2020 NFL Draft

Complete Draft

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills
Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers
Houston Texans
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs
Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams
Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins
Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings
New England Patriots
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
New York Giants
New York Jets
New York Jets
Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans
Washington Football Team
Washington Football Team

Drafted Players: NFL

Cincinnati
Joe
Burrow
CINQB
Rnd 1Pk 1
Washington
Chase
Young
WASEDGE
Rnd 1Pk 2
Detroit
Jeffrey
Okudah
DETCB
Rnd 1Pk 3
NY Giants
Andrew
Thomas
NYGOT
Rnd 1Pk 4
Miami
Tua
Tagovailoa
MIAQB
Rnd 1Pk 5
LA Chargers
Justin
Herbert
LACQB
Rnd 1Pk 6
Carolina
Derrick
Brown
CARDT
Rnd 1Pk 7
Arizona
Isaiah
Simmons
ARILB
Rnd 1Pk 8
Jacksonville
C.J.
Henderson
JAXCB
Rnd 1Pk 9
Cleveland
Jedrick
Wills Jr.
CLEOT
Rnd 1Pk 10
NY Jets
Mekhi
Becton
NYJOT
Rnd 1Pk 11
Las Vegas
Henry
Ruggs III
LVWR
Rnd 1Pk 12
Tampa Bay
Tristan
Wirfs
TBOT
Rnd 1Pk 13
San Francisco
Javon
Kinlaw
SFDT
Rnd 1Pk 14
Denver
Jerry
Jeudy
DENWR
Rnd 1Pk 15
Atlanta
A.J.
Terrell
ATLCB
Rnd 1Pk 16
Dallas
CeeDee
Lamb
DALWR
Rnd 1Pk 17
Miami
Austin
Jackson
MIAOT
Rnd 1Pk 18
Las Vegas
Damon
Arnette
LVCB
Rnd 1Pk 19
Jacksonville
K'Lavon
Chaisson
JAXEDGE
Rnd 1Pk 20
Philadelphia
Jalen
Reagor
PHIWR
Rnd 1Pk 21
Minnesota
Justin
Jefferson
MINWR
Rnd 1Pk 22
LA Chargers
Kenneth
Murray
LACLB
Rnd 1Pk 23
New Orleans
Cesar
Ruiz
NOC
Rnd 1Pk 24
San Francisco
Brandon
Aiyuk
SFWR
Rnd 1Pk 25
Green Bay
Jordan
Love
GBQB
Rnd 1Pk 26
Seattle
Jordyn
Brooks
SEALB
Rnd 1Pk 27
Baltimore
Patrick
Queen
BALLB
Rnd 1Pk 28
Tennessee
Isaiah
Wilson
TENOT
Rnd 1Pk 29
Miami
Noah
Igbinoghene
MIACB
Rnd 1Pk 30
Minnesota
Jeff
Gladney
MINCB
Rnd 1Pk 31
Kansas City
Clyde
Edwards-Helaire
KCRB
Rnd 1Pk 32
Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Bengals
Joe Burrow
Round 1 - Pick 1
QB
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 2
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 211
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The pick everyone has expected since January — and it's the right one. It'll be interesting to find out what kind of ransom Miami (or anyone else) offered for the pick. But barring it being something absurd, the Bengals were right to stick here and pick a potential franchise changer.
Washington
Washington
Football Team
Chase Young
Round 1 - Pick 2
EDGE
Position
Ohio St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 1
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 264
Eric Edholm's Commentary
This feels like a bit of a luxury, given that the front seven might be one of the sturdier areas of the team. But Young is a potential game changer, especially in the hands of Ron Rivera and Jack Del Rio. The Redskins didn't overthink it. Even with the temptation of Tua, or a trade possibility, sticking here and picking Yahoo Sports' No. 1 overall prospect is a winning move.
Detroit
Detroit
Lions
Jeffrey Okudah
Round 1 - Pick 3
CB
Position
Ohio St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 3
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 205
Eric Edholm's Commentary
After much speculation that Detroit would trade out of this pick, the Lions stayed put and picked arguably the best defensive back in the draft. Long, highly athletic coverage ace who is just starting to hit his peak and profiles as a future All-Pro at one of football’s most demanding positions.
NY Giants
New York
Giants
Andrew Thomas
Round 1 - Pick 4
OT
Position
Georgia
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 11
  • School: Georgia
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 315
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Dave Gettleman and company select the third overall tackle on our board to protect Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley. Thomas' issues with pass-protection technique are worrisome, but he’s an NFL-grade run blocker from Day 1 at either OT spot.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Tua Tagovailoa
Round 1 - Pick 5
QB
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 4
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 217
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Dolphins are rolling the dice on greatness. Durability questions cloud — and dominate — Tagovailoa's evaluation, but he's a quick processor with uncanny accuracy who should find ways to thrive if healthy.
LA Chargers
Los Angeles
Chargers
Justin Herbert
Round 1 - Pick 6
QB
Position
Oregon
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 18
  • School: Oregon
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 236
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Chargers take their QB of the future to replace Philip Rivers. Herbert possesses ideal arm strength, athleticism and character for the position, but does he have the keen instincts and temperament to be great?
