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Mar 1, 2020; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes defensive back Jeff Okudah (DB24) changes his shoes after completing the broad jump during the 2020 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Prospect fits for all 32 teams coming out of the 2020 NFL Combine

In this exercise, we'll look at players who fill a need and fit into what each team likes to do, eschewing the structure of the draft order itself. Most of these guys are first-round talents — they're the easiest players to project into an immediate role at the next level — but there are a couple potential mid- to late-round gems as well. Read more…


2020 NFL Draft: Prospects PFF doesn't like as much as other scouts and media

After spending the past week analyzing pre-and post-Combine data to get a better understanding of the hundreds of prospects set to hear their names called in the 2020 NFL Draft, let's dive into some of the prospects PFF feels are being overrated by scouts and media outlets. Read more…


2020 NFL Draft: Prospects PFF likes more than other scouts and media

The pre-draft landscape has been forever altered by the Combine. So, with the help of PFF's advanced database, top-150 big board and 2020 NFL Draft Guide, let's look at some of the prospects who we feel aren’t getting enough love by scouts and other media outlets. Read more…


2020 NFL Draft: The pros and cons of LSU's K'Lavon Chaisson

Now that draft season is in full swing, I'm sure you've probably heard that this particular class offers a weak crop of pass-rushers after Ohio State's Chase Young. This is true. However, this doesn't mean that teams are going to stop drafting them early. You can count the number of teams on one hand that aren't in the market for another edge rusher, meaning that some less-than-perfect prospects will get pushed up draft boards. Read more…


Projecting Ohio State CB Jeffrey Okudah's impact as an NFL player

The passing game is king in the NFL, and as a result, stopping the pass is of utmost importance. While resistance is often futile, as it was in Super Bowl LIV, collecting a number of solid players in coverage gives teams a much bigger chance than hoping that pass rush, scheme or, frankly, poor play by an offense will hold up. And hence the draft-day case of Jeffrey Okudah from Ohio State. Read more…


 

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