    66. Ahmad Wagner, Kentucky (45)

Tight Ends

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    Cole Kmet is the draft's top TE by a wide margin.
    Cole Kmet is the draft's top TE by a wide margin.Nam Y. Huh/Associated Press

    Best Blocker: Adam Trautman, Dayton

    Best Route-Runner: Hunter Bryant, Washington

    Best Hands: Thaddeus Moss, LSU

    Most Versatile: Bryant

    Best Day 1 Starter: Cole Kmet, Notre Dame

    Biggest Riser: Devin Asiasi, UCLA

    Biggest Sleeper: Charlie Taumoepeau, Portland State

    Injury Wild Card: Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri (multiple)

                 

    1. Cole Kmet, Notre Dame (86/100)

    2. Adam Trautman, Dayton (77)

    3. Brycen Hopkins, Purdue (73)

    4. Hunter Bryant, Washington (72)

    5. Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic (71)

    6. Devin Asiasi, UCLA (71)

    7. Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri (71)

    8. Thaddeus Moss, LSU (69)

    9. Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt (69)

    10. Josiah Deguara, Cincinnati (66)

    11. Colby Parkinson, Stanford (66)

    12. Dalton Keene, Virginia Tech (62)

    13. Stephen Sullivan, LSU (59)

    14. Sean McKeon, Michigan (58)

    15. Charlie Taumoepeau, Portland State (55)

    16. Jacob Breeland, Oregon (55)

    17. Cheyenne O'Grady, Arkansas (55)

    18. Mitchell Wilcox, South Florida (50)

    19. Charlie Woerner, Georgia (50)

    20. Dominick Wood-Anderson, Tennessee (50)

    21. Giovanni Ricci, Western Michigan (50)

    22. Eli Wolf, Georgia (49)

    23. Ben Ellefson, North Dakota State (49)

    24. Parker Houston, San Diego State (49)

    25. Joey Magnifico, Memphis (45)

    26. Kyle Markway, South Carolina (45)

    27. Noah Togiai, Oregon State (45)

Offensive Tackles

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    Tristan Wirfs of Iowa is battling with Jedrick Wills Jr., Mekhi Becton and Andrew Thomas to be the first OT taken in 2020.
    Tristan Wirfs of Iowa is battling with Jedrick Wills Jr., Mekhi Becton and Andrew Thomas to be the first OT taken in 2020.Paul Sancya/Associated Press

    Best Run-Blocker: Andrew Thomas, Georgia

    Best Pass-Blocker: Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama

    Best Zone Blocker: Tristan Wirfs, Iowa

    Best Day 1 Starter: Wills

    Biggest Riser: Ben Bartch, Saint John's

    Biggest Sleeper: Saahdiq Charles, LSU

    Injury Wildcard: Trey Adams, Washington (back)

                  

    1. Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama (94/100)

    2. Tristan Wirfs, Iowa (93)

    3. Mekhi Becton, Louisville (91)

    4. Andrew Thomas, Georgia (91)

    5. Josh Jones, Houston (88)

    6. Austin Jackson, USC (87)

    7. Isaiah Wilson, Georgia (81)

    8. Lucas Niang, TCU (76)

    9. Ezra Cleveland, Boise State (72)

    10. Ben Bartch, Saint John's (72)

    11. Saahdiq Charles, LSU (71)

    12. Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn (70)

    13. Matt Peart, UConn (68)

    14. Alex Taylor, South Carolina State (65)

    15. Colton McKivitz, West Virginia (64)

    16. Charlie Heck, North Carolina (62)

    17. Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas (62)

    18. Tremayne Anchrum, Clemson (61)

    19. Jon Runyan, Michigan (61)

    20. Jack Driscoll, Auburn (60)

    21. Trey Adams, Washington (59)

    22. Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon (59)

