Jacob Eason NFL Draft Expert Predictions Heading Into Day 2

Jason Schandl
Jacob Eason NFL Draft stock and expert projections.
Jacob Eason NFL Draft stock and expert projections. / Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Following Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft, there's still a ton of value on the board for Day 2. One such prospect is Washington quarterback Jacob Eason, who threw for 3,132 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior in 2019.

With that in mind, let's take a look at some expert predictions for Eason's landing spot in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Jacob Eason NFL Draft Projection 2020

Bleacher Report
Matt Miller, of Bleacher Report, predicts that the Pittsburgh Steelers will draft Eason as their potential QB of the future at No. 49 overall.

Sporting News
Vinnie Iyer, of Sporting News, has Eason going off the board much later, at No. 98 to the New England Patriots.

USA Today
Luke Easterling, of USA Today's Draftwire, also has Eason going to the New England Patriots, albeit much earlier. He likes New England to take Eason with the No. 71 pick that they acquired from the Los Angeles Chargers.

CBS Sports
Chris Trapasso, of CBS Sports, does not expect Eason to be a Day 2 pick, projecting he falls out of Round 3 entirely.

Jacob Eason NFL Draft Expert Predictions 2020

Second Round:
- Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 49)

Third Round:
- New England Patriots (No. 71)
- New England Patriots (No. 98)

While one of the highlighted experts expects Eason to be a fourth-round pick or worse, the closest thing to a consensus is that the Patriots will roll the dice on the Washington QB in the third round.

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