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Thor's NFC Draft Haul Rankings

by Thor Nystrom
Updated On: June 25, 2020, 3:09 am ET

Below, you’ll find a table that ranks each 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. If you missed the AFC breakdown on Monday, you can find that here


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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

 


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Key

2021 picks: The total number of picks currently projected to be held in next year’s draft (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


dal
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.17 CeeDee Lamb WR1 7 70.5 7.64 DeAndre Hopkins 6'2 198
2.51 Trevon Diggs CB7 34 --- --- James Bradberry 6'1 205
3.82 Neville Gallimore DL4 45 --- 5.72 Timmy Jernigan 6'2 304
4.123 Reggie Robinson II CB18 131 92.4 9.75 Josh Shaw 6'1 205
4.146 Tyler Biadasz iOL5 90 --- --- Stefen Wisniewski 6'3 314
5.179 Bradlee Anae EDGE11 101 11.2 5.1 Jeremiah Attaochu 6'3 257
7.231 Ben DiNucci QB23 352 --- --- Connor Shaw 6'2 211
PFA Rico Dowdle RB18 179 81.3 9.65 Royce Freeman 5'11 213
PFA Darius Anderson RB20 213 78.4 6.55 Wendell Smallwood 5'10 208
PFA Terence Steele OT21 237 31.0 9.36 Chris Clark 6'6 312
PFA Francis Bernard LB26 230 19.6 4.06 Jayon Brown 6'0 234
PFA Azur Kamara LB30 253 25.9 7.06 Kyler Fackrell 6'3 245
PFA Charlie Taumoepeau TE17 293 64.5 7.82 Dante Rosario 6'2 240
PFA Sewo Olonilua RB30 306 71.5 7.85 Chris Warren 6'3 232
PFA Aaron Parker WR42 332 7.0 4.22 Brandon LaFell 6'2 209
PFA Sean McKeon TE18 312 --- --- Tyler Kroft 6'5 242
PFA Garrett Marino DL27 323 --- --- Stephen Paea 6'2 288
PFA LaDarius Hamilton EDGE32 305 5.3 3.69 Karl Klug 6'2 262
PFA Ron'Dell Carter EDGE35 341 --- --- Tully Banta-Cain 6'3 265
PFA Kendrick Rogers WR53 419 63.0 7.99 Martavis Bryant 6'4 208
PFA Stephen Guidry WR56 435 27.7 6.66 Aaron Dobson 6'3 201
PFA Luther Kirk S33 450 --- --- Dominick Sanders 6'0 194
PFA Chris Williams DL39 468 --- --- Taylor Stallworth 6'2 308

 

1 (1). Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys ran away with best in show this year, finishing No. 1 in both Draft Score and UDFA class. Dallas finished No. 2 on ROI in the draft, plucking steal after steal, beginning with WR CeeDee Lamb and extending into a monster Day 2 (CB Trevon Diggs and DL Neville Gallimore) and a Day 3 filled with exceptional value plays (I ranked iOL Tyler Biadasz and EDGE Bradlee Anae a combined 134 slots over where they were ultimately taken). The front office continued to clean up in the UDFA portion, with a monster haul that easily ranked No. 1 by my numbers. Dallas signed seven prospects that Stephen Jones said on the season ticket holder call the Cowboys had draftable grades on. I had draftable grades on five of them, myself (I saw uber-athletic South Carolina RB Rico Dowdle as a late fifth-round talent, well-rounded TCU RB Jet Anderson as a sixth-sounder, and Texas Tech T Terence Steele, BYU LB Francis Bernard and Kansas LB Azur Kamara as seventh-rounders). Not only that, but the Cowboys signed six additional prospects I graded pre-draft just outside of draftable range. Despite only spending the 19th-most draft equity in the league on actual picks, the Cowboys left the process with a top-5 talent haul overall. Utterly dominant showing from start to finish. And that’s not all, folks! With four projected comp picks coming in 2021, Dallas currently holds nine selections in next year’s draft.

