The 2020 draft class remains loaded with talent, but it did lose some firepower with Hubbard's decision to return to school. Hubbard was one of 2019's breakout stars, gaining 2,094 yards on the ground, another 198 through the air, and scoring 21 touchdowns. Hubbard became the first Oklahoma State back to eclipse 2,000 yards rushing since Barry Sanders' historic 1988 season. Despite the breakout performance, Hubbard was likely in the RB 5-7 range for this class behind D'Andre Swift, Travis Etienne, Jonathan Taylor, and JK Dobbins, and possibly Cam Akers as well. While fantasy owners in the back half of the first round surely would have liked a shot at a player of Hubbard's caliber that late in the round, the move makes some sense for him. By returning to school in 2020, Hubbard will have a shot at proving he should be the top RB in the 2021 class.