2020 TGIS NFL Draft Big Board

1. Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

One of the most talented passers to come out in the past few drafts. Burrow has the accuracy, decision making, arm strength and toughness to be a top 10 NFL QB. Burrow is a prospect where you have to take out the microscope to look for the negatives. During 2019 season, Auburn was the only team to slow him down. The 2020 NFL Draft is about Tua vs. Burrow which is closer than people think.

2. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Tua throws with great anticipation and accuracy. His quick release and movement around the pocket makes him elite. Burrow and Tua are the best QB prospects to come out since Andrew Luck.

3. Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

Young is an elite pass rusher off the edge. While I don’t rank him as high as past edge rushers like Nick Bosa and Von Miller, he is just a notch below. Young will be a productive edge rusher in the league for awhile.

4. Isaiah Simmons, OLB, Clemson

Simmons is an athlete that can play just about anywhere on defense. While he isn’t always consistent every play, Simmons is an impact player with one of the highest ceilings out of anyone in the draft.

5. Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Okudah is an incredibly smooth cornerback. He also great man to man coverage guy and a day one starter.

6. Jedrick Willis Jr., OT, Alabama

Willis blocked for Tua’s blind side and only gave up one sack in his career at Alabama. Willis is a force in the run game as well.

7. Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

While he doesn’t have the athleticism of Wirfs or the size of Becton, Thomas is just an overall great offensive tackle. The long-armed offensive lineman will play along time in the NFL.

8. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

While at times Herbert is inconsistent, he has all the tools you look for in a starting QB including an absolute cannon of an arm. Herbert has shown the ability to be an accurate passer including one of the best QB performances I’ve seen with his 2018 game against Stanford. Herbert needs to sure up the consistency in the NFL to become a starter.

9. Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

A freak athlete on the offensive line that can play guard or tackle. He’s a plug and play kind’ve guy who should start next year.

10. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

Route running and quickness is where Jeudy wins. He has a unique ability to avoid defenders in the open field as well. Jeudy is an impact player right away.

11. Ceedee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Lamb has great hands and is tough to bring down after the catch. The Oklahoma WR plays with a mean streak and will come down with a lot of contested catches. Lamb won’t blow you away with speed,  but like Jeudy, he is a contributor right away.

12. Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

The decision between Kinlaw and Brown is tough, but I’m taking the upside. He doesn’t play with consistent effort. However, when he does decide to play it is a sight to see. The long, powerful DT is just at the beginning of his potential.

13. Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

An absolute mammoth on the offensive Line at 6’7″ 364 lbs. Becton is not as polished as the other tackles, but he will absolutely blow defensive players away with his power. He’s the OT with the highest ceiling.

14. Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

Ruggs plays with the Tyreek Hill type of speed. He is way more than just a speedster, though. Ruggs has phenomenal hands and gets constant separation. The team that drafts him gets an instant weapon.

15. Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

An all-around great player that plays with a high motor. Brown seems to already reach his potential as good in the run game with some pass rush skills. He will be a starter in the league, but his ceiling is the question.

16. Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

One of the best man coverage guys in the draft. Fulton doesn’t have elite quickness, but is physical and tough to separate from.

17. C.J Henderson, CB, Florida

So smooth. Henderson is one of the top athletes at corner in the draft and great in coverage. What keeps him this low is his lack of physicality in the run game.

18. K’Lavon Chaisson, DE, LSU

Chaisson flashes all the tools to be an elite edge rusher. While he only played two full seasons at LSU, he really put together some great games during their playoff run. Chaisson is a solid player with great upside.

19. Patrick Queen, OLB, LSU

Queen flies around the football field and was even physical enough to knock a few offensive lineman down. Queen also excels in pass coverage. Queen exhibits all the traits of a great first round linebacker.

20. Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

A swiss army knife the can play all over. McKinney does well in man-to-man coverage, run defense, and as a zone safety. He is a great player with scheme versatility on defense.

21. Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State

Total playmaker on the defensive line. At Penn State he lined up inside and outside, but most likely projects as a DE in the NFL. Gross-Matos knows how to get to the quarterback too finishing with 9.5 sacks in 2019 with the Nittany Lions. At 6’5 266 pounds he is an instant impact guy with defensive line versatility at the next level.

22. Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

I love Eason as my QB4. He will throw some balls that will make you cringe on how off target they are. However, he makes some throws that will leave your mouth wide open. I think of Jacob Eason as a Josh Allen type… but better.

23. Josh Jones, OT, Houston

Very good tackle that showed out at the Senior Bowl. Jones is a good athlete, but not overpowering in the run game. He may not start right away, but projects as a starting Left Tackle down the line.

24. Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

One of my favorite receivers in the draft, Higgins is just a baller. He doesn’t run the fastest 40 yard dash (4.54), but is quick with his routes, has strong hands, and wins jump balls. Higgins is a bigger wide receiver at 6’4″ 216 lbs who is absolutely worth a first round pick. He has some similarities to former Clemson wide receiver Deandre Hopkins.

25. Kenneth Murray, ILB, Oklahoma

Murray has elite closing speed and is a solid tackler. Murray can overrun some angles and get lost in plays, but he’s a fast linebacker that can compete to start right away.

Just Missed (#26-#50)

26. D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

27. Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

28. Grant Delpit, S, LSU

29. Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

30. Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota

31. Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

32. Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

33. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

34. Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

35. Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

36. Cesar Ruiz, C, Michigan

37. Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

38. Terrell Lewis, DE, Alabama

39. Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama

40. Marlon Davidson, DT, Auburn

41. Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

42. A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

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

44. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

45. Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

46. Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

47. Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

48. A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

49. Zack Baun, OLB, Wisconsin

50. Jonathan Greenard, DE, Florida

Best of the Rest (#51-#150)