 


vikings
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.22 Justin Jefferson WR5 20 81.8 9.84 Chris Godwin 6'1 202
1.31 Jeff Gladney CB5 27 47.1 8.34 Darius Slay 5'10 191
2.58 Ezra Cleveland OT6 28 91.7 9.93 Brian O’Neill 6'6 311
3.89 Cameron Dantzler CB9 52 15.4 4.58 Josh Jackson 6'2 188
4.117 D.J. Wonnum EDGE22 200 52.6 8.31 Lorenzo Mauldin 6'5 258
4.130 James Lynch DL9 80 48.3 8.55 Dean Lowry 6'4 289
4.132 Troy Dye LB8 82 --- --- Alec Ogletree 6'3 231
5.169 Harrison Hand CB21 153 94.9 8.07 Eric Rowe 5'11 197
5.176 K.J. Osborn WR44 353 81.4 8.09 Jeremy Ross 5'11 203
6.203 Blake Brandel OT26 283 --- --- Mitch Hyatt 6'6 308
6.205 Josh Metellus S16 215 70.5 7.64 Jeremy Cash 5'11 209
7.225 Kenny Willekes EDGE18 158 32.7 7.26 Chris Kelsay 6'3 264
7.244 Nate Stanley QB9 171 34.2 6.31 Landry Jones 6’4 235
7.249 Brian Cole S19 265 --- --- Walt Aikins 6'2 213
7.253 Kyle Hinton iOL45 NR --- --- --- 6'2 295
PFA Quartney Davis WR32 250 52.4 8.21 Marqise Lee 6'1 201
PFA Nevelle Clarke CB37 310 --- 4.99 Alijah Holder 6'1 190
PFA Myles Dorn S24 321 --- --- Antonio Allen 6'1 210
PFA Brady Aiello OT38 384 --- --- Cameron Clemmons 6'3 307
PFA David Moa DL45 493 --- --- Albert Huggins 6'2 305
PFA Tyler Higby iOL44 --- --- --- --- 6'4 300
PFA Dan Chisena WR73 --- --- --- --- 6'3 202
PFA Jake Lacina iOL53 --- --- --- --- 6'3 295
PFA Jordan Fehr LB58 --- --- --- --- 6'2 225
PFA Nakia Griffin-Stewart TE40 --- --- --- --- 6'4 262
PFA Blake Lynch LB75 --- --- --- --- 6'2 220

 

2 (2). Minnesota Vikings

Courtesy of the Stefon Diggs trade and some nifty trading-back, the Vikings set the table to ultimately spend the 10th-most draft equity in the league and pick up valuable 2021 draft capital ammunition along the way. Rick Spielman badly needed a strong draft with his team in transition, and he enjoyed a banner three-day process. The Purple spent their riches wisely, taking players I had ranked higher than their draft slots nine-of-15 times. By my rankings, the Vikes walked away from the draft with three first-round values, a second-rounder, two thirds, three fifths and a seventh -- landing a fourth-ranked talent haul in the draft en route to a draft-ROI that ranked No. 4 in the league. The Vikings traded the slots the 49ers and Saints used to take WR Brandon Aiyuk and TE Adam Trautman for the picks that ultimately acquired CB Jeff Gladney, iDL D.J. Wonnum, iDL James Lynch, CB Harrison Hand, WR K.J. Osborn, OT Blake Brandel and QB Nathan Stanley. Sitting on a war chest of picks, the Vikings were able to execute deals that netted 2021 fourth- and fifth round picks for 2020 fifth- and sixth-rounders. In addition to the 2021 fourth-rounder Buffalo shipped over as part of the Diggs trade, the Vikings are the NFL’s most pick-rich teams heading into next year’s process as well, with 12 projected selections currently in their pocket. Minny’s UDFA crop was merely average, but with 15 picks spent this wisely, it didn’t have to be anything more. WR Quartney Davis and CB Nevelle Clarke are two guys to watch in camp who could crash the opening-roster party.

