2020 NFL Draft Tracker

The 2020 Draft has concluded.

Check below for the complete rundown and analysis of all of the picks and trades.

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Joe Burrow QB, LSU

Height: 6-4, Weight: 221

He will be a star. This kid has all the tools to be a big-time NFL quarterback. The Bengals will be winners soon. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 96

Strengths:

  • Football IQ is second to none
  • Keeps eyes downfield in face of rush, goes through progressions
  • Incredibly accurate to every level; consistently fits ball in small windows

Weaknesses:

  • Only has average arm strength
  • Average size for NFL QB
  • Just one year of production

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Chase Young EDGE, OHIOST

Height: 6-5, Weight: 264

The power, the speed, reminds me of Julius Peppers. He's an exceptional athlete. It's a passer and pass rushers league. Last year they got their passer and this year they got the pass rusher. (Pete Prisco)

A

No analysis available.

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4

1.5

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Jeff Okudah CB, OHIOST

Height: 6-1, Weight: 205

I think they should have taken Derrick Brown. When in doubt, take the big guy. I don't think you can pass on big people that play like Derrick Brown. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 95

Strengths:

  • Exudes confidence
  • Best coverage CB in this class and it's not even close
  • At 6-1, 205, ideal size/speed for NFL CB

Weaknesses:

  • Sometimes struggles to get off WR blocks in run game
  • Could be better in run support
  • Can be too grabby on downfield routes

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Andrew Thomas OL, UGA

Height: 6-5, Weight: 315

He's the best tackle in this draft class. I think he's the cleanest tackle. This kid's going to be a longtime starter on the left side. This year he'll start on the right. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 92

Strengths:

  • Four-year starter who has improved each season
  • Can play both LT or RT
  • Flexibility and athleticism makes him a natural fit for LT in the NFL

Weaknesses:

  • Footwork is sometimes sloppy
  • Can struggle against speed rushers

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Tua Tagovailoa QB, BAMA

Height: 6-0, Weight: 217

I understand why they picked him. The tape is good at times. There's also a lot of bad on that tape. He's not a big guy, he's a little brittle. To dismiss the medicals is ridiculous. (Pete Prisco)

B

The Dolphins drafted rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with the No. 5 overall pick in the NFL Draft, and he's expected to take over as Miami's starter at some point this year. The Dolphins could elect to be cautious with Tagovailoa coming back from the hip injury he suffered last year at Alabama, and Ryan Fitzpatrick could open the season as the starter in Miami. But if he's healthy, Tagovailoa should be the starter for the Dolphins, giving him value in 2QB and Superflex leagues. We don't expect Tagovailoa to be drafted in most one-quarterback formats, but in leagues where you can play multiple quarterbacks, he's worth a mid- to late-round pick, depending on what he does in training camp and the preseason. And in rookie-only drafts for Dynasty leagues, Tagovailoa is worth a late-first or early-second pick, depending on how many quarterbacks you start. He could eventually develop into a starting Fantasy quarterback, most likely as early as 2021.

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Justin Herbert QB, OREG

Height: 6-6, Weight: 236

This kid has all the tools. Give him a little time and he can develop into a big-time quarterback. There's a lot to work with there. Yeah, he's got some mechanical issues but he can get those fixed. (Pete Prisco)

B

The Chargers selected quarterback Justin Herbert in the first round of the NFL Draft at No. 6 overall, and he'll compete to be the starter with Tyrod Taylor in Week 1. Now, Herbert will take over as the starter when ready, but the Chargers might opt to use caution with the former Oregon star. Taylor can manage things until Herbert is ready, and that's what you have to monitor in training camp. Herbert could be a sneaky Fantasy option given the weapons for the Chargers. Once he starts, he could be a starter right away in 2QB and Superflex leagues. He'll have to prove himself to be useful in one-quarterback leagues, but that could happen by the end of the season. We don't recommend drafting him in most seasonal, one-quarterback leagues. He's a mid-round pick in two-quarterback and Superflex leagues. And he's a second-round pick in rookie-only drafts for Dynasty leagues.

