2020 NFL Draft Big Board: Top 50 players Post-Senior Bowl week

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Derrick Brown 2020 NFL Draft

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Here is a big board ranking the top prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft

We are now officially in the 2020 NFL draft season.

While we still have Super Bowl LIV to look forward to this weekend, the festivities of the CFB playoffs and the 2020 Reese’s Senior Bowl are now squarely in our rearview mirror, which to most people signals the start of draft season. From here on out we have our sights set on events such as the NFL Combine, the various college pro days and ultimately, the 2020 NFL Draft.

Overall, the 2020 NFL Draft class is shaping up to be a fairly strong class, filled with many potentially high-impact players. Its main strengths can be found in positions such as wide receiver, running back and corner while a few underclassmen declarations have boosted the tight end and linebacker groups. The edge and offensive tackle groups, while they have their critics still boast some potentially impactful players that could have great success in the league.

However, as with any draft class, the attention is always directed towards the quarterback groups and the 2020 NFL Draft is no different. A group, that going into the year received enormous hype has now seen its overall stock fall sharply, as an injury and some highly inconsistent play has caused such a fall from grace. Despite this, the 2020 NFL Draft quarterback class displays a great deal of potential, so much so that it might tempt GMs to bet on their upside.

It’s worth noting that these rankings are subject to change as the process of evaluating prospects progresses through this spring. So with that, here are the top 50 prospects of the 2020 NFL Draft.

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