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Thor's AFC Draft Haul Rankings

by Thor Nystrom
Updated On: June 24, 2020, 11:48 am ET

Below, you’ll find a table that ranks each AFC team’s finish in a variety of metrics that went into deriving the final Draft Haul rankings. For an in-depth explanation into methodology, please check out the first part of our three-part Draft Haul series, which was published on Thursday.


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Key

Equity: Draft equity, the value of picks used in the 2020 NFL Draft

D-Class: Draft Class, a measure of talent acquired in the 2020 NFL Draft

D-ROI: Draft Return on Investment, a rate stat showing the value each team derived out of their 2020 NFL Draft picks

GPA: Grade Point Average shows what the media graded each class, as calculated by Rene Bugner

T-Class: Total Class, a measure of combined talent acquired in the 2020 NFL Draft and UDFA signings

2021 picks: The total number of picks currently projected to be held in next year’s draft. *Note: This includes projected compensatory picks, which can change

2021 equity points: An attempt to quantify the total value of each team’s current projected 2021 NFL Draft pick holdings

 

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Key

Haul score: Combined elements of each team’s draft class, UDFA crop, ROI and media GPA to produce a final score to encompass and quantify how each organization performed during the totality of the rookie acquisition process

Draft score: Derived from talent acquired in the draft against draft equity spent (ROI), with media GPA used as a modifier, to rank which teams did the best inside the 2020 NFL Draft

UDFA score: My scores and rankings of each team’s UDFA class

T-ROI: Total Return on Investment, a rate stat showing the combined value each team derived out of their 2020 NFL Draft picks and UDFA haul against the pick equity they used in the draft


cincy
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.1 Joe Burrow QB1 1 --- --- Tony Romo 6'3 221
2.33 Tee Higgins WR10 56 --- 4.2 Mike Williams 6'4 216
3.65 Logan Wilson LB7 67 60.8 8.98 Nick Kwiatkoski 6'2 241
4.107 Akeem Davis-Gaither LB5 51 --- --- Maurice Alexander 6'1 224
5.147 Khalid Kareem EDGE14 121 --- --- Jordan Jenkins 6'4 268
6.180 Hakeem Adeniji OT16 168 75.3 8.21 T.J. Clemmings 6'4 302
7.215 Markus Bailey LB14 132 --- --- Austin Calitro 6'0 235
PFA Mitchell Wilcox TE19 330 9.0 2.51 Kaden Smith 6'3 247
PFA Tyler Clark DL32 372 --- --- DeMarcus Christmas 6'3 289
PFA Scotty Washington WR57 440 --- --- Marlon Brown 6'5 217
PFA Marcel Spears Jr. LB50 495 --- --- Jermaine Grace 6'0 221
PFA Devwah Whaley RB55 --- --- --- --- 5'10 216
PFA Kendall Futrell LB64 --- --- --- --- 6'2 222
PFA Josh Knipfel OT60 --- --- --- --- 6'5 309
PFA Clay Cordasco iOL54 --- --- --- --- 6'5 306

 

1 (4.) Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals had a ton of draft capital -- No. 2 in the NFL -- and used it wisely, leaving the draft with the most talent acquired in the league by my metrics. Top-overall pick QB Joe Burrow was obviously the story, but getting the linebacking trio of Logan Wilson, Akeem Davis-Gaither and Markus Bailey for third, fourth and seventh-round picks was also a nifty bit of thrift shopping. The media at large ranked the class No. 5 in GPA. With this much talent acquired in the draft, Cincy didn’t need to do much afterwards in the UDFA free-for-all. And they really didn’t, with a 29th-ranked UDFA class. That said, Clay Cordasco, Tyler Clark and Marcel Spears all look to have decent shots to hang. And even with UDFAs included, Cincy still ended up No. 1 in the NFL in total rookie talent acquired.

