100 Days of 2020 NFL Draft Prospects

At the 100 Day till College Football mark we at NFL Draft Geek decided to highlight a different prospect each day leading up to the August 24th Florida vs Miami match up that kicks off the 2019 College Football Season. We’ll do a variety of different ways of highlighting prospects such as video breakdowns, twitter clips, stories and podcasts to get you familiar with these prospects. Players are not highlighted by rankings and instead in a random order. Hope you enjoy the 100 Days of 2020 NFL Draft Prospects!

Meet the 2020 NFL Draft Prospects

90. Alohi Gilman S Notre Dame

89. Shane Lemieux LG Oregon

88. Trey Smith OT Tennessee

87. Lamar Jackson CB Nebraska

86. Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M

85. Brandon Jones S Texas

84. Rashard Lawrence DT LSU

83. Terrell Lewis OLB Alabama

82. Yetur Gross-Matos DE Penn State

81. K’Lavon Chassion OLB LSU

80. JD Spielman WR Nebraska

79. Jared Pinkney TE Vanderbilt

78. Grant Calcaterra TE Oklahoma

77. Trey Sermon RB Oklahoma

76. JK Dobbins RB Ohio State

75. Anthony McFarland Jr. RB Maryland

74. Ke’Shawn Vaughn RB Vanderbilt

73. Javon Kinlaw DT South Carolina

72. Jake Bentley QB South Carolina

71. Mohamed Barry LB Nebraska

70. Sam Ehlinger QB Texas

69. Feleipe Franks QB Florida

68. Joe Burrow QB LSU

67. Jalen Reagor WR TCU

66. Nick Westbrook WR Indiana

65. Jeffrey Okudah CB Ohio State

64. Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

63. Walker Little OT Stanford

62. Alaric Jackson OT Iowa

61. Tristian Wirfs OT Iowa

60. Colby Parkinson TE Stanford

59. Andrew Thomas OT Georgia

58. Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State

57. Xavier McKinney S Alabama

56. 2019 NFL Supplemental Draft Preview

Instead of focusing on a specific prospect for today’s entry we take a look at five in our 2019 NFL Supplemental Draft Review. Here we will look at what the Supplemental Draft is, how it works and take a look at the prospects who are eligible to be claimed.

55. Albert Okwuegbunam TE Missouri

Just this past year we saw two tight ends from the same school go in the first round and one going in the top 10. If that is going to happen again, the likely guy is Missouri’s Albert Okwuegbunam. In our Summer Preview we take a look at the four traits that make him the top TE prospect.

54. Zack Moss RB Utah

Coming off back to back 1,000 yard seasons despite a leg injury that cut his season short Zack Moss is entering his senior year and looking for another big year before he enters the 2020 NFL Draft. Our Summer Preview takes a look at what Moss does well, where he struggles and what his NFL future could be.

53. Cam Akers RB Florida State

Rushing for 1,025 yards as a true freshman setting the Florida State record Cam Akers started his career off with a bang. But after a disappointing sophomore year Akers is looking to bounce back and regain his spot among the college football’s best running backs.

52. Eno Benjamin RB Arizona State

Eno Benjamin is looking to build off an breakout 2018 that saw him rush for 1,642 yards and 16 touchdowns. Here we’ll take a look at what Eno Benjamin does well, concerns we have and what his NFL draft future may hold.

51. Najee Harris RB Alabama

The former number one overall high school recruit Najee Harris has been able to shine in limited duty but now as the top back he’s poised for a big year as a junior. In our Summer NFL Draft Preview we take a look at Harris and what his NFL potential is.

50. Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama

We’ve even got two straight drafts without a receiver being drafted in the top 20. That likely changes in 2020 as Jerry Jeudy is now NFL Draft eligible and has all the makings of an elite NFL receiver. We look at 3 reasons why Jeudy could break that streak.

