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 NFL 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 draft day approaches.

Note: All prospects are listed alphabetically by position.

Last Word on Pro Football 2020 NFL Draft Headquarters

2020 Quarterbacks

Joe Burrow – LSU
Jacob Eason – Washington
Jake Fromm – Georgia
Anthony Gordon – Washington State
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Tyler Huntley – Utah
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Jordan Love – Utah State
Josh Love – San Jose State
Shea Patterson – Michigan
Nate Stanley – Iowa
Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama

2020 Running Backs

Lynn Bowden Jr. – Kentucky
A.J. Dillon – Boston College
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Antonio Gibson – Memphis
Zack Moss – Utah
D’Andre Swift – Georgia
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Ke’Shawn Vaughn – Vanderbilt

2020 Wide Receivers

Brandon Aiyuk – Arizona State
Chase Claypool – Notre Dame
Devin Duvernay – Texas
Bryan Edwards – South Carolina
K.J. Hamler – Penn State
John Hightower – Boise State
Tee Higgins – Clemson
K.J. Hill – Ohio State
Justin Jefferson – LSU
Jauan Jennings – Tennessee
Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Denzel Mims – Baylor
Donovan Peoples-Jones – Michigan
Michael Pittman Jr. – USC
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Henry Ruggs – Alabama
Laviska Shenault – Colorado

2020 Tight Ends

Devin Asiasi – UCLA
Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic
Cole Kmet – Notre Dame
Cheyenne O’Grady – Arkansas
Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri
Thaddeus Moss – LSU
Adam Trautman – Dayton

2020 Offensive Linemen

Trey Adams – Washington
Ben Bartch – St. Johns
Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
Matt Hennessy РTemple
Jonah Jackson – Ohio State
Josh Jones РHouston
Solomon Kindley – Georgia
Netane Muti – Fresno State
Cesar Ruiz – Michigan
Simon Stepaniak – Indiana
Logan Stenberg – Kentucky
Jedrick Wills – Alabama
Tristan Wirfs – Iowa

2020 Edge Defenders

K’Lavon Chaisson – LSU
Marlon Davidson – Auburn
A.J. Epenesa – Iowa
Trevis Gipson – Tulsa
Anfernee Jennings – Alabama
Alex Highsmith – Charlotte
Terrell Lewis – Alabama
Julian Okwara – Notre Dame
Darrell Taylor – Tennessee
Chase Young – Ohio State

2020 Interior Defenders

McTelvin Agim – Arkansas
Neville Gallimore – Oklahoma
Javon Kinlaw – South Carolina
Justin Madubuike – Texas A&M
Bravvion Roy – Baylor

2020 Linebackers

Malik Harrison – Ohio State
Isaiah Simmons – Clemson
Chris Orr – Wisconsin
David Woodward – Utah State

2020 Cornerbacks

Cameron Dantzler – Mississippi State
Trevon Diggs – Alabama
Jeff Gladney – TCU
Jeffrey Okudah – Ohio State
A.J. Terrell – Clemson

2020 Safeties

Terrell Burgess – Utah
Jeremy Chinn – Southern Illinois
Grant Delpit – LSU
Kyle Dugger – Lenoir-Rhyne
Xavier McKinney – Alabama
Geno Stone РIowa

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