 


cards
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.8 Isaiah Simmons LB1 4 ~98 10 Mega Derwin James 6'4 238
3.72 Josh Jones OT5 23 44.7 7.24 Bobby Massey 6'5 319
4.114 Leki Fotu DL10 95 --- 6.52 A’Shawn Robinson 6'5 330
4.131 Rashard Lawrence DL14 151 --- 5.4 Akeem Spence 6'2 308
6.202 Evan Weaver LB21 178 32.3 6.76 James Laurinaitis 6'2 237
7.222 Eno Benjamin RB8 96 72.3 6.28 Devin Singletary 5'9 207
PFA Reggie Floyd S26 356 --- --- Marcus Allen 5'11 215
PFA Jake Benzinger OT41 418 --- --- Jon Heck 6'8 296
PFA Reggie Walker EDGE42 445 --- --- Landis Durham 6'2 250
PFA Jonathan Ward RB47 469 --- --- Taquan Mizell 5'11 195
PFA Steven Gonzalez iOL39 487 --- --- Derrick Puni 6'3 349
PFA Adam Shuler EDGE53 --- --- --- --- 6'4 275
PFA JoJo Ward WR70 --- --- --- --- 5'9 175
PFA Parker Houston TE32 --- --- --- --- 6'2 250
PFA T.J. Carter DL52 --- --- --- --- 6'3 289
PFA Zane Lewis CB71 --- --- --- --- 6'1 196

 

3 (3). Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals smoked the draft and looked good doing it, with Kliff Kingsburg lounging alone in his spacious, magazine-spread War Room. Top to bottom, from unicorn defensive chess piece Isaiah Simmons on down to local Tasmanian Devil RB Eno Benjamin, the Cardinals got fabulous value at positions of need. Benjamin will battle UDFA sleeper RB Jonathan Ward for a roster spot. Both are gifted receivers. The Cardinals turned the 17th-most draft equity into the sixth-most rookie talent acquired during the draft. And this lofty top-three Draft Haul ranking doesn’t even take into account the acquisition of WR DeAndre Hopkins, which in essence only cost the draft-pick downgrade from TCU iDL Ross Blacklock to iDL Rashard Lawrence. That was obviously draft capital very much well spent. Add Hopkins to Arizona’s No. 6-ranked total rookie class, and the Cardinals exited the process having added about as much new talent as any organization. I was skeptical of Kingsbury’s hiring, but since his addition Arizona has enjoyed two stellar draft processes and significantly upgraded the talent on its roster top-to-bottom. Turns out building NFL rosters isn’t as difficult as recruiting to Lubbock.

 


bucs
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.13 Tristan Wirfs OT1 6 99.1 9.74 Bryan Bulaga 6'5 320
2.45 Antoine Winfield Jr. S1 29 81.8 8.71 Tyrann Mathieu 5'9 203
3.76 Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB12 148 35.3 6.85 Wayne Gallman 5'10 214
5.161 Tyler Johnson WR18 116 --- --- Tyler Boyd 6'1 206
6.194 Khalil Davis DL17 191 --- 9.55 Rakeem Nunez-Roches 6'1 308
7.241 Chapelle Russell LB34 284 44.4 7.04 Tyler Nielsen 6'2 236
7.245 Raymond Calais RB23 249 67.4 8.11 Donnel Pumphrey 5'8 188
PFA Parnell Motley CB28 204 --- --- Zach Sanchez 6'0 183
PFA John Molchon iOL23 318 21.5 5.18 Bradley Bozeman 6'5 309
PFA Michael Divinity LB36 315 10.7 2.73 Josh Forrest 6'1 242
PFA Cam Gill LB39 348 --- --- Quart'e Sapp 6'2 232
PFA Reid Sinnett QB24 359 --- --- Kyle Shurmur 6'3 229
PFA Josh Pearson WR50 382 --- --- Josh Reynolds 6'3 205
PFA Zach Shackelford iOL35 433 --- --- Braxston Cave 6'3 303
PFA Nasir Player EDGE40 412 --- --- Martin Ifedi 6'4 260
PFA Benning Potoa'e DL40 482 --- --- Zach Seiler 6'3 291
PFA Javon Hagan S46 --- --- --- --- 6'0 218
PFA Nick Leverett iOL59 --- --- --- --- 6'3 307

 