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Derrick Brown DL, AUBURN

Height: 6-5, Weight: 326

I love this pick. I love this player. I think Derrick Brown will be a force in the NFL. Plays with such power. Reminds me of the late Jerome Brown. (Pete Prisco)

A+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 94

Strengths:

  • Regularly collapses the pocket
  • Can play anywhere along D-line
  • Regularly requires double teams

Weaknesses:

  • Needs to get better as a pass rusher
  • Can disappear for stretches on tape

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Isaiah Simmons LB, CLEM

Height: 6-4, Weight: 238

I'm not in love with this kid as a player. The range is phenomenal, but where does he play? Is he a safety? Is he a linebacker? Is he a hybrid? This kid to me is a safety. I don't think he's physical enough to play near the line of scrimmage. (Pete Prisco)

B-

No analysis available.

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CJ Henderson CB, FLA

Height: 6-1, Weight: 204

I love him because he can cover. There are so many guys in the NFL that I talked to leading up to the draft that thought he was better than Okudah. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 92

Strengths:

  • Has size and speed NFL teams look for in elite CBs
  • Great mirroring technique
  • Doesn't panic because he has recovery speed

Weaknesses:

  • Needs to improve tackling
  • Played better in 2018 than 2019

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Jedrick Wills Jr. OL, BAMA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 312

There's better upside from the other two tackles available. This kid is clearly a right tackle, but has the body of a guard. I think there will be a transition for him moving over to the left side if indeed that's where they play him. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 93

Strengths:

  • Dominant run blocker
  • Insanely athletic for size
  • Plays with an edge

Weaknesses:

  • Needs to improve as a pass blocker
  • Can get beat on inside move in pass pro

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Mekhi Becton OL, LVILLE

Height: 6-7, Weight: 364

Here's the thing on Becton, he's a freak athletically. He has a tendency to get really heavy and that's a concern. If he can keep his weight in check and be dedicated to his craft, he's going to be a good football player. (Pete Prisco)

B

No analysis available.

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Henry Ruggs III WR, BAMA

Height: 5-11, Weight: 188

You can't teach speed. This kid can take the top off. He's tough. He'll be able to handle press coverage in the NFL. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 92

Strengths:

  • Almost always the fastest person on the field
  • Can score on short, intermediate, deep routes
  • Only dropped one ball in 2019; tough YAC runner

Weaknesses:

  • Needs to improve as a route runner
  • Will need to prove he can routinely beat press man

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55

18.33

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Tristan Wirfs OL, IOWA

Height: 6-5, Weight: 320

I think it's a solid pick. I don't think there's much difference between the top four tackles. I had Thomas as my top tackle, but not by much. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 93

Strengths:

  • Rare athletic ability for someone that size
  • Can play both RT and LT
  • Wrestling background shows up on tape; can manhandle D-linemen

Weaknesses:

  • Sometimes struggles with speed rushers around the edge
  • Sometimes plays off-balance
  • Some NFL teams might prefer him at guard

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Javon Kinlaw DL, SC

Height: 6-5, Weight: 324

It's not that I don't like Kinlaw. He has the potential to be a dominant player like Chris Jones of the Chiefs. But is he a better player than DeForest Buckner who they traded for to get the Colts pick? They essentially replaced Buckner with Kinlaw. (Pete Prisco)

B-

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 93

Strengths:

  • Elite pass rusher despite size
  • Has strength to overpower blockers and collapse pocket
  • Has size/athleticism to play anywhere along D-line

Weaknesses:

  • Needs to add more pass-rush moves
  • Can sometimes get to upright in pass rush
  • Needs to be better with hand usage/placement

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Jerry Jeudy WR, BAMA

Height: 6-1, Weight: 193

I like Jeudy a lot. He's the best route runner in this draft. One concern I have with him is he's really thin. Will he be able to hold up to press coverage? (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 92

Strengths:

  • Best route-runner in this draft class
  • Sneaky speed to win on deep routes
  • Almost impossible to bring down in the open field

Weaknesses:

  • Has great hands but struggled with concentration drops last season
  • Production dropped from 2018 to 2019
  • Didn't face much press coverage at Alabama

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56

14

0

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A.J. Terrell CB, CLEM

Height: 6-1, Weight: 195

I don't love this pick. I think desperation forced this pick because they have issues at corner. They saw the first two corners go off the board and stood pat and went corner. There were pass rushers available. (Pete Prisco)

C+

No analysis available.

