2020 NFL Draft Day Packet

2020 NFL Draft Day Packet

April 22, 2020 0 By tailgatesports

By: Domenic Buccini, Draft Analyst

With the 2020 NFL draft upon us; I have decided to release my final rankings for each position along with my guys on offense and defense, and I finally included my top 80 players in the 2020 draft. Who will be a great pick and who will be a bust?

Dom’s top 10 QB’s

RankingPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Justin HerbertOregon6’6’236Safest pick
2Joe BurrowLSU6’3’221Boom or bust potential
3Jordan LoveUtah State6’3’224Highest ceiling
4Tua TagovailoaAlabama6’0’217Injury prone?
5Jacob EasonWashington6’5’231Big arm
6Jalen HurtsOklahoma6’1’222Offense built around him
7Jake FrommGeorgia6’1’219Game Manager
8Anthony GordonWashington State6’2’205One year wonder?
9James MorganFIU6’4’229Work in progress
10Steven MontezColorado6’4’231Inconsistent decisions 

Dom’s top 10 RB’s

Sep 21, 2019; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Jonathan Taylor (23) rushes with the football during the first quarter against the Michigan Wolverines at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1D’Andre SwiftGeorgia5’8’212Shifty
2Jonathan TaylorWisconsin5’10’226Work horse
3JK DobbinsOhio State5’9’209Never missed game
4Zack MossUtah5’9’223Great vision
5Clyde Edwards HelaireLSU5’7’207Outstanding ball security
6AJ DillonBoston College6’0’247Three down back?
7Cam AkersFlorida State5’10’217Every down back
8Darrynton EvansAppalachian State5’10’203Speed Demon
9La’Mical PerineFlorida5’10’216Great footwork
10Joshua KelleyUCLA5’10’212Aggressive runner

Dom’s top 10 WR’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Ceedee LambOklahoma6’1’198Polished Separation skills
2Jerry JeudyAlabama6’1’193OBJ style
3Henry Ruggs IIIAlabama5’11’188Speed Demon
4Justin JeffersonLSU6’1’202Elite high pointing 
5Denzel MimsBaylor6’2’207Elite size and speed
6Tee HigginsClemson6’3’216All receiver positions
7Brandon AiyukArizona State5’11’205Great footwork
8Laviska Shenault JrColorado6’0’227Injury concerns?
9Michael Pittman JrUSC6’4’223Doesn’t drop balls
10Tyler JohnsonMinnesota6’1’206Outstanding production

Dom’s top 10 TE’s

Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Albert OkwuegbunamMissouri6’5’258Elite size and speed
2Brycen HopkinsPurdue6’3’245Great route running
3Cole KmetNotre Dame6’5’262Needs work as blocker
4Hunter BryantWashington6’2’248Deep ball tight end
5Harrison BryantFAU6’4’243Catches balls through contact
6Adam TrautmanDayton6’5’255Level of competition concerning
7Thaddeus MossLSU6’1’250Redzone threat
8Jared PickneyVanderbilt6’4’257Great size
9Colby ParkinsonStanford6’7’252Limited roles in college
10Mitchell WilcoxUSF6’3’247Great ball tracker

Dom’s top 10 OT’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Andrew ThomasGeorgia6’5’315Either tackle position
2Jedrick Wills JrAlabama6’4’312Elite footwork
3Tristan WirfsIowa6’4’320Elite Athleticism
4Mekhi BectonLouisville6’7’364Massive wingspan
5Ezra ClevelandBoise State6’6’311Needs to get stronger
6Austin JacksonUSC6’4’322Great quickness
7Josh JonesHouston6’5’319Inconsistent in pass protection
8Isaiah WilsonGeorgia6’6’350Improved each year
9Lucas NiangTCU6’6’315Great vision
10Trey AdamsWashington6’8’318Fluid hips

Dom’s top 10 IOL’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Cesar RuizMichigan6’2’307Elite Vision
2Netane MutiFresno State6’2’315Beast up front
3Llyod Cushenberry IIILSU6’3’312Smooth hips
4Matt HennessyTemple6’3’307Great handwork
5Shane LemieuxOregon6’3’310Great Physicality
6Robert HuntLouisiana6’5’323Strength and Athleticism
7Tyler BiadaszWisconsin6’3’321Chronic injury concerns
8Johns SimpsonClemson6’4’321Great anchor down
9Darryl WilliamsMississippi State6’2’304Two position player
10Damien LewisLSU6’2’327Questionable athleticism

