2020 Top 20
A WAY too early look at next years draft
Many think this is the year to #TankForTua, but this draft class is better at a number of positions than the 2019 crop.
- Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama
Alabama’s most talented receiver since Julio Jones.
- Grant Delpit S LSU
Eric Berry type safety. Plus ball skills and coverage ability. Can also rush the passer.
- Jake Fromm QB Georgia
I really love Fromm’s game. Can read the entire field, plus arm, and great decision maker. He’s my QB1.
- Chase Young DE Ohio St.
9.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss last season. He should build and improve those numbers next season.
- AJ Espensa DE Iowa
Might be the best pass rusher in the class, him and Young will battle it out all year.
- Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
Great accuracy and decision making. I don’t see the Brees comparisons. But I do love his game.
- AJ Dillon RB Boston College
Stud. Unit. Tank. More agile than you think, hard to tackle, love this kid.
- Andrew Thomas OT Georgia
Will be a three-year starter and plug and play left tackle come draft night.
- Kristian Fulton CB LSU
Ankle injury ended his season last year. 9 PBU in 10 games. He will emerge as a force next season for the Bayou Bengals.
- Raekwon Davis DE Alabama
He can be lost in the shuffle sometimes on a stacked Alabama defense, but this kid is a force.
- Tyler Biadasz OG Wisconsin
Wisconsin linemen, who can get enough?
- Tee Higgins WR Clemson
Big time playmaker for Clemson. 16.9 yard per catch and 14 TDs over the last two seasons.
- CJ Henderson CB Florida
This kid has that dog in you that you need to be a top corner at the next level. Can cover man to man and also isn’t afraid to tackle.
- Trey Smith OT Tennessee
Plenty of offensive line talent in the 2020 draft class and Smith could be the best of the bunch.
- Walker Little OT Stanford
Another tank of a talented offensive lineman who should play day one as a left, or right tackle.
- Derrick Brown DT Auburn
Very productive force in the middle of the Auburn defense. 95 tackles and 20 for loss over the last two seasons.
- Travis Etienne RB Clemson
Smaller kid but has a lot of wiggle. 7.8 yard per carry and has accumulated 37 rushing TDs over the last three seasons.
- Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin
4,171 rushing yards and 29 TDs over the course of the last two seasons. Is he a product of his offensive line and scheme or is he the real deal? Time will tell.
- Dylan Moses LB Alabama
Very safe first round pick next year. Disciplined, tough, smart football player. Not much there not to like with this kid.
- Donovan Peoples-Jones WR Michigan
8 touchdowns last year on 612 yard receiving. Would like to see his production go up next season. The sky is the limit in terms of potential with this kid.