 


miami
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.5 Tua Tagovailoa QB2 2 --- --- Steve Young 6’0 217
1.18 Austin Jackson OT7 35 83.3 9.38 D.J. Humphries 6'5 322
1.30 Noah Igbinoghene CB8 42 66.3 8.74 Kareem Jackson 5'10 198
2.39 Robert Hunt iOL4 89 --- --- Lake Tomlinson 6'5 325
2.56 Raekwon Davis DL8 63 23.9 6.22 Jared Odrick 6'6 311
3.70 BranDon Jones S12 175 --- --- Patrick Chung 5'11 198
4.111 Solomon Kindley iOL20 273 11.4 5.21 Denver Kirkland 6'3 337
5.154 Jason Strowbridge EDGE19 161 21.4 9.4 Bilal Nichols 6'4 275
5.164 Curtis Weaver EDGE5 44 --- 7.13 Jabaal Sheard 6'2 265
6.185 Blake Ferguson LS NR --- --- --- 6'3 229
7.246 Malcolm Perry WR37 295 78.1 3.06 Joshua Cribbs 5'9 194
PFA Benito Jones DL19   7.9 1.31 D.J. Jones 6'1 316
PFA Bryce Sterk EDGE34   --- --- Parker Hesse 6'4 262
PFA Kirk Merritt WR47   --- --- Stacy Coley 5'11 208
PFA Nick Kaltmayer OT39   --- --- Sean Hickey 6'7 313
PFA Ray Lima DL41   --- --- Ken Bishop 6'2 302
PFA Tyshun Render EDGE45   --- --- Avery Moss 6'4 259
PFA Matt Cole WR67   --- --- --- 5'10 197
PFA Donell Stanley iOL50   --- --- --- 6'2 322
PFA Kylan Johnson LB69   --- --- --- 6'1 231

 

2 (5). Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins used the most draft ammunition in the league to bring in the second-most talent overall. While I nitpicked a few of the selections, the media ranked Miami No. 10 in GPA, boosting the Fins’ Draft Haul ranking just a bit. Kudos to the Dolphins for playing the media like fiddles with the Justin Herbert smokescreens and taking the superior player in QB Tua Tagovailoa, and for getting one of the draft’s biggest bargains in EDGE Curtis Weaver, a fifth-round steal. The Dolphins unearthed a few UDFA gems last year in WR Preston Williams and CB Nik Needham, and will try to recreate history with a crop led by DT Benito Jones and WR Kirk Merritt. Like Williams, Merritt went undrafted because of off-the-field issues. And like Neeham, Benito dropped out of Round 7 because of poor testing. Looking to the future, the Dolphins have the most 2021 NFL Draft equity of any team in the NFL, and it isn’t close. Assuming the year upcoming is another rebuilding campaign, don’t fret, South Beach -- if Tua is who we think he is and the rest of this class pans out long-term, next year’s mega-class could push this team back into playoff contention.

 


jags
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.9 CJ Henderson CB2 13 ~95 10 Marcus Peters 6'0 204
1.20 K'Lavon Chaisson EDGE3 18 --- --- Andre Carter 6'3 254
2.42 Laviska Shenault WR4 19 --- 7.18 JuJu Smith-Schuster 6'1 227
3.73 DaVon Hamilton DL12 119 26.0 7.16 Pat Sims 6'3 320
4.116 Ben Bartch OT11 79 --- --- Riley Reiff 6'6 309
4.137 Josiah Scott CB15 103 --- --- Avonte Maddox 5'9 185
4.140 Shaquille Quarterman LB24 211 29.1 4.84 Andre Smith 6'0 234
5.157 Daniel Thomas S15 201 90.9 9.44 Aric Morris 5'10 215
5.165 Collin Johnson WR24 193 --- --- Malcom Floyd 6'6 222
6.189 Jake Luton QB11 241 --- --- Ryan Mallett 6'6 224
6.206 Tyler Davis TE40 NR --- --- --- 6'4 243
7.223 Chris Claybrooks CB67 NR --- --- --- 5'8 177
PFA James Robinson RB15 159 87.8 8.34 Isaiah Crowell 5'9 219
PFA J.R. Reed S14 195 66.2 8.67 Quandre Diggs 6'0 202
PFA Luq Barcoo CB39 286 --- --- JaMarcus King 6'0 172
PFA Tavien Feaster RB31 317 --- --- Mike Boone 5'11 221
PFA Steve Nielsen OT28 313 --- --- Jerry Ugokwe 6'7 291
PFA Doug Costin DL29 331 --- --- Angelo Blackson 6'2 291
PFA Ben Ellefson TE22 392 --- --- Rhett Ellison 6'3 251
PFA Tre'Vour Wallace-Simms iOL34 428 --- --- Quinton Spain 6'4 351
PFA Kobe Williams CB64 --- --- --- --- 5'9 169
PFA Josh Hammond WR71 --- --- --- --- 6'0 194
PFA Nate Evans LB66 --- --- --- --- 6'1 240
PFA Nathan Cottrell RB60 --- --- --- --- 5'10 193