Dom’s top 10 Edge rushers

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Chase YoungOhio State6’4’264Freak athlete
2Yetur Gross-MatosPenn State6’5’266High ceiling
3K’Lavon ChaissonLSU6’3’254Injury history concerns?
4AJ EpenesaIowa6’5’275Off the line explosion
5Terrell LewisAlabama6’5’262Past severe injuries
6Bradlee AnaeUtah6’3’257Great hand technique
7Julian OkwaraNotre Dame6’4’252Tackle for loss machine
8Curtis WeaverBoise State6’2’265Strong pass rush game
9Darrell TaylorTennessee6’3’267Strip sack machine
10Alex HighsmithCharlotte6’3’248Natural at stopping the run

Dom’s top 10 DL’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Derrick BrownAuburn6’4’326Fits any scheme
2Javon KinlawSouth Carolina6’5’324Elite bull rusher
3Justin MadubuikeTexas A&M6’2’293Great Athleticism
4Jordan ElliottMissouri6’3’302Great hand technique
5Ross BlacklockTCU6’3’290Needs to improve strength
6Neville GallimoreOklahoma6’2’304Raw potential
7Marlon DavidsonAuburn6’3’303Is he a edge rusher or DT
8Raekwon DavisAlabama6’6’311Isn’t pushed around by strength
9Davon HamiltonOhio State6’4’320Great athleticism
10Rashard Lawrence IILSU6’2’308Willing to eat blocks to free up others

Dom’s Top 10 LB’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Isaiah SimmonsClemson6’3’238Elite player that can play multiple positions
2Patrick QueenLSU6’0’229Elite play detection
3Kenneth MurrayOklahoma6’2’241Can play inside or outside
4Zack BaunWisconsin6’2’238Elite Explosiveness
5Josh UcheMichigan6’1’245Great footwork
6Troy DyeOregon6’3’231Elite football IQ
7Jordyn BrooksTexas Tech6’0’240Aggressive defender
8Logan WilsonWyoming6’2’241Great size
9Akeem Davis GaitherAppalachian State6’1’224Size is a concern
10Malik HarrisonOhio State6’2’247Coverage skills need work 

Dom’s top 10 CB’s

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Jeffrey OkudahOhio State6’1’205Size and speed are elite
2CJ HendersonFlorida6’0’204Elite coverage skills
3Kristian FultonLSU5’11’197Great pressing skills
4Bryce HallVirginia6’1’202Elite physical coverage
5Jeff GladneyTCU5’10’191Great route anticipation
6Cameron DantzlerMississippi State6’2’188Elite Athleticism
7Jaylon JohnsonUtah5’11’193Great in both man and zone
8Damon ArnetteOhio State5’11’195Needs work on hip movement
9AJ TerrellClemson6’1’195Struggled against top competition
10Noah IgbinogheneAuburn5’10’198Strong corner

Dom’s top 10 Safeties

RankPlayerSchoolHeightWeightObservations
1Xavier McKinneyAlabama6’0’201Elite versatility
2Grant DelpitLSU6’2’213Elite Physicality
3Jeremy ChinnSouthern Illinois6’3’221Can play some linebacker packages
4Antoine Winfield JrMinnesota5’9’203Elite Instinct
5Ashtyn DavisCalifornia6’0’202Elite Ballhawk
6Kyle DuggerLenoir-Rhyne6’0’217Lack of elite competition
7Brandon JonesTexas5’11’198Can play all safety positions
8K’Von WallaceClemson5’11’206Great hip movement
9JR ReedGeorgia6’0’202Great at zone coverage
10Shyheim CarterAlabama6’0’191Can play multiple positions in secondary

Dom’s Guys Offense

PositionPlayerSchoolHeightWeight
QBJustin HerbertOregon6’6’236
RBZack MossUtah5’9’223
WRTyler JohnsonMinnesota6’1’206
TEAlex OkwuegbunamMissouri6’5’258
OTAndrew ThomasGeorgia6’5’315
IOLNetane MutiFresno State6’2’315

Dom’s Guys Defense

PositionPlayerSchoolHeightWeight
EdgeYetur Gross-MatosPenn State6’5’266
DLJordan ElliottMissouri6’3’302
LBTroy DyeOregon6’3’231
CBBryce HallVirginia6’1’202
SJeremy ChinnSouthern Illinois6’3’221

