Last Word on Pro Football 2020 NFL Draft Headquarters

It’s almost time for the highlight of every NFL off-season: the Draft. Starting on April 23, the 2020 NFL Draft will again be a three-day event that changes lives. The league’s 32 teams will give hundreds of young men the chance to realize their dreams of embarking upon a professional football career. It’s the culmination of a lengthy process that involves an extensive amount of evaluation when it comes to these players’ ability to contribute at the next level.

In that spirit, the draft analysts at Last Word on Pro Football have been hard at work breaking down the skill sets of this year’s group of 2020 NFL Draft prospects. The fruit of that labor is our draft headquarters right here, which contains scouting reports as well as team-specific draft content. It’s your one-stop shop for familiarizing yourself with the players who will look to become instant impact rookies.

Be sure to check back here often as this page will continue to grow as the 2020 NFL Draft approaches.

Note: All prospects are listed alphabetically by position.

Last Word on Pro Football 2020 NFL Draft Headquarters

2020 Quarterbacks

Joe Burrow – LSU
Kevin Davidson – Princeton
Jacob Eason – Washington
Mason Fine – North Texas
Deondre Francois – Hampton
Jake Fromm – Georgia
Anthony Gordon – Washington State
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Tyler Huntley – Utah
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Brian Lewerke – Michigan State
Jordan Love – Utah State
Josh Love – San Jose State
Jake Luton – Oregon State
Cole McDonald – Hawaii
Steven Montez – Colorado
James Morgan – FIU
Shea Patterson – Michigan
Bryce Perkins – Virginia
Nate Stanley – Iowa
Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
Khalil Tate – Arizona

2020 Running Backs

Cam Akers – Florida State
Darius Anderson – TCU
Eno Benjamin – Arizona State
Lynn Bowden Jr. – Kentucky
Raymond Calais – Louisiana-Lafayette
DeeJay Dallas – Miami 
A.J. Dillon – Boston College
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Clyde Edwards-Helaire – LSU
Darrynton Evans – Appalachian State
Antonio Gibson – Memphis
Joshua Kelley – UCLA
Javon Leake – Maryland
Anthony McFarland – Maryland
Zack Moss – Utah
Lamical Perine – Florida
Scottie Phillips – Ole Miss
James Robinson – Illinois State
D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.J. Taylor – Arizona
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Patrick Taylor – Memphis
Ke’Shawn Vaughn – Vanderbilt
Michael Warren – Cincinnati

2020 Wide Receivers

Brandon Aiyuk – Arizona State
Omar Bayless – Arkansas State
Marquez Callaway – Tennessee
Quintez Cephus – Wisconsin
Chase Claypool – Notre Dame
Tyrie Cleveland – Florida
Isaiah Coulter – Rhode Island
Gabriel Davis – UCF
Quartney Davis – Texas A&M
Devin Duvernay – Texas
Bryan Edwards – South Carolina
Antonio Gandy-Golden – Liberty
K.J. Hamler – Penn State
Tee Higgins – Clemson
John Hightower – Boise State
K.J. Hill – Ohio State
Isaiah Hodgins – Oregon State
Justin Jefferson – LSU
Van Jefferson – Florida
Jauan Jennings – Tennessee
Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
Collin Johnson – Texas
Tyler Johnson – Minnesota
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Kalija Lipscomb – Vanderbilt
Austin Mack – Ohio State
Denzel Mims – Baylor
Aaron Parker – Rhode Island
Donovan Peoples-Jones – Michigan
Michael Pittman Jr. – USC
James Proche – SMU
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Joe Reed – Virginia
Henry Ruggs – Alabama
Laviska Shenault – Colorado
Binjimen Victor – Ohio State

2020 Tight Ends

Devin Asiasi – UCLA
Jacob Breeland – Oregon
Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic
Hunter Bryant – Washington
Josiah Deguara – Cincinnati
Brycen Hopkins – Purdue
Dalton Keene – Virginia Tech
Cole Kmet – Notre Dame
Thaddeus Moss – LSU
Cheyenne O’Grady – Arkansas
Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri
Colby Parkinson – Stanford
Jared Pinkney – Vanderbilt
Stephen Sullivan – LSU
Charlie Taumoepeau – Portland State
Adam Trautman – Dayton

2020 Offensive Linemen

Trey Adams – Washington
Hakeem Adeniji – Kansas
Tremayne Anchrum – Clemson
Ben Bartch – St. Johns
Mekhi Becton – Louisville
Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
Ben Bredeson – Michigan
Saahdiq Charles – LSU
Ezra Cleveland – Boise State
Lloyd Cushenberry – LSU
Kevin Dotson – Louisiana
Jack Driscoll – Auburn
Yasir Durant – Missouri
Jake Hanson – Oregon
Nick Harris – Washington
Charlie Heck – North Carolina
Matt Hennessy – Temple
Robert Hunt – Louisiana-Lafayette
Keith Ismael – San Diego State
Austin Jackson – USC
Jonah Jackson – Ohio State
Josh Jones – Houston
Solomon Kindley – Georgia
Shane Lemieux – Oregon
Damien Lewis – LSU
Frederick Mauigoa – Washington State
Colton McKivitz – West Virginia
John Molchon – Boise State
Netane Muti – Fresno State
Lucas Niang – TCU
Michael Onwenu – Michigan
Matt Peart – UConn
Tyre Phillips – Mississippi State
Cesar Ruiz – Michigan
Jon Runyan Jr. – Michigan
Zach Shackelford – Texas
John Simpson – Clemson
Terence Steele – Texas Tech
Logan Stenberg – Kentucky
Simon Stepaniak – Indiana
Alex Taylor – South Carolina State
Prince Tega Wanogho – Auburn
Andrew Thomas – Georgia
Calvin Throckmorton – Oregon
Darryl Williams – Mississippi State
Jedrick Wills – Alabama
Isaiah Wilson – Georgia
Tristan Wirfs – Iowa