8 (4). Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bucs had a bonanza of a draft, turning the 15th-most draft equity into the 10th-most draft talent acquired, the fifth-best return on investment in the league. They plugged a pressing hole at right tackle in the starting lineup with Tristan Wirfs, ending his surprising slide at 1.13. Antoine Winfield’s availability at 2.45 was an enormous coup, and the Bucs got great value in Round 5 when they popped Winfield’s collegiate teammate, slot WR Tyler Johnson. The UDFA crop was above-average, led by Oklahoma CB Parnell Motley, a sticky B12 corner with athletic limitations whose game and length suit Tampa’s press-man heavy schema well. OL John Molchon didn’t test as well as expected, and that probably led to his UDFA availability, but he could absolutely hang around on this roster and potentially contribute down the line.

 


panthers
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.7 Derrick Brown DL2 12 32.9 6.09 Kris Jenkins 6'4 326
2.38 Yetur Gross-Matos EDGE4 32 --- --- Ziggy Ansah 6'5 266
2.64 Jeremy Chinn S3 46 ~99 9.97 Adrian Amos 6'3 221
4.113 Troy Pride Jr. CB16 106 47.5 8.17 ShelDon Brown 5'11 193
5.152 Kenny Robinson Jr. S9 123 --- --- Morgan Burnett 6'1 202
6.184 Bravvion Roy DL26 298 --- --- Deadrin Senat 6'1 332
7.221 Stantley Thomas-Oliver III CB31 238 68.9 8.51 Kendall Sheffield 6'0 192
PFA Rodney Smith RB28 287 --- --- Myles Gaskin 5'10 208
PFA Omar Bayless WR35 274 30.2 4.2 DaMarkus Lodge 6'1 212
PFA Jordan Mack LB38 328 --- --- Damien Wilson 6'2 241
PFA Branden Bowen iOL30 369 --- --- Lester Cotton 6'6 310
PFA Chris Orr LB43 397 --- --- BJ Blunt 5'10 223
PFA Frederick Mauigoa iOL37 467 --- --- Brandon Vitabile 6'2 310
PFA David Reese LB52 --- --- --- --- 6'0 248
PFA Sam Franklin LB53 --- --- --- --- 6'2 210
PFA Giovanni Ricci TE29 --- --- --- --- 6'3 220
PFA Mike Horton iOL55 --- --- --- --- 6'3 325
PFA Myles Adams DL60 --- --- --- --- 6'1 285

 

13 (5). Carolina Panthers

A haul very much in the workmanlike image of new HC Matt Rhule. The draft wasn’t flashy -- consisting entirely of defensive linemen and defensive backs -- but it served the purpose of beginning the process of reshaping that side of the ball in Rhule’s image. DT Derrick Brown and S Jeremy Chinn will likely start right away, and EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos may as well. Rhule and company leveraged their knowledge of the college game they just left to get solid values throughout. Carolina’s UDFA crop finished middle-of-the-pack, but included a potential rotational back in RB Rodney Smith and a sleeper WR in Omar Bayless, last year’s Sun Belt Player of the Year. Bayless in particular could be a hidden gem.

 


giants
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.4 Andrew Thomas OT2 10 53.8 8.22 Russell Okung 6'5 315
2.36 Xavier McKinney S2 36 20.3 7.31 Malcolm Jenkins 6'0 201
3.99 Matt Peart OT9 69 66.7 9.0 D'Brickashaw Ferguson 6'6 318
4.110 Darnay Holmes CB20 147 --- 6.3 Darqueze Dennard 5'10 195
5.150 Shane Lemieux iOL14 183 8.6 6.53 Ted Larsen 6'4 310
6.183 Cameron Brown LB19 166 45.7 7.88 Jason Phillips 6'5 233
7.218 Carter Coughlin LB15 143 ~85 9.86 Joe Ostman 6'3 236
7.238 T.J. Brunson LB41 385 --- --- Paul Magloire 6'0 219
7.247 Chris Williamson CB44 398 --- --- Joshua Holsey 5'11 199
7.255 Tae Crowder LB55 NR --- --- --- 6'2 235
PFA Javon Leake RB22 224 32.4 7.68 Tony Pollard 6'0 215
PFA Oluwole Betiku Jr. EDGE31 294 --- --- Aaron Maybin 6'3 249
PFA Austin Mack WR43 333 9.1 3.75 Isaiah Ford 6'1 208
PFA Kyle Murphy iOL22 308 4.3 1.35 Jamil Demby 6'3 316
PFA Case Cookus QB25 373 --- --- Taylor Heinicke 6'3 208
PFA Binjimen Victor WR54 425 58.5 5.74 Darvin Adams 6'4 198
PFA Kyle Markway TE23 408 --- --- Jeremy Sprinkle 6'4 252
PFA Jaquarius Landrews S36 472 --- --- Joshua Kalu 6'0 200
PFA Niko Lalos EDGE51 --- --- --- --- 6'5 268
PFA Derrick Dillon WR74 --- --- --- --- 5'11 184
PFA Dominique Ross LB73 --- --- --- --- 6'3 219