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6

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CeeDee Lamb WR, OKLA

Height: 6-2, Weight: 198

This is a classic case of a team not expecting the player to be there. The didn't necessarily need a WR, but he was there. I think they would have picked a pass rusher here had Lamb not fallen to them. If you are true to your board and have a great grade on the guy, you have to take him. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 93

Strengths:

  • Pound for pound one of strongest WRs in draft class
  • Makes contested/acrobatic catches look easy
  • YAC monster; routinely breaks tackles for big gains

Weaknesses:

  • Didn't face press-man in college
  • Doesn't have top-end speed

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59

11.8

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Austin Jackson OL, USC

Height: 6-5, Weight: 322

I would have gone with Ezra Cleveland. Austin Jackson is a project. It might take a year or two for him to become the player people think he can become. I'm concerned about this pick for Miami. (Pete Prisco)

C+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 86

Strengths:

  • Long-limbed, well proportioned
  • Quick feet for size
  • Solid recovery ability

Weaknesses:

  • Raw
  • Needs to improve technique
  • Can sometimes get out over his toes and off-balance

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Damon Arnette CB, OHIOST

Height: 6-0, Weight: 195

He was on my Better-Than Team. I didn't think he would go this high, but I guess he was on the Raiders Better-Than Team. He's a little grabby in his technique. I think he's a South Florida kid with an attitude. I don't think there's a significant difference between him and Okudah. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 84

Strengths:

  • Physical with extensive press-man experience
  • Outstanding mirroring ability thanks to good athleticism
  • Routinely looks for/finds the football as it arrives

Weaknesses:

  • A little overly grabby
  • Checks the speed box just not a burner
  • Steady career never truly dominated until senior year

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K'Lavon Chaisson EDGE, LSU

Height: 6-3, Weight: 254

This is a guy that has to stay on the field. When he was on the field he was productive, but he had some injury issues. He has to show that he can hold up against the run at 254 pounds. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 92

Strengths:

  • Speed-to-power around the edge is elite
  • Bendy, twitched-up athleticism
  • Plays well against top competition

Weaknesses:

  • Still learning the position
  • Needs to get better setting the edge in run game
  • ACL injury forced him to miss 2018 season

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Jalen Reagor WR, TCU

Height: 5-11, Weight: 206

I love Reagor. He didn't run a very good 40 at the combine. The night after that run his agent told me he put on some water weight. A couple of days before they had him timed much faster. He's got good speed. (Pete Prisco)

B

The Eagles selected rookie receiver Jalen Reagor in the first round of the NFL Draft, and he could be a quality Fantasy option this year. He's worth drafting with a late-round pick in all seasonal leagues. A lot will depend on what happens with Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson, and both seem on track to play in Philadelphia this season, though Reagor seems to have locked up a starting job in training camp. He's drawn rave reviews, and may be the team's best non-Zach Ertz option in the passing game from day one. In rookie-only drafts for dynasty leagues, Reagor is worth selecting toward the end of Round 1. He's behind CeeDee Lamb and Jerry Jeudy, and he's in the mix with Henry Ruggs and Justin Jefferson as the next guy off the board. And in re-draft leagues, Reagor looks like a solid option around pick 100 on Draft Day.

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55

55

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Justin Jefferson WR, LSU

Height: 6-1, Weight: 202

I love this pick. He's not (Stefon) Diggs, but he's also not going to complain every play like Diggs did. I thought he would go before this. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 89

Strengths:

  • Huge catch radius
  • Excels at finding holes in coverage from the slot
  • QB's best friend; reliable, consistent route runner

Weaknesses:

  • Rarely faced press-man from slot
  • Timed faster than he played

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26

13

0

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Kenneth Murray LB, OKLA

Height: 6-3, Weight: 241

They gave up a bunch to go get him, but he's a big-time playmaker. (Pete Prisco)

B

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 90

Strengths:

  • Sideline-to-sideline speed and a tackling machine
  • One of the best athletes on the field
  • Explosive to the ball

Weaknesses:

  • Not much experience as pass defender
  • Sometimes out of control

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8

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Cesar Ruiz OL, MICH

Height: 6-3, Weight: 307

I love this player. Would go to the Pro Bowl for seven or eight years as a center. But where is he going to play for the Saints? I thought he'd be a great center, but he'll probably play right guard for them. Good player, but strange pick by the Saints. (Pete Prisco)

A

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 88

Strengths:

  • Athleticism pops on film right away
  • Snaps out of his stance and has light feet
  • Run game specialist
  • Adequately aware of stunts and can get there
  • Mostly solid anchor

Weaknesses:

  • Can play a bit high and get outleveraged
  • Power fluctuates, but it's mostly area in which he needs to improve
  • Decently susceptible to getting bull rushed
  • Doesn't have long arms and a ton of pop in his punch