    23. Terence Steele, Texas Tech (59)

    24. Justin Herron, Wake Forest (58)

    25. Evin Ksiezarczyk, Buffalo (50)

    26. Jake Benzinger, Wake Forest (50)

    27. Matt Womack, Alabama (50)

    28. Julian Good-Jones, Iowa State (49)

    29. Drew Richmond, USC (49)

    30. Carter O'Donnell, Alberta (49)

    31. Jared Hilbers, Washington (49)

    32. Branden Bowen, Ohio State (49)

    33. Darrin Paulo, Utah (49)

    34. Scott Frantz, Kansas State (45)

    35. Cole Chewins, Michigan State (45)

Interior Offensive Linemen

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    Clemson's John Simpson is one of the top interior linemen of 2020.
    Clemson's John Simpson is one of the top interior linemen of 2020.Sean Rayford/Associated Press

    Best Run-Blocker: John Simpson, Clemson

    Best Pass-Blocker: Cesar Ruiz, Michigan

    Best Zone Blocker: Ruiz

    Best Day 1 Starter: Ruiz

    Biggest Riser: Robert Hunt, Louisiana

    Biggest Sleeper: Nick Harris, Washington

    Injury Wildcard: Hunt (sports hernia)

                 

    1. Cesar Ruiz, Michigan (89/100)

    2. John Simpson, Clemson (85)

    3. Lloyd Cushenberry III, LSU (79)

    4. Robert Hunt, Louisiana (77)

    5. Damien Lewis, LSU (76)

    6. Tyre Phillips, Mississippi State (75)

    7. Matt Hennessy, Temple (70)

    8. Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin (69)

    9. Nick Harris, Washington (69)

    10. Ben Bredeson, Michigan (69)

    11. Netane Muti, Fresno State (69)

    12. Keith Ismael, San Diego State (63)

    13. Shane Lemieux, Oregon (63)

    14. Logan Stenberg, Kentucky (62)

    15. Darryl Williams, Mississippi State (62)

    16. Jonah Jackson, Ohio State (62)

    17. Cameron Clark, Charlotte (61)

    18. Michael Onwenu, Michigan (59)

    19. Cohl Cabral, Arizona State (59)

    20. Kyle Murphy, Rhode Island (59)

    21. Simon Stepaniak, Indiana (59)

    22. Danny Pinter, Ball State (59)

    23. Jake Hanson, Oregon (58)

    24. Trystan Colon-Castillo, Missouri (57)

    25. John Molchon, Boise State (55)

    26. Zach Shackelford, Texas (55)

    27. Solomon Kindley, Georgia (55)

    28. Yasir Durant, Missouri (50)

    29. Cordel Iwuagwu, TCU (50)

    30. Sean Pollard, Clemson (50)

    31. John Phillips, Boston College (50)

    32. Steven Gonzalez, Penn State (50)

    33. Gage Cervenka, Clemson (49)

    34. Luke Juriga, Western Michigan (49)

    35. Frederick Mauigoa, Washington State (49)

    36. Tyler Higby, Michigan State (49)

    37. Jake Fruhmorgen, Baylor (49)

    38. Tre'Vour Wallace-Simms, Missouri (49)

    39. Kevin Dotson, Louisiana (49)

    40. Daishawn Dixon, San Diego State (49)

    41. Donell Stanley, South Carolina (45)

Interior Defensive Linemen

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    Derrick Brown anchored the Auburn defensive line and looks to do the same in the NFL.
    Derrick Brown anchored the Auburn defensive line and looks to do the same in the NFL.Chris O'Meara/Associated Press

    Best Nose Tackle: Leki Fotu, Utah

    Best 3-4 End: Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina

    Best 4-3 Tackle: Derrick Brown, Auburn

    Best Pass-Rusher: A.J. Epenesa, Iowa

    Best Day 1 Starter: Brown

    Biggest Riser: Benito Jones, Ole Miss

    Biggest Sleeper: Rashard Lawrence, LSU

    Injury Wild Card: Blacklock (Achilles, pectoral)

                    

    1. Derrick Brown, Auburn (94/100)

    2. Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina (93)

    3. A.J. Epenesa, Iowa (89)

    4. Marlon Davidson, Auburn (87)

    5. Ross Blacklock, TCU (87)

    6. Raekwon Davis, Alabama (84)

    7. Jordan Elliott, Missouri (83)

    8. Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M (82)

    9. Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma (80)

