Nba draft 2020 recap



2020 NFL draft recap: Grades, best players available, analysis and more

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The 2020 NFL draft is far from over.

There’s still another four rounds on Saturday. So our super-awesome draft preview? Save for the player rankings, most of it is moot.

But now, the analysis of the draft begins after Thursday’s first round and Friday’s next two rounds. And we’ve got lots and lots of that, including draft grades, winners and losers, a fantasy breakdown and a look at the best available players left after 32 of the best college talents were selected.

And there’s more to come, so we’ll update this after Saturday. Here’s a look at our coverage so far:

1. Our Steven Ruiz gives his grades for every first-round pick

2. And the grades for all the picks from the second and third rounds

3. The winners and losers of the first round.

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Jerry Jones’ draft room is on his $250 million super-yacht. Now that’s a super-flex.

4. The fantasy football impact from the first round of players selected.

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5. The second episode of our new NFL podcast, The Counter, has a full breakdown of the first round.


2020 NFL Draft pick order and team needs for Rounds 2 and 3

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