 

3 (6.) Jacksonville Jaguars

Just a well-rounded process for the Jaguars overall. Jacksonville finished No. 6 in both Draft Score and in the UDFA class rankings and naturally checked in No. 6 in the NFL (and No. 3 in the AFC) in the overall Draft Haul rankings. I was higher on Jacksonville’s draft than the media at large, which ranked the Jags No. 11 in GPA. CB C.J. Henderson and EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson were no-doubt picks at positions of need. WR Laviska Shenault was grand theft in the second-round, while OT Ben Bartch and CB Josiah Scott were both big-time fourth-round values. Jacksonville also brought in a strong UDFA crop, giving San Diego State CB Luq Barcoo, a Thorpe Award semifinalist last year, a record $180,000 in guarantees, better than Barcoo would have gotten had he been picked in Rounds 6 or 7. RB James Robinson is a Philip Lindsay immediate-impact UDFA candidate if Leonard Fournette ends up getting dealt before the season starts. Even if not, I like his odds of carving out a niche long-term. The Jaguars may be amid an identity shift right now, but holding their own highly-valuable R1 pick next year along with the Rams’ top pick, Jacksonville boasts the second-most 2021 draft equity in the league, behind only Miami. If 2020 is a disaster, the Jags can snap up one of the 2021 class’ three elite projected quarterbacks -- Trevor Lawrence, Trey Lance or Justin Fields -- and still have ample ammunition to fill its remaining holes.

 


bills
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
2.54 AJ Epenesa EDGE2 17 15.1 4.3 Trey Flowers 6'5 275
3.86 Zack Moss RB6 86 27.6 3.17 Kareem Hunt 5'9 223
4.128 Gabriel Davis WR21 141 38.9 7.11 Quincy Adeboyejo 6'2 216
5.167 Jake Fromm QB6 84 22.4 2.55 Chase Daniel 6’2 219
6.188 Tyler Bass K2 244 --- --- Cairo Santos 5'11 185
6.207 Isaiah Hodgins WR17 113 70.7 7.04 Geronimo Allison 6'4 210
7.239 Dane Jackson CB27 197 30.1 4.38 Mackenzie Alexander 6'0 187
PFA Trey Adams OT14 129 2.4 1.5 Alex Boone 6'8 318
PFA Brandon Walton OT43 439 --- --- Christian DiLauro 6'4 311
PFA Antonio Williams RB52 --- --- --- Alfred Morris 5'10 210
PFA Marquel Harrell iOL51 --- --- --- --- 6'3 309
PFA Garrett Taylor S55 --- --- --- --- 6'0 203
PFA Josh Thomas S56 --- --- --- --- 6'0 205

 

4 (7). Buffalo Bills

Following the Stefon Diggs trade with the Vikings, the Bills were without a first-round pick. As such, Buffalo ended up spending the least draft equity in the league on draft picks. But while the Bills were pick-poor, they sure made the ones they submitted count, finishing with the best return on investment in the entire NFL both in the draft and overall (with UDFA included). EDGE A.J. Epenesa is a first-round player who people overthought because of poor testing for an EDGE (he actually tested really well for an iDL), causing him to drop to the middle of the second and, in essence, allow the Bills to recoup the first-rounder they shipped to Minny for Diggs. RB Zack Moss was an awesome value, and Buffalo got strong Day 3 values in QB Jake Fromm and WR Isiah Hodgins. In the UDFA ranks, the Bills scooped up Washington T Trey Adams, who once upon a time was seen as a future top-10 overall prospect. Once upon a time seems like forever ago, multiple season-ending injuries ago. Time sapped Adams of athleticism, durability, and, finally, the NFL’s confidence. Still, I ranked him as the class’ No. 14 tackle and a pre-draft fourth-round value. The Diggs acquisition isn’t even factored into Buffalo’s lofty Draft Haul ranking; if you believe he’s well worth the first-rounder it took to acquire him, you could argue the Bills had a top-five overall process.