Carolina
Carolina
Panthers
Derrick Brown
Round 1 - Pick 7
DT
Position
Auburn
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • School: Auburn
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 326
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Smart, safe, foundational pick for first-year head coach Matt Rhule, who wants to create a new identity on the Panthers' defense. Brown is an interior dominator who enters the NFL as an excellent, scheme-diverse run stopper, and could develop as a pass-rush talent.
Arizona
Arizona
Cardinals
Isaiah Simmons
Round 1 - Pick 8
LB
Position
Clemson
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 6
  • School: Clemson
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 238
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Simmons is a rare athlete with elite versatility who can impact games in coverage, as a blitzer and in run support. The Cardinals are already loaded on offense, and now they get the perfect man to fix their struggles vs. tight ends, a position where NFC West offenses are loaded.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jaguars
C.J. Henderson
Round 1 - Pick 9
CB
Position
Florida
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 7
  • School: Florida
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 204
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Jaguars add a defensive piece to their rebuild with Henderson, a confident, smooth cover corner whose pre-2019 tape showed the best of what he can be, even with some tackling and playmaking worries.
Cleveland
Cleveland
Browns
Jedrick Wills Jr.
Round 1 - Pick 10
OT
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 8
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 312
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Browns get exactly what they needed, an elite tackle to play in front of Baker Mayfield, and not having to trade up for him was a gift. Wills is an explosive, aggressive run blocker and emerging pass protector who has few obvious shortcomings.
NY Jets
New York
Jets
Mekhi Becton
Round 1 - Pick 11
OT
Position
Louisville
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 13
  • School: Louisville
  • Height: 6' 7"
  • Weight: 364
Eric Edholm's Commentary
We had Tristan Wirfs rated higher, and Becton's weight control will be an issue, but new GM Joe Douglas' first pick is a massive gamble on upside. Becton has a rare, generational combination of size and athleticism – with elements of his game that need cleaning up.
Las Vegas
Las Vegas
Raiders
Henry Ruggs III
Round 1 - Pick 12
WR
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 16
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 188
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Al Davis would approve. But what won over GM Mike Mayock was Ruggs' hyper-competitive spirit, which sets him apart from other track stars in football, not to mention his world-class speed.
Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
Tristan Wirfs
Round 1 - Pick 13 (from 49ers via Colts)
OT
Position
Iowa
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 10
  • School: Iowa
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 320
Eric Edholm's Commentary
First Tom Brady gets Gronk, now he gets a stud tackle. Tampa Bay trades up and surprisingly nabs LT/RT flexibility and an athlete of Wirfs' caliber at 13. He has the finesse and power to succeed in the NFL, if he can fix a few technical flaws.
San Francisco
San Francisco
49ers
Javon Kinlaw
Round 1 - Pick 14 (from Bucs)
DT
Position
South Carolina
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 12
  • School: South Carolina
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 324
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Kinlaw is a massive, powerful rusher capable of collapsing the pocket from several alignments, but he must fix his technical flaws. If the medicals are clean, this is a great pick. The 49ers wanted more DL talent after trading DeForest Buckner to the Colts, which landed them the extra first-rounder to begin with.
Denver
Denver
Broncos
Jerry Jeudy
Round 1 - Pick 15
WR
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 14
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 193
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Not having to trade up was key; John Elway was confident his guy would be there, and it paid off. Jeudy is a smooth operator who already runs routes better than some pros, and should overcome a few physical shortcomings to be great in the NFL.
Atlanta
Atlanta
Falcons
A.J. Terrell
Round 1 - Pick 16
CB
Position
Clemson
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 46
  • School: Clemson
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 195
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Terrell had one bad game really — the national title game against LSU — and it shouldn't undercut his pro potential. He's a talented, long cornerback who's fluid and good in man coverage. He's also our 46th overall prospect and lacks great ball skills.
Dallas
Dallas
Cowboys
CeeDee Lamb
Round 1 - Pick 17
WR
Position
Oklahoma
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 9
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 198
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Jerry Jones has to be pleased Lamb fell to this spot. Wide receiver isn't a need but Lamb's talent is worth it, an explosive producer with outstanding body control and ball skills, even if he lacks elite speed and can fine-tune his approach.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Austin Jackson
Round 1 - Pick 18 (from Steelers)
OT
Position
USC
School
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 68
  • School: USC
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 322
Eric Edholm's Commentary
We had Jackson as the No. 68 overall prospect. Others had him far higher, and he did donate bone marrow to his sister right before last season, which might’ve hindered his play. We just weren't in love with him, and believe he needs lot of development.
Las Vegas
Las Vegas
Raiders
Damon Arnette
Round 1 - Pick 19 (from Bears)
CB
Position
Ohio St.