    10. James Lynch, Baylor (72)

    11. Leki Fotu, Utah (71)

    12. Rashard Lawrence, LSU (68)

    13. Benito Jones, Ole Miss (64)

    14. DaVon Hamilton, Ohio State (62)

    15. Khalil Davis, Nebraska (62)

    16. Larrell Murchison, NC State (62)

    17. McTelvin Agim, Arkansas (61)

    18. Nick Coe, Auburn (60)

    19. Raequan Williams, Michigan State (59)

    20. John Penisini, Utah (56)

    21. Malcolm Roach, Texas (55)

    22. Robert Windsor, Penn State (55)

    23. Carlos Davis, Nebraska (50)

    24. Darrion Daniels, Nebraska (50)

    25. Josiah Coatney, Ole Miss (50)

    26. Bravvion Roy, Baylor (50)

    27. Auzoyah Alufohai, West Georgia (50)

    28. Tershawn Wharton, Missouri State (50)

    29. Garrett Marino, UAB (50)

    30. Bryce Sterk, Montana State (49)

    31. Robert Landers, Ohio State (45)

    32. Ray Lima, Iowa State (45)

    33. Nyles Pinckney, Clemson (45)

    34. Tyler Clark, Georgia (45)

    35. Eli Hanback, Virginia (45)

    36. Brendon Hayes, UCF (45)

    37. Luc Bequette, California (45)

    38. Mike Panasiuk, Michigan State (45)

    39. David Moa, Boise State (45)

Edge-Rushers

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    K'Lavon Chaisson, the No. 2 edge-rusher in the class, has huge upside.
    K'Lavon Chaisson, the No. 2 edge-rusher in the class, has huge upside.Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

    Best 4-3 End: Chase Young, Ohio State

    Best 3-4 Linebacker: K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU

    Best Speed: Young

    Best Power: Bradlee Anae, Utah

    Best Day 1 Starter: Young

    Biggest Riser: Terrell Lewis, Alabama

    Biggest Sleeper: Trevis Gipson, Tulsa

    Injury Wild Card: Darrell Taylor, Tennessee (foot)

                  

    1. Chase Young, Ohio State (99/100)

    2. K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU (93)

    3. Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State (89)

    4. Josh Uche, Michigan (83)

    5. Terrell Lewis, Alabama (82)

    6. Julian Okwara, Notre Dame (80)

    7. Bradlee Anae, Utah (79)

    8. Alton Robinson, Syracuse (78)

    9. Jabari Zuniga, Florida (78)

    10. Jason Strowbridge, North Carolina (74)

    11. Jonathan Greenard, Florida (74)

    12. Curtis Weaver, Boise State (72)

    13. Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame (70)

    14. Trevis Gipson, Tulsa (70)

    15. Alex Highsmith, Charlotte (70)

    16. Darrell Taylor, Tennessee (69)

    17. Kenny Willekes, Michigan State (68)

    18. Jonathan Garvin, Miami (67)

    19. D.J. Wonnum, South Carolina (62)

    20. Broderick Washington, Texas Tech (61)

    21. Chauncey Rivers, Miss. State (60)

    22. Trevon Hill, Miami (59)

    23. Tipa Galeai, Utah State (59)

    24. Derrek Tuszka, North Dakota State (58)

    25. Carter Coughlin, Minnesota (55)

    26. James Smith-Williams, NC State (55)

    27. Qaadir Sheppard, Ole Miss (55)

    28. Kendall Coleman, Syracuse (55)

    29. Michael Divinity Jr., LSU (50)

    30. Ladarius Hamilton, North Texas (50)

    31. Michael Danna, Michigan (50)

    32. Joe Gaziano, Northwestern (50)

    33. Austin Edwards, Ferris State (50)

    34. Christian Rector, USC (49)

    35. Bryce Huff, Memphis (49)

Linebackers

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    Isaiah Simmons is arguably the 2020 draft's most versatile player.
    Isaiah Simmons is arguably the 2020 draft's most versatile player.Associated Press

    Best in Coverage: Isaiah Simmons, Clemson

    Best Middle Linebacker: Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma

    Best Outside Linebacker: Simmons

    Best Day 1 Starter: Simmons

    Biggest Riser: Logan Wilson, Wyoming

    Biggest Sleeper: Willie Gay Jr., Mississippi State

    Injury Wild Card: Markus Bailey, Purdue

                    