 


newyork
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.11 Mekhi Becton OT4 16 --- 9.78 Orlando Brown 6'7 364
2.59 Denzel Mims WR6 25 94.6 9.78 DJ Chark 6'3 207
3.68 Ashtyn Davis S5 58 --- --- Tyvon Branch 6'1 202
3.79 Jabari Zuniga EDGE9 87 ~85 9.74 Matt Judon 6'3 264
4.120 Lamical Perine RB11 138 51.3 6.73 Alexander Mattison 5'11 216
4.125 James Morgan QB10 202 22.8 --- Sean Mannion 6'3 213
4.129 Cameron Clark OT22 242 12.3 3.42 Marshall Newhouse 6'4 308
5.158 Bryce Hall CB13 92 --- --- Aaron Williams 6'1 202
6.191 Braden Mann P1 206 --- --- Shane Lechler 5'11 198
PFA Javelin Guidry CB22 162 --- 9.42 Mark Fields 5'9 191
PFA Lamar Jackson CB26 192 64.5 6.72 Anthony Averett 6'2 208
PFA Shyheim Carter CB29 229 --- --- Jordan Poyer 5'10 194
PFA Jared Hilbers OT24 266 --- --- Sam Young 6'6 310
PFA Bryce Huff EDGE29 275 --- --- Sio Moore 6'1 254
PFA Lawrence Cager WR48 374 --- --- Justin Watson 6'4 220
PFA Domenique Davis DL57 --- --- --- --- 6'1 307
PFA Sterling Johnson DL58 --- --- --- --- 6'3 300

 

5 (9). New York Jets

Slick work throughout the process by the Jets, who filled need areas with strong value in the draft and inked a strong UDFA class when the draft closed up shop on Saturday night. The board fell really well for Gang Green, with OT Mekhi Becton skipping down to 1.11 and WR Denzel Mims unexpectedly available at 2.59. Both figure to be immediate starters. RB Lamical Perine and S Ashtyn Davis will likely see the field plenty as rookies as well. In the UDFA free-for-all, the Jets were sitting dead-red on the class’ top unpicked corners. I ranked Javelin Guidry, Lamar Jackson and Shyheim Carter as the second, fifth and seventh-best undrafted corners in the class, respectively, and tagged the trio with Rounds 5, 6 and 7 grades prior to the draft, respectively. All in all, the Jets acquired the seventh-most total rookie talent while spending the 11th-most draft equity, leaving the process with the eighth-best ROI in the league. Fans may have to be patient, but a franchise turn could be right around the corner. The Jets currently project to have the fourth-most 2021 draft equity in the NFL.

 


baltimore
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.28 Patrick Queen LB2 22 83.8 8.1 Thomas Davis 6'0 229
2.55 JK Dobbins RB5 77 --- --- Domanick Williams 5'9 209
3.71 Justin Madubuike DL3 38 --- 9.18 Kenny Clark 6'2 293
3.92 Devin Duvernay WR15 99 68.2 8.24 Hakeem Nicks 5'10 200
3.98 Malik Harrison LB9 85 77.2 9.55 Germaine Pratt 6'3 247
3.106 Tyre Phillips iOL11 164 17.7 6.17 Ty Nsekhe 6'5 331
4.143 Ben Bredeson iOL9 154 56.5 8.6 Joe Dahl 6'4 315
5.170 Broderick Washington Jr. DL23 255 --- --- Andrew Billings 6'2 305
6.201 James Proche WR25 205 --- 3.99 Hunter Renfrow 5'11 201
7.219 Geno Stone S10 130 25.7 2.91 Todd Scott 5'10 207
PFA Chauncey Rivers EDGE26 243 1.1 1.34 Ifeadi Odenigbo 6'2 262
PFA Jacob Breeland TE16 263 --- --- Luke Stocker 6'5 252
PFA Tyler Huntley QB19 325 --- --- Vernon Adams 6'0 196
PFA Ty'Son Williams RB34 364 --- --- Alex Collins 5'11 218
PFA Trystan Colon-Castillo iOL28 363 56.7 8.37 Colby Gossett 6'3 313
PFA Sean Pollard iOL29 366 --- --- Avery Genessy 6'5 309
PFA John Daka EDGE38 376 --- --- Jeff Holland 6'2 224
PFA Daishawn Dixon iOL33 423 --- --- Jamil Demby 6'5 325
PFA Nigel Warrior S29 402 --- --- Randall Goforth 6'0 197
PFA Eli Wolf TE27 --- --- --- --- 6'4 240
PFA Aaron Crawford DL51 --- --- --- --- 6'1 290
PFA Kristian Welch LB54 --- --- --- --- 6'2 239
PFA Josh Nurse CB69 --- --- --- --- 6'3 199
PFA Evan Adams iOL57 --- --- --- --- 6'5 341
PFA Marcus Willoughby EDGE60 --- --- --- --- 6'2 255
PFA Khalil Dorsey CB80 --- --- --- --- 5'9 171

