The 2020 NFL Draft is just about here! The event kicks off Thursday evening at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network with LSU quarterback Joe Burrow going No. 1 overall to the Cincinnati Bengals. Chase Young is likely second off the board, and then the Detroit Lions could shake things up with the third overall pick.
This year’s draft features what many view as a historically good group of wide receivers, but also a light group of tight ends. We will see three quarterbacks going in the first round — potentially all in the top six — and maybe a fourth depending on what people think of Jordan Love. We might get one or two running backs on day one, but more than likely the run will start on day two.
We’ve gone through the skill position players and put together scouting reports on 38 of them, as well as a handful of non-skill position players. For the skill players, we’re focusing on what to expect of their fantasy football potential as rookies and beyond. For some it will depend significantly on where they are drafted, while others will be breakout stars regardless of who picks them.
We’ll follow up with more specifics after the draft, but for now, here’s what we’ve got!
Henry Ruggs III