Live 2020 NFL Draft Grades

These Live 2020 NFL Draft Grades will be posted minutes after each pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Follow @walterfootball for updates.

2020 NFL Draft Grades - Round: Picks 1-16 | Picks 17-32 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | NFL Draft Team Grades

  1. Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    This was a classic case of a team selecting the best player available and ignoring need. The Cowboys couldn’t believe that CeeDee Lamb dropped to them at No. 17. Lamb didn’t disappoint, logging two 100-yard games in the five contests that he and Dak Prescott played together. Lamb didn’t get over the century mark after that, but only because of Dallas’ poor quarterbacking.

    Lamb showed great potential as a rookie, so if Prescott can remain healthy in 2021, the duo should continue to have many explosive performances.

    Original Write-up:

    The Cowboys loved K’Lavon Chaisson, but I don’t think they expected CeeDee Lamb to be available. Lamb doesn’t fill much of a need for Dallas with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup on the roster, but Lamb is the best player available, and it allows the Cowboys to have flexibility with contracts at the position. It’s hard to hate this pick, given that Lamb could’ve gone as high as No. 9 without any complaints.

  2. Miami Dolphins: Austin Jackson, OT, USC – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: C Grade

    The Dolphins should have traded up for one of the top tackles. They certainly had the draft capital to do so. Instead, they spent their second of three opening-round selections on Austin Jackson, who struggled in his rookie year. Jackson has plenty of upside though, so he should get better in the coming years. I wouldn’t fail the Dolphins for this quite yet, as picking a blocker for Tua Tagovailoa was a good decision.

    Original Write-up:

    Tua Tagovailoa probably won’t play until 2021, so the Dolphins have some time to make sure they can retool their offensive line. Their blocking was atrocious last year, so Austin Jackson will go a long way in helping matters. Jackson is coming off a down year, but that was because he donated bone marrow to his sister. He certainly would’ve been picked earlier if it wasn’t for that, so I like the value Miami is getting.

  3. Las Vegas Raiders: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State – O’BRIEN Grade
    One-Year Grade: F Grade

    Damon Arnette played in just six full games in 2020. Injuries derailed his rookie year, but he was woeful when on the field. This wasn’t a surprise because Arnette was considered a second-round prospect. The Raiders reached and will continue to be graded poorly for it.

    Original Write-up:

    Ladies and gentlemen, our first O’Brien grade of the night! Damon Arnette is someone I had in the first round of my mock draft in some updates – at No. 32 to Kansas City. Otherwise, he’s been marooned in the second frame. Arnette is certainly talented, but he has off-the-field issues. Given that Mike Mayock values high-character guys, this is a very strange pick that makes no sense outside of need. This is an “F” grade all the way.



  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: K’Lavon Chaisson, DE, LSU – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: C- Grade

    The Cowboys were going to select K’Lavon Chaisson before CeeDee Lamb fell into their laps. I imagine the Jaguars wish Dallas couldn’t have gotten Lamb because then they would have avoided Chaisson. The LSU edge rusher logged just one sack in his rookie year, and he was a liability in run support. He can definitely improve going forward, but his rookie campaign was a complete bust.

    Original Write-up:

    I bet the Jaguars didn’t anticipate K’Lavon Chaisson being available. He was expected to go off the board at 16 or 17, but thanks to some other teams’ stupidity, he fell to Jacksonville at 20. This is a great bargain for Chaisson, who will be able to replace Yannick Ngakoue once the Jaguars understand what his value is and trade him.

  5. Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU – C- Grade
    One-Year Grade: F Grade

    I feel embarrassed that I graded this pick as a C- because I knew it was terrible at the time. I even wrote that Jalen Reagor wouldn’t be as good as Justin Jefferson. The LSU receiver was the no-brainer choice, and yet the Eagles opted for a raw, one-dimensional player instead. This was an absolutely terrible decision that must be deemed a failure.

    Original Write-up:

    The Eagles usually do well in the draft, but tonight was not a positive for them. They had an opportunity to trade up for CeeDee Lamb, yet watched the Cowboys snatch him as a major steal at No. 17. Then, they obtained no value with Jalen Reagor. The TCU product is one of several receivers the Eagles could’ve chosen here, so they should’ve traded down. Reagor obviously fills a huge need, but he’s a raw receiver and doesn’t project to be as good as Justin Jefferson.



  6. Minnesota Vikings: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: A+ Grade

    This may have been the best pick of the 2020 NFL Draft. Justin Herbert, Mekhi Becton and Tristan Wirfs were all great selections, but this one was made in the 20s. Justin Jefferson was the fifth receiver off the board, and yet he was the best one, and it wasn’t even close. If it wasn’t for Justin Herbert, Jefferson would have won Offensive Rookie of the Year.

