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Ranking the top 100 prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft

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With mere days remaining until the 2020 NFL Draft, excitement is mounting! Here are my top 100 players in this year’s class.

  1. Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State
  2. Isaiah Simmons, Linebacker, Clemson
  3. Jeff Okudah, Cornerback, Ohio State
  4. Jonathan Taylor, Running Back, Wisconsin
  5. Jerry Jeudy, Wide Receiver, Alabama
  6. CeeDee Lamb, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma
  7. Joe Burrow, Quarterback, LSU
  8. Tristian Wirfs, Offensive Lineman, Iowa
  9. Jedrick Willis, Offensive Lineman, Alabama
  10. Derrick Brown, Defensive Lineman, Auburn
  11. Tua Tagovailoa, Quarterback, Alabama
  12. AJ Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
  13. Javon Kinlaw, Defensive Lineman, South Carolina
  14. Grant Delpit, Safety, LSU
  15. Henry Ruggs III, Wide Receiver, Alabama
  16. Antoine Winfield Jr, Safety, Minnesota
  17. Andrew Thomas, Offensive Lineman, Georgia
  18. JK Dobbins, Running Back, Ohio State
  19. Xavier McKinney, Safety, Alabama
  20. CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida
  21. Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State
  22. Tyler Biadasz, Offensive Lineman, Wisconsin
  23. Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State
  24. Tee Higgins, Wide Receiver, Clemson
  25. Patrick Queen, Linebacker, LSU
  26. Mekhi Becton, Offensive Lineman, Louisville
  27. Trevon Diggs, Cornerback, Alabama
  28. Kyle Dugger, Safety, Lenoir-Rhyne
  29. Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon
  30. D’Andre Swift, Running Back, Georgia
  31. K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
  32. Josh Jones, Offensive Lineman, Houston
  33. Kristian Fulton, Cornerback, LSU
  34. Albert Okwuegbunam, Tight End, Missouri
  35. Kenneth Murray, Linebacker, Oklahoma
  36. Zack Baun, Linebacker, Wisconsin
  37. Laviska Shenault Jr., Wide Receiver, Colorado
  38. Jeff Gladney, Cornerback, TCU
  39. Bryce Hall, Cornerback, UVA
  40. Troy Dye, Linebacker, Oregon
  41. Neville Gallimore, Defensive Lineman, Oklahoma
  42. Matt Hennessy, Offensive Lineman, Temple
  43. Austin Jackson, Offensive Lineman, USC
  44. Isaiah Wilson, Offensive Lineman, Georgia
  45. Jalen Reagor, Wide Receiver, TCU
  46. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Running Back, LSU
  47. Denzel Mims, Wide Receiver, Baylor
  48. Julian Okwara, Edge, Notre Dame
  49. Malik Harrison, Linebacker, Ohio State
  50. Jaylon Johnson, Cornerback, Utah
  51. Ashtyn Davis, Safety, California
  52. Cesar Ruiz, Offensive Lineman, Michigan
  53. Cole Kmet, Tight End, Notre Dame
  54. Cam Akers, Running Back, FSU
  55. KJ Hamler, Wide Receiver, Penn State
  56. Shane Lemiex, Offensive Lineman, Oregon
  57. Ross Blacklock, Defensive Lineman, TCU
  58. Brandon Aiyuk, Wide Receiver, ASU
  59. Justin Jefferson, Wide Receiver, LSU
  60. AJ Terrell, Cornerback, Clemson
  61. Jordan Elliott, Defensive Lineman, Missouri
  62. Bryan Edwards, Wide Receiver, South Carolina
  63. Terrell Burgess, Safety, Utah
  64. Brycen Hopkins, Tight End, Purdue
  65. Jordan Love, Quarterback, Utah State
  66. Solomon Kindley, Offensive Lineman, Georgia
  67. Prince Tega Wanogho, Offensive Lineman, Auburn
  68. Chase Claypool, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame
  69. Hunter Bryant, Tight End, Washington
  70. Ezra Cleveland, Offensive Lineman, Boise State
  71. Tyler Johnson, Wide Receiver, Minnesota
  72. Jacob Eason, Quarterback, Washington
  73. Michael Pittman Jr., Wide Receiver, USC
  74. Jacob Breeland, Tight End, Oregon
  75. Jalen Hurts, Quarterback, Oklahoma
  76. Zack Moss, Running Back, Utah
  77. Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Running Back, Vanderbilt
  78. AJ Dillon, Running Back, Boston College
  79. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Wide Receiver, Michigan
  80. Julian Blackmon, Safety, Utah
  81. Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama
  82. Amik Robinson, Cornerback, Louisiana Tech
  83. Cameron Dantzler, Cornerback, Mississippi State
  84. Marlon Davidson, Defensive Lineman, Auburn
  85. Justin Madubuike, Defensive Lineman, Texas A&M
  86. Antonio Gandy Golden, Wide Receiver, Liberty
  87. Noah Igbinoghene, Cornerback, Auburn
  88. Gabriel Davis, Wide Receiver, UCF
  89. Markus Bailey, Linebacker, Purdue
  90. James Proche, Wide Receiver, SMU
  91. Troy Pride Jr., Cornerback, Notre Dame
  92. Devin Duvernay, Wide Receiver, Texas
  93. Antonio Gibson, Flex, Memphis
  94. JR Reed, Safety, Georgia
  95. Nick Harris, Offensive Lineman, Washington
  96. Trey Adams, Offensive Lineman, Washington
  97. Raekwon Davis, Defensive Lineman, Alabama
  98. Jonathan Greenard, Defensive Lineman, Florida
  99. Akeem Davis-Gaither, Linebacker, Appalachian State
  100. Jake Fromm, Quarterback, Georgia


  • 19 receivers and Antonio Gibson (flex player) in the top 100 is pretty astounding. Worth mentioning my draft focus revolved around Eagles specific needs and thus skews the board a bit in terms of positional focus. However, this top 100 represents players I see worth taking in the first two days in the draft.
  • Rankings reflect evaluations based on tape, production and combine testing. I try not to weigh character and medical considerations in rankings due to distance I have from those things as an evaluator.
  • Justin Jefferson’s ranking looks a lot lower than a lot of people have him projected. Despite being barely in the top 50, Jefferson is still an early day two pick in my eyes. The depth of the class hurts his position. Still a very good player.
  • This draft feels very geared towards the Eagles needs. Not only is it deep with wide receivers, but there are a handful of defensive backs and linebackers who can contribute early in their careers.

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