 

6 (10). Baltimore Ravens

Another superb draft process for the Ravens. Baltimore derived the eighth-best draft-ROI while spending only the 18th-most draft capital. The Ravens consistently found great value in their slots. Not only that, but those players happened to fill some of the Ravens’ biggest roster needs. First-round LB Patrick Queen and third-round LB Malik Harrison may start beside each other Week 1, and the underrated iDL Justin Madubuike was abject theft at 3.71. RB JK Dobbins plays best when afforded space, and he’s going to see plenty of that playing next to Lamar Jackson as a rookie. WR Devin Duvernay fits Baltimore’s offensive ethos of athleticism and playmaking ability and should carve out early playing time from the slot in three-receiver sets. The Ravens added a top-10 UDFA class that had several intriguing lottery tickets, like 'Last Chance U' alumni EDGE Chauncey Rivers, who had a strong 2019 season with Mississippi State but fell out of the draft due to poor testing. TE Jacob Breeland and RB Ty’Son Williams also both may have untapped upside.

 


browns
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.10 Jedrick Wills OT3 14 72.0 8.35 Jason Peters 6'4 312
2.44 Grant Delpit S4 55 --- --- Marcus Williams 6'2 213
3.88 Jordan Elliott DL5 48 22.0 7.25 Kawann Short 6'4 302
3.97 Jacob Phillips LB13 128 70.0 8.08 Ramik Wilson 6'3 229
4.115 Harrison Bryant TE1 57 14.7 5.16 George Kittle 6'5 243
5.160 Nick Harris iOL15 222 18.5 6.58 Joey Hunt 6'0 302
6.187 Donovan Peoples-Jones WR26 210 ~99 9.83 Charone Peake 6'2 212
PFA Alex Taylor OT15 146 37.9 8.06 Roderick Johnson 6'8 308
PFA A.J. Green CB24 177 --- 6.12 Antoine Cason 6'1 202
PFA Brian Herrien RB25 252 61.9 6.49 Kenyan Drake 5'11 209
PFA Kevin Davidson QB15 302 25.6 4.69 Mike White 6'4 224
PFA Benny LeMay RB32 322 2.1 4.67 Kapri Bibbs 5'8 221
PFA Drake Dorbeck OT29 327 --- --- Danny Kistler 6'6 322
PFA Ja'Marcus Bradley WR49 377 --- --- DeAndrew White 6'0 198
PFA Jovante Moffatt S39 494 --- --- Mark McLaurin 5'11 213
PFA Tony Brown WR62 --- --- --- --- 6'1 198
PFA Nate Wieting TE30 --- --- --- --- 6'4 250
PFA Jameson Houston CB74 --- --- --- --- 5'11 199
PFA Jeffery Whatley DL59 --- --- --- --- 6'2 303
PFA Solomon Ajayi LB74 --- --- --- --- 6'1 230
PFA Elijah Benton S64 --- --- --- --- 6'1 206

 

7 (11). Cleveland Browns

The Browns have shown an ability to acquire talent, if not see it through to coalescence. This year’s draft haul provided more, and addressed huge need areas along the way. OT Jedrick Wills offers the promise of fixing the left tackle void that’s been gaping since Joe Thomas’ retirement, and he may be joined in the Week 1 starting lineup by both S Grant Delpit and LB Jacob Phillips. The roster is more fortified at DL Jordan Elliott and TE Harrison Bryant’s positions, but both were inspiring picks, providing outstanding ROI. On Saturday night, the Browns scooped up my No. 4 UDFA haul. The most intriguing addition was top-five overall undrafted talent OT Alex Taylor, a raw skyscraper who chose the right depth chart to fight for a roster spot on. Cleveland signed three other draftable prospects in CB A.J. Green, one of the Big 12’s best corners for the past few years and boasting length for days, RB Brian Herrien, an athletic Georgia back who was stuck behind a procession of studs in college, and QB Kevin Davidson, who has lots of fans in the scouting community as a developmental one-year wonder arm from the Ivy League. The Browns also currently hold a projected 10 picks in the 2021 draft, third-most in the league.

