2020 NFL Big Board

afootballaddict.com’s 2020 NFL Draft Big Board

The 2020 NFL Draft class has amazing prospects at nearly every position there is, and This is the first version of my NFL Draft Big Board that I have put out to the public, and hopefully will increase as we get closer to April.

Below the Big Board will be my biggest risers and fallers in the 2020 NFL Draft, and why I think those prospects deserve said ranking. I take into fact on the field performance, positional value, injuries, and off the field concerns. I will be updating it more and more often as we get closer to the 2020 NFL Draft.

2020 NFL Big Board Updated (12/21/19)

1Chase YoungOhio StateEdge6’5265 Lbs
2Joe BurrowLSUQB6’4216 Lbs
3Andrew ThomasGeorgiaOT6’5320 Lbs
4Jerry JeudyAlabamaWR6’1192 Lbs
5Isaiah SimmonsClemsonS/OLB6’3225 Lbs
6Jeffrey Okudah Ohio StateCB6’1200 Lbs
7Tristan WirfsIowaOT6’5320 Lbs
8CeeDee LambOklahomaWR6’2190 Lbs
9A.J. Epenesa IowaDE6’6280 Lbs
10Derrick BrownAuburnDT6’5316 Lbs
11Grant DelpitLSUS6’3203 Lbs
12Kristian Fulton Jr.LSUCB6’0192 Lbs
13Justin HerbertOregonQB6’6231 Lbs
14Tua Tagovailoa*AlabamaQB6’1218 Lbs
15Tyler BiadaszWisconsinC6’3315 Lbs
16Jedrick Wills JrAlabamaOT6’5320 Lbs
17Curtis WeaverBosie StateEdge6’3266 Lbs
18Shane LumieuxOregonOG6’4316 Lbs
19Jalen ReagorTCUWR5’11195 Lbs
20Laviska Shenault Jr.ColoradoWR6’2220 Lbs
21Jonathan TaylorWisconsinRB5’11215 Lbs
22Creed HumphreyOklahomaC6’5315 Lbs
23Javon KinlawSouth CarolinaDL6’6310 Lbs
24Alex LeatherwoodAlabamaOG6’6304 Lbs
25Kenneth Murray JrOklahomaOLB6’2238 Lbs+11
26Tee HigginsClemsonWR6’4200 Lbs+2
27K’Lavon ChaissonLSUOLB6’4249 Lbs-1
28Jacob EasonWashingtonQB6’6228 Lbs-1
29Bryce HallVirginiaCB6’1200 Lbs
30Dylan MosesAlabamaILB6’3235 Lbs
31C.J. HendersonFloridaCB6’1186 Lbs+2
32Malik HarrisonOhio StateILB6’3245 Lbs-7
33D’Andre SwiftGeorgiaRB5’9215 Lbs+5
34Tommy KraemerNotre DameOG6’6319 Lbs+1
35Trevon DiggsAlabamaCB6’2195 Lbs+10
36Terrell LewisAlabamaEDGE6’5256 Lbs+1
37Albert OkwuegbunamMissouriTE6’5256 Lbs-3
38Xavier McKinneyAlabamaS6’1196 Lbs+1
39Jaylon JohnsonUtahCB6’0190 Lbs+4
40Jalen HurtsOklahomaQB6’2225 Lbs
41Yetur Gross-MatosPenn StateEdge6’4262 Lbs
42J.R. ReedGeorgiaS6’1194 Lbs
43Jeff GladneyTCUCB6’0183 Lbs+6
44Paulson AdeboStanfordCB6’1190 Lbs-13
45Trey AdamsWashingtonOT6’8327 Lbs+17
46Najee HarrisAlabamaRB6’2230 Lbs-2
47Henry Ruggs IIIAlabamaWR5’11185 Lbs
48Ashtyn DavisCaliforniaS6’1201 Lbs+2
49Jordan LoveUtah StateQB6’4225 Lbs+2
50J.K DobbinsOhio StateRB5’10208 Lbs-2

Biggest Risers

Kenneth Murray Jr

After looking back on some of Oklahoma’s tape, Murray rose to my top inside linebacker, and a total of 11 spots up my new big board. I love his versatility overall as a linebacker, he can line up anywhere you would like and has the speed to cover everything inside the numbers himself.

Trey Adams

Trey Adams jumped 17 spots due to Walker Little returning for his senior year. His injuries are a major concern, especially at 6’8 320 lbs, but now looks to be an early Day 2 pick.

Jaylon Johnson/Jeff Gladney

After diving even deeper into the cornerback class, there was a lot of shifting that happened, thus Johnson and Gladney both jumped 10 spots from my last Big Board. Both players have popped out on the screen during their games as of late, where A.J. Terrell from Clemson has done the opposite for me.

Biggest Fallers

Tyler Biadasz

The Wisconsin offensive lineman is still the best amongst the interior offensive lineman for this class, but I did drop him six spots (9th -> 15th). Talents like Derrick Brown, Tua, and Herbert are just at position that have a higher need of hitting at.

David Woodward

Woodward is a prospect that I like a lot and think is pretty underrated player coming into this draft. The Utah State prospect suffered an undisclosed injury that put him out for the season back in the beginning of November. Due to that I dropped him eight spots as he has a good amount of health concerns.