    Original Write-up:

    The need here is obvious, as the Vikings traded away Stefon Diggs, so they needed to replace him. Justin Jefferson is not someone who should’ve been available to them. The Eagles should have picked him, and Denver would have considered him at No. 15 had Jerry Jeudy not been available. The Vikings wanted K’Lavon Chaisson and A.J. Terrell, but they were still able to land a talented player who fills a big need at No. 22 overall.

  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma – C- Grade
    One-Year Grade: B Grade

    I’m going out on a limb here and saying that this pick wasn’t as good as the Justin Herbert selection. Still, it was a fine one. Kenneth Murray was an every-down player in his rookie year, which isn’t too common for a linebacker chosen outside of the top 20. Murray wasn’t great, but he wasn’t a liability either. He definitely has room for improvement, and I could see myself giving the Chargers a better re-grade four years from now.

    Original Write-up:

    Had the Chargers just possessed the 23rd-overall pick and selected Kenenth Murray, I would’ve been fine with it. However, they sacrificed a third-round pick to move up for Murray, which seems like a mistake. The Chargers now lack resources to keep improving Justin Herbert’s supporting cast. The Chargers have some holes on their offensive line, and they don’t have much in the backfield beyond Austin Ekeler. They should have used this pick to build around Herbert, especially after giving up a valuable pick.



  8. New Orleans Saints: Cesar Ruiz, C/G, Michigan – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: C Grade

    Charlie Campbell reported that some of the NFC South teams were thrilled that the Saints spent their first-round pick on Cesar Ruiz. The reasoning was that Ruiz matched up poorly against some of the defensive tackle personnel in the division. This turned out to be correct, as Ruiz struggled mightily in his initial pro season. Ruiz started most games, but he wasn’t effective in 2020, particularly as a pass protector.

    Original Write-up:

    Some will say this is a reach, but I don’t think so. I had Cesar Ruiz slotted to the 49ers at No. 31, so this is just seven picks earlier. I’ve written this many times, but we’ve been told that Drew Brees hates interior pressure much more than the edge rush. The Saints had one hole in the middle of the trenches, so it makes sense to obtain a solid offensive lineman who can play both guard and center.

  9. San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State – C- Grade
    One-Year Grade: A Grade

    Brandon Aiyuk was better than some of the other receivers chosen before him in the first round. Despite being paired with miserable quarterbacks for most of the year, Aiyuk still had a brilliant rookie campaign. He caught 60 passes for 748 yards and five touchdowns in 12 games, looking like a dynamic play-maker despite being weighed down by his teammates. Aiyuk should have a monstrous second season with better quarterbacking.

    Original Write-up:

    Brandon Aiyuk is a fine player to pick at this juncture, and he obviously fills a need with Emmanuel Sanders gone. However, I don’t like the trade up for him, especially when considering how few resources the 49ers have outside of the first round. There’s a decent chance Aiyuk would’ve been available for the 49ers at No. 31, and if not, they could’ve snatched one of the many other talented receivers available.



  10. Green Bay Packers: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State – O’BRIEN Grade
    One-Year Grade: O’BRIEN Grade

    Had the Packers drafted Chase Claypool, Tee Higgins, Michael Pittman Jr. or Brandon Aiyuk (moving up two spots earlier) rather than Jordan Love, Aaron Rodgers would’ve been much better in the NFC Championship. He may have beaten the Buccaneers, and given how bad the Chiefs looked two weeks later, Aaron Rodgers may have won his second ring. The Packers, by selecting Love over a dynamic play-maker, cost themselves a Super Bowl victory. It was a foolish decision at the time, and yet now it seems even dumber. This was the worst pick of the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

    Original Write-up:

    Wow. This is terrible. The people on TV are comparing this to the Aaron Rodgers pick from 2005, but the difference is that Rodgers was considered a No. 1 overall pick prospect who just happened to fall. Jordan Love was never that good. Love is an extremely raw quarterback who has some major decision-making issues. He has high upside, but chances are that he flops. This, of course, means that the Packers aren’t helping Rodgers win now, so they might as well trade him. If I were a Packer fan, I’d be very disappointed right now, and I imagine Rodgers is quite upset as well.

    Also, why the trade up? Whom were the Packers attempting to jump for Love? This is just a dumb pick.