Dom’s top 80 Big Board

RankPlayerPositionSchoolHeightWeight
1Chase YoungEdgeOhio State6’4’264
2Isaiah SimmonsLB/SClemson6’3’238
3Justin HerbertQBOregon6’6’236
4Joe BurrowQBLSU6’3’221
5Andrew ThomasOTGeorgia6’5’315
6Ceedee LambWROklahoma6’1’198
7Jeffrey OkudahCBOhio State6’1’205
8Jedrick Wills JrOTAlabama6’4’312
9Derrick BrownDLAuburn6’4’326
10Jerry JeudyWRAlabama6’1’193
11Javon KinlawDLSouth Carolina6’5’324
12Tristan WirfsOTIowa6’4’320
13CJ HendersonCBFlorida6’0’204
14Henry Ruggs IIIWRAlabama5’11’188
15Patrick QueenLBLSU6’0’229
16Jordan LoveQBUtah State6’3’224
17D’Andre SwiftRBGeorgia5’8’212
18Yetur Gross-MatosEdgePenn State6’5’266
19Xavier McKinneySAlabama6’0’201
20K’Lavon ChaissonEdgeLSU6’3’254
21Tua TagovailoaQBAlabama6’0’217
22Kenneth MurrayLBOklahoma6’2’241
23Mekhi BectonOTLouisville6’7’364
24Jonathan TaylorRBWisconsin5’10’226
25Justin JeffersonWRLSU6’1’202
26AJ EpenesaEdgeIowa6’5’275
27Kristian FultonCBLSU5’11’197
28Zack BaunLBWisconsin6’2’238
29Cesar RuizOG/CMichigan6’2’307
30JK DobbinsRBOhio State5’9’209
31Grant DelpitSLSU6’2’213
32Bryce HallCBVirginia6’1’202
33Denzel MimsWRBaylor6’2’207
34Justin MadubuikeDLTexas A&M6’2’293
35Ezra ClevelandOTBoise State6’6’311
36Tee HigginsWRClemson6’3’216
37Jeff GladneyCBTCU5’10’191
38Terrell LewisEdgeAlabama6’5’262
39Netane MutiOGFresno State6’2’315
40Jacob EasonQBWashington6’5’231
41Josh UcheLBMichigan6’1’245
42Jeremy ChinnSSouthern Illinois6’3’221
43Albert OkwuegbunamTEMissouri6’5’258
44Jordan ElliottDLMissouri6’3’302
45Antoine Winfield JrSMinnesota5’9’203
46Brandon AiyukWRArizona State5’11’205
47Brycen HopkinsTEPurdue6’3’245
48Austin JacksonOTUSC6’4’322
49Laviska Shenault JrWRColorado6’0’227
50Bradlee AnaeEdgeUtah6’3’257
51Cameron DantzlerCBMississippi State6’2’188
52Jalen HurtsQBOklahoma6’1’222
53Ross BlacklockDLTCU6’3’290
54Cole KmetTENotre Dame6’5’262
55Llyod Cushenberry IIICLSU6’3’312
56Michael Pittman JrWRUSC6’4’223
57Troy DyeLBOregon6’3’231
58Ashtyn DavisSCalifornia6’0’202
59Zack MossRBUtah5’9’223
60Jaylon JohnsonCBUtah5’11’193
61Jordyn BrooksLBTexas Tech6’0’240
62Josh JonesOTHouston6’5’319
63Tyler JohnsonWRMinnesota6’1’206
64Neville GallimoreDLOklahoma6’2’304
65Matt HennessyCTemple6’3’307
66Julian OkwaraEdgeNotre Dame6’4’252
67Clyde Edwards HelaireRBLSU5’7’207
68Hunter Bryant TEWashington6’2’248
69KJ HamlerWRPenn State5’9’178
70Isaiah WilsonOTGeorgia6’6’350
71Damon ArnetteCBOhio State5’11’195
72Kyle DuggerSLenoir-Rhyne6’0’217
73Jake FrommQBGeorgia6’1’219
74Logan WilsonLBWyoming6’2’241
75AJ TerrellCBClemson6’1’195
76Marlon DavidsonDLAuburn6’3’303
77Curtis WeaverEdgeBoise State6’2’265
78AJ DillonRBBC6’0’247
79Shane LemiuexOGOregon6’3’310
80Jalen ReagorWRTCU5’10’206