 

14 (6). New York Giants

If Carolina’s class was in the image of Rhule, New York’s was most definitely in the image of Dave Gettleman, with three of the first five picks coming along the offensive line, an area of acute need. Gettleman stayed in his slots and stuck to his guns. My numbers ranked Gettleman’s in-draft ROI only No. 19, but I personally had no qualms with his strategy nor his picks. The media didn’t either, ranking the G-Men No. 13 in GPA. My favorite pick was OT Matt Peart at 3.99 -- I ranked him 30 slots higher. The Giants put together a nice UDFA class, headlined by Maryland RB Javon Leake and Illinois EDGE Oluwole Betiku Jr., who each had pet niche cheering sections in the scouting community and have decent odds of cracking the roster. Leake was one of the nation’s best return men, and Betiku was a former ballyhooed prospect who finally broke out after transferring from USC to Illinois.

 


saints
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.24 Cesar Ruiz iOL1 39 77.5 8.93 Travis Frederick 6'3 307
3.74 Zack Baun LB3 33 0.6 8.75 Uchenna Nwosu 6'2 238
3.105 Adam Trautman TE2 68 66.9 8.29 David Njoku 6'5 255
7.240 Tommy Stevens QB26 380 --- --- Taysom-ey? 6'5 237
PFA Malcolm Roach DL18 198 73.4 8.44 P.J. Hall 6'2 297
PFA Joe Bachie LB20 174 54.4 7.82 AJ Klein 6'1 230
PFA Juwan Johnson WR36 290 64.1 6.73 Auden Tate 6'4 230
PFA Calvin Throckmorton iOL21 280 --- --- Spencer Drango 6'5 317
PFA Marquez Callaway WR40 311 73.5 8.02 Russell Shepard 6'1 205
PFA Darrin Paulo OT33 339 --- --- Avery Gennesy 6'5 312
PFA Tony Jones RB35 375 27.2 3.39 Dominique Brown 5'10 220
PFA Keith Washington Jr. CB45 409 --- --- De'Vante Harris 6'0 175
PFA Jordan Steckler OT47 473 --- --- Adam Bisnowaty 6'5 306
PFA Adrian Magee iOL42 --- --- --- --- 6'4 347
PFA Gus Cumberlander EDGE54 --- --- --- --- 6'7 251
PFA Blake Gillikin P7 --- --- --- --- 6'2 194

 

15 (7). New Orleans Saints

The Saints did exactly what they did last year: They used their Day 3 picks to trade up to snatch prospects who were surprisingly falling down the board, and then they spent Saturday calling UDFA prospects to get a jump on that process (arguably against league rules -- but who follows those, anyway?!). Heading in without a second-round pick from last year’s trade-up for iDL Erik McCoy, the Saints also parted ways with four Day 3 picks to trade up for TE Adam Trautman. This would have been the ever-rare three-man draft class had New Orleans not traded a future pick to get back into Round 7 to pick QB Tommy Stevens, a Taysom Hill-esque project who reportedly had a verbal agreement to sign with the Panthers after the draft (every team breaks this rule). But the Saints got really good value with the picks they used -- No. 7 draft-ROI -- and used that UDFA head-start to sign my No. 3-ranked UDFA class, the second-straight year the Saints have finished with a top-three UDFA crop. I saw the headliners, LB Joe Bachie and DT Malcolm Roach, as fifth- and sixth-round talents, respectively. I ranked iDL Cesar Ruiz as a second-rounder but had no issues with him going in the first due to the precipitous drop-off in iOL talent after him -- tier-drops matter. EDGE Zack Baun was a high second-round guy from me, TE Adam Trautman a high third-rounder. Even though the draft class didn’t look like a full draft class, the Saints ended up cobbling together a full draft worth of talent by snatching up Baun and Trautman at value prices and slaying in the UDFA free-for-all. New Orleans finished No. 22 in total talent acquired despite using only the No. 26-most equity.

