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Brian Martin’s 2020 NFL Draft Quarterback Rankings

Ranking the top 10 quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft.

It’s February, meaning the NFL draft season is heating up. In just a few days time (February 24-March 1) the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine kicks off and then after that it’s just Pro Days and private workouts leading up to the NFL Draft in April. Before you know it, the Dallas Cowboys and the rest of the league will have made their draft selections. My how quickly time passes.

Before we get too far ahead of ourselves though, I thought it was as good a time as any to share with you my top-10 Positional Rankings for each group. As I continued to watch film and evaluate these prospects, expect these rankings to shift and evolve leading up to Draft Day.

Today, let’s take a look at the quarterback position.

POSITIONAL RANKINGS

(Updated 3/16/2020)

Offense: QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | IOL

Defense: EDGE | IDL | LB | CB | S

PLAYER POS SCHOOL
1. Joe Burrow QB LSU
2. Justin Herbert QB Oregon
3. Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
4. Jordan Love QB Utah State
5. Jacob Eason QB Washington
6. Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma
7. Jake Fromm QB Georgia
8. Anthony Gordon QB Washington State
9. Nate Stanley QB Iowa
10. James Morgan QB Florida International

What do you think?

Brian Martin

Written by Brian Martin

Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.

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  1. I don’t agree with the Herbert and Tua ranking. Tua is by far the better QB but if ur factoring being sorta injury prone Tua is a bit. A month ago you Tua ahead of him in your top 100. And I think Jalen hurts is down a little to far on the list. Prob have him at 5 or 6. But overall pretty good list. Sad that fromm never unfolded to be the quarterback they thought he was gonna be over the last couple years.

    • I’ve been back and forth about Herbert and Tua for a while now, but this is how I finally have them ranked. Injuries are probably going to continue to be a concern with Tua, but that in fact are in too much in my rankings. I simply like Herbert’s game/skill set better.

      As far as Jalen Hurts is concerned, I don’t think he’s a starting caliber QB right now. He really needs to develop as a passer. Until then, I don’t know if he will ever be anything more than a backup.

      • Agree w Herbert being better than Tua.
        Accurate arm yes. Strong arm? No.
        People say he is mobile, totally disagree. NFL def speed will eat him.
        RT blindside isn’t favorable.
        Small size.

        Herbert just the opposite.

  2. I agree with you travis tua is way better than herbert I watched herbert a few times this year and he just never impressed me, he’s erratic and inaccurate a lot, and I would have hurts over fromm he as well just never did anything to WOW you JAG all the way around, he’d be 8th on my list behind hurts and Gordon

    • I just have more questions than answers about Tua. He was surrounded by talent at Alabama and was pretty much throwing two wide-open WRs. He probably won’t be as fortunate with any team he lands with in the NFL.

      Fromm is far more developed as a prospect then Hurts IMO. I don’t think he was ever really allowed to showcase his skill set in Georgia’s heavy run offense. I think he will be a better Pro.

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