    1. Isaiah Simmons, Clemson (95/100)

    2. Patrick Queen, LSU (91)

    3. Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma (90)

    4. Zack Baun, Wisconsin (88)

    5. Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech (84)

    6. Malik Harrison, Ohio State (81)

    7. Logan Wilson, Wyoming (81)

    8. Jacob Phillips, LSU (80)

    9. Anfernee Jennings, Alabama (75)

    10. Troy Dye, Oregon (70)

    11. Davion Taylor, Colorado (70)

    12. Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian State (67)

    13. Justin Strnad, Wake Forest (65)

    14. Markus Bailey, Purdue (64)

    15. Cameron Brown, Penn State (62)

    16. Willie Gay Jr., Mississippi State (61)

    17. Evan Weaver, California (61)

    18. Shaquille Quarterman, Miami (59)

    19. Cale Garrett, Missouri (59)

    20. Clay Johnston, Baylor (59)

    21. Michael Pinckney, Miami (58)

    22, Casey Toohill, Stanford (58)

    23. David Woodward, Utah State (58)

    24, Jordan Mack, Virginia (58)

    25. Mykal Walker, Fresno State (56)

    26. Joe Bachie, Michigan State (55)

    27. Shaun Bradley, Temple (55)

    28. Khaleke Hudson, Michigan (55)

    29. Francis Bernard, Utah (55)

    30. Daniel Bituli, Tennessee (55)

    31. Kamal Martin, Minnesota (55)

    32. Scoota Harris, Arkansas (50)

    33. Azur Kamara, Kansas (50)

    34. Chapelle Russell, Temple (50)

    35. Dante Olson, Montana (50)

    36. Rashad Smith, Florida Atlantic (50)

    37. Cameron Gill, Wagner (50)

    38. John Houston Jr., USC (49)

    39. Kyahva Tezino, San Diego State (49)

    40. Dele Harding, Illinois (49)

    41. Mohamed Barry, Nebraska (45)

    42. Caleb Kelly, Oklahoma (45)

    43. Asmar Bilal, Notre Dame (45)

    44. Tae Crowder, Georgia (45)

    45. David Reese II, Florida (45)

    46. T.J. Brunson, South Carolina (45)

    47. Marcel Spears Jr., Iowa State (45)

    48. Chris Orr, Wisconsin (45)

    49. Antonio Jones-Davis, NIU (45)

    50. Kash Daniel, Kentucky (45) 

Cornerbacks

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    A potential franchise-caliber CB, Jeff Okudah could hear his name in the top five of the 2020 draft.
    A potential franchise-caliber CB, Jeff Okudah could hear his name in the top five of the 2020 draft.Associated Press

    Best in Coverage: Jeff Okudah, Ohio State

    Best Speed: Javelin Guidry, Utah

    Best Slot Corner: Damon Arnette, Ohio State

    Best Day 1 Starter: Okudah

    Biggest Riser: Terrell Burgess, Utah

    Biggest Sleeper: Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech

    Injury Wild Card: Kristian Fulton, LSU (ankle)

                    

    1. Jeff Okudah, Ohio State (96/100)

    2. CJ Henderson, Florida (93)

    3. Jeff Gladney, TCU (89)

    4. Jaylon Johnson, Utah (88)

    5. A.J. Terrell, Clemson (88)

    6. Trevon Diggs, Alabama (86)

    7. Kristian Fulton, LSU (86)

    8. Noah Igbinoghene, Auburn (85)

    9. Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State (82)

    10. Stanford Samuels III, Florida State (79)

    11. Bryce Hall, Virginia (78)

    12. Terrell Burgess, Utah (77)

    13. Damon Arnette, Ohio State (75)

    14. A.J. Green, Oklahoma State (73)

    15. Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech (70)