49. Tyler Johnson WR Minnesota

After a breakout junior season catching 78 passes for 1,169 yards and 12 touchdowns. Now entering his senior season Tyler Johnson is looking to build off of those numbers and cement his spot as one of the top receivers in the 2020 NFL Draft.

48. Kellen Mond QB Texas A&M

Entering his third year as the starter, Kellen Mond has shown plenty of promise and potential. In the NFL Draft Summer Preview we take a look at whether or not Mond has what it takes to be a 1st Round Pick.

47. Kristian Fulton CB LSU

LSU has produced cornerbacks to the NFL on a regular basis and Kristian Fulton is looking to be the next Tiger to go early in the NFL Draft. In this NFL Draft Summer Preview we’ll take a look at what Fulton does well, what concerns we have for him and what his NFL future may be.

46. D’Eriq King QB Houston

In our D’Eriq King Video Scouting Report we take a look at the game film and highlight the type of prospect he is. We also get into what King’s NFL Draft future is and what players he compares to.

45. Lavert Hill CB Michigan

As Hill enters his senior season he’s looking to join the likes of Rashan Gary, Devin Bush, Taco Charlton and Jabrill Peppers and become a first round draft pick. In our Lavert Hill NFL Draft Summer Preview we take a look at what Hill does well, what concerns we have and what his NFL future may be.

44. Trevon Diggs CB Alabama

In this Trevon Diggs Scouting Notes we take a look at his game against Mississippi where he showed us that he can be one of the top cornerbacks in a pretty loaded group.

43. Paulson Adebo CB Stanford

Entering his junior year Paulson Adego is draft eligible and the buzz surrounding him is starting to grow. In our Paulson Adebo NFL Draft Summer Preview we take a look at what makes him one of the best draft eligible cornerbacks.

42. Henry Ruggs WR Alabama

With so much firepower on the Crimson Tide’s offense it may be hard for players to find a place to make an impact. But that hasn’t stopped Henry Ruggs who is generating his own NFL Draft Buzz. We take a look a look at where Ruggs wins, what concerns we have and what his NFL future could be.

41. CJ Henderson CB Florida

In this CJ Henderson Summer NFL Draft Preview we’ll take a look at what Henderson does well, what concerns we have and what his NFL Draft potential could be.

40. Bryce Hall CB Virginia

Coming out of high school Bryce Hall was a barely recruited 2 Star receiver who went on to transform himself into a potential first round cornerback. In our Summer NFL Draft Preview we take a look at Hall’s traits and if he has a shot to be drafted in the first round.

39. Bryce Perkins QB Virginia

To say that Bryce Perkins has had a roller coaster football career so far is an understatement. After looking at his background we take a look at his traits and try to project his NFL future.

38. Cole McDonald QB Hawaii

With some 1st round buzz surrounding Hawaii’s Cole McDonald we take a look at the game tape to see McDonald’s traits and if this buzz is warranted.

37. Collin Johnson WR Texas

After turning down the NFL Draft this past year, Texas WR Collin Johnson is back on a loaded Longhorns team looking to make some noise this year. We take a look at Johnson’s traits and what his NFL future might be.

36. Steven Montez QB Colorado

Entering his final year as the starter we take a look at Colorado quarterback Steven Montez does well, his limitations and what his NFL Draft outlook is.

35. AJ Dillon RB Boston College

After two highly productive years AJ Dillon is NFL Draft eligible and we take a look at what he has to offer the league and which two current NFL running backs Dillon most compares to.

34. Travis Etienne RB Clemson

A huge piece to Clemson’s explosive offense, running back Travis Etienne has the traits to thrive in today’s NFL. Here we look at 3 reasons why Etienne may be considered the top draft eligible running back.

33. Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin

Jonathan Taylor is another in a long line of talented Badger running backs. In today’s entry we take a look at Jonathan Taylor’s traits and where he stands in comparison with the other Badgers running backs.