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Brandon Aiyuk WR, ARIZST

Height: 6-0, Weight: 205

I love this kid. In this offense, he's going to be phenomenal. He's only scratching the surface. When he catches the ball, boom he's gone. He will be an effective player in that offense. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 89

Strengths:

  • Four-down player, explosive returner
  • Dominates in 1-v-1 coverage
  • Always a threat to take next pass to the house

Weaknesses:

  • Raw, still learning the position
  • Needs to refine route running

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Jordan Love QB, UTAHST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 224

Terrible move by the Packers. Aaron Rodgers told me last summer he wants to play until he's 40. They needed a receiver. They needed defensive help. Sitting behind Rodgers will do Love well, but not going to do the Packers well. You're on the cusp of getting to a Super Bowl, get Rodgers some help. (Pete Prisco)

D

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 90

Strengths:

  • Can make every throw on the field
  • Has great touch on deep balls
  • Has athleticism to make plays with his feet

Weaknesses:

  • Coming off forgettable 2019 season
  • Can try to do too much which leads to unforced turnovers
  • Can stare down receivers

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Jordyn Brooks LB, TXTECH

Height: 6-0, Weight: 240

I like Brooks. The issue is this is a pick for the future for a team that should be picking to win right now. They have other issues like pass rusher. Yetur Gross-Matos was sitting there, I would have taken him. (Pete Prisco)

C+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 74

Strengths:

  • Sudden, dynamic mover with high-end straight-line speed
  • Change of direction is outstanding
  • Flashes of brilliance as a block-defeater

Weaknesses:

  • Instincts aren't up to par with normal NFL LB standards
  • Was used mostly as a spy, simply doesn't have much coverage
  • Block-shedding ability is very inconsistent
  • Raw overall game

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Patrick Queen LB, LSU

Height: 6-0, Weight: 229

I love this pick. I think Queen is going to be a star in this defense. I think this kid's range is outstanding. He can go sideline to sideline. (Pete Prisco)

B

No analysis available.

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Isaiah Wilson OL, UGA

Height: 6-7, Weight: 350

I think this is a good pick. This is a massive right tackle on a team that needs a massive right tackle. This kid is a mauler in the run game and he's perfect for what the Titans want to do. (Pete Prisco)

B+

Draft Scouting Report:

Rating: 85

Strengths:

  • Gigantic but moves like he's much smaller
  • Effective on combo blocks
  • Strong anchor
  • Enough athleticism to recover if initially beaten
  • Brute strength in pass protection and for run game

Weaknesses:

  • Not always on time with his punches
  • Some speed-to-power rushers can get underneath him and drive him back
  • Speed rushers will give him some problems around the corner

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Noah Igbinoghene CB, AUBURN

Height: 5-10, Weight: 198

The captain of my Better-Than-Team. I think this pick is outstanding. He's a great press-man guy. He tackled 10 times better than I expected from a track guy. (Pete Prisco)

A+

No analysis available.

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Jeff Gladney CB, TCU

Height: 5-10, Weight: 191

It's a need pick, no question about it. I like the player. There are some character concerns, that's something they'll have to address. Mike Zimmer loves to draft corners. This pick makes sense. (Pete Prisco)

B

No analysis available.

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Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB, LSU

Height: 5-7, Weight: 207

I'm not a big fan of taking running backs in the first round, but when you have Patrick Mahomes it's OK to take a running back like this in the first round. Reminds me of Maurice Jones-Drew. (Pete Prisco)

B-

Brian Westbrook. LeSean McCoy. Kareem Hunt. Damien Williams. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has cultivated some dazzling running backs, but rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire has a chance to be the best of them all. He'll have the best shot to lead the Chiefs backfield in 2020 after Williams opted out from the 2020 season in late July. Edwards-Helaire proved to be a talented three-down back at LSU, totaling over 1,700 yards and 17 touchdowns over 15 games last season. He's got great hands and nifty lateral agility to go with good size, perfect for Reid's offense. Don't expect him to out-run defenders at the NFL level, but he still has some speed. More importantly, he's got a fantastic opportunity running alongside Patrick Mahomes. That's why you'll see Edwards-Helaire get picked in Round 1 in every draft -- as soon as sixth overall in PPR formats and no later than 12th overall in non-PPR leagues. That'll also be the case in Dynasty start-ups, while Edwards-Helaire will be a top-two pick in all rookie-only drafts.

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138

5.52

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