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2020 NFL Draft Prospects

In order to prepare you for your own dynasty start-up or rookie fantasy football draft, we will cover all of the fantasy relevant 2020 NFL Draft prospects leading up to and well after the NFL Draft. Below are links to our articles covering all of the 2020 NFL rookies. Be sure to check out all of these excellent articles, as well all of our other as other valuable draft prospect & NFL rookie research tools, including;

 

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All 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Articles

 

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at CeeDee Lamb, WR Oklahoma

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at CeeDee Lamb, WR Oklahoma

CeeDee Lamb was one of the most dominant receivers in college football over the past two seasons and consistently made highlight catches and big plays. He is incredibly dangerous after the catch and took many shallow crossing routes, turning them into big plays. Lamb is a tall, dominant receiver who will be taken in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft - how does he project to the next level? AS A RECRUIT Lamb ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Laviska Shenault, WR Colorado

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Laviska Shenault, WR Colorado

The DEVY community has been looking towards the mountains of Colorado for years. A fascinating size/speed athlete who took the Pac-12 and the college crowd by storm, Laviska Shenault may represent an interesting schism between the film and the analytics crowd. How much do we believe in the talent? Are there mile-high warning signs for us to be concerned about? AS A RECRUIT Listed at 6'1" and 203 pounds, Shenault was a three-star recruit in ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jalen Reagor, WR TCU

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jalen Reagor, WR TCU

You may not know the name Jalen Reagor yet, but after the NFL Scouting Combine, I can assure you, you won’t forget it. When you think about the big-play receiver who can line up anywhere on an offense as well as be utilized in the return game, Reagor is your guy.  AS A RECRUIT Reagor was a consensus four-star recruit out of Waxahachie, Texas. According to 247Sports, Reagor’s .9566 composite ranking rated him as the ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Travis Etienne, RB Clemson

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Travis Etienne, RB Clemson

Travis Etienne has been one of the most explosive and dynamic players in college football the past two seasons and is one of the top backs in the 2020 NFL Draft. But where does he fit in? He doesn’t have the gaudy rushing numbers and carries of Jonathan Taylor, the overall skillset of D'Andre Swift, or the prolific overall numbers of JK Dobbins. Many have Etienne as the fourth running back in the class, some ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Henry Ruggs III, WR Alabama

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Henry Ruggs III, WR Alabama

Fantasy players have been chasing the next Tyreek Hill since he broke out for the Chiefs. Speed constantly pushes talent up draft boards and gets fantasy owners excited. Whether it’s John Ross or Marquise Brown, NFL general managers and fantasy players have been scouring for the next speed freak. In 2020, prepare to be wowed by Alabama’s Henry Ruggs. AS A RECRUIT Listed at 6’0" and 190 pounds, Ruggs was a four-star recruit in the ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at JK Dobbins, RB Ohio State

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at JK Dobbins, RB Ohio State

This year’s running back class will down in history as one of the most talent-laden classes in the history of the NFL Draft. We should see multiple fantasy producers from this class. You never know, some of these players might eventually develop into future first-round startup picks. There are around four to five running backs who could easily be the RB1 in any other draft class. JK Dobbins is one of those running backs who ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Cam Akers, RB Florida State

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Cam Akers, RB Florida State

The 2020 draft class is going to shake up the NFL landscape and how we view and value dynasty assets going forward. We have a draft class that is deep at both running back and wide receiver. Evaluations for these players are going to be all over the place. We are going to see a lot of volatility in rankings and rookie drafts. We can capitalize on that by using the off-season to do our ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jonathan Taylor, RB Wisconsin

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jonathan Taylor, RB Wisconsin

Jonathan Taylor is highly regarded as one of college football’s brightest stars at the running back position and is expected to be another impact difference-maker on Sundays. For those of you not intimately acquainted with the nuances of Taylor’s game, we’ll dive into his background and discuss his strengths, weaknesses, and future dynasty value and potential. As A Recruit Taylor was a consensus three-star recruit out of Salem, New Jersey. According to 247Sports, Taylor’s .8854 ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jerry Jeudy, WR Alabama

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at Jerry Jeudy, WR Alabama

Jerry Jeudy has been talked up as one of the premier wide receiver prospects in the nation for a couple of seasons now, and the Alabama product is fully expected to make the jump to the professional level. All college football fanatics are familiar with his game, as he’s the most recognizable name on a depth chart filled with future NFL talent. What makes Jeudy special and how will his game translate to the next ...
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2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at D'Andre Swift, RB Georgia

2020 Rookie Class: An Early Look at D’Andre Swift, RB Georgia

When you think about the NFL game today and how fantasy points are scored, you want a running back who can not only bang between the tackles, but also give you upside in the receiving game. The prospect in the 2020 class who brings both of these skills to the table more than any other is University of Georgia running back D'Andre Swift. AS A RECRUIT The 5’9”, 215-pound Swift was a five-star recruit in ...
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