2020 NFL Draft Top 106 Pro Prospects: Best Players On The Board From The College Perspective

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2020 NFL Draft Top 106 Pro Prospects: Best Players On The Board From The College Perspective

2020 NFL Draft

2020 NFL Draft Top 106 Pro Prospects: Best Players On The Board From The College Perspective


2020 NFL Draft Third Round Prospects, Top 75 Best Players On The Board

75. CB Damon Arnette, Ohio State

Bottom Line: It all depends where you want to put him. He should someday be a whale of a safety, but he’s way too good a cover-corner to not try out on the outside. The problem? The raw wheels are just okay.
Who Has This Pick? Indianapolis

74. DE Jabari Zuniga, Florida

Bottom Line: There are few more athletic edge rushers in the draft. The 264-pounder has 4.64 speed and is strong enough to pound away against anyone’s running game. There’s a whole world of upside as a potentially elite star behind the line.
Who Has This Pick? Cleveland

73. QB Jacob Eason, Washington

Bottom Line: The 6-6 Eason has the size, the NFL stature, and the ability to drive the ball anywhere. Don’t ask him to move, and he’s just as likely to put his throw into the fifth row as he is to get it to his receiver, but that arm is the truth.
Who Has This Pick? Jacksonville

72. S Terrell Burgess, Utah

Bottom Line: Looking and playing the part, he’s got everything you’d want looks-wise, and throw in the good speed to have all the NFL basics. He’s still growing into the role, though – he only started for one year and made just one career pick.
Who Has This Pick? Arizona

71. WR Chase Claypool, Notre Dame

Bottom Line: He might be the most fun prospect to figure out after the first round. He’s 6-4 and 238 points with 4.42 speed – the tools are incredible. He’s a good receiver, but can it all translate into something special?
Who Has This Pick? Los Angeles Chargers

70. C Lloyd Cushenberry, LSU

Bottom Line: You can’t move the guy. He might not be all that athletic, but he’s a powerful and strong leader who’ll be ready to anchor a line right away. With a great base, he can handle the tougher interior linemen without a problem.
Who Has This Pick? Miami

69. CB Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State

Bottom Line: The 6-2, 188-pound size, frame and length – good. The 4.64 40 speed and mediocre tackling ability – a problem. He’s too physical and too good to blow off after the second round. He’ll make a lot of big plays.
Who Has This Pick? Carolina

68. LB Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian State

Bottom Line: An intriguing prospect who rose up through the process, he doesn’t have the size, but he’s an all-around playmaker with an uncanny feel for the game.
Who Has This Pick? New York Jets (from New York Giants)

67. DE Terrell Lewis, Alabama

Bottom Line: Someone will fall in love with his tools and ability. At 6-5 and 262 pounds, he’s got the dream size for an age rusher, and he’s a killer when healthy, but … he has to prove he can stay in one piece.
Who Has This Pick? Detroit

66. WR Denzel Mims, Baylor

Bottom Line: Someone is going to love him a whole lot more than this ranking. The NFL likes 6-3, 207-pound receivers who can tear off a 4.38, but he needs to get more physical.
Who Has This Pick? Washington

65. LB Evan Weaver, Cal

Bottom Line: He doesn’t have the size, the speed, or the athleticism to be in the NFL … and he’s going to lead your team in tackles.
Who Has This Pick? Cincinnati

NEXT: Second Round Prospects, Top 64 Best Players On The Board


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