32. D’Andre Swift RB Georgia

Georgia RB D’Andre Swift was so talented that he was able to carve up a role in Georgia’s offense despite the team already having Sony Michel and Nick Chubb. And after a breakout year sharing duty with Elijah Holyfield in 2018, Swift is primed for a huge year in 2019 and we take a look at his NFL Draft potential.

31. Brian Lewerke QB Michigan State

After a disappointing junior season Brian Lewerke is looking to bounce back to being one of the talked about 2020 NFL Draft quarterbacks. We take a look at his traits to see if he has what it takes.

30. AJ Epenesa DE Iowa

With so many similarities between Iowa junior DE AJ Epenesa and last year’s second overall pick Nick Bosa we compare the two and see if Epenesa has what it takes to follow in Bosa’s footsteps and be a top draft pick.

29. Grant Delpit S LSU

In our Grant Delpit Scouting Report Video we highlight game clips that illustrate the type of prospect that Delpit is, how he can be used in the NFL and what current NFL safety he compares the most to.

28. Dylan Moses LB Alabama

We’ve seen our fare share of good linebacking prospects the last several years including many from Alabama. But Dylan Moses is a different level of linebacker and could go down as one of the best we’ve seen in years and maybe the best linebacking prospect out of Alabama in the Saban era. We take a look at why Moses could be.

27. Isaiah Simmons LB Clemson

Isaiah Simmons started at safety as a redshirt freshman but thrived when moved down to a stacked linebacker this last year. We take a look at Simmons skill set and how he projects to the NFL.

26. CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma

After seeing teammate Marquise Brown selected with the 25th pick, CeeDee Lamb is looking to be the next Oklahoma Sooner receiver to be taken in the first round of the NFL Draft. We take a look at why Lamb has a great shot to follow suit.

25. Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado

A receiver that can realistically play four different positions can really be a weapon for a creative NFL play caller. We take a look at Colorado’s Laviska Shenault and his versatility and athletic ability make him one of the top NFL Draft receiving prospects.

24. Chase Young DE Ohio State

Chase Young exploded onto the scene this past season and is already being talked about as one of the best pass rushing prospects. We dive into the tape and see what makes Chase Young an elite prospect.

23. McKenzie Milton QB Central Florida

After a nasty knee injury cut Central Florida quarterback McKenzie Milton’s 2018 season short and likely puts him out completely of the 2020 season, we take a look to see if Milton can regain his hype and NFL Stock.

22. Mason Fine QB North Texas

A back to back big years North Texas QB Mason Fine is looking to cap off his college career with an even stronger Senior year. We take a look at the Mean Green quarterback in our latest Video Scouting Report highlighting his traits and project him to the NFL.

21. Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma

Oklahoma made history by having Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray go number one overall in back to back years. And now the Sooners are in a unique position as they landed former National Championship quarterback Jalen Hurts from Alabama. We take a look at whether or not Jalen Hurts can make it three years in a row.

20. Tee Higgins WR Clemson

While the Clemson defensive line garnered most of the attention last season, it was the young playmakers that really helped the Tigers win the National championship. Here we look at receiver Tee Higgins and how he compares to superstar receiver Julio Jones.

19. Paddy Fisher LB Northwestern

All Paddy Fisher has done in his first two years at Northwestern is post back to back 100 plus tackle seasons. As the face of the Wildcats’ defense we take a look at Paddy Fisher’s NFL Draft outlook and whether those tackle numbers can continue in the NFL.

18. Derrick Brown DT Auburn

Known as an elite run defender Derrick Brown is a well known name in college football. But as he enters his final year we look to see if he is more of a Jeffery Simmons or Dexter Lawrence.

17. Jake Fromm QB Georgia

A big time recruit out of high school who took Georgia to the National Title Game during his true freshman season, there has always been a lot of hype around Jake Fromm. We take a look at that hype and determine whether he is an elite NFL Draft Prospect.

16. Jabari Zuniga DE Florida

After losing Jachai Polite and CeCe Jefferson to the NFL, the attention shifts to Jabari Zuniga. We take a look at what Zuniga does well and where he needs to improve.

15. Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama

The savior of Alabama’s 2017 National Title Win, Tua Tagovailoa was phenomenal in 2018 leading the Crimson Tide back to yet another National Title Game appearance. Here we take a look at Tua’s traits and why he is considered to be one of the top quarterback prospects in years.

14. Darrell Taylor OLB Tennessee

The NFL Draft Geek Film Room is back and today it looks at Tennessee outside linebacker Darrell Taylor. Watch as we take a look at game clips of Taylor to highlight the type of player he is and where he projects to the NFL.

13. Jordan Love QB Utah State

Jordan Love enjoyed a breakout year in 2018 and is already considered to be one of the top draft eligible quarterbacks. In today’s feature we take a look at Love’s traits and project whether or not he could be an eventual first round pick.

12. Shaquille Quarterman LB Miami

The Miami Hurricanes have a long history of good to great linebackers and this year they have a loaded group. One of them is Shaquille Quarterman who is looking to etch his name as the next good Hurricane Linebacker.

11. Nate Stanley QB Iowa

Last year at this time nobody really thought that Daniel Jones would be the second quarterback taken, let alone the 6th overall pick. Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley shares some interesting parallels to Jones and we take a look at whether Stanley can be the 2020 version of Daniel Jones.

10. Anfernee Jennings OLB Alabama

Heading back for his senior year Anfernee Jennings is hoping he can replicate the success Josh Allen had last year dominating the SEC. Here we take a look at Jennings strengths and weaknesses to determine if he can be someone that can develop into an elite NFL Draft pass rushing prospect.

9. KJ Costello QB Stanford

Stanford has a rich history of producing NFL quarterbacks and the next one on the list may be current starter KJ Costello. In today’s entry we look at the strengths and weakness of Costello and how he projects into the NFL.

8. Juwan Johnson WR Oregon

After a breakout sophomore season and a junior season that was filled with injuries and ineffectiveness he transferred to Oregon. Here we take a look at how Johnson can help elevate the Ducks offense as they try to break the Pac 12’s streak of missing the College Football Playoff.

7. Shea Patterson QB Michigan

Last year was suppose to be this huge year for Patterson who came from Ole Miss and was going to lead Jim Harbaugh’s offense. Instead Patterson and the offense struggled. But with a year under his belt and a new offensive coordinator we could see Patterson on the verge of a breakout year.

6. Jacob Eason QB Washington

After transferring from Georgia to his home state of Washington, Jacob Eason is looking to continue on from an impressive true freshman campaign. Here we take a look at Eason and why he has the potential to be a future number one overall pick.

5. Riley Neal QB Vanderbilt

After being a multi year starter at Ball State Riley Neal transferred to Vanderbilt in an effort to improve his stock. In today’s entry we look at what we want to see from Neal this year if he wants to improve his stock.

4. Trey Adams OT Washington Huskies

Trey Adams is a favorite of many analyst, but back to back season ending injuries have limited his ability to showcase his talents. On this entry of the #100Days of 2020 #NFLDraft Prospects looks at whether Adams can bounce back and enjoy a full season.

3. Raekwon Davis DT Alabama

Alabama has a strong history of churning out defensive line prospects to the NFL Draft and the next guy up could be senior Raekwon Davis. A massive man Davis has the ability to take over games. In this article we take a look at what Davis does well, where he can improve and what his outlook is.

2. Levonta Taylor CB Florida State

In today’s entry of the #100 Days of 2020 #NFLDraft Prospects we take a look at senior cornerback Levonta Taylor from Florida State. In this article we take a look at 3 Facts to Know about this prospect who we compare to a former first rounder.

1. Justin Herbert QB Oregon

The first entry to our #100Days of #NFLDraft Prospects we take a look at Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert in our scouting notes from last years game against Stanford. This was Herbert’s best game to date and really showcased what the star quarterback can do.

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