By Reece Mowlem.
Well hasn't this been a crazy offseason so far. The Texans trade the best wideout in the league for a goldfish and a vanilla yoghurt, the GOAT migrates down south to less greener pastures (but much redder uniforms), and the world goes into total shutdown due to a global pandemic. But even though the apocalypse looks to be imminent, the NFL draft is set to go ahead as scheduled, just virtually. Yes it may be different, yes it may be underwhelming, but at least it's happening, giving us football fans something sport related to actually look forward to, a light at the end of the tunnel, a reason to keep going. So to help you prepare for the upcoming draft, I have worked tirelessly to create my 2020 big board, a list ranking the top 200 college prospects ready for picking come the 23rd April. Positional value is factored in (hence why you won't find a running back until No. 45) as well as injury history, off-field concerns and anything else NFL teams have to consider when scouting. Essentially, this is what would be on my War Room wall if I was lucky enough to be a GM (it will happen one day I'm sure). So without further ado, I present my Top 200 Big Board for the 2020 NFL Draft! Enjoy!
Mowlem is a young sports writer from Reading, United Kingdom. All articles are written by Reece Mowlem (unless stated otherwise).