2020 Edge Defenders

Bradlee Anae – Utah
Zack Baun – Wisconsin
Oluwole Betiku – Illinois
K’Lavon Chaisson – LSU
Nick Coe – Auburn
Carter Coughlin – Minnesota
Marlon Davidson – Auburn
A.J. Epenesa – Iowa
Jonathan Garvin – Miami
Trevis Gipson – Tulsa
Jonathan Greenard – Florida
Yetur Gross-Matos – Penn State
Alex Highsmith – Charlotte
Trevon Hill – Miami
Anfernee Jennings – Alabama
Khalid Kareem – Notre Dame
Terrell Lewis – Alabama
Julian Okwara – Notre Dame
Alton Robinson – Syracuse
Darrell Taylor – Tennessee
Derrek Tuszka – North Dakota
Josh Uche – Michigan
Curtis Weaver – Boise State
Kenny Willekes – Michigan State
D.J. Wonnum – South Carolina
Chase Young – Ohio State
Jabari Zuniga – Florida

2020 Interior Defenders

McTelvin Agim – Arkansas
Ross Blacklock – TCU
Derrick Brown – Auburn
Khalil Davis – Nebraska
Raekwon Davis – Alabama
Jordan Elliott – Missouri
Leki Fotu – Utah
Neville Gallimore – Oklahoma
Davon Hamilton – Ohio State
Benito Jones – Ole Miss
Javon Kinlaw – South Carolina
Rashard Lawrence – LSU
James Lynch – Baylor
Justin Madubuike – Texas A&M
Larrell Murchison – North Carolina State
John Penisini – Utah
Malcolm Roach – Texas
Bravvion Roy – Baylor
Jason Strowbridge – North Carolina
Raequan Williams – Michigan State
Robert Windsor – Penn State

2020 Linebackers

Joe Bachie – Michigan State
Markus Bailey – Purdue
Francis Bernard – Utah
Shaun Bradley – Temple
Jordyn Brooks – Texas Tech
Cameron Brown – Penn State
Akeem Davis-Gaither – App State
Michael Divinity Jr. – LSU
Troy Dye – Oregon
Willie Gay – Mississippi State
Malik Harrison – Ohio State
Kamal Martin – Minnesota
Kenneth Murray – Oklahoma
Dante Olson – Montana
Chris Orr – Wisconsin
Jacob Phillips – LSU
Shaquille Quarterman – Miami (Florida)
Patrick Queen – LSU
Isaiah Simmons – Clemson
Justin Strnad – Wake Forest
Davion Taylor – Colorado
Logan Wilson – Wyoming
David Woodward – Utah State

2020 Cornerbacks

Damon Arnette – Ohio State
Essang Bassey – Wake Forest
Myles Bryant – Washington
Cameron Dantzler – Mississippi State
Javaris Davis – Auburn
Trevon Diggs – Alabama
Kristian Fulton – LSU
Jeff Gladney – TCU
A.J. Green – Oklahoma State
Javelin Guidry – Utah
Bryce Hall – Virginia
Harrison Hand – Temple
C.J. Henderson – Florida
Lavert Hill – Michigan
Darnay Holmes – UCLA
Noah Igbinoghene – Auburn
Dane Jackson – Pittsburgh
Lamar Jackson – Nebraska
Jaylon Johnson – Utah
Michael Ojemudia – Iowa
Jeffrey Okudah – Ohio State
Troy Pride – Notre Dame
Amik Robertson – Louisiana Tech
Reggie Robinson – Tulsa
Stanford Samuels – Florida State
Josiah Scott – Michigan State
Levonta Taylor – Florida State
A.J. Terrell – Clemson
Kindle Vildor – Georgia Southern

2020 Safeties

Julian Blackmon – Utah
Antoine Brooks – Maryland
Terrell Burgess – Utah
Shyheim Carter – Alabama
Jeremy Chinn – Southern Illinois
Ashtyn Davis – California
Grant Delpit – LSU
Kyle Dugger – Lenoir-Rhyne
Jalen Elliott – Notre Dame
Reggie Floyd – VA Tech
Jordan Fuller – Ohio State
Alohi Gilman – Notre Dame
Khaleke Hudson – Michigan
Brandon Jones – Texas
Xavier McKinney – Alabama
Tanner Muse – Clemson
J.R. Reed – Georgia
Kenny Robinson – West Virginia
Geno Stone – Iowa
K’Von Wallace – Clemson
Antoine Winfield Jr. – Minnesota

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