PFF has released the first version of its Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide!
Available to all of PFF’s EDGE and ELITE subscribers, PFF’s Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide is chock full of 347 pages loaded with background information, analysis, advanced statistics, grades, round projections, player comparisons and more on 150 potential 2020 NFL Draft prospects. Subscribe today for as low as $9.99 to receive your copy of the guide.
All existing EDGE and ELITE subscribers can download the Preseason 2020 NFL Draft guide here.
Version 1 — August 12, 2019
Version 2 — October 14, 2019
150 Two-Page Player Profiles
Page 1 of PFF’s 150 two-page player profiles in the Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide includes notable pre-college background information and valuable in-school information to preview the prospect’s recruiting background, injury history, any notable off-field concerns and more. PFF’s Lead Draft Analyst Mike Renner also included his NFL player comparison for nearly every prospect in the guide. On the numbers side of things, page 1 includes three-year grades and stats for every prospect in addition to listed height, weight and 247Sports Composite star status.
Moving the page 2 of the player profiles, PFF’s Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide includes more advanced stats for every player and compare those to the class average. Renner also offers his list of pros and cons for every prospect in addition to a “Bottom Line” and round projection for all 150 players.
Draft Board + Mock Draft + Prospect Superlatives
Renner, in addition to loading the guide with information on 150 players, has put together a preseason big board and position rankings for all the players in the guide. Though his initial list won’t be the same when April 2020 comes around, the big board and position rankings offer great insight on where Renner currently see the 2020 class.
Renner also added his first mock draft for the 2020 NFL Draft to the guide and prospect superlatives by position, including things like “Best Deep Threat” and “Best Route-Runner” for the wide receiver position.
For those interested in just the numbers, a stats appendix is attached to the back-end of the guide to provide many the advanced stats referenced in the guide in tabular format.
All of PFF’s EDGE and ELITE subscribers have access to PFF’s Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide. Version 1 includes all of the above, and a second version will be released on October 14, 2019 with more profiles and information.
Subscribe to PFF’s EDGE or ELITE subscription today to you download your copy of PFF’s Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide.