Though this mock draft seems unlikely, stranger things have happened. Tom Brady was drafted in the sixth round, and Trent Richardson was a bust. The truth is, we just don’t know where these players will land and how effective they will be at the pro-level.
Regardless of how I feel about the platform, I’m thankful to PFF for providing this simulator. It offers a chance to use their board of rankings, and that can differ from that of The Draft Network, Pro Football Network, or Fanspeak.
The 2020 NFL Draft will be different than ever before, but you can count on the fact that the 32 NFL general managers will follow the same protocol, and yet have entirely unique “big boards.”
The wait for the 2020 NFL Draft is almost over, and in 14 days, we will know the potential of the Tennessee Titans rookie class. For now, the mocks will have to suffice.