 


denver
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.15 Jerry Jeudy WR2 8 21.8 6.38 Odell Beckham 6'1 193
2.46 KJ Hamler WR11 59 --- --- Tavon Austin 5'9 178
3.77 Michael Ojemudia CB14 97 66.5 9.52 Tre Flowers 6'0 200
3.83 Lloyd Cushenberry iOL7 110 60.8 7.91 Chase Roullier 6'3 312
3.95 McTelvin Agim DL11 109 --- 8.59 Tanzel Smart 6'2 309
4.118 Albert Okwuegbunam TE8 139 --- --- Mark Andrews 6'5 258
5.178 Justin Strnad LB18 160 8.6 5.4 Kenny Young 6'3 238
6.181 Netane Muti iOL3 81 --- --- Will Hernandez 6'3 315
7.252 Tyrie Cleveland WR51 400 89.4 9.52 Ashton Dulin 6'2 209
7.254 Derrek Tuszka EDGE20 167 52.9 8.73 James Cowser 6'4 251
PFA Essang Bassey CB25 180 89.2 8.03 Damarious Randall 5'9 191
PFA LeVante Bellamy RB26 276 72.0 7.34 Taiwan Jones 5'9 192
PFA Riley Neal QB28 399 --- --- Brad Kaaya 6'5 232
PFA Kendall Hinton WR52 407 --- --- Rashard Higgins 5'10 193
PFA Douglas Coleman III S38 486 --- --- Corey Moore 6'0 204
PFA Zimari Manning WR85 --- --- --- --- 6'1 190

 

8 (12). Denver Broncos

The Broncos had a flashy draft, adding a ton of athletic pass-catching weapons for Drew Lock. Denver reportedly explored trade-ups for WR Jerry Jeudy but ended up getting an enormous coup when Jeudy unexpectedly (and inexplicably) fell to 1.15. Along with uber-athletic slot WR KJ Hamler, this draft probably netted two immediate starters at receiver to play with Courtland Sutton -- and each compliment the lanky Sutton’s game well. Round 3 C Lloyd Cushenberry will probably start immediately as well. OL Netane Muti, a Herculean mauler, is going to be a Round 6 steal if he puts his injury concerns behind him. Denver didn’t do much in the UDFA free-for-all, but perhaps didn’t need to, due to its fleshed-out roster depth. CB Essang Bassey and RB LeVante Bellamy both were productive college players who bring athleticism, but each has his work cut out for him trying to crack deep positional groups on Denver’s roster.

 


titans
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.29 Isaiah Wilson OT8 43 67.6 6.6 Phil Loadholt 6'6 350
2.61 Kristian Fulton CB3 21 69.4 7.79 Denzel Ward 5'11 197
3.93 Darrynton Evans RB10 122 --- 9.57 Justice Hill 5'10 203
5.174 Larrell Murchison DL13 145 37.8 7.46 James Looney 6'2 297
7.224 Cole McDonald QB12 258 86.3 9.12 Josh Johnson 6'3 215
7.243 Chris Jackson CB70 NR --- --- --- 5'11 188
PFA Cale Garrett LB31 260 48.5 5.82 Kentrell Brothers 6'2 234
PFA Teair Tart DL30 340 --- --- Cortez Broughton 6'3 304
PFA Anthony McKinney OT34 355 --- --- Storm Norton 6'8 316
PFA Cameron Scarlett RB49 491 --- --- Jeremy Cox 6'1 219
PFA Nick Westbrook WR61 --- --- --- --- 6'2 216
PFA Mason Kinsey WR65 --- --- --- --- 5'10 198
PFA Kobe Smith DL49 --- --- --- --- 6'1 297
Thor Nystrom

Thor Nystrom is Rotoworld’s lead CFB writer. The 2018 FSWA College Sports Writer of the Year, Nystrom’s writing has also been honored by Rolling Stone magazine and The Best American Essays series. Say hi to him on Twitter @thorku!