 


lions
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.3 Jeffrey Okudah CB1 5 ~99 9.56 Marshon Lattimore 6'1 205
2.35 D’Andre Swift RB2 54 59.8 8.22 Dalvin Cook 5'8 212
3.67 Julian Okwara EDGE6 50 --- --- Lance Johnstone 6'4 252
3.75 Jonah Jackson iOL13 182 54.5 6.38 Jake Grove 6'3 306
4.121 Logan Stenberg iOL10 157 --- --- Oday Oboushi 6'6 317
5.166 Quintez Cephus WR22 163 48.9 4.62 Justin Blackmon 6'1 202
5.172 Jason Huntley RB39 401 --- --- Dexter McCluster 5'8 182
6.197 John Penisini DL22 245 --- --- Greg Gaines 6'1 318
7.235 Jashon Cornell DL35 404 --- --- Youhanna Ghaifan 6'2 287
PFA Hunter Bryant TE5 108 32.3 6.78 Gerald Everett 6'2 248
PFA Jalen Elliott S21 288 27.5 3.92 J.J. Wilcox 6'0 205
PFA Jeremiah Dinson S27 362 --- --- Malik Gant 5'11 191
PFA Bobby Price S62 --- --- --- --- 6'3 207
PFA Arryn Siposs P6 --- --- --- --- 6'3 213

 

16 (8). Detroit Lions

The Lions went chalk at 1.3 with CB Jeffrey Okudah, but started throwing curveballs from there, beginning with the selection of RB D’Andre Swift at the top of the second round. I thought the Lions reached a bit later on in the draft; my numbers had Detroit spending the fourth-most draft equity to acquire the eight-most talent, to finish No. 20 in draft-ROI. Notre Dame EDGE Julian Okwara was the team’s best value pick, a third-rounder that many, myself included, saw as a Round 2 prospect. The Lions’ UDFA crop was sparse, but it included arguably the most talented prospect who wasn’t selected, Washington TE Hunter Bryant. Bryant is a skilled big-slot receiver -- not really a tight end if we’re being honest-- whose game would complement T.J. Hockenson’s well if he can crack the roster.

 


49ers
Pick Name Pos Rk SPQ RAS Comp Ht Wt
1.14 Javon Kinlaw DL1 11 --- --- Richard Seymour 6'5 324
1.25 Brandon Aiyuk WR9 41 89.4 8.62 Robert Woods 6'0 205
5.153 Colton McKivitz OT19 189 17.1 4.04 Kyle Murphy 6'6 306
6.190 Charlie Woerner TE15 234 42.5 7.36 Jake Murphy 6'5 244
7.217 Jauan Jennings WR30 228 8.4 2.58 Tajae Sharpe 6'2 215
PFA JaMycal Hasty RB17 176 90.0 6.88 Justin Forsett 5'8 205
PFA Darrion Daniels DL20 219 14.8 3.69 Tyler Lancaster 6'3 311
PFA Salvon Ahmed RB27 277 27.1 5.53 Bryce Love 5'11 197
PFA DeMarkus Acy CB40 342 --- --- Walt Aikens 6'0 195
PFA Jared Mayden S25 345 --- --- Craig Dahl 6'0 201
PFA Chris Finke WR55 431 70.5 3.12 Jeremy Gallon 5'9 186
PFA Chase Harrell TE28 --- --- --- --- 6'3 257
PFA Jonas Griffith LB57 --- --- --- --- 6'3 247
PFA Broc Rutter QB38 --- --- --- --- 6'2 205
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!