  11. Seattle Seahawks: Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech – C Grade
    One-Year Grade: C Grade

    Jordyn Brooks was a prominent member of Seattle’s defense in 2020. He was a sound tackler, but struggled in coverage. There’s a good chance he could improve, so I don’t have a big problem with this pick. My one issue is that the Seahawks could have spent a selection to bolster Russell Wilson’s pass protection, which is something Wilson complained about to the media during the offseason.

    Original Write-up:

    What an upset! The Seahawks didn’t trade down from their first-round pick for the first time in nine years! Jordyn Brooks is someone the Seahawks could’ve obtained by trading down a bit, but not too far, as we know that a team was considering him early in the second round. However, the Seahawks really needed to bolster both sides of the trenches. Linebacker is not an immediate need, so I’m not in love with this pick. I definitely don’t hate it, however.

  12. Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU – A+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: C Grade

    Patrick Queen was a full-time player in Baltimore’s defense despite being a rookie. That’s the good news. The bad news was that Queen happened to be a major liability. Queen missed plenty of tackles and was exposed in coverage. Queen, who at least was a potent blitzer, has huge upside because of his dynamic athleticism. He could be much better in 2021 and beyond.

    Original Write-up:

    It must be very amusing to work for the Ravens’ front office. Year after year, they watch dumb teams ahead of them do stupid things in the draft, allowing them to scoop up great talents. Apparently, 2020 is no different. Bad picks were made ahead of the Ravens once more, opening up this selection. Patrick Queen easily could’ve been chosen in the late teens, but Baltimore is somehow getting him at No. 28 overall as a replacement for C.J. Mosley.

  13. Tennessee Titans: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia – B Grade
    One-Year Grade: F Grade

    I called the Packers’ selection of Jordan Love the worst pick in the opening round of the 2020 NFL Draft. The Titans may have something to say about that because of Isaiah Wilson’s rookie “season.” Wilson played a grand total of three snaps because of injuries, illnesses, violations of team rules and personal issues. Now, reports indicate that Wilson won’t return.

    Original Write-up:

    This is a rock solid pick by the Titans. It’s also not surprising in the slightest. The Titans love to bully teams in the trenches, and that was going to be difficult with Jack Conklin gone. Wilson, who has good athleticism at his massive size, should be able to challenge Dennis Kelly for the starting right tackle spot as a rookie.

  14. Miami Dolphins: Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn – D Grade
    One-Year Grade: D- Grade

    With Byron Jones and Xavien Howard on the roster, the Noah Igbinoghene pick didn’t make much sense to me. The Dolphins should have bolstered their offensive line or pass rush instead. I’d be fine with this pick if Igbinoghene performed well during his rookie season, but he was woeful instead. This selection was very close to being re-graded as an “F.”

    Original Write-up:

    This is a bit surprising for two reasons. First, the Dolphins needed to keep building around Tua Tagovailoa, and there are some solid tackles still available. Second, Miami spent so much money on Byron Jones to go along with Xavien Howard, so why spend a major resource on a cornerback? I know the Dolphins still needed a third cornerback, but I don’t like this philosophy, especially in a division where the best quarterback is Josh Allen. Making matters worse, Noah Igbinoghene is rather raw.

  15. Minnesota Vikings: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU – A Grade
    One-Year Grade: B Grade

    The Vikings had major injury issues at cornerback throughout the 2020 campaign. This forced Jeff Gladney into the lineup earlier than Minnesota wanted, but it ended up working out in regard to Gladney’s performance. Gladney wasn’t great, but he did well despite his inexperience.

    Original Write-up:

    The Vikings just broke the Chiefs’ heart. They did very well to move down and park themselves ahead of Kansas City to pick the player the Chiefs wanted. The Vikings are getting a talented player who would’ve gone higher if it wasn’t for some off-the-field and injury issues. This pick seems like a steal, as Minnesota is filling a big need and getting a skilled player.

  16. Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU – B+ Grade
    One-Year Grade: D Grade

    Clyde Edwards-Helaire had an amazing debut. He ran right through Houston’s defense in the first game of the season. Little did we know that this was a byproduct of the Texans being so miserable. Edwards-Helaire didn’t do much the rest of the year, so we now know that the Chiefs would’ve been better off upgrading the trenches rather than wasting a first-round pick on a running back.

    Original Write-up:

    With all of the running backs falling out of the first round, I don’t know if the value was there for Clyde Edwards-Helaire. I love the fit, however. Andy Reid running backs need to be potent receivers out of the backfield, and Edwards-Helaire fits the offense so well for that reason. Running back was a big need for the Chiefs, and Edwards-Helaire will make Kansas City’s offense so much more explosive.

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