Rank Name Pos. School Ht. LBS. Year
51 Joshua Uche OLB Michigan 6013 245 SR
52 Bryan Edwards WR South Carolina 6026 212 SR
53 Lloyd Cushenberry OG LSU 6032 312 JR
54 Neville Gallimore DT Oklahoma 6020 304 SR
55 Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin 5102 226 JR
56 Lucas Niang OT TCU 6060 315 SR
57 Adam Trautman TE Dayton 6050 255 SR
58 Ezra Cleveland OT Boise State 6060 311 JR
59 Robert Hunt OG Louisiana Lafayette 6051 323 SR
60 Cam Akers RB Florida State 5103 217 JR
61 Damon Arnette CB Ohio State 5115 195 SR
62 Hunter Bryant TE Washington 6024 248 JR
63 Bryce Hall CB Virginia 6012 202 SR
64 Austin Jackson OT USC 6047 322 JR
65 Malik Harrison ILB Ohio State 6025 247 SR
66 Chase Claypool TE Notre Dame 6043 238 SR
67 Jordyn Brooks ILB Texas Tech 6000 240 SR
68 Matt Hennessy C Temple 6037 307 SR
69 Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M 6025 293 JR
70 Saahdiq Charles OT LSU 6041 321 JR
71 Logan Wilson ILB Wyoming 6021 241 SR
72 Jordan Elliott DT Missouri 6037 302 JR
73 Kyle Dugger S Lenoir Rhyne 6007 217 SR
74 K.J. Hamler WR Penn St. 5085 178 JR
75 Akeem Davis-Gaither OLB Appalachian State 6014 224 SR
76 Tyler Johnson WR Minnesota 6013 206 SR
77 Isaiah Wilson OT Georgia 6064 350 JR
78 Ashtyn Davis S California 6007 202 SR
79 Jake Fromm QB Georgia 6017 219 JR
80 Damien Lewis OG LSU 6020 327 SR
81 Van Jefferson WR Florida 6014 200 SR
82 Devin Asiasi TE UCLA 6030 257 JR
83 Willie Gay Jr. ILB Mississippi St. 6011 243 JR
84 John Simpson OG Clemson 6044 321 SR
85 Devin Duvernay WR Texas 5104 202 SR
86 Alton Robinson DE Syracuse 6026 264 SR
87 Justin Strnad OLB Wake Forest 6033 238 SR
88 Collin Johnson WR Texas 6056 222 SR
89 Julian Okwara DE Notre Dame 6044 252 SR
90 Antonio Gandy-Golden WR Liberty 6035 223 SR
91 Troy Pride Jr. CB Notre Dame 5113 193 SR
92 Bradlee Anae DE Utah 6033 257 SR
93 Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame 6056 262 JR
94 Zack Moss RB Utah 5093 223 SR
95 KJ Hill WR Ohio State 5117 196 SR
96 Michael Ojemudia CB Iowa 6005 200 SR
97 Prince Tega Wanogho OT Auburn 6051 308 SR
98 Brandon Jones S Texas 5111 198 SR
99 Ben Bartch OT St. John 6056 308 SR
100 Kenny Robinson S XFL 6’2″ 200 JR
101 Noah Igbinoghene CB Auburn 5103 198 JR
102 Jabari Zuniga DE Florida 6033 264 SR
103 Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma 6010 222 SR
104 Darrell Taylor DE Tennessee 6035 267 SR
105 Cam Dantzler CB Mississippi St. 6022 188 JR
106 Donovan Peoples-Jones WR Michigan 6015 212 JR
107 Terrell Burgess S Utah 5113 202 SR
108 Ben Bredeson OG Michigan 6046 316 SR
109 Geno Stone S Iowa 5103 207 JR
110 Davon Hamilton DT Ohio State 6036 320 SR
111 Jonah Jackson OG Ohio State 6034 310 SR
112 Amik Robertson CB Louisiana Tech 5083 187 JR
113 Matt Peart OT Connecticut 6065 318 SR
114 Lynn Bowden Jr. WR Kentucky 5105 204 JR
115 Eno Bejamin RB Arizona State 5090 207 JR
116 Curtis Weaver DE Boise State 6023 266 JR
117 Ke’Shawn Vaughn RB Vanderbilt 5094 214 SR
118 Darnay Holmes CB UCLA 5101 192 JR
119 Shaquille Quarterman ILB Miami 6004 234 SR
120 Davion Taylor OLB Colorado 6004 228 SR
121 Darrynton Evans RB Appalachian State 5102 203 JR
122 Gabriel Davis WR Central Florida 6020 216 JR
123 Netane Muti OG Fresno State 6027 315 JR
124 Leki Fotu DT Utah 6053 330 SR
125 Antonio Gibson RB Memphis 6004 228 SR
126 Troy Dye OLB Oregon 6032 231 SR
127 Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue 6037 245 SR
128 Anfernee Jennings OLB Alabama 6021 256 SR
129 K’Von Wallace S Clemson 5111 206 SR
130 Isaiah Hodgins WR Oregon St. 6035 210 JR
131 Anthony McFarland RB Maryland 5081 208 JR
132 Jason Strowbridge DE North Carolina 6042 275 SR
133 Reggie Robinson CB Tulsa 6010 202 SR
134 James Lynch DE Baylor 6035 289 JR
135 Harrison Bryant TE Florida Atlantic 6046 243 SR
136 Jacob Phillips OLB LSU 6030 229 JR
137 Khalid Kareem DE Notre Dame 6036 268 SR
138 Julian Blackmon S Utah 5116 187 SR
139 Alex Highsmith DE Charlotte 6031 248 SR
140 Quartney Davis WR Texas A&M 6012 201 JR
141 A.J. Dillon RB Boston College 6003 247 JR
142 Albert Okwuegbunam TE Missouri 6054 258 JR
143 Rashard Lawrence DT LSU 6020 308 SR
144 McTelvin Agim DT Arkansas 6025 309 SR
145 Logan Stenberg OG Kentucky 6061 317 SR
146 Jonathan Garvin DE Miami 6041 263 JR
147 Kendrick Rogers Jr. WR Texas A&M 6042 208 JR
148 D.J. Wonnum DE South Carolina 6047 258 SR
149 A.J. Green CB Oklahoma State 6014 202 SR
150 Trevis Gipson DE Tulsa 6034 261 SR

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