School
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 49
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 195
Eric Edholm's Commentary
A bit of a shocker, but it tells us GM Mike Mayock cleared any character questions that existed at one point with Arnette. He's competitive, can play zone/off-man, and you need all the corners you can find in the same division as Patrick Mahomes.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jaguars
K'Lavon Chaisson
Round 1 - Pick 20 (from Rams)
EDGE
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 15
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 254
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Yannick Ngakoue era in Jacksonville is clearly over now thanks to the selection of Chaisson, a traits-heavy pass rusher with versatile skills. Both the Jags' first-round picks are attempts to correct earlier franchise mistakes, which is the only thing we don't like about them. Are they tanking for Trevor?
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Eagles
Jalen Reagor
Round 1 - Pick 21
WR
Position
TCU
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 24
  • School: TCU
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 206
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Held back by his college offense, Reagor projects as a dynamic, shifty playmaker if he can hone his craft more. The Eagles did a lot of work on Reagor, who could be a star at a glaring position of need in Philly with his speed, toughness and versatility.
Minnesota
Minnesota
Vikings
Justin Jefferson
Round 1 - Pick 22 (from Bills)
WR
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 27
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 202
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Not wildly athletic or big, but Jefferson is a talented slot wide receiver for a team whose depth at that position had been pretty rough after the Stefon Diggs trade. Also has terrific hands and contested-catch skills.
LA Chargers
Los Angeles
Chargers
Kenneth Murray
Round 1 - Pick 23 (from Patriots)
LB
Position
Oklahoma
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 20
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 241
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Love this for the Chargers, even at the cost of a second- and third-round pick to trade up. Murray is a high-character selection, and he can be a key piece of a front seven needed to attack the Chiefs in the division.
New Orleans
New Orleans
Saints
Cesar Ruiz
Round 1 - Pick 24
C
Position
Michigan
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 41
  • School: Michigan
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 307
Eric Edholm's Commentary
A bit of a surprise, but a potentially great pick. Ruiz is a young, extremely solid center with the grit and power to emerge as among the best at his position. Feels like a replacement for Larry Warford.
San Francisco
San Francisco
49ers
Brandon Aiyuk
Round 1 - Pick 25 (from Vikings)
WR
Position
Arizona St.
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 35
  • School: Arizona St.
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 205
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The 49ers paid a bit of a steep price to move up here for Aiyuk, but he gives them some speed to stretch the field and has an eye-opening wingspan, though he needs polished. Fascinating move here for GM John Lynch and San Francisco.
Green Bay
Green Bay
Packers
Jordan Love
Round 1 - Pick 26 (from Dolphins)
QB
Position
Utah St.
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 31
  • School: Utah St.
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 224
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Fascinating move, but not that stunning. The cost for the Packers to move up wasn't high, and our 31st overall prospect – now a potential heir to Aaron Rodgers – is an extremely gifted (though flawed) passer who could develop into the best quarterback in this class.
Seattle
Seattle
Seahawks
Jordyn Brooks
Round 1 - Pick 27
LB
Position
Texas Tech
School
  • Draft Grade: D+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 93
  • School: Texas Tech
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 240
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Brooks is a litmus test for your evaluation methods. He’s a throwback linebacker with great run-stopping ability, but I don't like Brooks in coverage and that's where NFC West linebackers will get left in the dust if they're not careful.
Baltimore
Baltimore
Ravens
Patrick Queen
Round 1 - Pick 28
LB
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 17
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 229
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Ravens made a great pick? We are stunned. This is GM Eric DeCosta following in the footsteps of his mentor Ozzie Newsome and finding a young, ascending playmaker in Queen with vast upside as a three-down linebacker.
Tennessee
Tennessee
Titans
Isaiah Wilson
Round 1 - Pick 29
OT
Position
Georgia
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 73
  • School: Georgia
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 350
Eric Edholm's Commentary
A predictable pick. The Titans are a power run team and needed a RT after losing Jack Conklin in free agency. Wilson's arrow is pointing up, though he wasn't our favorite OT in this class and some scouts secretly wished he'd have stayed in school and developed another year.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Noah Igbinoghene
Round 1 - Pick 30 (from Packers)
CB
Position
Auburn
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 53
  • School: Auburn
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 198
Eric Edholm's Commentary
He was a little lower on our board, but scouts were all over Igbinoghene's upside and raw athletic ability. He's a former wide receiver who is just starting to learn the position, and could be the starting nickel and kick returner right away.
Minnesota
Minnesota
Vikings
Jeff Gladney
Round 1 - Pick 31 (from 49ers)
CB
Position
TCU
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 32
  • School: TCU
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 183
Eric Edholm's Commentary
Gladney is a Mike Zimmer corner. The Vikings did a lot of work on the CB class and came away impressed with Gladney's dog mentality – even if his size compromises his ability to combat taller receivers.
Kansas City
Kansas City
Chiefs
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Round 1 - Pick 32
RB
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 22
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 5' 7"
  • Weight: 207
Eric Edholm's Commentary
The highest-drafted RB in Andy Reid's career goes from the most explosive offense in college football to the most explosive offense in the NFL. Edwards-Helaire is a compactly built powder keg of a back, and an immediate contributor. This pick is a home run.