2020 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings:
2020 NFL Draft Picks 1-20 | 2020 NFL Draft Picks 21-32 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Round 7
Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
The lack of production at WR for the Eagles was staggering, considering they made it to the post season. Yes, it is a deep draft for wide receivers, but the Eagles have a need so dire, they really need to go after the best talent available in the first round and start rebuilding that unit.
22. Buffalo Bills
Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt
The Bills still need to concentrate on fixing their offensive line. It is not for a lack of trying. But, having made the playoffs, it could be slim pickings even at this spot in the draft. However, a safety-valve TE can be a QB’s best friend, and should immediately help with deficiencies in protection.
Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
The lack of depth at the WR position for the Patriots last year was hard to watch at times. They worked hard to build a cohesive unit, but injuries and inexperience hampered them all year.
Curtis Weaver, DE/OLB, Boise State
The Saints have emerged as an excellent defensive team, when they can stay healthy. If they can develop more depth, particularly in the pass rush side of things, this team would be far more impervious to taking a step back when a key defensive player goes down.
Kenneth Murray, ILB, Oklahoma
The Vikings have one of the best rosters in the NFL, and can afford to be patient in the draft once again. They could be very tempted to add an additional skill position player as injuries have hampered them from time to time.
26. Miami Dolphins (from Houston)
Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
The Dolphins have to get a QB, OT, DE, and CB to start developing. Yes, they have a lot of draft picks, but they have those draft picks because they traded away young, super talented players.
27. Seattle Seahawks
Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
The elite secondary that the Seahawks leaned on for years isn’t quite developing its second act. The hit on mid to late round picks to build the legion of boom, but can’t expect that to happen again.
28. Baltimore Ravens
Terrell Lewis, OLB, Alabama
The Ravens have been very productive on both sides of the ball. They have drafted well, and can sit back and after the smoke clears, get the highest player on their board.
29. Tennessee Titans
Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
The Titans have been a fun team to see develop, and played some of the best football in the league the second half of the season. The team is built around having a dominant, versatile front seven.
Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin
The Packers are at their best when Rodgers is given ample time to do his magic. He can be “stubborn” with the ball at times, and the more time you can get him to scan the field, the more deadly he is. Furthermore, this team is determined to succeed in a power run scheme.
Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
Kansas City found a defense late in the year, and the desperate need for defenders that fit their new scheme seems to have lessened. They also started to find a run game. If they could develop a consistent, power run game they could be almost impossible to stop.
Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
Being really bad in the NFL has its perks, and the 49ers have proved that. They have stacked defensive talent through the draft, but perhaps a bit too much weighted on just the defensive line. Adding some more talent to the secondary would make it very difficult to move the ball on them.