2020 Top 20

A WAY too early look at next years draft

by Three Point Stance Magazine Scouting Director Justin Day | @Jdayerrday | Mail@3PSMag.com

Many think this is the year to #TankForTua, but this draft class is better at a number of positions than the 2019 crop.

  1. Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama

Alabama’s most talented receiver since Julio Jones.

  1. Grant Delpit S LSU

Eric Berry type safety. Plus ball skills and coverage ability. Can also rush the passer.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. AJ Espensa DE Iowa

Might be the best pass rusher in the class, him and Young will battle it out all year.

  1. Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama

Great accuracy and decision making. I don’t see the Brees comparisons. But I do love his game.

  1. AJ Dillon RB Boston College

Stud. Unit. Tank. More agile than you think, hard to tackle, love this kid.

  1. Andrew Thomas OT Georgia

Will be a three-year starter and plug and play left tackle come draft night.

  1. 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.

  1. Raekwon Davis DE Alabama

He can be lost in the shuffle sometimes on a stacked Alabama defense, but this kid is a force.

  1. Tyler Biadasz OG Wisconsin

Wisconsin linemen, who can get enough?

  1. Tee Higgins WR Clemson

Big time playmaker for Clemson. 16.9 yard per catch and 14 TDs over the last two seasons.

  1. 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.

  1. Trey Smith OT Tennessee

Plenty of offensive line talent in the 2020 draft class and Smith could be the best of the bunch.

  1. Walker Little OT Stanford

Another tank of a talented offensive lineman who should play day one as a left, or right tackle.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

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