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Best Available NFL Draft Prospects for Day 3

Apr 24, 2020
Antonio Gandy-Golden

We are officially 2/3 of the way through three of the best days of the year! Day 3 and rounds four through seven will bring us 149 picks. Before that kicks off, let’s first take a look at who the best available prospects are heading into the final day. There are quite a few surprising names still at the top of the list and a couple of positions that make up a large chunk of the best remaining players. This leads me to believe that a run on the positions, like tight ends and quarterbacks, will occur early on in Day Three.

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To organize this and to provide as many names as possible, I will break this down into the top 20 overall players available and then the top five at each position. Let’s dive into it!

Top 20 Overall Prospects Remaining

  1. Eno Benjamin (RB – Arizona State)
  2. Bryce Hall (CB – Virginia)
  3. Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR – Liberty)
  4. Thaddeus Moss (TE – LSU)
  5. Brycen Hopkins (TE – Purdue)
  6. Harrison Bryant (TE – FAU)
  7. Jacob Eason (QB – Washington)
  8. Colby Parkinson (TE – Stanford)
  9. Akeem Davis-Gaither (LB – Appalachian State)
  10. Tyler Biadasz (IOL – Wisconsin)
  11. John Simpson (IOL – Clemson)
  12. Hunter Bryant (TE – Washington)
  13. Jake Fromm (QB – Georgia)
  14. Anthony Gordon (QB – Washington State)
  15. Quintez Cephus (WR – Wisconsin)
  16. Tyler Johnson (WR – Minnesota)
  17. Prince Tega Wanogho (OT – Auburn)
  18. Charlie Heck (OT – North Carolina)
  19. James Morgan (QB – FIU)
  20. Jake Luton (QB – Oregon State)

Quarterbacks

  1. Jacob Eason – Washington
  2. Jake Fromm – Georgia
  3. Anthony Gordon – Washington State
  4. James Morgan – FIU
  5. Jake Luton – Oregon State

Running Backs

  1. Eno Benjamin – Arizona State
  2. Anthony McFarland – Maryland
  3. Lamical Perine – Florida
  4. Joshua Kelley – UCLA
  5. DeeJay Dallas – Miami-FL

Wide Receivers

  1. Antonio Gandy-Golden – Liberty
  2. Quintez Cephus – Wisconsin
  3. Tyler Johnson – Minnesota
  4. Gabriel Davis – UCF
  5. Collin Johnson – Texas

Tight Ends

  1. Thaddeus Moss – LSU
  2. Brycen Hopkins – Purdue
  3. Harrison Bryant – FAU
  4. Colby Parkinson – Stanford
  5. Hunter Bryant – Washington

Offensive Tackle

  1. Prince Tega Wanogho – Auburn
  2. Charlie Heck – North Carolina
  3. Ben Bartch – St. John’s (Minn)
  4. Saahdiq Charles – LSU
  5. Hakeem Adeniji – Kansas

Interior Offensive Linemen

  1. Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
  2. John Simpson – Clemson
  3. Nick Harris – Washington
  4. Calvin Throckmorton – Oregon
  5. Kevin Dotson – Louisiana

Interior Defensive Linemen

  1. James Lynch – Baylor
  2. Leki Fotu – Utah
  3. Rashard Lawrence – LSU
  4. Raequan Williams – Michigan State
  5. Khalil Davis – Nebraska

Edge Defenders

  1. Bradlee Anae – Utah
  2. Kenny Willekes – Michigan State
  3. Alton Robinson – Syracuse
  4. Curtis Weaver – Boise State
  5. Khalid Kareem – Notre Dame

Linebackers

  1. Akeem Davis-Gaither – Appalachian State
  2. Troy Dye – Oregon
  3. Shaquille Quarterman – Miami
  4. Joe Bachie – Michigan State
  5. Chris Orr – Wisconsin

Cornerbacks

  1. Bryce Hall – Virginia
  2. Amik Robertson – LA Tech
  3. Darnay Holmes – UCLA
  4. Kindle Vildor – Georgia Southern
  5. Javaris Davis – Auburn

Safeties

  1. K’Von Wallace – Clemson
  2. Antoine Brooks – Maryland
  3. L’Jarius Sneed – Utah
  4. Geno Stone – Iowa
  5. Alohi Gilman – Notre Dame


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