Updated Top 10 Prospects for the 2020 NFL Draft

Photo Credit: Carl Ackerman Jr

Photo Credit: Carl Ackerman Jr

Every other week until the CFB season ends, I will be posting my updated top 10 rankings with the amount of spots that each prospect has moved. After two weeks of college football, my preseason rankings have been altered, and there has been some movement at the top end of my board.


1.  Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama 

Stock: Same 

2.  Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State 

Stock: Up 5 spots

3 Grant Delpit, SAF, LSU 

Stock: Down 1 spot 

4. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama 

Stock: Up 2 spots

5. AJ Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa 

Stock: Down 2 spots

6. Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa 

Stock: Up 3 spots 

7. Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

Stock: Up 3 Spots

8. Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn 

Stock: Same 

9. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon 

Stock: Down 4 spots

10. Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama 

Stock: Down 6 spots (Knee injury)

11 CeeDee Lamb, 12 Paulson Adebo, 13 Jeffrey Okudah, 14 Travis Etienne, 15 Tyler Biadasz

Biggest Riser: Chase Young

Young’s biggest issue coming into the season was an inconsistent pass rush plan. However, in his first two games of this season he has shown that he has adapted his skillset, and has better processing through his pass rush reps. If he continues to mix technique and processing in with his physical and athletic attributes, he could end up being my top rated prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Biggest Fallers-

Dylan Moses: Moses’ fall is nothing about a lack of talent. His decline in my rankings is all about the knee injury he sustained that will sideline him for the season. If he does declare, the 5-15 range will probably be where he is ranked.

Justin Herbert: Phew…. Assessing Herbert’s film can be intoxicating at times due to his excellent arm talent and some of the amazing throws that he makes. But for every couple crafty plays he ushers, there is one decision that he makes that turns out to be simply idiotic. Herbert lit up Nevada on Saturday, but after that inconsistent performance versus Auburn, I want to see more. If he can add more consistency to his game, he will leap back up into the top 5 of my rankings.

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