    16. Lamar Jackson, Nebraska (68)

    17. Josiah Scott, Michigan State (64)

    18. Troy Pride Jr,. Notre Dame (64)

    19. Kindle Vildor, Georgia Southern (64)

    20. John Reid, Penn State (64)

    21. Lavert Hill, Michigan (64)

    22. Darnay Holmes, UCLA (64)

    23. Dane Jackson, Pittsburgh (64)

    24. Javaris Davis, Auburn (63)

    25. Harrison Hand, Temple (60)

    26. Michael Ojemudia, Iowa (60)

    27. Javelin Guidry, Utah (58)

    28. Grayland Arnold, Baylor (55)

    29. Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, Florida International (55)

    30. Trajan Bandy, Miami (55)

    31. Essang Bassey, Wake Forest (55)

    32. Myles Bryant, Washington (55)

    33. James Pierre, Florida Atlantic (55)

    34. Neville Clarke, Central Florida (50)

    35. Luq Barcoo, San Diego State (50)

    36. BoPete Keyes, Tulane (50)

    37. Parnell Motley, Oklahoma (50)

    38. Isaiah Swann, Dartmouth (50)

    39. Elijah Riley, Army (50)

    40. Chris Williamson, Minnesota (49)

    41. Keith Washington II, West Virginia (49)

    42. DeMarkus Acy, Missouri (49)

    43. Jace Whittaker, Arizona (49)

    44. Tino Ellis, Maryland (45)

    45. Jaron Bryant, Fresno State (45)

    46. Nick McCloud, NC State (45)

    47. Christopher Fredrick, Syracuse (45) 

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    Son of a former Pro Bowler, Antoine Winfield Jr. looks to make his own mark in the NFL.
    Son of a former Pro Bowler, Antoine Winfield Jr. looks to make his own mark in the NFL.Michael Conroy/Associated Press

    Best in Coverage: Xavier McKinney, Alabama

    Best Speed: Ashtyn Davis, California

    Best Tackler: Brandon Jones, Texas

    Most Versatile: Grant Delpit, LSU

    Best Day 1 Starter: McKinney

    Biggest Riser: Kenny Robinson, XFL

    Biggest Sleeper: Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois

    Injury Wild Card: Antoine Winfield Jr. (foot, hamstring)

                       

    1. Xavier McKinney, Alabama (89/100)

    2. Antoine Winfield Jr., Minnesota (88)

    3. Grant Delpit, LSU (87)

    4. Kyle Dugger, Lenoir Rhyne (87)

    5. Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois (87)

    6. Ashtyn Davis, California (79)

    7. Kenny Robinson, XFL (75)

    8. Brandon Jones, Texas (72)

    9. Julian Blackmon, Utah (69)

    10. Antoine Brooks Jr., Maryland (69)

    11. Daniel Thomas, Auburn (67)

    12. Tanner Muse, Clemson (65)

    13. Geno Stone, Iowa (64)

    14. Reggie Robinson II, Tulsa (64)

    15. L'Jarius Sneed, Louisiana Tech (62)

    16. Josh Metellus, Michigan (62)

    17. J.R. Reed, Georgia (61)

    18. K'Von Wallace, Clemson (60)

    19. Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame (58)

    20. Jordan Fuller, Ohio State (58)

    21. Brian Cole II, Mississippi State (55)

    22. Jalen Elliott, Notre Dame (55)

    23. Shyheim Carter, Alabama (55)

    24. Kamren Curl, Arkansas (55)

    25. Jaylinn Hawkins, California (55)

    26. Rodney Clemons, SMU (50)

    27. Jared Mayden, Alabama (50)

    28. Myles Dorn, North Carolina (50)

    29. Chris Miller, Baylor (50)

    30. Marc-Antoine Dequoy, Montreal (49)

    31. Jordan Glasgow, Michigan (49)

    32. Patrick Nelson, SMU (49)

    33. Luther Kirk, Illinois State (49)

    34. David Dowell, Michigan State (49)

    35. Jeremiah Dinson, Auburn (45)

    36. Austin Lee, BYU (45)

    37. Evan Foster, Syracuse (45)

    38. Jarius Morehead, NC State (45)

    39. Jaquarius Landrews, Mississippi State (45)

    40. JuJu Hughes, Fresno State (45)

    41. Debione Renfro, Texas A&M (45)

    42. Reggie Floyd, Virginia Tech (45)

    43. Levonta Taylor, Florida State (45)

    44. Kekoa Nawahine, Boise State (45)