2020 NFL Draft Potential Busts: Offense



2020 NFL Draft Day 2 Values: Offense | 2020 NFL Draft Day 2 Values: Defense
2020 NFL Draft Potential Busts: Offense | 2020 NFL Draft Potential Busts: Defense
2020 NFL Draft Day-Three Sleepers



Published April 17, 2020.
By Charlie Campbell - @draftcampbell


In the recent weeks, there have been a lot of questions about which players to avoid in the 2020 NFL Draft class. Every draft has some players who are selected high only to becoming massive disappointments in the NFL. Here, we break down some potential offensive busts in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
Love looks like the riskiest of the early-round quarterback prospects for the 2020 NFL Draft. He has a good skill set of arm strength, mobility and upside. However, Love still has a lot to work on, with his field vision being painfully bad. He consistently locks his eyes on his primary read and does not move them away. He stares down targets and does not look off defenders. Love must start reading the field, working through his progressions, and making better decisions. Team sources felt that Love should have returned for his senior year to improve before going to the NFL, and given where he gets drafted, he could be forced onto the field quickly. I think Love has bust potential for the issues with field vision that could lead to issues with interceptions and struggles to move the ball.



A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College
This was a tough choice as no running back is really jumping out at me. I chose Dillon because he does not have special speed and while he is a big back, he is not the bruiser his size would suggest. I could see him struggling to become a starter and end up topping out as a rotational backup running back.

Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
Mims is a very polarizing player, and I'm in the camp that believes he could be a disappointment as a pro. The evaluators who don't like Mims say he was not a separation receiver at Baylor, which the tape proves. TCU's Jeff Gladney, among others, was able to run the route and keep Mims from getting open. Those team evaluators say Mims also has some issues with drops, does not play as fast as his timed speed, and is not great on 50-50 receptions. Some of them had Mims graded on the third day of the 2020 NFL Draft, and I think Mims is more of a backup and rotational player in the NFL.



Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State
Cleveland could be a second-day pick in the 2020 NFL Draft based off his excellent combine performance. However, there are a lot of teams that have him graded on Day 3 of the draft. While he's fast, he lacks strength, and I think he could get pushed around in the NFL. Cleveland could get overdrafted because of his speed and pushed onto the field before he's ready.


2020 NFL Draft Day 2 Values: Offense | 2020 NFL Draft Day 2 Values: Defense
2020 NFL Draft Potential Busts: Offense | 2020 NFL Draft Potential Busts: Defense
2020 NFL Draft Day-Three Sleepers

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